Disobedience: The Sousa Mendes Story (2008)

Aristides de Sousa Mendes, the Portuguese Consul General stationed in Bordeaux, France, during World War II defies orders from his government and issues more than 30,000 visas to people fleeing the Holocaust.

Tuesday, After Christmas (2010)

One of the central figures to emerge from the cinema of the Romanian New Wave, director Radu Muntean has created in TUESDAY, AFTER CHRISTMAS a tense, emotionally resonant drama about a middle-aged man caught between his commitment to his family and his affair with a younger woman.

Virgin Margarida (2012)

Women endure re-education camps in Mozambique.

Mommy's Little Monster (2012)

A serial killer wrestles with his murderous impulses while a traumatized child experiences a psychotic break.

Derby Baby: A Story of Love, Addiction and Rink Rash (2012)

Women from around the globe lace up their skates to compete in the first roller derby world cup.

Big Business (1937)

Big Business is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Frank R. Strayer and starring Jed Prouty, Shirley Deane and Spring Byington. It was part of Twentieth Century Fox's Jones Family series of films. The film's art direction was by Chester Gore. The Jones Family invest in an oil well.

The House In Marsh Road (1960)

The House in Marsh Road, also known as Invisible Creature, is a 1960 British suspense film directed by Montgomery Tully and starring Tony Wright, Patricia Dainton and Sandra Dorne. It is based on the novel of the same name by Laurence Meynell.

Porkchop II: Rise of the Rind (2011)

Teens are slaughtered by a deranged killer wearing a pig mask.

Eyes Of The Chameleon (2005)

A erial iller s oose n egas. an et. undi nact ustice?

Mexican Slayride (1967)

Mexican Slayride (French: Coplan ouvre le feu à Mexico, Italian: Moresque - Obiettivo allucinante, Spanish: Entre las redes) is a 1967 Eurospy film directed by Riccardo Freda and starring Lang Jeffries. It is based on the Paul Kenny's novel Coplan fait peau neuve and it is the fifth chapter in the Francis Coplan film series.

No Trace (1998)

A group of friends panics when a young woman dies at a party.

Sweepstake Annie (1935)

Sweepstake Annie is a 1935 American comedy film directed by William Nigh and starring Tom Brown, Marian Nixon and Wera Engels.

Teenage Strangler (1964)

Teen-Age Strangler is a 1964 crime drama film directed by Ben Parker. It was made in Huntington, West Virginia. It exploits the popular concern with Juvenile delinquency of the American Cold War period. It was re-released in black & white in 1990, resulting in local screenings, newspaper writeups, and cast reunions. It was featured on a Season 5 episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K). Actor John Humphreys, who played the role of "Mikey" appeared at the MST3K first Conventio-Con in September, 1994.

Call It Luck (1934)

Call It Luck is a 1934 American comedy film directed by James Tinling and written by Dudley Nichols and Lamar Trotti. The film stars Pat Paterson, Herbert Mundin, Charles Starrett, Gordon Westcott, Georgia Caine and Theodore von Eltz. The film was released on June 1, 1934, by Fox Film Corporation.

Catch My Soul (1974)

Catch My Soul is a 1974 film produced by Jack Good and Richard M. Rosenbloom, and directed by Patrick McGoohan. It was an adaptation of Good's stage musical of the same title, which itself was loosely adapted from William Shakespeare's Othello. It was not a critical success.

The Sky Spider (1931)

Three brothers fly U.S. mail through romance and danger, including murder.

Project Happiness (2011)

Project Happiness is a 2011 documentary film created, narrated, and produced by Randy Taran and directed by John Sorenson. The documentary follows students on three continents as they search for the meaning of "lasting happiness".

Good Morning, Judge (1943)

Good Morning, Judge is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Jean Yarbrough and starring Dennis O'Keefe, Louise Allbritton and Mary Beth Hughes. When a songwriter is sued for plagiarism, he falls in love with the female lawyer acting against him.

Fraternity Massacre at Hell Island (2007)

The pledges of Zeta Alpha Rho fraternity are left on an island with a killer clown.

Picasso (1985)

Filmmaker Didier Baussy profiles the artist, examining his work and the places he lived and painted.

I Heart U (2014)

A marriage is all fun and games until people start to lose body parts.

Masks and Memories (1934)

Julie (Lillian Roth), Bob (Weldon Heyburn) and Queenie (Queenie Smith) entice Uncle Andy out of his house for the first time in many years to attend a ball.

Mexican Manhunt (1953)

Mexican Manhunt is a 1953 American crime film directed by Rex Bailey and starring George Brent, Hillary Brooke and Morris Ankrum. The screenplay concerns a Los Angeles-based author who travels to Mexico to search for a celebrated journalist who disappeared there many years before.

20,000 Cheers for the Chain Gang (1933)

Four convicts escape from a prison before changes are made for a blue ribbon commission inspection. When the escapees learn prisoners eat steak every night and have stage shows, they beg the warden to take them back in.

Westward Passage (1932)

Westward Passage is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Robert Milton and starring Ann Harding, Laurence Olivier, ZaSu Pitts and Irving Pichel. A woman falls in love and marries, but soon discovers how unpleasant her new husband is. The film marked Olivier's second major role in the United States. It was not a commercial or critical success, and Olivier did not make another film in America until 1939 when he starred in Wuthering Heights. The film recorded a loss of $250,000.

Exit 38 (2006)

An elite unit of FBI agents hunts a vampire in a small Nevada town to stop him from completing an ancient ritual that will give him unlimited power.

Mai (2013)

Mai is a 2013 Hindi film which marks the debut of veteran singer Asha Bhosle as a lead actress. The film is a family drama of how children abandon their ailing old parents. The film is also debut directorial venture of Mahesh Kodiyal.

Broken Harvest (1994)

After the death of his mother, an Irish emigrant in New York remembers stories from the past in Ireland. These are stories of the rivalry between two men, who not only vied for the love of the same woman, but who also stood on opposing sides during the struggle for Irish independence around 1920. Their differences are never quite forgotten, and the feud between them flares up again in the 1950s.

Undefeated (2011)

Chronicles three underprivileged students from inner-city Memphis and their volunteer coach who tries to help them beat the odds on and off the field.

Desi Romeos (2012)

Desi Romeos is a 2012 Punjabi film produced by Babbu Maan, starring Babbu Maan, Harjit Harman ,Shilpa Dhar, Bhupinder Gill, Jasprem Dhillon, Raavi Bal in lead roles.

Baat Ban Jaye (1986)

Baat Ban Jaye is a 1986 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Bharat Rangachary, starring Sanjeev Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty, Utpal Dutt, Raj Babbar, Zeenat Aman, Amol Palekar, Aruna Irani and Shakti Kapoor.This film is Inspired from the 1964 Hollywood film "What a way to go".

The Gift (2003)

The Gift is a 2003 documentary film by filmmaker Louise Hogarth documenting the phenomenon of deliberate HIV infection; bugchasing. The film follows the stories of two "bug chasers" who are seeking "the gift" of HIV infection. Interviews are also conducted with AIDS activist and author, Walt Odets, PhD, and HIV positive and negative men. The film explores the normalization and glamorization of HIV/AIDS and discusses the isolation and division caused by HIV status in the gay community.

Haiti Untold (2012)

Famous and not-so-famous people put their heads together to effect radical changes in Haiti after the earthquake in 2010.

The Pink Phink (1964)

A house painter can't understand why everything he paints blue turns pink. Little does he guess that the Pink Panther is repainting all his work.

R&B Chick (2008)

Sterling travels to Los Angeles to make her dreams of becoming an R&B singer come true. She ends up living out of her car until a music producer makes her ambitions possible.

Animalympics (1980)

Animalympics is a 1980 animated film produced by Lisberger Studios and released by Warner Bros.. It was the third animated feature film presented with Dolby sound. Originally commissioned by the NBC network as two separate specials, it spoofs the Summer and Winter Olympic Games, and features the voices of Billy Crystal, Gilda Radner, Harry Shearer and Michael Fremer.

Coming Forth by Day (2013)

Two women take care of their sick man.

The Bench (2000)

The Bench (Danish: Bænken) is a 2000 Danish drama film directed by Per Fly.

From Nurse To Worse (1940)

From Nurse To Worse is the 49th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1940 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges. The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Loco Boy Makes Good (1942)

Loco Boy Makes Good is the 60th short subject 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.

Candidate for Murder (1962)

The professional killer Kersten arrives in England and is hired by Donald Edwards to murder his wife Helene. But Helene's lover Robert Vaughan discovers the plot and he trails Kersten and Edwards to a country cottage.

Special Ops (2010)

Attacked by terrorists, an abandoned American soldier (A.J. Draven) fights to survive.

Stick To Your Guns (1941)

Stick to Your Guns is a 1941 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by J. Benton Cheney. The film stars William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Brad King, Jennifer Holt, Dick Curtis, Weldon Heyburn and Henry Hall. The film was released on September 17, 1941, by Paramount Pictures.

Bicycling With Moliere (2013)

Bicycling with Molière (French: Alceste à bicyclette) is a 2013 French comedy-drama film directed by Philippe Le Guay. In January 2014, the film received three nominations at the 39th César Awards.

The Dawn (2006)

A group of students singed up for a college credit course about indigineous cultures at a rural retreat. But, when darkness falls, the students find out that the curriculum also included their bloody deaths. Terror begins when darkness reigns and survival depends on staying alive until......The Dawn.

The Boat (1921)

The Boat is a 1921 American two-reel silent comedy film written and directed by and starring Buster Keaton. The International Buster Keaton Society takes its name, The Damfinos, from this film.

Bowling (2012)

Four women team up to stop the local maternity ward from closing.

Unsolved Suburbia (2010)

Marty, a quirky high school senior who acts straight during the week and gay on the weekends, helps his friend Jake investigate who might have put a hit out on the gay lover of their friend Thomas.

Born to Suffer (2010)

A group of women is so generous that each competes to see who can be the most helpful.

Island Rescue (1951)

Appointment with Venus is a 1951 film adaptation of the Jerrard Tickell novel of the same name. It was directed by Ralph Thomas, produced by Betty E. Box and its screenplay was written by the novelist Nicholas Phipps. The film was based on the evacuation of Alderney cattle from the Channel Island during World War II. In the United States the film was re-titled Island Rescue.

Piaf: Her Story, Her Songs (2003)

Remembrances of those who knew the French singer (Raquel Bitton) and her lyrics describe the life of Edith Piaf.

The Middle Course (1961)

A small town in France must adopt ingenious methods to cope with occupying German forces. A Canadian pilot crashes nearby and is invaluable in helping the villagers fight their own private war.

The Border Patrolman (1936)

The Border Patrolman is a 1936 American film directed by David Howard.

As We Forgive (2008)

Two Rwandan women confront the men who killed their family.

Shadows of the Past (2009)

Hoping to exorcize the demons of his past, an Australian cowboy (Marcus Pointon) decides to take another ride on the infamous bull that ended his rodeo career.

Babe's and Ricky's Inn (2013)

Babe's & Ricky's Inn is a documentary film directed by Ramin Niami about the famed blues club, Babe's & Rickey's Inn. The film premiered April 5, 2013 at Laemmle Monica in Santa Monica, California.

Snuf de Hond in Oorlogstijd (2008)

A young man (Tom van Kalmthout) bonds with a German shepherd while trying to protect his girlfriend from the Nazis.

Kill Squad (1982)

Kill Squad is a 1982 American martial arts action film written and directed by Patrick G. Donahue and starring Jean Glaudé, Cameron Mitchell .

Killer from Above (1977)

Kung fu masters band together to battle a mysterious, deadly fighter.

Virgin Beasts (1991)

Twisted animation is combined with live action footage in this bizarre sci-fi comedy from Australian animater Toby Zoates.

The Raftman's Razor (2005)

Two teenage boys follow a superhero's story.

Pandora's Promise (2013)

Pandora's Promise is a 2013 documentary film about the nuclear power debate, directed by Robert Stone. Its central argument is that nuclear power, which still faces historical opposition from environmentalists, is a relatively safe and clean energy source which can help mitigate the serious problem of anthropogenic global warming. In fact, according to records at the Paul Scherrer Institut in Villigen (Canton of Aargau), Switzerland, nuclear power has never caused a death in an OECD country. According to the report that UNSCEAR presented to the UN General Assembly in 2011, concerning Chernobyl, that accident was responsible for 46 deaths. So nuclear power is not just "relatively safe," it is the safest-ever way to make electricity, by a very wide margin. The title is derived from the ancient Greek myth of Pandora, who released numerous evils into the world, yet as the movie's tagline recalls: "At the bottom of the box she found hope."

Faunovo velmi pozdní odpoledne (1983)

The Very Late Afternoon of a Faun is a 1983 Czechoslovak comedy film adapted from the Jiří Brdečka 1966 novel of the same name; directed by Věra Chytilová. This was Chytilová's only post Soviet invasion collaboration with screenwriter Ester Krumbachová.

Sundown Trail (1931)

Sundown Trail is a 1931 American pre-Code western film written and directed by Robert F. Hill. The film stars Tom Keene, Marion Shilling, Nick Stuart, Hooper Atchley and Stanley Blystone. The film was released on September 11, 1931, by RKO Pictures. This film is preserved in the Library of Congress collection.

Valley of the Giants (1938)

Valley of the Giants is a 1938 American adventure film directed by William Keighley and written by Seton I. Miller and Michael Fessier. It is based on the novel The Valley of the Giants by Peter B. Kyne. The film stars Wayne Morris, Claire Trevor, Frank McHugh, Alan Hale Sr., Donald Crisp and Charles Bickford. The film was released by Warner Bros. on September 17, 1938.

The Red Machine (2009)

Washington DC, 1935: At the height of the Great Depression, a cool-as-ice Navy spy (Lee Perkins) and a hotheaded thief (Donal Thoms-Cappello), are forced to work together to steal a top-secret new Japanese code machine.

Explode for Me (2012)

Vincent Di Bona (Jeff Dinnell), an eccentric director, starts the most important project of his life with his protege, Kelly Wind (Cameron McCarty).

The Gorbals Story (1950)

An artist reflects upon the events of his childhood days in a Scottish slum district that influenced his life.

Strippers (2000)

An out-of-work executive seeks comfort from his best friend (Jorge Ameer) after con men deplete his bank account.

Troubadour Blues (2011)

Well-traveled singer-songwriters perform their music and discuss audiences, songwriting and life.

Pleasant Days (2002)

Released from prison, Peter moves in with his sister, Maria. They share a close relationship, but it becomes strained when he gets involved with her best friend.

Silent Partner (1944)

Silent Partner is a 1944 American thriller film directed by George Blair and written by Dane Lussier and Gertrude Walker. Starring William "Bill" Henry, Beverly Lloyd, Grant Withers, Ray Walker, Joan Blair and Roland Drew, the film was released on June 9, 1944, by Republic Pictures.

The Grasshopper (1955)

The Grasshopper (Russian: Попрыгунья, translit. Poprygunya) is a 1955 Soviet drama film directed by Samson Samsonov based on a short story of the same title by Anton Chekhov. It was nominated for a BAFTA award for Best Film in 1957. The lead character is said to be based on Sofia Kuvshinnikova who although married to another was until 1890 living with the painter Isaac Levitan in the town of Plyos where Sofia was improving her painting skills. Chekhov wrote The Grasshopper shortly after this time when the couple had returned. Chekhov was a close friend of Sofia's and may have had strong affections for her. The story was a way of criticizing her betrayal, both of him and her innocent husband, and created a small scandal. According to the memoirs of Chekhov's brother, Mikhail, the situation almost led to a duel with Levitan, but it was avoided thanks to the intercession of a mutual friend, Tatiana Shchepkina-Kupernik.

Dune Warriors (1990)

After the end of the civilized world, a drought-ridden Earth is besieged by bands of outlaws, led by the evil William (Luke Askew, The Warrior & The Sorceress), who prey upon the small cities in a hope to obtain any water they might possess.

Challenge to White Fang (1974)

The Return of White Fang (Italian: Il ritorno di Zanna Bianca) is a 1974 sequel to White Fang. Both films were directed by Lucio Fulci as part of a trend of films inspired by Call of the Wild (1972), which was a surprise hit in Italy. Two German productions in this trend were Hellhounds of Alaska and Cry of the Black Wolves, both directed by Harald Reinl.

The Adults in the Room (2010)

A filmmaker reflects on his relationship with an older man during his teen years.

The Judge (2005)

A judge (Peter Gantzler) deals with political fallout from a courtroom incident and the unwanted return of his teenage son.

Guilty Trails (1938)

Guilty Trails is a 1938 American Western film written and directed by George Waggner. The film stars Bob Baker, Marjorie Reynolds, Wally Wales, Georgia O'Dell, Jack Rockwell and Carleton Young. The film was released on October 21, 1938, by Universal Pictures.

Gun Justice (1933)

Gun Justice is a 1933 American Western film directed by Alan James and written by Robert Quigley. The film stars Ken Maynard, Cecilia Parker, Hooper Atchley, Walter Miller, William Gould and Jack Rockwell. The film was released on December 11, 1933, by Universal Pictures.

The Woman Who Touched the Legs (1960)

A writer named Gomu (Eiji Funakoshi) and a police detective named Heita (Hajime Hana) are both drawn to an attractive female pickpocket (Machiko Kyo) who is fleecing fellow travelers on board an express train to the countryside. The cop, who is on vacation, falls in love with her despite her criminal reputation, while Gomu comes to her aid after her money is stolen by another pickpocket. Neither man can resist following the lady to her ultimate destination -- a remote village near an air base.

Doctors of the Dark Side (2011)

Doctors of the Dark Side is the first feature length documentary about the pivotal role of physicians and psychologists in detainee torture.

Blame (2010)

Blame is a 2010 Australian thriller drama film starring Damian De Montemas, Sophie Lowe, Kestie Morassi, Ashley Zukerman, Simon Stone and Mark Leonard Winter. It was directed by first time feature film director, Michael Henry. The film had a limited release in Australia on 16 June 2011.

Brooklyn Boheme (2012)

Spike Lee, Chris Rock, Branford Marsalis, Rosie Perez and others discuss the black arts movement that exploded in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, from the mid-1980s through the '90s.

The Malibu Beach Vampires (1991)

Women inject a congressman, a military man and a preacher with a truth serum in order to reveal their mistresses.

The Rose King (1986)

A mentally unstable woman (Magdalena Montezuma) and her son move to a sprawling mansion in Portugal to grow roses.

From Nashville With Music (1969)

A New York City couple on vacation in Tennessee gets involved in the star-studded world of the Grand Ole Opry.

Buddha Heads (2002)

An ex-convict (Calvin Jung) tries to convince his younger brother (Eddie Mui) to quit a vicious gang.

Scientists Under Attack: Genetic Engineering in the Magnetic Field of Money (2009)

Agro-Chemical corporations victimize international scientists to prevent them from publishing scary findings.

The Shamrock Handicap (1926)

An Irish horseman (Leslie Fenton) must leave behind the woman (Janet Gaynor) who loves him when his boss is forced to sell most of his racehorses to an American.

In Search of Lovecraft (2008)

In Search of Lovecraft is a 2008 American horror film that was directed and written by David J. Hohl. The film stars Renee Sweet as an unfulfilled reporter that comes face to face with nightmares from early 20th-century horror writer H. P. Lovecraft's work. It premiered at the 2008 H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival.

Private Property (1960)

Two homicidal drifters (played to creepy perfection by Warren Oates and Corey Allen) wander off the beach and into the seemingly-perfect Los Angeles home of unhappy housewife Kate Manx, in this long-lost California noir written & directed by THE OUTER LIMITS creator Leslie Stevens. Lensed in stunning B&W by master cameraman Ted McCord (THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE), PRIVATE PROPERTY is both an eerie, Jim Thompson-esque thriller and a savage critique of the hollowness of the Playboy-era American Dream. Warren Oates delivers his first screen performance here, years before he emerged in THE WILD BUNCH and TWO-LANE BLACKTOP as one of the finest character actors of his generation; his bizarre Lennie-and-George relationship with the underrated Corey Allen (James Dean's hot rod rival in REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE) is fueled by a barely-suppressed homoerotic tension. Director Stevens (a protégé of Orson Welles) and lead actress Manx were married at the time, and the film was shot in their home; several years later, Manx tragically committed suicide and her fragile spirit seems to hang over the film.

Goth (2003)

Goth is a 2003 American horror film directed by Brad Sykes.The film starring Phoebe Dollar, Laura Reilly, Dave Stann, Larry Sprock and Todd Livingston in the lead roles.

Ikland (2012)

The Ik people live and survive in northern Uganda.

Hour Of The Assassin (1987)

Hour of the Assassin (also known as Spanish: A merénylet órája, Spanish: Misión en los Andes) is a 1987 action–drama film starring Erik Estrada, Robert Vaughn, Alfredo Álvarez Calderón, Orlando Sacha, Reynaldo Arenas, and Lourdes Berninzon. The film was directed by Luis Llosa Urquidi and written by Matt Leipzig. Hour of the Assassin was executive produced by Roger Corman.

Bmx Bandits (1983)

BMX Bandits is a 1983 Australian adventure crime drama film starring Nicole Kidman.

Submerged Queer Spaces (2012)

Urban archaeologists examine the history of San Francisco's gay community.

The Gathering Storm (1974)

The Gathering Storm is a 1974 British/American television biopic film, about Winston Churchill's life in the years just prior to, and at the start of, World War II, from 1936 to 1940.

Too White for Me (1992)

Sello "Chicco" Twala is a study in contrasts: He's a black music star in South Africa who is richer than many of the whites but cannot vote due to apartheid. Iconic filmmaker Nick Broomfield follows Chicco as he faces upheavals in both his personal and professional lives -- his brother has recently been murdered, so Sello goes about planning the funeral. Meanwhile, a concert featuring Tracy Chapman may not happen due to white backers' refusal to pay black and white musicians the same rates.

Bane (2008)

Imprisoned in an underground cell, four women become part of a madman's gruesome experiment.

Killer Instinct (1992)

Killer Instinct, also called Homicidal Impulse, is a 1992 film written and directed by David Tausik.