Running Man (2015)

The Closer (1990)

Maids for Sale (2019)

Darpanam (2019)

Infernum (2019)

There is a real-world phenomenon where strange, mysterious sounds ring across towns or regions heralding the arrival of something otherworldly. These haunting sounds happen across the globe and when heard, people disappear or die. Camille Williams has been hunting this phenomenon since the disappearance of her parents, now she has tracked the sound down, when all hell breaks loose…

My Best Friend's Famous (2019)

The Bet (2020)

Crack (2021)

Chambord (2019)

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas (2019)

Ropes (2020)

Domestic Warfare (2019)

When a generational curse catches up to Sisley, she must try to overcome all the obstacles throughout her life and learn to forgive or suffer mentally for all eternity.

Transference: A Bipolar Love Story (2020)

I Am Not for Sale: The Fight to End Human Trafficking (2019)

Moving Parts (2017)

Derelicts (2017)

A strained suburban family's Thanksgiving is disrupted by a gang of vicious vagrants.

The Past (2018)

The Past is a 2018 Indian horror thriller film directed by Gagan Puri, produced by Jaspal Singh and Nitesh Kumar under Peacock Motion Filmz banner, written by Sandip V Rale and starring Vedita Pratap Singh, Samiksha Bhatt, Yuvraaj Parashar, and Rajesh Sharma in lead roles. It was released on 11 May 2018.

Homeward (2020)

Yedu Chepala Katha (2019)

Art of Falling in Love (2019)

Aickarakkonathe Bhishaguaranmaar (2018)

Der Hafenpastor (2012)

Grindsploitation 3: Video Nasty (2017)

Rasputin (2015)

Rasputin is a coming of age romantic comedy, Malayalam film directed by Jinu G. Daniel, released on 7 August 2015. The film stars Vinay Forrt as the central character, with Sreenath Bhasi, Aju Varghese, director Joy Mathew, Vandana Menon and Archana Gupta. Rasputin is being produced by E.P. Varghese under the banner of Blue Moon Pictures, Executive Producer Shaju Maniyadath. Cinematography is handled by Hari Nair from Mumbai.

SP: Crônicas de uma cidade real (2018)

Nous, le peuple (2019)

Isa Pa with Feelings (2019)

In a world where everyone struggles to be heard, two unlikely strangers, both looking for their place in life, find solace in each other. Mara (Maine Mendoza), a disheartened intern who failed the board exams to become a licensed architect meets Gali (Carlo Aquino), a deaf sign language teacher who wants to prove that he can dance the same way hearing people can. Despite their differences, Mara and Gali develop a connection, and an unspoken understanding for each other. But as they get closer, and with complicated feelings getting in the way, they discover that their brokenness, that once connected them, now starts to pull them apart.

Spirits in the Forest (2019)

Depeche Mode: SPIRITS in the forest goes beyond the typical concert film and weaves together six emotional stories of Depeche Mode fans, speaking to the band’s timeless ability to unite people across language, gender, age, and circumstance.

Pink Tiffany (2017)

LOVEhunt (2019)

The Daughter (2012)

Pilgrim's Progress (1978)

Anna (2013)

Faustrecht (2005)

Captive (2013)

Deseo (2010)

Asfalto (2000)

Asfalto is a 2000 Spanish-French drama film directed by Daniel Calparsoro.

Jam (2006)

Iuda (2014)

Retour en force (1980)

Road Rage (2000)

Reset (2015)

Dog Years (2012)

Avenged (2013)

Avenged is a 2013 South African action film written and directed by Donovan Marsh. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.

Alt Love Building (2014)

Apparition (2015)

La afinadora de árboles (2019)

Sister (2012)

The Midwife (2015)

Wildeye (Finnish: Kätilö) is a Finnish romantic war drama film directed by Antti Jokinen. It is an adaptation of Finnish author Katja Kettu's bestselling 2011 novel Kätilö set before and during Lapland War. The film stars Krista Kosonen and Lauri Tilkanen with Pirkka-Pekka Petelius, Leea Klemola, Seppo Pääkkönen, Elina Knihtilä, Tommi Korpela, and Johannes Brotherus in supporting roles. The film tells the story about a love affair between a Lapp midwife and a Nazi SS officer set against the backdrop of the Lapland War, which opposed Finnish and German armies in 1944–45. The film won the Best Film and the Best Actress awards at the 2015 Waterloo International Historical Film Festival and the Best Actress award at the 2015 Shanghai International Film Festival.

Express Kidnapping (2018)

King of the Bandits (2000)

Last Love (2014)

Lizzie (2004)

Life (2010)

Celluloid (2014)

The Velveteen Rabbit (1985)

The Outrage (2011)

The Outage or U mong pa meung is a 2011 Thai Drama movie starring Mario Maurer, Ananda Everingham, Pongpat Wachirabunjong, Dome Heathakun and Petchtai Wongkamlao. This movie was released in Thailand on September 11, 2011. This movie was directed by M.L. Pundhevanop Devakula.the movie internationally release in europe and asia like Russia, Lithuania, Germany, Ukraine, Poland, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Georgia, Vietnam and Shan State.

L'étoile du jour (2012)

War Games (2010)

War Games: At the End of the Day is a 2011 independent thriller film directed by Cosimo Alemà, who co-wrote it with Daniele Persica and Romana Meggiolaro. Luca Legnani is credited as executive producer. The film is distributed by Universal Pictures. It stars Stephanie Chapman Baker, Neil Linpow, Michael Lutz, Sam Cohan, Valene Kane, Andrew Harwood Mills, Tom Stanley, Monika Mirga, Daniel Vivian and Michael Schermi.

Arriya (2011)

Cherry. (2011)

White Wedding (2017)

Simon's Got a Gift (2020)

Forget Me Not (2016)

Capsule (2014)

The Guilty (1957)

I colpevoli is a 1957 Italian-French drama film directed by Turi Vasile. It is based on the comedy play Sulle strade di notte by Renato Lelli.

Fröken Sverige (2004)

Miss Sweden, originally titled Fröken Sverige, is a 2004 Swedish film directed by Tova Magnusson-Norling. The film tells the story of Moa (Alexandra Dahlström), who lives by herself in a cottage in the forest, and has a dead-end job in a toilet paper factory. She is trying to find herself; she has a dead-end job, yet has a talent for computer layouts and photography; she is an activist on causes such as veganism and anti-capitalism, accompanying her friends on demonstrations, but it seems that she may be doing this just to fit in. When at home, by herself, she listens to commercial pop music and uses make-up. As the story progresses, it transpires that she lacks self-esteem, and is used and abused by what she takes to be her friends. Boys are happy to have sex with her, but dump her soon afterwards. She begins to gain self-confidence as she comes into contact with Jens (Leo Hallerstam), a troubled teenager whom the local authorities have entrusted to Moa's parents, perennial foster parents and do-gooders, to look after.

Sinbad (2011)

Fly Away (2012)

Kopf in der Schlinge (1960)

Bellini and the Sphynx (2001)

Bellini and the Sphynx is 2001 Brazilian crime film directed by Roberto Santucci. Based on Tony Bellotto's homonymous novel, it stars Fabio Assunção as Remo Bellini, a São Paulo-based detective who investigates mysterious murders. It premiered at the 2001 Festival do Rio, where it won the award of Best Film.

Beauty and the Beast (1996)

Magpie (2012)

What If... (2012)

What If... is a 2012 Greek drama film directed by Christoforos Papakaliatis. The film won the Best Sound award in Hellenic Film Academy Awards.

Gun (2012)

The Jungle Book (1990)

Love (2008)

Love is a 2008 Indonesian romance film directed by Kabir Bhatia as a remake of the 2006 film Cinta. The film marked the last appearance of actor Sophan Sophiaan before his death in 2008. Sophiaan appeared opposite his real-life wife, Widyawati.

Radha (2014)

The Bubble Skin Man (2012)

Café Funiculi Funicula (2018)

The Best Is Yet to Come (2019)

Der mit dem Schlag (2016)

The Devil Told Me What to Do (2019)

Heiraten ist nichts für Feiglinge (2015)

Todesfrist - Nemez und Sneijder ermitteln (2019)

Altitudes (2017)

Shooting Heroin (2020)

The heroin/opioid epidemic is a crisis destroying small town America and our youth. One small town has had enough, and they will do whatever it takes to eliminate heroin from its community by whatever means necessary.

B Is for Book (2016)

How to Train Your Dragon: Snoggletog Log (2019)

Bad Romance (2011)

Bad Romance is a mainland China 2011 independent drama film. Its English-language title was based on the song "Bad Romance", by singer/songwriter Lady Gaga. It was written and directed by first-time filmmaker François Chang, who has taken the essence of the song to create a story focussing on seven lonely individuals whose lives could be transformed after experiencing love at first sight.

Les trois mousquetaires (1974)

The Three Musketeers, also known as The Glorious Musketeers in the UK, is a 1974 French-Italian-British animated adventure film, directed by animator John Halas. It is based on Alexandre Dumas's classic French novel, The Three Musketeers, first published in 1844.

Sum seung si sing (2007)

It's a Wonderful Life is a 2007 Hong Kong comedy film written, directed by and starring Ronald Cheng, who makes his directorial debut. The film co-stars Tony Leung, Vincent Kok, Alex Fong, Teresa Mo and Louisa So.

Naughty Boys (1986)

I Was a Soldier (1971)

Love Exposure (2007)

37 (2013)

Tightrope (2013)

Don't Let Go (2013)

Don't Let Go is a true documentary about windsurfing. Filmed in ten different countries over the past two years, we captured all aspects of being a pro windsurfer.

Manon Lescaut (1926)

Manon Lescaut is a 1926 silent German feature film based on the oft-filmed novel by Abbe Prevost. It stars Lya De Putti and was directed by Arthur Robison. It was produced and distributed by renowned German film company Universum Film AG better known as UFA. A young actress named Marlene Dietrich had a supporting role in this production. A set decorator on this film was the soon to be American Expatriate Paul Leni, who would find great success as a director in Hollywood. It was shot at the Babelsberg and Tempelhof Studios, both of which were controlled by UFA.

See You (2007)