One Million American Dreams (2018)

The history of Hart Island, the final resting place for the unclaimed dead of New York City.

The City Without Jews (1924)

Die Stadt ohne Juden (The City Without Jews) is a 1924 Austrian Expressionist film by H. K. Breslauer, based on the book of the same title by Hugo Bettauer. The film is one of the few surviving Expressionist films from Austria and has therefore been well researched. The film was first shown on 25 July 1924 in Vienna. In his novel, published in 1922, Hugo Bettauer succeeded in creating a relatively accurate allegorical vision of the near future, although the book was intended as entertainment and as a satirical response to the primitive antisemitism of the 1920s. It immediately became Bettauer's most popular work: it was translated into several languages, and sold over a quarter of a million copies. Shortly after the premiere of the film Hugo Bettauer was murdered by Otto Rothstock, a former member of the Nazi Party, who was lionized by the antisemitic Austrian masses and was released from jail shortly after his conviction for murder.

Los Muertos (2004)

Los Muertos (Spanish: Los Muertos) is a 2004 Argentine drama film directed by Lisandro Alonso. It follows a released prisoner (Vargas) who, convicted of murder years ago, looks for his now adult daughter. Vargas' journey is slow and contemplative though Alonso refuses to externalize his psychology, making much of the film's events open-ended and impressionistic. The film is considered part of Alonso's "Lonely Man Trilogy," which also includes La Libertad and Liverpool.

Les pornocrates (1976)

A behind-the-scenes look at the French adult film industry.

Empty Quarter: A Woman in Africa (1985)

A man invites a troubled woman to share his hostel room, eventually falling in love with her.

Les 4 saisons d'Espigoule (1999)

Residents of a gloomy-looking town stay upbeat and happy.

Copa de Elite (2014)

Copa de Elite is a 2014 Brazilian comedy film for release in April 17, 2014 directed by Victor Brandt produced by GLAZ and distributed by 20th Century Fox. The cast consists of Marcos Veras, Júlia Rabello, Rafinha Bastos, Anitta among others. The film is a satire of Brazilian successes films as Se Eu Fosse Você (2006), Tropa de Elite (2007), Chico Xavier (2010), Bruna Surfistinha (2011) and Minha Mãe é uma Peça (2013) with main focus on the then upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup, which was hosted by Brazil.

Jimi Asmara (1995)

A popular rock singer falls in love with a nightclub entertainer.

Marussia (2013)

Lucia, a Russian mother, finds herself living with Marussia, her 6-year-old daughter, on the streets of Paris.

Rise of the Superheroes (2018)

How super hero films, from Tim Burton's "Batman" to "Blade," and the Marvel movies brought to life from the pages of comic books, took over Hollywood and conquered the world with larger-than-life characters.

BABA (2014)

A woman takes a wrong turn when she comes to a crossroads in life.

Facing Sudan (2007)

Facing Sudan is a documentary film released in 2007. It chronicles the situation in Sudan from independence in 1956, through civil war and the current crisis in Darfur. The narrative of Sudan is told through the eyes of activists from various segments of American society. Brian Burns—a young custodian who traveled to South Sudan in order to effect change there—supplies the arc in the film, and links the various stories together. The tagline of the film is "Ordinary people can do extraordinary things. Even in Sudan." The film premiered in March 2007 at the Longbaugh Film Festival in Portland, Oregon. It subsequently screened at fourteen film festivals and won "Best Documentary" awards at the Landlocked Film Festival and the Illinois International Film Festival. The film was produced, directed and edited by Bruce David Janu. The soundtrack was composed by Tom Flannery and Lorne Clarke. The film was released on DVD January 8, 2008. A follow-up to Facing Sudan was completed in July, 2008. This short documentary is entitled Crayons and Paper, tells the story of Dr. Jerry Ehrlich, a pediatrician who has administered to children in conflicts zones across the world. The film exhibits drawings from children in Sri Lanka and Darfur. Like Facing Sudan, the documentary features an original soundtrack by Flannery and Clarke.

A Lodging for the Night (1912)

A wealthy writer runs afoul of some thieves in a quiet border town.

Brotherly Love (1936)

A vindictive prison guard gets a mild-mannered prisoner assigned to the prison football team in an effort to make him look foolish.

Attack of the Super Monsters (1983)

Dinosaurs reappear on Earth to terrorize mankind.

Darwins Law (2018)

A special agent finds himself transported into a deadly video game.

His Wooden Wedding (1925)

A man sabotages his friend's wedding by claiming the bride-to-be has a wooden leg.

Girl on the Run (1953)

Girl On The Run is a 1953 ultra-low budget independent production drops a standard crime melodrama into the noirish, tawdry world of a carnival burlesque show. The most notable cast member of Girl On The Run has one of the smallest roles: Steve McQueen, seen in the background of two scenes during his first known film role.

Ravage (1997)

A criminal psychologist seeks bloody revenge for the slaughter of his family.

Eres mi pasión (2018)

Pedro suffers from football fanaticism, so much so that his love, family and work life are affected.

The Power of the Press (1928)

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

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

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

The Middleton Family at the New York World's Fair (1939)

The Middleton Family at the New York World's Fair is a 1939 American film directed by Robert R. Snody produced by Westinghouse for their exhibit at the 1939 New York World's Fair. In 2012, the film was added to the National Film Registry.

Adrenalin (1996)

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

Edge of Obedience (2017)

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

Beyond the Moon (1954)

Two of Rocky's allies are captured by aliens and brainwashed.

Façade (2005)

Harold's world falls apart on his 19th birthday.

Trivia Night (2016)

The king of New York's trivia scene tries to settle the score with his greatest rival, an unbeaten game show that once eliminated him in its qualifying rounds.

Monsters Among Men (2017)

A man races against time to save his girlfriend from the clutches of a group of bloodthirsty vampires.

Awakened (2011)

A newspaper reporter discovers a forgotten recording of a blues singer and becomes captivated by her voice. Through his investigations, he unwittingly makes contact with a malicious spirit that terrorizes his family.

Surprise, Surprise!!! (2014)

A smart, socially awkward student convinces his charming, womanizing best friend to swap identities so he can finally date a beautiful girl.

Master of the Drunken Fist: Beggar So (2016)

Due to a conspiracy, wealthy So Chan loses everything. Saved by the Beggars' Sect, he learns the long-lost martial art of Drunken Fist to defeat the person who framed him.

Superman (1980)

Raja transforms into a superhero after witnessing his parents' murder and vows to avenge the killers.

Baishey Shravana (1960)

A man feeling pressured to propose to his girlfriend has a chance encounter with a runaway bride.

Subject 36 (2017)

A woman is obsessed with stalking and studying strangers from a distance, but her life gets shaken up when one of her subjects becomes a part of her life in an unexpected way.

River (2016)

In the south of Laos, an American doctor (Rossif Sutherland) becomes a fugitive after he intervenes in the sexual assault of a young woman. When the assailant's body is pulled from the Mekong River, things quickly spiral out of control.

Shoot for the Moon (2011)

Actors make footage of the moon landing.

Saura(s) (2017)

Director Felix Viscarret plans to make a make a documentary about the director and artist Carlos Saura. He intends to film conversations between Saura and his seven children, but Saura doesn't want to talk about the past.

The Hessian Renegades (1909)

The Hessian Renegades is a 1909 American silent drama film directed by D. W. Griffith.

Boxing for Freedom (2015)

Sadaf Rahimi, one of the best female boxers in Afghanistan, must deal with her country's traditions as she battles to be a free woman.

2 Hours (2012)

A recently infected man has two hours before a zombie virus erases all traces of his humanity.

A Path in Time (2005)

A young man has to figure out why he has been sent back to the past.

Pallet on the Floor (1984)

Pallet on the Floor is a 1986 New Zealand made drama/comedy, based on the final novel by Ronald Hugh Morrieson. Shot in 1983 at Patea, partly in a closed-down abattoir, the film was given limited release in New Zealand three years later. The main role of abattoir worker Sam Jamieson is played by veteran actor Peter McCauley. Pallet on the Floor is the only feature film directed by Lynton Butler, who earlier made One of those Blighters, a television production which fictionalised Morrieson's life. Actor and musician Bruno Lawrence contributed to the jazz score, and has a small cameo role playing Morrieson as a bass player at a wedding. The focus of the plot was shifted to the character of the British remittance man in the hope that Peter O’Toole would take the role. This did not occur. While billed as comedy, the film depicts 1960s racism and class divisions, and maintains Morrieson’s trademark preoccupations .... of sex, death, mateship, voyeurism, violence, booze and mayhem in bleak small town New Zealand.

Willie Nelson's 4th of July Celebration (1979)

Willie Nelson performs in a concert.

Tarzan in Istanbul (1952)

Tarzan rules over the jungle.

Aadu Magaadra Bujji (2013)

Aadu Magaadra Bujji is a 2013 Telugu film directed by debutante director Krishna Reddy Gangadhasuu and starring Sudheer Babu, Asmita Sood and Poonam Kaur in the lead roles. The film is jointly produced by M Subbareddy and S N Reddy under SNR Films India Pvt Ltd and Colours & Claps Entertainments banner. Music is composed by Sri Kommineni.

Convoy Buddies (1975)

Convoy Buddies (Italian: Simone e Matteo - Un gioco da ragazzi, Spanish: Simón y Mateo, also known as Kid Stuff) is a 1975 Italian-Spanish adventure-comedy film directed by Giuliano Carnimeo and starring Michael Coby and Paul L. Smith.

Asian Connection (1995)

The Organized Crime Bureau investigates a ring of drug dealers from Taiwan.

Disappearance (2017)

Disappearance is a 2017 Dutch drama film directed by Boudewijn Koole. It was shortlisted by the EYE Film Institute Netherlands as one of the eight films to be selected as the potential Dutch submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 90th Academy Awards. However, it was not selected, with Layla M. being chosen as the Dutch entry.

We All Fall Down (1997)

We All Fall Down (Italian: Tutti giù per terra) is a 1997 Italian independent comedy film directed by Davide Ferrario. It is based on the novel Tutti giù per terra by Giuseppe Colicchia. The film premiered at the 1997 Locarno International Film Festival, in which Valerio Mastandrea was awarded Best Actor.

Women (1978)

Women (Hungarian: Ők ketten) is a 1977 Hungarian-French drama film directed by Márta Mészáros.

Atlantis: End of a World, Birth of a Legend (2011)

Volcanic eruptions reduce the Minoan civilization to ashes, inspiring the legend of Atlantis.

Flin Flon: A Hockey Town (2017)

Filmmaker Dustin Cohen explores a small Canadian mining town's obsession with its junior hockey team, The Flin Flon Bombers.

The Huntresses (2014)

The Huntresses (Hangul: 조선미녀 삼총사; RR: Joseonminyeo Samchongsa; lit. "Joseon Trio of Beauties") is a 2014 South Korean film directed by Park Jae-hyun. A Charlie's Angels-inspired action/adventure comedy, it stars Ha Ji-won, Kang Ye-won and Son Ga-in as the three most legendary bounty hunters in the Joseon dynasty.

Vesham (2004)

Vesham is a 2004 Malayalam film directed by V. M. Vinu in which Mammootty plays the lead role Appu, a businessman,owner of Leela Group. Innocent won the Asianet Film Award for Best Supporting Actor - Male for this film while Gopika won the Asianet Film Award for Best Supporting Actor - Female.

Al Medina (2015)

A man loses his faith in God after he accidentally kills a beggar boy and is sent to prison.

Image Problem (2013)

Filmmakers Simon Baumann and Andreas Pfiffner set out on a yearlong odyssey across Switzerland in an attempt to rebuild the battered reputation of their home country.

I Like Mike (1961)

I Like Mike is a 1961 Israeli drama film directed by Canadian-born Peter Frye. It was entered into the 1961 Cannes Film Festival. Based on Aharon Megged play and become an Habima Musical theatre.

Codine (1963)

Codine is a 1963 French-Romanian crime film directed by Henri Colpi. It was entered into the 1963 Cannes Film Festival where it won the award for Best Screenplay.

Ixjana (2012)

A young writer tries to uncover his buried memories of a drug and alcohol-fueled party where his best friend disappeared.

Love & Drugs (2018)

Marc was just a young guy in love, but when the love of his life humiliated him he turned to a life of crime to earn respect. That was until the day she came back into his life. Now will she love the man that he became, or does he have to change who he is. Marc has the ultimate choice: Love or Drugs.

Ishtangaa (2018)

A writer falls in love with a playboy who doesn't believe in commitment.

A Child of the Prairie (1925)

A prairie family reunites after 15 years.

Tyutyun (1962)

Tobacco is a 1962 Bulgarian drama film directed by Nikola Korabov. It was entered into the 1963 Cannes Film Festival.

Cosmic Scrat-tastrophe (2015)

Cosmic Scrat-tastrophe is a 2015 computer-animated short film from Blue Sky Studios, starring Scrat of Ice Age. It is the fourth in the series of Ice Age short films. Directed by Michael Thurmeier and Galen Chu, the short premiered on November 6, 2015, along with the film The Peanuts Movie. The majority of the film's footage, minus the closing scene, was included in the feature film Ice Age: Collision Course.

Conlanging: The Art of Crafting Tongues (2017)

Conlanging: The Art of Crafting Tongues is a 2017 documentary film about conlanging - the hobby of constructing artificial languages and the people who make them. The film features conlangers David J. Peterson (Dothraki and High Valyrian from Game of Thrones); Marc Okrand (Klingon from Star Trek) and David Salo (consultant on Tolkien's languages, particularly Sindarin for Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit movies), as well as Paul Frommer, linguistics professor and creator of Na'vi, and Christine Schreyer, (Kryptonian from Man of Steel) anthropologist at the University of British Columbia, who hopes to be able to apply conlanging methods to endangered languages. The film also looks at the history of the hobby and modern-day conlangers. While the film was made available for online purchase in 24 August, a premiere was held on 22 July at the University of Calgary's Plaza Theatre.. Production began in 2015, and received funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, but the film's future was secured through an Indiegogo campaign that raised $25,000 during August 2016. The Language Creation Society provided $3,000 worth of funds towards the film and held an interview with Watkins.

Quarter Bin (2015)

Friends find romance in a comic book store.

Cell (2017)

A prisoner of war wakes up in a Nazi prison cell to discover he's the unwitting test subject of a psychological experiment.

GrassRoots: The Cannabis Revolution (2016)

Filmmaker Dale Beaumont-Brown addresses the cannabis movement within the United Kingdom.

The Dumpling Affair (2017)

A police officer is accused of murdering his boss.

Robbers' Roost (1933)

Robbers' Roost is a 1932 American Western film directed by David Howard and Louis King and written by Dudley Nichols. The film stars George O'Brien and Maureen O'Sullivan. It is based on the novel Robbers' Roost by Zane Grey. The film premiered in September 13 to early November or December 30, 1932, and was released on January 1, 1933, by Fox Film Corporation.

The Adventures of Buratino (1959)

The Adventures of Buratino or The All-New Adventures of Pinocchio is a 1959 Soviet traditionally animated feature film directed by the "patriarch of Russian animation", Ivan Ivanov-Vano, along with Dmitriy Babichenko and Mikhail Botov. It was produced at the Soyuzmultfilm studio in Moscow and is based on Aleksey Nikolayevich Tolstoy’s The Golden Key, or Adventures of Buratino.

Ciao marziano (1980)

Ciao marziano is a 1980 Italian science fiction-comedy film directed by Pier Francesco Pingitore.

The Woman of My Life (2015)

As a child in Kurdistan, Azad pledges to marry his cousin Vian, but war separates them. As an adult, Azad is forced to flee to Europe, where he falls in love with a beautiful woman and doesn't realize that she is the long-lost Vian.

Blood River (2013)

A woman and her daughter use violence to control a town.

Lullaby (2015)

After learning that she is dying, a woman sets out to reunite her estranged husband with their 6-year-old son.

Slavemen (2017)

A bullied youth happens upon a mask that gives him superpowers and allows him to change his past but revising history brings unforeseen consequences.

The Place Where the Last Man Died (2010)

A bitter military scientist triggers weapons of mass destruction around the planet, intent on wiping out all human life. As he emerges from his shelter, convinced he's the only survivor, he receives a mysterious signal.

Brackenmore (2017)

Kate is forced to return to her ancestral home upon notice of her uncle’s death, a tiny rural village. The longer she stays in Brackenmore, the more she discovers the eccentricities of its self-protective residents, suspicious of any newcomers, may be more ominous than she first thought, and that she may be more entangled in their cultish behavior than she could have ever realized.

The Lover (2002)

An old man prepares for his wedding anniversary.

King Rat (2017)

An aimless college senior is terrified to face the realities of post-college life.

The Goose Goes South (2018)

A young man rediscovers his love of music while on a business trip to Osaka.

Jules and Dolores (2016)

A man decides to steal the World Cup soccer trophy to pay off his gambling debts.

The Grizzly Truth (2017)

Environmentalists and scientists argue against grizzly hunting in British Columbia.

Kid West (2017)

A young spitfire cowgirl and her coolheaded Native American friend race a gang of neighborhood bullies to find a mysterious treasure reputed to have mystical powers.

Elijah's Ashes (2017)

Lawrence Shaw is a run of the mill guy who just can't get accepted for being who he is. He's not straight enough for his job where he sells testosterone fueled ad campaigns to beer companies and he's not stereotypically gay enough for his boyfriend. To make things worse, his father Elijah just died and his last dying wish was for Lawrence to go on a road trip with his extremely homophobic half-brother Kevin to bury his ashes. It's a heroically dumb journey of brotherly love and acceptance that begs the age old question... Can you truly accept someone else when you can't even accept yourself?

Shadows (2000)

A poor Manila church photographer has his camera stolen by a kid and goes looking for it.

Nunnunarvu (2016)

Nunnunarvu is 2016 Indian Tamil romantic thriller film directed by Mathivanan Sakthivel. The film stars Mathivanan Sakthivel, and Indira. Music for the songs in the film is composed by Mayu Ganeshan with background score done by Raj and editing by Suresh Urs. The film released on 30 September 2016.

Forgotten Tragedy: The Story of the St. Francis Dam (2018)

The causes and aftermath of the St. Francis Dam disaster.

Your Turn, Darling (1963)

À toi de faire... mignonne (Italian: L'agente federale Lemmy Caution), released in the USA as Your Turn, Darling, is a French-Italian film based on the novels of Peter Cheyney. It came out ten years after La môme vert-de-gris which had been the first of film of this series. For the last time Bernard Borderie directed the popular actor Eddie Constantine in a Lemmy Caution adventure. Guy Delorme, who in 1961 had been the Comte de Rochefort in Borderie's classic film version of The Three Musketeers, acts another time as a scheming bad guy.

Déjà Vu (2010)

After watching several excerpts from his own work, filmmaker Jon Bang Carlsen discovers how he often uses images that are familiar to him when he thought he could stay objective and invisible as a filmmaker.

The Lurking (2015)

Two stoners stumble into a serial killer's territory.

Soaring Highs and Brutal Lows: The Voices of Women in Metal (2015)

Exploring the journeys of some of the most well-known female metal vocalists; concert and archival footage; interviews with Floor Jansen, Alissa White-Gluz, Simone Simons, Charlotte Wessels, Doro Pesch and Anneke Van Giersbergen, among others.

A Special Lady (2017)

A Special Lady is a 2017 South Korean crime action film directed by Lee An-gyu, starring Kim Hye-soo, Lee Sun-kyun and Lee Hee-joon.

Rough (2014)

Rough is a 2014 Telugu romantic action comedy film directed by C. H. Subba Reddy. The movie is produced by M. Abilash on Sridevi Entertainments Banner while Aadi, Rakul Preet Singh and Srihari play pivotal roles. Mani Sharma composed the Music.Actor Srihari died before the film was released. The film received mixed reviews from critics and turned out to average hit at the box office.

Princeton: A Search for Answers (1974)

Princeton: A Search for Answers is a 1973 American short documentary film, directed by Julian Krainin and DeWitt Sage, and produced for the Princeton University Undergraduate Admissions Office as a recruiting film. In 1974, it won the Academy Award for Best Documentary at the 46th Academy Awards.

Varavelpu (1989)

Varavelpu is a 1989 Malayalam black comedy film, directed by Sathyan Anthikkad and written by Sreenivasan, starring Mohanlal, Revathi, Sreenivasan, Thilakan, Murali, Innocent and Jagadish. The film was produced by K. Rajagopal under the banner of K. R. G. Movie International and has been distributed by K. R. G. Enterprises.

Winter Kept Us Warm (1965)

Winter Kept Us Warm is a Canadian romantic drama film, released in 1965. The title comes from the fifth line of T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land. An independent film written, directed, and funded by David Secter, it occupies a unique place in the history of Canadian cinema as the first English-language Canadian film ever screened at the Cannes Film Festival. Its debut was as the opening film of the Commonwealth Film Festival (Cardiff, September 27, 1965). It was also given a Special Jury Award at the 7th International Montreal Film Festival. The film starred John Labow as Doug and Henry Tarvainen as Peter, two students at the University of Toronto who develop a complex quasi-romantic relationship, and Joy Tepperman and Janet Amos as their girlfriends Bev and Sandra. The film's gay subtext was carefully coded by Secter, who wrote the film based on his own experience falling in love with a male fellow student but feared that a more explicitly gay film would not attract an audience. Even some of the film's cast have claimed in interviews that they did not know at the time that the film was actually about homosexuality.

My Little Sister (2016)

When friends go against warnings not to camp in the local woods, they fall victim to a monstrous family of deformed killers.

Zappatore (1980)

Zappatore is an Italian drama film directed by Alfonso Brescia and starring Mario Merola. The film was released in Italy on 5 December 1980. It is the "cine-scripted" which received the highest grossing theaters, ranking the 60th place of the most successful films in Italy in the 1980/81 season. The film is loosely based on the eponymous song, written by Libero Bovio and Albano.