My Flesh My Blood (2009)

A dying boxer offers citizenship to a young Vietnamese girl in exchange for having his child. Well acclaimed at international festival circuit, for both the raw emotional story and the honest acting.

Shadow of Afghanistan (2012)

A 20-year history of Afghanistan is seen through the eyes of the filmmakers and an Afghan warrior.

Conqueror of Maracaibo (1961)

A pirate accused of treason saves Spanish ships from other pirates and gets even with his enemy.

To Make A Farm (2012)

Five young Canadians decide to become farmers.

With Friends Like These... (1991)

Unusual things happen: a classic MG takes over; a creature grows from leftovers; a computer date is too perfect.

Good News (1979)

Good News (Italian: Buone notizie) is a 1979 Italian satirical comedy film written and directed by Elio Petri and starring Giancarlo Giannini. It is the last film of Petri.

Powdersmoke Range (1935)

Powdersmoke Range is a 1935 black-and-white Western film directed by Wallace Fox starring Harry Carey, Hoot Gibson, Guinn Williams and Bob Steele. It is based on the 1934 novel of the same name by William Colt MacDonald with characters who would later appear in Republic's The Three Mesquiteers film series.

Mississipi One (1991)

After being released from a mental hospital, David Woolf (David Lowe) kidnaps his daughter, Melodie (Alexandra Capuano), and drives from Paris to Belgium, stopping to get the young girl's hair cut to disguise her. Melodie, who has never heard of David, calls her mother and occasionally makes halfhearted efforts to escape. Their car breaks down, and father and daughter check into a hotel, killing time until David runs out of medication for his psychotic tendencies.

Papa the Great (2000)

A witness to murder, a cowardly man (Kishen Kumar) testifies against a killer who escapes from prison and comes looking for him.

East Meets West (1936)

Sir Henry Mallory is a brilliant British diplomat, mysteriously sent on a low-profile mission to a semi-oriental colony called Tunatra. However it soon emerges that he is to sign a treaty with the Sultan. All is going smoothly until one night the Sultan stumbles upon a drunken party in the woods, and vows to find the smuggler responsible. Much is jeopardised when it is discovered that the smuggler is in fact British.

East of Java (1935)

East of Java is a 1935 American drama film directed by George Melford and starring Charles Bickford, Elizabeth Young and Frank Albertson.

Inventing Our Life: The Kibbutz Experiment (2012)

Inventing Our Life: The Kibbutz Experiment is a 2010 documentary film directed by Toby Perl Freilich.

Indignados (2012)

An African immigrant washes up on a Greek shore looking for a better life in Europe. She is not granted papers and winds up being bounced around hostile country after country.

Our Beloved Month of August (2008)

Our Beloved Month of August (Portuguese: Aquele Querido Mês de Agosto) is a 2008 Portuguese film directed by Miguel Gomes.

Old Ironsides (1926)

Old Ironsides (1926) is a silent film starring Charles Farrell, Esther Ralston, Wallace Beery, and George Bancroft.

Double Confession (1950)

Double Confession is a 1950 British crime film directed by Ken Annakin and starring Derek Farr, Joan Hopkins, William Hartnell and Peter Lorre. The screenplay, written by William Templeton, is based on the book All On A Summer's Day by HLV Fletcher, written under the pen name "John Garden". Double Confession was missing from the BFI National Archive, and is included on the British Film Institute's list of "75 Most Wanted". A complete 35mm print does exist in an independent archive in the UK. In February 2013, a restored edition was released on DVD by Renown Pictures in the UK, however this DVD is no longer available.

Superman and the Mole-Men (1951)

Superman and the Mole Men is an independently made 1951 American black-and-white superhero film, produced by Barney A. Sarecky, directed by Lee Sholem, that stars George Reeves as Superman and Phyllis Coates as Lois Lane. The film, the first theatrical feature film based on any DC Comics character, was released by Lippert Pictures Inc. The storyline concerns reporters Clark Kent and Lois Lane arriving in the small town of Silsby to witness the drilling of the world's deepest oil well. The drill, however, has penetrated the underground home of a race of small, bald humanoids who, out of curiosity, climb to the surface at night. They glow in the dark, which scares the local townfolk, who form a mob intent on killing the strange visitors. Only Superman can intervene to prevent a tragedy.

Live Like a Cop, Die Like a Man (1976)

Live Like a Cop, Die Like a Man (Italian: Uomini si nasce poliziotti si muore) is a 1976 Italian poliziotteschi crime film, directed by Ruggero Deodato and starring Marc Porel and Ray Lovelock. Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino said the film is "one of the greatest titles of all time, and it lives up to its name!"

El leyton (2003)

Chilean fisherman Leyton (Juan Pablo Sez) and his co-worker, Modesto (Luis Wigdorsky), are best friends. After Modesto marries the sultry Marta (Siboney Lo), however, it's not long before she grows restless and sets her sights on Leyton. This leads to an affair between Marta and Leyton that threatens more than just her marriage and his friendship with Modesto. As the plot unfurls, Leyton must face up to his actions, which may carry dire consequences.

Demon Exorcism: The Devil Inside Maxwell Bastas (2013)

Maxwell (Michael Mili) is plagued by uncontrollable anger and realizes he is grappling with Beelzebub, the lord of the flies, who wants Max to commit suicide. Many people help Max in his fight, but it culminates in a battle with Satan.

Beatific Vision (2008)

A dead man's spirit guides his partner (Michael Vega) to a new relationship.

Skull & Bones (2007)

Gay buddies accidentally kill a straight guy during sex games and decide to kidnap four Ivy League students after they belittle them in a bar.

Sanctioned to Die (2011)

After his best friend dies in an illegal fighting competition, a rookie cop (Vince Segovia) sets out on a quest for justice.

Luv (1967)

Luv is a 1967 romantic slapstick comedy film starring Jack Lemmon, Peter Falk, Elaine May and Nina Wayne. It is based on the original Broadway production of Luv by Murray Schisgal, which opened at the Booth Theater in New York on 11 November 1964. The play ran for 901 performances and was nominated for the 1965 Tony Award for Best Play.

The Negro (2002)

The Negro is a Canadian drama film, directed by Robert Morin and released in 2002. An examination of racism, the film centres on a police officer in a small Quebec town who is trying to reconstruct, through the conflicting testimony of witnesses and participants, the events of the night before, when the petty vandalism of a woman's lawn jockey escalated within a few hours to the woman being found dead and the young Black Canadian suspected of committing the vandalism having been viciously beaten in a field.

Once a Gangster (2010)

In this hilarious triad movie parody, celebrity cook “Roast Pork” finds his idyllic life turn topsy-turvy when his old mentor comes out of nowhere and commands him to be the successor of his gang.

The Way We Live Now (1970)

A mid-life crisis propels a disaffected advertising executive out of his marriage and into a series of disastrous love affairs with a series of women. He will eventually return to his wife, chastened.

The Silver Chalice (1954)

The Silver Chalice is a 1954 American historical epic film from Warner Bros., based on Thomas B. Costain's 1952 novel of the same name. The film, produced and directed by Victor Saville, marked the acting debut of Paul Newman.

The California Kid (1974)

A forgotten action gem about a young man (Sheen) who faces off against the sinister sheriff (Morrow) who killed his brother. Featuring the most daring and amazing car chases this side of Bullitt, The California Kid burns rubber with a dynamite cast, including Academy Award® nominee Nick Nolte. Vic Morrow turns in one of his finest performances as the the twisted sheriff, a man with nasty habits that must be seen to be believed. A wonderful, action-packed film, filled with exotic antique cars and beautiful mountain vistas.

Disgraced (1933)

Disgraced! is a 1933 American Pre-Code mystery film directed by Erle C. Kenton and written by Francis Martin and Alice D.G. Miller. The film stars Helen Twelvetrees, Bruce Cabot, Adrienne Ames, William Harrigan, Ken Murray, Charles Middleton and Adrienne D'Ambricourt. The film was released on July 7, 1933, by Paramount Pictures.

Beyond the Seventh Door (1987)

More than 30 years later, it remains one of the most ambitious, sought-after and totally bizarre low-budget Canadian features of all: Yugoslavian-born actor Lazar Rockwood - in a debut performance Canuxploitation.com calls creepy, astonishingly uncharismatic, and displaying a complete disregard for the craft of acting - is Boris, an ex-con and career thief who convinces his ex-girlfriend (Bonnie Beck) to help him rob her wealthy boss' castle. But when Boris discovers that the eccentric millionaire has booby-trapped the building, they'll have to survive six riddle-triggered rooms of homicidal mayhem in order to claimthe treasure.

Race (2007)

Race is an independent computer animated sci-fi action film, produced by Hyper Image, a post production and animation studio located in Glendale, California. Written by Rhonda Smiley and directed by Robert Brousseau, it stars James Hereth, Kevin Lewis, Russel Perryman, Jane Roberts, Terry Diab, Bill Mendieta, H.L. Cannon, J.J. Song, and Benita Marti. It was first completed and screened for audiences at numerous film festivals in 2007, including the Winnipeg International Film Festival in Canada, the da Vinci Film Festival in Oregon, Philadelphia’s Big Bang Film Festival, Another Hole in the Head Film Festival in San Francisco, and Southern California’s FAIFF International Film Festival. Following a pay-per-view run for RHI Entertainment in early 2010, the film was released on DVD by Phase 4 Films in Canada on May 18 and in the United States on May 25, 2010. It hit the US TV movie channels with a premiere on the Showtime Networks on October 14, 2010. The film is 99 minutes long and is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some suggestive images and action violence.

Miss Tacuarembó (2010)

Based on the novel by Dani Umpi.

After The Cup: Sons Of Sakhnin United (2009)

Soccer couldn't build a new Middle East, but one team showed the world what it would look like.

Mother, Mine (2008)

A young woman searches for her birth mother after her adoptive mom dies.

Don't Gamble with Love (1936)

Don't Gamble with Love is a 1936 American drama film directed by Dudley Murphy and starring Ann Sothern, Bruce Cabot and Irving Pichel.

The Foreigner (2012)

A Frenchman tries to find a hot-tempered Bulgarian woman.

Don't Gamble with Strangers (1946)

Don't Gamble with Strangers is a 1946 film about two card sharks, pretending to be brother and sister, who clean out a small-town banker, then take over a crooked gambling joint.

Back to the Garden, Flower Power Comes Full Circle (2009)

In 1988 a group of back-to-the-land hippies, living off the grid, were interviewed; in 2006 the subjects were tracked down again to find out what had become of their families' utopian plans and dreams.

Bananas!* (2009)

Bananas!* is a 2009 Swedish documentary directed by Fredrik Gertten about a conflict between the Dole Food Company and banana plantation workers in Nicaragua over alleged cases of sterility caused by the pesticide DBCP. The film was criticized by Dole for containing "patent falsehoods". After a screening at the Los Angeles Film Festival in June 2009, Gertten was sued for defamation by Dole on 8 July. The lawsuit was preceded by threats of legal action from Dole aimed against the LA Film Festival, which resulted in sponsors pulling support and the film being removed from competition. Dole dropped their lawsuit against Fredrik Gertten and Bananas!* on 15 October 2009. In September 2009, the Swedish parliament members Mats Johansson (M) and Luciano Astudillo (S) took the initiative of displaying the movie in the Parliament of Sweden, this being its premiere in Sweden. In late 2010 a court in Los Angeles decided in favor of the movie crew, making it possible to release the film in the USA. A judge awarded the filmmakers nearly $200,000 in fees and costs. In 2011, Gertten directed the film Big Boys Gone Bananas!* about how the company was sued by Dole.

Riders of the Badlands (1941)

A Texas Ranger's uncanny resemblance to a wanted outlaw results in his own arrest by a fellow lawman.

Deewana Mastana (1997)

Deewana Mastana is a 1997 Indian Hindi romantic comedy directed by David Dhawan. The film stars Anil Kapoor, Govinda and Juhi Chawla in pivotal roles. Johnny Lever, Anupam Kher, Reema Lagoo, Shakti Kapoor, Saeed Jaffrey and Kader Khan have supporting roles, while Salman Khan makes a special appearance. This film was dedicated to Manmohan Desai. This film borrows some elements from the 1991 Hollywood comedy, What About Bob?. Johnny Lever received the Filmfare award for Best Comedian for his performance on this film. The film was a success upon its release.

Don't Talk to Strange Men (1962)

Don't Talk to Strange Men is a 1962 British crime thriller film directed by Pat Jackson.

The Corporate Cut Throat Massacre (2009)

Brandi (Elina Madison) has until the end of the day to fire two employees, then someone decides to up their chances of remaining employed by making people disappear.

In Another Lifetime (2011)

Near the end of World War II, Nazis force Hungarian Jews into a death march.

The Poll Diaries (2010)

The Poll Diaries (German: Poll) is a 2010 German drama film directed by Chris Kraus. The Poll Diaries is the most expensive film that has ever been made in Estonia.

Twin Husbands (1933)

Twin Husbands is a 1933 American Pre-Code film directed by Frank R. Strayer.

The Devil's Foot (1921)

The Devil's Foot is a 1921 British short film directed by Maurice Elvey.

Johnny Greyeyes (2000)

Johnny Greyeyes is a Canadian drama film, directed by Jorge Manzano and released in 2000. The film was originally planned as a documentary about indigenous women in prison, but was rewritten as a scripted drama based on the personal testimonies of women who had been interviewed.

108 (2008)

Two teenagers (Yoshiki Sait, Aoi Nakamura) seek playing time on their high-school baseball team.

Tomorrow's Youth (1934)

Tomorrow's Youth is a 1934 American film directed by Charles Lamont.

The Magnificent Yankee (1950)

The Magnificent Yankee is a 1950 American biographical film adapted by Emmet Lavery from his play of the same title, which was in turn adapted from the book Mr. Justice Holmes by Francis Biddle. The story examines the life of United States Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes. The film was directed by John Sturges, with stars Louis Calhern, Ann Harding, Eduard Franz, and Philip Ober. Calhern created the role of Oliver Wendell Holmes in the play's original Broadway production, and the part was his only starring role in a sound film. A grateful Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer purchased the film rights of the play specifically as a reward to Calhern for playing many fine supporting roles for the studio for years. The film was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Louis Calhern) and Best Costume Design, Black-and-White. A Hallmark Hall of Fame television production of the same title was broadcast in 1965 starring Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne.

Death of an Angel (1952)

Doctor Christopher Boswell (Raymond Young) arrives at the village of Evenbridge to take over from the local doctor, Robert Welling (Patrick Barr), whose health is poor and he has been advised to rest.

H-Bomb (1971)

A CIA agent goes head to head with his ex-lover's father, a terrorist who has stolen a pair of nuclear warheads.

De l'amour (1964)

All About Loving (French: De l'amour) is a 1964 French comedy film directed by Jean Aurel and starring Anna Karina.

Crackdown (1991)

An out-of-control federal agent (Cliff De Young) hunts a drug lord with a lawman (Robert Beltran) in Peru.

Line of Sight (2012)

Lucas Brunelle rides with the fastest and most skilled urban bicyclists in the world.

Air: The Musical (2010)

Air: The Musical is an independent feature film directed by Jeremy Osbern. The movie received screenings in 2007 and 2008, and was officially released to DVD on 6 April 2010. AIR: The Musical was filmed and produced in Lawrence, Kansas between the years of 2004 and 2008.

Au Pair (1999)

Au Pair is a 1999 American made-for-television romantic comedy film starring Gregory Harrison and Heidi Noelle Lenhart. The film is the first in the Au Pair trilogy.

The Wife Master (2014)

When Bora turns 40, he still has no job and lives with his parents, but they finally kick him out, and his sleazy uncle offers him a chance to make money by marrying Cambodian women for green cards.

Sight (2008)

Sight is a 2008 horror film written and directed by Adam Ahlbrandt.

Charter Pilot (1940)

Charter Pilot is a 70-minute 1940 drama film, directed by Eugene Forde and produced by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. The film stars Lynn Bari, Lloyd Nolan, Arleen Whelan and George Montgomery. Charter Pilot depicts pilots flying cargo flights in the Honduras.

Blacktino (2011)

Stefan, an overweight half-black, half-Hispanic nerd, finds sanctuary among the social outcasts in his school's theater department.

Limbo (2010)

Limbo is a Norwegian drama film, written and directed by Maria Sødahl. The movie takes place in the 1970s and depicts a so-called expatriate-group at Trinidad, associated with the oil industry.

Girls' Dormitory (1936)

Girls' Dormitory is a 1936 American romance film directed by Irving Cummings.

Una ráfaga de plomo (1965)

The illegitimate son of an Arab chief uses deceit to achieve status.

Together (2009)

A widower (Fridtjov Sheim) finds that he is ill-equipped to deal with the responsibilities of single parenthood.

Desert Vengeance (1931)

The bandit leader of a remote town falls in love with a deceitful woman.

An Ambiguous Report About the End of the World (1997)

An Ambiguous Report About the End of the World (Czech: Nejasná zpráva o konci světa) is a 1997 Czech film directed by Juraj Jakubisko. It is a symbolic story of ill-fated love set in central Europe.

Destination Unknown (1942)

Destination Unknown is a 1942 American Universal Pictures second feature film directed by Ray Taylor set in China in World War II.

Voices from Beyond (1991)

Voices from Beyond (Voci dal Profondo) is a 1991 Italian mystery thriller film by director Lucio Fulci. The story centers about the murder of a wealthy man, with his spirit returning to guide his daughter in discovering his killers.

Song of India (1949)

Song of India is a 1949 American film directed by Albert S. Rogell and starring Sabu, Turhan Bey and Gail Russell.

How to Boil a Frog (2010)

How to Boil a Frog is a 2010 Canadian eco-comedy documentary film written and directed by Jon Cooksey to show the consequences of too many people using up Earth resources and suggesting five ways that the filmmakers say people can save habitability on the Earth while improving their own lives at the same time.

As If It Were Raining (1963)

Embezzling is tempting to a man (Eddie Constantine) passing through Spain.

The Girl from the Third Row (1949)

Flickan från tredje raden (English: The Girl from the Third Row) is a 1949 Swedish comedy film directed by Hasse Ekman.

The Day (2011)

The Day is a 2011 Canadian post-apocalyptic film directed by Douglas Aarniokoski. The film stars Ashley Bell, Shannyn Sossamon, Dominic Monaghan, Shawn Ashmore and Cory Hardrict. The film premiered on September 16, 2011 at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. The film was released in 12 theaters in the United States on August 29, 2012. It screened theatrically for 16 days and grossed $20,984.

The Oregon Trail (1959)

The Oregon Trail is a 1959 American western film directed by Gene Fowler Jr. and starring Fred MacMurray, William Bishop and Nina Shipman. The film's sets were designed by the art directors John B. Mansbridge and Lyle R. Wheeler.

Penumbra (2012)

A greedy, arrogant woman (Cristina Brondo) thinks she's hit the jackpot when she agrees to rent an apartment to a sinister client for several times what the property is worth.

Copacabana (2001)

As an elderly man's (Marco Nanini) body lies in his coffin, memories come flooding back to him about his life on a Brazilian beachfront.

The Man with the Twisted Lip (1921)

The Man with the Twisted Lip is a 1921 British film directed by Maurice Elvey. It is the eighth film in Stoll's Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series starring Eille Norwood as the detective.

Island in the Sky (1938)

Island in the Sky is a 1938 drama directed by Herbert I. Leeds, starring Gloria Stuart and Michael Whalen.

20,000 Eyes (1961)

20,000 Eyes is a 1961 American drama film directed by Jack Leewood and written by Jack W. Thomas. The film stars Gene Nelson, Merry Anders, James Brown, John Banner, Judith Rawlins and Robert Shayne. The film was released on June 14, 1961, by 20th Century Fox.

Walk Tall (1960)

Walk Tall is a 1960 American DeLuxe Color Western film directed by Maury Dexter and written by Joseph Fritz in CinemaScope. The film stars Willard Parker, Joyce Meadows, Kent Taylor, Russ Bender, Ron Soble and William Mims. The film was released on September 1, 1960, by 20th Century Fox.

The Scientist (2010)

A physicist creates an endless energy source and it changes the lives of everyone around him.

12th & Delaware (2010)

12th & Delaware is a documentary film set in a crisis pregnancy center and an abortion clinic across the street from it in Fort Pierce, Florida. The film was produced and filmed by Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing and covers the center and its patients over the period of a year. The film shows interviews of staff at both facilities, as well as pregnant women who are going to them. 12th & Delaware premiered on January 24, 2010 at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival in the U.S. Documentary Competition. It won a Peabody Award that same year "for its poignant portrait of women facing exceedingly difficult decisions at a literal intersection of opposing ideologies."

Smoky (1946)

Smoky is a 1946 film based on a novel by Will James.

The Living Ghost (1942)

The Living Ghost is a 1942 American film directed by William Beaudine. The Living Ghost was released on videocassette as A Walking Nightmare. The film is also known as Lend Me Your Ear in the United Kingdom.

E poi lo chiamarono il magnifico (1972)

A bookish Boston slicker tries his hand at cowpunching on his father's ranch in this violent but humorous Italian western.

Awaken the Dragon (2011)

Cancer survivors take part in an ancient Chinese sport known as dragon-boat racing as a means to find the inner strength necessary to fight the disease.

American Scream King (2012)

Sadistic filmmakers shoot a movie where girls die on camera.

Not Dead Yet (2009)

Three midlife women try to revive their acting careers.

Shakespeare High (2012)

High school students prepare for the Drama Teachers Association of Southern California Shakespeare Competition.

The Devil's Brother (1933)

The Devil's Brother or Bogus Bandits or Fra Diavolo is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film starring Laurel and Hardy. It is based on Daniel Auber's operetta Fra Diavolo about the Italian bandit Fra Diavolo.

Drifting Along (1946)

A ranch foreman discovers that his employer's fiance is actually a cattle rustler.

Vulcan Junction (1999)

A band on the verge of stardom faces adversity within its ranks during 1973 Israeli war tensions.

Michel Petrucciani (2011)

Despite having brittle-bone disease, a French musician becomes a successful jazz pianist.

Doctors Don't Tell (1941)

A young intern is devastated when he learns the woman he loves has her heart set on an older, more worldly doctor.

Lost Persons Area (2009)

People do not get what they want -- they get what they need.

Doctor Without Scruples (1959)

A renowned physician falls under scrutiny when it's discovered his assistant is a former Nazi.

Dignity (2012)

Rail workers in French colonies in West Africa go on strike for five months.