Night Voyage (1977)

Two unmarried bank employees who live together conceal their relationship.

Arshinagar (2015)

Arshinagar is a 2015 Bengali musical romance drama film directed by Aparna Sen. The film features an ensemble cast that includes Dev, Rittika Sen, Jisshu Sengupta, Kaushik Sen, Waheeda Rehman, Kamaleshwar Mukherjee, Roopa Ganguly, Jaya Seal Ghosh. The screenplay is an adaptation of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The trailer of the film was released on 25 November 2015.

Dry Season (2006)

Daratt is a 2006 film by Chadian director Mahamat Saleh Haroun.

Tall: The American Skyscraper and Louis Sullivan (2006)

Tall: The American Skyscraper and Louis Sullivan is a 2006 documentary film by Manfred Kirchheimer that attempts to tell the story of how Louis Sullivan designed skyscrapers. The film begins by placing the viewer in late 19th century Chicago just after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. The film takes the viewer through the early development of skyscrapers with archival photos, music and narration. It ends by focusing on the decline of Louis Sullivan. The documentary met with mixed reviews that generally liked the artistry of the documentary but found the storytelling lacking.

Lives of Performers (1972)

A stark and revealing examination of romantic alliances, LIVES OF PERFORMERS examines the dilemma of a man who can’t choose between two women and makes them both suffer. Originally part of a dance performance choreographed by Rainer . We distribute Yvonne Rainer's films worldwide. The DVD and Blu-ray editions of the Rainer films that we sell in our web store are not available elsewhere, and are archival, institutional, movie-only DVDs without menus, chapters or extras. See the entire collection here . If you want to purchase this film for educational or personal use outside the USA, please email us for more information.

American Jihad (2017)

This exploration of homegrown Jihadism takes a look at how young men are radicalized to commit violent acts of terrorism and what can be done to prevent it.

Don't Take Me Home (2017)

Don't Take Me Home is a 2017 British documentary film, directed by Jonny Owen.

Suddenly Seventeen (2015)

Suddenly Seventeen is a 2016 Chinese fantasy romance drama film starring Ni Ni, Wallace Huo and Wang Talu. It is the directorial debut of Zhang Mo, Zhang Yimou's daughter. It was released in China by Le Vision Pictures on December 9, 2016.

Letters from War (2016)

Letters from War (Portuguese: Cartas da Guerra) is a 2016 Portuguese drama film directed by Ivo M. Ferreira and based on the epistolary novel D'este viver aqui neste papel descripto by António Lobo Antunes. It was selected to compete for the Golden Bear at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival, where it had its world premiere. It was selected as the Portuguese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 89th Academy Awards but it was not nominated.

The Fake (2015)

A man sets out to get a fake ID to get a senior discount.

Zorrita: Passion's Avenger (2000)

A masked seductress proves that her skills extend beyond swordplay as she makes a stand for pleasure in old California.

Papa Lumiere (2015)

Papa lumière is a French drama film directed by Ada Loueilh.

Growing Up Wild (2016)

From their first steps of exploring their world to their final steps into independence, the film reveals the triumphs and setbacks of five young animals, in which instinct, parental lessons, and trial and error ultimately define their destinies. With a little guidance from sage family members, each must figure out how and where to find food while learning to recognize the very real threat of danger.

The Miller Prediction (2016)

An American travels to the Middle East, searching for peace after the horrors of the Civil War. Eventually, he solves a mystery that has baffled scholars for centuries.

John Fleck Is Who You Want Him to Be (2015)

In 1990, John Fleck, the legendary gay performance artist and actor, became famous as one of the NEA 4 in a U.S. Supreme Court case involving freedom of speech and charges of obscenity.

One Night of Fear (2016)

Hikers and campers disappear without a trace in the Ocala National Forest.

The Exam (2011)

The Exam (Hungarian: A vizsga) is a 2011 Hungarian drama film directed by Péter Bergendy.

A Train for Durango (1968)

Train for Durango (Italian: Un treno per Durango) is a 1968 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Mario Caiano.

Totally Exposed (1991)

A hunky masseur finds true romance with his attractive business partner.

Bullets for Jesus (2015)

A sadistic and brutal killer who recites scriptures to suit his own self-serving madness and his partner take a man with no fear of death hostage.

Dji. Death Sails (2014)

A very unlucky Grim Reaper takes on the seemingly easy job of collecting the soul of a pirate stuck in the middle of the ocean.

All Hands on Deck (1961)

All Hands on Deck is a 1961 feature DeLuxe film musical in CinemaScope starring Pat Boone as a naval officer and directed by Norman Taurog. It is based on the novel "Warm Bodies" by Donald R. Morris.

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 a Man's a Man (1935)

When a Man's a Man is a 1935 American Western film directed by Edward F. Cline and written by Frank Mitchell Dazey and Agnes Christine Johnston. The film stars George O'Brien, Dorothy Wilson, Paul Kelly, Harry Woods, Jimmy Butler and Richard Carlyle. The film was released on February 15, 1935, by Fox Film Corporation. Parts of the film were shot in Zion National Park.

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.

Raising the Stakes (1999)

Stuck in a relationship that is going nowhere, a young man (Richard Cook) meets the woman of his dreams.

Millions (1991)

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

Vacation! (2010)

Four college friends who are attracted to one another spend a week at the beach, and everything is fun and games until a psychotic drug takes them on a bizarre trip.

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.

The False Faces (1919)

The False Faces is a 1919 American silent drama film directed by Irvin Willat from the novel by Louis Joseph Vance and starring Henry B. Walthall as Michael Lanyard, the "Lone Wolf," and Lon Chaney as the villain. A print of the film survives at George Eastman House. Lon Chaney's energetic performance remains an early example of his celebrated work.

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 Fanatics (1997)

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

Land (2010)

Three American men set up a business in Nicaragua and get into trouble when the Sandinistas come to power.

Little Brother, Big Trouble: A Christmas Adventure (2012)

Little Brother, Big Trouble: A Christmas Adventure (also known as Niko 2: Little Brother, Big Trouble, or simply Niko 2), is a Finnish-Danish-Irish computer animated comedy/adventure film, produced by Finnish Anima Vitae and Cinemaker OY with co-producers Ulysses (Germany), A. Film (Denmark), Tidal Films (Ireland). The animation was produced in Finland, Germany and Denmark, with post-production carried out in Ireland. It is the sequel to The Flight Before Christmas and is written Hannu Tuomainen, and Marteinn Thorisson and directed by Kari Juusonen and Jørgen Lerdam. It was released in Finland in October 12, 2012. The estimated production budget was €7,350,000. Anima Vitae and Cinemaker OY were nominated for Cartoon Movie Tributes 2013 in the category “European Producer of the Year”.

2012: Mayan Prophecy and the Shift of the Ages (2009)

An investigation of the doomsday prophecy and the predicted beginning of a new historical cycle.

Hunger Point (2003)

A domineering mother's (Barbara Hershey) insistence that her daughters (Christina Hendricks, Susan May Pratt) remain thin leads to dire consequences.

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.

Miss Julie (1972)

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

Alabama's Ghost (1973)

A nightclub employee contends with vampires, Nazis and a robot doppelganger after he assumes the mantle of a master magician.

Drawn to the Flame (2013)

A Hollywood agent (Lisa Welti) is reunited with a former boyfriend (Steve Kesmodel) when she returns home for her father's funeral.

Intimate Nights (1998)

A detective has an affair with an erotic dancer (J. Cynthia Brooks) wanted by a killer whose crime she witnessed.

House of Love (2000)

A documentarian (Catalina Larranaga) gains access to a high-class brothel.

Erotic Images (1983)

While working on her latest project, a filmmaker accidentally records her neighbor's tryst with a married man.

The Swinging Cheerleaders (1974)

The Swinging Cheerleaders is a 1974 comedy-drama film written and directed by exploitation film auteur Jack Hill (who was credited for writing the film as Jane Witherspoon). The film was also released under the titles Locker Room Girls and H.O.T.S. II. It is the sequel of sorts to the 1973 film The Cheerleaders, directed by Paul Glickler; and was itself followed by Revenge of the Cheerleaders (1976), directed by Richard Lerner; and The Great American Girl Robbery (1979) (aka Cheerleaders Wild Weekend), directed by Jeff Werner.

How to Succeed with Sex (1970)

How to Succeed with Sex is a 1970 American sex comedy film written and directed by Bert I. Gordon. The New York Times praised the film's dialogue.

Los corsarios (1971)

Pirates who are stranded on a small Caribbean island after a shipwreck are hired to protect the viceroy's beautiful daughter.

Sex Court: The Movie (2001)

An impromptu weekend of full disclosure takes place when a troubled wife seeks Judge Julie's help.

Easter Bunny Bloodbath (2010)

Twenty years ago, a little boy watched the Easter Bunny decapitate his sister. Now, on holiday vacation with his friends at an isolated cabin, he is once again terrorized by the sinister rabbit.

Kein Zickenfox (2014)

The largest female concert band in the world.

Jurassic School (2017)

Nerdy middle schooler Tommy is forced take care of a baby dinosaur after his cloned science fair project hatches early. He quickly begins to think of the creature not only as a pet, but also as a friend. But when the dino escapes on the day of the fair, Tommy must figure out a way to get the creature back before greedy grown-ups get to the dinosaur first.

Bonded by Blood 2 (2017)

The infamous Rettendon Range Rover murders - the culmination of a bloody drug gang war - has left a power vacuum in the Essex criminal underworld. A new gang move in to take up the mantle - they’re younger, leaner and more ruthless and ferocious than what has gone before. But their fast rise to the top and their simmering egos mean it isn’t their old school rivals they need to worry about - but each other.

Happiness Is a Four-letter Word (2016)

Happiness is a Four-letter Word is a 2016 South African romantic drama film directed by Thabang Moleya and written by Busisiwe Ntintili. Based on the novel of the same name by Nozizwe Cynthia Jele, the film tells the story of three friends trying to find their happiness while maintaining images of success and acceptability. The film revolves around three women. Glamorous trophy housewife Zaza, played by Khanyi Mbau, seems to be living the new South African dream of money, success, and loving partners. Lawyer and compulsive perfectionist Nandi, played by Mmabatho Montsho, whose life from the outside is perfect, has a great career and forthcoming nuptials, but in reality she is suffocating. Trendy art gallery owner and serial dater Princess is played by Renate Stuurman. The three friends juggle life's surprising changes as they come to learn that "happiness doesn't come with a manual". The three will have to find out what truly makes each of them happy and then fight to get it in their unique way.

Natural Wonders of the West (1938)

A look at some of the natural wonders of the western United States, including the Grand Canyon and the Devil's Tower.

Secret Rivals 3 (1981)

Northern Leg is out to find his brother's killer, and the clues point to Southern Fist. After a confrontation, however, it becomes clear that Southern Fist is innocent. The two then team up to take down the real villain in a battle to the death.

Pop Aye (2017)

A successful Bangkok architect in the midst of a midlife crisis is reunited with an elephant he knew growing up. The two embark on a road trip to the man's childhood home in the idyllic Thai countryside in Kirsten Tan’s feature debut, which won prizes (and hearts) at the Sundance and Rotterdam Film Festivals.

Bada Dosth (2006)

Bada Dosth is a 2006 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Viji Thampi and produced by Siddique. The film stars Suresh Gopi, Jyothirmayi, Siddique and Manoj K Jayan in lead roles. The film had a musical score by M. Jayachandran.

Razones para amarla (2015)

Sweet Beat (1959)

Homage at Siesta Time (1962)

Homage at Siesta Time (Spanish: Homenaje a la hora de la siesta, French: Quatre femmes pour un héros, Portuguese: Quatro Mulheres Para Um Herói, also known as Four Women for One Hero) is a 1962 Argentine-French-Brazilian drama film written and directed by Leopoldo Torre Nilsson. It is based on the play with the same name written by Beatriz Guido. It was entered into the main competition at the 23rd Venice International Film Festival.

Les Amoureux (1933)

L'Épervier (The Sparrowhawk), is a French drama film from 1933, directed and written by Marcel L'Herbier, starring Charles Boyer and Jean Marais. The film was based on a play by Francis de Croisset. It is also known under the title "Les amoureux" (alternative title).

Kathy Shower: Playmate Model Mom (2009)

Operation Mermaid (1963)

Brigada criminal (1950)

Criminal Brigade (Spanish:Brigada criminal) is a 1950 Spanish crime film directed by Ignacio F. Iquino and starring José Suarez, Soledad Lence and Alfonso Estela. It is a film noir with large amounts of location shooting in Madrid.

Der Fall Rabanser (1950)

The Rabanser Case (German: Der Fall Rabanser) is a 1950 West German crime film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Hans Söhnker, Richard Haussler and Carola Höhn. A journalist comes under suspicion of murder. The film's sets were designed by the art director Franz Schroedter.

The Rustler's Roundup (1933)

Rustlers' Roundup is a 1933 American Western film directed by Henry MacRae and written by Frank Howard Clark. The film stars Tom Mix, Diane Sinclair, Noah Beery, Jr., Douglass Dumbrille, Roy Stewart and Nelson McDowell. The film was released on March 16, 1933, by Universal Pictures.

Taxi to Paradise (1933)

Taxi to Paradise is a 1933 British comedy film directed by Adrian Brunel and starring Binnie Barnes, Garry Marsh and Henry Wilcoxon. It was made as a quota quickie at Wembley Studios.

Call of the Coyote: A Legend of the Golden West (1934)

Die vier Musketiere (1934)

The Four Musketeers (German: Die vier Musketiere) is a 1934 German drama film directed by Heinz Paul and starring Fritz Kampers, Paul Westermeier and Erhard Siedel. Four comrades of the First World War meet up many years later and discover they have very different views on the political future of Germany. The film's art direction was by Robert A. Dietrich.

Flyin' Cut Sleeves (1993)

Anna the Adventuress (1920)

Anna the Adventuress is a 1920 British silent drama film directed by Cecil Hepworth and starring Alma Taylor, Jean Cadell and James Carew. It is based on a novel by Phillips Oppenheim. It is considered a lost film.

Fuga desesperada (1961)

Eliminate: Archie Cookson (2011)

Dogma Dogma (2016)

Peace in Love (2014)

O Vendedor de Passados (2014)

Fucking in Love (2015)

A Common Purpose (2012)

Natsumi's Firefly (2016)

WCW SuperBrawl 2000 (2000)

Cruel Joys (2002)

Kruté radosti ("Cruel Joys") is a 2002 Slovak-Czech comedy, starring Tatiana Pauhofová. The film directed by Juraj Nvota produced several awards. Amongs others, at Art Film Fest, Festival of Slovak Film Cran-Gevrier, while Ondřej Vetchý earned an award as the Best Male Actor at the IFF Faces of Love in Moscow, Russia.

Lapsus (2016)

The Only Way (2004)

The Only Way is a 2004 American film about a school shooting directed by David Zimmerman III and Levi Steven Obery. The film is loosely based on the April 20, 1999 tragedy at Columbine High School. The film was shot entirely on location in Metamora, Illinois, Washington, Illinois, Pekin, Illinois, and Peoria, Illinois with Metamora Township High School, the same high school from which the film's directors graduated, serving as the principal location.

Smoking Nonsmoking (2011)

Prinzessin Turandot (1934)

Princess Turandot (German:Prinzessin Turandot) is a 1934 German comedy film directed by Gerhard Lamprecht and starring Käthe von Nagy and Willy Fritsch. A separate French-language version Turandot, Princess of China was also released. The script, by Thea von Harbou, includes elements of Puccini's opera Turandot and Friedrich Schiller's adaptation of Carlo Gozzi's 1762 play Turandot. The film sets were designed by the art directors Robert Herlth and Walter Röhrig. The music was by Franz Doelle with song lyrics by Bruno Balz and C. Amberg (including the opening Turandot, bezaubernde Turandot - 'enchanting Turandot'), and the sound engineer was Dr. Fritz Seidel.

The Star of Valencia (1933)

The Star of Valencia (German: Der Stern von Valencia) is a 1933 German drama film directed by Alfred Zeisler and starring Liane Haid, Peter Erkelenz and Ossi Oswalda. It was made in Mallorca, at the same time as a French-language version L'étoile de Valencia directed by Serge de Poligny.

Die Gattin (1943)

The Blonde Gypsy (1953)

The Blonde Gypsy (French: La caraque blonde) is a 1953 French drama film directed by Jacqueline Audry and starring Tilda Thamar, Roger Pigaut and Gérard Landry.

A Sight of Light (1943)

Traces of Light (Spanish:Huella de luz) is a 1943 Spanish comedy film directed by Rafael Gil on his directing debut. It is based on a novel by Wenceslao Fernández Flórez.

Angel's Blood Mission (1988)

Syntagma (1983)

A Perfect Child of Satan (2012)

El ultimo perro (1956)

El Último perro is a 1956 Argentine film directed by Lucas Demare. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.

Pas în doi (1986)

Pas în doi, also known as Paso Doble, is a 1985 Romanian film directed by Dan Pița. It stars Claudiu Bleonț, Petre Nicolae, Anda Onesa and Ecaterina Nazare. It was entered into the 36th Berlin International Film Festival where it won an Honourable Mention.

Blood Hands (1990)

R20 (2004)

I Have 3 Eggs (1990)

Pan Twardowski (1936)

Pan Twardowski is a 1936 Polish fantasy film directed by Henryk Szaro and starring Franciszek Brodniewicz, Kazimierz Junosza-Stępowski and Maria Bogda. It is one of many films based on the legend of Pan Twardowski who makes a Faustian pact to win the love of a woman.