After Parkland (2019)

Millions of parents wave their children into school, placing their trust in the sanctity of a classroom. For much of the country, school shootings remain distant, seen as tragedies that plague faraway towns. The families of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School were no different -- until the afternoon of Valentine’s Day 2018, when a gunman walked into the freshman building and opened fire. In the aftermath, filmmakers Emily Taguchi and Jake Lefferman filmed with students and families whose lives were transformed: senior David Hogg, who recorded his class during the attack and became the face of the Never Again movement; freshman Brooke Harrison, who was in the first classroom under attack; Sam Zeif, a senior who was locked down in the same building, texting with his little brother and unsure if they would ever see each other again; Andrew Pollack, the father of 18-year old Meadow, who was killed after being shot nine times; and the loved ones of 17 year-old Joaquin Oliver, including his father Manuel, girlfriend Victoria Gonzalez, and best friend Dillon McCooty. The filmmakers developed trusting relationships with the families, who opened their doors during some of the most difficult moments they had ever faced. Weaving together candid, in-depth interviews, verite footage, and personal videos, the film chronicles moments both intimate and defining -- from the quiet hours of grief and reflection, to those of political awakening, and onto milestones on the public stage -- overshadowed by profound loss and an elusive search for normalcy.

Astronauts (2005)

Okul (2004)

Okul ("School") is a 2004 Turkish horror-comedy film directed by the Taylan brothers (Yağmur Taylan and Durul Taylan). It is adapted from the novel Hayalet Kitap by Doğu Yücel who also wrote the screenplay. Kevin Moore provided the film's soundtrack.

Taebaek Mountains (1994)

The Taebaek Mountains (Hangul: 태백산맥; RR: Taebaek Sanmaek) is a 1994 South Korean film directed by Im Kwon-taek.

Country of the Deaf (1998)

Country of the Deaf (Russian: Страна глухих, translit. Strana glukhikh) is a 1998 Russian crime film directed by Valery Todorovsky, loosely based on the Renata Litvinova's novel To Own and Belong. The film set in a fictional underworld of deaf-mute people in Moscow. The film was entered into the 48th Berlin International Film Festival.

The Doors Collection (1999)

The Doors Collection features the Universal Home Video long-form videos "Dance On Fire" - "The Doors Live At The Hollywood Bowl" - and "The Soft Parade". All three videos were personally directed by Ray Manzarek, who first met Jim Morrison while they were both attending the UCLA film school.This special edition features Ray, John Densmore and Robby Krieger on the analog tracks, along with Doors engineer and producer ("L.A. Woman") Bruce Botnick, for over three hours of candid, intimate, revealing conversation.

Two Captains II (1992)

Mantle (2005)

Des fleurs pour Algernon (2006)

Peter Gabriel: Secret World Live (1993)

Fantozzi The Return (1996)

Fantozzi - Il ritorno ("Fantozzi - The Return") is a 1996 Italian comedy film directed by Neri Parenti. It is the ninth chapter in the Fantozzi film series.

Chico Xavier (2010)

Chico Xavier is a 2010 Brazilian drama film directed by Daniel Filho, written by Marcos Bernstein, and starring Nelson Xavier, Christiane Torloni, Giulia Gam, Letícia Sabatella, Giovanna Antonelli and Tony Ramos. It was released in Brazil on April 2, 2010. The movie is a biography of the Brazilian medium Chico Xavier.

The Clash: Westway To The World (2000)

The Clash: Westway to the World is a 2000 documentary film about the British punk rock band The Clash. In 2003 it won the Grammy Award for Best Long Form Music Video. Directed by Don Letts, the film combines old footage from the band's personal collection filmed in 1982 when The Clash went to New York with new interviews conducted for the film by Mal Peachey of members Mick Jones, Paul Simonon, Topper Headon, and Joe Strummer and other people associated with the group (including founding drummer Terry Chimes). Although The Clash: Westway to the World ostensibly provides an overview of the band's history, the film implies that The Clash broke up in 1983 when Mick Jones left the band, making no mention of the post-Jones version of the band that existed between 1983 and 1986, nor the album that iteration produced (Cut the Crap). Danny Garcia's 2012 documentary film The Rise and Fall of The Clash covers this period in some depth, placing an emphasis on the band's declining years and the repercussions of Mick Jones' ouster. Garcia's film also features interviews with latter-day Clash members Pete Howard, Nick Sheppard, and Vince White.

Tell It to the Fishes (2006)

Everything Is Terrible!: The Movie (2009)

2Everything2Terrible2: Tokyo Drift (2010)

Girl Seduction (2003)

Шапка (1990)

Comida para gatos (2008)

Girl's Love (2004)

Gelecekten Bir Gün (2010)

One Day in the Future (Turkish: Gelecekten Bir Gün) is a 2010 Turkish comedy film, directed by Boğaçhan Dündar, featuring Hayrettin Karaoğuz as a man who is shown his unrealised future by two angels after committing suicide. The film went on general release across the country on January 15, 2010 (2010-01-15).

Be Somebody… or Be Somebody's Fool! (1984)

Full Love (2010)

Full Love (formerly known as Soldiers and The Eagle Path) is an upcoming action drama written, produced, edited, and directed by Jean-Claude Van Damme, who also stars as in the film as main character Frenchy. The film also features two of his children, Kristopher Van Varenberg and Bianca Bree. The first film edit under the previously titled The Eagle Path was screened at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. Filming resumes in August 2012 for additional scenes.

Improbable Collapse: The Demolition of Our Republic (2006)

Demons of War (1998)

Demons of War (Polish: Demony wojny według Goi) is a 1998 Polish war drama by Władysław Pasikowski set during the Bosnian War.

Those Who Whisper (2006)

Fog and Night (2007)

Fog and Night (Turkish: Sis ve Gece) is a 2007 Turkish adventure film directed by Turgut Yasalar.

My So-called Love (2008)

Lupin the Third: Farewell to Nostradamus (1995)

Lupin III: Farewell to Nostradamus (Japanese: ルパン三世 くたばれ!ノストラダムス Hepburn: Rupan sansei: Kutabare! Nosutoradamusu, lit. "Lupin III: Die! Nostradamus"), sometimes also referred to as To Hell With Nostradamus, is a 1995 Japanese anime film. It is the fourth feature film in the Lupin III franchise. The North American release was done by FUNimation; it was released individually and later made a part of the "Final Haul" box set.

Fantasm (1976)

Fantasm is a 1976 softcore pornographic film, directed by Richard Franklin under a pseudonym. It was followed by a sequel, Fantasm Comes Again, the following year, directed by a pseudonymous Colin Eggleston.

Alien Escape (1996)

Claustrophobia (2003)

Claustrophobia (retitled Serial Slayer for home video release) is a 2003 horror thriller written and directed by Mark Tapio Kines. The films stars Melanie Lynskey, Sheeri Rappaport, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Will Collyer, and Judith O'Dea.

Scarred (2013)

Scarred is a 1984 independent film directed by Rose Marie Turko and starring Jennifer Mayo, Jackie Berryman, David Dean, and Rico L. Richardson.

Arne Anka - An evening at Zekes (1996)

The Last Kamikaze (1984)

El Greco (2007)

El Greco is a Greek biographical film about the life of the Greek painter of the Spanish Renaissance, Domenicos Theotokopoulos, known worldwide as El Greco. Based on the fictionalized biographical novel, El Greco: o Zografos tou Theou (El Greco: the Painter of God), by Dimitris Siatopoulos, it was released in 2007, directed by Yannis Smaragdis and written by Jackie Pavlenko. The main cast features prominent contemporary Greek actors like Lakis Lazopoulos, Dimitra Matsouka and Dina Konsta, and includes popular actors of the Greek cinema of the 1960s such as Sotiris Moustakas and Katerina Helmi, who, along with Juan Diego Botto, Laia Marull and others, surround the leading actor, Nick Ashdon, who portrays El Greco.

Bob Marley - The Legend Live (2003)

Who Never Lived (2006)

Who Never Lived (Polish: Kto nigdy nie żył...) is a 2006 Polish drama film directed by Andrzej Seweryn. It was entered into the 28th Moscow International Film Festival.

The Jekyll and Hyde Portfolio (1971)

Ghostwood (2006)

Ghostwood is a 2006 supernatural thriller film directed by Justin O'Brien and produced by Ned Dowd. Executive Producers were Mairead Killian, Tom Higgins, John Slazenger and Noel Lourdes.

Heavy Metal (2007)

Maniacal (2003)

Maniacal is a 2003 horror film directed by Joe Castro, and written by Eric Spudic.

Animals (1999)

The Voyeur (1994)

Blanche Maupas (2009)

The Prodigy: Their Law - The Singles 1990-2005 (2005)

Entheogen: Awakening the Divine Within (2006)

Setem (2009)

Beyond (2003)

We Are Not Angels 2 (2005)

Raggedy Ann & Andy: The Great Santa Claus Caper (1978)

Raggedy Ann and Andy in The Great Santa Claus Caper, a.k.a. simply The Great Santa Claus Caper, is an animated American television special featuring Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy. Produced by Chuck Jones Enterprises, the special was first broadcast November 30, 1978 on CBS.

The Longest Tunnel (1982)

Leroy räumt auf (2005)

Mahalia Jackson: The Power And The Glory (1997)

El Colombian Dream (2005)

El colombian dream is a 2006 Colombian comedy film directed by Felipe Aljure.

Bad Karma (1991)

Bad Karma is a cult horror short film directed by Underground movie director Alex Chandon and stars Carmel and Dan Barton.

Lebensborn (1997)

The Great Swindle (1941)

The Great Swindle is a 1971 Spanish-Italian thriller film directed by José Antonio Nieves Conde. It tells the story of a woman, Carla, who deceives and seduces several people, as she and others take on false identities and try to outsmart each other in deadly intrigues. The film's Spanish title is Historia de una traición. It has two alternative Italian titles: Nel buio del terrore and Diabolicamente sole con il delitto.

Neil Diamond: Greatest Hits Live (1988)

The Tour (2015)

The Tour (Serbian: Turneja, Турнеја) is a 2008 Serbian film directed by Goran Marković. It was Serbia's official submission for the 2009 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Gletscherblut (2009)

Do You Believe in Miracles? The Story of the 1980 U.S. Hockey Team (2001)

Wild Cardz (1997)

Atash (2001)

The Shadow Play (1993)

The Shadow Play (Turkish: Gölge Oyunu) is a 1992 Turkish drama film directed by Yavuz Turgul.

Dylan Moran: Monster (2004)

The Dry Spell (2005)

With a Little Help from Myself (2008)

With a Little Help from Myself (French: Aide-toi, le ciel t'aidera) is a 2008 French comedy-drama film written and directed by François Dupeyron. The film received four nominations at the 14th Lumières Awards and won Best Director for Dupeyron.

The Journey (2010)

The Journey (Spanish: El viaje) is a 1992 Argentine drama film directed by Fernando Solanas. It was entered into the 1992 Cannes Film Festival.

Lucky (2002)

The Queens Of Country (2009)

Peter, Paul And Mary Holiday Concert (1988)

Premutos - Der gefallene Engel (1997)

Premutos: The Fallen Angel (German: Premutos - Der gefallene Engel) is a 1997 comedy horror splatter film written by, directed by, and starring Olaf Ittenbach. The film follows the carnage that ensues when a man accidentally resurrects Premutos, an evil fallen angel who takes over his body and then proceeds to summon an army of the living dead to do his bidding.

La Société du spectacle (1973)

La Société du Spectacle (Society of the Spectacle) is a black and white 1973 film by the Situationist Guy Debord based on his 1967 book of the same name. It was Debord's first feature-length film. It uses found footage and detournement in a radical Marxist critique of mass marketing and its role in the alienation of modern society.

Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer (1997)

The Flying Classroom (1954)

Das fliegende Klassenzimmer (English:The Flying Classroom) is a 1973 German comedy film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Joachim Fuchsberger, Heinz Reincke and Diana Körner. Two classes in a school have a running feud. It is based on The Flying Classroom, a novel by Erich Kästner.

Polterabend (2006)

Floored By Love (2005)

Earth Pilgrims (2010)

Breaking Vegas (2004)

Black Sheep Boy (1995)

Kings of the Road: The Story of the Portland Buckaroos (2000)

21 and a Wake-Up (2009)

21 and Wake-Up is a 2009 American war film starring Amy Acker, Danica McKellar, Faye Dunaway, and was directed and written by producer, director, and writer Chris McIntyre. 21 and a Wakeup is the first American film about the Vietnam war allowed to shoot on location in Vietnam after the Vietnam War. It is based on a dozen true stories, most surrounding the final days of the 24th Evacuation Hospital, the last major Army hospital in the south to close as Americans abandoned Southeast Asia. 21 and a Wakeup has an all-star cast, and was written and directed by Chris McIntyre, a veteran of the US Marine Corps from 1967 through 1971, the most conflicted years of the war. The film focuses on real people McIntyre knew in the Marines, as well as experiences of Dr. Marvin Wayne, renowned and decorated physician at the 24th Evac in its final year. 21 and a Wakeup has been described as "an action packed drama that genuinely gets under the skin of its characters, showcasing the breathtaking beauty of Vietnam that most Americans have never seen."

Důvod k rozvodu (1937)

Talegaver Til Børn: 10 Års Jubilæum (2002)

Cherche fiancé tous frais payés (2007)

Cherche fiancé tous frais payés is a 2007 French film directed by Aline Issermann and starring Claudia Cardinale.

Tree for Two (1943)

Tree for Two is a 1952 Merrie Melodies short directed by Friz Freleng. It features Sylvester and also features the first of two appearances by Spike and Chester. The short was released on disc for the first time on the Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3.

Tree Cornered Tweety (1956)

Tree Cornered Tweety is a "Merrie Melodies" cartoon animated short starring Tweety and Sylvester. Released May 19, 1956, the cartoon is directed by Friz Freleng. The voices were performed by Mel Blanc. It is one of a few Sylvester and Tweety shorts wherein Tweety does not directly influence the outcome. The cartoon is a parody of Dragnet, with Tweety narrating the short in the style of Joe Friday.

Kimchi Warrior 2D Feast of Fury (2011)

Treasure of the Hidden Planet (1997)

Take That: Come To Town (2008)

Nasty Old People (2009)

Nasty Old People is a 2009 Swedish film directed by Hanna Sköld, Tangram Film. It premiered on 10 October 2009 at Kontrapunkt in Malmö, and on file sharing site The Pirate Bay. The film is available as an authorized and legal download under the Creative Commons license CC BY-NC-SA.

Doctor Who: The Infinite Quest (2007)

Savage Harvest (1981)

Savage Harvest is a 1981 American/Brazilian/Kenyan action-adventure natural horror film directed by Robert L. Collins. It stars Tom Skerritt, Michelle Phillips, Shawn Stevens, Anne-Marie Martin, Derek Partridge and Tana Helfer.

Tai ji men (1968)

1939 (1989)

1939 is a Swedish drama film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 25 December 1989, directed by Göran Carmback. It's set in Stockholm in 1939 where 18 years old Annika from Värmland comes to work as a waitress girl.

Directed By Alan Smithee (2002)

Trading Women (2003)

Trading Women is a 2003 documentary film by anthropologist David A. Feingold, produced by Dean W. Slotar and narrated by Angelina Jolie. It covers human trafficking of girls from hill tribes in Burma, Laos, Thailand and China into the sex industry of Thailand. The film states that the largest group of persons trafficked into the Thai sex industry come from Burma, and that these persons do not normally end up in establishments serving Western customers. Rejecting simplistic and moralistic solutions, the film cites as root causes of the trafficking problem the economic and political situation in Burma, the destruction of the traditional economy in Thai hill tribe regions resulting from development and opium suppression programs, corruption among police and border guards, and the inability of many Thai hill tribe people to obtain proper identification papers and participate in society.

The Elective Affinities (1974)

Elective Affinities (German: Die Wahlverwandtschaften) is a 1974 East German drama film directed by Siegfried Kühn. It follows the dynamics which follow when a couple invite two other people. The film is based on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's novel Elective Affinities. It was released by the DEFA film studio on 27 August 1974.

Killer Bitch (2010)

Killer Bitch is a 2010 British action-horror film written and directed by Liam Galvin and produced by Yvette Rowland, Liam Galvin & John Fleming. The film contains a real sex scene featuring Ben Dover which was filmed as hardcore porn but edited to softcore for the final cut of the movie. It also features a controversial sex scene with star Alex Reid