I, Tintin (1976)

I, Tintin (French: Moi, Tintin ) is a Franco-Belgian film which premiered in the Paris cinema as a feature presentation in 1975. Made in semidocumentary style and mixing interviews with The Adventures of Tintin creator Hergé with real historical events and news stories edited together with animated Adventures of Tintin clips, narrated by Belgian news correspondent, Gérard Valet. The film was produced by Belvision Studios and Pierre Films in cooperation with the Franco-Belgian Ministry of Culture (Ministère de la Culture Française de Belgique).

Das Lied einer Nacht (1932)

The Song of Night (German: Das Lied einer Nacht) is a 1932 German musical comedy film directed by Anatole Litvak and starring Jan Kiepura, Magda Schneider and Fritz Schulz. It was made at the Babelsberg Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by Werner Schlichting. A separate English-language version Tell Me Tonight was made, also directed by Litvak.

Charlotte: A Royal at War (2008)

Who Invented the Yo-Yo? Who Invented the Moon Buggy? (1982)

Meloetta's Moonlight Serenade (2012)

The Midget Crane (2009)

The General's Mustache (1968)

Hissy Fits (2005)

Breath of Fresh Air (2008)

Botch: 061502 (2006)

Vicky Pattison's 7 Day Slim (2013)

I Hear Your Scream (2008)

Béjart Ballet Lausanne au Palais Garnier (2011)

Brit Floyd - The Pink Floyd Tribute Show - Live From Liverpool (2011)

Cracked Ice (1938)

Cracked Ice is a 1938 Merrie Melodies cartoon.

The Fourth Dimension (1936)

Konga Yo (1962)

Konga Yo is a 1962 French adventure film directed by Yves Allégret. It was entered into the 1962 Cannes Film Festival.

The Sagebrush Troubadour (1935)

The Sagebrush Troubadour is a 1935 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Gene Autry, Barbara Pepper, and Smiley Burnette. Written by Oliver Drake and Joseph F. Poland, the film is about two Texas Rangers traveling undercover as western troubadours in search of the killer of an old, half-blind man.

Bully Beef (1930)

Bloodsucking Cinema (2007)

Bloodsucking Cinema is a 2008 documentary about vampire movies and it has horror directors talking about the genre. It is an Anchor Bay Entertainment film and it aired on Starz fear fest. It was released on September 23, 2008.

Sköna Juveler (1984)

Sköna juveler is a 1984 Swedish film directed by Hans Iveberg.

Paris, roman d'une ville (1990)

Dancing in the Ashes (2011)

Becoming Attractions: The Trailers of Humphrey Bogart (1997)

Spartacus: Gladiator War (2005)

Proximity (2013)

Calhoun: County Agent (1964)

Look at Me Again (2012)

Como Ganhar na Loteria Sem Perder a Esportiva (1971)

Artifact from the Future: The Making of 'THX 1138' (2004)

Old Fish (2008)

Søsken til evig tid (2013)

Laburnum Grove (1936)

Laburnum Grove is a 1936 British comedy film directed by Carol Reed and starring Edmund Gwenn, Cedric Hardwicke and Victoria Hopper. It was based on the 1933 play of the same name written by J. B. Priestley.

Glückskinder (1936)

Lucky Kids (German:Glückskinder) is a 1936 German romantic comedy film directed by Paul Martin and starring Lilian Harvey, Willy Fritsch and Paul Kemp. The film's art direction was by Erich Kettelhut.

My Conversations on Film (2013)

Sweet and Sour Revenge (2012)

Appetite (2012)

The Horrible Life of Dr. Ghoul (2013)

Snowdysseus (2013)

Suburban Melody (1933)

Suburban Melody (Spanish:Melodía de arrabal) is a 1933 American Pre-Code musical film directed by Louis J. Gasnier and starring Imperio Argentina, Carlos Gardel and Vicente Padula. The film was made at the Joinville Studios in Paris by Paramount Pictures, who produced a large number of films in different languages at the studios. The film was made in Spanish, primarily for release in Spanish-speaking countries. Carlos Gardel appeared in a string of such productions during the 1930s. The film was extremely popular in Argentina, the native country of its three stars, where it was one of the highest-grossing releases.

O Crime de Aldeia Velha (1964)

The Crime of Aldeia Velha (Portuguese: O Crime da Aldeia Velha) is a 1964 Portuguese drama film directed by Manuel Guimarães.

Barnyard Actor (1955)

Cookin' with Gags (1955)

Tweety's Circus (1955)

Tweety's Circus is a "Merrie Melodies" cartoon animated short starring Tweety, Sylvester, and various circus animals. Released June 4, 1955, the cartoon is directed by Friz Freleng. All the voices are performed by Mel Blanc. The cartoon is the last to use the 1945-1955 version of "Merrily We Roll Along."

This Is a Life? (1955)

This Is a Life? is a Warner Bros. animated cartoon of the Merrie Melodies series, directed by Friz Freleng, written by Warren Foster, and produced by Edward Selzer, with music directed by Milt Franklyn. Originally released to theatres on July 9, 1955, the voices are done by Mel Blanc, Arthur Q. Bryan, and June Foray. This is one of the few Bugs Bunny cartoons whose title does not contain Bugs, bunny, rabbit or hare. This is one of the only two Warner Bros. shorts (the other being A Star Is Bored) in which Bugs is paired with his main three antagonists.

Happy Holland (1952)

It's Hummer Time (1950)

It's Hummer Time is a cartoon in the Looney Tunes series directed by Robert McKimson and written by Warren Foster. Released on July 22, 1950, the cartoon stars a tuxedo cat who attempts to catch a hummingbird, only to get in the way of a bulldog who subjects him to various forms of torture for disturbing his sleep while doing so to the tune of Raymond Scott's Powerhouse, the cat seeming to know what's in store for him each time. All voice characterizations are performed by Mel Blanc.

The Silly Goose (1944)

Das dumme Gänslein (The Silly Goose) is one in a trio of German animated short films produced in 1944 by Hans Fischerkoesen, who was the chief animator and author. It is a tale of a female goose consumed by adventure and urban glamour in her countryside life, who had to be saved from a cunning fox by her friends and family. The moral of the tale was not be extravagant and adventurous due to its consequences and it not being what one would expect, and promoting that people should live a ‘normal’ German family life. The animation has an underling theme of Nazi propaganda. It symbolises the Völkisch ideology to be traditionally conventional, demonstrating the idea that a woman’s main purpose was to produce ‘true’ German children, and not be individualistic or sexually sinful. It represents that if you vary from the traditional German life then the consequences could be dire, possibly leading to death. This can relate to the Nazi fear policy, by which people who opposed the regime or were seen as asocial, were punished and it could have eventually lead to their death. The film also indirectly contains anti-Semitism through the character of the cunning fox.

Elmo the Fearless (1920)

Elmo the Fearless is a 1920 American Western film serial directed by J. P. McGowan. The film is now considered to be lost.

L'épouvante (1911)

Three in a Towel (1969)

Red Bull Ultra Natural (2013)

The Aunties (2013)

Tenali Raman (1956)

Pudhiya Vaanam (1988)

Single Man (2010)

Kaiserjäger (1956)

Kaiserjäger is a 1956 Austrian film directed by Willi Forst.

Amphetamine (1966)

Alpsee (1995)

Sunkist Stars at Palm Springs (1936)

Recently 3 (2002)

Yvy Maraey (2013)

The Gift of Friendship (1974)

Bocet vesel (1984)

Synth & Wave Essentials (2005)

The Bell (2007)

Clark Terry: Live in Concert (2001)

American Lawless (2012)

America: Destroyed by Design (1998)

Pilgrims (2013)

David Icke: Beyond the Cutting Edge (2008)

Ferocious Female Freedom Fighters, Part 2 (1982)

Gordos e Magros (1976)

I Stop Time (2014)

Zirkus is nich (2007)

P for Pelican (1972)

Escape (1937)

To an Unknown God (1977)

To an Unknown God (Spanish: A un dios desconocido) is a 1977 Spanish film directed by Jaime Chávarri. The film is about an aging man coming to terms with his homosexuality and mortality. It was a pioneer in its frank and mature examination of homosexuality.

House Cleaning Blues (1937)

House Cleaning Blues is a 1937 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring Grampy.

Marvo Movie (1967)

Wanda Gosciminska – A Textile Worker (1975)

Posthaste Perennial Pattern (2010)

An Evening with Bobcat Goldthwait - Share the Warmth (1987)

Tokolosh (2011)

How to Start the Day (1937)

Steel Viper Force: Rise of Fiero (2011)

Witches, Faggots, Dykes and Poofters (1980)

De leeuw (2014)

American Jobs (2005)

American Jobs is a 2004 independent film, documentary, written, produced and directed by Greg Spotts. The film is about the loss of American jobs to low-wage foreign competition, covering the phenomenon of outsourcing in manufacturing and high-paying white-collar jobs. The filmmaker visited 19 cities and towns throughout the United States interviewing recently laid-off workers, focusing on three industries: textiles, commercial aircraft and information technology. It also contains interviews with a number of members of Congress, including: Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), Rosa DeLauro (D-Connecticut), Robin Hayes (R-North Carolina), Donald Manzullo (R-Illinois), and Hilda Solis (D-California), and includes an extended section of clips from the 1993 congressional debate on NAFTA. (North American Free Trade Agreement). Spotts self-released the film on DVD via a website on Labor Day, 2004. The CNN program Lou Dobbs Tonight featured excerpts from American Jobs on seven consecutive weeknights in September 2004, exposure which attracted a distribution deal. The Disinformation Company, publisher of Robert Greenwald's series of documentary DVDs, released American Jobs on DVD in February 2005, along with a companion book penned by Spotts, CAFTA and Free Trade: What Every American Should Know. The book was used as a lobbying tool by the AFL-CIO and members of the US Congress during the summer of 2005 when Congress was debating ratification of the Central American Free Trade Agreement. Spotts subsequently wrote the official companion book to Robert Greenwald's 2005 documentary Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price.

King of the Congo (1952)

King of the Congo was the 48th serial released by Columbia Pictures. It was based on the comic book character "Thun'da", created by Frank Frazetta.

I Am Talking To You (2013)

The Royal Mounted Rides Again (1945)

The Royal Mounted Rides Again (1945) was a Universal film serial. Adventure serials of this type were popular in the early days of cinema. The serial, often called cliffhangers, would show one episode per week, with an ending that would hide the outcome of an exciting event, sometimes ending with "tune in next week for the exciting continuing saga..", or something along those lines. Actor and popular singing cowboy of the day, Addison Randall, died during the making of this serial.

Enxaneta (2012)

The Tempter (1973)

The Devil Is a Woman (Italian: Il sorriso del grande tentatore, UK title: The Tempter) is a 1974 drama film directed by Damiano Damiani and starring Glenda Jackson.

Kristin kommenderar (1946)

Kristin Commands (Swedish: Kristin kommenderar) is a 1946 Swedish comedy film directed by Gustaf Edgren and starring Dagmar Ebbesen, Wanda Rothgardt and Gunnar Björnstrand. The film's sets were designed by the art director Nils Svenwall.

The Crime Doctor (1934)

The Crime Doctor is a 1934 American crime drama directed by John Robertson from a screenplay by Jane Murfin, adapted from the novel The Big Bow Mystery by Israel Zangwill. The film stars Otto Kruger, Karen Morley, and Nils Asther. RKO Radio Pictures produced and distributed the film which was released on April 27, 1934.

Over Coffee (2010)

Striporama (1953)

Striporama is a 1953 comedy film directed by Jerald Intrator. The film starred a number of burlesque comedy, dance and striptease acts that were popular during the early 1950s. Today, it is best known as one of the few feature films starring pin-up model Bettie Page.

To Have and to Hold (2001)

Jungle Raiders (1945)

Jungle Raiders (1945) is a Columbia film serial.