Three generations of Asian immigrants experience love in three different cities.
The Instructor (1983)
Students from two rival martial arts schools face off in a winner take all fight.
The Mad Game (1933)
The Mad Game is a 1933 American Pre-Code crime drama film about an imprisoned bootlegger (Spencer Tracy) recruited from incarceration to help capture his own gang after they kidnap the daughter (Claire Trevor) of the judge who jailed him. The supporting cast includes Ralph Morgan, J. Carrol Naish, Matt McHugh, and Paul Fix, and the movie was directed by Irving Cummings.
Turn Around (2017)
Turn Around is a 2017 Taiwanese drama film directed by Chen Ta-pu. The plot is loosely based on the true story of Wang Cheng-chung, a passionate teacher who has won multiple educational awards in Taiwan. After the 921 earthquake in 1999, Wang makes the decision to teach at a countryside school which was hit by the earthquake. Employing a creative teaching method, he is determined to reverse the perception of rural education in Taiwan. The film stars Jay Shih and Kimi Hsia.
Garden Lovers (2014)
Through glimpses of their daily lives, elderly couples impart wisdom about love and remind people of life's fickle nature.
Beyond: An African Surf Documentary (2017)
Surfers living along the coast of Morocco, Western Sahara, Mauritania, Senegal and Gambia visit their home surf spots as they discuss their surfing lives.
The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon (2006)
Pokémon: The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon, is a special hour-long episode of the Pokémon anime series created for the tenth anniversary of the franchise. This special premiered on Kids' WB on April 29, 2006. It became available on DVD in the United States on September 19 that year as a special feature on the 2-disc Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew release, and the original dub aired on October 28 in the same year on Cartoon Network. In Japan the special was available for download on the official site from October 13-October 31, 2006. The events of the specials take place during the 8th season of Pokémon: Advanced Battle.
The Fall (1969)
A statement on violence, revolution and the turbulence in late 1960s America.
The Prime Ministers: Soldiers and Peacemakers (2015)
Filmmaker Richard Trank examines six decades of Israel's history.
A strange disease is plaguing the city. Hoping to escape contamination, Eva and Sam barricade themselves in their apartment.
Death and the Judge (2018)
An Iranian judge issues 4,500 death sentences over the course of his career.
Wolf Town (2010)
Vicious wolves terrorize a group of friends (Alicia Ziegler, Levi Fiehler, Josh Kelly) stranded in a ghost town.
The Thing on the Doorstep (2014)
Daniel's friendship with Edward changes after Edward becomes romantically involved with Asenath, a hypnotist with an odd reputation. Daniel investigates Asenath as Edward's behavior becomes more erratic and unexplainable.
Close Harmony (1981)
Close Harmony is a 1981 American short documentary film directed by Nigel Noble, which won the Academy Award for Best Documentary at the 54th Academy Awards. The film chronicles a how a children's choir of 4th- and 5th-graders at the Brooklyn Friends School and elderly retirees at a Brooklyn Jewish seniors' center combine to give an annual joint concert.
Pros and Ex-Cons (2005)
Two ex-cons (Sam Worthington, Steve Bastoni) murder the wrong man and have to correct their error before it is too late.
The Lords of Magick (1989)
Accused of sorcery, two 10th-century wizards (Jarrett Parker, Mark Gauthier) go to Los Angeles 1,000 years in the future.
Bhoot Returns (2012)
Bhoot Returns is a 2012 Bollywood 3D horror film directed by Ram Gopal Varma and written by Ravi Shankar. The film was released on 12 October 2012 to mixed reviews.
The Kick (2011)
The Kick (Korean: 더 킥; Thai: วอนโดนเตะ!!) is a 2011 Thai martial arts film, directed by Prachya Pinkaew. The film follows a Korean family of taekwondo experts who immigrate to Thailand.
World Traveler (2002)
World Traveler is a 2001 drama directed by Bart Freundlich. It stars Billy Crudup and Julianne Moore. It was screened at the 2001 Toronto Film Festival.
The Natural History of the Chicken (2000)
People with special connections to chickens are interviewed in this documentary about the ubiquitous fowl. Among the many unusual anecdotes are the story of a chicken resuscitated thanks to her owner's CPR skills, a cockfight breeder whose loud roosters annoy his neighbors and a headless chicken that was a sideshow attraction for many years. Facts about the poultry industry are interspersed with the stories, providing a quirky and well-rounded portrait of the bird.
The Barber of Birmingham: Foot Soldier of the Civil Rights Movement (2011)
The Barber of Birmingham is a 2011 documentary film about James Armstrong, one of the unsung heroes of the Civil Rights Movement. A World War II veteran and an original flag bearer for the 1965 Selma to Montgomery marches, Armstrong has run a voter education program out of his barbershop in Birmingham, Alabama for 50 years. The film was co-directed and produced by Gail Dolgin and Robin Fryday. It premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, three months after Dolgin's death in October 2010 from breast cancer. It was named best short documentary at the Ashland Independent Film Festival. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary at the 84th Academy Awards. It later aired on television on the PBS series POV.
Something in the Air (2012)
Something in the Air (French: Après mai) is a 2012 French drama film written and directed by Olivier Assayas. The film was selected to compete for the Golden Lion at the 69th Venice International Film Festival. Assayas won the Osella for Best Screenplay.
Agadez, the Music and the Rebellion (2010)
Omara, a Tuareg nomad and musician, returns to Agadez after living in exile to perform a concert.
To Mary - with Love (1936)
To Mary - with Love is a 1936 American drama film directed by John Cromwell and written by Richard Sherman and Howard Ellis Smith. The film stars Warner Baxter, Myrna Loy, Ian Hunter, Claire Trevor, Jean Dixon and Pat Somerset. The film was released on August 1, 1936, by 20th Century Fox.
Swamp Girl (1971)
Swamp Girl is a 1971 American backcountry drama film, independently made on a low budget in Georgia by Donald A. Davis Productions, Inc., co-produced and co-written by Don Davis (who also directed), Jack Vaughn (who also plays a cameo role) and Jay Kulp (who was also the cinematographer and died in the aftermath of a jeep accident near the end of production). The sole name billed before the title is that of country singer Ferlin Husky, with second billing going to country singer-songwriter Claude King. The title role is played by Georgia native Simone Griffeth who receives an "Introducing" credit in her film debut.
Swamp Girl's general release was in November 1971, but the location of the premiere, in June, was the small Georgia city of Waycross, the closest city to the Okefenokee Swamp. The opening credits state, "Swamp locations courtesy of Okefenokee Swamp Park Waycross, Georgia" and "Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge U.S. Dept. of Interior Folkston, Georgia".
Break Up Club (2010)
Break Up Club is a 2010 Hong Kong romance film starring Jaycee Chan and Fiona Sit. This film revolves around a website that allows users to win back lost loves, so long as they agree to break up another happy couple.
Bi, Don't Be Afraid (2010)
Bi struggles to deal with his dysfunctional family.
The Invaders: Genesis (2012)
Three years after nuclear war devastated the planet, a peacekeeping officer (Eli Martyr) battles terrorists who are trying to take over a small town.
Nang Nak (1999)
Nang Nak is a romantic tragedy and horror film directed by Nonzee Nimibutr in 1999 through Buddy Film and Video Production Co. in Thailand, based on a legend. It features the life of a devoted ghost wife and the unsuspecting husband.
Compelling Evidence (1995)
An action star (Danny Fendley) asks his mistress and a tabloid reporter (Dana Plato) to help prove he didn't kill his wife.
Crazy Knights (1944)
Crazy Knights is a 1944 American comedy horror film directed by William Beaudine and starring Billy Gilbert, Shemp Howard and Max Rosenbloom.
Fatal Encounter (1990)
A woman and two companions undertake the potentially deadly task of avenging the murder of a race-car driver.
My Way (2012)
This documentary.examines the appeal and staying power of the phenomenally popular anthem to individualism.
3 Knee Deep (2016)
A criminal mastermind goes to prison to keep his stash of drugs a secret. When he is released on parole, he has to fight off the police and the mob to claim his hidden fortune.
The Lies of the Victors (2014)
After he loses a story, Fabian is assigned a young female intern. He has her investigate a death at a zoo, and is shocked when his story links up with her investigation.
Two Living, One Dead (1961)
Two Living, One Dead is a 1961 British-Swedish existentialist thriller film directed by Anthony Asquith and starring Patrick McGoohan, Virginia McKenna and Bill Travers.
The film is a remake of the 1937 Norwegian film To levende og en død, which in turn was adapted from the novel of the same name by author Sigurd Christiansen. The Scandinavian small-town setting of the earlier film was kept but the action was moved to Sweden.
The Wizard of Oz (1982)
The Wizard of Oz (オズの魔法使い, Ozu no Mahōtsukai) is a 1982 anime feature film directed by Fumihiko Takayama, from a screenplay by Yoshimitsu Banno and Akira Miyazaki, which is based on the 1900 children's novel by L. Frank Baum, produced by Yoshimitsu Banno and Katsumi Ueno for Toho Co., Ltd. The film was originally shown at the Cannes Film Festival, but did not have a regular run in U.S. theatres.
In the 1980s, a re-edited version of the film was released in Czechoslovakia. The film was dubbed into the Slovak language except for the songs, which were performed by Japanese singers (from the original Japanese music version). Some other foreign dubs, such as the Italian and Greek versions, had this premise edit as well.
Beauty Becomes the Beast (1979)
An examination of the mother-daughter relationship.
The Starry Sky Above Me (2017)
A man's relatives worry for him.
Kande is an Indian Punjabi-language romantic action comedy movie directed by Kavi Raz and produced by VRV Production. The film stars Preet Baath opposite Kamal Virk. The movie will open worldwide on 11 May 2018.
De held (2016)
De Held is a 2016 Dutch crime film directed by Menno Meyjes. It was based on the novel of the same name by Jessica Durlacher. It was listed as one of eleven films that could be selected as the Dutch submission for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 89th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.
Srimannarayana is a 2012 Telugu, Action film, produced by Ramesh Puppala on Yellow Flowers banner, directed by Ravi Chavali and Cinematography by T. Surendra Reddy. Starring Nandamuri Balakrishna, Parvati Melton, Isha Chawla in the lead roles and music composed by Chakri.
Treasure Hunters (2011)
Erick comes across an old man who tells him about the legend of a hidden treasure. When the young man goes to Guanajuato with his friends to look for it, he faces unexpected problems.
A Thrill for Thelma (1935)
A young woman winds up in jail when she tries to cheat her way to luxury.
My Father Was Right (1936)
After being left for another man by his wife, a man raises his only son to fear and suspect women.
Le marin masqué (2012)
Friends Laetitia and Sophie visit Laetita's hometown and face relationships past and present.
Lovely Rita, sainte patronne des cas désespérés (2003)
Lovely Rita, sainte patronne des cas désespérés is a French film directed by Stéphane Clavier in 2003. The film stars his brother, Christian Clavier.
A troubled man spends time with a prostitute.
The Babysitter (1969)
A woman blackmails a district attorney (George E. Carey) after he has an affair with a teenager (Patricia Wymer).
Birth of a Family (2016)
Birth of a Family is a 2017 First Nations Canadian documentary directed by Tasha Hubbard and co-written by Tasha Hubbard and Betty Ann Adams. Three sisters and a brother, adopted as infants into separate families across North America, meet together for the first time.
Any Bullet Will Do (2018)
Hollis Ransom, a ruthless head hunter with a legendary reputation, has been tracking his infamous Brother for the past 12 years, finally leading him to the gold boom taking place in Big Sky country: Montana. Having fought for the Union Army as a Captain and his Brother for the Confederates, Hollis has developed a hatred for his kin the likes of which no one has ever seen. With the help of a young fur trapper, Hollis sets out on a bloody path through the rugged wintry lands of Montana and Wyoming, fighting outlaws, evading Indians, and finally meeting his Brother in an epic battle that will seal both men’s fates once and for all.
Housing Problems (1935)
Housing Problems is a British social documentary film about slum housing conditions produced in 1935 by the Realist Film Unit and John Grierson for the British Commercial Gas Association. It was directed by Arthur Elton and Edgar Anstey.
The Redwoods (1967)
The Redwoods is a 1967 American short documentary film produced by Trevor Greenwood and Mark Jonathan Harris. It was produced for the Sierra Club as part of their campaign for a national park to protect the redwood forest. In 1968, it won an Oscar at the 40th Academy Awards for Documentary Short Subject.
What Is Democracy? (2019)
Coming at a moment of profound political and social crisis, What Is Democracy? reflects on a word we too often take for granted.
Director Astra Taylor’s idiosyncratic, philosophical journey spans millennia and continents: from ancient Athens’ groundbreaking experiment in self-government to capitalism’s roots in medieval Italy; from modern-day Greece grappling with financial collapse and a mounting refugee crisis to the United States reckoning with its racist past and the growing gap between rich and poor.
Featuring a diverse cast—including celebrated theorists, trauma surgeons, activists, factory workers, asylum seekers, and former prime ministers—this urgent film connects the past and the present, the emotional and the intellectual, the personal and the political, in order to provoke and inspire. If we want to live in democracy, we must first ask what the word even means.
The Emperor's New Clothes (1991)
Emperor Louis decides to celebrate his birthday by holding a competition, and offers a reward to the tailor who can design the finest outfit for him to wear during celebrations.
A strong-willed woman leaves her unhappy, arranged marriage and elopes while her husband is fighting in World War II.
Kim Swims (2017)
A woman attempts a record-breaking 30-mile swim off the coast of San Francisco.
The Nightingale (2021)
Two sisters come of age during the Nazi occupation of France in 1939.
Deep in the Heart (2012)
Two British documentary filmmakers deal with their own relationship issues while filming in Austin, Texas.
Nandha is a 2001 Indian Tamil action drama film written and directed by Bala, starring Suriya and Laila in the leading roles, while Rajkiran, Saravanan and Rajshree play other supporting roles. The film also marked the debut of comedian Karunas. The score was by Yuvan Shankar Raja and cinematography by R. Rathnavelu. The film was released on 14 November 2001.
La Gran Promesa (2018)
A war photographer steals his infant daughter to keep her safe.
Der Räuber Hotzenplotz (1974)
When the local police can't find the robber who attacked their grandmother, two children decide to take action.
Invisible Essence: The Little Prince (2018)
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s transcendent story suggests an ethical philosophy about life and a universal code of respect for humanity. With every new generation that discovers the fable, the Little Prince’s inspiring legacy is cemented.
Sherlock Holmes 3 (2021)
The further adventures of Detective Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson.
Devil's Cove (2018)
New girl in town Toni (Christelle Baguidy) is unhappy in her marriage to the vehement Rick. Not surprisingly, her eye catches that of another- Jackie (Chloe Traicos in an award-nominated performance), a woman who recently escaped a jail sentence involving the death of her child.
When Rick (Cameron Barnes) gets wind of the passionate relationship his wife is having with Jackie, he erupts into a fiery rage. In an act of self-defence, Toni and Jackie end Rick’s life. To stay out of jail, the duo hit the road – one with many twists and turns in it.
The Toledo Report (2009)
The works of celebrated Mexican artist Francisco Toledo.
A deranged hotel manager with a distorted view of reality targets one of his guests.
Wedding of Dreams (2018)
Debbie turns her back on the music business and finds true love. When her manager tries to pull her back into the limelight, she must decide whether music or love comes first.
Four friends wake up in a police station after a night of partying. Accused of murder, they use photos of the party to piece together what actually happened.
Max & Co (2007)
Max & Co is a 2007 stop-motion animated feature film released in Belgium, France, and Switzerland in February 2008. It won the Audience Award at the 2007 Annecy International Animated Film Festival. With its budget of CHF 30 million, of which CHF 1.5 million were subsidised by the Swiss Federal Office of Culture, it was the most expensive Swiss film ever.
Le Mac (2010)
A mild-mannered banker masquerades as a notorious gangster.
Le Complot (1973)
French paramilitary dissidents prepare to spring Gen. Challe from jail in Tulle.
Top Line (1988)
Alien Terminator (Italian: Top Line) is a 1988 Italian film directed by Nello Rossati. It is an action film with a climax that includes UFOs and aliens. It was released on video as Top Line.
A Stormy Summer Night (2015)
A Parisian couple, traveling through Spain, seek shelter during a storm in a small village that has been rocked by a recent murder.
Young and Dangerous 1998 (1998)
Young and Dangerous 5 is a 1998 Hong Kong triad film. It is the fourth sequel in the Young and Dangerous film series.
Uncharted Waters (2013)
A look at the humble beginnings of Australian surfer Wayne Lynch in his seaside town of Lorne, the story of the path to surfing, and how he used it to run from conscription and the Vietnam War.
A woman reconnects with her husband while attempting to divorce him.
El reporte (2006)
A young man's cross-country journey turns into an adventure.
Just for Today (2001)
An escaped convict takes a woman hostage.
The Haunted Boy: The Secret Diary of the Exorcist (2010)
While filming at a haunted asylum in St. Louis, Missouri, documentary filmmakers uncover a secret diary of the infamous 1949 exorcism of a 13-year-old boy that later inspired the book and movie "The Exorcist."
Oru Pazhaya Bomb Kadha (2018)
A physically challenged young man finds himself in a difficult situation.
Searching for Hell (2015)
Filmmakers explore different notions of hell.
Stealing Sunrise 2: Malibu Trail (2017)
Two strangers team up to track down the man responsible for a violent crime spree.
The Fight Rules (2017)
When his mother falls ill, a talented boxer turns to the brutal world of illegal fights in the hope of earning enough money for her treatments.
Bijuli Machine (2016)
Bijuli Machine is a 2016 Nepali film directed by Navin Awal and produced by Rishav Acharya, Santosh Lamichhane, Bindu Timilsina, Sanjeev Neupane, and Navin Awal. Rabin Awal and Nalin Shen Thapa are the executive producers of the film. It features Abhishek Subedi, Jeewan Adhikary, Buddhi Tamang, Reliza Shrestha and Rajesh Hamal in lead roles. The film revolves around two teenage friends who set out to solve Nepal's chronic “load-shedding” problem with the innovation of a unique ‘Bijuli Machine’. Santosh Lamichhane is also the Science Advisor for the film. The film released on Mangsir 17, 2073 B.S. i..e December 2, 2016. The film is now available to stream freely for amazon prime members and to buy or rent for others on the amazon video platform.
Four Hands (2017)
20 years after witnessing their parents murder, sisters Jessica and Sophie discover the murders have been paroled, unleashing a vengeful spirit within Sophie.
Murderous Children (2018)
Four stories of children involved in homicides.
Herbie is a short 16mm black and white movie by George Lucas and Paul Golding made in 1965 as part of their USC film school course. It is an abstract film with no story and no actors, that graphically depicts the reflections of moving light streaks and light flashes from traffic at night. It is set to a piece of jazz music by Herbie Hancock, whose first name was used for the title.
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.
The Kitchen Presents Two Moon July (1986)
Thirty artists contribute to a multidisciplinary experiment.
RR (a.k.a. Railroad) is a 2007 film by American filmmaker James Benning. Shot in 16 mm film, as most of Benning's films are, RR is another in Benning's series of American experimental landscape films; this one focusing on trains and their surrounding environs. In Railroad, Benning explores themes of American consumerism and overconsumption in what Benning calls a "collaboration" with the trains themselves.
The film is an exercise in minimalist restraint. Basically it is a series of static shots of trains. There is an empty frame, the train enters, then it passes and leaves. The obsessive gaze of Benning's fixed static frame causes the viewer to wait and watch, obsessing like train fanatic Benning does, on the imagery of the locomotive and the exploration of the random colors of its cars, the machinery and the various American landscapes the trains are surrounded by.
The Passaic Textile Strike (1926)
The Passaic Textile Strike is a 1926 American silent film directed by Samuel Russak and produced by Alfred Wagenknecht. The film was produced to raise public awareness and financial support for the 1926 Passaic Textile Strike, which involved over 15,000 New Jersey textile mill workers in a work stoppage lasting more than a year. Although in good part a fictional melodrama, The Passaic Textile Strike is regarded as important by film historians both for its documentary footage and for the fact that it is one of the only early American labor films to have been preserved largely intact.
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.
Beau Revel (1921)
Beau Revel is a 1921 American silent drama film directed by John Griffith Wray and written by Luther Reed and Louis Joseph Vance. The film stars Lewis Stone, Florence Vidor, Lloyd Hughes, Kathleen Kirkham, Dick Ryan and Harland Tucker. The film was released on March 20, 1921, by Paramount Pictures.
Chainsaw Sally (2004)
Traumatized by witnessing her parents' murders, a girl grows up to become a serial killer.
Hey! Is Dee Dee Home? (2003)
The life and times of Ramones bassist Dee Dee Ramone.
Sentinels of Silence (1971)
Sentinels of Silence is a 1971 short documentary film on ancient Mexican civilizations. The film was produced by Manuel Arango, and directed and written by the filmmaker Robert Amram, and is notable for being the first and only short film to win two Academy Awards.
Field Notes from Dimension X: Oasis (2009)
A gray-haired captain becomes stranded on a lonely planet.
Jonas and the Backyard Circus (2015)
Jonas is 13 years old, and his great passion is the circus that he created in his backyard.