A Simple Curve (2005)

A Simple Curve is a Canadian drama film, directed by Aubrey Nealon and released in 2005.

The Children of Times Square (1986)

A baby-faced teenage runaway is suddenly confronted with the pimps and drug-dealers who prey on the desperate newcomers to New York City. He gets sucked into dealing drugs and feels that he has finally found a new family until his gang gets into a war with a rival gang and his friends get killed. He realizes that he's only been living a lie.

Time Indefinite (1993)

Time Indefinite is an autobiographical 1993 documentary film directed by Ross McElwee and exploring themes of grief, mortality, and the convenient disconnection of watching life through a camera lens. The title comes from a passage from the Bible mentioned by a visiting Jehovah's Witness. McElwee is filming the interaction and focused on adjusting the exposure to try to catch the play of light over the man's face; distracted, he "hears" the phrase about 30 seconds after the man says it and understands it to refer to the unpredictable imminence of death.

There's No Place Like Utopia (2014)

Filmmaker Joel Gilbert travels across America confronting progressives.

The Displaced Person (1977)

Set in Georgia during the late 1940s, a Polish refugee, Mr. Guizac, is relocated by a priest (John Houseman) to work on Mrs. McIntyre's (Irene Worth) farm. Quickly the industrious and clever Mr. Guizac becomes a threat to the other farmworkers. Soon all are plotting Mr. Guizac's downfall until fate unexpectedly takes a hand.

Out Of The Fog (2009)

A geologist, Sarah Portico, journeys to a remote island to investigate an environmental mystery. Upon her arrival, she experiences strange visions, dreams that seem to predict her future, and eventually force her to confront her painful past. As Sarah uncovers the cause of the environmental mystery, she discovers her true self and heals.

Dreaming Out Loud (1940)

Dreaming Out Loud is a 1940 American film based on the radio series Lum and Abner, directed by Harold Young starring Chester Lauck and Norris Goff. It is also known as Money Isn't Everything.

Direct Your Own Damn Movie! (2009)

Legendary Director Lloyd Kaufman, President of Troma Entertainment and Creator of The Toxic Avenger revelas over 40 years worth of maverick cinematic know-how. This 4 Disc set inlcudes interviews with JAMES GUNN, STAN LEE, TREY PARKER and MATT STONE, ELI ROTH, WILLIAM LUSTIG, PENELOPE SPHEERIS, MONTE HELLMAN and many more.

Run Like Hell (2014)

Two couples become stranded in a small town and stay with a local family. When the family's true motives come to light, the couples are forced to fight for their lives.

A New York Love Story (2015)

A painter (Richard Short) and a dancer (Apolla Echino) begin a romance, then decide to maintain an open relationship.

The Extra Day (1956)

The Extra Day is a 1956 British comedy film starring Richard Basehart, Simone Simon, George Baker and Sid James.

No Heart Feelings (2010)

A breakup throws Melanie's perfect life into turmoil until she meets Lewis.

Another Man's Poison (1951)

Bette Davis pulls out all the stops as Janet Frobisher, a devious, selfish vixen who will stop at nothing to get what she wants. Frobisher is a rich mystery writer who falls in love with her secretary's fiancé and lures him away. But her happiness is far from ensured. She first must deal with a long forgotten ex-convict husband who tries to blackmail her, and then she must scheme her way out of the clutches of her husband's ruthless partner, George Bates (Gary Merrill).

Call Me Troy (2007)

Profiling the life and times of one of the gay community's most visible and tenacious advocates for change, Rev. Troy Perry, Call Me Troy is a truly inspirational story about a remarkable and dynamic individual whose activism was decades ahead of its time.

Hours (2013)

Hours is a 2013 American disaster thriller film directed and written by Eric Heisserer. The film stars Paul Walker, Génesis Rodríguez, TJ Hassan, Shane Jacobson, and Judd Lormand. The film premiered on March 10, 2013 at the South by Southwest Film Festival in the Topfer Theatre in Austin, Texas. It went on general release on December 13, 2013, in which it was considered a posthumous release after Paul Walker's death on November 30, 2013.

Jimi Hendrix: The Last 24 Hours (2004)

The last 24 hours in the life of the Jimi Hendrix is reconstructed.

Ghost Light (2013)

Actors sneak into a theater at night to experience a ghost sighting.

The Vampire's Ghost (1945)

The Vampire's Ghost is 1945 American horror film directed by Lesley Selander written by Leigh Brackett and John K. Butler. The film stars John Abbott, Charles Gordon, Peggy Stewart, Grant Withers, Emmett Vogan and Adele Mara. The film was released on May 21, 1945, by Republic Pictures.

The Ghost Army (2013)

The Ghost Army is a 2013 American documentary about the United States Army 23rd Headquarters Special Troops, produced and directed by Rick Beyer.

Ghost Of Dragstrip Hollow (1959)

A group of drag-racing fanatics, members of a Los Angeles club, move into an old deserted mansion and set up shop, making it their headquarters. They hold a Halloween masked ball for the club's grand opening, and invite everyone to come dressed as their favorite monster! Oddly enough, the festivities turn sour when one of the bright youths discovers an impostor among them in the form of an honest-to-gosh live monster who's been hogging all the dances with the best-looking girls!

Holes in My Shoes (2006)

Holes In My Shoes is an award-winning documentary feature film. It chronicles the life of Jack Beers, covering 94 years of his life from 1910 to 2004.

Doomed to Die (1940)

Mr. Wong attempts to solve the murder of a shipping tycoon and the theft of contraband bonds.

Bob the Builder: Can We Fix It? (2004)

Bob's Barn raising: It's harvest time but Farmer Pickle's barn is about to collapse. Bob is called in to repair the barn before an approaching rainstorm hits. Will the barn be repaired and the bales get into the barn before the rain starts? Mucky Muck: After a hard rain, Bob is about to wash down a mud-splattered Scoop and Muck when the team is called away to save Travis, who is stuck in the mud. After a quick rescue, Muck and Dizzy take on Spud in a mud pie fight. Then before they can protest, Bob has them all back a the farm for a "good soapy wash". Wendy Plays Golf: As Wendy and the machines construct a crazy Golf course, Bob stays back at the yard to build a small windmill - without the directions. Soon Bob discovers he has built himself inside the windmill. Wendy and Lofty extract Bob, then they're off for a game of Crazy golf. Magnetic Lofty: Lofty is fitted with a magnet that will clear the rails off an old train track to make a bicycle path. He begins to worry when he has trouble controlling the magnetic pull, until Mr. Bentley needs him to help find a lost pen buried beneath the earth.

That Certain Thing (1928)

Director Frank Capra's first feature for Columbia Pictures, the silent That Certain Thing stars Viola Dana and Ralph Graves. Dana plays a poor girl who falls in love with wealthy Graves, the son of a millionaire restaurateur. When Graves declares that he has no intention of going into the family business, his father cuts him off without a dime. With nary a dime between them, Graves and Dana hit upon a moneymaking plan: they'll manufacture box lunches in Dana's kitchen, then sell them to construction workers from the back of her Model T. The box-lunch enterprise blossoms into a big business, driving dad's chain of restaurants into bankruptcy. All is forgiven when Father becomes Graves' junior partner. Lensed for less than $20,000 (the "prop" box lunches saved catering costs!), That Certain Thing was a hit, launching a long and rewarding association between Capra and Columbia.

Eating Out: All You Can Eat (2009)

Eating Out 3: All You Can Eat is the 2009 sequel to Eating Out and Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds; the only character to return from both films is Tiffani and Aunt Helen from the second film.

One Man's Law (1940)

One Man's Law is a 1940 American Western film directed by George Sherman and written by Bennett Cohen and Jack Natteford. The film stars Don "Red" Barry, Janet Waldo, George Cleveland, Dub Taylor, Edmund Cobb and Dick Elliott. The film was released on June 29, 1940, by Republic Pictures.

Hot Cars (1956)

Hot Cars is a 1956 American crime film directed by Don McDougall and written by Don Martin and Richard H. Landau. The film stars John Bromfield, Carol Shannon, Joi Lansing, Ralph Clanton, Mark Dana, Charles Keane and George Sawaya. It was released on November 2, 1956, by United Artists.

White Creek (2014)

Family members, separated by class, try to remain together amid their valley being plunged into complete chaos.

The Girl Rush (1955)

The Girl Rush (1955) is an American musical comedy film starring Rosalind Russell, filmed in Technicolor and VistaVision, and released by Paramount Pictures.

Army Girl (1938)

Army Girl (also released as The Last of the Cavalry) is a 1938 American film starring Madge Evans and Preston Foster, combining action and the mechanisation of the horse cavalry with a romantic comedy. It was a high budget film by Republic Pictures and directed by George Nicholls, Jr.

The Good Soldier (2009)

The Good Soldier is a 2009 documentary film directed and produced by American filmmakers Lexy Lovell and Michael Uys. Using interviews with five veterans from different generations of American wars, the film explores the definition of what being a 'good soldier' really means. Howard Zinn, author of A People's History of the United States and a former bombardier in World War II, served as an advisor to the filmmakers.

The Good Fight: The Abraham Lincoln Brigade in the Spanish Civil War (1984)

2,800 American volunteers fought with distinction in the Abraham Lincoln Brigade during the Spanish Civil War. They returned home after the Loyalist defeat to encounter suspicion as premature anti-fascists. Branded Communist sympathizers, blacklisted for years and unable to get work, many paid dearly. THE GOOD FIGHT explores a significant gap in US history. Narrated by Studs Terkel.

Jesse James' Women (1954)

Jesse James' Women is a 1954 American film starring as well as directed, co-produced and co-written by Don "Red" Barry, who portrays Jesse James. The supporting cast features Peggie Castle and Jack Buetel. Filmed in Silver Creek Mississippi.

Crowd Work (2014)

Raw, edgy, in-your-face comedy from Mike Muratore, the Serial Killer of Comedy. This is an essential addition to any comedy fan's library.

Down Three Dark Streets (1954)

Down Three Dark Streets is a 1954 documentary-style film, starring Broderick Crawford and directed by Arnold Laven. The screenplay was written by Gordon and Mildred Gordon, based on their novel Case File FBI.

Ridin' Down the Canyon (1942)

Ridin' Down the Canyon is a 1942 American film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers. Members of the Western Writers of America chose its title song as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time.

Shadow World: The Haunting of Mysti Delane (2015)

A tortured soul warns a troubled teenager to stop making contact with the spirit world, and despite the warning, she continues to delve into an ancient mystery linked to her heritage.

High Octane: Overboost (2004)

This time round we modify a $3000 car that we found in a garage and race it against an Aston Martin DB7, an M3 and a host of GTRs! Along with our Battle Day and the madness that is High Octane.

Old Oklahoma Plains (1952)

Old Oklahoma Plains is a 1952 American Western film directed by William Witney and written by Milton Raison. The film stars Rex Allen, Slim Pickens, Elaine Edwards, Roy Barcroft, John Crawford and Joel Marston. The film was released on July 25, 1952, by Republic Pictures.

Je suis frigide... pourquoi? (1973)

I Am Frigid... Why? (French: Je suis frigide... pourquoi ?) is a 1972 French erotic film directed by Max Pécas.

Space Girls in Beverly Hills (2009)

Retro space babes (Allie Moss, Donna Spangler) from Vanisia crash-land in in a rich playboy's Beverly Hills mansion and tame his cheap bad-boy ways.

Otherworld (2003)

Y Mabinogi (English title Otherworld: not a literal translation) is a 2003 Welsh film based on a series of Welsh tales written by bards in the Middle Ages. It is mostly animated, although the very beginning and end sequences are live action. It follows three main characters who find themselves moving from their world in West Wales to the setting of the tales of Welsh mythology known as the Four Branches of the Mabinogi (Welsh: Pedair Cainc y Mabinogi, often referred to as simply Y Mabinogi), from which the film's title is derived. The film is available in both Welsh and English language versions, as is the graphic novel on which the film is based.

Culture Jam: Hijacking Commercial Culture (2001)

Carly Stasko; Reverend Billy of the Church of Stop Shopping; Jack Napier with the Billboard Liberation Front.

Primal (2010)

Primal is a 2010 Australian horror film directed by Josh Reed, and starring Zoe Tuckwell-Smith, Krew Boylan, Lindsay Farris, and Wil Traval.

Dead Europe (2012)

Dead Europe is a 2012 Australian drama film directed by Tony Krawitz. It is an adaptation of the 2005 novel by Christos Tsiolkas with the same name. Peter Galvin from SBS gave the film three stars out of five, noting that the film is "dark, and emotionally claustrophobic" and is "tough to sit through". He also observes that Dead Europe "is a puzzle film, a movie where one is asked to work hard at deciphering its strangeness."

Igor & the Cranes' Journey (2013)

An estranged father and son are brought closer as they trace a family of birds from Russia to Africa.

I Dream Too Much (1935)

I Dream Too Much is a 1935 romantic comedy film directed by John Cromwell. It stars Henry Fonda, Lily Pons, and Lucille Ball in one of her earliest roles. It has been described as a "somewhat wispy operetta." Songs are by Jerome Kern and Dorothy Fields. The film was nominated for an Academy Award in the category Sound Recording (Carl Dreher).

Inch'Allah (2012)

Inch'Allah is a Canadian drama film, released in 2012. Written and directed by Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette, the film stars Évelyne Brochu as Chloé, a Canadian medical doctor with the Red Crescent.

X-mas, Inc. (2008)

Global warming threatens to melt Santa's home.

Forces Of Nature (2004)

Forces of Nature is an IMAX film about strong forces that shape the Earth's surface. It is produced by the National Geographic Society, and includes coverage ofEarthquakes - a history of earthquakes in Turkey, by Ross Stein. Volcanoes - a volcanic eruption on the island on Montserrat, by volcanologist Dr. Marie Edmonds. Tornadoes - chasing tornadoes in the American Midwest, by Joshua Wurman and a team of tornado chasers.

Three Rooms in Manhattan (1965)

Three Rooms in Manhattan (French: Trois chambres à Manhattan) is a black-and-white 1965 French drama film filmed in New York City. It is based on the 1946 novel "Trois Chambres à Manhattan" (which has been translated into English as "Three Rooms in Manhattan" and "Three Bedrooms in Manhattan") by Belgian writer Georges Simenon, about a romance between François, a French actor, and Kay, an American woman.

Groupie (2010)

A groupie (Taryn Manning) hides a sinister agenda and sparks resentment from other band members when she sinks her claws into a rock group's lead singer (Hal Ozsan).

Cinco vezes Favela (1962)

Five stories of people living in the slums on the hills of Rio de Janeiro.

The House (1997)

The House (Lithuanian: Namai) is a 1997 French-Lithuanian drama film directed by Šarūnas Bartas. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival.

Owning the Weather (2009)

Filmmaker Robert Greene examines scientific attempts to control the weather.

Lomax the Songhunter (2004)

Lomax the Songhunter is a 2004 documentary film about Alan Lomax, a man who, after World War II, was determined to record folk music from United States and all over the world before it was blown away by mass consumer culture. Son of John Lomax, the man who discovered Lead Belly (and bailed him out of prison) and introduced Woody Guthrie to the world, Alan shared his father's passion for music and was not intimidated by his massive accomplishments. The film, which finds Alan near death and barely able to make himself understood, traces Alan's journey across the globe, stopping to hear testimonials from many of the people or relatives of the people he recorded. It also contains interviews from Lomax's friends and colleagues, including Pete Seeger, who did some cataloging for Lomax. Lomax the Songhunter was written and directed by Rogier Kappers and aired on PBS's Point of View series in 2006.

Stalin's Wife (2005)

Filmmaker Slava Tsukerman examines the life and ultimate fate of Nadezhda Alliluyeva, the Soviet dictator's second spouse.

The Frontier Experience (1975)

A pioneer woman lives on the Kansas prairie.

Campfire (2000)

A boy falls in love with his friend during a scout trip.

Camp Blood 4 (2016)

College kids stop at the notorious Camp Blood on their way to a rock concert. Something lurks in the woods nearby, ready to unleash a nightmare upon the unfortunate campers.

Case for a Rookie Hangman (1970)

Case for a Rookie Hangman (Czech: Případ pro začínajícího kata) is a Czech drama film directed by Pavel Juráček. It was released in 1970. The movie belongs to the Czech New Wave. The movie can be classified as a surrealist or absurdist satire, and it is based loosely on the third book of Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift, but the story is transferred to an early 20th-century world in decay. The movie shows also the influence of Franz Kafka and Lewis Carroll (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland). The satire is aimed at the Czechoslovakian society, and the movie was soon banned after its release in 1970. That meant also the end of Juráček's career.

No Way Out (2008)

A fisherman confronts his homosexuality when his wife demands that they have a child.

Payoff (2003)

Two very different cops must find a way to cooperate during a murder investigation.

A Life for Ballet (2012)

The life of ballet reconstructionist Pierre Lacotte and his wife and longtime dance partner, Ghislaine Thesmar.

Unhinged (1982)

Unhinged is a 1982 American exploitation slasher film directed by Don Gronquist, written by Gronquist and Reagan Ramsey. The film follows three young women who are taken in by a mysterious family at their rural mansion after getting into a car accident. It is perhaps most notable for being among the United Kingdom's 72 "video nasties," which led to an expanded role for the British Board of Film Classification. The movie was filmed in Portland, Oregon, using interiors and exteriors of Pittock Mansion.

When Ruoma Was Seventeen (2002)

An optimistic teenager (Li Min) falls for an older photographer (Yang Zhigang) who promises to take her to the big city.

The Ice Follies of 1939 (1939)

The Ice Follies of 1939 is a 1939 American musical drama film directed by Reinhold Schünzel, and starring Joan Crawford, James Stewart, Lew Ayres and Lewis Stone. Using a show business backdrop, and featuring The International Ice Follies, Crawford plays Mary, an actress, who marries an ice skater and encounters career and relationship issues.

Jungle Raiders (1985)

Jungle Raiders, also known as Captain Yankee (in original Italian, La leggenda del rubino malese) is a 1985 Cannon Film. This film by Antonio Margheriti stars Christopher Connelly and Lee Van Cleef. The film was the third of three films Antonio Margheriti made in which he attempted to copy the success of Raiders of the Lost Ark (the first films he made were Hunters of the Golden Cobra and Ark of the Sun God).

The London Perambulator (2009)

Cultural commentators explore the importance of the city's fringe.

Start with Us (2011)

A generation of young Africans are determined to be the first to be free of AIDS.

Hercules Saves Christmas (2011)

A talking dog gives an orphaned boy a chance to make the nice list in time for Christmas.

Chameli Ki Shaadi (1986)

Chameli Ki Shaadi is a 1986 Bollywood comedy film directed by Basu Chatterjee starring Anil Kapoor and Amrita Singh. Though it was fairly average at the box office due to low cost, it was critically acclaimed. Over the years, the film has developed a cult following and is one of Basu Chatterjee's most popular works.

Ice Scream (1997)

A young man (Damiano Russo) encounters two bullies.

Class Relations (1984)

Klassenverhältnisse, known in English as Class Relations, in French as Amerika, rapports de classe, is a 1984 film by the French filmmaking duo of Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet. It is based on Franz Kafka's unfinished first novel, Amerika. The German filmmaker Harun Farocki appears as one of the leads, and the film also features a cameo from American experimental filmmaker Thom Andersen. A documentary was made about the filming process, Jean-Marie Straub und Danièle Huillet bei der Arbeit an einem Film.

The Big Show (1961)

The Big Show is a 1961 DeLuxe Color and CinemaScope drama film directed by James B. Clark, starring Esther Williams and Cliff Robertson. The cast also includes Robert Vaughn, Margia Dean, Nehemiah Persoff and David Nelson, who was best known to audiences of the time for The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet television show. This is the third variation of Jerome Weidman's novel I'll Never Go There Any More. The other two are Broken Lance (1954) a western version starring Spencer Tracy, and House of Strangers (1949) set in the big city starring Edward G. Robinson.

Moonlight and Pretzels (1933)

Moonlight and Pretzels is a 1933 American Pre-Code musical film directed by Karl Freund about a man who puts on a Broadway show. The film was released by Universal Studios, and featured Mary Brian and William Frawley, best known as "Fred Mertz" on I Love Lucy; Freund was a cinematographer for I Love Lucy.

American Rebel: The Dean Reed Story (1985)

Filmmaker Will Roberts profiles the U.S.-born country singer who prefers life behind the Iron Curtain.

Queen Elizabeth (1912)

Les Amours de la reine Élisabeth (The Loves of Queen Elizabeth), Les Amours d'Elisabeth, Reine d'Angleterre (The Loves of Elizabeth, Queen of England) or La reine Élisabeth (Queen Elizabeth) is a 1912 feature 4-reel French silent film based on the love affair between Elizabeth I of England and the Earl of Essex. It was condensed from a play of the same name and directed by Louis Mercanton and Henri Desfontaines. It was shot in Paris and starred Sarah Bernhardt as Elizabeth and Lou Tellegen as Essex. Bernhardt by then was 68 and said of the film "This is my last chance at immortality". She and Tellegen were already romantically involved, and this was their second film together. Its production company, L’Histrionic Film, was forced into liquidation by Pathé Frères during the film's production, but it was completed with funds from Adolph Zukor. Zukor also brought it to New York City, where it premiered at the Lyceum Theatre on Broadway. The film’s US release (on State Rights basis, on 12 July 1912) was the first release from the Famous Players Film Company. Its success convinced other American companies that feature films were commercially viable. Famous Players, which advertised "Famous Players in Famous Plays", later became Famous Players-Lasky, and then Paramount Pictures. Queen Elizabeth had one of the earliest dedicated film scores, composed by Joseph Carl Breil specifically for the production. Four years earlier, Bernhardt’s first film The Assassination of the Duke of Guise (1908), also featured an original film score, one composed by Camille Saint-Saëns.

Back to Ararat (1988)

Back to Ararat is a 1988 Swedish documentary film about the Armenian genocide. The film won the Guldbagge Award for Best Film at the 24th Guldbagge Awards.

Dancin' Thru the Dark (1987)

Dancin' thru the Dark is a 1990 British film directed by Mike Ockrent and written by Willy Russell, based on the play Stags and Hens by the same author and starring Con O'Neill, Claire Hackett, Simon O'Brien, Julia Deakin, Marji Campi, Colin Welland and Mark Womack.

Strand, Under the Dark Cloth (1989)

Beautifully crafted, thoroughly researched and illustrated with some of the photographer's most famous images, this documentary sheds light on noteworthy photographer Paul Strand.

Depression: The Movie (2012)

Individuals (Corey Montgomery, David Neely, Moriah Yux) try to rise above their disastrous lives and find the root cause of their unhappiness.

Meet the Missus (1937)

Meet the Missus is a 1937 American domestic comedy film directed by Joseph Santley, using a screenplay by Jack Townley, Bert Granet, and Joel Sayre, based on an original story by Jack Goodman and Albert Rice. The movie was produced and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, and was initially released on June 4, 1937. The film stars Victor Moore and Helen Broderick (in the fifth of their six 1936–38 films) as well as Anne Shirley.

Fugitive in the Sky (1936)

Fugitive in the Sky is a 1936 American drama film directed by Nick Grinde and written by George Bricker. The stars are Jean Muir, Warren Hull, Gordon Oliver, Carlyle Moore Jr., Howard Phillips, Winifred Shaw and Mary Treen. The film was released by Warner Bros. on November 28, 1936.

Me, The Bees And Cancer (2012)

John Board discusses the use of homeopathic remedies to stay healthy and fight off disease.

Oysters at Nam Kee's (2002)

Oysters at Nam Kee's is a 2002 Dutch drama film, directed by Pollo de Pimentel, starring Katja Schuurman and Egbert Jan Weeber.

Edward Said: The Last Interview (2004)

The life and work of Edward Said.

Leave 'Em Laughing (1928)

Leave 'Em Laughing is a 1928 two-reel silent film starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. Produced by the Hal Roach Studios, it was shot in October, 1927 and released January 28, 1928 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Storm Over Wyoming (1950)

Storm over Wyoming is a 1950 Western film.

Fathoms Deep (2011)

A deal gone bad puts two partners-in-crime (Zachary Ryan Block, Robert Dill) on a collision course with an array of twisted villains.

The Albanian (2010)

The Albanian (German: Der Albaner, Albanian: Shqiptari) is a 2010 German and Albanian drama film directed by Johannes Naber and starring the Albanian award-winning Nik Xhelilaj.

After (2012)

After is a 2012 fantasy thriller film written and directed by Ryan Smith and starring Steven Strait and Karolina Wydra. It premiered at the 43rd Annual Nashville Film Festival on April 19, 2012. Canadian distributor Mongrel Media acquired the North American rights to the film in June 2013.

The Five of Me (1981)

The Five of Me is a 1981 made for television film about a man who is plagued with multiple personalities. It was directed by Paul Wendkos and produced by Jack Farren. It stars David Birney, Dee Wallace, Mitchell Ryan, John McLiam, James Whitmore Jr., Ben Piazza, Judith Chapman, Robert L. Gibson and Herb Armstrong.

Heart Breaks Open (2011)

The world of an activist and advocate implodes after he tests positive for HIV.

A Trace of Danger (2010)

An attorney (Emmanuelle Vaugier) returns to her hometown to defend a former boyfriend (Ivan Sergei) accused of murder.

The Ister (2004)

The Ister is a 2004 documentary film directed by David Barison and Daniel Ross.

Don't Change Your Husband (1919)

Don't Change Your Husband is a 1919 American silent comedy film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Gloria Swanson. The film was the third of six "marriage films" directed by DeMille and the first DeMille film starring Gloria Swanson. A print of the film is stored at the George Eastman House.The film was released on DVD by Image Entertainment with The Golden Chance.

Hero Hitler In Love (2011)

Hero Hitler in Love is a 2011 Punjabi romantic and action film directed by Sukhwant Dhadda with story, screenplay, music & dialogues by Babbu Maan. The Maan Films production stars Babbu Maan, Mouni Roy and Bhagwant Maan in lead roles. It was released on 18 November with a bumper opening but couldn't sustain.

Back to Life (2009)

A man reunites with his dead fiancee in the cemetery where he believes she is buried.

County Fair, Texas (2015)

A year in the lives of four kids from Texas as they raise animals to show at a local county fair.