Fear No More (1962)

Fear No More is a 1961 American thriller film directed by Bernard Wiesen and starring Mala Powers, Jacques Bergerac and Anna Lee Carroll. It was based on a 1946 novel of the same name by Leslie Edgley.

The Retrievers (1982)

A martial artist (Max Thayer) flees with an ex-agent's manuscript and sister (Shawn Hoskins) while on a mission for the CIA.

Red Zone (2003)

Only one man (Richard Anconina) believes a schoolteacher's (Sabine Azma) claims that the burning of an entire French village was no accident.

You Lucky Dog (2010)

You Lucky Dog is a 2010 American/Canadian made-for-TV film starring Natasha Henstridge, Harry Hamlin and Anthony Lemke.

Romeo Eleven (2012)

Romeo Eleven is a 2011 Canadian drama film directed by Ivan Grbovic written by Sara Mishara and Ivan Grbovic and produced by Paul Barbeau. Set in Montreal’s Lebanese Christian community, the film is a coming-of-age story about a physically handicapped 20-year-old man.

Federal Man (1950)

Federal Man is a 1950 American crime film directed by Robert Emmett Tansey and starring William Henry, Pamela Blake and Robert Shayne.

Little Orphan Annie (1932)

Little Orphan Annie is a 1932 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by John S. Robertson and written by Wanda Tuchock and Tom McNamara. It is based on the comic strip Little Orphan Annie by Harold Gray. The film stars Mitzi Green, Buster Phelps, May Robson, Matt Moore and Edgar Kennedy. The film was released on November 4, 1932, by RKO Pictures.

Amei um Bicheiro (1952)

A man from the country moves to Rio de Janeiro and gets involved with illegal betting.

Night of the Sharks (1988)

Night of the Sharks (Italian: La notte degli squali) is a 1988 Italian-Spanish-Mexican film directed and co-written by Tonino Ricci. The film's story takes place in Miami, Florida and Cancún, Mexico, although it was filmed in the Dominican Republic.

Indio (1989)

Indio is a 1989 Italian action film starring Francesco Quinn and directed by Antonio Margheriti.

The Oath (2010)

The Oath is a 2010 documentary film directed by Laura Poitras. It tells the cross-cut tale of two men, Abu Jandal and Salim Ahmed Hamdan, whose meeting launched them on juxtaposed paths with al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, the September 11 attacks, US military tribunals and the U.S. Supreme Court. The film is the second of a trilogy, with the first being My Country, My Country (2006), documenting the lives of Iraqi citizens during the U.S. occupation of Iraq. The third, Citizenfour (2014), focuses on the NSA's domestic surveillance programs. The Oath is distributed both theatrically and non-theatrically in the US by New York-based Zeitgeist Films.

Man At War (2012)

History buffs from various walks of life indulge their passion for World War II by playing a computer game called "IL-2 Sturmovik."

Fast on the Draw (1950)

Fast on the Draw is a 1950 American western film.

Transport XX to Auschwitz (2012)

Filmmakers Karen Lynne Bloom and Richard Bloom examine the only documented rescue attempt on a Nazi death train during the Holocaust.

Heroes of the Alamo (1937)

Heroes of the Alamo (1937) is a low-budget retelling of the events of the Texas Revolution and the Battle of the Alamo. It was produced by Anthony J. Xydias and reuses the battle scenes of his 1926 silent film Davy Crockett at the Fall of the Alamo. About 35 minutes of the latter film is available on the DVD of Heroes of the Alamo, all that remains of the silent film.

Go Ganges! (2012)

Josh Thomas and J.J. Kelley tour the Ganges River.

Mannen på balkongen (1993)

The Man on the Balcony (Swedish: Mannen på balkongen, German: Der Mann auf dem Balkon) is a 1993 Swedish-German crime thriller film, based on the book The Man on the Balcony written by Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö. This is the fourth film which stars Gösta Ekman as Martin Beck and Rolf Lassgård as Gunvald Larsson. "Mannen på balkongen" has been considered as the best ever Martin Beck film starring Gösta Ekman, and Gösta Ekman became highly popular and regarded for his brilliant portrayal of Martin Beck in this picture by his fans. His fine performance also attracted several new fans to his side, and "The Man on the Balcony" was one of the most successful films in Sweden in the year of 1993.

Kansas City Princess (1934)

Kansas City Princess is a 1934 American film starring Joan Blondell and Glenda Farrell. The two were informally teamed in four Warner Brothers comedies in the early 1930s, as wisecracking, fast-talking, practical-minded working-class girls hunting for husbands. In this entry, they play manicurists from Kansas City. Rosie (Blondell) loses an expensive ring that her gangster boyfriend gave her, so they flee to Paris. The other three films in which Blondell and Farrell co-starred were Havana Widows, We're in the Money, and Miss Pacific Fleet. (They also both appeared, but are not teamed, in Gold Diggers of 1937, I've Got Your Number, and Traveling Saleslady.)

King of Hockey (1936)

King of Hockey is a 1936 American drama film directed by Noel M. Smith and written by George Bricker. The film stars Dick Purcell, Anne Nagel, Marie Wilson, Wayne Morris, George E. Stone and Joseph Crehan. The film was released by Warner Bros. on December 19, 1936.

The Kissing Bandit (1949)

The Kissing Bandit is a 1949 film starring Frank Sinatra and Kathryn Grayson. The supporting cast includes Ricardo Montalban, Ann Miller, and Cyd Charisse. The movie was directed by Laslo Benedek.

The Crash (1932)

The Crash is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film directed by William Dieterle. The film is based on the 1932 novel Children of Pleasure written by Larry Barretto, and stars Ruth Chatterton as a luxury loving wife devastated by the Wall Street crash of 1929.

The Laws of Eternity (2006)

Ryuta and his friends try to build a spirit phone after they are contacted by the ghost of Thomas Edison.

Chip of the Flying U (1940)

Chip of the Flying U is a 1940 western film directed by Ralph Staub and starring Johnny Mack Brown. It was produced and distributed by Universal Pictures and is a remake of their silent epic starring Hoot Gibson.

Hidden River (1948)

Río Escondido is a 1948 Mexican drama film directed by Emilio Fernández and starring María Félix.

Teenage Monster (1958)

Teenage Monster is a 1958 independent science fiction, horror film, released by Marquette Productions Limited in 1958. The film had a screening on Dec. 25, 1957, but only went into general release in January, 1958. It was released theatrically on a double bill with The Brain from Planet Arous. Directed by Jacques R. Marquette, the film starred Anne Gwynne and Stuart Wade. The film combined the elements of science fiction and westerns, both of which were popular in the late 1950s.

deadend.com (2002)

Three self-centered teenagers travel across Canada to fulfill a suicide pact.

¡Vivan las antípodas! (2012)

Victor Kossakovsky captures images from antipodes.

Vice Raid (1959)

Vice Raid is a 1960 B-movie crime drama starring Mamie Van Doren and Richard Coogan. It was issued on a double bill with Inside the Mafia.

City Limits (1934)

City Limits is a 1934 American Pre-Code romantic comedy film directed by William Nigh and starring Frank Craven, Sally Blane, Ray Walker and Claude Gillingwater. It was remade in 1941 as Father Steps Out.

Egypt by Three (1953)

Three stories of Egyptian locale: 1) Deals with murder and violence, 2) Pilgrimage to Mecca, and 3) Comedy about desert life. First American picture filmed entirely in Egypt.

The Night Mayor (1932)

The Night Mayor is a 1932 American drama film directed by Benjamin Stoloff and starring Lee Tracy, Evalyn Knapp and Don Dillaway.

Fuzz Track City (2012)

Murphy, a down-and-out private detective, is hired by a woman from his past to track down her missing son.

Drama Queens (2009)

A lovelorn man (John Meindersee) thinks he has found the woman of his dreams and moves in with her and her female housemates.

The Sound of Mumbai: A Musical (2010)

India's Bombay Chamber Orchestra recruits children from the slums to perform a choral version of "The Sound of Music."

Sensation Hunters (1945)

A sweet and wholesome young woman seeking escape from sordid family surroundings, falls in love with a scoundrel who leads her to ruin.

The Beginning or the End (1947)

The Beginning or the End (1947) is an American docudrama film about the development of the atomic bomb in World War II, directed by Norman Taurog, starring Brian Donlevy and Hume Cronyn, and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM). The film dramatizes the creation of the atomic bomb in the Manhattan Project and the bombing of Hiroshima. The film originated in October 1945 as a project of actress Donna Reed and her high school science teacher, Edward R. Tompkins, who was a chemist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Bob Considine wrote the treatment, which was sent to the MGM studio script writers. The title was supplied by President Harry S. Truman. At the time there was a legal requirement that permission be obtained to depict living well-known public figures. Many refused, but others, such as J. Robert Oppenheimer, co-operated. Major General Leslie R. Groves, Jr., the director of the Manhattan Project, was hired as a consultant for $10,000 (equivalent to $123,000 in 2016). Although the filmmakers put considerable effort into historical accuracy, particularly in details, the film is known for some key distortions of history. An entirely fictional sequence was added in which Truman agonizes over whether to authorize the attack; anti-aircraft shells are shown bursting around the Enola Gay on its bombing run over Hiroshima; and it is said that leaflets were dropped on Hiroshima for ten days in advance of the mission warning the citizens of the forthcoming raid. The film received mixed reviews, and did not earn its money back.

Horns And Halos (2002)

Horns and Halos (2002), a documentary film directed by Suki Hawley and Michael Galinsky, is primarily about the difficult road the author (James Hatfield) and publisher (Sander Hicks at Soft Skull Press) travelled to bring Fortunate Son, a controversial biography of George W. Bush to bookshelves again.

City of Shadows (2010)

A doctor on his way home from North Africa tries to save a city from the plague.

Before Morning (1933)

Before Morning is a 1933 American pre-Code crime drama directed by Arthur Hoerl, and starring Leo Carrillo, Lora Baxter, and Taylor Holmes. The film was adapted for the screen by Arthur Hoerl, from the 1933 Broadway play of the same name by Edward and Edna Riley.

The Golden Touch (1935)

A dwarf grants the king's wish that everything he touches will turn to gold. When the king finds that he cannot eat, he is no longer happy with the gift. By giving up his worldly property, he finds happiness going from riches to rags. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.

The Game (1988)

A father (Joseph Campanella) and son (Craig Alan) bust a cartel of bigwigs who play war games using real people.

Cruel But Necessary (2005)

Cruel But Necessary is a 2005 independent film directed by Canadian actor/director Saul Rubinek. Actress Wendel Meldrum took a turn as a screenwriter for this project. Meldrum stars in the film as Betty Munson, a woman struggling to put her life back together after her marriage falls apart. Betty decides to secretly videotape family, friends, and others to help understand the truth of her life. Meldrum's own ex-husband, Mark Humphrey, and son, Luke Humphrey, play her onscreen ex-husband and son. Portions of Cruel But Necessary were posted on YouTube beginning in 2007. The film was released on DVD November 11, 2008.

Behind the Wall (1971)

Jan (Zbigniew Zapasiewicz), a driven young assistant professor in a university chemistry department, spends nearly his every waking hour teaching, studying, and preparing for his next step, becoming a full professor. Frustrated science writer Anna (Maja Komorowska) comes to Jan for professional advice but ends up revealing her personal anguish. The preoccupied and indifferent Jan doesn't understand the depth of Anna's troubles until she makes a more dramatic statement about them.

Christiana (1979)

On a pilgrimage to the Celestial City, a woman, her children and a neighbor face trials that test and enrich their faith.

Ruby and Rata (1990)

Ruby and Rata is a 1990 New Zealand comedy-drama film, directed and produced by Gaylene Preston.

Night of the Alien (2011)

Fran and her friend go on a road trip through California and meet an odd assortment of people.

Not with My Wife, You Don't! (1966)

Not with My Wife, You Don't! is a 1966 comedy film starred by Tony Curtis, Virna Lisi and George C. Scott. The film was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture - Musical/Comedy. The plot basically follows the standard storyline of the long-running "road movies" popularized by Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour, also products of the Norman Panama-Melvin Frank writing team. The opening title sequence and interior sequences with an animated green monster were created by Saul Bass.

Killer Yacht Party (2006)

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The Real World Movie: The Lost Season (2002)

The Real World Movie: The Lost Season is a 2002 made-for-TV fiction movie produced by MTV, based on their reality series The Real World.

Affinities (1972)

People use sex to stave off impotence and loneliness, then become dependent on intercourse.

Mumia: Long Distance Revolutionary (2012)

Cornel West, Alice Walker, Angela Davis and others discuss the case of Mumia Abu-Jamal, an imprisoned journalist who continues to write, provoke and inspire from behind prison walls.

Boppin' at the Glue Factory (2009)

A junkie nurse reigns over a convalescent hospital.

Fiza (2000)

Fiza (English: Atmosphere) is a 2000 Indian action crime drama film written and directed by Khalid Mohammed. The film stars Karisma Kapoor, Hrithik Roshan and Jaya Bachchan. Fiza recorded as Semi Hit at box-office.

When I Rise (2010)

A gifted University of Texas music student finds herself at the epicenter of a racial controversy.

Trash Dance (2012)

A choreographer finds grace in garbage. She rallies reluctant trash workers in an extraordinary, funny, and moving performance. On an abandoned airport runway, two dozen sanitation workers—and their trucks—transform an audience of thousands.

The Angel Who Pawned Her Harp (1954)

An Angel finds that she needs money to fulfill her mission on Earth. Her only solution to this problem is to pawn her harp.

Aberration (2007)

A teenager (Gwendolyn Garver) sees ghostly visions while those around her begin to die.

Millions (1991)

An heir (Billy Zane) betrays his stepmother (Lauren Hutton) and seduces relatives in his jet-set quest for the family fortune.

The Rocket Man (1954)

The Rocket Man is a 1954 comedy film by 20th Century Fox, directed by Oscar Rudolph, and produced by Leonard Goldstein. The script was co-written by Lenny Bruce and Jack Henley from a story by George W. George and George F. Slavin. The film was a comedy with science-fiction elements, with a tag line, “Out-of-this-world laughter and down-to-earth charm when the face from space turns out to be ... the kid next door!” The New York Times found the fact that comedian Lenny Bruce was one of the film's writers was the "strangest aspect of the low-budget production", noting that the film contains little of Bruce's trademark humor. The story is about a little boy comes into possession of a ray gun that compels anyone caught in its beam to tell the truth. He uses it to prevent his orphanage from being shut down by creditors and to help a couple fall in love.

Sweet 15 (1990)

Sweet 15 is a 1990 American made-for-television family drama film directed by Victoria Hochberg and starring Karla Montana, Panchito Gómez, Jerry Stiller, and Tony Plana. The plot concerns a fourteen-year-old girl whose dreams of having a perfect quinceanera are suddenly halted when she realizes that her family is residing in the United States illegally. At the same time, she is smitten by Ramon, a cousin of her friend, and wants him to dance with her at her party.

The Runestone (1991)

The Runestone is an American 1991 adventure/horror film, the first film written and directed by Willard Carroll. The film is an updating of the Ragnarok legend, with Fenrir being found in a runestone in Pennsylvania unearthed by archaeologists. The film is based upon the novel by Mark E. Rogers, which was published in a small press limited edition pamphlet.

Three of a Kind (2004)

Three of a Kind is a 2004 Hong Kong comedy film written, produced and directed by Joe Ma and starring Michael Hui, Miriam Yeung and Lau Ching-wan.

The Taiwan Oyster (2012)

The Taiwan Oyster is a 2013 American low budget adventure comedy-drama Indie film directed by Mark Jarrett. The film marks Jarrett's feature film debut, and was based upon his own experiences living in Taiwan and working as kindergarten teachers from 1999 to 2001. The events in the movie take place when a fellow ex-pat dies. Described as a Texas road film in a Taiwan setting, the project stars Billy Harvey, Leonora Moore, and Jeff Palmiotti.

Assunta Spina (1915)

Assunta Spina is a 1915 Italian silent film. Outside Italy, it is sometimes known as Sangue Napolitano.

Gimme The Loot (2012)

Gimme the Loot is a 2012 American comedy film written and directed by Adam Leon. The film competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. It won the Grand Jury Prize at the SXSW Film Festival in 2012. It was released on March 22, 2013 in the U.S.

Head (2011)

A delivery boy receives a package containing a renowned scientist's head. When he is kidnapped, his sister must find the hidden package before her brother is killed.

Puzzle (2006)

Puzzle is a 2006 South Korean film, the feature directorial debut of Kim Tae-kyung. A group of crooks are summoned together by an unknown master planner to carry out a bank robbery, but then it goes fatefully wrong.

Hot Rod (1950)

Hot Rod is a 1950 American drama film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Jimmy Lydon, Art Baker and Gil Stratton.

Marwencol (2010)

Marwencol (also known as Village of the Dolls in the UK) is a 2010 American documentary film that explores the life and work of artist and photographer Mark Hogancamp. It is the debut feature of director-editor Jeff Malmberg.

The Life Coach (2005)

The Life Coach is a 2005 mockumentary directed by Josh Stolberg. It was written by Jennifer Joslyn and Stolberg's wife Leila Leigh. It is a mockumentary about the rise and fall of Hollywood's life coach to the celebrities. It stars Greg Baker as Francis "LC" O'Reilly. The Life Coach won the Seashore Award for best feature film and the Queens Spirit Award for best comedy.

The Briefcase (2011)

Jason (Kip Pardue) is handcuffed to Dan (Keith Nobbs) and chased through the woods by fellow crooks searching for a prized briefcase that Dan has stolen.

Opie Gets Laid (2009)

Opie Gets Laid is a 2005 American independent romantic comedy film originally titled Sunnyvale for its film festival submissions. The film is written and directed by James Ricardo and stars James Ricardo, April Wade, Ute Werner and Jesselynn Desmond.

Bedrooms (2010)

Bedrooms is a 2010 drama film directed and written by Youssef Delara. Starring Julie Benz, Moon Bloodgood, Sarah Clarke, Xander Berkeley, Dee Wallace and Barry Bostwick. It premieres August 20, 2010 at the Los Angeles Latino Film Festival 2010.

Coming Forth by Day (2013)

Two women take care of their sick man.

Idaho Transfer (1973)

Idaho Transfer is a 1973 science fiction film directed by Peter Fonda. It stars Kelley Bohanon, Kevin Hearst, Dale Hopkins, and Keith Carradine.

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.

Before Winter Comes (1969)

Before Winter Comes is a 1969 British film directed by J. Lee Thompson from a screenplay by Andrew Sinclair.

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.

General Spanky (1936)

General Spanky is a 1936 American comedy film produced by Hal Roach. A spin-off of Roach's popular Our Gang short subjects, the film stars George McFarland, Phillips Holmes, Rosina Lawrence, Billie Thomas, and Carl Switzer. Directed by Fred Newmeyer and Gordon Douglas, it was originally released to theatres on December 11, 1936 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM). This film, a Civil War period piece, was intended as an experiment to determine if Roach could move Our Gang into features, as the double feature and block booking were slowly smothering his short subjects production. The film was a box office disappointment, and, after another year of shorts production, Roach ended up selling the Our Gang unit to MGM in May 1938. When Roach bought the rights to the back catalog of Our Gang films he had produced from MGM in 1949, he did not buy back the rights to General Spanky. The film was part of the MGM catalog acquired by in 1986 by Turner Entertainment, who holds the rights today as a subsidiary of Warner Bros. General Spanky was released on VHS and laserdisc in the early 1990s. In 2016, it was released on DVD in Region 1 by Warner Bros. via their Warner Archive Collection.

Children of Nature (1991)

Children of Nature (Icelandic: Börn náttúrunnar) is a 1991 Icelandic film directed by Friðrik Þór Friðriksson. It was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar at the 64th Academy Awards.

Mere Acquaintance (2003)

A man (Jason Armour) ponders his own life and relationships after a neighbor dies and is not found until several weeks later.

Dead Homiez (1993)

Dead Homiez was filmed on location in South Central Los Angeles. The film stars the Notorious B.I.G. and 2Pac. The movie also stars, Treyvon Green and Cynthia Berry. The director of the movie was Billy Wright.

Hiroshima (2009)

A young Uruguayan man has trouble communicating and interacts with the world through his music.

Brother and Sister (2010)

Brother and Sister (Spanish: Dos hermanos) is a 2010 Argentine comedy film directed by Daniel Burman.

Bimbo the Great (1958)

A trapeze star finds out that his wife's killer is closer than he thinks.

Sibérie (2012)

A couple uses two cameras to capture their feelings on board the Trans-Siberian Express.

Change Of Life (2006)

An evangelical minister persecutes gays until his lesbian daughter kills herself on his call in show. Gary prays to God for a second chance and is sent back two weeks in time in the body of a gay man to earn his second chance and redemption.

Waiting for Angelina (2008)

A paparazzo and a fan become friends while staking out Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's apartment.

The Witness (2012)

The Witness is a 2012 action-horror film released by GMA Films and Skylar Pictures, written by Beby Hasibuan and under the helm of Muhammad Yusuf. The Witness was released last March 21, 2012 in the Philippines and will be released on April 26, 2012 in Indonesia. This is their first international movie joints between two producers from other country GMA Films (Philippines) and Skylar Pictures (Indonesia).

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.

Ghosts Of Goldfield (2007)

Ghosts of Goldfield is a 2007 American horror film directed by Ed Winfield. This film music composed by Steve Yeaman. The film stars Kellan Lutz, Marnette Patterson, Mandy Amano, Scott Whyte, Chuck Zito and Ashly Margaret Rae in the lead roles.

The Fighting Guerrillas (1943)

Chetniks! The Fighting Guerrillas is a war film made by Twentieth Century Fox in 1943. The film starred Philip Dorn, Anna Sten, and Martin Kosleck. It was originally titled The Seventh Column and was directed by Louis King based on a story by Jack Andrews, who also co-wrote the screenplay. The film was produced by Sol M. Wurtzel and Bryan Foy. The film was announced in Boxoffice magazine in the May 30, 1942 issue: "'The Seventh Column,' a story based on exploits of General Draža Mihailović, Yugoslav guerilla leader." The movie appears in the American Film Institute (AFI) catalogue for American feature films made between 1941–1950. The movie was advertised in an original print ad as follows: "Announcing -- The most stirring picture released this year! Thrill follows thrill in this living drama...that flames out of today's electrifying headlines! This very moment...a Nazi troop train is being destroyed...! Live, love, fight with Draja Mihailovitch and his fighting guerrillas."

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.

Primitive Love (1964)

L'Amore Primitivo (Aka: Primitive Love, U.S.) is a 1964 Italian comedy film that starred Jayne Mansfield, Mickey Hargitay, Franco Franchi, Ciccio Ingrassia, and Carlo Kechler. The film attempts to combine a typical Mansfield sex comedy with the mondo film genre by including footage of various native customs and rituals from around the world. It was filmed in Italy in May 1964.

A Tale of Two Cities (1980)

The classic Dickens tale of honour and sacrifice involving the cruel Marquis St Evremonde (Barry Morse), his nephew Charles Darnay, who gives up his inheritance to protest the inhumanity of his family, and Sydney Carton, the dissolute English lawyer who gives up his life to save his friend (Chris Sarandon). It also involves the beautiful Lucie (Alice Krige), for whose love both Charles and Sydney would gladly lay down their lives, and her father, Dr Manette (Peter Cushing). Here too is the fanatical Madame Defarge (Billie Whitelaw), whose fervour fuelled the flashing blade of the guillotine. This beautifully staged production captures all the drama and emotion of some of the most blood-stained pages in history.

The Killing Zone (2003)

A struggling psychiatrist seeks vengeance against a doctor's pint-sized killer (Rony Clanton).

Anita (2009)

Anita is an Argentine film released in 2009.

Georgica (1998)

Georgica is a 1998 Estonian drama film directed by Sulev Keedus.The film takes its name from Virgil's poem of the same name.

Lady Godiva of Coventry (1955)

Lady Godiva of Coventry is an American historical drama film, directed by Arthur Lubin and released in 1955. It starred Maureen O'Hara in the title role. Alec Harford, the English actor who portrayed Tom the Tailor, died eight months before the film's release.

The Carbon Rush (2012)

Filmmaker Amy Miller investigates carbon credits and their actual effects on pollution.