The Old Grifter (2011)
The Replacement Child (2007)
Alter Ego: A Worldwide Documentary About Graffiti Writing (2009)
Wisdom Teeth (2010)
Coda: Thirty Years Later (2007)
Scary True Stories: Ten Haunting Tales from the Japanese Underground (1991)
Les sauf-conduits (1991)
00 - Zero Zero 3D (2008)
Babička je ráda (1978)
My Name Is Bach (2004)
Mein Name ist Bach is a 2003 Swiss film directed by Dominique de Rivaz. It was Switzerland's submission to the 77th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.
The Whiz Kids (2001)
Chonda Pierce: Stayin' Alive... Laughing! (2007)
Teacher's Pest (1939)
Nuit d'orage (2003)
By Your Side (2011)
L'Italia s'è rotta (1976)
L'Italia s'è rotta ("Italy is broken") is a 1976 Italian comedy film directed by Steno.
When Mousehood Was in Flower (1953)
Hypnotic Hick (1953)
Hypnotic Hick is the 50th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on September 26, 1953, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal International. It was Universal Pictures' first animated project released in 3D.
Eine Stunde Glück (1931)
One Hour of Happiness (German: Eine Stunde Glück) is a 1931 German drama film directed by William Dieterle and starring Dieterle, Evelyn Holt and Harald Paulsen.
It was released by the German branch of Universal Pictures.
Dossiê Jango (2013)
Jimmy Carr: Laughing and Joking (2013)
Achooo Mr. Kerrooschev (1960)
Pian delle stelle (1946)
Pour résister à la tuberculose (1918)
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."
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)
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)
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)
B Side (2005)
Short films; music videos; comedy skits; celebrity interviews.
Black Sheep (1994)
A black man teaching English in Japan tries to bridge the cultural differences between himself and his students.
The Best Defense (2014)
Best Defense is an exciting new show that teaches self defense through
knowledge, preparation and awareness for men and women alike. The show
features defense methods that involve: firearms, unarmed defensive
situations, and self-defense product reviews. Every episode includes
practical tips and techniques for self defense. The series travels the United States, visiting law
enforcement academies and military training facilities where guest hosts
and experts, including veteran law enforcement trainers and published
personal defense authors, will demonstrate life-saving techniques for
self-defense in the home, at the office, on a plane or even when lost in
Brilliant Beasts (2008)
Some animals show remarkable intelligence.
Hosted by Ereka Vetrini, "Kidspace" is a makeover show for children's rooms and play areas. Designers interview parents and kids to find out what everyone wants and needs out of the space. Often inspired by sports, movies or other interests, the series reveals ideas for music rooms, clubhouses, outdoor play areas and game rooms.
Hosted by designer and author Sandi Genovese, "Scrapbooking" features tips and project ideas for grouping and decorating photos and miscellaneous memorabilia. From travel albums to family-tree albums, the series covers everything from how to get started to advanced techniques such as pop-ups, mosaics, memory folding and quilted pages.
Rubinstein Competition 2017: First Finale (2017)
Omer Mier Wellber conducts the Israel Philharmonic Ochestra.
My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Movie Magic (2017)
The Equestria Girls are very excited to have been specially invited by A.K. Yearling to go on the set of the upcoming Daring Do movie; when an important prop goes missing, putting the movie on hold, it's up to the Equestria Girls to track it down.
President Signs Bill on Fentanyl (2018)
The president signs into law the Interdict Act, a bill that aims to stem the flow of the synthetic opioid fentanyl into the United States.
Who Is (2014)
Stories of success, tragedy and triumph of artists and athletes.
Pure Evil (2012)
Following a perverse cat-and-mouse game between a detective and a psychopathic murderer.
The Last Post (2017)
The Last Post is a British television drama series first broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC One from 1 October to 5 November 2017. It is set in the backdrop of the Aden Emergency and a unit of the Royal Military Police depicting the conflict and the relationships of the men and their families together and with the local population. In May 2018, it was reported that a second series would not be commissioned.
Bishop Senyo Bulla (2018)
Teaching and preaching the word of God.
Flat and Sexy Abs!
Cut belly fat and trim your midsection with this revolutionary machine!
Promises and Betrayals: Britain and the Struggle for the Holy Land
Recounting how British policies a century ago contributed to today's instability in the Middle East.
The Jim Rome Show (2018)
CBS Sports Network brings the jungle to TV with simulcast of "The Jim Rome Show." The show offers compelling commentary on the day's hottest topics, along with high-profile guests and signature callers weighing in on the day's biggest sports news.
SportsCar Lab (2017)
YooHoo and Friends (2011)
Five executives who worked for Nasty Corporation are turned into animals by Father Time. They have to fix all the eco-disasters they've caused in return for gems so that they may become humans again.
Sauti: Refugee Girls Speak (2018)
Five teenage girls in Uganda's Kyangwali refugee settlement consider their future as they approach adulthood.
Split Second (2005)
The Suzanne Somers Show (1994)
Beauty products, fashion accessories, food, and fitness products.
She is Nineteen (2004)
Safari Hunter's Journal (2002)
Variety of African hunts.
Million Dollar Christmas (2007)
Thirteen social workers have their lives changes tremendously after winning the lottery.
Paris 2010: The Great Flood (2007)
Officials fear that the Seine will rise 8.62 meters above normal, causing the city to flood.
Roland Garros Classics (2007)
Classic French Open matches from Roland Garros in Paris.
Supper Club with Tom Bergeron (2008)
Dinner parties with debates on green topics.
Operation Junkyard (2002)
Teams must transform trash into functional machines.
Machines of War (2000)
New machines of war that inventors and engineers have developed turn the tide to victory.