Final Score (2007)
Final Score is a 2007 Thai documentary film directed by Soraya Nagasuwan and produced by Jira Maligool. The film follows four Mattayom 6 students for one year as they take their university entrance exams.
Attenborough and the Sea Dragon (2018)
Sweden Dying to Be Multicultural (2017)
Red Dragonflies (2011)
Spin Kick (2004)
Hello Quo (2012)
Frankenstein Reborn! (1998)
Bridget Christie: Stand Up for Her (2016)
Ueru tamashii (1956)
Le cercle des petits philosophes (2019)
The Troops get Married (1968)
The Gendarme Gets Married (French: Le gendarme se marie) is the continuation of the gendarme series, starring again Louis de Funès and one more time Geneviève Grad as his daughter. This comedy film succeeds Gendarme in New York and is followed by three further instalments.
Zhi yao wei ni huo yi tian (1993)
The Sun Beaten Path (2011)
The Sun-Beaten Path is an award-winning film by Tibetan director Sonthar Gyal, released in 2011.
Ice Bar (2006)
Men Without Law (1930)
Men Without Law is a 1930 American Western film directed by Louis King and starring Buck Jones, Carmelita Geraghty, Thomas Carr, Lydia Knott, and Harry Woods. The film was released by Columbia Pictures on October 15, 1930.
Men and Dust (1940)
Krvavá pani (1980)
Sheep Wrecked (1958)
The 100 Year March: A Philosopher in Poland (2018)
Spike's Reindeer Rescue (2012)
L'estate sta finendo (2013)
La prima volta (1999)
Trujillo: El poder del jefe III (1996)
Rest in Pieces (1987)
Desert Mesa (1935)
Jobless cowpuncher Jim Kirk rides into Cottonwood, Arizona looking for the man who swindled his father.
Bozuk düzen (1966)
Crosstalk is a 1982 science fiction thriller film made in Australia and produced by the New South Wales Film Corporation.
The Heavenly Bodies (1973)
Poompuhar is a Tamil epic film directed by P. Neelakantan based on one of The Five Great Epics of Tamil Literature Silapadhigaaram in 1964. This is the second movie produced based on Silapadhigaaram epic after the first movie Kannagi in 1942.
Tiger 3: Untitled Tiger Zinda Hai Sequel (2021)
Captain Dabac (1959)
Cuando quiere un mexicano (1944)
De son Appartement (2007)
Numéro zéro (1980)
La langosta azul (1954)
The Mystery of Sleep (2010)
The Big Vision: The Grandeur Process (2008)
Rokkasho Rhapsody (2006)
Rokkasho Rhapsody is a Japanese documentary directed by Hitomi Kamanaka and released in 2006. It is the second in Kamanaka's trilogy of films on the problems of nuclear power and radiation, preceded by Hibakusha at the End of the World and followed by Ashes to Honey.
Sticky Carpet (2006)
Sticky Carpet is Melbourne's alternative Rockumentary of 2006, a community driven documentary film by Mark Butcher, co-produced by Glenn Waterworth and Pip Stafford.
A Journey to the Center of the Earth (1977)
A Journey To The Center Of The Earth is a 1977 Australian animated film originally based on the novel A journey to the center of the Earth by Jules Verne. It was directed by Richard Slapczynski from a screenplay by John Palmer and produced by Walter J. Hucker.
The Girl Who Talked to Dolphins (2014)
Totò Story (1968)
Nepravdepodobná romance (2013)
Asian Tsunami: The Deadliest Wave (2014)
Journal d'une femme en blanc (1965)
A Woman in White (French: Le Journal d'une femme en blanc) is a 1965 French-Italian drama film directed by Claude Autant-Lara and starring Marie-José Nat, Jean Valmont and Claude Gensac. It was written by Jean Aurenche and André Soubiran.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Max Douy.
Visage pâle (1985)
Jean Vanier, le sacrement de la tendresse (2019)
Amazing Masters Of Martial Arts (1985)
Lasse Rimmer: Nævenyttig (2012)
Zirkus Nemo - Nu med neon (2003)
Shanghai Belle (2011)
SHANGHAI BELLE portrays Xin, a beautiful and quiet Chinese girl, propelled from the slums of Shanghaï to the glittering world of Paris, discovering the wild and carefree lifestyle of a photographic model. Her life is a whirlwind of drugs, money, sex and love. Paris, the famous “City of Light,” is also a giant meat market, producing and discarding young hopefuls at a terrifying speed.
Les photos d'Alix (1980)
Finalmente la felicità (2011)
Finally the Happiness (Finalmente la felicità) is a 2011 film directed by and starring Leonardo Pieraccioni.
Love Is Eternal While It Lasts (2004)
Love Is Eternal While It Lasts (Italian: L'amore è eterno finché dura, also known as Love Is Eternal, as Long as It Lasts) is a 2004 Italian romantic comedy film written, directed and starred by Carlo Verdone. For her performance Laura Morante won the Nastro d'Argento for best actress.
Tales of Kish (1999)
Tales of Kish is a 1999 Iranian drama anthology film. It was entered into the 1999 Cannes Film Festival.
The Singing City (2011)
The Girl, Glory (1917)
Der Trinker (1995)
Christ in Bronze (1955)
Christ in Bronze is a 1955 black-and-white Japanese film directed by Minoru Shibuya. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.
Tadeo Jones and the Basement of Doom (2007)
Slick Hare (1947)
In a slick New York club for the rich and famous, Mr Humphrey Bogart orders rabbit. Waiter Elmer Fudd is at a loss where he'll get fresh rabbit at that time of night until he finds Bugs Bunny feasting on carrots. With time running out, Fudd tries to get Bugs into the pot.
Neck 'n' Neck (1928)
Enchanted Isles (1965)
Angelas krig (1984)
Nazis and Blondes (2008)
A domani (1999)
La reina mora (1937)
The Moorish Queen is a 1937 Spanish musical film directed by Eusebio Fernández Ardavín and starring María Arias, Raquel Rodrigo and Alejandrina Caro.
Kutob is a 2005 Filipino suspense horror film directed by Jose Javier Reyes; the title translates into "foreboding" in English. The film was a box office success in the Philippines, with both Reyes and Agustin also winning the Best Director and Best Actor awards respectively at the 2005 Metro Manila Film Festival; the film itself came third at the festival. The film contains elements of horror and the supernatural without being overtly of those genres, drawing comparisons in places to two US films; namely, Psycho and Carrie.
Bahay ng lagim (2013)
La Casa del Terror is a Mexican Monster movie starring Lon Chaney Jr. and Mexican comedian Tin Tan. The film involves Casimiro (Tin-Tan), a night watchman in a Wax Museum, whose boss, Professor Sebastian, has been secretly draining his blood to use in his experiments in raising the dead. A mummy who is stolen from an Egyptian sarcophagus is revived to life, and becomes a werewolf when moonlight hits him.
Das Musikhotel am Wolfgangsee (2008)
A Boy and His Atom: The World's Smallest Movie (2013)
A Boy and His Atom is a 2013 stop-motion animated short film released on YouTube by IBM Research. The movie tells the story of a boy and a wayward atom who meet and become friends. It depicts a boy playing with an atom that takes various forms. One minute in length, it was made by moving carbon monoxide molecules with a scanning tunneling microscope, a device that magnifies them 100 million times. These two-atom molecules were moved to create images, which were then saved as individual frames to make the film. The movie has been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Smallest Stop-Motion Film.
Zolotaya antilopa (1954)
Bébé apache (1910)
Les agents tels qu'on nous les présente (1908)
Woody the Free-Loader (1968)
Woody's Knightmare (1969)
For the Love of Pizza (1972)
The March (1964)
The March, also known as The March to Washington, is a 1964 documentary film by James Blue about the 1963 civil rights March on Washington. It was made for the Motion Picture Service unit of the United States Information Agency for use outside the United States – the 1948 Smith-Mundt Act prevented USIA films from being shown domestically without a special act of Congress. In 1990 Congress authorized these films to be shown in the U.S. twelve years after their initial release.
In 2008, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
Opasnyy povorot (1972)
Auk nr 8 (2014)
Thor, Lord of the Jungles (1913)
Grandma's Pet (1932)
Grandma's Pet is an animated short film by Walter Lantz Productions and as part of the Oswald the Lucky Rabbit series. It is the 53rd Lantz Oswald and the 106th overall.
A Miner's Luck (1911)
A Miner's Luck is a 1911 Australian silent film.
O Desejado (1988)
O Desejado is a 1987 Portuguese-French drama film written and directed by Paulo Rocha and starring Luís Miguel Cintra.
The Last Gasp (1995)
Life with Feathers (1945)
Life with Feathers is a 1945 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Friz Freleng. The short marks the theatrical debut of Sylvester the Cat.
Distress Call (2015)
Nino (Une Adolescence Imaginaire De Nino Ferrer) (2012)
Star Wreck: Lost Contact (1997)
Bride of the Nile (1911)
In the Days of Nero (1911)
Building the Great Pyramid (2002)
Pyramid aka Building the Great Pyramid is a 2002 BBC Television documentary film which tells the story of the building of the Great Pyramid at Giza through the commentary of the fictional builder, Nakht.
Passing the Meridian (1967)
Holiday for Drumsticks (1949)