The End (2014)

The Dark, Krystle (2013)

Testing a Rotary (1904)

Horsey-horsey: Tigidig-tigidig (1986)

Tagebuch eines Frauenmörders (1969)

Mr. H Is Late (1988)

February 31 (2013)

Greed (2008)

Gönül Meyhanesi (1970)

A_ética (2008)

Thedi Pidi Adi (2013)

Kickin' the Conga Round (1942)

Domenica sera (1962)

Tweet Dreams (1959)

The Rise of Duton Lang (1955)

The Condor (2015)

City in the Fog (1950)

Five Suspects (German: Fünf unter Verdacht) is a 1950 West German crime film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Hans Nielsen, Dorothea Wieck and Friedrich Schoenfelder. It is also known by the alternative title of City in the Fog. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Franz Bi and Botho Hoefer.

Molly Moo-Cow and the Indians (1935)

Noelia (2012)

Las palabras de Vero (2005)

Ghost-Cat of Karakuri Tenjo (1958)

Into The Darkness Volume 5 (2007)

No al no: Visca el piano! (2006)

Liebe in drei Dimensionen (1973)

Love in 3-D (German: Liebe in drei Dimensionen) is a 1973 German adult comedy film directed by Walter Boos. The film was dubbed into English for American audiences. As compared to other mid-1970s adult films that were shot in 3-D, Love in 3-D stands out for several reasons. It was shot on 70 mm, very unusual for a low budget adult film. The movie itself contains several notable 3-D scenes as everything from oranges, water, and breasts are thrust out toward the audience. One standout (non-adult) scene involves a ride in an old ghost house.

Television: The First 50 Years (2003)

This Land Is Our Land (2010)

Fluorescerend bloed (2000)

Mötley Crüe: Lewd Crüed & Tattooed (2001)

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Live at the Olympic - The Last DJ and More (2003)

The Forbidden City (1918)

The Forbidden City is a 1918 American silent drama film starring Norma Talmadge and Thomas Meighan and directed by Sidney Franklin. A copy of the film is in the Library of Congress and other film archives.

Red Hot Mamma (1934)

Red Hot Mamma is a 1934 Fleischer Studios Betty Boop animated short, directed by Dave Fleischer.

Congestion (1918)

Congestion is a 1918 silent film directed by Anatoli Dolinov, Donat Pashkovskiy and Aleksandr Panteleyev.

Britten: The Rape of Lucretia (2005)

The Godfather's Friend (1972)

Song 4 (1964)

Terror in Mumbai (2009)

Clouds (1969)

Musical Mountaineers (1939)

Musical Mountaineers is a 1939 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop. It is also on 50 Classic Cartoons Volume 1.

Liebesgeschichten aus Moskau 1993 - 2009 (2010)

Abou Ben Boogie (1944)

Behind the Blur (2009)

Dalam Botol (2011)

Inauguration de l'exposition universelle (1900)

Shufu no taiken repôto: Zoku onna no yojôhan (1975)

1942 (2005)

Temptation of Eve: Angel (2007)

Kak ezhik i medvezhonok vstrechali noviy god (1975)

Long John (2002)

Ugly Kid Joe - Live At Download Festival (2013)

Animal Beatbox (2011)

Death Shock (1980)

Mr. Charlie, Your Rollin' Mill Is Burnin' Down (1969)

Jesse James Rides Again (1947)

Jesse James Rides Again (1947) is a Republic film serial.

Scrambled (2013)

Congo (1972)

Firefall (2012)

Enter Hamlet (1965)

Super Mario Movie (2005)

Vasantham (2003)

Big Chief Ugh-Amugh-Ugh (1938)

The Amateurist (1998)

Temetés (1998)

Mei Mei (2010)

Mei Mei is a 2009 Chinese and US co-production drama short film directed by the Chinese Xu Xiaoxi and written by Roberto F. Canuto and Xu Xiaoxi. The film's premier took place in Hungary, where the film was part of the official selection at the "3rd Annual Slow Film International Film Festival", a successor to the 32-year-old "Hungary Film Festival" born of the Film Art Initiative that includes films from Europe and North America. Mei Mei was screened in late August 2009 to an international crowd and was received as one of the festival's finest. Mei Mei tells the story of the neighbours Lulu and Julian. Lulu is a prostitute who receives constant visits from Julian, as he believes that she is his missing ex-girlfriend, Mei Mei. Thinking that he is merely trying to win her over, Lulu rejects his advances, but something happen that makes Lulu change her impression. From there, the two embark on a journey in search of companionship in a beautiful and heartbreaking love story. Australian actress Janet Chiarabaglio, best known for her roles in Songbird (Official Selection of the 2007 Sundance Film Festival), Inspector Gadget II, and Jeopardy 3, appears in the lead role following her Jury Award at the Boston Independent Film Festival. Los Angeles-based Alex Best, whose feature credits include American Dreamz with Dennis Quaid and Vicious Circle (winner of the Best Film in the New York International Latino Film Festival) is the male lead of the cast, as the love sick Julian. The film, due to the relationship that the main character Lulu establish with her "special friend" CoCo, was included in some LGBT events, as lesbianism is in the subtext of the story. The film also received the nomination for Best Cinematography at the Kodak Scholarship Awards in the United States, 2009, being the official representative of NYFA from Los Angeles.

Koma (1990)

Quest for Sunken Warships (2007)

A wartime mystery explored.

Tomb Detectives (2009)

Modern forensics and archeology are called into play in this six-part series that looks at some of history’s most intriguing mysteries. Episodes take the investigators around the globe from France to Chile and involve inquiries into vampirism, mummies, ancient battles, plagues and mass graves.

The Mixtape by SoulPancake (2014)

This silly, yet intriguing, miniseries, branching from the YouTube channel SoulPancake, follows Rainn Wilson as he tries to unfold the mysteries of being human by answering life's biggest questions. Through celebrity interviews in the back of a van, artwork, storytelling, and social experiments, Wilson intends to open the world's eyes to new ideas and ways of life. He encourages people to see the fun, happiness, and beauty in the world and to share it with not only the people in our lives, but everyone.

Lost & Turnt Out (2017)

Two Billion Hearts (1995)

Clara's Ultimate Christmas (2018)

Call for Dreams (2018)

Vic the Viking and the Magic Sword (2019)

Vic dreams of going on an adventure with the Viking crew. But Halvar, his father thinks he is too frail to be part of such a dangerous journey. When Vic’s mother, Ylva, is accidentally turned into a golden statue by the magical sword of Loki, Halvar and his crew have no choice but to sail to the forges of Loki, beyond the end of the world, in order to destroy the sword and bring Ylva back to life. Reluctantly, Halvar takes Vic along on the drakkar. During this trip filled with surprises and dangers, Vic will not miss the occasion to prove his father he does have the stuff of a true Viking.

Spycies (2020)

Don't Cry, Mr. Ogre (2019)

Making Apes: The Artists Who Changed Film (2020)

For over a century, make-up artists have dazzled audiences by creating extraordinary characters and creatures on screen. 50 years ago, a group of ambitious make-up artists led by John Chambers and Tom Burman ushered in a new era of cinema with their groundbreaking work on Planet of the Apes. Featuring interviews with the original make-up team along with artists who were influenced by them, actors who wore the make-up, filmmakers, historians and more, Making Apes tells the emotional and thrilling story of how Hollywood was changed forever.

La leyenda negra (2020)

Biography: I Want My MTV (2019)

4th Republic (2019)

Resistance Fighters - Die globale Antibiotikakrise (2019)

Resistance Fighters – The Global Antibiotics Crisis is a documentary film by the German director Michael Wech and producer Leopold Hoesch. It was broadcast on Arte on March 19, 2019 and had its international festival premiere at the Copenhagen International Documentary Festival CPH:DOX on March 24, 2019.

We Are the Dream: The Kids of the Oakland MLK Oratorical Fest (2020)

Focusing on the Oakland Unified School District’s MLK Oratorical Festival in California—one of many oratorical competitions that take place across the country—the documentary follows students from schools across the city in the months leading up to the 40th annual festival as they hone their speeches, hoping for a coveted spot in the finals. Through interviews with the contestants and scenes of rehearsals and performances, the film reveals the deep connection the students make between King’s words and the world they live in.

De Piraten van Hiernaast (2020)

2 in the Bush: A Love Story (2018)

Thrill Zone (2005)

This television series shows thrill seekers going to the extreme to get their rush. Some of the thrill seekers that have been features on this show are tornado chasers, and a person that sat on a roof in the middle of a hurricane.

What!? Logo Documentaries (2012)

The series WHAT!? Logo Documentaries takes a look at unusual people and odd places in the world. The viewer will get to see things they have never seen before and may not be comfortable with. These places that the show explores are different and unique in their own way.

Troubles (1988)

A soldier's return home underscores the changes in his aging home, his fiancee and his country.

Wedding Wars (2011)

Engaged couples compete for a dream wedding.

The Tanning of America (2014)

The Tanning of America is a thorough examination of hip-hop as a cultural movement, whose profound influence in music, film, television, fashion, business, race relations and politics eventually paved the way for the election of Barack Obama.

The Finish Line (2000)

Recap of the week's major stake races; replays and interviews.

The Kentucky Kid (2008)

Pro motorcycle racer Nicky Haden defends his championship at mind-bending, heart-pounding speeds.

The Injustice Files (2013)

In February 2007, the FBI officially launched a new investigative effort called the Civil Rights-Era Cold Case Initiative, which was tasked with taking a fresh look at racially-motivated homicide investigations that occurred prior to 1970. Since then, over 100 cold cases have been identified for this initiative. In an effort to bring attention to these important investigations, critically-acclaimed documentary filmmaker, Keith Beauchamp, the host of Investigation Discovery's The Injustice Files, combs through records; interviews family members, witnesses and investigators; and pieces together the known facts of each case. He attempts to interview potential suspects and individuals who may know who was responsible for these murders, sometimes confronting them in their driveways after attempts to contact them for interviews prove unsuccessful.

Urban Jungle (2014)

Urban Jungle, takes a harrowing journey to the places we once counted as our own— but have gone to the wild. Venture deep into the heart of some of the most crowded cities on the planet, to uncover a hidden world where predators and prey collide—outside our windows, above our skyscrapers, under our feet.

The Fixer with Chef Tino (2014)

Tino helps struggling family restaurants improve their menu, customer base and profit.