Legendary Weapons of China (1982)

Legendary Weapons of China is a 1982 martial arts fantasy film directed by Lau Kar-Leung. It takes place during the late Qing Dynasty when Empress Dowager Cixi dispatches her agents to various factions of the Boxer Rebellion in order to find supernatural martial artists that are invulnerable to western bullets. When one of the leaders of these groups disbands his forces, assassins from the remaining factions are sent out to kill him for his apparent treason. As the title of the film suggests, a great variety of fights take place involving the "legendary weapons."

Bilin My Love (2006)

A Palestinian village protests losing their land so Israel can build a wall.

The Hands of a Madman (2000)

New detectives are assigned a bizarre case involving a geneticist who claims that a synthetically engineered human is responsible for a string of murders.

Raffles, the Amateur Cracksman (1917)

Raffles, the Amateur Cracksman is a 1917 American silent film starring John Barrymore and Evelyn Brent. The movie also co-stars Frank Morgan and Mike Donlin, and was directed by George Irving. The film has been released on DVD.

The Red Wolf (1995)

A ship's security officer and a pickpocket have to stop terrorists from stealing uranium from the ship's safe.

Oh... Rosalinda!! (1955)

Oh... Rosalinda!! is a 1955 British musical comedy film by the British director-writer team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. The film stars Michael Redgrave, Mel Ferrer, Anthony Quayle, dancer Ludmilla Tchérina and Anton Walbrook and features Dennis Price. The film is based on the operetta Die Fledermaus (The Bat) by Johann Strauss, but updated to take place in post-war Vienna as occupied by the four Allied powers: the United States, the United Kingdom, France and the USSR The music, played by the Vienna Symphony Orchestra under conductor Alois Melichar, has new lyrics by Dennis Arundell, and professional singers dubbed for some of the actors. The choreography is by Alfred Rodrigues, and the production was designed by Hein Heckroth. Oh... Rosalinda!! is a light-hearted Technicolor romp that makes full use of the new CinemaScope process, and is not just a film of a staged production but a filmic operetta.

Somebody's Daughter (2008)

A visual reality of the devastation that pornography causes.

Lost in the Jungle (1911)

Six national youth students are stranded on their way to their station of service in a remote area.

The Maidens' Conspiracy (2006)

Tirant lo Blanc (a.k.a. The Maidens' Conspiracy) is a 2006 historical adventure film directed by Vicente Aranda. It stars Casper Zafer, Esther Nubiola and Victoria Abril. The script was written by Aranda based on Tirant lo Blanch, a Valencian language chivalry novel dating to 1490, written by Joanot Martorell. It presents a highly fictionalized alternate history narrative of the events leading to the Fall of Constantinople. The film was shot in English, and was filmed in Madrid, Istanbul, Palermo, Granada, Huelva, Barcelona and Valencia.

Siyama (2008)

Siyama or Siyama: Village of Warriors is a 2008 Thai action-fantasy film directed by Preecha Songsakul.

Great White Death (1981)

Great White Death is a 1981 documentary/mondo film about great white sharks narrated by Glenn Ford. The film is notable for its Faces of Death-like footage of actual shark attacks.

China's 3Dreams (2014)

A parable of China in the 21st century.

The Chinese Dragon (1973)

After being released from prison, a man (Barry Chan) encounters local crime gangs that are trying to force his father out of his home.

Iron Moon (2015)

Iron Moon, also known as The Verse of us, is a 2015 Chinese feature documentary film directed by Xiaoyu Qin and Feiyue Wu. The documentary follows working class poets in China.

Behind Bayonets and Barbed Wire (2015)

American POWs held by the Japanese during WWII give their lives to sabotage their captors' plans.

The Country Gentlemen (1929)

Two musical numbers and a comedy routine.

Dick Rich and His Synco-Symphonists (1928)

Big band leader Dick Rich and his orchestra.

Heaven and Hell (2012)

Surveillance tapes are the medium for terror in this anthology of 3 short horror films.

Good Morning, Eve! (1934)

Good Morning, Eve! (1934) is a Vitaphone short comedy film released by Warner Brothers on August 5, 1934 in the three-strip Technicolor process ("Process No. 4"). The release of this film and Service With a Smile (released July 28, 1934) predated the RKO Radio Pictures release La Cucaracha, also produced in three-strip Technicolor, by a few weeks.

South Beach on Heels (2014)

The onstage, backstage and offstage lives of eight drag queens.

Collars and Cuffs (1923)

Collars and Cuffs is a 1923 silent comedy film starring Stan Laurel.

Don't Get Nervous (1929)

A man uncomfortable with film sets and microphones reluctantly performs a few songs.

Gus Arnheim and His Ambassadors (1928)

The Ambassadors perform in a lavish nightclub.

Vengeance (2006)

A guide and his daughter help an officer track an escapee in a mysterious forest.

Apollo Astronauts: Training NASA's Moon Men (2015)

NASA's rigorous training methods allow their astronauts to become the first men on the moon.

Supervenus (2014)

A plastic surgeon creates a new Venus.

Escarface (2013)

Two grannies decide to rob a bank.

Loss Is to Be Expected (1992)

Love blooms in an unlikely way as an Austrian widower observes the daily activities of a Czech woman from a neighboring village.

Off Label (2012)

Filmmakers Donal Mosher and Michael Palmieri take a road trip through America to examine the pervasiveness of pharmaceutical drugs on eight people.

Soldier in Love (1967)

A chronicle of the lives of John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough, and his wife, Sarah, in 17th-century England.

Man-Eater Mountain 'Hitokui Yama ' (2010)

Haido meets Haruko in a village on a deadly mountain.

The Prince and the Pauper (1972)

Based on Mark Twain's story of a prince and a beggar boy who change clothes and identities in medieval England.

One Girl Against the Mafia (1997)

The murders of her father and brother inspire a Sicilian teenager to turn over evidence against the Mafia to a judge.

A Lot Like You (2012)

A woman who works to break the the cycle of violence in the U.S. learns her ancestors were a big part of the problem.

spOILed (2011)

Spoiled (stylized as spOILed) is a 2011 documentary film about energy myths, environmental issues with energy, the problems with alternative energy, and the global warming controversy associated with energy. Spoiled also discusses wind energy, solar energy, fossil fuels, green energy, alternative energy, and sustainable energy as a part of its renewable energy documentary scope.

Resonnances (2006)

Resonnances is a 2006 French science-fiction film written and directed by Philippe Robert. It stars Marjorie Dubesset, Franck Monsigny and Sophie Michard.

The Initiate (1998)

A deputy sheriff (Mack Murrah) investigates the death of a friend (Andrew Hamrick), while caught in a love triangle.

Masks (2011)

In her quest for fame, drama student Stella gets caught in the grip of a mysterious and deadly stage school. Stella longs to be an actress. When she is accepted to a private school in Berlin, her dream seems to come true. But there is something wrong with the “Matteusz Gdula-Institute”. In the seventies, the school´s founder, Matteusz Gdula, practiced a learning style that promised to let students shine by driving them to their mental limits. In the end his method was banned, as mysterious deaths occurred during his lessons and Gdula committed suicide. At night, Stella hears eerie sounds in the corridors of the school. A fellow student disappears. Stella suspects that behind the closed door to the abandoned, forbidden wing of the school lurks a bloody secret. A secret that kills the students... First 3000 copies include: CD - Original Soundtrack, Collectible Blu-ray/DVD Slipcase and Sleeve, 24 Page Booklet.

Misbehaviour (2008)

A student (Cindel Chartrand) learns that she must face the consequences of her actions.

The Rally (2010)

The Rally is a gritty drama which follows several families living in a town riddled with crime and corruption. As the local church works to bring positive change to the town, they are confronted at every turn by those that desire to keep the city in bondage…until today. God has sent a team into the city to bring change. One Event… One Church… One God… The Rally.

In My Mother's Arms (2011)

In My Mother’s Arms is a 2011 Iraqi film. Written and directed by Atia Al Daradji and Mohamed Al-Daradji, it stars Husham Al Thabe, Saif Slaam and Mohamed Wael; and was produced by Isabelle Stead and Atia Al Daradji. The film was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2011.

Emigranti (2002)

In Bulgaria three unemployed friends (Deyan Donkov, Valeri Yordanov, Ivan Radoev) work at occasional odd jobs and have troubled relationships with their families.

The Dead Matter (2010)

A grieving woman (Sean Serino) who's desperate to contact her deceased brother gains possession of an ancient vampire relic that can control the dead.

The Continuing And Lamentable Saga Of The Suicide Brothers (2009)

Human error and a diligent fairy godmother (Keira Knightley) prevent two siblings (Rupert Friend, Tom Mison) from committing suicide each night.

Eskimo Artist: Kenojuak (1964)

Eskimo Artist: Kenojuak is a 1964 Canadian short documentary film about Inuit artist Kenojuak Ashevak, directed by John Feeney. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.

La tranchée (2010)

A pictorial account of an attack on Canadian soldiers during World War I.

Battlespace (2006)

“Battlespace” is a futuristic sci-fi adventure that begins after the destruction of our Universe. With a militaristic race of modified humans in hot pursuit, Colonel Mara Shryyke finds herself stranded on an inhospitable planet, and discovers a weapon of mass destruction set to destroy her home planet in less than 42 hours.

Creezy (1974)

Creezy (French: La Race des seigneurs) is a 1974 French film directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre and starring Alain Delon. It is based on the novel Creezy by Félicien Marceau.It recorded admissions of 801,704 at the French box office.

Ghostwatch (1992)

Ghostwatch is a British reality–horror/mockumentary television film, first broadcast on BBC1 on Halloween night, 1992. Written by Stephen Volk, and directed by Lesley Manning, the drama was produced for the BBC anthology series Screen One by Richard Broke, Ruth Baumgarten and Derek Nelson. Despite having been recorded weeks in advance, the narrative was presented as live television. During and following its first and only UK television broadcast, the show attracted a considerable furore, resulting in an estimated 30,000 calls to the BBC switchboard in a single hour. Ghostwatch has never been repeated on UK television. It has been repeated internationally, on stations such as the Canadian digital channel Scream for Halloween 2004, and the Belgian channel Canvas in 2008. There have been two UK home video releases. In 2002, the British Film Institute released a 10th Anniversary edition on VHS and DVD, and in 2011, 101 Films issued a DVD release. In 2016, BBC Store made the film available as part of the Frightmares collection, marking Halloween. A retrospective documentary, Ghostwatch: Behind the Curtains, based on the film's lasting impact, was released on DVD in 2013 (having been in production between 2007-2012), featuring interviews with many of the original cast and crew. It too was made available as part of the BBC Store Frightmares collection, and shortly after release, the BFI Mediatheque.

The Psycho Lover (1970)

A psychiatrist tries to brainwash a patient into killing his wife.

Butterfinger the 13th (2011)

Camp counselors learn the hard way that dark legends do not die.

Princess (2010)

Princess (Finnish: Prinsessa) is a 2010 Finnish biographical film based on the life of Anna Lappalainen.

Bacon on the Side (2010)

Bacon on the Side (French: Il reste du jambon?) is a French romantic comedy film, released in 2010. Written and directed by Anne Depétrini, the film stars Ramzy Bedia and Anne Marivin as Djalil Boudaoud and Justine Lacroix, a surgeon and a television reporter who enter a romantic relationship despite the objections of their families to the cultural gap. Depétrini, Bedia's real-life wife at the time, wrote the film as a fictionalization of their own relationship. The film's cast also includes Marie-France Pisier, Jean-Luc Bideau, Mohamed Fellag, Géraldine Nakache, Leïla Bekhti, Frédéric Chau, Biyouna, Arnaud Henriet and Franck Gastambide. The film won the Radio-Canada Audience Award at the 2011 Cinéfranco film festival.

Go With Peace Jamil (2008)

Go with Peace Jamil (Danish: Gå med fred, Jamil) is a 2008 Danish action film directed by Omar Shargawi.

Defiant Requiem (2012)

Imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp, composer Rafael Schchter and fellow inmates use the power of music to fight back.

1 Day (2009)

1 Day is a 2009 British crime film about gangs and their communities in inner city Birmingham. The story follows Flash as he attempts to get £100,000 to his boss Angel in less than 24 hours or face certain death. The film is street-cast and features no professional actors.

Food Stamped (2010)

Food Stamped is a 2010 documentary film by Shira Potash and Yoav Potash, about food stamps and a couple who take the food stamp challenge and live on a food stamp budget for one week. The film features U.S. Representative Barbara Lee, one of four members of Congress who took the food stamp challenge. It premiered in October 2010 at the Mill Valley Film Festival. The film won the Jury Prize at the San Francisco Independent Film Festival and is an official selection of Whole Foods Market’s online film festival, Do Something Reel. Food Stamped was also featured on CNN Money.

Zombie 4: After Death (1989)

After Death is an Italian zombie film. The film is set on a remote island where a voodoo curse that raises the dead from their graves to feast on the flesh of the living. When a boat containing a group of explorers which includes a young girl who experienced the zombie uprising years earlier, makes an emergency docking on the island, the crew find that their only hope for survival is a protective idol given to the young girl by her mother years ago.

Satan's Blood (1978)

A couple is tricked into entering a sinister house full of devil worshipers.

Barry McKenzie Holds His Own (1974)

Barry McKenzie Holds His Own is the 1974 sequel to the 1972 Australian comedy film The Adventures of Barry McKenzie. Returning from the original film is Barry Crocker in the title role, as well as Barry Humphries in the role of Barry's aunt, Dame Edna. Also returning in the director's chair is Bruce Beresford. The then Prime Minister of Australia, Gough Whitlam, along with his wife Margaret Whitlam, made cameo appearances as themselves. Barry Humphries contends that Barry McKenzie was an inspiration for the later film Crocodile Dundee.

The Birth of the Robot (1936)

A shower of oil revives thirsty cars and creatures.

The Robot (1932)

Bimbo transforms his car into a robot to win a boxing match.

Vennira Aadai (1965)

A wealthy businessman wants his daughter to marry the psychiatrist who treated her.

Northeast (2011)

Will, an aimless playboy living in Brooklyn, has spent his 20s going from one casual affair to the next. As Will notices his friends have found contentment by settling down he decides to find someone to start the next phase of his life with.

My Really Cool Legs! (2011)

Pediatric amputees refuse to let their disability define who they are and what they will become.

Dave (2012)

A coach uses basketball to help a mentally impaired teen, which helps him reconcile with his estranged father.

Nay-dalgata nosht (1967)

Two attorneys meet on a train to discuss the trial of five terrorists who were executed in 1975.

Skokie (1981)

Skokie is a 1981 television film directed by Herbert Wise, based on the real life NSPA Controversy of Skokie, Illinois, which involved the National Socialist Party of America. This controversy would be fought in court and reach the level of the United States Supreme Court in National Socialist Party of America v. Village of Skokie.

A Measure of Faith (2012)

Professional basketball player Paul Porter was at the top of his game when an injury forces him into retirement. Soon after accepting a leadership role at a university he experiences a life changing tragedy and loses the one thing that was close to him. Distraught over the tragedy, he is arrested and sentenced to community service at a youth facility. There he meets Russell Martin, the son of a single mother, who is torn between the dark influence of his older brother and the love for his mother. Paul sees a young version of himself in Russell and begins to mentor him. The intersection of their two lives creates a chain of events that will challenge their beliefs about fate, choice, and redemption.

Chronos (1985)

Chronos is a 1985 abstract film directed by Ron Fricke, created with custom-built time-lapse cameras. Originally released in IMAX theaters, it is now available on DVD, Blu-ray and HD DVD.

Grayeagle (1977)

Grayeagle is a 1977 Western adventure film directed Charles B. Pierce, written by Brad White, Charles B. Pierce and Michael O. Sajbel, starring Ben Johnson, Iron Eyes Cody, and Lana Wood. The music was composed by Jaime Mendoza-Nava. The theme is about kidnapping and interracial/cross-cultural romance.

The Weapons of Death (1981)

San Francisco thugs mess with the wrong martial-arts expert (Eric Lee).

One Nation Under God (2009)

One Nation Under God is a 2009 American documentary film. It is directed by Will Bakke, produced by Michael B Allen, and stars Michael B Allen, Lawson Hopkins, Austin Meek, and Will Bakke. This is Will Bakke's first film. Original Production began in March 2008 in Dallas, Texas and completed in March 2009. The film has had limited screening around the US since it premiered on April 11, 2009, and was released on DVD August 31, 2009.

Dam999 (2011)

Dam 999 is a 2011 3-D science fiction disaster film. It is an English language UAE–Indian co-production film produced by BizTV Network, UAE and directed by Sohan Roy. The film is based on the award winning short documentary DAMs - The Lethal Water Bombs. and the Banqiao dam disaster of 1975 that claimed the lives of 250,000 people in China and anticipated calamity for outdated dams in the world. The film falls in the category of an emotional thriller. The ancient Indian concept of Navarasas, or the nine human emotions, are represented by an assortment of actors from India and Hollywood. The movie also portrays the concepts of kamasutra as well as lost love against the backdrop of the story of a dilapidated colonial dam. Apart from being a controversial movie in India with respect to its theme, the Screenplay of the movie was added to the permanent core collection in Library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences before its release in 2011.

Look for a Star (2009)

Look for a Star is a 2009 Hong Kong romantic comedy film that was produced and directed by Andrew Lau. Inspired by the relationship between Stanley Ho and his fourth wife, Angela Leong, the film stars Andy Lau as a billionaire, who falls in love with a feisty casino dealer played by Shu Qi. Look for a Star was shot at the MGM Grand in Macau, and was released in Hong Kong on 26 January 2009.

Mondo Mod (1967)

California's famous Sunset Strip as seen in 1966.

Scorchy (1976)

Scorchy is a 1976 American crime film written and directed by Howard Avedis, and starring Connie Stevens, Cesare Danova, William Smith, Norman Burton, John Davis Chandler and Joyce Jameson. It was released on October 8, 1976 by American International Pictures.

Miss South Pacific: Beauty And The Sea (2011)

Contestants use the 2009-2010 pageant to bring attention to climate change.

Bade Miyan Chote Miyan (1998)

Bade Miyan Chote Miyan is a 1998 Indian Hindi action comedy film starring Amitabh Bachchan and Govinda in double roles along with Ramya Krishnan, Raveena Tandon, Anupam Kher and Madhuri Dixit in a special appearance. Directed by David Dhawan, the mahurat shot of the film was done on 22 December 1996 by Shweta Bachchan. It was released on 16 October 1998 along with Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.

¡Una carrerita, Doctor! (2011)

An ER physician drives a cab on his days off to make ends meet.

Desmond & the Swamp Barbarian Trap (2006)

Desmond & the Swamp Barbarian Trap (Swedish: Desmond & träskpatraskfällan) is a Swedish stop motion-animated feature film that premiered on 19 November 2006.

Concert (2011)

Richard Rappaport tries to find out why artists create their works.

Troubled Waters (1936)

Troubled Waters is a 1936 British mystery film directed by Albert Parker and starring James Mason, Virginia Cherrill, Alastair Sim, Raymond Lovell and Sam Wilkinson. A government agent (James Mason) exposes smugglers in a British town with a dwindling spring mineral water business.

The Dancing Years (1950)

The Dancing Years is a 1950 musical British film based on the musical by Ivor Novello.

Unbeaten (2009)

Paraplegics compete in a 267-mile race over the course of six days.

Listen, Let's Make Love (1968)

Scusi, facciamo l'amore? (internationally released as Listen, Let's Make Love) is a 1969 Italian commedia all'italiana written and directed by Vittorio Caprioli.

Maggie's Passage (2009)

A man (Mike Norris) and a woman help a teenager (Ali Faulkner) after she runs away from her adoptive mother (Janine Turner).

Peepers (2010)

Peepers is a 2010 film directed by Seth W. Owen and co-written with Daniel Perlmutter and Mark Slutsky.

My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts (1999)

My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts is a 1999 animated short by Torill Kove. Co-produced by Marcy Page of the National Film Board of Canada and Lars Tømmerbakke of Studio Magica in Norway, the film humorously recounts a tall tale about the filmmaker's grandmother in Oslo, Norway, during World War II, who actually ironed the shirts for Norway's King Haakon VII for many years.

Seeing Red (1939)

Afterbeing fired, a man (Red Skelton) puts a hex on his boss.

Loads (1980)

Filmmaker Curt McDowell discusses his adventures with straight men and the hospitality he extends to them.

One Minute to Nine (2007)

One Minute to Nine is a 2007 documentary film written and directed by Tommy Davis and produced by Quinto Malo Films. It was later re-edited and screened on HBO as Every F---ing Day of My Life. The film chronicles the last five days of freedom for Wendy Maldonado before she and her son are sentenced for the manslaughter death of her husband and explores the years of domestic abuse the family experienced prior to his death.

Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo (2010)

Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo is a 2009 documentary directed by American filmmaker Jessica Oreck. The documentary shows how insects are entwined with Japan from past to present. A Japanese narrator reads poetry, reads legends, and give information about the insects. The film has shots of insects interspersed with shots of daily life in Japan. It has to do with how the Japanese treat insects of all types.

Tonight You're Mine (2011)

You Instead (alternate U.S. title Tonight You're Mine) is a 2011 British "Rock 'n' roll romantic comedy" written by Thomas Leveritt and directed by David Mackenzie. The film stars Luke Treadaway, Natalia Tena, Gavin Mitchell and Alastair Mackenzie. Set at T in the Park music festival and shot by Sigma Films, two feuding rock stars are handcuffed together at a festival where they are due to perform.

State of the Nation: Austria in Six Chapters (2002)

Austrian filmmakers Barbara Albert, Michael Glawogger, Ulrich Seidl and Michael Sturminger scrutinize their country.

Las Acacias (2011)

Las Acacias is a 2011 Argentine drama film directed by Pablo Giorgelli. The film won the Caméra d'Or at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.

Semi-Auto Colours (2010)

Kids learn to count to one.

Opstandelsen (2010)

Simon's siblings take shelter in a church's catacombs when the undead rise from the graves.

Mary Pickford: The Muse of the Movies (2012)

Archival film footage and interviews illustrate the life and work of the Hollywood legend, from her early days to her reign as one of the brightest stars of the silent-film era.

Cairo (1942)

Cairo is a 1942 musical comedy film made by MGM and Loew's, and directed by W. S. Van Dyke. The screenplay was written by John McClain, based on an idea by Ladislas Fodor about a news reporter shipwrecked in a torpedo attack, who teams up with a Hollywood singer and her maid to foil Nazi spies. The music score is by Herbert Stothart. This film was Jeanette MacDonald's last film on her MGM contract. The film was poorly received upon its initial release.