Come Dancing (1970)

People of Rome (2003)

Gente di Roma is a 2003 Italian comedy mockumentary film directed by Ettore Scola. It is close to Federico Fellini's Roma. The film is dedicated to Alberto Sordi, who Scola wanted to close the film, as a noble man, but he could not film him because he died. Scola's daughters helped to co-write the script.

Lady Football (1983)

Paulo Roberto Cotechiño centravanti di sfondamento (Lady Football) is a 1983 Italian comedy film written and directed by Nando Cicero and starring Alvaro Vitali.

Beş Şehir (2010)

Five Cities (Turkish: Beş Şehir) is a 2010 Turkish drama film, written, produced and directed by Onur Ünlü, about a young policeman just arrived in Istanbul who falls in love with a woman in a candy shop. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on April 9, 2010 (2010-04-09), won awards at film festivals in Antalya and Istanbul and has been described as, an absurd poetic tale of five seemingly unrelated people’s lives.

The Seaside Motel (2010)

Jeppe på Bjerget (1981)

Jeppe på bjerget is a 1981 Danish film directed by Kaspar Rostrup and based on a play by Ludvig Holberg. It won three Bodil Awards : Best Film, Best Actor (for Buster Larsen) and Best Supporting Actor (for Kurt Ravn). It was also entered into the 12th Moscow International Film Festival. It directly translates to Jeppe on the mountain.

Delicacies of Molten Horror Synapse (1991)

Rolled Stockings (1927)

Rolled Stockings (1927) is a silent film comedy produced and distributed by Paramount Pictures, directed by Richard Rosson, and starring Louise Brooks.

The Crab Revolution (2004)

The Girl with the Tramp Stamp Tattoo (2011)

One-Eyed, One-Armed Swordswoman (1969)

Lady Sazen and the Drenched Swallow Sword (女左膳 濡れ燕片手斬り Onna Sazen nuretsubame katategiri) (also known as Left Fencer) is a 1969 Japanese samurai drama and action film, directed by Kimiyoshi Yasuda. Michiyo Okusu plays the role of the one-eyed, one-armed swordswoman O-kin. This film follows in the series of films about Tange Sazen, but this one features a female version of the Sazen—Lady Sazen.

Bride of Resistor (1997)

The Pilot (1984)

Three Giant Men (1973)

3 Giant Men (AKA: Captain America and Santo vs. Spider-Man; Turkish: 3 Dev Adam [yt͡ʃ dev adam]) is a 1973 Turkish cult action film, directed by T. Fikret Uçak and written by Doğan Tamer based on the characters created by Steve Ditko, Jack Kirby, Stan Lee, Joe Simon and Rodolfo Guzmán Huerta, featuring Aytekin Akkaya as Captain America and Yavuz Selekman as Santo called to Istanbul on a special mission to stop the villainous Spider-Man and his criminal gang. The film, which went on nationwide general release across the country on November 1, 1973, was completely unauthorized by the copyright owners of the characters depicted.

Traja chrobáci (1976)

Claudia - Das Mädchen von Kasse 1 (2009)

Damon Wayans: The Last Stand (1990)

Dead and Buried (2006)

Sapatos Pretos (1998)

Central Bazaar (1976)

Twenty Thousand Dollars for Seven (1969)

Twenty Thousand Dollars for Seven (Italian: Kidnapping! Paga o uccidiamo tuo figlio, also known as 20.000 dollari sporchi di sangue) is an Italian Spaghetti Western film starring Brett Halsey. It was released in 1969.

The Master Builder (1960)

The Joy of Stats (2010)

Strikeforce: Feijao vs. Henderson (2011)

Dan Oniroku ikenie shimai (1987)

Herbert de Perto (2009)

32 Hours 7 Minutes (2013)

Dinner (2012)

Der var engang en vicevært (1937)

Der var engang en vicevært is a 1937 Danish family film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and Alice O'Fredericks and written by Børge Müller. The film stars Osvald Helmuth and Connie Meiling .

Carousella (1966)

In the City of Fury (2012)

Dame Factory Inc. (2011)

So Quiet on the Canine Front (1931)

So Quiet on the Canine Front is a 1930 American comedy short film, from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, that parodies Universal Pictures' celebrated anti-war drama All Quiet on the Western Front, the winner, on November 5, 1930, at the 3rd Academy Awards, of the Award for Best Picture (referenced at the time as the Award for Outstanding Production). The cast consists of performing dogs whose chewing or barking jaw movements are overdubbed with human voices. The third of nine black-and-white two-reel Dogville Comedies directed for MGM between 1929 and 1931 by Zion Myers and Jules White, both of whom also wrote, produced and provided voices, the film has been intermittently broadcast on Turner Classic Movies and is available on DVD as part of the Dogville Shorts Collection.

Stars and Suns (2008)

Annas zweite Chance (2009)

John Shuttleworth: One Foot in the Gravy Live (2006)

I.Q. ben dan (1981)

Secret Africa (1969)

Africa segreta is an Italian documentary film, released in 1969.

Pac-Man the Movie (2012)

Teddy Roosevelt: An American Lion (2003)

The God of Day Had Gone Down Upon Him (2000)

X Is Y (1990)

Axe Me Another (1934)

A Haul in One (1956)

The Division of Gravity (2011)

Craneway Event (2009)

Anna und Elisabeth (1933)

Anna and Elizabeth (German: Anna und Elisabeth) is a 1933 German drama film directed by Frank Wisbar and starring Dorothea Wieck, Hertha Thiele and Mathias Wieman. The film reunited Wieck and Thiele who had starred in Mädchen in Uniform together two years earlier. The film's sets were designed by Heinrich Beisenherz and Fritz Maurischat.

Christopher Titus: Voice in my Head (2013)

Ö (2012)

Machi Action (2013)

Process Red (1966)

Alberi (2013)

Deep Purple: In Concert with The London Symphony Orchestra (2000)

All Day Everyday (2008)

Suster keramas 2 (2011)

Robot King Sun Shark (1985)

The Persuader (1973)

A Trip to the Moon (1917)

Pastry Town Wedding (1934)

Vengeance (1980)

A pack of ruthless criminals take Jenny and Mark hostage after they murder an entire family and rape the young daughter. Although Jenny and Mark finally escape, the gang is in hot pursuit. The blood and gore fly as Jenny and Mark are pushed to their limits and become as vicious and savage as their captors.

Back to the Black Lagoon: A Creature Chronicle (2000)

The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu (1930)

The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu is a 1930 American pre-Code film directed by Rowland V. Lee. It is the second of three films starring Warner Oland as the fiendish Fu Manchu, who returns from apparent death in the previous film, The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu (1929), to seek revenge on those he holds responsible for the death of his wife and child.

Autohystoria (2007)

Macross: Flash Back 2012 (1987)

The Two Faces of Mitchell and Webb (2006)

Delitto sull'autostrada (1982)

Delitto sull'autostrada (Crime on the Highway) is a 1982 Italian "poliziottesco"-comedy film directed by Bruno Corbucci. It is the ninth chapter in the Nico Giraldi film series starred by Tomas Milian.

Shaolin vs. Evil Dead 2: Ultimate Power (2006)

Son Ders: Aşk ve Üniversite (2008)

Son Ders is a 2008 Turkish comedy film directed by Mustafa Uğur Yağcıoğlu and Iraz Okumuş.

Back Room (2000)

A Jungle Book of Regulations (1974)

Nie ma róży bez ognia (title in Polish: There is no rose without fire, in reference to two mixed up proverbs – There is no rose without thorns, and There is no smoke without the fire – is a Polish comedy film from 1974 directed by Stanisław Bareja. The subject is the chronic apartment shortage in Communist Poland. The film has been released for the English speaking world with subtitles, under the title: A Jungle Book of Regulations.

Crowing Pains (1947)

Crowing Pains is a cartoon in the Looney Tunes series that was released in 1947. The cartoon, directed by Robert McKimson, stars Henery Hawk, Sylvester, and Foghorn Leghorn and the Barnyard Dawg, all of whom are voiced by Mel Blanc. This is also McKimson's first short to feature Sylvester. This cartoon was long believed to be in the public domain, however, the cartoon was in fact renewed on August 5, 1974 by United Artists (which then owned the pre-1948 Merrie Melodies catalogue). It is featured, fully restored (including original titles), on the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6.

When the Clouds Roll by (1968)

The The: Infected (1987)

The Yum Yums: The Day Things Went Sour (1990)

Lady, Play Your Mandolin! (1931)

Lady, Play Your Mandolin! was the first Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon, directed by Rudolf Ising of Harman and Ising. It was originally released in August 1931.

Augsburger Puppenkiste - Der Räuber Hotzenplotz (1967)

Tricky: A Ruff Guide (2002)

Morning, Noon and Night (1933)

Morning, Noon and Night is a 1933 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring the overture Ein Morgen, ein Mittag und ein Abend in Wien (Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna) by Franz Von Suppe.

Oramunde (1933)

Gay Gaucho (1933)

Malagasy Gospel (2009)

Sorrows (1969)

Creating the Lord of the Rings Symphony (2004)

The Brutal Hopelessness of Love (2007)

Arhats in Fury (1985)

Tomorrow's Sun (1959)

Farlig ungdom (1953)

Farlig Ungdom (English; Dangerous Youth) is a 1953 Danish crime drama directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and starring Ib Mossin and Birgitte Bruun. The film tells the dark story about a naive youth being drawn into a life of petty crime and unable to break away. The film received the Bodil Award for Best Danish Film in 1954.

A Program About Unusual Buildings & Other Roadside Stuff (2004)

Isabelle aux Dombes (1951)

Moscow (1927)

Blonde Engel sind nicht billig (1969)

Just Beyond This Forest (1991)

Just Beyond This Forest (Polish: Jeszcze tylko ten las, also known as Still Only This Forest) is a 1991 Polish war-drama film written and directed by Jan Łomnicki. It was screened in competition at the 48th Venice International Film Festival.

Fatboy Slim - Big Beach Bootique 5 (2012)

Det är en dag imorgon också (2011)

Tomorrow's Another Day (Swedish: Det är en dag imorgon också) is a 2011 documentary about Swedish film director Roy Andersson and his unique way of making films. Shot during the four-year-long filming Andersson's latest film You, the Living, the documentary is a personal description of a surprising and different approach to the creative process. Roy Andersson has invented a working method of his own in order to achieve control over the work in process, but he is ultimately dependent on his young co-workers. The film was released in April 2011. A shorter version of the film has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art, in New York United States of America.

Weasel While You Work (1958)

Weasel While You Work is a 1958 Merrie Melodies animated short starring Foghorn Leghorn, Barnyard Dawg, and the weasel from earlier shorts like Plop Goes the Weasel and Weasel Stop. Unlike many Foghorn shorts, this one takes place during the winter; as such, many of the gags involve snow and ice. The title is a pun on the phrase "whistle while you work".

To Itch His Own (1958)

Crónicas del bromuro (1980)

Howard (2013)

Howard is a 2012 short film directed by actor Shia LaBeouf. The short was shown at the Cannes Film Festival on May 18, 2012, followed by an online premiere on December 17, 2013. The short film follows the eponymous internet film critic Howard Cantour, who was played by Jim Gaffigan. Howard is derived from Justin M. Damiano, a comic by Dan Clowes, although LaBeouf did not seek permission from Clowes, or acknowledge Clowes in the film's credits.

Insect to Injury (1956)

Marihuana radioactiva interplanetaria (2010)