Eye of the Leopard (2006)

Eye Of The Leopard, is a 2006 nature documentary film by National Geographic Channel that shows the journey, life, and growth of a young leopard cub named Legadema. The film is narrated by Jeremy Irons, who also voiced Scar in Disney's 1994 animated film The Lion King. Irons would later narrate The Last Lions, a 2011 National Geographic documentary film.

Boy (1969)

Boy (少年, Shōnen) is a 1969 Japanese film directed by Nagisa Oshima, starring Tetsuo Abe, Akiko Koyama and Fumio Watanabe.

Drive In (2000)

A man is confined to a room across from a drive-in theater that only shows horror movies. When he finally escapes, he goes on a killing spree.

The Passaic Textile Strike (1926)

The Passaic Textile Strike is a 1926 American silent film directed by Samuel Russak and produced by Alfred Wagenknecht. The film was produced to raise public awareness and financial support for the 1926 Passaic Textile Strike, which involved over 15,000 New Jersey textile mill workers in a work stoppage lasting more than a year. Although in good part a fictional melodrama, The Passaic Textile Strike is regarded as important by film historians both for its documentary footage and for the fact that it is one of the only early American labor films to have been preserved largely intact.

Iron Fist Pillage (2001)

A man must stop evil forces from turning his crew into wimps that sing show tunes.

The Gallant Fool (1933)

As part of Rainey's circus, Dad Denton returns to the town where he is supposedly wanted for murder. When his old enemy McDonald spots him with out his clown makeup, he sets his men up to murder him during his high wire act at the next performance.

Gimme Skelter (2007)

A man who believes he's Charles Manson's son goes on a killing spree to get his father's attention.

The Power of the Press (1928)

Cub reporter Clem Rogers wants a "big scoop" more than anything else in life. Alas, he stumbles onto a hot news story that implicates his sweetheart Jane Atwill, daughter of mayor candidate Atwill, in a murder. Putting his job and his future on the line, Clem endeavors to help Jane prove her innocence, and together they begin to see a connection between the murder of the district attorney and the political ambitions of her father's political rival.

My Little Pony Live! The World's Biggest Tea Party (2008)

My Little Pony Live: The World's Biggest Tea Party is a 2005 musical based on the My Little Pony franchise by Hasbro. The musical is produced by VEE Corporation under the direction of Richard D. Thompson and Vincent E. Egan. The musical first began in October 2006 and later concluded its performance in 2008. The musical was released on DVD by Paramount Home Entertainment on September 16, 2008, officially recorded live At The Kodak (now Dolby) Theater with the direction by David Stern.

Mock Up on Mu (2008)

Mock Up on Mu is a 2008 science fiction collage film directed by American experimental filmmaker Craig Baldwin. The film develops a fictionalized continuation of the story of L. Ron Hubbard, Jack Parsons, and Marjorie Cameron. Baldwin assembled it mostly from found footage but began introducing more original live-action footage than in earlier projects.

Adrenalin (1996)

Once jailed for slaying a terrorist, a former policeman (Til Schweiger) must rescue his kidnapped daughter (Lena Gryczka) from others.

Rhythm and Blues Revue (1955)

Rhythm and Blues Revue is a 1955 American concert film directed by Joseph Kohn and Leonard Reed.

Men in Orbit (1979)

Two chain-smoking astronauts are seen in a run-down New York City living room that has been transformed into a spacecraft.

Edge of Obedience (2017)

Artist Ahmad Zakii Anwar raises eyebrows for painting nude figures and other taboo subjects in his homeland of Malaysia.

Life of the Party (2017)

Life of the Party is a 2017 Australian independent Comedy/Suspense film directed and produced by Michael Budd it represents Budd's second feature film. The film stars Budd, Holly Brisley, Christopher Kirby and Georgia Chara and Damian Sommerlad. It premiered on 17 July 2017 in Australia and on 14 September 2018 at the Arena Cinelounge Sunset Los Angeles in the U.S. state of California. The film was shot completely in Sydney, Mosman.

Morning, Noon & Night (2018)

MORNING, NOON & NIGHT explores a day-in-the-life of six people battling different addictions. The characters feel all too familiar as they could be your neighbor, your family or even yourself. The film functions as a mirror as it examines three college students, a history teacher, a lawyer and a top executive as they struggle to make it through a single day.

A Very Nutty Christmas (2018)

A bakery owner has more cookie orders than she has time to fill this holiday season, and when her boyfriend suddenly breaks up with her, any shred of Christmas joy she had inside immediately disappears.Then, she meets a handsome soldier who may actually be a nutcracker that has come to life. Together, they rediscover the magic of Christmas.

Ride or Die (2005)

When their sister is killed by a band of outlaws, a group of sexy female gunslingers are gathered to avenge the death of one of their own. As the tension hits a fever pitch, the girls will do whatever it takes to right the wrong that has been done. War has been declared and with their backs up against the wall, it's Ride or Die!

Back to Nothing (2016)

A group of urban nomads travels from ruin to ruin.

Savage Roses (2002)

A Latina woman is torn between her Bronx gang and the woman she loves.

Razor's Ring (2008)

Two stoners encounter a group of cannibals.

Knocking (2006)

Knocking is a 2006 documentary film directed by Joel Engardio and Tom Shepard that focuses on the civil liberties fought for by Jehovah's Witnesses. It focuses primarily on the stories of three Jehovah's Witnesses, and how their lives demonstrate three fundamental Witness teachings that have affected society in general: Conscientious objection, and rejection of blood transfusions and saluting the flag. Knocking explored how the unpopular religion of Jehovah's Witnesses played a major role in First Amendment history, setting Supreme Court precedents that expanded individual liberties for all Americans. In interviews, director Joel Engardio said Knocking is not about the theology of Jehovah's Witnesses but instead uses the religion as a case study to examine how disparate and disagreeable groups can hold their unique beliefs without marginalizing or limiting the freedom of others. "We may not be each others' cup of tea," Engardio said on NPR, "but tolerance allows a variety of kettles to peacefully share the stove." Knocking won several film festival awards including Best Documentary at the USA Film Festival and was covered in Newsweek, USA Today and newspapers across the United States. Entertainment Weekly named it "What to Watch." Knocking was broadcast in the United States on PBS. It was also broadcast in Australia, Canada, Greece and Israel. Knocking was released on DVD in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian and Korean.

Alias Jimmy Valentine (1920)

Alias Jimmy Valentine is a 1920 American silent film crime drama starring Bert Lytell, directed by Edmund Mortimer and Arthur Ripley, and released through Metro Pictures. The film was based on a 1910 stage play by Paul Armstrong, which in turn was based on the short story "A Retrieved Reformation" by O. Henry. An earlier version of the play was filmed in 1915, and a later version, also called Alias Jimmy Valentine (1928) and starring William Haines, was produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

The Night They Robbed Big Bertha's (1975)

An eggheaded do-gooder targets an illegal massage parlor on a busy night.

Maddened by His Absence (2012)

Jacques leaves France after his son is killed in an accident, and he returns nine years later for his father's funeral.

The Journey of the Lion (1992)

A Jamaican Rastafarian searches three continents for his identity and his roots.

Little Secrets (2002)

Emily Lindstrom, a gifted 14-year-old violinist, skips summer camp in order to prepare for an audition with the prestigious San Francisco Youth Orchestra. Emily has also set up a side business as a "secret keeper", charging a 50-cent fee to share and keep the neighborhood children's secrets. She soon discovers, however, that there is a price to keeping secrets that can't be measured in coins.

Prison on Fire (1987)

Prison on Fire is a 1987 Hong Kong prison film directed by Ringo Lam and starring Chow Yun-fat and Tony Leung Ka-fai about the friendship of two inmates of a Hong Kong prison and their conflicts with the prison guards and other prisoners/triad members. The film was followed by a sequel in the 1991's Prison on Fire II.

One Revolution (2011)

Paraplegic Chris Waddell attempts to scale Mount Kilimanjaro with a specially designed handcycle.

The Act (1984)

Political conniving leads to an overly complicated heist.

Final Mission (1984)

A former Los Angeles SWAT team member (Richard Young) continues his feud with a traitor from wartime Laos.

Soledad (1947)

An Argentinian maid secretly marries her employer, but he leaves her soon after to marry a rich woman.

And the Winner Is... (2009)

A small town reinvents the election process by choosing its mayor through a pageant-style event. Behind-the-scenes cameras capture all the scheming and backstabbing, as the participants battle to win.

Here and There (2010)

Here and There (Serbian: Тамо и овде; translit. Tamo i ovde) is a Serbian film which was premiered at the Belgrade Film Festival FEST 2009. Starring David Thornton and Branislav Trifunović with supporting turns from Cyndi Lauper, Mirjana Karanović, Jelena Mrđa and Antone Pagan. Cyndi Lauper wrote and recorded a song for the Here and There soundtrack.

Burning Gold (1936)

Burning Gold is a 1936 American drama film directed by Sam Newfield and starring William Boyd, Judith Allen and Lloyd Ingraham. It is a modern-day western about a World War I veteran who becomes a wildcat prospector for oil and enjoys a major strike. The film's sets were designed by art director Lewis J. Rachmil. It was made as a B movie by the Poverty Row company Winchester Productions and was distributed by Republic Pictures in the US and British Lion in the United Kingdom. Famed in his Western role of Hopalong Cassidy, Bill Boyd appeared in three 1936 films of non Western genre for Winchester Productions, all produced by George A. Hirliman, directed by Sam Newfield, and released by Republic Pictures. The other films were Federal Agent and Go-Get-'Em, Haines.

Desperation Boulevard (1998)

Desperation Boulevard is a 1998 American film written and directed by Greg Glienna.

Caprice (1967)

Caprice is a 1967 DeLuxe Color comedy-thriller film directed by Frank Tashlin starring Doris Day and Richard Harris. This film and In Like Flint (1967) were the last movies made in CinemaScope, with most studios moving to Panavision and other widescreen processes.

Resurrection Mary (2005)

Shawn (Jason Ryan Lovett) has to defeat a beautiful spirit dressed in white to save the soul of his fiance Amy (Rebecca Shea).

Scandal Sheet (1985)

Scandal Sheet is a 1985 American made-for-television drama film directed by David Lowell Rich and starring Burt Lancaster. The film first aired on ABC on January 21, 1985.

El sátiro (1981)

When a painter agrees to take care of a friend's daughter, the girl is kidnapped at the airport and tries to escape.

Seven Wonders Of The World (1956)

Seven Wonders of the World is a 1956 film in Cinerama. Lowell Thomas searches the world for natural and man made wonders and invites the audience to try to update the ancient Greek list of the "Wonders of the World".

Tobruk (2008)

Tobruk is a 2008 film written and directed by Václav Marhoul and starring Jan Meduna and Petr Vanek. It is an adaptation of the classic American Civil War novel The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane, but transfers the action to North Africa during World War II.

Perry Mason: The Case of the Shooting Star (1986)

Actor Robert McCay (Joe Penny) intends to shoot talk-show host Steve Carr (Alan Thicke) with a gun filled with blanks on live television as a publicity stunt. However, when McCay pulls the prank, the gun is loaded with live ammo and he unknowingly kills Carr. Master lawyer Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) comes out of retirement to defend McCay with the aid of his secretary, Della Street (Barbara Hale). Mason and investigator Paul Drake Jr. (William Katt) try to determine who wanted Carr dead.

Old Explorers (1990)

Two armchair adventurers (Jose Ferrer, James Whitmore) indulge in searches for lost treasures and the city of Atlantis.

Arabia 3D (2011)

An Arabian film student showcases his society's development through history.

Blue Money (1985)

Larry Gormley is a cab driver with dreams of stardom and on one special day, fate steps in. A passenger leaves a large quantity of banknotes in the back of his cab and Larry decides to take the money and run away. His action propels him on a helter-skelter journey of bizarre and hilarious encounters, backed by a fine selection of songs.

Target (2011)

In 2020, a group of wealthy Muscovites travel to an abandoned astrophysical complex which may have enough power to detain the aging process.

The Graveyard Story (1991)

An old doctor (John Ireland) finds a kidnapped girl's gravesite; a detective and a newswoman find out more.

Dear Summer Sister (1972)

A teenager searches for an Okinawan youth who might be her half-brother.

Viva Las Nowhere (2001)

Frank Jacobs operates the Middle O’America Motel and dreams of making it big as a country singer. Unfortunately for him, he lives in the motel with his extremely uptight and haughty wife, Helen. Frank’s luck changes when local country legend Roy Baker and his sidekick vocalist, Julie, ride into town to perform a show. The two have a bust-up and Frank saves the day and rescues the lovely blonde. From here the story takes on more twists and turns as Frank desperately tries to save the day.

Crackerjack (2002)

Crackerjack is a 2002 Australian comedy film starring Mick Molloy, Bill Hunter, Frank Wilson, Monica Maughan, Samuel Johnson, Lois Ramsay, Bob Hornery, Judith Lucy, John Clarke and Denis Moore.

Ivan Vasilievich: Back To The Future (1973)

Ivan Vasilievich Changes Profession (Russian: Иван Васильевич меняет профессию, translit. Ivan Vasilyevich menyayet professiyu) is a Soviet comic science fiction film directed by Leonid Gaidai in 1973. In the United States the film has sometimes been sold under the title Ivan Vasilievich: Back to the Future. This film is based on the play Ivan Vasilievich by Mikhail Bulgakov and was one of the most attended movies in the Soviet Union in 1973 with more than 60 million tickets sold.

Dancing With Crime (1947)

A dance hall is the front for black marketeers who are exposed by a resourceful taxi driver, as he investigates the death of an army friend. Featuring Dirk Bogarde’s film debut as a bobby on the beat.

You Will Be My Son (2011)

You Will Be My Son (French: Tu seras mon fils), is a French film directed by Gilles Legrand. It is co-written by Legrand, Sandrine Cayron, and Delphine de Vigan, and stars Niels Arestrup and Lorànt Deutsch in the main roles. It was released in France on August 24, 2011.

Crawler (2009)

A construction worker (Deke Richards) and his crew contend with a killer bulldozer.

The Dead One (1961)

The Dead One, also known as Blood of the Zombie, is a 1961 independent film created and directed by Barry Mahon. It starred John McKay and Linda Ormond.

This Man Is Dangerous (1953)

Cet homme est dangereux/This Man is Dangerous is a French film adaptation of Peter Cheyney's novel This Man is Dangerous. It followed the film La môme vert-de-gris which had been Eddie Constantine's debut as Lemmy Caution and it was also successful at the box office.

Dangerous Cargo (1954)

A gang tries to rob a cargo of bullion from an airport.

Long Pigs (2010)

Long Pigs is a 2007 "Mocumentary" horror/comedy about two documentary filmmakers who follow a serial killer who has a taste for cooking with human flesh. Acting and the special effects were provided by Chris Bridges. Filming took place in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

The Millionaire Kid (1936)

The Millionaire Kid is a 1936 B grade sound film produced and released by Reliable Pictures with former silent stars Bryant Washburn and Betty Compson in the leads and with several other familiar silent personalities in supporting roles.

Calamity Jane (1984)

Sharpshooter Martha "Calamity Jane" Canary's (Jane Alexander) affair with Wild Bill Hickok (Frederic Forrest) results in a daughter.

Giving Tongue (1996)

A member (Clare Holman) of Parliament pushes an anti-hunting bill and rekindles an old friendship.

B.T.K. (2008)

A middle-aged man who is a leader in his church and works as a compliance officer for the city acts out his need for power and control by choosing to prey on and murder innocent people. He is quickly deemed the “B.T.K” killer by the police as his modus operandi is to bind, torture and then kill his victims.

Shooting Straight (1930)

Shooting Straight is a 1930 American pre-Code crime drama film, directed by George Archainbaud and starring the early RKO staple Richard Dix and Mary Lawlor. The screenplay was written by J. Walter Ruben, from Wallace Smith's adaptation of a story by Barney A. Sarecky (the producer's brother). It was one of the films that earned a positive return for RKO that year, turning a profit of $30,000.

Parole Girl (1933)

Parole Girl is a 1933 American pre-Code romantic drama film directed by Edward Cline. The film stars Mae Clarke and Ralph Bellamy.

The Crooked Circle (1957)

The Crooked Circle is a 1957 American drama film directed by Joseph Kane. The film was released in the wide-screen Naturama process by Republic Pictures.

Dangerous Nan McGrew (1930)

Dangerous Nan McGrew is a 1930 Pre-Code American comedy starring Helen Kane, Victor Moore and James Hall.

La espera desespera (2012)

Jorge has no money or insurance when his wife needs heart surgery, so he decides to rob a bank.

Eating (1990)

Eating is a 1990 American comedy-drama film starring Nelly Alard, Lisa Blake Richards, Frances Bergen, Mary Crosby, Gwen Welles, Elizabeth Kemp, Marina Gregory and written and directed by Henry Jaglom.

Dazzle (1999)

A fairy takes the form of a human and visits a widowed father and his daughter.

Body Contact (1987)

Body Contact is a 1987 film directed by Bernard Rose.

A Bride for Henry (1937)

A Bride for Henry is a 1937 American film directed by William Nigh.

Brighthaven Express (1952)

While on vacation, a detective meets a woman who has some heavy burdens to unload.

South Of The Border (2009)

South of the Border is a 2009 American documentary film directed by Oliver Stone. The documentary premiered at the 2009 Venice Film Festival. Writer for the project Tariq Ali calls the documentary "a political road movie". Stone stated that he hopes the film will help people better understand a leader who is wrongly ridiculed "as a strongman, as a buffoon, as a clown." The film has Stone and his crew travel from the Caribbean down the spine of the Andes in an attempt to explain the "phenomenon" of Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez, and account for the continent's "pink tide" leftward tilt. A key feature is also Venezuela's recent Bolivarian revolution and Latin America's political progress in the 21st century. In addition to Chávez, Stone sought to flesh out several other Latin American presidents whose policies and personalities generally get limited, or according to Stone, biased media attention in the United States and Europe, notably: Evo Morales of Bolivia; Cristina Kirchner and former president Néstor Kirchner of Argentina; Rafael Correa of Ecuador; Raúl Castro of Cuba; Fernando Lugo of Paraguay; and Lula da Silva of Brazil.

Johnny Doughboy (1942)

Johnny Doughboy is a 1942 film directed by John H. Auer for Republic Pictures and starring Jane Withers, and featuring cameos by numerous former child stars. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Musical Score.

Rammbock (2010)

Rammbock (also Rammbock: Berlin Undead and Siege of the Dead) is a 2010 German horror film directed by Marvin Kren, written by Benjamin Hessler, and starring Michael Fuith, Theo Trebs, Anka Graczyk, and Emily Cox as survivors of a rage virus in Berlin. Besides its native Germany, it was theatrically released in Austria, the UK, and the US.

Three Cases of Murder (1955)

Three Cases of Murder is a 1955 British omnibus film comprising three stories: "The Picture," "You Killed Elizabeth," and "Lord Mountdrago." Eamonn Andrews introduces each. Alan Badel appears in all three.

The Broken Wings (1964)

Kahlil Gibran's book "The Prophet" provides the basis for a series of love stories.

Mary Last Seen (2010)

A young woman and her boyfriend go on a trip, but it quickly becomes clear that their relationship is not what she thinks.

After the Reconciliation (2000)

Four Parisians (Claude Perron, Anne-Marie Miville, Jacques Spiesser) discuss philosophy, literature, romance and their own intertwined relationships.

Love Note (1987)

Craig falls for Darby, a bitter young woman with terminal cancer.

Faded Glory (2009)

A man tries to bring together his old team to win the National Amateur Baseball World Series.

Touched (1983)

Touched is a 1983 film directed by John Flynn.

Hail (2012)

Dan is released from jail and reunites with the love of his life, Leanne. When she is ripped away from him, Dan falls into a savage hallucinatory state as he searches for revenge.

Rainbow Fireflies (2011)

Yuta goes to a place he used to visit with his father and is transported back in time. When he comes back to the present, a miracle occurs to the former children of the village.

The Beasts of Marseilles (1957)

Seven Thunders (US title: The Beasts of Marseilles) is a 1957 Second World War film about two British escaped prisoners of war.

Jensen & Jensen (2011)

In the year 2019, Denmark is run by a bank and bikers rule the streets. When the Jensen brothers cannot find a job, they become bounty hunters to make ends meet.

Tibetan Dog (2011)

The Tibetan Dog is a 2011 Chinese/Japanese animated film directed by Masayuki Kojima, co-produced by Madhouse, China Film Group Corporation and Ciwen Pictures. It premiered at 51st Annecy Film Festival in June 2011. In this film, a young boy named Tenzing leaves for Tibet after his mother passes away to live with his father in the prairies and encounters a true friend in form of a golden Tibetan Mastiff. Maiden Japan will release the film on home video in the U.S..

Wedding For One (2008)

An aspiring mystery writer tests her sleuthing skills when her friend's fiance disappears.

Crime on the Hill (1934)

Crime on the Hill is a 1933 British mystery film directed by Bernard Vorhaus and starring Sally Blane, Nigel Playfair and Lewis Casson. The plot was based on a successful play by Jack de Leon and Jack Celestin. It was made by British International Pictures at Welwyn Studios in autumn 1933.

The Acceptance (2010)

Unforeseen events unexpectedly and violently tear into the web of Elli's interconnections and relationships.

Asientos (1996)

Disturbed by images on television, a young African seeks refuge in imagining the journey of a former slave.

The Acorn People (1981)

An out-of-work teacher (Ted Bessell) works as summer counselor at a camp for severely disabled children.

Christmas Rush (2002)

Morgan (Dean Cain, TV's "Lois and Clark") is a suspended Chicago cop about to play a deadly game ofcat and mouse with a professional thief, Jimmy Scalzetti (Eric Roberts, National Security). When Scalzetti and his team take the city's most exclusive mall, Morgan's wife is one of the captives. While Scalzetti attempts to locate the mall's vault, said to hold over $12 million in cash, Morgan must outthink the trigger-happy gunmen. With time running out, the hunt is about to turn deadly. Erika Eleniak (Under Siege) co-stars in this pulse-pounding thriller.

Black Picket Fence (2002)

Filmmaker Sergio Goes profiles an aspiring rapper who lives in a Brooklyn housing project.

The Lost Zeppelin (1929)

The Lost Zeppelin is a 1929 talking adventure film directed by Edward Sloman and produced and distributed by Tiffany-Stahl. It stars Conway Tearle, Virginia Valli and Ricardo Cortez. Tearle plays a navy officer modeled on U. S. Navy Commander Richard Evelyn Byrd who was then a national aviation hero. Byrd made his own genuine Antarctic adventure With Byrd at the South Pole during his South Pole Expedition 1928-29.

Der Fluch der gelben Schlange (1963)

The theft of a Chinese icon sparks a battle between the authorities and a group of underground fanatics.

The Police Murderer (1994)

The Police Murderer (Swedish: Polismördaren) is a 1994 Swedish police film about Martin Beck, directed by Peter Keglevic.

Bewitched (1945)

Bewitched is a 1945 American film noir directed and written by Arch Oboler. The drama features Phyllis Thaxter and Edmund Gwenn.

Bruce's Fingers (1976)

Malicious gangsters capture Bruce's ex-girlfriend, then a young martial artist (Bruce Le) attempts to rescue her and the late master's book containing lethal techniques for killing with a finger.