Rozhdestvo (1996)

Yun yu di liu gan (1992)

Cena medu (1987)

Hijazo de mi vidaza (1972)

Stopping the Show (1932)

Stopping the Show is a 1932 Fleischer Studios animated short, directed by Dave Fleischer. While it is not the first appearance of Betty Boop, it is the first short to be credited as "A Betty Boop Cartoon."

Bottle (2011)

Radio Parade of 1935 (1934)

One of the first screen outings for Will Hay. Hay plays the Director General of the National Broadcasting Group (NBG) who hides away in his office unaware that the general feeling about his programming is that it is too high-brow and the public are not happy. However, when he discovers this he decides to take action and promotes Jimmy, his Head of the Complaints Department, to Programme Director. Jimmy decides that a series of variety spectaculars are what the public want and sets about hiring the acts. But obstacles are put in his way and he discovers that the NBG has its own cluster of wannabe variety stars.

Zhizn Serogo Medvedya (1994)

Sea Swallow'd (2010)

Winter (2013)

Soledad al fin del mundo (2006)

The Projectionist: A Passion for Film (2012)

Makyo Gaiden Le Deus (1987)

Cretinetti troppo bello (1909)

Dead Man Walking (1988)

DEFCON: The Documentary (2013)

Suppressed Duck (1965)

Suppressed Duck is a 1965 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes theatrical cartoon starring Daffy Duck. The cartoon short is directed by Robert McKimson and written by David Detiege. It is Daffy Duck's only solo cartoon in the DePatie–Freleng series. This marks the final time Daffy appears solo, as well as the final time he says his catchphrase: "You're despicable."

Attack from the Sea (1953)

Attack from the Sea (Russian: Корабли штурмуют бастионы, translit. Korabli shturmuyut bastiony) is a 1953 Soviet historical war film directed by Mikhail Romm and starring Ivan Pereverzev, Gennadi Yudin and Vladimir Druzhnikov. The film is about the career of the Russian naval officer Fyodor Ushakov. It was made by the Moscow-based Ministry of Cinematography by the production unit Mosfilm, in Agfa-color, renamed Sovcolor by Moscow. It is the sequel to Admiral Ushakov, released the same year.

Sly Artistic City (2010)

Eiffel Tower from Trocadero Palace (1900)

Republic Steel Strike Riots Newsreel Footage (1937)

Republic Steel Strike Riot Newsreel Footage is a 1937 documentary film which tells the story of a strike at Republic Steel on Memorial Day, May 26, 1937, which escalated into a massacre in which 10 workers were murdered by Chicago police, documented by this film. The newsreel was produced by Paramount Pictures for their Paramount News series. In 1997, the film was deemed "culturally significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry. The footage contained in the newsreel was illegally banned from being shown in Chicago by the Chicago Police Department for fear of causing unrest, and later the Paramount News company agreed to refrain from screening the event elsewhere.

Pro Zverej I Lyudej (2008)

She Should Have Stayed in Bed (1963)

Hyakka zukan (1989)

Vim, Vigor and Vitaliky (1936)

Fiddle-de-dee (1947)

Bukowski (1973)

Bukowski is a 1973 documentary film directed by Taylor Hackford. It is based on a San Francisco poetry reading by Los Angeles poet Charles Bukowski.

The Volunteer (1944)

The Volunteer (1944) is a short black-and-white British film by the filmmakers Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger for the U.K. Ministry of Information. Made during World War II as recruitment propaganda for the Fleet Air Arm, volunteer numbers rose after its release. The films features actor Ralph Richardson starring in a West End production of Othello. Pat McGrath plays his dresser, who joins the Fleet Air Arm and becomes a war hero – as famous as Richardson himself. British film stars Anna Neagle and Laurence Olivier make cameo appearances, as does director Michael Powell and fellow British film director Anthony Asquith. Available as a supplement to the Criterion DVD of 49th Parallel.

Taiwan Black Movies (2005)

Villa Antropoff (2012)

Eusébio, la Pantera Negra (1973)

Shaun Majumder, Every Word Is Absolutely True (2012)

The Bashful Buzzard (1945)

The Bashful Buzzard is a 7-minute animated cartoon completed in 1944 and released on September 15, 1945. It is directed by Robert Clampett and features the character Beaky Buzzard. This is the last cartoon in which Kent Rogers performed voices, as he died in a training flight accident on July 9, 1944. It is also the last Warner Bros. cartoon that for which Sara Berner performed voice work.

Miss Drot (2010)

Going the Distance (1979)

Going the Distance is a 1979 Canadian documentary film directed by Paul Cowan about the 1978 Commonwealth Games. Produced by the National Film Board of Canada, it was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. Cowan, who had been chosen for the project on the basis of his previous sports specials, shot part of the film himself, delegating other segments to Reevan Dolgoy, Georges Dufaux, Beverly Shaffer, Pierre Letarte and Tony Westman. Cowan chose to focus on eight athletes from four continents, including four Canadians: Toronto boxer John Raftery, thirteen-year-old Winnipeg gymnast Monica Goermann, and divers Linda Cuthbert and Janet Nutter. Also featured was New Zealand weightlifter Precious McKenzie. Athletes were filmed prior to the Games as well as in competition in Edmonton. The film had its broadcast premiere on August 4, 1979 on the CTV Television Network.

Die Rückkehr der Zeitmaschine (1984)

La mujer del eternauta (2011)

Hobo with a Shotgun (2007)

A Car-Tune Portrait (1937)

A Car-Tune Portrait is a cartoon in the Color Classics series produced by Fleischer Studios. Released on June 26, 1937, the cartoon gives an imaginative take on Franz Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2.

Images from the Playground (2009)

Das Geschenk (2013)

Zagor kara korsan'in hazineleri (1971)

Last Caress (2011)

Five youngsters who just wanted to spend a nice weekend among friends in a manor will find a far less peaceful place than they expected when faced with a family curse and a sadistic ruthless killer.

The Future Forms Of Life (2012)

The Mouse of Tomorrow (1942)

Zapper's Blade of Vengeance (1974)

The Swordsman is a 1974 British film directed by Lindsay Shonteff and starring Linda Marlowe, Alan Lake and Edina Ronay. It was a sequel to the 1973 film Big Zapper and follows the adventures of a female private detective named Harriet Zapper.

La taglia è tua... l'uomo l'ammazzo io (1969)

The Reward's Yours... The Man's Mine (Italian: La taglia è tua... l'uomo l'ammazzo io, also known as El puro) is a 1969 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Edoardo Mulargia. It was shown as part of a retrospective on Spaghetti Western at the 64th Venice International Film Festival.

Relics: Einstein's Brain (1994)

Einstein's Brain is a 1994 documentary by Kevin Hull following Japanese professor Kenji Sugimoto in his search for Albert Einstein's brain. It is produced by BBC Films.

Une nuit sur le mont chauve (1933)

You Think You're the Prettiest, But You Are the Sluttiest (2010)

Tørres Snørtevold (1940)

Tørres Snørtevold is a 1940 Norwegian comedy film directed by Tancred Ibsen. It starred Alfred Maurstad, Folkman Schaanning and Anton Jessen and was based on the novel Jacob by Alexander Kielland.

Fools in the Mountains (1957)

Fjols til fjells is a Norwegian situation comedy film released in 1957. It is one of the most popular Norwegian films of all time.

Slavar (2008)

Apelsinovyy sok (2010)

Are We Still Married? (1992)

Cleopatra: The Film That Changed Hollywood (2001)

Charlie's White Elephant (1916)

The Capitalist Conspiracy (1971)

Mamonas Pra Sempre (2009)

Game of Murder (1973)

Demony (1980)

Danny (1987)

Frank Shamrock: Bound by Blood (2013)

Dog-Showoff (1948)

Hochzeit am Neusiedler See (1963)

Playboy en paro (1984)

Westinghouse Works (1904)

The Vyrotonin Decision (2000)

Fante-Anne (1920)

Fante-Anne (Gypsy Anne) is a Norwegian silent film from 1920 directed by Rasmus Breistein. The film is based on a rural story by Kristofer Janson from 1868.

Rânia (2012)

Rânia is a 2012 Brazilian drama film directed by Roberta Marques. The film premiered in the official competition of the 2012 International Film Festival Rotterdam, and was the winner of the Première Brazil - "New Paths" in the 2011 Festival do Rio.

Sankt Pauli! Rausgehen - Warmmachen - Weghauen (2008)

Junts (2000)

Carrots & Peas (1969)

Countertransference (2008)

The Portuguese Falcon (2015)

Cohen's Fire Sale (1907)

Your Life for Perón (2005)

La vida por Perón (My Life for Perón) is a 2005 Argentine film directed by Sergio Bellotti and starring Belén Blanco, Cristina Banegas, Esteban Lamothe, Luis Ziembrowski, Oscar Alegre, and Jean Pierre Reguerraz.

Tommy Tucker's Tooth (1922)

Tommy Tucker's Tooth is an animated short film by Walt Disney at his short-lived Laugh-O-Grams studio in Kansas City from 1922. The format was black and white, and without sound. The film was one of two commissioned by Kansas City Dentist Thomas B. McCrumb. It earned the Laugh-O-Gram studio $500. It extols the virtue of regular tooth brushing through the story of two boys: Tommy Tucker and Jimmie Jones. Tommy cares for his teeth, while Jimmie does not. The film ends with advice on proper tooth-brushing technique. In 1926 Disney made the follow up short Clara Cleans Her Teeth, starring Walt’s niece Marjorie Sewell Davis, after being contacted by McCromb again, who asked for a sequel.

Halford: Live At Saitama Super Arena (2011)

Pesn o geroyakh (1932)

George Jessel and His Russian Art Choir (1931)

Found Footage Festival Volume 1: Live in Brooklyn (2005)

Hei lou gu hun (1989)

Kureyon Shin-chan: Chô arashi wo yobu kinpoko no yûsha (2008)

Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called: The Hero of Kinpoko (クレヨンしんちゃん ちょー嵐を呼ぶ 金矛の勇者, Kureyon Shinchan: chou arashi wo yobu! kinpoko no yuusha) is a 2008 anime film. It is the 16th film based on the popular comedy manga and anime series Crayon Shin-chan. The film was released to theatres on April 19, 2008 in Japan. It was released in India on Hungama TV on 26 January 2013 as Shin Chan Movie: The Golden Sword. The film was produced by Shin-Ei Animation. The running time is 93 minutes. It grossed about 1.2 billion yen.

Freddy the Freshman (1932)

Freddy the Freshman is a 1932 animated short film, directed by Rudolph Ising for Harman-Ising Pictures as part of Warner Bros.' Merrie Melodies series.

Naruto: Hidden Leaf Village Grand Sports Festival (2004)

Coo Coo the Magician (1933)

Forever Not Alone (2013)

Jill Scott - Live in Paris (2008)

Preston North End v. Wolverhampton Wanderers (1904)

Trotting Match at Springfield Park, Wigan (1904)

The Girl Who Picks Flowers and the Girl Who Kills Insects (2000)

Blood Hands (1990)

Blues Divas (2005)

The Introduction of Mrs. Gibbs (1930)

A girl about to be married into high society experiences the trauma of introducing her mother, who runs a low class boarding house for bit actors, to her mother-in-law.

Our Love (1995)

Pensão Globo (1999)

Past Perfumance (1955)

Ecce Homo (1967)

The Mexican Tapes: A Chronicle of Life Outside the Law (1986)