Neuvaine (1984)

720 Degrees (2010)

March Point (2008)

Dadlionelephantbearbear (2015)

Afflicted, Inc. (2014)

Giuseppe Verdi: Messa da Requiem (2001)

The Goddess of Spring (1934)

The lovely goddess of spring, Persephone, is kidnapped by Hades, thus bringing about the winter season. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.

Jewel: Live at Humphrey's by the Bay (2002)

Cor Childe (2014)

Touch (2012)

Forget Everything You Have Ever Seen: The World of Santa Sangre (2011)

VistaVision Visits Mexico (1955)

The Chickening (2016)

Skein (1974)

The Smooth Sounds of Josh Rouse (2004)

Secret Life of Dogs (2013)

Snix (1993)

The Pogo Special Birthday Special (1969)

Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale II (2011)

All About Dogs (1942)

Mocca: Life Keeps on Turning (2011)

Bested by a Beard (1940)

Waxing Gibbous (2001)

The Adventures of Indiana Jones (2016)

Map Projections (1977)

A Cold Summer (2004)

A Cold Sumer is a 2003 Australian film. The writing of the film was highly collaborative with input from all the actors.

Bikini Summer III: South Beach Heat (1997)

William S. Burroughs: The Possessed (2015)

How do you do that Voodoo? (2015)

Bolshoi Ballet: The Flames of Paris (2018)

In the era of the French Revolution, Jeanne and her brother Jérôme leave Marseille for Paris in support of the revolutionary effort that is taking over the capital. While fighting for freedom, they both encounter love along the way.

Mirrors Facing Mirrors (2010)

Design for Dreaming (1956)

Design for Dreaming (1956) is an industrial short or sponsored film of about ten minutes' length about a woman (played by dancer and choreographer Tad Tadlock; (real name Thelma Tadlock) who dreams about a masked man (dancer and choreographer Marc Breaux) taking her to the 1956 General Motors Motorama at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel and Frigidaire's "Kitchen of the Future". The entirety of the dialogue is sung, though the actors do not move their lips to their characters' prerecorded voices. The film starts off with her in her bedroom, with the masked man suddenly appearing. He then takes her to the Motorama. After looking at several cars including Buick, Chevrolet Corvette, Oldsmobile, and Cadillacs, she is taken to the "kitchen of the future", where she bakes a cake. She then goes back to the motorama and dances the "dance of tomorrow". After looking at more cars, she and her masked man (who unmasks himself) travel on the "road of tomorrow" in the "Firebird 2" and fall in love.

On Tour (2011)

Witches Brew (2013)

Night Life of New York (1925)

Night Life of New York is a 1925 American comedy silent film directed by Allan Dwan and written by Paul Schofield and Edgar Selwyn. The film stars Rod La Rocque, Ernest Torrence, Dorothy Gish, Helen Lee Worthing, George Hackathorne and Arthur Housman. The film was released on August 3, 1925, by Paramount Pictures.

Ronny & I (2013)

Buggy Night (2014)

The Kingdom of the Two Sicilies (2020)

A Rag Doll Romance (1922)

Hopkins & Delaney LLP (2015)

Dent de Cuir: She's Bad (2014)

Mañana Psicotrópica (2015)

Portal Combat (2015)

Uncle Tom's Cabaña (1947)

Uncle Tom's Cabaña is a 1947 American animated short film directed by Tex Avery. The short is a parody of Uncle Tom's Cabin, and is Avery's second parody of the novel, the first being Uncle Tom's Bungalow in 1937 while at Warner Bros. Cartoons.

No Place To Call Home (2014)

Roast (2015)

Cherfitness: A New Attitude (1991)

Overwatch: Recall (2016)

Ahead of Time: The Extraordinary Journey of Ruth Gruber (2010)

Decomposing Tony Maslow (2009)

Dark Water Rising: Survival Stories of Hurricane Katrina Animal Rescues (2006)

Rookies Run Amok (1971)

Les Bidasses en folie is a French comedy film directed by Claude Zidi released in 1971.

Jean Genet: An Interview with Antoine Bourseiller (1981)

Hécate (1982)

Hécate is a 1982 French-Swiss drama film directed by Daniel Schmid. It is based on the novel Hecate and Her Dogs by Paul Morand. It was entered into the 33rd Berlin International Film Festival.

Rabid Rage (2009)

Vishwavijay (2016)

Totally for Teens (2009)

The Gentleman's Wager II (2015)

The Nuer (1971)

Pitbull's New Year's Revolution (2016)

Secondhand Sureshots (2008)

Zori (2013)

Land of the Anaconda (1998)

We Keep On Dancing (2013)

Halloween H20: Blood Is Thicker Than Water - The Making of Halloween H20 (2013)

The Unnaturals (1969)

The Unnaturals (Italian: Contronatura, German: Schreie in der Nacht) is an Italian-West German gothic horror film directed and written by Antonio Margheriti. It is loosely based on Dino Buzzati's short story "Eppure bussano alla porta" from the collection The Seven Messengers.

Nostradamus: 2012 (2009)

Gun Caliber (2015)

Open your mind to a horrifying world of cat and mouse as five women and one injured man find terror beyond their wildest nightmares. Marooned on a deserted planet, and picked up by an old derelict spaceship, six unwitting travelers find themselves enslaved in a torture filled blood lust that will take you on a white knuckle ride into hell. Feel the terror, and ride along if you dare as they slowly fall victim to the horrific appetite of a deranged killer sporting an insane blood lust unmatched in an unforgiving universe.

Re: Awakenings (2013)

Engineering Ancient Egypt (2007)

Why You Do This (2010)

Can I Call You (2006)

La Funcionaria Asesina (2009)

A Night at the Movies: The Suspenseful World of Thrillers (2009)

Candid Candid Camera Volume 4 (1985)

Dead Space: Chase to Death (2013)

Drunker Than a Skunk (2013)

Hardwood Process (1996)

Sex, Drugs & Religion (2010)

By the Wayside (2012)

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Computers... But Were Afraid to Ask (1984)

John Wood stars as a wry and humorous computer expert who shows viewers how to (and how not to) bring a personal computer into the home. Wood's advice and instruction are interwoven with the story of a family that decides to purchase a PC.

Shoot Don't Shoot (2012)

Slaughterhouse: House of Whores 2.5 (2017)

Anybody's Woman (1981)

Death of the Sheik (2017)

Dear Old Switzerland (1944)

Let the Punishment Fit the Child (1997)

The First Vision (1976)

Last Getaway (2007)

Soar (2014)

Metropolitan Avenue (1986)

Uploaded: The Asian American Movement (2012)

Sock-a-Bye Baby (1942)

Sock-a-Bye Baby is the 66th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1942 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Stukas (1941)

Stukas is a 1941 Nazi propaganda film, directed by Karl Ritter and starring Carl Raddatz, which follows three squadrons of Luftwaffe dive-bomber (Stuka) flyers.

Best Friends Genetically Modified (2016)

Reviviendo El Amor (2005)

Drip-Along Daffy (1951)

Drip-Along Daffy is a Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies theatrical cartoon short released in 1951 and later re-released in 1959 as a Blue Ribbon, directed by Chuck Jones and written by Michael Maltese. This cartoon was produced as a parody of the Westerns widely popular at the time of its release, and features Daffy Duck as a "Western-Type Hero", who, with his trusty "Comedy Relief" (Porky Pig) hopes to clean up a violence-filled "one-horse town". In a tongue-in-cheek nod to The Lone Ranger, Daffy's horse is named "Tinfoil". The cartoon includes an original song (sung by Porky) "The Flower of Gower Gulch", a parody of sentimental cowboy-style love songs, Gower Gulch being an intersection in Hollywood known as a gathering spot for would-be actors in early Westerns. Drip-Along Daffy marks the first appearance of the villain character Nasty Canasta (voiced by Mel Blanc), a Mexican rogue who would resurface in several later Jones cartoons, as well as an episode of The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries, the movie Looney Tunes: Back in Action in 2003, and occasionally on the Duck Dodgers series.

Lindsey Stirling: Beyond the Veil (2014)

Three Loves in Rio (1959)

Three Loves in Rio (Portuguese: Meus Amores no Rio, Spanish: Mis amores en Río) is a 1959 Brazilian-Argentine drama film directed by Carlos Hugo Christensen. It was entered into the 9th Berlin International Film Festival.

Revolution in a Bachelors' Club (1911)