Lucha: Playing the Impossible (2016)

A woman becomes a field hockey legend.

Le filmeur (2005)

Le filmeur is a 2005 French drama film directed by Alain Cavalier. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival.

Los Flamencos (2013)

Three brothers plan one final heist before they grow too old to operate.

Je Suis Un No Man's Land (2011)

A singer returns to his parents' farm after a terrifying encounter with a groupie.

Woman with a Turban (2009)

Perempuan Berkalung Sorban, released internationally as Woman With A Turban, is a 2009 Indonesian drama religion movies, The film was written by Ginatri S. Noer and Hanung Bramantyo & directed by Hanung Bramantyo, and stars Revalina S. Temat, Reza Rahadian, Oka Antara, and Widyawati. This film was released on January 15, 2009, and produced by Starvision Plus. Based on the novel by Abidah El Khalieqy, telling about Anissa, a Muslim woman, always understanding of a situation in her life, men always being positioned higher than women in any aspects of life. Anissa wanted man & woman is balance in gender. Anissa thinks in Muslim, the man is greatest than the woman. And the ending, Anissa know one thing that her wrongs and had a special 'chair' in Muslims.

Zot van A. (2010)

A saint helps couples find their love again.

Pigeon: Impossible (2009)

A rookie CIA agent tangles with a troublesome pigeon.

Pinot Simple Flic (1984)

Pinot simple flic is a French crime-comedy film directed by Gérard Jugnot and released in 1984.

For 200 Grand, You Get Nothing Now (1982)

Pour cent briques, t'as plus rien... is a French comedy film directed by Édouard Molinaro. It was released in 1982.

The Great Alibi (2008)

The Great Alibi (French: Le Grand Alibi) is a 2008 French mystery film directed by Pascal Bonitzer. The screenplay is based on the Hercule Poirot crime novel The Hollow, written by Agatha Christie, although Poirot doesn't appear in this film version.

The Final Goodbye (2018)

An aging private eye falls into a web of kidnappings, murder and Nazi treasure.

Bubble Bubble Meows and the Things That Happen in Movies Like This (2016)

A cat saves his town from a sinister bottle of ketchup.

Hindsight (1996)

A playboy's actions catch up with him when a one-night fling with his manager results in a physical attack. After falling in love with a nurse who aids his recovery, people from his past threaten the new relationship.

Dracula's Angel (2014)

A woman falls in love with Dracula.

The Big Wash (1948)

A disgruntled teacher conspires with an anarchist to block TV airwaves.

Beacon77 (2009)

Computer hackers trying to break into the Vatican's mainframe unlock a deadly supernatural force.

Manchali (1973)

Manchali is a 1973 Hindi romantic drama movie produced and directed by Raja Nawathe, starring Sanjeev Kumar, Leena Chandavarkar, Nazima and Nirupa Roy. The title track was very catchy and popular. It was one of the best known films with Sanjeev Kumar in a comedy role. The music directors were Laxmikant-Pyarelal. This movie story was based on the novel Swayamber by Satyendra Sharat. There are shades of Taming of the Shrew in how the hero woos the girl. This theme is repeated in the 1981 Hindi film Naukar Biwi Ka. The movie was commercial success at the box office in 1973. The film was remade in Telugu as Mogudu Kaavali.

The Debut (1977)

A 15-year-old student snaps after years of being picked on at home and at school.

Die, My Dear (2017)

After failing to resolve the conflicts within their failing marriage, a man and his wife each decide to poison the other.

This Book Is Cursed (2017)

The lone survivor of a massacre returns to the place where his friends were murdered.

The Littlest Diplomat (1937)

Young Sybil plays diplomat while visiting her grandfather, a British colonel stationed at a garrison in India.

Crime d'État (2013)

Investigators probe the death of French politician Robert Boulin in October 1979.

La supertestimone (1971)

La supertestimone is a 1971 Italian black comedy film directed by Franco Giraldi. For this film Monica Vitti was awarded with a Globo d'oro for Best Actress.

La scuola (1995)

La scuola (also known as School) is a 1995 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Daniele Luchetti. It is loosely based on two books by Domenico Starnone, Ex Cattedra and Sottobanco. The film was awarded with the David di Donatello for Best Film.

Starfighters (1992)

Controversy swirls around the German air force's cover-up of fatal crashes involving its newest jet.

Yours Sincerely (1933)

A resort owner schemes to marry his daughter to a millionaire.

Merry Mirthquakes (1953)

Pianist Liberace performs several classical pieces.

Dragon and the Green Hornet (1994)

The Green Hornet is a 1994 Hong Kong action film directed by Lam Ching Ying and starring Chin Ka-lok. Based on the American Green Hornet series the film focuses on the character of Kato.

Welcome to Forever (2014)

A government technician has trouble terminating a digitized person.

Malice: Emergence (2018)

In the summer before she heads off to college, Alice is captured, drugged, and interrogated, inducing wild flights of fantasy that take her down a rabbit hole where she grapples with her destiny.

Spray Paint Beijing (2012)

Graffiti painting is a rapidly expanding art form in Beijing.

Lo que sé de Lola (2006)

A new neighbor makes life more interesting for a lonely man focused on caring for his mother.

Il grande colpo di Surcouf (1966)

A privateer undertakes a mission for Napoleon Bonaparte.

Il marchio di Kriminal (1968)

Il marchio di Kriminal is a 1967 film. It is the follow-up to Kriminal (1966).

Go Brother! (2018)

Shi Miao makes a birthday wish that her brother would disappear.

Young Romance (1915)

Young Romance is a 1915 American silent romance film directed and produced by George Melford. The film is based on the play of the same name by William C. deMille who also wrote the screenplay. Edith Taliaferro, who made only three films in her career, stars in this film which is the only one of her films that still exists.

Anna May Wong, Frosted Yellow Willows: Her Life, Times and Legend (2007)

Anna May Wong becomes the first Asian actress to sign a contract with a major film studio.

Her Bridal Night-Mare (1920)

Her Bridal Nightmare is a 1920 American silent comedy film from the Christie Film Company. It was one of Colleen Moore's first comedy films. The film still exists and has been released on DVD.

With Love from Truman (1966)

A reporter interviews Truman Capote in a beachfront home.

A Time of Roses (1969)

Time of Roses is a 1969 Finnish science fiction film directed by Risto Jarva, about an innocent girl glamour model legend and a journalist trying to find out her true essence for a biography. The story is set in the year 2012. The script was written by Peter von Bagh, Jarva, and Jaakko Pakkasvirta. The girl was played by Ritva Vepsä and the muckraking journalist taking a foray into idealism by Arto Tuominen. The film premiered 2 July 1969.

Road to Mars (2017)

Camino a Marte is a 2017 Mexican film directed by Humberto Hinojosa. The film starred by Luis Gerardo Méndez, Camila Sodi and Tessa Ia. The film premiered on December 1, 2017 in Mexico.

Hey! Is Dee Dee Home? (2003)

The life and times of Ramones bassist Dee Dee Ramone.

Seven Women, Seven Sins (1986)

Women misbehave in seven vignettes of sin.

Choo-Choo! (1932)

Choo-Choo! is a 1932 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 114th Our Gang short that was released. It is a remake of the 1923 Our Gang film A Pleasant Journey.

Jonas and the Backyard Circus (2015)

Jonas is 13 years old, and his great passion is the circus that he created in his backyard.

Chung Cu Ma (2014)

In the wake of her husband's betrayal, a novelist moves to an old building, where she receives a music box and encounters a strange spirit.

The Man Who Loves to Hurt Himself (2017)

Today Is the Day frontman Steve Austin discusses his unforgiving artistic vision.

High/Low (2011)

In Hong Kong and Macau, four gamblers journey into a world of winners and losers created by a culture of speculation, addiction and debt.

Dv (2013)

A serial killer records his life and examines it to stay one step ahead of the authorities.

Under the Hat (2016)

When a mosque prayer caller loses his voice, he asks a heavy metal singer to replace him.

Elected (2015)

A bumbling megalomaniac runs for president.

Sunshine Girl and the Hunt for Black Eyed Kids (2012)

A paranormal investigator and her friends search for evidence of an urban legend.

Red River Moon (2013)

Two sisters become lost in the Appalachian wilderness.

Shultes (2008)

A once-promising athlete whose career was cut short due to a tragic injury turns to a life of crime.

Jerusalén (2013)

Tempted by the promise of heroism, James Jenkins volunteers to fight for Britain in the trenches of World War I, prompting his older brother William to do the same in the hope of keeping James safe.

Prologue to the Great Desaparecido (2013)

A woman searches the mountains for her husband's body after he's executed by revolutionaries.

Empty Quarter: A Woman in Africa (1985)

A man invites a troubled woman to share his hostel room, eventually falling in love with her.

Femmes Fatales (1976)

Calmos is a 1976 French film directed by Bertrand Blier.

Jimi Asmara (1995)

A popular rock singer falls in love with a nightclub entertainer.

Ne le criez pas sur les toits (1943)

A scientists discovers a revolutionary new fuel but dies before he can reveal the formula.

Sembunyi: Amukan Azazil (2013)

Sembunyi: Amukan Azazil is a 2013 Malaysian horror film directed by Kabir Bhatia.

Red Cloud: Deliverance (2013)

Red Cloud: Deliverance is a 2013 film, about a Native American gun for hire, Jake Red Cloud, played by Alex Kruz, who is befriended by a young emotionally damaged girl Ann (Breanna Lakatos). The film champions the importance of children and their emotional life which the main character uses Native American spirituality to heal. Based on the comic book character Jake Red Cloud, Quechua from Red Cloud Comics in 2014, Red Cloud: Deliverance was awarded the Spirit of Comic Con by Wizard Entertainment to show at Comic Con Conventions during 2014 to 2015. The film and Alex Kruz won several notable awards at Mexico International Film Festival, Action On Film International Film Festival, Accolade Competition, Bare Bones International Film Festival, DC Independent Film Festival, Amiens International Film Festival, and nominated for best performance by the Maverick Movie Awards. The film was named "One of the Top 10 Comic Book Movies of All Time" by Cinema Crazed.

Shaolin Long Arm (1974)

Masters of kung fu settle an ancient feud.

Green on Green (2018)

A graduate student invites herself onto an ecology research trip.

Bamboo Brotherhood (1974)

A fighter falls in love with his sworn enemy's daughter.

Madhumasam (2007)

Madhumasam is a Telugu romantic drama produced by D. Ramanaidu and directed by Chandra Siddhartha. The film has Sumanth, Sneha, and Parvati Melton in the lead roles. This film released on 9 February 2007 and was a hit at the box office having a run of over a hundred days in a few centres.

Happiness Is in the Field (1995)

Happiness Is in the Field (French: Le bonheur est dans le pré) is a French comedy directed by Étienne Chatiliez in 1995.

Blind Loves (2008)

Blind Loves (Slovak: Slepe lásky) is a 2008 Slovak film directed by Juraj Lehotský. It was Slovakia's official submission for the 2009 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

War of the Buttons (1962)

La Guerre des boutons or War of the Buttons is a 1962 French film directed by Yves Robert. War of the Buttons is about two rival kid gangs whose playful combats escalate into violence. The title derives from the buttons that are cut off from the rival team's clothes as combat trophies. The film is based on La Guerre des boutons, a novel by Louis Pergaud (1882–1915), who was killed in action in World War I and whose works portray a fervent anti-militarism. The young and largely untrained actors included André Treton ("Lebrac"), Michel Isella ("l'Aztec") and Martin Lartigue ("Petit Gibus"). The character Petit Gibus's line of dialogue - uttered in frustration - "si j'aurais su, j'aurais pas v'nu" ("if I woulda known, I wouldn'ta come"), with its incorrect grammar (the correct form should be: "si j'avais su, je ne serais pas venu") has become a familiar tagline in France (the line was not in the original novel). The film won France's Prix Jean Vigo. The film was remade in Ireland in 1994 as War of the Buttons, in an Irish setting, and again in France in 2011, with the original title.

249. La noche en que una becaria encontró a Emiliano Revilla (2016)

The final, tense hours in the kidnapping of businessman Emiliano Revilla, which lasted 249 days.

Cursa (1975)

A struggling young man tries to survive.

Dracula in Love (2018)

Leila, a lonely young soul spends the night partying with her friends Nancy, David and Nash in a warehouse. As the boys drink up and smoke pot all social barriers between the sexes crumble. Leila, hit on by both men, hides away from them. Alone she senses there is someone else who wants her and certainly he is not of this world. A 200 year old Dracula escapes from a crate and reveals himself to Leila and tells her that she is his lost love. For him to live again and be with her − she must bring him the blood of her friends to drink and make love to him. Hypnotized by his sexual powers, Leila does as she is told. Leila and a handsome young Dracula get away, and live happily ever after.

CERN & The Sense of Beauty (2017)

An exploration of the links between science and beauty through the work of scientists at CERN.

Drive In (2000)

A man is confined to a room across from a drive-in theater that only shows horror movies. When he finally escapes, he goes on a killing spree.

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.

Ravage (1997)

A criminal psychologist seeks bloody revenge for the slaughter of his family.

The Haunting of Marsten Manor (2007)

A blind woman who is struggling with her faith unexpectedly inherits an old manor house from her estranged aunt.

My Babushka: Searching Ukranian Identities (2001)

Filmmaker Barbara Hammer goes to her ancestral village in Ukraine in search of her roots.

The City Without Jews (1924)

Die Stadt ohne Juden (The City Without Jews) is a 1924 Austrian Expressionist film by H. K. Breslauer, based on the book of the same title by Hugo Bettauer. The film is one of the few surviving Expressionist films from Austria and has therefore been well researched. The film was first shown on 25 July 1924 in Vienna. In his novel, published in 1922, Hugo Bettauer succeeded in creating a relatively accurate allegorical vision of the near future, although the book was intended as entertainment and as a satirical response to the primitive antisemitism of the 1920s. It immediately became Bettauer's most popular work: it was translated into several languages, and sold over a quarter of a million copies. Shortly after the premiere of the film Hugo Bettauer was murdered by Otto Rothstock, a former member of the Nazi Party, who was lionized by the antisemitic Austrian masses and was released from jail shortly after his conviction for murder.

Hortensia (2015)

A woman's life gets worse when she fails to listen to her true self.

The Blessed (2017)

People live through the civil war in Algiers.

Romance of Their Own (2004)

Temptation of Wolves (Hangul: 늑대의 유혹; RR: Neukdaeui yuhok; also known as Romance of Their Own or True Romance) is a 2004 South Korean film directed by Kim Tae-kyun, and based on a novel of the same name by Internet author Guiyeoni. Starring Jo Han-sun, Kang Dong-won and Lee Chung-ah, the film is about an average high school girl who moves from the countryside to Seoul after her father's death only to become involved in a love triangle with the two most handsome and popular guys in town. 2,189,453 admissions made it the 9th highest grossing Korean film of 2004.

Beverly Hills Ghost (2018)

A Beverly Hills heiress had it all until somebody murdered her. Now the only person who can see her is a nerd from New Jersey who has moved into her house. Together, they attempt to bring the murderer to justice.

Hookers in a Haunted House (1999)

Three ladies of the evening encounter the ghost of a grocery store bag boy.

K.Y.E.: Kill Your Enemy (2007)

Three people are given rules to follow as they attempt to murder their enemies.

Ghost House: A Haunting (2018)

Visitors quickly realize their haunted house experience is more real than expected.

The Curse of Lizzie Borden 2: Prom Night (2008)

An axe-wielding woman wreaks havoc on prom night.

Everything In the Song Is True (2018)

Four iconic cowboys use their music and art to sustain America's folk culture.

Mariage chez les Bodin's (2008)

Journalists film the everyday life of a 50-year-old man who lives with his mother.

Tenebrae (1982)

American mystery author Peter Neal (Anthony Franciosa) comes to Italy to promote his newest novel, TENEBRAE. Unfortunately, a razor-wielding serial killer is on the loose, taunting Neal and murdering those around him in gruesome fashion just like the character in his novel. As the mystery surrounding the killings spirals out of control, Neal investigates the crimes on his own, leading to a mind-bending, genre-twisting conclusion that will leave you breathless! Featuring an amazing synth-music score from Claudio Simonetti, Fabio Pignatelli and Massimo Morante (formerly of Italian progressive-rock band, Goblin), this all-new TENEBRAE release was created from the original uncut camera negative. Also stars John Saxon (A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET), Daria Nicolodi (Dario Argento’s PHENOMENA) and John Steiner (CALIGULA).

Montanha (2015)

A 14-year-old becomes the man of the house while his grandfather is in the hospital.

Distorted (2015)

A deranged hotel manager with a distorted view of reality targets one of his guests.

Pretty Outrageous (2017)

Three talented teens enter a local music competition. Thwarted at every turn by bad luck, bad timing, bad neighbors and bad boyfriends, they remain determined to win.

Lechmi (2017)

Lechmi is a Malayalam-language Indian comedy horror film directed by B.N Shajeer Sha, and story by Sajeer Ahammed and B.N.Shajeer Sha under the banner of Shamsher Creations. The film stars, Parvathy Ratheesh, Maanav, Sajeer Ahammed, B.N. Shabeer, Deepu Parassala, Biju Sopanam, Sethu Lekshmi, Moly Angamaly, Master Jiyaaz and Master Faraaz. Parvathy Ratheesh plays a salient, yet enigmatic role in the movie.

Stefano Formaggio (2014)

A beautiful flower girl falls in love with the best cheesemaker in her village.

Le colis (2010)

A debt-ridden man agrees to kidnap an arrogant businessman on behalf of an unscrupulous creditor.

Le Complot (1973)

French paramilitary dissidents prepare to spring Gen. Challe from jail in Tulle.

Le grand'tour (2011)

A wandering orchestra prone to debauchery must change its tune when its leader decides to go sober.

The Rapture (2007)

Two superhumans clash in a violent game of cat and mouse.

Meanwhile (1999)

Neighbors in Buenos Aires see how their lives intersect while seeking love and meaning in their lives.