Tree Without Leaves (1986)

Tree Without Leaves is a 1986 autobiographical film directed and written by Kaneto Shindo. The film goes backward and forward in time to the old age and early childhood of a man. The story is based on that of Shindo's own childhood.

Ganga Zumba (1963)

Ganga Zumba is a film made in 1963 and released in 1972 about slavery in Brazil.

Three to Dance (2011)

When a Latvian legionnaire is sentenced to death for deserting the German army, his girlfriend gets involved in a love triangle with a German officer to save the life of her beloved.

The Girl Who Came Gift-Wrapped (1974)

The Girl Who Came Gift-Wrapped is a 1974 American made-for-television comedy film starring Karen Valentine, Richard Long, Tom Bosley and Farrah Fawcett. It was directed by Bruce Bilson and aired as the ABC Movie of the Week on January 29, 1974.

Jimmy the Gent (1934)

Jimmy the Gent is a 1934 American Pre-Code comedy-crime film directed by Michael Curtiz and starring James Cagney and Bette Davis. It was the first pairing of Cagney and Davis, who would reunite for The Bride Came C.O.D. seven years later. The screenplay by Bertram Millhauser was based on the story The Heir Chaser by Ray Nazarro and Laird Doyle.

Talking Guitars (2008)

Craftsman Flip Scipio builds and restores guitars for musicians Paul Simon, Carly Simon and Jackson Browne.

The Heart Of Me (2002)

A passionate love story about a doomed affair between a man and his wife's sister, this moving film explores the coruscating effects of a forbidden passion and examines, with a tender subtlety, the heart's capacity for forgiveness.

Die Cheerleader Die (2008)

A killer slaughters sexy college cheerleaders.

Time Will Tell (1992)

Interviews, rehearsals and concert performances comprise this celebration of the life of late reggae star Bob Marley.

Truth About Kerry (2010)

Truth about Kerry is a 2011 suspense film. It was written by Shaun O'Sullivan and Katherine Torpey, directed by Katherine Torpey, produced by Shaun O'Sullivan, Katie Torpey & Tony Zanelotti, and stars Stana Katic, Jessica Dean and Darren Keefe. The film was shot in County Kerry, Ireland, and in San Francisco, California, USA. The film is currently going on post production, and is scheduled to be released in the Film Festival

Summer Children (1965)

Two young men compete for a woman's affections during a sailing trip.

Passages from James Joyce's Finnegans Wake (1966)

In this inventive attempt to bring to the big screen James Joyce's "unfilmable" final masterpiece, which circles through the dreams and subconscious of a man over the course of one night, characters read passages from the novel itself. With visual and other stylistic devices -- some readings are accompanied by subtitles and occasionally the film switches into animation -- this experimental work offers an accessible entry point into a difficult text.

Arthur Takes Over (1948)

Arthur Takes Over is a 1948 American comedy film directed by Malcolm St. Clair and written by Mauri Grashin. The film stars Lois Collier, Richard Crane, Skip Homeier, Ann E. Todd and Jerome Cowan. The film was released on April 7, 1948, by 20th Century Fox.

Hard Revenge, Milly (2008)

A grieving woman (Miki Mizuno) uses a sword to dispatch the vicious gangsters who killed her family.

Attack of the Jungle Women (1959)

Land developers looking to build a highway through the wilds of Central America encounter fierce opposition from a tribe of savage female natives.

One Crazy Ride (2009)

One Crazy Ride is a 2009 Indian documentary film based on a 2002 route-charting expedition in India. It is directed by Gaurav Jani and produced by Dirt Track Productions. The film follows five biking enthusiasts (Nicolitta Pereira, Vinod Panicker, Sanjeev Sharma, Gursaurabh Singh Toor and director Gaurav Jani) as they journey across the Himalayas via an untried route. It was commercially released in Indian cinemas in February 2009.

Sedmoy sputnik (1968)

The Seventh Companion is a 1967 black-and-white Soviet drama film set in Petrograd in the years following the Russian Revolution. The film marked the directorial debut of Russian director Aleksei German, who co-directed it with Grigori Aronov. The film is based on a novel by Boris Lavrenyov.

Deadly Descent: The Abominable Snowman (2013)

Nina (Lauren O'Neil) leads a group of skilled skiers on a rescue mission to find her missing brother, but they find a ravenous monster lurking amid the peaks.

The Ballad of Paducah Jail (1934)

Kentucky humorist Irvin S. Cobb hunts for an escaped felon, but the tables are turned when the criminal nabs him instead.

Yank Tanks (2002)

Filmmaker David Schendel documents the proliferation of American automobiles in Cuba.

The Fearless Young Boxer (1979)

A youth studies the martial arts in order to avenge his father's death and retrieve a sacred golden plate.

My Left Hand Man (2011)

Samuel wants to run away from his dysfunctional family.

The Lords of Magick (1989)

Accused of sorcery, two 10th-century wizards (Jarrett Parker, Mark Gauthier) go to Los Angeles 1,000 years in the future.

The Weirdo (1989)

An inbred teen (Steve Burlington) learns about it the hard way from his mother and flips out.

The Blue Diner (2001)

The Blue Diner is a 2001 comedy / romance film. It was directed and written by Jan Egleson. The producer Natatcha Estébanez also co-wrote and story and screenplay. Director Jan Egleson used excess film stock from the production of James Cameron's Titanic (1997). The movie was filmed in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Triple Impact (1992)

Kickboxing con artists (Dale Cook, Ron Hall) go in search of a valuable golden Buddha.

Cold Water of the Sea (2010)

A couple finds a little girl wandering alone in the middle of nowhere.

Tydzien z zycia mezczyzny (1999)

A lawyer (Jerzy Stuhr) begins his week with good intentions but ends up committing crimes similar to those of people he prosecutes.

The Main Street Kid (1948)

The Main Street Kid is a 1948 American comedy film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Jerry Sackheim and John K. Butler. The film stars Al Pearce, Janet Martin, Alan Mowbray, Adele Mara, Arlene Harris and Emil Rameau. The film was released on January 1, 1948, by Republic Pictures.

Call of the South Seas (1944)

Call of the South Seas is a 1944 American action film directed by John English starring Janet Martin, Allan Lane and William Henry. The film's sets were designed by the art director Gano Chittenden.

Jhutha Sach (1984)

Jhutha Sach is a 1984 Bollywood film directed by Esmayeel Shroff and starring Dharmendra and Rekha. The film was remade in Telugu as Kodetrachu. It was the second movie for child actor Jugal Hansraj, after Masoom.

13 Gantry Row (1998)

When young Australians buy an old house, the husband begins to take on the persona of an earlier inhabitant.

Quiet Thunder (1988)

A bush pilot (Wayne Crawford) and a U.S. senator's wife (June Chadwick) flee after witnessing an assassination in Africa.

Survival Prayer (2013)

Filmmaker Benjamin Green explores the power of food, nature and culture.

Cold Soldiers (2011)

Welcome to the Kershaw Institute, a rehabilitation center for highly trained spies & soldiers who have cracked on the battlefield. At Kershaw, they keep their skills honed and ready for war, with psychologist John Dance assessing their mental stability. Dance is surrounded by combat-ready patients who could turn on him at any moment. Instead they turn on the review board that assesses the Institute's future. It's up to Dance to find out which of his patients are involved as the board members start to die. He has to find out quick; his wife is on the board and in the line of fire.

Through the Wire (1990)

A secret political prison unit in the USA? In 1986, a controversial high security unit was opened in an underground chamber of Kentucky’s federal prison. Its three female prisoners received sentences of unprecedented length for nonviolent crimes.

Sign of the Wolf (1941)

Two German shepherds and their mistress (Grace Bradley) crash-land in Canada by a fox breeder's (Michael Whalen) farm.

Early Frost (1982)

Explosive, heart-stopping suspense, as Private Detective Mike Hayes stumbles onto a trail of cover-ups and deceit when he discovers a corpse. What is officially listed as an accident looks to him like murder. His investigations take him into the lives of two families living in the suburbs of Sydney, Australia. They seem like ordinary people, except one of them is a killer. Hayes meets David Prentice, who keeps a scrapbook on violent crime. From this, Hayes obtains information about temperamental and schizophrenic Val Meadows, the mistress who suspects someone is trying to kill her.

Vampire Trailer Park (1991)

A Florida detective (Robert Shurtz) and his psychic partner (Cathy Moran) cannot miss the trail of a couch-potato vampire.

Paul and Michelle (1974)

Paul and Michelle is a 1974 drama film directed and produced by Lewis Gilbert, whose story Vernon Harris and Angela Huth dramatized. It is a sequel to the 1971 film Friends, by the same director and with the same lead actors.

The Dragon Dies Hard (1975)

Numerous film clips illustrate the film career of Bruce Lee, the legendary Chinese-American star of martial-arts films.

No News from God (2001)

Don't Tempt Me (Spanish: Bendito Infierno, also known as Sin noticias de Dios in Spanish and No News From God in English) is a 2001 Mexican and Spanish co-production comedy film. The screenplay for the film was written especially for Penélope Cruz and Victoria Abril by the award-winning Spanish writer and director Agustín Díaz Yanes of Nadie hablará de nosotras cuando hayamos muerto.

Bringing King to China (2011)

Bringing King to China is a 2011 documentary film by Kevin McKiernan. The cinematographers include three-time Oscar-winner Haskell Wexler. The documentary is "a father's 'love letter' to his adult daughter, a young American woman struggling to bring Martin Luther King, Jr.'s dream of nonviolence to China, and then back to the United States. Her life is thrown into turmoil when she learns, mistakenly, that her father, a journalist covering the war in Iraq, has been killed by a suicide bomber." Bringing King to China conveys the lead character's "dream to build a bridge between the societies by talking about peaceful struggle and universal rights." It chronicles her struggle to interpret and adapt King's message for Chinese society, preserve the historical accuracy of the U.S. civil rights movement, clear bureaucratic hurdles before opening night and raise funds to pay the theater company. The film takes American viewers backstage at the National Theatre Company of China, as Chinese actors rehearse with African-American gospel singers. The film premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival and won best documentary at the Ventura International Film Festival and the Tulsa International Film Festival. In 2011, it was scheduled to screen at film festivals across the US, including DOCNYC and the St. Louis International Film Festival. Commentators called the film timely, noting it premiered in the lead-up to the unveiling of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C.

East of Java (1935)

East of Java is a 1935 American drama film directed by George Melford and starring Charles Bickford, Elizabeth Young and Frank Albertson.

Easy to Look at (1945)

Easy to Look At is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Ford Beebe and written by Henry Blankfort. The film stars Gloria Jean, Kirby Grant, J. Edward Bromberg, Eric Blore, George Dolenz and Mildred Law. The film was released on August 10, 1945, by Universal Pictures.

The Errand Boy (1961)

The Errand Boy is a 1961 American comedy film directed, co-written and starring Jerry Lewis.

Love Is News (1937)

Love Is News is a 1937 romantic comedy film starring Tyrone Power, Loretta Young, and Don Ameche. The movie was directed by Tay Garnett and was the first film for which Power had top billing. The picture was remade in 1947 as That Wonderful Urge, with Power again and Gene Tierney.

800 Leagues Over the Amazon (1959)

An obnoxious adventurer escorts a man down the Amazon to stand trial for an unsolved murder 26 years earlier.

Inventing Our Life: The Kibbutz Experiment (2012)

Inventing Our Life: The Kibbutz Experiment is a 2010 documentary film directed by Toby Perl Freilich.

Boy (2009)

Boy is a 2009 Philippine film by renowned and critically acclaimed Filipino director Auraeus Solito. The 83-minute film produced by recounts a young poet's infatuation with a young macho dancer.

Bobbikins (1959)

Bobbikins is a 1959 British film in CinemaScope directed by Robert Day. It stars Shirley Jones and Max Bygraves.

Elmer and Elsie (1934)

Elmer and Elsie is a 1934 American comedy film directed by Gilbert Pratt and written by Humphrey Pearson. The film stars George Bancroft, Frances Fuller, Roscoe Karns, George Barbier, Nella Walker and Charles Sellon. The film was released on August 4, 1934, by Paramount Pictures.

Bittersweet Motel (2000)

Bittersweet Motel (2000) is a documentary about the rock group Phish. The film was directed by Todd Phillips (later the director of Old School and The Hangover) and covers the band's summer and fall 1997 tours, plus footage from their 1998 spring tour of Europe. The documentary ends with The Great Went, a giant two-day festival held in upstate Maine which attracted 70,000 people. The film's title comes from a Phish song of the same name, which is featured at the end of the movie.

High Explosive (2001)

A man (Patrick Bergin) defuses land mines, while a doctor (Dsire Nosbusch) treats the injured during Angola's civil war.

Back in the U.S.S.R. (1992)

Back in the USSR is a 1992 American thriller film directed by Deran Sarafian and starring Frank Whaley, Natalya Negoda and Roman Polanski.

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.

I Are You, You Am Me (1982)

Tenkōsei is a 1982 Japanese fantasy directed by Nobuhiko Obayashi. It is also known by the alternate English titles Exchange Students and I Are You, You Am Me. Obayashi himself directed and co-wrote a second film based on the same novel, premiered in 2007 and titled Switching: Goodbye Me .

The Fanatics (1997)

The Fanatics (also known as Fumbleheads) is a 1997 comedy film starring Ed Asner, Mark Curry, Barry Corbin and Austin Pendleton.

Beyond The Steppes (2010)

During World War II, a Polish woman (Agnieszka Grochowska) and her infant son try to survive inside a Russian labor camp.

Fangs of the Arctic (1953)

Fangs of the Arctic is a 1953 American western film directed by Rex Bailey and starring Kirby Grant, Lorna Hanson and Warren Douglas. The film was part of the series of ten films featuring Kirby Grant as a Canadian Mountie.

The Fascist (1961)

The Fascist (Italian: Il federale) is a 1961 Italian film directed by Luciano Salce.It was coproduced with France. It was also the first feature film scored by Ennio Morricone.

Miss Julie (1972)

A noblewoman's (Olimpia Marmoross) longstanding flirtation with her handsome servant (Marco Bonini) erupts into full-blown passion.

The Best Things in the World (2010)

The Best Things In The World (Portuguese: As Melhores Coisas do Mundo) is a 2010 Brazilian coming-of-age drama film based on the book series Mano, by Gilberto Dimenstein and Heloísa Prieto. It was directed, written and co-produced by Laís Bodanzky, and stars Francisco Miguez, Gabriela Rocha, Caio Blat, Denise Fraga, and Filipe Kartalian.

Warrior of Light (2001)

This documentary profiles Yvonne Bezerra de Mello, a socialite turned social activist who runs safe houses for homeless Brazilian street children. Yvonne becomes invested in her work after police kill eight homeless youths in 1993. Working daily in some of Rio de Janeiro's toughest slums, Yvonne uses innovative techniques to reach out to children coping with poverty, AIDS and absent parents, while fighting hostile Brazilian attitudes toward the poor.

The Fourth World War (2003)

The Fourth World War is a 2003 feature film directed by Richard Rowley.

In and Out of Planet Earth (2008)

Thinking he killed someone, a man (Mark Joseph) jumps into a river to drown himself but instead has a surreal underwater experience.

The Pirate Tapes (2011)

The Pirate Tapes is a documentary filmed by Somali-Canadian Mohamed Ashareh in Somalia and edited and produced by Palmira PDC in Canada. The film follows Ashareh, as he infiltrates a Somali pirate operation, giving a first person view of how they recruit and organize. The documentary premiered at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in 2011. It was picked up for distribution by HBO Documentary Films.

A Time to Live (1985)

A Time to Live is a 1985 American made-for-television drama film directed by Rick Wallace and starring Liza Minnelli, Jeffrey DeMunn, Swoosie Kurtz, Scott Schwartz and Corey Haim. It was broadcast on NBC on October 28, 1985.

The Durant Affair (1962)

The Durant Affair is a 1962 British drama film directed by Godfrey Grayson and starring Jane Griffiths, Conrad Phillips and Nigel Green.

Living on Love Alone (2010)

Living on Love Alone (French title: D'amour et d'eau fraîche) is a 2010 French drama film written and directed by Isabelle Czajka.

Wife, Doctor and Nurse (1937)

Wife, Doctor and Nurse is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Walter Lang.

Fighting Nirvana (2009)

Four people spend the night in an old house that may or may not have a ghost and treasure.

Dinner for One (1963)

Dinner for One, also known as The 90th Birthday (German: Der 90. Geburtstag), is a two-hander comedy sketch written by British author Lauri Wylie for the theatre. German television station Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR) recorded a performance of the piece in 1963, in its original English language, with a short introduction in German. It is a 18-minute single-take black-and-white recording featuring British comedians Freddie Frinton and May Warden. This comedy sketch went on to become the most frequently repeated TV programme ever. The program has become an integral component of the New Year's Eve schedule of several German television stations. Versions of the sketch are also shown by Swedish channels. Danish television has been broadcasting the sketch on New Year's Eve since 1980. It is a December 23 staple on Norwegian national television, and a cult television classic in Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, the Faroe Islands and Austria; on New Year's Eve 2003 alone, the sketch was broadcast 19 times (on various channels). As of 2005, the sketch had been repeated more than 230 times. It is known in other countries as well, including Switzerland, Luxembourg and South Africa. It has been broadcast on New Year's Eve in Australia on the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) station nationally since 1989. Despite such widespead fame, the program remains virtually unknown in the UK. In 2003, the Danish TV producer Paul Anthony Sørensen directed and produced a documentary about the sketch that includes interviews with relatives of Freddie Frinton and May Warden. It was nominated for the Rose d'Or 2004.

The Italian (1915)

The Italian is a 1915 American silent film feature which tells the story of an Italian gondolier who comes to the United States to make his fortune but instead winds up working as a shoeshiner and experiencing tragedy while living with his wife and child in a tenement on New York's Lower East Side. The film was produced by Thomas H. Ince, directed by Reginald Barker, and co-written by C. Gardner Sullivan and Ince. The film stars stage actor George Beban in the title role as the Italian immigrant, Pietro "Beppo" Donnetti. In 1991, this film was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.

Ittefaq (1969)

A painter who strangles his wife to death after she interrupts him during his work is sent to a psychiatric institute.

Violated (1953)

A New York police detective (Mitchell Kowal) tries to psych out a killer (Wim Holland) who has a fetish.

Miracle Seller (2010)

Urika, Hasim and Stefan travel to France to find their father.

Conqueror of Maracaibo (1961)

A pirate accused of treason saves Spanish ships from other pirates and gets even with his enemy.

The Man Beyond the Bridge (2009)

Paltadacho Munis or The Man Beyond the Bridge is an Indian film in Konkani directed by Laxmikant Shetgaonkar. Set in Goa, the film is about a recently widowed forest ranger in a dwindling forest, who strikes up an unlikely relationship with a woman he finds lost and alone in the woods. The film tries to destigmatise mental illness, often equated with being possessed by the devil in rural India.

The Gruesome Death of Tommy Pistol (2012)

Struggling actor Tommy P turns his back on his friends and family to pursue his dream of stardom, and he finally hits rock bottom when he realizes that, even in his dreams, he is a failure.

The Atrocity Exhibition (2000)

A scientist (Victor Slezak) obsessed with World War III hits the road with a woman (Anna Juvander) so he can re-create scenes from history.

Thou Shalt Not Kill (1961)

Tu ne tueras point (Thou Shalt Not Kill), also known as L'objecteur, is a 1961 French feature film directed by Claude Autant-Lara, written by Jean Aurenche and Pierre Bost, and starring Laurent Terzieff and Horst Frank. Actress Suzanne Flon won the Best Actress award at the 1961 Venice Film Festival for her role in the film.

A Touch of Murder (1990)

Psychic powers show a junkyard worker the history of objects related to three crimes.

The Ties That Bind (1985)

Filmed by her daughter, a woman remembers growing up in Nazi Germany.

Conquest of Cochise (1953)

The incomparable William Castle (The Tingler) directed this unusual western, produced by B-movie icon Sam Katzman (The Giant Claw). After the U.S. government purchases land from Mexico, a cavalry Major (Robert Stack) is sent to broker peace between the Mexicans and the Apaches, who both despise each other. Further complications arise when the Comanches try to stir up even more trouble. The solid cast includes John Hodiak (Lifeboat) as Cochise, plus Joy Page (Casablanca), Fortunio Bonanova (Citizen Kane) and a gag cameo by silent comic Snub Pollard as a barfly. Beautifully shot in Technicolor at the world-famous Vasquez Rocks, this is a rugged, action-packed adventure for those looking for something off the beaten trail. Newly remastered.

Lightning Strikes West (1940)

A federal-agent cowboy (Ken Maynard) hunts an escaped convict he hunted before.

They Came to a City (1945)

J.B Priestley’s play about post-war reconstruction is an absorbing fantasy. A group of people are killed in an air raid, arrive at the gates of a mysterious city, and each describes what kind of place he or she hopes it will turn out to be.

John Hus (1977)

John Hus is a 1977 American film biography of the 14th-century Czech church reformer Jan Hus, directed by Michael Oconomou. The film was produced by Faith For Today Ministries, the creators of a Christian TV program of the same name. The film featured Rod Colbin in the title role.

The Daring Young Man (1942)

Daring Young Man is a 1942 American comedy film directed by Frank R. Strayer, which stars Joe E. Brown, Marguerite Chapman, and William Wright. Brown plays the dual roles of a failure turned champion bowler, Jonathan Peckinpaw, and his own grandmother. The original screenplay was written by Karen DeWolf and Connie Lee.

Tutta Colpa Di Giuda (2009)

A female theater director creates a reinterpretation of the Crucifixion with inmates as actors in a Turin prison.

The Ditch (2011)

The Ditch, also known as Goodbye Jiabiangou is a 2010 film produced and directed by Wang Bing, an independent Chinese filmmaker better known for his work on documentaries. The film, on the subject of Chinese forced-labour camps during early 1960 Maoist China era, was chosen to be the film sorpresa in the 2010 Venice Film Festival.

Star Time (1992)

Star Time is a 1992 American horror film written, produced, and directed by Alexander Cassini, and starring Michael St. Gerard and Maureen Teefy. Its plot follows a young man in Los Angeles who has a psychological breakdown after the cancellation of his favorite television show, leading him to go on a murder spree.

The Demon of the Derby (2001)

Former roller derby player Ann Calvello skates her way to the top of the game during the sport's heyday.

False Faces (1943)

False Faces is a 1943 American mystery film directed by George Sherman and written by Curt Siodmak. The film stars Stanley Ridges, Veda Ann Borg, William "Bill" Henry, Janet Shaw, Rex Williams and John Maxwell. The film was released on May 28, 1943, by Republic Pictures.

Date with Death (1959)

A drifter (Gerald Mohr) takes a slain policeman's identity to avenge his murder and break up gangster rackets.

Aberration (2007)

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

A Different Path (2010)

A sidewalk activist and others struggle to make their way through the urban environment.

Bhutto (2010)

Politician Benazir Bhutto becomes prime minister of Pakistan.

The Family Next Door (1939)

The Family Next Door is a 1939 American comedy film starring Hugh Herbert, Joy Hodges, Eddie Quillan and Ruth Donnelly.

Our Beloved Month of August (2008)

Our Beloved Month of August (Portuguese: Aquele Querido Mês de Agosto) is a 2008 Portuguese film directed by Miguel Gomes.