James Castle: Portrait Of An Artist (2008)

Friends and acquaintances talk about the creative process of artist James Castle.

A Waif's Welcome (1936)

A mischievous youngster makes trouble when a waif gets taken in by his family.

The Life, Blood and Rhythm of Randy Castillo (2014)

The life of Randy Castillo, the drummer for Ozzy Osborne, Motley Crue and Lita Ford, told through interviews, concert footage and home movies.

Men with Beards (2013)

Everyday people tell how their lives have been impacted by extraordinary beards.

Wellness (2008)

A salesman tries to invest in a nonexistent business.

The Three Es (2015)

The Dunn family struggles to prepare for a son's return after he is severely injured while serving in Iraq.

The Touch of Satan (1971)

The Touch of Satan is a 1971 horror film. It was directed by Don Henderson, and it starred Michael Berry and Emby Mellay in their debut roles. The film was shot in 1970 in the Santa Ynez, California area and featured early work by movie makeup artist Joe Blasco. The film was relatively obscure, playing only in drive-in theaters and dollar movie houses until a 1998 appearance on the series Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Nos voisins Dhantsu (2007)

Two reporters (Ral Bland, Stphane Lefebvre) travel to Tokyo to measure the tolerance and sense of humor of Japanese people.

Danger Ahead (1940)

Danger Ahead is a 1940 American adventure film directed by Ralph Staub and written by Edward Halperin. It is based on the 1933 novel Renfrew's Long Trail by Laurie York Erskine. The film stars James Newill, Dorothea Kent, Guy Usher, Maude Allen, John Dilson and Al Shaw. The film was released on January 22, 1940, by Monogram Pictures.

All Screwed Up (1974)

All Screwed Up is a 1974 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Lina Wertmüller.

The Zebra Force (1976)

Zebra Force (Codename: Zebra, USA title) is a 1976 American film directed by Joe Tornatore. The film is about a group of Vietnam War veterans who declare war on Los Angeles drug dealers and the Mafia. The film is also known as Code Name: Zebra (USA) and Commando Zebra (Italy). A sequel by Joe Tornatore with Mike Lane, also named Code Name: Zebra followed in 1987.

Evil Brain from Outer Space (1965)

Evil Brain from Outer Space is a 1964 film edited together for American television from films #7, #8 and #9 of the 1957/1958 Japanese Super Giant film series.

Paper Soldier (2008)

Two women who loved the same man end up living together after his death.

Secrets to Love (2008)

Three couples of varying backgrounds discuss how to make a marriage work.

Iris Chang: The Rape of Nanking (2007)

The story of Nanking seen through the eyes Iris Chang.

Engagements of the Heart (1987)

Based on the novel by Francoise Sagan. During World War II, French freedom fighters are caught in a romantic triangle.

Blackout (1950)

Blackout is a 1950 English crime drama film directed by Robert S. Baker. The film featured Maxwell Reed, Dinah Sheridan, Patric Doonan, Kynaston Reeves, Annette D. Simmonds, Eric Pohlmann, Michael Evans and Michael Brennan in the lead roles. The film depicts the story of an engineer (Maxwell Reed) who is able to find out the murderers involved in a murder mystery with the help of Patricia Dale (Dinah Sheridan). The film was the first featured appearance of Ronald Leigh-Hunt.

Southern Heart (1999)

While trying to acquire a site for his father's company, a New Yorker (Peter DeLuise) falls for an Alabamian (Jamie Hendrix Collins) who loves the land.

A Weekend With Lulu (1961)

A Weekend with Lulu is a 1961 British black and white comedy film directed by John Paddy Carstairs and starring Bob Monkhouse, Leslie Phillips, Alfred Marks, Shirley Eaton and Irene Handl.

Zevar (1987)

After marrying Narendra (Anupam Kher), a journalist and magazine publisher facing a dire financial situation, Indu (Minalini) begins to envy her sister, Bindu (Sushmita Mukherjee), whose husband is the very rich Sundeep (Ravi Baswani). Indu and her daughter move in with Bindu, but she soon learns that Sundeep is far from the ideal husband he seemed to be. Indu must then decide to either return home and use her own money to keep Narendra's publishing operation in business or to stay with Bindu.

Starboard Light (2015)

Family members witness the evaporation of a century of memories when they sell their summer home on Cape Cod.

The Bread and Alley (1970)

The Bread and Alley is a 1970 Iranian short film directed and written by Abbas Kiarostami. The ten-minute film was the first film directed by Kiarostami.

Sunset Trail (1932)

The Sunset Trail is a 1932 western film directed by B. Reeves Eason.

Sukeban: Octopus Pot (2008)

Reiko tries to put her life in order after serving time.

The Granite Stoke (2014)

Filmmakers Dylan Ladds and Ryan Scura examine New Hampshire's 13-mile surfing coastline.

An Elephant Called Slowly (1969)

An Elephant Called Slowly is a 1969 Morning Star Productions Ltd. feature film starring Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna as themselves in a story about the couple's real-life adventures with three young African elephants while house-sitting in Kenya. George Adamson (of Born Free), makes an appearance as himself. The soundtrack features several well-known musical numbers by Bert Kaempfert. The film was written by Travers and director James Hill, and has been released to VHS and DVD.

Nerdcore For Life (2008)

Nerdcore for Life is a 2008 documentary film about the world of Nerdcore hip-hop directed Dan Lamoureux and produced by Crapbot Productions.

Calamity Jane: Wild West Legend (2014)

A filmmaker delves into the largely unknown history of Martha Canary, better known as Calamity Jane.

Jake's Booty Call (2003)

A party guy (Julian Max Metter) and his virginal friend go in search of sex.

The Great Spy Chase (1964)

The Great Spy Chase – Les Barbouzes in French (Barbouze being French slang for a spy, deriving from the idea that spies hide behind false beards) is a 1964 French cult comedy film.

Le déménagement (1997)

Everything goes wrong on the day a new sitcom writer and his pregnant wife are due to move into their new home.

Going Undercover (1985)

A Beverly Hills socialite (Jean Simmons) pays a would-be private eye (Chris Lemmon) to watch her stepdaughter (Lea Thompson) in Europe.

Brothers Five (1970)

Brothers Five is a 1970 Hong Kong wuxia film directed by Lo Wei and produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio. Cheng Pei-pei plays the role of Yen Lai, a woman who must reunite the Kao brothers to rid the Teng Lung Manor of killers whilst avenging the murder of their father.

The Bare-Footed Kid (1993)

The Bare-Footed Kid is a 1993 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Johnnie To and starring Aaron Kwok, Maggie Cheung, Ti Lung and Jacklyn Wu. The film is a remake of the 1977 film, Disciples of Shaolin, which was directed by Chang Cheh.

Any Which Way You Punch (1979)

Chinese freedom fighters battle traitors in their midst as they wage war against the government.

Kidz in da Hood (2006)

Kidz in da Hood (Swedish title: Förortsungar lit. "Suburb kids") is a 2006 Swedish film directed by Catti Edfeldt and Ylva Gustavsson. The film is also known as F.O.U. in Sweden (promotional abbreviation). This is the story of Amina, a girl from Sierra Leone seeking asylum in Sweden. The second key figure in the story is Headbanger Johan, played by Gustaf Skarsgård. The film is about how their paths cross - a meeting that will change both their lives forever. Filming took place in Fittja and began on 21 November 2005. The film won five Guldbagge Awards in 2007 in the categories Best Film, Best Director , Best Screenplay , Best Actor and Best performance for which the jury put it, "attitude and rocking the music."

Gregorio and His Angel (1970)

An old drunk (Broderick Crawford) in Mexico befriends a little girl who is like the angel on a missing church statue.

Secrets (2007)

Five teens, one an Elvis Presley fan (Malcolm Kennard), are locked in the basement of the Beatles' Melbourne hotel in 1964.

Poor Girls (1927)

Poor Girls is a 1927 silent film drama directed by William James Craft and starring Dorothy Revier. It was produced and distributed by Columbia Pictures. The film is preserved in the Library of Congress collections.

Asylum (2013)

Asylum is a 2014 American horror comedy film directed by Todor Chapkanov. The movie was released to DVD in Japan on April 4, 2014 and was released in the United States on June 2, 2015. Asylum is part of After Dark's "After Dark Originals" series and stars Stephen Rea as a man who must stop his brother from releasing the forces of darkness upon the world.

Honeychile (1951)

Honeychile is a 1951 American comedy film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Charles E. Roberts, Jack Townley and Barry Trivers. The film stars Judy Canova, Eddie Foy, Jr., Alan Hale, Jr., Walter Catlett, Claire Carleton and Karolyn Grimes. The film was released on October 20, 1951, by Republic Pictures.

Vladimir et Rosa (1971)

The trial of the Chicago Seven.

Sketches of a Strangler (1978)

A Kansas teacher (Meredith MacRae) poses as her Hollywood-hooker twin to trap a killer art student (Allen Goorwitz).

Le Vent d'Est (1970)

Wind from the East (French: Le Vent d'est) is a 1970 film by the Dziga Vertov Group, a radical filmmaking cooperative that, at its core, included Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Pierre Gorin. As with most films from this period in Godard's career, directing credit was given to the collective and not himself or other individual filmmakers. Of the Dziga Vertov Group films, Wind from the East became particularly notable due to Peter Wollen's influential essay about it: "Godard and Counter Cinema: Vent d'est." Wollen contends that Wind from the East exemplifies how Brechtian principles of "epic theatre" can be applied to film as "counter cinema."

Tragedy: The Story of Queensbridge (2006)

Tragedy: The Story of Queensbridge is a 2005 documentary film directed by Booker Sim for Juju Films. The film documents the streets of the Queensbridge Housing Projects of New York City, following the issues and struggles of Tragedy Khadafi aka Intelligent Hoodlum. Queens rappers Havoc, Prodigy (both from the group Mobb Deep), Capone and N.O.R.E. (both from Capone-N-Noreaga), as well as producer Marley Marl among others appeared in the film.

Frogs! (1991)

A witch turns a high-school senior (Scott Grimes) into a frog like his friend, and only a kiss can turn him back again.

Bird Co. Media (2014)

Filmmaker Jason Bourque examines the controversy caused by a new company using live birds to carry advertising banners.

Beyond Rangoon (1995)

Truth has a witness. A young American doctor travels to an exotic land to escape the tragedy of her past only to discover a nation that is, like herself, in crisis—​Beyond Rangoon. Numb to all emotion after the violent deaths of her husband and son, Dr. Laura Bowman (Patricia Arquette) accompanies her sister (Academy Award winner Frances McDormand) on an organized tour of Asia. But when Laura's passport is lost, she finds herself stranded in Myanmar's capital, Rangoon, a city torn apart by oppression and dissent. Venturing into the war-ravaged countryside, Laura witnesses the brutality of Myanmar's government and meets people whose loss mirrors her own. The spirituality and gentleness of these people in their peaceful quest for justice arouses Laura's own repressed emotions and propels her on a journey of self-discovery and healing.

Out To Win (2015)

Out to Win is an American documentary film, released in 2015. Directed by Malcolm Ingram, the film chronicles the history of LGBT participation in professional sports, concentrating in particular on key figures such as John Amaechi, Billy Bean, Jason Collins, Wade Davis, Brittney Griner, Billie Jean King, David Kopay, Conner Mertens, Martina Navratilova, and Michael Sam.. The film had its premiere on March 15, 2015 at SXSW.

Acts of the Apostles (1969)

Following the crucifixion, Christ's disciples (Edoardo Torricella, Jacques Dumur) spread his teachings throughout the known world.

Gun Code (1940)

A federal agent (Tim McCoy) leads a posse to cattle-protection racketeers.

Sakura Killers (1987)

A U.S. colonel (Chuck Conners) sends two men (Mike Kelly, George Nichols) to Taiwan to retrieve a videotaped gene-splicing formula stolen by ninjas for resale to the Soviets.

Death Rides the Plains (1943)

Death Rides the Plains is a 1943 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Joseph O'Donnell. The film stars Robert Livingston, Al St. John, Patti McCarty, Ray Bennett, I. Stanford Jolley and George Chesebro. The film was released on May 7, 1943, by Producers Releasing Corporation.

Princess Aurora (2005)

Princess Aurora is a 2005 South Korean film about a mother over grieving the death of her child, who goes on a murderous revenge spree. It was the directorial and writing debut of actress-director Bang Eun-jin.

Weekend of Terror (1970)

Weekend of Terror is a 1970 American made-for-television thriller film directed by Jud Taylor and starring Robert Conrad, Carol Lynley, Lois Nettleton and Jane Wyatt. It was aired on December 8, 1970 in the ABC Movie of the Week space.

The Outlaw League (2014)

Nicolas and his friends defend their baseball field against developers.

Demoness from Thousand Years (1990)

A Taoist priest sends his two fairy disciples to steal the Bead of Hell, which has the power to destroy the Demoness when she threatens to break into the real world.

A/k/a Tommy Chong (2006)

This documentary, directed by first-time filmmaker Josh Gilbert, features renowned comedian Tommy Chong, of "Cheech & Chong" fame, as he deals with the federal government following charges of selling drug paraphernalia. Arrested as part of a large sting operation, Chong is sentenced to time in prison despite having no prior convictions. In addition to spending time on the various aspects of the case, the film looks at Chong's life and his performing career.

Somos Mari Pepa (2013)

Teens in a punk band spend the summer rehearsing their one song.

Legions of the Nile (1959)

Legions of the Nile (Italian: Le legioni di Cleopatra, French: Les légions de Cléopâtre, Spanish: Las legiones de Cleopatra) is a 1959 Italian-French-Spanish historical epic adventure film written and directed by Vittorio Cottafavi.

Crack in the Mirror (1960)

Crack in the Mirror is a 1960 drama film directed by Richard Fleischer. The three principal actors, Orson Welles, Juliette Gréco, and Bradford Dillman, play dual roles in two interconnected stories as the participants in two love triangles. The script was ostensibly written by producer Darryl F. Zanuck (under his frequent pseudonym "Mark Canfield"), but in his 1993 autobiography Just Tell Me When to Cry, Richard Fleischer revealed that it was in fact ghost-written by Jules Dassin, who was unable to work openly in the American film industry at the time, because he was on the Hollywood blacklist.

Other Halves (2016)

The night a new dating app is set to launch, the programmers discover that it causes users to become amoral, lascivious and violent. Although they consider shutting it down, the profits that begin rolling in make them reconsider.

Pecoross' Mother and Her Days (2013)

Based on the autobiographical comic book by Yuichi Okano, this poignant dramedy centers on the daily struggles of a man taking care of his aging mother, who has dementia. As her memories fade, the films shows us flashbacks of the woman she was.

Doom Room (2013)

A woman awakes -- without memories -- trapped in a room. As time goes by, she receives real and imagined visitors -- some of whom terrify her -- but she tries to piece together her past.

Everybody's Doing It (1938)

Everybody's Doing It is a 1938 American comedy film directed by Christy Cabanne using a screenplay by J. Robert Bren, Edmund Joseph, and Harry Segall, based on George Beck's story. RKO produced and distributed the film, releasing it on January 14, 1938. The movie stars Preston Foster and Sally Eilers.

Progression (2014)

Urban couples fumble through love and heartbreak on the night of an annual dinner.

Drop Box (2006)

A celebrity (Rachel Sehl) accidentally returns her sex tape to a video store, then tries to get it back from an uncooperative clerk (David Cormican).

Tormented (1960)

Tormented is a 1960 American horror film directed and produced by Bert I. Gordon for Allied Artists Pictures Corporation, and starring Richard Carlson. The film was featured in the fourth season of the television series Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K).

Inspector Mom: Kidnapped in Ten Easy Steps (2007)

A woman (Danica McKellar) goes under cover at a dance studio to save her best friend from a kidnapper.

Nobody's Children (1940)

A 9-year-old orphan (Billy Lee) refuses to be separated from his disabled sister (Edith Fellows).

Three Stripes in the Sun (1955)

Though his wartime service left him with a bitter hatred for the enemy, an assignment with occupation forces in postwar Japan will transform Sergeant Hugh O'Reilly (Aldo Ray). In a small war-ravaged village, Hugh's growing affection for its many orphans has inspired him to give his time and money for food and shelter, and has led him to a love affair with his translator, Yuko. Already facing her family's vehement opposition, seeing Yuko on the arm of an escort at a charity event turns Hugh against her and the Japanese people. Yet with help from his commanding officer, Hugh finally realizes that he is in love and makes Yuko his bride before returning with her to the States. Newly remastered.

Arctic Son (2014)

Arctic Son is a 2006 American documentary film about a Gwich’in father and son reuniting after 25 years of separation. The two could not be more different: Stanley Njootli, Sr. is a hunter steeped in First Nations traditions. His son, Stanley, Jr., raised by his mother in Washington State, is immersed in hip hop culture and video games, battling an ensuing drug and alcohol addiction. The film details the pair's reunion in the Yukon. Arctic Son was produced and directed by Andrew Walton, aired on PBS's P.O.V. documentary series in 2007, and was screened as part of the Seattle International Film Festival.

João Bénard da Costa: Outros Amarão as Coisas que eu Amei (2014)

The life and career of the director.

Beste Chance (2014)

Kati flies to India after a friend leaves a disturbing message.

Up for Murder (1931)

Up for Murder is a 1931 American drama film written and directed by Monta Bell. The film stars Lew Ayres, Genevieve Tobin, Purnell Pratt, Richard Tucker, Frank McHugh and Frederick Burt. The film was released on May 27, 1931, by Universal Pictures.

End of the World (1977)

End of the World is a 1977 American film directed by John Hayes.

Montparnasse 19 (1958)

The Lovers of Montparnasse (French: Les Amants de Montparnasse), also known as Montparnasse 19, is a 1958 French-Italian drama film based on but not literally chronicling the last years of the life of the Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani, who worked and died in abject poverty in the Montparnasse area of Paris. Some of his most famous paintings done then were of his last two lovers, Beatrice Hastings and Jeanne Hébuterne.

Scream, Pretty Peggy (1973)

Scream, Pretty Peggy is a 1973 American made-for-television horror film directed by Gordon Hessler and starring Bette Davis, Ted Bessell, and Sian Barbara Allen. Its plot follows a young college student who is given a job by a sculptor housekeeping at a mysterious mansion where his sister and their elderly mother reside. It was broadcast as the ABC Suspense Movie on November 24, 1973.

O.C. Babes and the Slasher of Zombietown (2008)

A handful of rich, Orange County teens take refuge in a bar after zombies take over Southern California, only to find out there's a serial killer hiding amongst them.

The Legend of Hillbilly John (1974)

A wandering ballad singer in the Appalachian Mountains is transported back in time by an ugly creature.

Amhurst (2008)

A woman's memories of childhood abuse rekindle when she visits the home of her dead grandfather.

The Dancer (2011)

Sang Penari is a 2011 Indonesian film based on the trilogy of novels Ronggeng Dukuh Paruk by Ahmad Tohari and directed by Ifa Isfansyah. Starring Nyoman Oka Antara and Prisia Nasution, it tells the story of a young man and his friendship with his small village's new ronggeng.

I Send You This Place (2012)

Iceland's physical grandeur sparks a spiritual transformation in filmmaker Andrea Sisson and offers her insight into her brother's mental illness.

Carmen (1984)

Carmen (1984) is a film directed by Francesco Rosi. It is a film version of Bizet's opera Carmen.Julia Migenes stars in the title role, Plácido Domingo as Don José, Ruggero Raimondi as Escamillo, and Faith Esham as Micaela. Lorin Maazel conducts the Orchestre National de France. The film premiered in France on March 14, 1984, and in the U.S. on September 20 of that year. In 1985, the film was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Film.

Bunker 6 (2013)

Bunker 6 is a Canadian psychological thriller film set in an alternate timeline in which a nuclear holocaust takes place during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Most of the film's action is set a decade later, inside a very large fallout shelter, in which a group of survivors are faced with the dilemma of continuing life in the shelter or facing the uncertainty of life in a world contaminated by radiation. Theatrically released, the film was also destined for television and "direct-to-video" release. Directed by Canadian writer and director Greg Jackson, in his first feature film, it stars Andrea Lee Norwood and Molly Dunsworth. The supporting cast includes Jim Fowler, Glen Matthews and Shelley Thompson. The film was shot in an actual fallout shelter in Nova Scotia.

Comedy of Errorz (2013)

Davon, an aspiring filmmaker, turns to a pimp to help guide him in the right direction after he grows tired of seeing Hollywood's unrealistic urban films.

Three Bullets... for a Long Gun (1971)

A drifter and a Mexican bandit team up to battle bandits and find a fortune in gold.

The Dragonphoenix Chronicles: Indomitable (2013)

A savage warrior begins a perilous journey back to his homeland while being hunted by his former masters.

Do You Take This Stranger? (1971)

A man (Gene Barry) schemes to collect $1 million by having a dying man (Lloyd Bridges) assume his identity on a trip around the world.

Everything We Loved (2014)

Everything We Loved is a 2014 New Zealand drama film written and directed by Max Currie. It won Best Actress and Best Screenplay at the 2014 New Zealand Film Awards.

If A Body Meets A Body (1945)

If a Body Meets a Body is the 86th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1945 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Steve Chong Finds Out That Suicide Is a Bad Idea (2014)

A suicidal man (Stanley Wong) gathers his unsuspecting buddies together for a final weekend party.

The Eyes of the Amaryllis (1982)

A Nantucket Island widow's (Ruth Ford) granddaughter (Martha Byrne) learns the mystery of her grandfather lost at sea.

Thread of Lies (2014)

Together with her oldest daughter, a single mother (Kim Hee Ae) tries to understand why her youngest daughter killed herself with no warning.

The Eyes, the Mouth (1982)

The Eyes, the Mouth (Italian: Gli occhi, la bocca, French: Les Yeux, la Bouche) is a 1982 Italian-French drama film written and directed by Marco Bellocchio and starring Lou Castel. The film was entered into the main competition at the 39th edition of the Venice Film Festival.

Crusader (2005)

CRUSADER is an action thriller set in the world of telecommunications and television journalism. A journalist (Andrew McCarthy, TV's "Kingdom Hospital," St. Elmo's Fire) at a small television station, using less than ethical methods, manages to get an informant to divulge information that could potentially alter the world of telecommunications and the Internet. In the mix are an array of colorful characters who are connected by one common denominator: they all have something to hide.

The Key (2008)

When film students shoot a documentary in a crumbling 100-year-old building, a door is opened to a darker dimension, releasing a lethal demon.

Inning By Inning: A Portrait Of A Coach (2008)

NCAA baseball coach Augie Garrido leads different schools to national championships.

Wild Horse Mesa (1932)

Wild Horse Mesa is a 1932 American Pre-Code Western film directed by Henry Hathaway and starring Randolph Scott and Sally Blane. Based on the novel Wild Horse Mesa by Zane Grey, the film is about an Arizona rancher who goes after a gang that is trapping and catching wild horses using barbed-wire enclosures. Wild Horse Mesa is a remake of the 1925 Paramount silent film of the same name.

Criminal Xing (2007)

A seasoned professional killer and master of escape, is finally offered the big cash score that has always eluded him. There's just this tricky catch! He and five other rival criminals must work together to complete a series of jobs dictated by a mysterious and anonymous employer. Thus prove they're capable of the bigger score…and the serious money. However, each crew member's powerful hunger for greatness, wealth and power quickly leads them into numerous set-ups, double crosses and wild car chases. In the end, these deadly confrontations leave only one very fortunate soul left standing.