Attack Force Z (1982)

A group of Australian commandos launch a secret mission against Japanese forces in World War II. Starring Mel Gibson and Sam Neil.

Coyote (2010)

A squatter tries to cope with his lycanthropy using music and drugs.

The Return of Don Camillo (1953)

The Return of Don Camillo (Italian: Il ritorno di Don Camillo) is a 1953 French-Italian comedy film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Fernandel, Gino Cervi and Édouard Delmont. The film's sets were designed by Virgilio Marchi. It was the second of five films featuring Fernandel as the Italian priest Don Camillo and his struggles with Giuseppe 'Peppone' Bottazzi the Communist Mayor of their rural town.

Murder in Pacot (2014)

Murder in Pacot (French: Meurtre à Pacot, German: Mord in Haiti) is feature film by Haitian film director Raoul Peck. The film stars Joy Olasunmibo Ogunmakin, Alex Descas, Thibault Vinçon, and Lovely Kermonde Fifi and is a continuation of the theme Peck featured in his last documentary, Assistance Mortelle (Fatal Assistance), on international aid to Haiti following the earthquake of 12 January 2010 which opened at New York's Film Society of Lincoln Center in February 2014. The lead producers of the joint Haitian, French and Norwegian production were Peck and Remi Grellety. The story, a traditional stranger-comes-to-town plot line examining how the earthquake upended Haiti's strongly divided class system, is loosely inspired by the 1968 mystery Teorema by Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini. In that screenplay, which Pasolini adapted from his own novel, a mysterious stranger, played by Terence Stamp, intrudes an Italian family and seduces every member of the household before leaving as suddenly and mysterious as he came. The shooting location of Peck's film, a three level villa, lies in the already completely rebuild neighbourhood Pacot in Port-au-Prince. The first ideas for the film came when Peck drove daily through that wealthy area while shooting the documentary Assistance Mortelle seeing that the rich were equally affected by the earthquake. By mid-May 2014 the film was ready for editing and according to director Peck is expected to finish by September to be announced at the Toronto International Film Festival or the Venice Film Festival and released end of 2014. The film made its world premier at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival where it is a Masters selection and was shown on 5 September 2014 at the Isabel Bader Theatre. The film was shown in the Panorama category of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival and its European premiere was on 7 February 2015 at the CUBIX cinema at Alexanderplatz. Director Raoul Peck, producer Remi Grellety and the leading actors attended the second screening at the Zoo Palast on 10 February after a photocall and press conference at the Grand Hyatt hotel. The international sales of the film are handled by Doc&Film.

Blood of the Beasts (1949)

Blood of the Beasts is a 1949 short French documentary film written and directed by Georges Franju. It is Franju's first film and is narrated by Georges Hubert and Nicole Ladmiral.

The Silent Man (1917)

The Silent Man is a 1917 American Western silent film directed by William S. Hart and written by Charles Kenyon. The film stars William S. Hart, Vola Vale, Robert McKim, Dorcas Matthews, J. P. Lockney, George Nichols, and Gertrude Claire. It was released on November 26, 1917, by Paramount Pictures.

From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (1973)

From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (released as: The Hideaways in Home video releases) is a 1973 American children's film based on E. L. Konigsburg's novel From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler. It tells the story of a girl and her brother who run away from home to live in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art and discover what they think is a lost treasure. For home video releases, the film was retitled The Hideaways.

Shutterspeed (2000)

A Los Angeles policeman asks his estranged brother to help solve a murder and locate his kidnapped fiancee.

Gamers (2006)

Four obsessive gamers try to break the world record of playing longer than 74,558 hours.

Dam California (2012)

When Michael returns to his hometown after two tours in Iraq, he finds the place on the brink of destruction. He teams with a beautiful biologist to stop a corporation from building three dams.

The Weight (2012)

The Weight is a 2012 South Korean film about a hunchback mortician and his transgender stepsister.

Space Probe Taurus (1965)

Space Probe Taurus is a 1965 science fiction/action/drama film.

2 or 3 Things I Know About Him (2005)

2 or 3 Things I Know About Him (German: 2 oder 3 Dinge, die ich von ihm weiß) is a documentary film in which German director Malte Ludin examines the impact of Nazism in his family. Malte's father, Hanns Ludin, was the Third Reich's ambassador to Slovakia. As such, he signed deportation orders that sent thousands of Jews to Auschwitz. Hanns Ludin was executed for war crimes in 1947.

Mundaasupatti (2014)

Mundasupatti is a 2014 Indian Tamil-language period comedy film written and directed by Ram Kumar, starring Vishnu and Nandita in lead roles while Kaali Venkat, Ramdoss, and Anandaraj play supporting roles. Produced by Thirukumaran Entertainments' C V Kumar in association with Fox Star Studios, it features music by Sean Roldan, editing by Leo John Paul and camerawork by P V Sankar. Based on a short film Ram himself shot in 2011 for the TV show, Naalaya Iyakunar, the film is set in the 80s in a fictional village called Mundasupatti, where people believe bad luck will befall them if they are photographed. The story illustrates what happens when two photographers visit the village. Mundasupatti released on 13 June 2014 to positive critical response.

Lying Lips (1939)

Lying Lips is a 1939, melodrama, race film by Oscar Micheaux, starring Edna Mae Harris, and Robert Earl Jones (the father of James Earl Jones). Lying Lips was the thirty-seventh film of Micheaux.

The Conjugal Bed (1963)

The Conjugal Bed (Italian: L'ape regina) is a 1963 Italian comedy film directed by Marco Ferreri. It was entered into the 1963 Cannes Film Festival where Marina Vlady won the award for Best Actress.

One 11 and 103 (1992)

A fascinating film of light and sound.

Before the Revolution (2013)

The last days of the Israeli community in Tehran, before the Islamic Revolution of 1979.

Little Stabs at Happiness (1963)

Avant-garde short film.

My Enemies (2015)

When Cedric's girlfriend dumps him at the train station, he takes off without a plan. Fate brings him to the home of a faded beauty.

The Spiral Staircase (1975)

A demented killer stalks the streets, preying on young, handicapped women. Where will he strike next? Who will be the next victim? The answers might surprise you…because there's always another twist to The Spiral Staircase. Jacqueline Bisset and Christopher Plummer headline this fear-choked modernization of the famed 1946 Gothic shocker. Bisset is Helen, a mute woman who stops overnight at her family’s remote country mansion where Helen’s Uncle Sherman (Plummer) runs a respected psychological institute. And there, an unseen eye stares out at Helen from the shadows. When a storm plunges the house into darkness, the terror erupts and Helen’s horror has only just begun. So have the convoluted steps leading to the suspense-filled end of The Spiral Staircase.

Dead End (1999)

Detectives suspect that a writer (William Snow) of true-crime books is responsible for a string of copycat killings.

Legend of the Mountain (1979)

O-CARD – LIMITED AMOUNT ONLYAlthough most commonly associated with the Wuxia genre, in 1979 King Hu directed the epic fantasy-horror, Legend of the Mountain. Heavily influenced by traditional Chinese aesthetics and Zen Buddhist philosophy, it has come to be regarded as one of his greatest filmmaking achievements.A young scholar, Ho Yunqing (Shih Jun, A Touch of Zen, Dragon Inn), is tasked by an eminent monk to transcribe a Buddhist sutra said to have immense power over the spirits of the afterlife. To execute his work in peace, he travels to an isolated monastery deep in the mountains, where he encounters a number of strange people, including the mysterious and beautiful Melody (Hsu Feng, A Touch of Zen, Dragon Inn). As malicious spirits attempt to steal the sutra, Ho becomes entangled in a conflict between duelling forces of good and evil. Will he leave the mountain alive?Adapted from a Song Dynasty folk tale, Legend of the Mountain exemplifies King Hu’s masterful command of spectacular visuals and philosophical insights into life and existence. Heavily edited upon release, the film has now been fully restored to its original length in stunning 4K, and The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present the film for the first time ever on home video in the UK, in a special Dual Format edition.

Acholiland (2009)

In 1990, four UN workers embark on a food delivery to desperate villagers and are forced to make impossible choices when a militia attacks.

The Sport of Kings (1931)

The Sport of Kings is a 1931 British comedy film directed by Victor Saville and starring Leslie Henson, Hugh Wakefield and Gordon Harker. It was based on a 1924 play of the same title by Ian Hay. The film was made by Gainsborough Pictures at Elstree Studios. Its sets were designed by Walter Murton.

Another Man's Garden (2007)

Sofia wants to study medicine but encounters obstacles beside the objections of her boyfriend and family, and a moment of weakness or an error in judgment could cost her a place in the university.

I Wanna Be a Republican (2006)

Dressed in drag, four singers and comics mock the Republican Party.

Red Crag (1965)

A woman who works for the Chongqing Communist underground is captured and becomes a key planner for a prison break.

Nabonga (1944)

Nabonga is a 1944 PRC film starring Buster Crabbe and Julie London (in her film debut). It was retitled Jungle Woman in the British Empire.

Humain, trop humain (1974)

Louis Malle presents his meditative investigation of the inner workings of a French automotive plant. This, Vive le Tour, and Place de la République, Malle’s three French-set documentaries, reveal, in an eclectic array of ways, the director’s eternal fascination with, and respect for, the everyday lives of everyday people.

Dreams and Shadows (2009)

Dreams and Shadows is a 2009 American drama film written and directed by Tamarat Makonnen as his feature film debut, and stars James Russo and Shawn-Caulin Young. The film had its Los Angeles premiere at the American Film Institute in October 2009.

Intersexion (2012)

Intersexion (2012) is a documentary about intersex people. The film was researched and presented by activist Mani Mitchell, New Zealand's first "out" intersex person. It was written, directed and edited by Grant Lahood and produced by John Keir.

Philadelphia, Here I Come (1975)

A young boy in conflict with his father wants to leave the family business in Ireland and go to America.

Where Are You Bucharest? (2014)

Filmmaker Vlad Petri follows Romanian protesters on the streets of Bucharest.

Circle of Power (1981)

Circle of Power, also known as Mystique, Brainwash and The Naked Weekend, is a 1981 film, co-produced by Gary Mehlman, Anthony Quinn and Jeffrey White, and based on the non-fiction book The Pit: A Group Encounter Defiled. It stars Yvette Mimieux in her final film performance to date.

Sweet Love, Bitter (1967)

Sweet Love, Bitter is a 1967 film based on the novel Night Song by John Alfred Williams. The story is inspired by the life of jazz musician Charlie Parker. American jazz pianist Mal Waldron recorded a soundtrack album for the film.

The Blue Parrot (1953)

The Blue Parrot is a low budget 1953 British crime film directed by John Harlow and starring Dermot Walsh, Jacqueline Hill, Ballard Berkeley, Richard Pearson and John Le Mesurier. The film was produced by Stanley Haynes for Act Films Ltd. Jacqueline Hill later became well known for playing Barbara, one of the original companions of BBC TV's Doctor Who. British crime reporter Percy Hoskins provided the story.

Black Dossier (1955)

Black Dossier (French: Le Dossier noir) is a 1955 French drama film directed by André Cayatte. It was entered into the 1955 Cannes Film Festival.

Equality U (2010)

Thirty-four openly gay activists go on a bike tour to raise equality awareness.

Open Heart (2002)

A young surgeon (Aki Avni) has an affair with the wife (Riki Gal) of a hospital administrator (Assi Dayan).

Keepin' the Faith: Lookin' for Mr. Right (2008)

A single therapist (Angell Conwell) has good friends and strong faith in God to help her find the man of her dreams.

The Old, the Young & the Sea (2013)

The Old, the Young and the Sea is a vivid documentary road movie about the people and lifestyles of the "European Leg" – the classic European surfing route along the Atlantic coast.

The Legend of Six Fingers (2014)

Neil and Andrew believe a bipedal creature with six fingers is responsible for domestic animal slayings. They have no idea their trip into the forest to search for the creature will turn into a terrifying journey.

Return of the Frontiersman (1950)

Return of the Frontiersman is a 1950 American Western film directed by Richard L. Bare and written by Edna Anhalt. The film stars Gordon MacRae, Julie London, Rory Calhoun, Jack Holt, Fred Clark and Edwin Rand. The film was released by Warner Bros. on June 24, 1950.

Flaming Lead (1939)

Frank Gordon hires Ken Clark, a sharpshooter, to help him save his ranch from horse rustlers after his partner is killed.

The Perfect Circle (1997)

The Perfect Circle is a 1997 Bosnian film by Ademir Kenović set in Sarajevo during the siege of 1992-1996. It was written by Kenović with Pjer Žalica and Abdulah Sidran. The set designer was Kemal Hrustanović. The title derives from the ability of "Hamza" to draw perfect circles on paper.

Everyday Is Like Sunday (2013)

Everyday Is Like Sunday is a 2013 Canadian feature film directed by Pavan Moondi, written by Pavan Moondi and Michael Sloane and produced by Brian Robertson and Pavan Moondi. The film stars stand-up comedian David Dineen-Porter, Coral Osborne, Adam Gurfinkel, Nick Flanagan, Bo Martyn and musicians Nick Thorburn (of Islands, Mister Heavenly and The Unicorns) and Dan Werb (of Woodhands). Everyday Is Like Sunday was released theatrically in Toronto on August 16, 2013. The film was shot in July 2012 in Toronto and produced by Emmy and Canadian Screen Award winning company, iThentic, in association with Daylight on Mars Pictures and Riddle Films. The independent film was acquired for Canadian distribution by Mongrel Media beginning January 2014. On August 1, 2014, the film became available to stream instantly on Netflix Canada.

Casual Day (2007)

Tensions rise among frustrated co-workers (Juan Diego, Javier Ros) when they gather for a company retreat.

North of the Border (1946)

North of the Border is a 1946 American western film.

Cheeseheads: The Documentary (2016)

After spending two decades away, a devoted Cheesehead returns to Wisconsin to see if it as amazing as he remembers.

Dark Places (1973)

Dark Places is a 1973 British horror film directed by Don Sharp and starring Robert Hardy, Christopher Lee, Joan Collins and Herbert Lom.

Zona rosa (2005)

Interviews with strippers give a glimpse of the gay strip club scene in Mexico's Zona Rosa district.

Long Live Freedom (2013)

Long Live Freedom (Italian: Viva la libertà) is a 2013 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Roberto Andò. It won the Nastro d'Argento for Best Screenplay and the David di Donatello for Best Script and the David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actor to Valerio Mastandrea.

The Five of Us (2004)

Elles étaient cinq (released with English subtitles as The Five of Us) is a Québécois film, directed and written by Ghyslaine Côté. It was released in theaters in 2004 and on DVD in February 2005.

The Creation of Meaning (2014)

The Creation of Meaning (Italian: La creazione di significato) is a 2014 experimental film directed by Simone Rapisarda Casanova.

An American in Madras (2013)

An American in Madras is a feature-length documentary film directed by Karan Bali. The film highlights American-born Ellis R Dungan's pioneering contribution to the then-developing Tamil Film Industry in South India between 1935 and 1950.

The Manster (1959)

The Manster (双頭の殺人鬼, Sôtô no Satsujinki) is a tokusatsu 1959 horror film, a co-production between the United States and Japan, starring Peter Dyneley. The film was notable for its creative use of special effects. The film is also known as The Split in the United Kingdom, Doktor Satan in Greece, and The Two-Headed Monster.

Ronnie & Julie (1997)

In this modern reinterpretation of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet," Ronnie (Joshua Jackson) is a hockey player and Julie (Margot Finley) is a talented figure skater. They meet at a debate in which their parents are battling for a mayoral position, and are instantly drawn to each other. However, their fledgling relationship faces obstacles due to their feuding parents. How long can the star-crossed lovers keep their relationship a secret from their families?

The Invincible Armour (1977)

Falsely accused of murder by a corrupt official (Jang Lee Hwang), a man (John Liu) uses martial arts to vindicate himself.

Every Face Has a Name (2015)

Filmmaker Magnus Gertten presents amazing stories of survival during World War II.

Lang tzu yi chao (1978)

Two martial artists are hired to transport an Asian emperor's treasure through dangerous territory.

An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving (2008)

An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving is a television film based on a short story by Louisa May Alcott. Filmed on location in Canada, the film premiered on Hallmark Channel on November 22, 2008. It is followed by the sequel, An Old Fashioned Christmas which aired on December 11, 2010.

Buy Me That Town (1941)

Buy Me That Town is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Eugene Forde and written by Murray Boltinoff, Harry A. Gourfair, Gordon Kahn and Martin Rackin. The film stars Lloyd Nolan, Constance Moore, Albert Dekker, Sheldon Leonard, Barbara Jo Allen, Edward Brophy and Warren Hymer. The film was released on October 3, 1941, by Paramount Pictures.

Sarit (1974)

A pregnant woman serves a long jail sentence after she kills her lover and his mistress.

Naiyaandi (2013)

Naiyaandi is a 2013 Indian Tamil masala film written and directed by A. Sarkunam. The film features Dhanush and Nazriya Nazim in the lead roles. The plot focuses on a love story between a Kuthu Vilakku (lamp) shop owner and a BDS student. It received 'U' certificate from Central Board of Film Certification and released on 11 October 2013. The film, inspired from the 1993 Malayalam film Meleparambil Anveedu,and 1995 Tamil film Valli Vara Pora received mostly negative reviews but had a decent collection in terms of the box office.

Doctor In Distress (1963)

Dirk Bogarde plays Simon Sparrow for the final time in this, his last in the Doctor series. Sir Lancelot is usually shouting and yelling his way round the hospital, so it surprises everyone greatly when he suddenly becomes quiet, polite and considerate. What on earth can be the matter? Has he caught a disease? Doctor Sparrow decides to investigate and finds Lancelot to be suffering from an incurable condition - he is in love! Turning to Sparrow for advice, Lancelot attempts to woo his beloved, meanwhile Sparrow’s love life is, as ever, far from quiet!

The Wicked Lady (1946)

Margaret Lockwood devours the screen as a tightly wound seventeenth-century beauty with loose morals, who steals her best friend’s wealthy fiancé on the eve of their wedding. And that’s only the beginning of this piece of pulp from director Leslie Arliss—there are no depths to which this sinful woman won’t sink. James Mason costars, and nearly steals the movie, as a highwayman with whom our antiheroine becomes entangled. This nasty, subversive treat was the most commercially successful of all the Gainsborough melodramas.

The Singing Ringing Tree (1957)

The Singing Ringing Tree (German: Das singende, klingende Bäumchen) was a children's film made by East German studio DEFA in 1957 and shown in the form of a television series by the BBC. It was a story in the style of the Brothers Grimm, directed by Francesco Stefani.

Thunder in God's Country (1951)

Thunder in God's Country is a 1951 American Western film directed by George Blair and written by Arthur E. Orloff. The film stars Rex Allen, Mary Ellen Kay, Buddy Ebsen, Ian MacDonald, Paul Harvey and Harry Lauter. The film was April 8, 1951, by Republic Pictures.

We were Rebels (2014)

A former child soldier returns home to help build South Sudan.

Panama Canal Stories (2014)

Five stories of lives impacted by the Panama Canal over the past 100 years.

Black Church, Inc.: Prophets for Profit (2014)

Filmmaker Todd Williams investigates controversial issues faced by churches.

The Man from Hell (1934)

The Man from Hell is a 1934 American western film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Reb Russell, Fred Kohler and George 'Gabby' Hayes.

Kumpanía: Flamenco Los Angeles (2011)

Kumpanía: Flamenco Los Angeles is a 2011 independent documentary film by director Katina Dunn. The film explores flamenco, including its origins in the oppressed Gypsy community in 17th-century southern Spain and also the flamenco culture of contemporary Spain. The documentary focuses specifically on a group of flamenco dancers, singers, and guitarists in Los Angeles, who are dedicated to preserving the art in its original form. "Kumpanía" is a Romani word meaning "people who travel the same territory".

River People (2008)

Two Chinese cousins (Baowa, Laba) wonder what the future holds for them as the next generation of their family's fishermen.

Curse of the Fourty-Niner (2002)

Curse of the Forty-Niner is a 2002 horror film directed by John Carl Buechler. It is known more commonly by its video title, Miner's Massacre.

Glissando (1982)

Glissando is a 1982 Romanian drama film directed by Mircea Daneliuc. The film was selected as the Romanian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 57th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

The Maiden and the Wolves (2008)

At the end of World War I, 20 year-old Angle is determined to become the first woman veterinarian.

Thavamai Thavamiruntu (2005)

Thavamai Thavamirundhu is a 2005 Tamil feature film directed by Cheran. It is a penetrating and artistic depiction of familial bond, underscored by a set of life value messages. It explores the father-son relationship, and particularly charts the travails an Indian father goes through in raising his sons. The feature was moderately received at the box office compared to Cheran's previous work, Autograph. The film won the National Film Award for Best Film on Family Welfare.

The Best of Friends (1991)

The Best of Friends is an epistolary play by Hugh Whitemore about the friendship of George Bernard Shaw, Sydney Cockerell, and Dame Laurentia McLachlan, based in the lengthy correspondence that passed between them for over 25 years. It was inspired by The Nun, the Infidel, and the Superman by Dame Felicitas Corrigan, a Benedictine nun at Stanbrook Abbey in the U.K.

Ghost of the China Sea (1958)

Ghost of the China Sea is a 1958 American war film released by Columbia Pictures co-written by Charles B. Griffith set during World War II. It was the last movie directed by Fred F. Sears who died of a heart attack in 1957.

Dark Space (2013)

Six friends get more than they bargained for when their shuttle craft crashes on an uncharted planet, leaving their location and hope of rescue in doubt.

El Perro Negro: Stories from the Spanish Civil War (2005)

The stories of lovers relate a history of the Spanish Civil War.

The Tantalizing Fly (1919)

A housefly harasses a man and his drawing.

A Symphony of Summits: The Alps from Above (2013)

A flight over Mount Blanc and the Dolomites in an aerial journey that recounts the history and geography of the Alps.

Meet the Stewarts (1942)

Meet the Stewarts is a 1942 American romantic comedy directed by Alfred E. Green, which stars William Holden and Frances Dee. It was Holden's final film prior to his entering military service for World War II, and he was granted a temporary deferment in order to complete filming. The working title of the picture was Something Borrowed.

Suicide Mission (1954)

Set in the Shetland Islands during WW II, SUICIDE MISSION is a dramatic re-creation of a North Sea crossing by a group of Norwegians delivering ammunition and soldiers to their Nazi-occupied country. Many of those who were actually part of the adventure appear in the film, lending a realistic portrayal to their mission.

Out of Print (2014)

Filmmaker Julia Marchese explores the importance of revival cinema and 35mm exhibitions at places like the New Beverly Cinema.

Plunder (1923)

Plunder is a 1923 American drama film serial directed by George B. Seitz. During the production of this serial, on August 10, 1922, John Stevenson, a stuntman for Pearl White, was killed doing a stunt from a moving bus to an elevated platform. The film survives in the UCLA Film and Television Archive and a trailer is preserved at the Library of Congress.

My Brilliant Life (2014)

My Brilliant Life is a 2014 South Korean drama film starring Song Hye-kyo and Gang Dong-won. It was co-written and directed by E J-yong based on the 2011 novel My Palpitating Life by Kim Aeran.

Nailed (2006)

Upon taking shelter in what they think is an abandoned house, two fugitives encounter a bedridden, bandaged man and his enigmatic caretaker.

Avalanche (2015)

The best nurse in a hospital is asked to take care of the hospital owner's elderly mother. Over the next 10 days the snowfall traps both women, which opens a host of unknown doors.

As Simple as That (2008)

As Simple as That is a 2008 Iranian drama film directed by Reza Mirkarimi. It won the Golden George at the 30th Moscow International Film Festival. As Simple as That marks a milestone in current Iranian cinema as a rare realist depiction of a woman from the middle class.

Aristide and the Endless Revolution (2005)

Aristide and the Endless Revolution is a 2005 feature documentary directed and produced by Nicolas Rossier about former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide and the coup d'etat that ousted him from the country in 2004. Rossier was the first media professional to get exclusive access to Aristide while in exile and the resultant interview is featured in the film, as well as interviews with many experts on Haiti, including U.S. Representative Maxine Waters, noted economist Jeffrey Sachs and Aristide's lawyer Ira J. Kurzban.

Passion Holiday (1963)

Passion Holiday is a 1963 American film written and directed by Wynn Mavis. It starred Bobbi Shaw in an early role.

How Ohio Pulled It Off (2008)

Filmmakers document evidence of election fraud in 2004 Ohio.

Scalps (1983)

Scalps is a 1983 American horror film directed by Fred Olen Ray that revolves around a vengeful Native American spirit.

Beauty For The Asking (1939)

Beauty for the Asking is a 1939 film drama produced by RKO Pictures, and starring Lucille Ball and Patric Knowles. It tells the story of Jean Russell (Ball), who becomes romantically involved with a wealthy married man (Knowles) who later spurns her. She later invents a new facial cream, and with the financial backing of her former lover's wife (Frieda Inescort), starts a business that makes her a millionaire.

Contour (2006)

After messing up an easy heist, a man resumes his old job as a tour guide, but before long his group must recover a video that will save a country.

Farewell, My Love (2000)

Farewell, My Love is a 2001 action film by Randall Fontana starring Gabrielle Fitzpatrick, Phillip Rhys, and Robert Culp.