Saaz (1997)

Musical sisters (Shabana Azmi, Aruna Irani) become bitter rivals after one's career takes off.

Hip-Hop Task Force (2004)

Khalil Jones, a Chicago detective goes under cover as a music producer at a hip-hop record label to pick up enough information to snag a crime lord who is affiliated with the label.

Appleseed (1988)

A policewoman and her cyborg partner try to stop terrorists from taking over their city.

The Adventures of Barry McKenzie (1972)

Barry McKenzie is a die-hard Aussie who is sent to England by his family, accompanied by his eccentric aunt Edna Everage. Loud-mouthed, beer-crazy Bazza encounters a totally alien culture and becomes embroiled in a series of strange vicissitudes, from being pressured to marry the unattractive daughter of an aristocratic-but-penniless family to being kidnapped by a group of hippies.

The Fatal Mallet (1914)

Three men play dirty tricks to charm a beautiful young woman.

The Terror Within II (1991)

An underground scientist (Andrew Stevens) battles a germ-warfare virus and the ruling mutants it has created.

Edison and Leo (2008)

An inventor's son has electricity crackling thorough his body due to an accident in his father's lab. He starts to unravel his genius father's world when he discovers the truth about his father's past.

Ashens and the Quest for the Gamechild (2013)

Ashens embarks on a quest to find the elusive electronic tat called Game Child.

Nonna's Trip (2007)

Three siblings (Vernica Langer, Rodrigo Murray) hatch a plan to trick their forgetful mother (Ana Ofelia Murgua) by faking a trip to Italy.

Amityville 1992: It's About Time (1992)

Widower Jacob (Stephen Macht) brings an old mantle clock back from a business trip to Amityville, N.Y. However, he and his family are unaware of the clock's dark history. It's not long before Jake; his girlfriend, Andrea (Shawn Weatherly) ; and his children, Lisa (Megan Ward) and Rusty (Damon Martin), are faced with horrifying visions, animal attacks and the bending of time. The family must fight the clock's evil power before they become possessed completely.

A Master Builder (2013)

A young woman (Lisa Joyce) confronts a gravely ill architect (Wallace Shawn), claiming that he seduced her when she was just an adolescent, but he has no recollection of the encounter.

Art House (2015)

Filmmaker and photographer Don Freeman looks inside the handmade and usual homes of 11 American artists.

Three Secrets (1999)

Eight years ago, three very different women decided to give up their newborn sons. However, a plane crash reported on the news, in which an 8-year-old adopted child is the only passenger still alive, serves to remind Diane (Jaclyn Smith), Cassie (Katy Boyer) and Kelly (Nicole Forester) of the difficult choices they once made. One of them may be the boy's birth mother, but Diane has a journalism career to consider, Cassie is an ex-convict and Kelly has a fiance who's unaware of her past.

Santa Fe Saddlemates (1945)

Aided by a woman reporter, a government agent poses as an outlaw to break up a New Mexico smuggling ring.

Children of the Sex Trade (2014)

Two sisters help authorities rescue underage girls from a life of sexual abuse and exploitation.

Russia: The Outpost Vol. 1 (2013)

Surfers journey to Kamchatka on Russia's Pacific rim.

Death Duel of Kung Fu (1979)

Thousands of Ching soldiers prepare to cross the sea for a major offensive against Taiwan.

Nelligan (1991)

Canadian Emile Nelligan's (Marc St. Pierre, Lorraine Pintal) behavior and avant-garde poetry become a source of scandal.

An Elephant Called Slowly (1970)

Real-life British naturalists (Virginia McKenna, Bill Travers) befriend elephants and a neighbor's (George Adamson) lions in Kenya.

Calamity Jane: Wild West Legend (2014)

A filmmaker delves into the largely unknown history of Martha Canary, better known as Calamity Jane.

Flying Guillotine 2 (1978)

An emperor develops a new double flying guillotine to defeat rebels.

Flory's Flame (2014)

Ninety-year-old singer Flory Jagoda, Sephardic National Heritage Fellow, tells her life story and performs original songs at a celebration concert at the U.S. Library of Congress.

Once Upon a Dream (1949)

A British major's (Guy Middleton) wife (Googie Withers) has an affair with her husband's aide (Griffith Jones) ; then she wakes up.

Junoon (1992)

A woman (Pooja Bhatt) looks for a way to end a curse which turns her new husband (Rahul Roy) into a deadly tiger during each full moon.

Stop Over in Hell (2016)

Director Kaveh Bakhtiari spends several months with Iranian illegal immigrants in Athens.

Natural Burials (2012)

Chung-Ah suffers from delusions after her fiance is killed by her stalker.

Trottie True (1949)

A chorus girl (Jean Kent) marries a duke (James Donald) who hangs around the stage door in circa-1900 London.

Brothers Five (1970)

Five siblings come together to battle for revenge.

Leaving Home: The Life and Music of Indian Ocean (2008)

The story of Indian Ocean, one of India's biggest bands.

The Master Strikes Back (1985)

A weapons instructor goes on a killing spree after his son is castrated.

Kidz in da Hood (2006)

Amina moves to Sweden but cannot get a residency permit. When her grandfather dies, she hides Johan, a rocker, and she has to fight deportation.

Femmes De Personne (1984)

Ccile (Marthe Keller), Isabelle (Caroline Cellier) and Adeline (Fanny Cottencon) all work at the same medical facility, but their professions aren't the only thing the women have in common. Each is struggling with a romance that seems to be going nowhere. Ccile is pursuing a complicated relationship with a married man. Isabelle, though newly pregnant, plots to ensnare her husband in an affair with a younger woman. Adeline can't get over her ex-lover, even as he plans to leave the country.

X-Ray (1982)

Mad Harold searches a hospital to find the patient (Barbi Benton) who refused to be his valentine 19 years before.

Meet the Robertsons (2014)

Residents of West Monroe, La., discuss the famous Robertson family and its impact on the community.

American Jerusalem: Jews and the Making of San Francisco (2013)

In the 1800s, Jewish pioneers migrate to the West and help San Francisco transform into a major U.S. city.

World Circus (2013)

Five circus acts from around the world prepare for the Monte Carlo Circus Festival.

Acts of the Apostles (1969)

Following the crucifixion, Christ's disciples (Edoardo Torricella, Jacques Dumur) spread his teachings throughout the known world.

Free Entry (2014)

Betty and V's plans to go to the Sziget Festival in Hungary are turned upside-down when they go their separate ways after an argument.

Fighting Mad (1939)

Singing Renfrew (James Newill) of the Mounties rescues a young woman (Sally Blane) from border looters.


London barber Sweeney Todd (Tod Slaughter) provides the bakeshop next door with grisly makings for meat pies.

The Outlaw League (2014)

Nicolas and his friends defend their baseball field against developers.

The Tiffany Memorandum (1966)

Checkpoint Charlie between East and West Berlin is the setting for a potential confrontation between the superpowers.

Sévigné (2004)

A writer (Marta Balletb-Coll) asks a stage director (Anna Azcona) to produce her play.

Natural Sciences (2014)

A girl starts to become a woman and feels a need to discover her true identity.

Sea Devils (1937)

A Coast Guard mate (Victor McLaglen) wants his daughter (Ida Lupino) to marry a crewman, but not the one (Preston Foster) she wants to.

Holiday (2014)

A young man develops complicated feelings for Juano.

Double Exposures (1937)

People take advantage of a successful businessman.

Dust on the Tongue (2014)

Don Silvio asks two of his grandchildren to help him die.

The Heart of The Earth (2007)

Tension builds between workers and employers in a Spanish mining town.

A Place on Earth (2012)

Antoine lives a lonely life until he becomes obsessed with Elena, a beautiful pianist living across the courtyard. He takes photographs of her at every opportunity until an intense relationship develops between them.

The Eagle's Killer (1978)

A street bully sends his followers against the martial-arts student who offended him.

Sweet Dreams (2012)

Members of Rwanda's only women's drumming troupe form a partnership with two American entrepreneurs to open Rwanda's first ice cream shop.

Crack in the Mirror (1960)

This unconventional drama presents two related stories with the three key actors portraying different roles in each tale. Tired of her coarse husband, Hagolin (Orson Welles), restless housewife Eponine (Juliette Grco) begins to fall for another man, the charismatic Larnier (Bradford Dillman). Before long, the intensity of their affair leads to murder. The second part of the film involves characters dealing with the actions of those from the earlier scenario.

The Corpse Came C.O.D. (1947)

Rival reporters (George Brent, Joan Blondell) investigate a Hollywood star (Adele Jergens) and the box she receives with a dead man inside.

The Visitors (1972)

Two ex-Army buddies show up and terrorize a couple (James Woods, Patricia Joyce) on their Connecticut farm.

Ding Dong Williams (1946)

A movie-music director (Felix Bressart) tries to work with a clarinetist (Glenn Vernon) who plays according to his mood.

They Wanted to Marry (1937)

A debutante (Betty Furness) loves a daredevil news photographer (Gordon Jones) ; her father disapproves.

Forever the Moment (2008)

Women play the low profile sport of handball.

Split (2017)

Children of various ages talk candidly about the difficulties of dealing with their parents' divorce.

Tears of a Mad Woman (2014)

A son looks after his mentally ill mother.

Kung Fu Commandos (1979)

A kung-fu master is offered a small fortune to train a commando unit to rescue a captive revolutionary.

Court of Justice (2014)

A sexually abused woman uses a bottle to free herself.

Twelve (2009)

Twelve year old teens are interviewed shortly after moving to Canada to gauge how they feel.

Bounce: Behind the Velvet Rope (2000)

Filmmaker Steven Cantor interviews various Los Angeles bouncers, most of whom have kind hearts beneath their tough exteriors.

The Betrayal (1957)

After being blinded by the Germans, a pilot overhears a traitor spilling information that results in four men's deaths.

The Plague (2013)

Vignettes provide a portrait of a hot summer in the suburbs of Barcelona, Spain.

East End Chant (1934)

An Asian gangster (George Raft) from New York becomes a smuggler in London undone by two women (Jean Parker, Anna May Wong) in his life.

Wasp (2014)

Friendships are questioned and sexuality tested when Caroline interrupts Olivier and James' romantic break in France.

Island of Lost Men (1939)

A Chinese general's daughter (Anna May Wong) tracks her father to a slave-labor tyrant's (J. Carrol Naish) jungle empire.

Rescued: The Heart of Adoption and Caring for Orphans (2012)

Extraordinary stories of men and women who adopt children.

The Captain Is a Lady (1940)

Evicted from their home of 30 years, elderly retired couple Ace (Charles Coburn) and Angie Peabody (Beulah Bondi) realize a retirement home is their only option. Ace wants the best for Angie and, after selling his boat, finds a place in a ladies-only home for her. Touched by the couple's devotion, the ladies in the home allow Ace to move in with her -- only to later suspect him of flirting with various residents. Despondent when he is ejected, Ace wonders if suicide is the answer.

Horse Crazy (2002)

Three kids, who hope to capture their own mustang, outsmart a ring of thieves and return a prize stallion to its owner.

Larry-Boy and the Rumor Weed (1999)

A cucumber action-hero must thwart a plant spreading rumors in Bumblyburg.

Reto a la Vida (1988)

After being released from prison, an ex drug trafficker, declares war on the drug dealers plaguing the streets.

God of Gamblers 3: The Early Stage (1997)

A gangster's daughter and an undercover cop help an apprentice gambler take revenge on the mentor who betrayed him.

Baikonur (2011)

Iskander, a young man living on the Kazakh steppes, finds French astronaut Julie after her capsule crashes. Julie now has amnesia, but Iskander convinces her they are engaged.

Horror Express (1972)

Alexander Saxton (Christopher Lee), a brilliant British anthropologist researching in the Russian Far East, boards the Trans-Siberian Express with his latest discovery, a frozen specimen he hopes to prove is the missing link. But en route to Europe, passengers begin to turn up dead, and terror engulfs the train as Saxton and his partner, Dr. Wells (Peter Cushing), struggle to contain a mysterious -- and increasingly murderous -- force with the power to control minds.

Half a Loaf of Kung Fu (1980)

A fighting master's comical student (Jackie Chan) becomes an official protector of the Evergreen Jade.

Gulliver's Travels Beyond the Moon (1966)

In this Japanese animated classic, homeless child Ricky is hit by a car and then finds himself meeting the famous traveler Professor Gulliver, who he has just seen a movie about. Joined by Gulliver's assistant, Sylvester the crow, a talking toy soldier and a dog, Ricky journeys to the Planet of Blue Hope, which has been overtaken by a group of servant robots that has turned on its creators. In order to free the planet, Ricky and Gulliver must battle the robots by melting them with water guns.

El gendarme desconocido (1941)

Cantinflas works for the police, and was entrusted with the difficult task of finding a diamond that has been stolen.

Across the Sea of Time (1995)

Tomas (Peter Reznik) is an eleven-year-old Russian stowaway who is bound for America for a very special reason. Almost a hundred years ago, Tomas' ancestor -- Leopold Minton -- emigrated to America to start a new life. Now, Tomas comes to New York to find the American branch of his family.

King of Comedy (1999)

After flopping as a film extra, a know-it-all amateur (Stephen Chow) gives acting lessons to a barmaid (Cecilia Cheung).

Une nounou pas comme les autres (1993)

A lawyer finds a special nanny (Mimie Mathy) who teaches his children all about prejudice and love.

The Big Fight (1972)

Chinese martial artists battle the occupying Japanese forces during WWII.

Exit (2011)

Several people think the city is a maze and they obsessively search for the exit.

Black Spring Break (1998)

Two sports agents follow a football star and his friend on spring break in hopes that he will sign with them.

Boiling Point (1990)

After clashing with a gangster, a baseball player (Masahiko Ono) seeks help from a bar owner (Takahito Iguchi) with underworld connections.

My Dad Baryshnikov (2011)

An enthusiastic but marginally talented Russian ballet student (Dmitri Viskubenko) tells his classmates that he's the illegitimate son of legendary dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov.

Strange Alibi (1941)

Racketeers kill a police chief (Jonathan Hale) and frame an undercover officer (Arthur Kennedy) for it.

Children of the Princess of Cleves (2011)

Filmmaker Rgis Sauder explores connections between King Henry VIII's court and modern young people.

Pickup (1951)

A young woman (Beverly Michaels) marries a middle-aged man (Hugo Haas), then plots to take his money.

Billi Pig (2011)

Aspiring actress Marivalda, her husband Wanderley, and a false priest end up in the hands of a drug boss when they promise to save his daughter from a coma. A huge cash reward is at stake and all three have to chase the miracle.

Mr. X in Bombay (1964)

Shobha Mathur's father is a professor who is carrying out experiments on various issues. One day while doing so, he makes an employee named Manohar drink a portion, which results in his death.

Man of the East (1972)

A dude (Terence Hill) arrives from New England with books and a bicycle, ready to claim his father's rowdy ranch.

Simitrio (1960)

The adventures of a blind teacher who is a victim of endless practical jokes and mischief by his students.

Blazing Guns (1943)

The governor sends the Trail Blazers (Ken Maynard, Hoot Gibson) to tame a cow town.

Deporting Prometeo (2009)

After Ecuadorians are arrested in an airport, authorities schedule their deportation.

Silent Witness (1932)

A London nobleman (Lionel Atwill) takes the blame and stands trial after his son strangles a lover (Greta Nissen).

La Sobrina del Señor Cura (1954)

A priest is in serous trouble and must discipline his troubled niece who acts up at all the local parties.

The Silver Chalice (1954)

A Greek slave trained as an artisan, Basil (Paul Newman) is on the path to a better life when his owners discover his talent for sculpting. After marrying the lovely Deborra (Pier Angeli), Basil receives an important opportunity when he is asked to cast and engrave Jesus Christ's cup from the Last Supper in silver. Meanwhile, his path crosses with that of the scheming magician Simon (Jack Palance) and his sultry assistant, Helena (Virginia Mayo), which leads to trouble.