Don't Push the River (2001)

Lenexa, 1 Mile (2006)

Minna von Barnhelm oder Das Soldatenglück (1962)

Donga (1985)

Donga is a 1985 Telugu action film, produced by T. Trivikram Rao and directed by A. Kodandarami Reddy. It stars Chiranjeevi and Radha in the lead roles, with music composed by Chakravarthy.

Bankett für Achilles (1975)

Shut Up When You Speak! (1981)

Computer Hearts (2014)

Computer Hearts is a 2015 Canadian short film that was directed by Turner Stewart and Dionne Copland. The film premiered on July 12, 2015 at the CinemaFantastique Film Festival in Vancouver, British Columbia, where it won the Audience Choice Award.

If You Love (2010)

La ragazza fuoristrada (1973)

Now is the Time (1951)

Alice's Balloon Race (1926)

Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown (1985)

Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown is the 28th prime-time animated TV specials based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. It was originally aired on the CBS network on March 20, 1985.

Egy bolond százat csinál (1942)

Narok (2005)

Katsastus (1988)

Pikkupojat (1986)

The Young Dragons (1974)

Cencoroll (2009)

Cencoroll is a 2009 Japanese anime science fiction film nearly singlehandedly written, designed, directed, and animated by manga author Atsuya Uki. Produced by Anime Innovation Tokyo and Aniplex, the film had its world premiere at Canada's Fantasia International Film Festival on July 28, 2009. The film made its Japanese debut on August 22, 2009 in Tokyo and Osaka. Cencoroll made its debut in the United States at the New York Anime Festival on September 25, 2009. A sequel, Cencoroll 2, was released on June 29, 2019, in a dual-screening featuring the first film as Cencoroll Connect. Another sequel titled Cencoroll 3 has been green-lit for production.

Princess Chang-Ping (1976)

The Plight of Clownana (2004)

Kidnapping Caitlynn (2009)

Kidnapping Caitlynn is a 2009 short film that was released on the internet on 6 April 2009 although it premiered at the Vail Film Festival 2009 on April 4. It is Jenny Mollen's debut screenplay for a short film. It was produced by Dead Serious Films. It stars Julie Benz, Jenny Mollen, Jason Biggs, Rhys Coiro and Mario E. Garcia.

Sleeping Bride (2000)

Sleeping Bride is a Japanese 2000 tragic-romance film directed by Hideo Nakata, based on a comic by Osamu Tezuka. It is probably best known to Western audiences for its inclusion in a Tartan Asia Extreme DVD release of the Ring trilogy, which included it as a fourth Nakata feature unrelated to the Ring series. It was released on January 29, 2000.

Dream Doll (1979)

Here's Nudnik (1965)

Pastoral Life (1984)

Hornblower: Mutiny (2001)

Mutiny is the fifth episode of the British film series Hornblower. It was released on 24 March 2002, nearly three years after the first four films. It is based on the book Lieutenant Hornblower by C.S. Forester.

The Test-tube Adult and Simo's Angels (1979)

Koeputkiaikuinen ja Simon enkelit is a 1979 comedy directed, written and starring Spede Pasanen, along with the typical comic-cast of Simo Salminen, Vesa-Matti Loiri, Tapio Hämäläinen and Olavi Ahonen.

Uuno Turhapuro armeijan leivissä (1984)

Uuno Turhapuro armeijan leivissä is a 1984 Finnish comedy and the ninth film in the Uuno Turhapuro film series starring Vesa-Matti Loiri as the title character, Spede Pasanen as the potty-mouthed mechanic Härski Hartikainen, and Simo Salminen as their constant companion Sörsselssön. It is to date the highest-grossing Finnish comedy and not too surprisingly the most well known in the Turhapuro series. It remains Finland's most seen domestic film made since 1968, however the official statistics by the Finnish Film Foundation began in 1972, so all figures before that are estimates. Thus this film is the most seen domestic film in the years with official statistical records, and 7th in the Top 20 of all time.

Kogel-mogel (1988)

Pilkarski poker (1989)

Nightingales in December (2012)

The Broken Altar (2013)

Different Strokes (1998)

Different Strokes (also titled Different Strokes: The Story of Jack and Jill...and Jill) is a 1998 erotic drama film about a love triangle involving a young couple and another woman. Written and directed by Michael Paul Girard, the film stars Dana Plato, Landon Hall, and Bentley Mitchum. The film's title exploits Plato's fame from the TV series, Diff'rent Strokes. It was Plato's first film appearance since 1992, and would be her second to last film before her death in 1999. Nathan Rabin gave the film a harsh review, stating "The shamelessly titled Different Strokes (...) lacks anything resembling even community-theater-level acting", concluding the film "is notable mainly for its aggressive lack of shame. From its title to its threadbare plot to its community-access-level production values, the film reeks of crass exploitation."

Shake, Rattle & Roll V (1994)

Shake, Rattle & Roll V is the fifth installment of the Shake Rattle & Roll franchise. It was distributed by Regal Films. It is directed by Manny Castañeda, Don Escudero & Jose Javier Reyes. This film is an entry of the 1994 Metro Manila Film Festival.

Sesame Street: The Best of Elmo (1994)

The Best of Elmo is a 1994 Sesame Street video originally released on VHS as part of the "My Sesame Street Home Video" series, the 16th and final title of the My Sesame Street Home Video series. Eight great Elmo tunes.

Dragon Knight (1991)

The Miracles of Jesus (1991)

Merlin and the Dragons (1991)

Merlin and the Dragons is a 1991 animated film adapted from a story by Jane Yolen and illustrations by Alan Lee. It was directed by Dennis Woodyard and Hu Yihong and includes a musical score by composer Michel Rubini. The production is a retelling of the Arthurian legend, with Merlin the magician, based on material from Nennius and Geoffrey of Monmouth. Yolen is a prolific author of Arthurian-themed texts, and this production continues her series of retellings of the Merlin story. The film is narrated and voiced by Kevin Kline and was originally broadcast as an episode of the PBS program Long Ago and Far Away . It has also been released to VHS, DVD, and CD by Lightyear Entertainment as part of the "Stories to Remember" series; the CD includes the narration only and adds illustrations by Iain McCraig.

Hunting Express (1988)

Kidsongs: A Day with the Animals (1986)

Thundering Ninja (1987)

Happy New Year, Charlie Brown (1986)

Happy New Year, Charlie Brown! is the 30th prime-time animated TV special based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. It aired on the CBS network on January 1, 1986.

The Ernest Film Festival (1986)

Hackers: Wizards of the Electronic Age (1984)

Hackers: Wizards of the Electronic Age is a 1985 TV documentary about the hacker community. The film includes footage of a hacker conference, and interviews with some of the programmers that created the personal computer revolution, including Bill Atkinson, Bill Budge, Doug Carlston, John Draper, Andrew Fluegelman, Lee Felsenstein, Richard Greenblatt, Andy Hertzfeld, David Hughes, Susan Kare, Richard Stallman, Bob Wallace, Robert Woodhead, Steve Wozniak, and others. All interviews in this documentary were shot over a long weekend at a 1984 hacker conference by the Whole Earth Catalog editors Stewart Brand and Kevin Kelly in Sausalito, California. The event itself (the hacker conference) was inspired by Steven Levy's book Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution.

Rolf (1984)


Rebellious Reign (1980)

Secrets of a French Maid (1980)

The Sand Castle (1962)

The Sand Castle is a 1977 stop motion animated short by Co Hoedeman. Winner of the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 50th Academy Awards, the film was produced by Gaston Sarault for the National Film Board of Canada. The film was created with sand animation and sand-covered foam rubber puppets. Including its Oscar, the film received over 20 awards in Canada and internationally.

Carambola's Philosophy: In the Right Pocket (1975)

Carambola's Philosophy: In the Right Pocket (Italian: Carambola, filotto... tutti in buca, also known as The Crazy Adventures of Len and Coby and Trinity and Carambola) is a 1975 Italian comedic Spaghetti Western film co-written and directed by Ferdinando Baldi and starring starring the duo Michael Coby and Paul L. Smith. It is the sequel of Carambola!.

Montana Trap (1976)

Seven Savage Men (1975)

They Still Call Me Amen (1973)

The Mediterranean In Flames (1970)

The Return of Halleluja (1972)

Return of Halleluja (Italian: Il West ti va stretto, amico... è arrivato Alleluja, also known as The West Is Very Close, Amigo) is a 1972 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Giuliano Carnimeo and starring George Hilton. It is the sequel of They Call Me Hallelujah.

And They Smelled the Strange, Exciting, Dangerous Scent of Dollars (1973)

God in Heaven... Arizona on Earth (1972)

God in Heaven... Arizona on Earth (Spanish: Una bala marcada) is a 1972 Spanish western film directed by Juan Bosch and starred by Peter Lee Lawrence, Frank Braña, Maria Pia Conte and Roberto Camardiel.

Day of Judgment (1971)

Drummer of Vengeance (Italian: Il giorno del giudizio, also known as Day of Judgment, Doomsday and An Eye for an Eye) is a 1971 Italian Spaghetti Western film written and directed by Mario Gariazzo and starring Ty Hardin, Rossano Brazzi and Craig Hill.

A Stranger in Paso Bravo (1968)

A Stranger in Paso Bravo (Italian: Uno straniero a Paso Bravo, Spanish: Los pistoleros de Paso Bravo, also known as Paso Bravo) is a 1968 Italian-Spanish Spaghetti Western film directed by Salvatore Rosso. It was the first and only film directed by Rosso, who had previously been assistant of a number of directors, notably Pietro Germi. The film was remade in 1969 by Antonio Margheriti as And God Said to Cain; despite being the same story and having the main characters sharing the same names, the two films list different screenwriters. The film underperformed at the Italian box office, grossing only 34 millions lire.

Fuller Report, Base Stockholm (1968)

The Fuller Report (Italian: Rapporto Fuller, base Stoccolma, French: Trahison à Stockholm) is a 1968 Italian-French Eurospy film directed by Sergio Grieco and starring Ken Clark and Beba Loncar. The theme song "Touch of Kiss" is performed by Lara Saint Paul.

Kill or Be Killed (1966)

Kill or Be Killed (Italian: Uccidi o muori, also known as Ringo Against Johnny Colt and Kill or Die) is a 1966 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Tanio Boccia.

El Cisco (1966)

Three Sergeants of Bengal (1964)

Adventures of the Bengal Lancers (Italian: I tre sergenti del Bengala, Spanish: Tres sargentos bengalíes, also known as Three Sergeants of Fort Bengal) is a 1964 Italian-Spanish adventure film directed by Umberto Lenzi (here credited as Humphrey Humbert) and starring Richard Harrison and Dakar.

My Tale Is Hot (1964)

My Tale Is Hot is a 1964 Sonney Amusement Enterprises comedy/fantasy erotic film. The cast includes Jack Little, Max Gardens (billed as Manny Goodtimes), Bea Reddy, Ima Ghoul, Sue Pagano, and Robyn Hilton. Directed by Peter Perry and Dan Sonney (billed as Seymour Tokus), the movie was also produced and written by Sonney (as Tokus). Included is a four-minute clip of an exotic dance routine, from archive footage, showcasing legendary stripper Candy Barr (ca. 1956), which gives this comedy production of the "nudie-cutie" genre its main distinction.

Recreation (1956)

The Victorian Cross (1912)

Übriggebliebene ausgereifte Haltungen (2008)

Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny (2007)

Confessions From the Grassy Knoll: The Shocking Truth (2013)

Silent Exodus (2004)

Silence of the Sea (2003)

The Covenant: The Story of My People (2008)

A Five Minute Walk (2001)

Only Once (1998)

Diary of a Spider (2006)

Return to Ravenswood (2006)

Two Skeletons (2013)

Sultry Assassin: The Aphrodisiac Kill (2010)

The Children from Blue Lake Mountain (1980)

Morgan Pålsson - Världsreporter (2008)

Selma & Johanna: En roadmovie (1997)

Laughing Matters... Next Gen (2009)

Twin Spirits: Sting performs Schumann (2009)

Central Park: The People's Place (2017)

Central Park: The People's Place explores the historic creation of New York's collective backyard as the first truly public park, its psychological and sociological significance, artistic design, and role as an urban oasis.

Fly in a Bottle (2011)

The Cunning Little Vixen (2008)

Chanel Chanel (1988)

Depeche Mode: The Dark Progression (2009)

The Taste of the Soul (2010)

Tzur Hadassim (1999)

Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! (2009)

Bigfoot Is Real!: Sasquatch to the Abominable Snowman (2010)

Die Tranen Meiner Mutter (2008)

Nachtspuren (2009)

The Deep (2010)

Jacob Tingleff: Pyt med skjorten (2006)

The Feminist: a Swedish Inspiration (2018)

National Theatre Live: One Man, Two Guvnors (2011)

De mémoires d'ouvriers (2012)

D'un film à l'autre (2011)