Secuestro Express (2005)
Secuestro Express (English: Express Kidnapping) is a 2005 Venezuelan crime film directed by Jonathan Jakubowicz and starring Mía Maestro, Jean Paul Leroux and Rubén Blades. The film premiered in New York in August 2005, and it opened in other countries, including Venezuela, later that year.
Mitron is a 2018 Indian film produced by Vikram Malhotra, presented by Abundantia Entertainment and directed by Nitin Kakkar of Filmistaan fame. Set in the backdrop of the Gujarati milieu, the film traces the journey of Jay and Avni, as they set on the path of finding themselves amidst their social and cultural backgrounds. The film also stars Pratik Gandhi and Neeraj Sood in pivotal roles. The film was released on 14 September 2018. It is a remake of the successful 2016 Telugu film Pelli Choopulu.
The Easter Promise (1975)
People of a small Nebraska town are excited about the return of a woman who became a successful actress.
American Nitro (1979)
Drag racers, colorful fans and nitro-burning funny cars are seen on a busy day at Fremont (Calif.) Dragstrip.
The Common Touch (1941)
The Common Touch is a 1941 British drama film directed by John Baxter and starring Geoffrey Hibbert, Harry Welchman, Greta Gynt, and Joyce Howard. The film is a remake by the director of his 1933 film Doss House.
Pianist Mark Hambourg appears in a small role.
The Last Stand (1938)
The Last Stand is a 1938 American western film directed by Joseph H. Lewis. It is an early example of the western detective story.
The Mother and the Sea (2013)
The aging inhabitants of Vila Chã share stories of seafaring women.
Hayaty Mebahdela (2015)
A hopeless police officer spends all of his time pursuing a one sided romance with a beautiful woman.
Savage Encounter (1980)
A writer is haunted by memories of a physical assault as she and her husband attempt to start life anew in the country.
I Am Afraid (1977)
Io ho paura, internationally released as I Am Afraid, is a 1977 Italian crime-drama film directed by Damiano Damiani. It premiered at the 1977 Taormina Film Fest.
Under the Influence (1986)
An alcoholic family man (Andy Griffith) hurts his wife (Joyce Van Patten), his children, his business and himself.
Traveller's Joy (1950)
Traveller's Joy is a 1949 British comedy film directed by Ralph Thomas and starring Googie Withers, John McCallum and Maurice Denham. Based on a play by Arthur MacRae, it was the last film released by the original Gainsborough Pictures.
Sounds of Silence (1989)
A family inherits a haunted mansion in Sweden.
The Black Republic (1990)
Black Republic is a 1990 South Korean film directed by Park Kwang-su.
Rich and Poor (1983)
Un povero ricco, also known as Rich and Poor, is a 1983 Italian comedy film directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile.
I Am Potential (2015)
A father helps his blind and wheelchair-bound son overcome impossible odds.
I Am an ESP (1985)
I Am an ESP (Italian: Sono un fenomeno paranormale, also known as I'm a Paranormal Phenomenon) is a 1985 Italian comedy film written and directed by Sergio Corbucci.
Little Loopers (2015)
Hutch retires from professional golf after a violent tirade at a match. He becomes depressed and spends his days drinking until a lovely country club director asks him to coach the club's young golf team.
The Red Fury (1984)
Frankie (Juan Gonzalez) is a young Native American boy who accidentally falls off a train and winds up on the ranch of widower John Handley (William Jordan). Although John isn't pleased to have company, he learns to appreciate the youth, who is determined to tame the horse known as "Red Fury." As Frankie attempts to integrate into the community, however, he is faced with considerable prejudice, though he finds a friend in schoolteacher Amelia Andersen (Katherine Cannon).
All Blossoms Again: Pedro Costa, Director (2006)
Filmmaker Pedro Costa works on the production of "Colossal Youth."
Fatal Memories (2015)
A woman (Italia Ricci) tries to help her sister (Magda Apanowicz) remember the events surrounding the stabbing death of their mother.
Band of Keepers (2017)
A young woman joins a band of misfits to recover an inheritance, and in the process, she uncovers a family secret.
Beyond: An African Surf Documentary (2017)
Surfers living along the coast of Morocco, Western Sahara, Mauritania, Senegal and Gambia visit their home surf spots as they discuss their surfing lives.
Investigation of a Flame (2003)
Investigation of a Flame is a 2001 documentary by Lynne Sachs about the Catonsville Nine, nine Catholic activists who became known for their May 17, 1968 nonviolent act of civil disobedience in burning draft files to protest the Vietnam War.
A strange disease is plaguing the city. Hoping to escape contamination, Eva and Sam barricade themselves in their apartment.
We Blew It (2017)
Filmmaker Jean-Baptiste Thoret examines how America went from the dreams of the 1960s and 1970s to the age of Trump.
A teenage girl struggles to survive high school, a crazy boyfriend and a domineering mother.
Black and White Stripes: The Juventus Story (2016)
The story of Italy's Agnelli family and its beloved Juventus football club as the team sets out to capture an elusive gold star to avert annihilation.
Stealing Sunrise (2015)
Four criminals attempt to pull off a series of heists before retiring to a beach town.
Sea of Dust (2008)
Sea of Dust is a 2008 horror-fantasy film starring Tom Savini and Ingrid Pitt that takes its name from the boundary separating reality from religious truth, a boundary epitomized by Prester John's Sea of Dust.
Festival: A Documentary (2018)
Filmmakers follow six people as they navigate the chaos of a three-day music festival.
Life & Nothing More (2017)
As a young African-American boy in America, Andrew struggles to find his place. He desperately tries to find a connection with an absentee father. His mother is looking for something more to her life than parenthood.
Motherhood: Life's Greatest Miracle (1925)
Two women react differently to the news of their pregnancy.
A Studio Stampede (1917)
A man falls in love with the star of a movie.
A House Is Not A Home (2015)
A troubled family must overcome their demons and come together to escape a sinister entity that has turned their home into a labyrinth of death.
An Impossibly Small Object (2018)
When a Dutch photographer takes a picture of a little girl in Taipei, it evokes memories of his childhood, when he felt at home and at ease in his life. Back in the Netherlands, the photographer is confronted with his own constant loneliness.
Der Räuber Hotzenplotz (1974)
When the local police can't find the robber who attacked their grandmother, two children decide to take action.
A painter contracts for the purchase of a genetically engineered bioform designed to be his perfect mate.
A Tribute To Burt Bacharach & Hal David (2001)
Performers pay tribute to the legendary songwriter and lyricist. Featured songs include "Walk on By," "I Say a Little Prayer for You," "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" and more.
Desert Coffee (2017)
In California's poorest desert region, a colorful group of regulars and their dogs gather at Rob's internet cafe for coffee and WiFi in the last free place in America.
Chandamama is a 2007 Telugu film directed by Krishna Vamsi starring Navdeep and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles and Siva Balaji, Sindhu Menon, Nagababu in crucial roles. The movie is produced by C. Kalyan and S. Vijayanand, the musical score is provided by K. M. Radha Krishnan and the base story by Akula Venkat. Popular actress Charmme Kaur gave her voice to Kajal Aggarwal. The film has garnered the state Nandi Award for Akkineni Award for Best Home-viewing Feature Film. The film was remade under the name A Aa E Ee in Tamil by AVM Productions. The movie won critical acclaim upon release and was a blockbuster at the box office, with critics mainly praising Kajal's and Navdeep's performances.
Madam Yankelova's Fine Literature Club (2017)
Madam Yankelova’s Fine Literature Club is a 90-minute 2017 Israeli Hebrew-language independent dramatic art film directed by Guilhad Emilio Schenker, at his directorial debut.
Until First Light (2018)
A man returns to his childhood home after his brother dies.
Phantoms, Inc. (1945)
How confidence men pray on emotions and insecurities.
01:00 A.M. (1995)
Three ghost stories set in contemporary Hong Kong.
A failed soccer player gets a second chance at glory when he's mistakenly recruited by a minor league team.
House of Sweat and Tears (2018)
The tyrannical leader of a violent religious cult finds her hold over the group threatened by the arrival of a mysterious stranger.
Sukima onna (2014)
A woman discovers an evil spirit lurking within the walls of her sister's apartment.
Rudy Blue (1999)
A history teacher causes a car accident that kills his father and leaves his brother in a coma.
Napalm is the story of the overwhelming "brief meeting" in 1958 between a French member of the first Western European delegation officially invited to North Korea after the devastating Korean War (4 million civilian deaths) and a nurse from the Korean Red Cross hospital in Pyongyang, the capital of the People's Democratic Republic of Korea. The nurse Kim Kun Sun and the French delegate had only one word in common, "Napalm".
The Jackhammer Massacre is a 2004 horror film written and directed by Joe Castro, and co-written by Daniel Benton.
Hookers in a Haunted House (1999)
Three ladies of the evening encounter the ghost of a grocery store bag boy.
The Captives (2001)
A woman is abducted and tortured along with other victims. After she escapes and kills her captor, she snaps and takes over where he left off.
K.Y.E.: Kill Your Enemy (2007)
Three people are given rules to follow as they attempt to murder their enemies.
Viral Beauty (2018)
Discovered by blogger Perez Hilton, a woman gains a legion of followers as an online celebrity who battles cyberbullying. She must now wrestle with the pitfalls of fame while navigating an exciting but rocky relationship with a fitness entrepreneur.
Reanimator Academy (1992)
A brainy outcast develops a serum that allows him to bring a severed head back to life.
The Overcoat (2017)
A lonely outcast gets a glimpse of what life is like for someone who is popular.
Flick's Chicks (2010)
After a young single mother discovers she is gay, she invites five attractive women to her family beach house in hopes of finding the perfect mate.
Crime Family (2004)
Two brothers are thrown into a world of sexual slavery, drug runners and hit men.
The 36 Deadly Styles (1980)
36 Deadly Styles is a 1980 independent released martial arts film directed by Joseph Kuo starring Jack Long, Mark Long, and Hwang Jang Lee.
Teen Batti Char Raasta (1953)
Teen Batti Char Raasta is a 1953 Hindi comedy-drama film on national integration directed by V. Shantaram. The film was made under the Rajkamal Kalamandir banner and produced by Shantaram. The story and dialogue were by Diwan Sharar while the cinematography was by G. Balkrishna. With music composed by Shivram Krishna, it had lyrics by Pyare Lal Santoshi. The star cast included Karan Dewan, Sandhya, Shashikala, Nirupa Roy, Sheila Ramani, Dewan Sharar and Lalita Kumari.
The Redwoods (1967)
The Redwoods is a 1967 American short documentary film produced by Trevor Greenwood and Mark Jonathan Harris. It was produced for the Sierra Club as part of their campaign for a national park to protect the redwood forest. In 1968, it won an Oscar at the 40th Academy Awards for Documentary Short Subject.
Muscle Beach (1948)
Muscle Beach is a 1948 short documentary film directed by Joseph Strick and Irving Lerner, showing amateur athletes and bodybuilders at the original Muscle Beach in Santa Monica, California. The soundtrack consists of songs sung by Earl Robinson.
"Muscle Beach" and The Savage Eye (1959) were restored by the Academy Film Archive in 2009 and 2008, respectively. The films premiered in February 2009 at San Francisco Cinematheque.
10 Magnificent Killers (1977)
Two fighters defend their sacred training grounds from 10 assassins.
The Dragon Fighter (1990)
A small-time crook teams up with a police officer to take down a violent gangster.
The Emperor's New Clothes (1991)
Emperor Louis decides to celebrate his birthday by holding a competition, and offers a reward to the tailor who can design the finest outfit for him to wear during celebrations.
El Pantera (2018)
EL PANTERA is a documentary film that chronicles the rise of Mexican MMA star Yair Rodriguez aka El Pantera as he embarks on his journey to become the first ever Mexican born UFC Champion.
Planes with Brains (2018)
Two airplanes meet a genius robot high above the clouds.
Forêt Debussy (2016)
Forêt Debussy is a 2016 Taiwanese drama film written and directed by Kuo Cheng-chui. Starring Gwei Lun-mei and Lu Yi-ching, the film is about a mother who takes her daughter away from the city to the mountains to help her recover from a traumatic past.
An Accidental Zombie (Named Ted) (2017)
A zombie meets a hot vampire in group therapy.
Raw Footage (2005)
Devon tries to get to the root of his commitment issues by interviewing his dysfunctional family members at a reunion.
We're Still Together (2017)
Chris can’t get along with anyone. When he’s attacked in the street, Bobby, a manic single dad, jumps in. The two set out into the Montreal night together crashing parties, meeting girls, and eventually seeing Bobby’s estranged daughter - Chris soon discovers that the underside to Bobby’s charm is a self-destructive streak. Over the course of the night, as they come to know each other they try not to lose themselves.
Paradjanov: A Requiem (1994)
An absorbing portrait of one of the most colorful and revered figures in world cinema, Paradjanov: A Requiem offers an affectionate and insightful look at the tumultuous career of the late Sergei Paradjanov; artist, dissident, romantic and iconoclast.
Devaraya is a 2012 Telugu fantasy-comedy film starring Srikanth, Meenakshi Dixit and Vidisha in the lead roles directed by Nani Krishna and Produced by Kiran Jakkam Shetty & Nani Krishna. Chakri provided the music. The film was released worldwide on 7 December 2012.
The Whistle (1921)
The Whistle is a 1921 American silent drama film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by May Wilmoth, Olin Lyman and Lambert Hillyer. The film stars William S. Hart, Frank Brownlee, Myrtle Stedman, Georgie Stone, Will Jim Hatton, and Richard Headrick. The film was released in April 1921, by Paramount Pictures. A print of the film is in the Library of Congress.
Popcorn und Himbeereis (1978)
Popcorn and Ice Cream (German: Popcorn und Himbeereis) is a 1978 West German sex comedy film directed by Franz Josef Gottlieb and starring Benny Schnier, Olivia Pascal and Zachi Noy.
Bob, Verushka & the Pursuit of Happiness (2000)
A salesman falls in love with an eccentric con woman.
La Tierra Roja (2015)
Pierre's job as a foreman for a company clearing the jungle and planting pines for paper brings him into conflict with local activists and his conscience.
Belle and Sebastian, Friends for Life (2018)
Sebastian tries to protect his beloved dog Belle from her previous owner.
American Fright Fest (2018)
On Halloween night, a small town's fright festival turns real inside the walls of a long-abandoned asylum.
Keystone Hotel (1935)
See also Keystone Hotel (disambiguation)
Keystone Hotel (1935) is a two-reel comedy short subject, directed by Ralph Staub and released by the Vitaphone Corporation through Warner Bros. Pictures. Inspired by the silent comedies produced by Mack Sennett, the film reunites many of Sennett's former stars.
Calla Lily (2015)
A chance encounter with someone from her past prompts a woman to examine her current abusive relationship.
A young man in a domestic terrorist cell runs into an ex-girlfriend the day before he's supposed to plant a bomb in a stadium.
Death Blog (2014)
When a shy teenage girl starts an anonymous blog about her high school life, sinister things begin happening anyone mentioned in her posts.
The Unwilling (2007)
A hit man who specializes in dispatching cheating spouses contemplates redemption after falling in love with a single mother.
Two young boys run away from their small Romanian village to seek adventure in the big city.
Kessler's Lab (2017)
A doctor tries to save human clones from a dangerous drug experiment.
How's Your News? (1999)
Disabled reporters cross America in a hand-painted RV.
Julie: Old Time Tales of the Blue Ridge (1991)
Julie Lyon spins tales of her Appalachian childhood in North Carolina.
Noble Earth (2017)
A woman vacationing in Florence, Italy, begins a romance with an Italian nobleman. She soon becomes disenchanted by the regressive and superficial values of his elite class.
The Meaning of Life (2005)
The Meaning of Life is a 35mm animated short film, written and directed by Don Hertzfeldt in 2005. The twelve-minute film is the end result of almost four years of production and tens of thousands of drawings, single-handedly animated and photographed by Hertzfeldt.
Cage In Box Elder (2000)
A developmentally disabled man struggles to forge his own identity in a rural town.
Nebraska Supersonic (2001)
Three friends in Omaha start a bicycle courier service.
Field Notes from Dimension X: Oasis (2009)
A gray-haired captain becomes stranded on a lonely planet.
Strange Fruit (2002)
Teacher in the Bronx writes a poem after seeing a lynching.
Brotherly Love (1936)
A vindictive prison guard gets a mild-mannered prisoner assigned to the prison football team in an effort to make him look foolish.
Attack of the Super Monsters (1983)
Dinosaurs reappear on Earth to terrorize mankind.
A man's dark past starts haunting him in the present.
A gang leader chooses his sister to replace him while he's in jail.
Grandma Moses (1950)
The life and work of the folk artist.