Cruel Killer (1971)
Quand tu disais, Valéry (1976)
The Making of 'The Nightmare Before Christmas' (1993)
How the Cossacks Bought Salt (1975)
The History Of Grand Theft Auto (2013)
Roy Chubby Brown: Saturday Night Beaver (1996)
Paula Poundstone: Look What The Cat Dragged In (2006)
So You Want To Be In Pictures (1947)
So You Want to Be in Pictures is a 1947 one-reel short film in the Joe McDoakes series. It is written and directed by Richard L. Bare.
Everybody's an Actor, Shakespeare Said (1968)
Os Sete Gatinhos (1980)
I don't know what your eyes have done to me (2003)
Uma Pulga na Balança (1953)
A Flea on the Scales (Portuguese: Uma Pulga na Balança) is a 1953 Brazilian comedy film directed by Luciano Salce and starring Waldemar Wey, Gilda Nery and Geraldo José de Almeida.
Jordi Dauder, la revolució pendent (2012)
Females Is Fickle (1940)
See A Little Light: A Celebration of the Music and Legacy of Bob Mould (2012)
Destruction, Inc. (1942)
Destruction Inc. (1942) is the 13th of 17 animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character of Superman. It was released on Christmas Day 1942.
The Life of an American Policeman (1905)
Brooklyn Dodgers: The Ghosts of Flatbush (2007)
Brooklyn Dodgers: Ghosts of Flatbush is a 2007 documentary film produced by HBO sports chronicling the last ten years of the Brooklyn Dodgers tenure in the borough of churches. The film documents how in 1947 Jackie Robinson broke the baseball racial barrier in previously segregated major league, the struggles to win what seemed an unreachable World Series title in 1955, and the issues and community feelings involved in the team's sudden departure to Los Angeles after the 1957 campaign. The documentary focuses on the Brooklyn community's identification with the ball club, and with the perennial "wait until next year" attitude of both players and fans associated with the Dodgers' repeated inability to defeat the "upper class" New York Yankees for the World Series title, despite winning several pennants. The Brooklyn players, many of whom lived within and held off-season jobs in the community, were identified with the working-class people. The film portrays the countless agonies, defeats, prayers and tension leading finally to the World Series title in 1955. President and general manager Branch Rickey is attributed with the development of the club through his baseball acumen and experience, and several of his innovations, such as the farm system, pitching machines, batting cages, and his decision to integrate the team. Rickey manages some Brooklyn players' resistance to integration and prepares Jackie Robinson for the portrayed shocking reactions from other teams and fans. Jackie's wife Rachel Robinson also discusses these trying times from the Robinsons' point of view. Robinson must pass through a period of isolation prior to being accepted. Walter O'Malley gains majority ownership of the team and then, following Rickey's departure, total control. With the mass movement of paying fans to the suburbs, inadequate parking and the outdated and dilapidated Ebbets Field leads to O'Malley's failed attempts to convince the power broker Robert Moses, New York City Construction Coordinator, to condemn an O'Malley's chosen Brooklyn property, nearer to transportation infrastructure, for the purpose of building a new geodesic domed stadium. Moses planned to build a stadium at an alternative location in Queens, that eventually came to fruition in the form of Shea Stadium. The failure to reach an agreement, and offers from the municipality of Los Angeles, leads to New York's loss not only of the Dodgers. O'Malley convinces majority owner, Horace Stoneham of their perennial rival New York Giants, to also move to the west coast. The film records several of Brooklyn's old fans demonizing O'Malley, whose decision to move the team gains him a free grant of 350 acres within the city of Los Angeles, where he finally builds his dream stadium & prospers. Former players, front office personnel and Brooklyn residents (including Larry King and Louis Gossett Jr.) provide commentary on the times and what it was like to be alive in the borough during New York's "Golden Age" of baseball. The film was dedicated to former Dodgers pitcher Clem Labine, who died shortly after production of the film was completed.
A Visit to Stan Brakhage (1966)
Sundhara Travels (2002)
Sooriya Nagaram (2012)
Manampole Mangalyam (1953)
Dream of San Juan (2013)
The Hound of the Baskervilles (1937)
The Hound of the Baskervilles (German:Der Hund von Baskerville ) is a 1937 German mystery film directed by Carl Lamac and starring Bruno Güttner, Fritz Odemar and Peter Voß. It is an adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes's story The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle.
Picturesque India or, In and About Calcutta (1913)
Death of a Neapolitan Mathematician (1992)
Death of a Neapolitan Mathematician (Italian: Morte di un matematico napoletano) is a 1992 Italian drama film, written and directed by Mario Martone.
The film earned nine awards and was nominated for two, with director and writer Mario Martone winning seven awards.
The Deserted Inn (2008)
Chiedimi se sono felice (2000)
Chiedimi se sono felice is a 2000 Italian comedy film directed by Aldo, Giovanni & Giacomo.
The Wiggles - Big, Big Show! (2009)
Chicago: Live by Request (2002)
Tim Vine: So I Said to This Bloke... (2008)
L'Odyssée de la vie (2006)
The Second Tragic Fantozzi (1976)
Il secondo tragico Fantozzi (The Second Tragic Fantozzi) is an Italian comedy film released in 1976. It is the second film in the saga of the unlucky clerk Ugo Fantozzi, played by its creator, Paolo Villaggio.
Disney Sing-Along-Songs: The Lion King - Circle of Life (1994)
The Hatter's Ghost (1982)
The Hatter's Ghost (French: "Les fantômes du chapelier") is a 1982 film directed by Claude Chabrol. It is based on the 1947 story Le Petit Tailleur et le Chapelier by Georges Simenon. The film takes place in Brittany and was shot in the towns of Concarneau and Quimper.
Mädchenjagd in St. Pauli (1966)
B-Movie: The Shooting of 'Farmhouse Massacre' (2002)
Flying Kiss (2014)
Man and His World (1966)
Slave Contract (1982)
Christmas Snows, Christmas Winds (1978)
Scout's Honor: The Mel Didier Story (2014)
Ja wam pokażę! (2006)
Love American Skin (2013)
Burning of the Red Lotus Monastery (1982)
Holding His Own (1928)
Neil Hamburger: Western Music and Variety (2009)
El grillo (2014)
Gifts from the Air (1937)
Electric Holiday (2012)
Cat Listening to Music (1988)
Song 6 (1964)
Brutus' Heart (2011)
The Art of the Game (2014)
My Favorite Broadway: The Leading Ladies (1999)
Bonsai Masterclass - Maple Bonsai (2014)
The Wildhearts - Live At Scarborough Castle (2006)
Heroes of World Class (2006)
Konrad & Kurfurst (2014)
Hititya Madalyonun Sırrı (2013)
Any Bonds Today? (1942)
"Any Bonds Today?" is a song written by Irving Berlin, featured in a 1942 animated propaganda film starring Bugs Bunny. Both were used to sell war bonds during World War II.
Alma de Acero (1957)
Boston Beanie (1947)
They are Lost to Vision Altogether (1989)
Bukit Orang Salah (2013)
RPG OKC (2013)
Shiroi Chibusa no Senritsu (1970)
Com Cuspe e com Jeito Se Bota no Cu do Sujeito (1997)
Domingo Corrales (1988)
There We Are John... (1993)
Eine Kirche der Angst vor dem Fremden in mir (2009)
The Baltic Love (1992)
Terra Lliure, punt final (2007)
Shattered Illusions (1998)
A psychotic fan stalks a radio personality and her mentally impaired sister.
Happy Birthday, Gemini (1980)
Friends from Harvard drop in on the effeminate son (Alan Rosenberg) of a working-class Philadelphian (Robert Viharo).
Music from the Big House (2010)
Singer Rita Chiarelli performs for inmates at a Louisiana prison.
The Cowboy and the Kid (1936)
A cowboy's life is forever changed when he raises an orphaned boy.
Cowboy Cavalier (1948)
A musical cowboy and his sidekick help the female owner of a stagecoach line.
Dancing Mothers (1926)
Neglected by her philandering husband and her busy daughter (Clara Bow), a woman (Alice Joyce) makes a play for the man both she and her daughter love.
Filmmakers document the construction, operation and dismantling of a massive refugee camp at a border checkpoint in Tunisia.
Raiders of the South (1947)
A federal agent (Johnny Mack Brown) rounds up outlaws in the Southwest.
Wendigo: Bound by Blood (2010)
Deep in the woods of Pennsylvania, a small town sheriff and a traveling physician investigate a string of brutal murders while dodging hit men and two mysterious people protected by federal agents.
Robo Vampire (1988)
An agent is brought back from the dead as an android.