Gnana Oli (1972)

Gnana Oli is a 1972 Tamil language drama film, directed by P. Madhavan, written by Vietnam Veedu Sundaram, starring Sivaji Ganesan in the lead role. It is a loose adaptation of Victor Hugo's Les Miserables. This film was remade in Hindi as Devata (1978) and in Telugu as Chakravarthy (1987).

Phantom Limb (2005)

The death of my seven-year-old brother when I was nine remains a painful and haunting memory. My parents did not know how to cope with the loss of their child and the entire family experienced indescribable pain. PHANTOM LIMB uses this personal story as a point of departure. Whether it is a loss through death or divorce, the stages of grieving are the same. Individuals often go through denial, anger, bargaining, depression and, ultimately, some kind of acceptance, in order to heal. The film is loosely structured according to these stages. Interspersed throughout this poetic documentary are interviews with a cemetery owner, a phantom limb patient and an author of a book about evidence for life after death. PHANTOM LIMB reminds viewers that while grief is painful and isolating, it is a reminder to each of us that life is impermanent.

A Royal Hangover (2014)

A Royal Hangover is a 2014 documentary film written and directed by Arthur Cauty and co-produced by Silver Levy-So that explores alcoholism in Britain, examining why the country faces such severe problems relating to alcohol and the taboo issues relating to it.

A Swan Lake (2014)

Alexander Ekman is an internationally acclaimed choreographer, recognized for his ability to pair wit and playfulness. His new full-length ballet A Swan Lake, nominated for a 2015 Benois de la Danse, takes a fresh look at Tchaikovsky's classic work.

A Wonderful Cloud (2015)

Katelyn travels to Los Angeles to wrestle control of a clothing company from Eugene, her ex. She quickly realizes he has more than business in mind, and they spend a weekend trying to figure out if they have a future together.

A Yank At Eton (1942)

High school football star Tim Dennis has big plans for his future: the University of Notre Dame and gridiron glory! Instead, his mother marries an Englishman, and Tim and his sister are summoned to live with their new family across the Atlantic. There, Tim becomes a student at the distinguished British boys’ school Eton, and his free-spirited ways run headlong into time-honored tradition. Mickey Rooney portrays Tim in this fish-out-of-water tale co-scripted by and based on a story by A Yank at Oxford screenwriter George Oppenheimer. Freddie Bartholomew plays Tim’s new stepbrother; any chance to see Rooney and Bartholomew together remains one of the great joys of Golden Era movies (it’s the last of five features pairing them). The acting constellation, ably directed by Norman Taurog of Boys Town fame, includes Edmund Gwenn as an avuncular housemaster and Peter Lawford as an arrogant upperclassman.

Legend of Lead Belly (2013)

Huddie Ledbetter was born into poverty, battled racism, and did time, but in spite of his early hardships, or perhaps because of them, he became one of the great musicians of the 20th century. We trace the life and career of Lead Belly, a man praised by critics and revered by artists, whose unique music crossed a host of genres and influenced countless industry legends, from The Beatles to Led Zeppelin to Nirvana and beyond. See how his talent, humanity, and determination defeated all that stood in his way to make his voice heard, then and now.

Spare Time Killers (2012)

A hit man (Kirk Ramage) goes on a deadly rampage when his longtime cohort (Tony Martin Blank) decides to retire.

Haunted House On Sorority Row (2014)

After a fledgling sorority moves into an old house, something evil begins to affect the minds and bodies of its members.

American Federale (2013)

American Federale takes us behind the scenes in border Mexico where life constantly hangs in the balance. We all assume we know about life there. Lobo, American by birth, gives us a first hand account of his time as a Mexican Federale.

Polly's GlobalWalk (2009)

On August 1, 1999 Polly left Vail Colorado, by foot, to become the first woman to walk around the world. On September 11, while in Muslim Malaysia, she suddenly found herself discovering the world from a unique historical perspective. Determined as ever, she quickly adjusted her strut thru an Islamic Asia, India, and a simmering Europe. It became a journey personifying the spirit of commitment and perseverance. Polly's GlobalWalk is a human interest story full of grit, courage and determination. It entertains, educates, enlightens and inspires, and the film's message is clear: you can accomplish anything if you take it one step at a time.

The Popovich Brothers of South Chicago (1977)

In a small community of steel workers, truck drivers, and teachers on the South Side of Chicago, a musical group called the Popovich Brothers maintained the traditional music and rich culture of their Serbian homeland by performing in local venues. By the 1970s, when this poignant but entertaining documentary was produced, the Popovich Brothers had been performing for almost 50 years, bringing this music to young generations eager to embrace the culture and values of their parents' native country. The brothers play with an earnest passion, making their love of the music and traditions infectious. THE POPOVICH BROTHERS OF SOUTH CHICAGO chronicles the end of an era as death and old age alter the group's members and internal dynamic. Just as the brothers preserve the traditions and culture of another time and place, so does this documentary offer a snapshot of Chicago's Serbian-American community, capturing a part of the immigrant experience.Time and progress may alter the landscape of the neighborhood . . . but the music lives on.

Breathe (2010)

Charlie is an average French suburban teenager, but when she becomes fast friends with Sarah, the rebellious new girl at school, she discovers there's nothing average about how she feels in Melanie Lauren't sexy sophomore film.

Les pêcheurs de perles (2005)

Les pêcheurs de perles dates from 1863 and represents much more than a mere operatic exercise written by a twenty-five-year-old composer. Pêcheurs is, as a matter of fact, the only other Bizet opera, beside Carmen, to have remained in the repertoire. This opera contains memorable passages, which have ensured its long-lasting success and which many great singers (beginning with Caruso) have recorded and performed: for example the aria of Nadir Je crois entendre encore; the beautiful aria of Léïla Comme autrefois, dans la nuit sombre and, above all, the superb duet between Léïla and Nadir Ton cour n'a pas compris le mien. This Venetian production features an extraordinary Annick Massis as Léïla and the refined staging of Pier Luigi Pizzi.

Debra Digiovanni: Single, Awkward, Female (2011)

Debra is a comedy star who is moving up in the world. She has been selling out many venues where she performs and has won a few awards. Her latest film is about dating and her views on love presented in a way that only she can get across.

Latter-Day Night Biscuit (2005)

Stand-up comedian Johnny Biscuit stars in this feature-length comedy film, bringing his trademark wit and searing insight to LDS culture!The Biscuit riffs on everything from handcarts to handicrafts to everyday oddities found in Mormon culture.Replete with laugh-out-loud moments, Latter-day Night Biscuit will leave you in stitches!

Lovefilm (1970)

Lovefilm (Hungarian: Szerelmesfilm) is a 1970 Hungarian drama film written and directed by István Szabó. The film was selected as the Hungarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 43rd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee. Lovefilm is a film that is a cinematic imagery of the unspoken and untold aspects of love and hope between individuals. It depicts love between two childhood sweet hearts who continue to share strong bond and friendship through their adulthood though they quite do not define it as a love relationship for most part. They continue to refer to their relation as friends or childhood friendship or even introduce each other to their friends as 'like my brother' and 'like my sister'. It thus depicts love and undefined relationships that is experienced by most humans in their lives. Hence the musical and lucid title of 'Serelmesfilm' or 'Lovefilm'.

Fuck for Forest (2012)

Fuck for Forest is a 2012 documentary film directed by Michal Marczak. The film premiered in Poland on 13 October 2012 at the Warsaw Film Festival, where it won Best Documentary. It premiered in the United States at the South by Southwest Film Festival on 8 March 2013. In 2013 it was nominated for the Sheffield Green Award as part of Sheffield Doc/Fest, and received a Special Mention.

Treasure Chest of Horrors II (2013)

Sexy, sinful horror host Mona Screamalot (Penthouse Pet Veronica Ricci) and her crazy backwoods family invite you to take a seat on the couch as they serve up six sick short films from their secret stash of horror trash. Featuring the work of emerging genre directors, this is a bloody and brain-numbing buffet of the bizarre.

Steel of Fire Warriors 2010 A.D. (2008)

"First the world was normal, everyone was happy. Then, the apocalypse happened and everything changed. Politics failed. Civilization fell into disarray. Out of the muck of this primordial devastation rose the hideous, deformed and evil Mutantzoids destroying everything in sight with their horrible mutant powers and appearances. None would stand in their swath of destruction, with the possible execption of... STEEL OF FIRE WARRIORS 2010 A.D.!" Thus begins the most hilarious no-budget, post-apoclyptic sci-fi/fantasy/action/adventure/comedy epic ever made. Kevin Clarke and Travis Vogt star as Kevin and Travis, two Steel of Fire Warriors who must fight against the evil Lord Gilgazorg and his Mutantzoid horde, in order to regain peace in New World. Along the way they are joined in their battles by many strange allies including a robot, a magical "Waracle", a weird little monster, "shadow people", and even A Girl!

Unlocking the Mystery of Life (2003)

Unlocking the Mystery of Life is a 2003 intelligent design documentary film promoted and produced by Illustra Media and Focus on the Family. The film's script was written by Stephen C. Meyer, who is director of the Center for Science and Culture at the Discovery Institute, and it includes fellows of the institute such as Jonathan Wells and Michael Behe arguing for intelligent design and against evolution.

Born Into Mafia (2007)

The Movie that you can not miss. Action, Drama, Romance and Crime all together in a rollercoaster of adrenaline. The story about good and evil, God and Mafia, peace and war within the family. Find out what happens when a child is being born and raised surrounded by Russian Mafia Family. At adulthood Ivan decides that organized crime it is not for him. He finds peace and God and chooses to run to America against his father's will. Psychotic uncle Dimitry, greedy for money and power kills his own brother to take over the family and goes to USA in order to execute his nephew Ivan as well. They say: Once in the Mafia, Always in the Mafia. Ivan is going to find out if this saying is true or not. Will he escape his family curse?

The Cross and the Towers (2006)

Seven people spread the word of hope after they discover four perfect crosses at Ground Zero.

Frank Enstein (1992)

Frank is a mechanical human-like son created by Dr. Max Enstein to retrieve a scientific formula which was stolen from him by his competitors. With the help of a TV journalist, Frank is convinced that his father is not a good man and Frank is unable to complete his father's mission effectively. In his search for the formula, Frank is caught in many hilarious situations in which he responds like the "big clumsy kid" that he actually is.

Outcall (2014)

A murdered escort haunts a family man.

Walking Through the Angels (2014)

A young man without ambition would like to know why his girlfriend kicked him out of her car in the middle of the night. As he walks from East Los Angeles to Santa Monica he learns about keeping and finding love in the City of Angels.

Extinction: Patient Zero (2014)

A group of friends fight for their lives against the lethal and ravenous creatures lurking beneath the Earth's surface. Though they fought countless battles in Iraq, these friends never knew real fear until they went underground

Stag (2013)

Ken has hazed his friends during stag parties, and now it is his turn to be abused.

In Complete World (2008)

in complete world is a feature-length documentary made up of street interviews done throughout NYC. Mixing political questions (Are we responsible for the government we get?) with more broadly existential ones (Do you feel you have control over your life?), the film centers on the tension between individual and collective responsibility. The film can be seen as a user's manual for citizenship in the 21st century, as well as a glimpse into the opinions and self-perceptions of a diverse group of Americans. It is a testament to the people of NYC in this new millennium, who freely offer up thoughtful, provocative and at times tender revelations to a complete stranger, just because she asked.

The End of Ageing (2010)

All over the world, human beings are living longer than ever before. This is due to many factors, including improved living conditions, lifestyle choices and medical advancements. While there is not a single cause, a growing community of scientists are pushing the limits of life expectancy. In the not-too-distant future, they may even be able to halt ageing altogether. As the world's population continues to live longer, our current economic systems will no longer be sustainable. Health care systems, and the economies that fund them, need to make major changes. Because a growing number of people are healthy enough continue to work and play, we will need to reevaluate the nature of employment and recreation.

Raja (2003)

Set in Marrakech, a wealthy middle-aged Frenchman's entangled relationship with a beautiful, teenage Moroccan girl leads to an array of seductions and manipulations. But who will end up on top? In French and Arabic with English subtitles.

A Breath Of Scandal (1960)

A Breath of Scandal, known as Olympia in Italy, is a 1960 film adapted from Ferenc Molnár's stage play Olympia. It stars Sophia Loren, Maurice Chevalier, John Gavin and Angela Lansbury and was directed by Michael Curtiz. The film is set at the turn of the 20th century and features lush technicolor photography of Vienna and the countryside of Austria. The costumes and lighting were designed by George Hoyningen-Huene and executed by Ella Bei of the Knize fashion house (Austria). Due in part to Curtiz's direction which Sophia Loren was at odds with, Italian director Vittorio De Sica was hired to reshoot certain scenes with Loren after hours without Curtiz's knowledge. The film is based on the 1928 play Olympia rather than being a remake of the 1929 MGM film His Glorious Night.

Avril Lavigne: The Best Damn Tour - Live in Toronto (2008)

The Best Damn Tour: Live in Toronto captures Avril Lavigne’s brightest, most colorful concerts to date, Avril’s biggest hits take center stage, including the worldwide smash “Girlfriend,” plus “Complicated,” “Sk8er Boi” and “My Happy Ending.”

Great Cities of Europe (2005)

Explore some of the very best sites, sounds and tastes Europe has to offer. This series takes you from one European hot spot to the next, introducing you to famous landmarks as well as great places to sleep, eat and soak up the culture.

Is This a Joke? (2011)

Tim leads a life full of comedy and his girlfriend grows tired of it. He tries to reject his comedic world to win her back and the only solution he can think of to escape the jokes involves a gun.

Artie Lange: Jack And Coke (2009)

As raw and offensive as ever, Artie Lange returns to his roots in JACK AND COKE, shot at one of his favorite clubs in his beloved New York City. One of America's funniest stand-up comedians, Lange's irreverent, uncensored humor gets huge laughs from this NYC crowd. The culmination of nearly four years of touring, JACK AND COKE includes nearly an hour and a half of insanely honest, hilarious material. Hope you like it.

Last Of The Red Hot Lovers (1972)

Neil Simon's Last of the Red Hot Lovers is a 1972 comedy film based on Neil Simon's play of the same name. Alan Arkin, Sally Kellerman, Paula Prentiss and Renée Taylor star in it.

Driving Equality Across America (2014)

Driving Equality Across America is the product of a 107-day, 22,000-mile trek through most of the lower 48 states in an effort to meet, interview, and share the stories of LGBT Americans, their allies, and their opponents. In an effort to raise awareness of the various forms of discrimination faced by the LGBT community and the tremendous progress being make toward equality, these interviews give the viewer a better understanding of what it is like to be LGBT in vastly different parts of the country. Many of these interviews tell the stories of LGBT individuals, their personal struggles and incredible accomplishments. Other interviews depict how the LGBT community has employed different ways of combating discrimination across the nation. This film follows the filmmaker's trip across the country as he meets LGBT Americans where they live, in small towns and big cities. Through touching interviews, some heartbreaking, others inspiring, Driving Equality Across America offers a glimpse of the filmmaker's journey into the heart of LGBT America.

Asad (2012)

Asad is a 2012 South African-American short film directed by Bryan Buckley. The film was nominated for the 2012 Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film.

Love and Class in Connecticut (2007)

Love and Class in Connecticut is an award-winning dramedy directed by Doug Tenaglia and written by playwright Susan Cinoman. The premise: Tina, the black sheep sister, shows up uninvited to her family's upper middle class Connecticut home on the weekend of her sister's baby's naming ceremony. Tina intends to seduce and steal her sister's husband. The film is 40 minutes long and was shot in 48 hours, primarily in one room. Winner: New England Film and Video Festival; Connecticut Film Festival. Official Selection: Berkshire International Film Festival.

Vengeance of the Zombies (1973)

Vengeance of the Zombies (Spanish: La rebelión de las muertas) is a 1973 horror film directed by León Klimovsky and starring Paul Naschy. The original Spanish title translates as Rebellion of the Dead Women, or simply Rebellion of the Dead.

I'll Name the Murderer (1936)

I'll Name the Murderer is a 1936 American film directed by Bernard B. Ray.

Peter Jennings Reporting: The Kennedy Assassination - Beyond Conspiracy (2003)

No other murder in history has produced as much speculation as the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas. Forty years later more than 80% of Americans still believe there was a conspiracy to kill the president and that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone. This film attempts to separate fact from conspiracy theories to get to the truth. "The Kennedy Assassination: Beyond Conspiracy" employs stunning forensic technology that makes it possible for the first time to be an eyewitness to this crime of the century - to see precisely what happened that November day in Dallas. Award-winning animator Dale Myers spent the last decade creating a computer-generated reconstruction of the assassination based on maps, blueprints, physical measurements, over 500 photographs, the Zapruder film and crime-lab and autopsy reports. Myers reconstruction brings viewers as close as anyone could come to actually being in Dealey Plaza on that day. "Beyond Conspiracy" is a program that counters speculation and theory with rational conclusions based on hard evidence as it examines a tragedy that still haunts the American psyche.

Sitting Bull: A Stone in My Heart (2006)

Sitting Bull's own words, over six-hundred photographs and a compelling original music score bring to life this great American Indian's struggle to save his people's way of life against an ever-expanding westward movement of white settlers. This is powerful cinematic journey into the life and spirit of a legendary figure. No other film captures him with such depth of character and personality. This is the Sitting Bull few people know.

UFO Chronicles: Area 51 Exposed (2015)

A retired military weatherman who worked at Area 51 from 1965 to 1967 recounts his encounters with extraterrestrial beings.

Eclectic Shorts by Eric Leiser (2005)

Nickelodeon wiz-kid Erik Leiser displays his boundless creativity in this short collection. A stunning compilation of works presented with a mixture of live action, stop motion animation, puppetry and pixilation techniques, produced between 2001 and 2006. Original Score by Jeffrey Leiser: Psalms, Prelude, Iceland, Waking a Dream, Terra Iconit a, Autumn and more.

Death and Diamonds (1968)

Death and Diamonds (German: Dynamit in grüner Seide) is a 1968 German thriller film directed by Harald Reinl and starring George Nader, Carl Möhner and Heinz Weiss. It was part of the Jerry Cotton series of films about an FBI agent.

Truth in Numbers? Everything, According to Wikipedia (2010)

Truth in Numbers? Everything, According to Wikipedia is a 2010 American documentary film that explores the history and cultural implications of the online, user-editable encyclopedia Wikipedia. The film considers the question of whether all individuals or just experts should be tasked with editing an encyclopedia.

A Norml Life (2011)

Patients, doctors and caregivers discuss the current state of medical marijuana in the United States.

Quest for the Real Paul (2005)

Go on a fascinating journey to many of the places where the apostle traveled and taught. Along the way, scholar David Hulme begins to unravel the centuries of accumulated misunderstanding about Paul and his teachings. With modern scholarship shedding new light on the biblical record, an astonishingly different picture of the apostle Paul emerges.

Ses (2008)

Grief-stricken, Nete moves to a new school. There she meets a boy. Shocked, she realizes that he looks exactly like the brother she lost in a car accident...

Santana Corazon: Live from Mexico: Live It to Believe It (2014)

Guitar legend Carlos Santana performs with some of the biggest names in Latin music for a very special concert from Guadelaja, Mexico.

Elmo's World: Singing, Drawing & More! (2002)

Join Sesame Street's curious red monster as he explores singing, drawing, and telephones! Elmo's World offers kids and adults a fresh and lighthearted take on the world around them. Each episode comes to life in Elmo's bright, exciting and very original room - the drawer, door, shade, and TV all join in the fun. And he's even visited by a Muppet opera diva and a talking Muppet phone! Also featuring Elmo's pet goldfish, Dorothy, the zany Mr. Noodle and classic songs that will delight viewers of all ages.

Beyond the Wall: Homeless Zone (2009)

Beyond the Wall: Homeless Zone navigates the journey of two Iraq War veterans who slipped through the cracks and lived on the streets of Washington, D.C. and two Vietnam veterans who helped them in the fight to end homelessness.

Susie the Little Blue Coupe (1952)

Susie the Little Blue Coupe is an animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and originally released by RKO Radio Pictures on June 6, 1952. The eight-minute film was directed by Clyde Geronimi and based on an original short-story by Bill Peet. The story was adapted for the screen by Peet and Don DaGradi.

The Famous Joe Project (2012)

Joe, in the midst of dropping out of college and coming out as gay, decides to record the everyday activities of his life on a handheld mini-video and post the clips to the internet. Soon after he begins this experiment, Joe meets Jesus, a narcissistic hustler drawn to the idea of constantly being on camera.

The Ghost (1963)

The Ghost (Italian title: Lo Spettro) is a 1963 Italian horror film directed by Riccardo Freda, using the pseudonym "Robert Hampton". The film stars Barbara Steele and Peter Baldwin. Other titles for the film include The Spectre and Lo Spettro del Dr. Hichcock.

School Of Death (1975)

Dean Selmier, Sandra Mozaroski, Victoria Vera. An 1899 London orphanage is the setting for this weird tale. There is a really cool looking monster-guy doing weird experiments on an attractive young woman. He's actually a fire-scarred mad doctor who subjects his beautiful victim to memory-draining surgery, turning her into a zombie. She eventually dies, but like in all good horror movies she's soon seen walking around again. Who is this mad doctor and what does he want? All things considered, this is a good old-fashioned horror movie that's very atmospheric and entertaining. A very good Euro-horror film. Color, 16mm.

UFO Encounter of the Third Kind: The Rendlesham UFO Case (2012)

The Rendlesham Forest Incident is one of the most amazing incidents in UFO History. Discover the evidence and the cover-up with eyes witnesses and Randy Haragan in this documentary.

Furious Beauty (2013)

A single mother and her dance partner create a hip-hop dance company with public school students and street dancers.

Gambler (1995)

The Gambler is a 1995 Bollywood suspense action film directed by Dayal Nihalani, which is a remake of the Malayalam film Aanaval Mothiram.The movie was hit and maintain a classic cult status over the years because of Govinda's comedy scenes.

Gina (1975)

Gina is a Canadian drama film from Quebec, directed by Denys Arcand and released in 1975. The film stars Celine Lomez as Gina, a stripper who, after being raped in a motel room, hires two criminal thugs to exact her revenge on the rapists.

Gitmek: My Marlon and Brando (2008)

Türkiye'de daha önce çekilen bir filmin setinde tanışan Iraklı Kürt Hama Ali ile Türk oyuncu Ayça arasında bir aşk başlamıştır. Film çekimleri bitmiş, Hama Ali Irak'a, Ayça ise İstanbul'daki rutin yaşamına geri dönmüştür. Öykü, Körfez Savaşına iki ay kala başlar. Artık Hama Ali Irak'ta, Ayça ise İstanbul'dadır. Ayça ile Hama Ali arasındaki telefon bağlantısı sağlıklı yürümemektedir. Hama Ali belli aralıklarla her seferinde başka bir yöntemle Kuzey Irak'tan amatör kamera ile çektiği görüntülü mesajları Ayça'ya göndermektedir. Ayça onun için kaygılanmaktadır... Savaşın başlamasıyla beraber Ayça ile Hama Ali arasındaki iletişim tamamen kesilir. Ayça ona ulaşmak için önce telefon trafiği ile (Konsolosluklar-Dışişleri bakanlığı) sonrasında ise her şeyi göze alarak Irak'a gitmeye karar verir. Bu dönemde ailesiyle, tiyatro çevresiyle ve kendisiyle mücadele etmek zorunda kalır. Savaş Irak'ta bir kaosa ve yıkıma yol açmıştır. Savaş başlamadan önce müttefiklerin müdahalesinden yana olan Hama Ali için yaşananlar hiç de beklediği şeyler değildir. Herkes Irak'tan kaçmaya çalışırken, Ayça'nın Hama Ali'ye ulaşma çabası adeta tersine bir yolculuğa dönüşür. Ayça doğup büyüdüğü kenti şimdi başka türlü görmeye başlar; K.Irak'lı göçmen sanatçılar, Avrupa'ya gitmek için İstanbul'u mesken tutan mülteciler, kaçakçılar... Kentin gündelik yaşamında fark edilmeyen insanlar; yalnız yaşayan iki yaşlı komşu, Avangard bir tiyatro grubu ve çoğu kez yanımızdan teğet geçen fark edemediğimiz insanlar. Öyle bir an gelir ki Ayça İstanbul'da daha fazla durmanın anlamsız olduğunu fark eder. Ya şimdi gidecektir ya da ömrünce bu pişmanlıkla "yalnız" yaşamına devam edecektir. İstanbul'dan önce Diyarbakır'a oradan da Habur sınır kapısına gider. Savaş nedeniyle kapalı olan sınırda uzun tır kuyrukları ve içeride kalan yakınlarından haber alamayan kadınlarla karşılaşır. Bu arada Hama Ali bir savaş muhabirinin telefonuyla Ayça'ya ulaşır. Ayça'nın kesin kararlı olduğunu anlayan Hama Ali, Irak'ta değil de daha güvenli bulduğu için İran'da bir sınır kasabasında onunla buluşmaya razı olur. Turist olduğuna kimseyi inandıramayan Ayça zorlu bir yolculuktan sonra İran'daki sınır kasabasına ulaşır. Ancak savaş bu iki sevgilinin buluşmasına izin vermeyecektir.

Give Up Tomorrow (2011)

The legal system in the Philippines is put to the test after a member of a powerful family is accused of murder.

Chalán (2012)

Alan grows tired of cleaning up all trace of his boss's misbehaviors, so he decides that things will be different today.

Grow! (2011)

Twenty young people live an agrarian lifestyle while learning to be sustainable farmers.

Gympl (2007)

Gympl is a Czech comedy film directed by Tomás Vorel. It was released in 2007.

How To Change The World (2015)

In 1971, a group of friends sail into a nuclear test zone, and their protest captures the world's imagination. Using never before seen archive that brings their extraordinary world to life, How To Change The World is the story of the pioneers who founded Greenpeace and defined the modern green movement.

How to Cook Your Life (2007)

Zen Master and Renowned Chef Edward Espe Brown is captured on film as he guides students through the mastery of cooking and the importance of how we treat our food. Heartwarming, insightful and often surprising.

In the Land of the Head Hunters (1914)

In the Land of the Head Hunters (also called In the Land of the War Canoes) is a 1914 silent film fictionalizing the world of the Kwakwaka'wakw peoples of the Queen Charlotte Strait region of the Central Coast of British Columbia, Canada, written and directed by Edward S. Curtis and acted entirely by Kwakwaka'wakw native people. The film was selected in 1999 for preservation in the US National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant." It was the first feature-length film whose cast was composed entirely of Native North Americans; the second, eight years later, was Robert Flaherty's Nanook of the North. It was the first feature film made in British Columbia, and is the oldest surviving feature film made in Canada.

Insaat (2003)

Ali and Sudi are two construction workers from the ghetto district of Istanbul. Hoping to escape the ghetto, they are trying to save enough money to move to Italy, where they hope to find better work. One day, they realize that the owner of the building, a man named Nizamettin, has buried a dead body at the construction site. Afraid that the body might be found, they change its burial place. When Nizamettin finds out, they unwillingly become involved in the crime business. As their reputation as gravediggers spreads, more and more criminals start to show up and pay Ali and Sudi for their services. Their situation gets even worse when Nizamettin tells them that the first body they buried was a powerful Mafia leader. He confesses that, like them, he is also being forced to work with the Mafia and that they are looking for him. He gives them a mysterious package that might contain critical evidence about the true perpetrator of these crimes. Dragged into a war between the two competing Mafia gangs, Ali and Sudi desperately try to find a way out. Caught in the middle, between the mafia and the investigating police, and distracted by their search for love – the two construction workers are confronted with a task that quickly threatens to overwhelm them...

Stay Alert (1956)

Jagte Raho is a 1956 Bollywood/Bengali film, directed by Amit Maitra and Sombhu Mitra, written by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas, and produced by and starring Raj Kapoor. The film centers on the trials of a poor villager (Kapoor) who comes to a city in search of a better life. However, the naive man soon becomes trapped in a web of middle-class greed and corruption. The film also features a cameo by Nargis in the final scene.

James Thurber: The Life and Hard Times (2014)

The first major documentary film on James Thurber's life and work, James Thurber: The Life and Hard Times looks at the humorist's accomplishments as a journalist, playwright, cartoonist and social critic. Thurber was born in Columbus, Ohio, but headed East and became part of the sophisticated Algonquin Roundtable of writers and wits. For three decades, he created drawings for The New Yorker magazine gently satirizing modern life. Sightless in one eye since childhood, he was legally blind for the last 20 years of his life. George Plimpton narrates the hour-long film, with remarks from Edward Albee, John Updike, Fran Lebowitz, Alistair Cooke, Rosemary Thurber, Roger Angell and Roy Blount Jr., among others.

Fool Circle (2014)

Fool Circle (French: Tristesse Club) is a 2014 French comedy-drama film directed by Vincent Mariette and starring Ludivine Sagnier, Laurent Lafitte and Vincent Macaigne.

Fractured (2015)

Dylan White has just emerged from a coma and has no idea who he is or what has happened in his past. He decides to start a new life and get on with the task of improving himself. But Dylan White has a past that is not easily pushed aside and it does not take long for the real Dylan to catch up with the new Dylan. After having a series of horrible nightmares, Dylan White starts to think that he may be closely associated with the crime world in New Orleans. He sets out to find out who he is and runs into his old arch-rival who wants the old and new Dylan White dead.

Freddy Hotel (2014)

In search of meaning, Freddy leaves his family to travel Europe, engaging in several strange trysts along the way.

Giving Up the Ghosts: Closing Time At Doc's Music Hall (2015)

Robert Mugge's music documentary explores the twin careers of respected physician and musician Dr. John Peterson and the music and arts venue he owned and helped operate in downtown Muncie, Indiana from 1992 to 2012. The film alternates a final performance at his Doc's Music Hall with assorted interviews and related activities, including a ceremony to "free" the building's ghosts.

Glenn Tilbrook: One for the Road (2004)

Glenn Tilbrook: One for the Road is a 2004 documentary directed by Amy Pickard which follows a 2001 solo American tour by Glenn Tilbrook, lead singer of British new wave group Squeeze.

The Gun Ranger (1936)

The Gun Ranger is a 1936 American film directed by Robert N. Bradbury.

Hidden Agenda (2015)

Detective Matthews leaves the confines of his precinct to track down a sadistic serial killer.

History of Christian Worship: Part 1 - The Word (2010)

Part 1, The Word explores how the written and spoken word consisting of scriptures, sermons and creeds have remembered and celebrated God's story throughout centuries of Christianity.

Pulp (2013)

Pulp is a British comedy film directed by Adam Hamdy and Shaun Magher, starring Jay Sutherland and John Thomson On March 2013 it was released exclusively on Xbox Live, becoming the first feature film to be distributed via a games console platform.

Quick Start Pilates for Weight Loss (2005)

As part of a well-planned weight loss regimen that includes sound nutritional advice, Pilates exercise can help transform your body

Rabbit Over the Void (2006)

In the seventy-first year of the last century two bureaucrats lived in Moldova: the First and Second Secretary of the Communist Party. The Second Secretary was more important than the First, since he befriended the Tsar of the whole Soviet Union - Leonid Brezhnev. The Moldovan Republic prepares for a visit from Brezhnev when Lautar finally asks the gypsy Baron for his daughters hand in marriage.

Raffi in Concert with the Rise and Shine Band (1988)

A rousing, hand-clapping concert featuring Raffi at his warm-hearted best.

Random 11 (2015)

On one day in February 1966, a series of brutal murders occur in Tokyo. RANDOM 11 follows the decade-long efforts of a detective, to track down the culprits (or single culprit) of these horrible acts as bodies pile up and the truth grows blurred.

Reach Your Limits (2015)

The story follows the best Bulgarian mountain runner Kiril Nikolov, known as Disl, who attempted to set a new record - to run through the longest Bulgarian mountain route, Kom-Emine (600 km), in fewer than 5 days.

Reflections of Evil (2002)

Julie, who died of a PCP overdose as a teen in the early '70s, searches from beyond the ethers for her little brother, Bob, an obese watch seller, who is dying of sucrose intolerance, in the early 90s. Damon Packard's epic cult classic horror film is a masterpiece of modern cinema.

Refuge (2012)

This heartwarming romance finds Amy (Krysten Ritter of VERONICA MARS and BREAKING BAD) as a young woman raising her two, slightly younger, but overly needy siblings. Amy has to balance her personal life with her responsibilities. But when Sam (Brian Geraghty of BOARDWALK EMPIRE and TRUE BLOOD), a young handsome stranger rolls into town, he becomes entrenched in the family while he and Amy, against all odds, begin to create a life they never thought possible.

Reverse Runner (2013)

Reverse Runner (sometimes stylized as Яeverse Яunner) is an Australian comedy film written and directed by Lachlan Ryan and Jarrod Theodore, executive produced by Stephen Herek. It stars Dan Cannon, Dave Callan, Steve Moneghetti, Rosco Brauer and a special appearance from Olympic commentator Bruce McAvaney. It tells the story of teenager Kid Campbell, who dreams of becoming a reverse runner despite being mocked, ridiculed and kicked out of home for refusing to get an ordinary job. In the end he is left to question his childhood dream. It had a limited theatrical release on 11 October 2012 playing in cinemas until April 2013. It was released on DVD, Blu-ray & VOD in Australia on 18 September 2013 and 30 October 2013 in New Zealand.

Rick Wakeman: The Six Wives of Henry VIII - Live at Hampton Court Palace 2009 (2009)

This spectacular 94-minute concert was recorded live with the Melbourne Philharmonic Orchestra in 1975, at the Sydney Myer Concert Bowl in Melbourne Australia to a 30,000 audience

Ritual (2013)

A long time ago, Tom and Lovely were married and everything was perfect. But that’s over. When Lovely kills a man after he tries to drug and kidnap her, she calls Tom for help and while cleaning up, they find a VHS tape that depicts a satanic ritual in which a woman is murdered. When they’re forced to return to the scene they discover just how far this cult will go to perform their ritual.

Rough Aunties (2008)

Rough Aunties is a 2008 documentary film directed by Kim Longinotto about a group of 5 women of Operation Bobbi Bear who protect and care for abused, neglected and forgotten children in Durban, South Africa. It won the Grand Jury Prize in the 'World Cinema — Documentary' category at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

Sarah Brightman: Symphony In Vienna (2008)

Kicking off that phenomenally successful year, in January 2008, Sarah Brightman recorded and filmed Symphony -- Live in Vienna within the mystical walls of Stephansdome Cathedral in the heart of where classical music evolved -- Vienna, Austria

Second to Last Worst Day of my Life (2008)

William's awful day includes three hit men, a parcel error, and a guy with a pillowcase on his head.

Secrets of Love (2012)

Secrets of Love is for anyone who's experienced the highs and lows of a relationship and wondered where the answers are to lasting, soulful, and fulfilling partnerships. Explore the body, mind, and soul of love through the teachings of ancient masters.

Seeking Wellness: Suffering Through Four Movements (2008)

SEEKING WELLNESS is a multi-award winning feature length conceptual video narrative. SEEKING WELLNESS is comprised of a series of four vignettes exploring ideas related to victimization, recovery and empathy. SEEKING WELLNESS had its world premiere at The Filmstock International Film Festival in England and went on to win The Special Jury prize at MUFF.

Sesame Beginnings: Exploring Together (2006)

Share this video with your child and explore together using your senses!

Seven Deadly Words (2013)

Pastor Evan is determined to change his church for the better, but one family is willing to do anything to stop him.

Sex.Violence.FamilyValues. (2013)

Sex.Violence.FamilyValues (2012) is an award-winning film by Singaporean director Ken Kwek. Comprising three short stories, Cartoons, Porn Masala and The Bouncer, the film was shot over a two-year period at The Butter Factory, a major nightclub in Singapore, whose owners financed the project. The individual shorts were screened at more than a dozen international film festivals, and Porn Masala won the Audience Choice Award (Short Film) at the 2011 Gotham Screen Film Festival in New York.