Samurai II: Duel at Ichijoji Temple (1955)

Toshiro Mifune furiously embodies swordsman Musashi Miyamoto as he comes into his own in the action-packed middle section of the Samurai Trilogy. Duel at Ichijoji Temple furthers Miyamoto along his path to spiritual enlightenment, as well as further from the arms of the two women who love him: loyal Otsu (Kaoru Yachigusa) and conniving yet tragic Akemi (Mariko Okada). The film also brings him face to face with hordes of rivals intent on cutting him down, especially his legendary rival Kojiro (Koji Tsuruta). The titular climax is one of Japanese cinema’s most rousingly choreographed conflicts, intensified by Jun Yasumoto’s color cinematography and Ikuma Dan’s triumphant score.

McCullin (2012)

McCullin is a 2012 feature-length documentary film, directed by David Morris and Jacqui Morris, about the life and work of photojournalist Don McCullin. The film premiered at the 2012 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival. McCullin was nominated for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer and Best Documentary at the 66th British Academy Film Awards. It also won the award for Best Use of Footage in a Cinema Release at the 2014 Focal International Awards. It has a 100% rating, and an average rating of 7.3/10, at Rotten Tomatoes, with consensus not yet reached.

The Big Something (2011)

Lewis scours his neighborhood to find a killer after the owner of a beloved record store is found dead.

Fixation (2012)

Filmmaker Alex Trudeau Viriato documents riders as they compete in the world of fixed-gear cycling.

Madness and Genius (2003)

Despite his near-photographic memory, Jordan (David James Hayward) is failing college, so he decides to steal the ideas of professor Donovan (Tom Noonan), a brilliant thinker turned recluse. In the process of investigating Donovan and his current whereabouts, Jordan and fellow student Nigel (David Williams) uncover the academic's curious past, which included helping to design weapons for the government. Meanwhile, the professor must confront his own prior deeds after his work is pilfered.

Zomvideo (2011)

An intern at a low rent video company discovers a tape on what to do about zombies as a zombie invasion begins.

State 194 (2012)

In 2009, Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad launched a plan to demonstrate that his people were deserving of statehood, inspiring them to change their destiny and seek UN membership. Since then, they've made remarkable progress, but the political quagmire and Fayyad's recent resignation from office may destroy the most promising opportunity for peace in years.

When We Leave (2010)

When We Leave (German: Die Fremde, Turkish: Ayrılık) is a 2010 German-Turkish drama film, produced, written and directed by Austrian filmmaker Feo Aladag. The film received worldwide acclaim, and represented Aladag’s debut as a producer, writer and director. When We Leave tells the story of a young German/Turkish mother’s struggle for self-determination between two systems of values. It is a multi-layered story about honor, intolerance and the unshakeable belief in a harmonious coexistence. The film stars Sibel Kekilli, Florian Lukas, Alwara Höfels, Nursel Köse and Turkish actors Settar Tanrıöğen and Derya Alabora. It was produced by Independent Artists, a company founded by Aladag in 2005. When We Leave had its world premiere on February 13, 2010 at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival. It screened in the special Panorama section and was awarded the Europa Cinemas Label Prize. It began its German release on March 11, 2010. Reviewers called When We Leave “the strongest debut film in years” and gave special notice to the sensitive direction of the actors as well as the courage the film showed in addressing such heated subject matter. The film was awarded numerous national and international prizes, including seven nominations for the 2010 German Film Awards, in the categories Best Film, Best Debut Film, Best Screenplay, Best Actress, Best Cinematography, Best Editing and Best Score. The film won two German Film Awards for Best Film in Bronze and Best Actress. It also won the LUX Film Prize for the Best European Film 2010, the New Faces Award (Best First Feature), the DEFA Board’s Emerging Artists Prize (Best First Feature 2010), the Grand Prize for Best Film at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival as well as many others from film festivals including Ghent, São Paulo, and Calgary. When We Leave ultimately played over 100 film festivals worldwide, in 73 countries and on 6 continents. On 17 September 2010 the German selection committee chose When We Leave as its official entry in the competition for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Blood on the Mountain (1974)

Colorado's Royal Gorge provides the backdrop for this story of one man's rebellion and God's forgiveness.

Flat Out (1999)

Following a paralyzing injury, a motorcycle racer (Stewart Goddard) devises an innovative way to return to competition.

Married And Counting (2013)

Two men celebrate 25 years together by setting out on a road trip and getting married in every state in which gay marriage is legal.

The Toughest Man in the World (1984)

A nightclub bouncer (Mr. T) enters a tough-man contest to raise funds for a doomed Chicago youth center.

Border Vengeance (1935)

Border Vengeance is a 1935 American western B movie directed by Ray Heinz, written by Forbes Parkhill based upon the novel The Return of the Muley Kid by R. Craig Christensen. The film had its premiere on June 1, 1935 and was released to theaters on June 5.

Riot in a Women's Prison (1974)

Martine (Martine Brochard) is wrongfully convicted and subjected to mental and physical torture in prison. When a riot engulfs the facility, Martine has to choose between joining the inmates or accepting her punishment.

Red Shield (1991)

Two detectives face crises in their marriages while pursuing the leader of a band of heavily armed smugglers.

We Cause Scenes (2014)

Several young adults take to the streets of New York to perform improvisational skits.

The 'High Sign' (1921)

Buster Keaton plays a contract-killer who must murder the town miser, August Nickelnurser, but Nickelnurser knows a good man when he sees one and hires Buster as his bodyguard!

Invisible Ink (2011)

Three people's lives cross as they search for the truth, and they struggle when reality threatens to destroy their imaginary worlds.

The Silence (2010)

The Silence (German: Das letzte Schweigen) is a 2010 German thriller film directed by Baran bo Odar, after the German crime fiction novel The Silence (German: Das Schweigen) by Jan Costin Wagner.

Soft In The Head (2013)

Maury, the owner of a shelter, watches out for Natalia, a wayward young woman, and tries to sidestep the turmoil following in her wake.

1918 (1985)

1918 (also known as Horton Foote's 1918) is a 1985 American drama film directed by Ken Harrison and starring William Converse-Roberts, Hallie Foote and Matthew Broderick.

Anak-Anak Srikandi (2012)

Eight gay women in Indonesia share their lives.

Der Fluss war einst ein Mensch (2012)

A German actor visits a rural African waterway to find meaning in ancient tradition.

Mad About Men (1954)

Mad About Men is a British comedy film, made in 1954 in Technicolor. It was directed by Ralph Thomas and written by Peter Blackmore, who also wrote the 1948 film Miranda which preceded Mad About Men. Glynis Johns appears in both films as the mermaid Miranda. However Rank Films insisted it was not a sequel. Mad About Men was filmed in Polperro, Cornwall and Long Crendon, Oxfordshire.

The 'Human' Factor (1975)

The Human Factor is a 1975 drama film directed by Edward Dmytryk and starring George Kennedy and John Mills. It was Dmytryk's final film. The soundtrack is by composer Ennio Morricone.

Society Smugglers (1939)

Society Smugglers is a 1939 American crime film directed by Joe May and starring Preston Foster, Irene Hervey and Walter Woolf King. The film sets were designed by the art director Jack Otterson.

Katalin Varga (2009)

Katalin Varga is a 2009 film directed by Peter Strickland. The feature debut of Peter Strickland, he used the money from a bequest from his uncle to fund the project. Filmed over 17 days in the Hungarian-speaking part of the Romanian region of Transylvania, Strickland completed the project for £28,000.

Texas Lawmen (1951)

Texas Lawmen is a 1951 American western film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Johnny Mack Brown, James Ellison and I. Stanford Jolley. The film's sets were designed by the art director Dave Milton.

Coffin from Hong Kong (1964)

Coffin from Hong Kong is a 1964 West German thriller film directed by Manfred R. Köhler and starring Heinz Drache, Elga Andersen and Ralf Wolter. It is based on a novel of the same title by James Hadley Chase.

Patriots (1994)

Patriots is a 1994 American film, starring Linda Amendola, Mark Newell, Aidan Parkinson. It was written, produced and directed by Frank Kerr.

Death for Sale (2011)

Death for Sale is a 2011 film directed by Faouzi Bensaïdi. The film was selected as the Moroccan entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.

Welcome to Destination Shanghai (2003)

Shanghai provides the setting for this scatter-shot drama that peers into the squalid margins of modern life. After a thorough orientation from his female boss, a newly hired male prostitute is sent out on his first job -- to a client who's fond of leashes and collars. Elsewhere, a female prostitute seeks out a medical service that will supposedly restore her virginity. But later a client shows more interest in the woman's sexual history than in her ostensible purity.

The Mule (2013)

During the Spanish Civil War, a soldier rescues a mule from a battlefield and decides to keep it.

Cointelpro 101 (2010)

A history reveals the FBI's strategy to prevent movements and communities from overturning white supremacy and creating racial justice.

In 500 Words or Less (2009)

Four teens try define their lives as they make their way through the college admissions process.

Unclaimed (2013)

Unclaimed is a 2013 Canadian documentary film about a man who claims to be former Special Forces Green Beret Master Sgt. John Hartley Robertson, who was declared dead after being shot down over Laos on a classified mission on 20 May 1968. The documentary is written, directed, and produced by Michael Jorgensen. It follows Tom Faunce, a veteran of the Vietnam War, in tracking down the man who claimed to be Robertson. Faunce was skeptical of Robertson's identity but eventually became convinced. He convinced Jorgensen to make a documentary about Robertson's story as a way to unite the man with his American family. Leading up to the film's release, the validity of Robertson's identity was challenged by groups of Vietnam War veterans and groups that advocate the Vietnam War POW/MIA issue. Jean Robertson-Holley, Robertson's surviving sister, was convinced the man was her brother but initially declined DNA testing as unnecessary. Eventually she and her daughter (Robertson's niece) Gail Metcalf expressed openness to going through with testing. The documentary was screened at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival on April 30, 2013. A day later, The Independent reported the contents of a memo from a 2009 report by the Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office that the man who claimed to be Robertson was actually Dang Tan Ngoc, "a 76-year-old Vietnamese citizen of French origin who has a history of pretending to be US army veterans".

Her Master's Voice (2012)

Ventriloquist Nina Conti takes the puppets of her mentor, Ken Campbell, to a resting place for dummies of the entertainers who have died.

The Good Life (2010)

A mother and daughter live a privileged life until their money runs out, then the daughter tries to enter a work force that she knows nothing about.

Hush (2012)

Ja saapuu oikea yö is a 2012 Finnish thriller film directed by Jyri Kähönen. The story evolves around two young lovers who are planning to murder the girl's father.

Madness (1980)

After brutally killing two farmers with a pitchfork, an escaped murderer Joe Brezy (Joe Dallesandro: Andy Warhol's superstar) makes a bee-line for the holiday cottage where five years earlier he stashed a substantial amount of ill-gotten loot.

Taqwacore: The Birth of Punk Islam (2009)

Taqwacore: The Birth of Punk Islam is a 2009 documentary film, directed by Omar Majeed and produced by EyeSteelFilm, about various Taqwacore bands and performers touring the United States and Pakistan. The documentary was filmed between 2007 and 2009. It was pitched at the 2007 Sheffield Doc/Fest MeetMarket prior to completion.

Lady Street Fighter (1981)

Linda Allen travels to Los Angeles to track down the brutal mobsters who tortured and murdered her sister.

Our Country (2006)

Our Country (Italian: A casa nostra) is a 2006 Italian drama film directed by Francesca Comencini. It entered the competition at the 2006 Rome Film Festival.

Pedal-Driven: A Bikeumentary (2011)

Mountain bikers and federal land managers clash over access to public lands.

Plastic (2013)

Albert Mullin (North Roberts) prowls the streets and alleyways looking for another woman to kill.

White Dream (2002)

A feebleminded man (Hamid Jebeli) falls for a sophisticated beauty after she visits his place of employment in Tehran, Iran.

Mara (2013)

Jenny confronts her childhood fears with several friends until an intruder interrupts their plans.

Sister Italy (2012)

Italia and Maria, sisters and chefs, clash at a cooking competition to secure a place in their aunt's will.

Fairyland; or, the Kingdom of the Fairies (1903)

The Kingdom of the Fairies, initially released in the United States as Fairyland, or the Kingdom of the Fairies and in Great Britain as The Wonders of the Deep, or Kingdom of the Fairies, is a 1903 French silent film directed by Georges Méliès.

Petit indi (2009)

A young and humble adolescent uses his imagination to escape the world around him.

The Devil At Your Heels (1981)

The Devil at Your Heels is a 1981 documentary that chronicles the attempt of the stuntman and daredevil Ken Carter to jump a rocket-powered car over the Saint Lawrence River, a distance of one mile, which would break all existing records for jumping cars. The documentary opens with some quick framing of the task, including footage of the ramp and the car to be used for the jump, and then chronicles how Carter became a daredevil, including footage of some early jumps. It then follows the ups and downs he experienced in his five-year journey to jump the river. He has a series of financial and technical obstacles. Technical problems include difficulties with the car (the fuel tank keeps blowing up) and the ramp he was planning to jump off (it was bumpy and not necessarily structurally sound). The financial problems are simpler; he kept running out of money and his backers were unhappy. In the fifth year, everything was ready, but two attempts were called off — one because of a short strike by the ground crew, and one because of weather. The backers, desperate to finish, believed that Carter had lost his nerve and called him to a meeting in another city, and then brought in another driver, Kenny Powers, to attempt the jump. Unfortunately, the bumps in the ramp had not been fixed, and as the car accelerated, it started to shake itself to pieces and fell apart in midair. The parachutes deployed and the car landed in shallow water. Powers survived with eight broken vertebrae (he later recovered fully). The effort to make the jump was abandoned. The film closes with Carter vowing to continue trying. However, a few years after the movie was made, the ramp was demolished, and then Carter was killed in 1983 in Peterborough, Ontario, while attempting another stunt. The ramp and its runway were located in a field just west of Hanes Road, south of county road 2 in Morrisburg, Ontario, Canada. The ramp has since been demolished, but the concrete runway still existed in 2010. The title song was performed by the blues performer Long John Baldry. Produced by the National Film Board of Canada, The Devil at Your Heels won the Genie Award for Best Theatrical Documentary.

Apna Bana Ke Dekho (2001)

Jankiram has to choose a groom for Sandhya, the girl he loves, leaving him heartbroken. Soon after his mother's death, his life changes rapidly as he gets into a scuffle with a criminal.

Scumbabies (2010)

A friend's corpse throws a monkey wrench into a woman's carefully planned Halloween party.

Dhool Ka Phool (1959)

Dhool Ka Phool is a 1959 Indian Bollywood film. Produced by B. R. Chopra, it was directed by B.R.'s brother Yash Chopra, this being Yash's first movie as a director, having been an assistant director in B.R.'s earlier film Naya Daur. The film stars Mala Sinha, Rajendra Kumar, Nanda, Leela Chitnis, Jeevan and Ashok Kumar. The story revolves around a Muslim bringing up an "illegitimate" Hindu child and featured the classic song Too Hindu Banega Na Musalman Banega, Insaan Ki Aulaad Hai, Insaan Banega on Manmohan Krishna, who also won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Abdul Rasheed. Besides that, Mala Sinha received a nomination for Best Actress and Mukhram Sharma for Best Story. The movie was remade in Telugu as Jeevana Teeralu.

Dog Shy (1926)

Dog Shy is a 1926 two-reel silent comedy film starring Charley Chase. Chase plays a young man with a fear of dogs. After being chased by one, he enters a phone booth and a young lady tells him her trouble: she is being pressured into marrying a wealthy duke against her wishes. He agrees to help her and meet at her home. He is, however, mistaken as a newly hired butler. After a series of hilarious misunderstandings and disasters, Chase is recognized as a hero and enjoys a happy ending.

The Last Pogo (1978)

The Last Pogo is a short film made by Colin Brunton in 1978. Shot in Toronto, at the Horseshoe Tavern, The Last Pogo concert on December 1 was billed as "the last punk rock concert" in Toronto—at least for that original wave of punkers circa 1977/1978. Named as ironic tribute to "The Last Waltz", the concert film of the final concert by The Band directed by Martin Scorsese. Featuring performances by The Scenics, The Cardboard Brains, The Secrets, The Mods, The Ugly, The Viletones and Teenage Head, the event also spawned a live recording called And Now Live From Toronto -- The Last Pogo. Apart from the performances, the highlight of the film was probably the shots of the aftermath, because during the show, a bit of a riot occurred. Brunton's crew was ushered outside by police and firefighters, but the sound recordist stuck it out. The film itself was available only in bootleg copies and occasional airings until its release on DVD in 2008. The DVD was released as a tribute to Teenage Head frontman Frankie Venom.

Arise (2012)

Women around the world share a profound intellectual and spiritual understanding of what it takes to live in harmony with nature.

Love. Blood. Kryptonite. (2008)

A teenage pot dealer (Alex Goode) starts pushing harder drugs in order to make enough money to cover his younger sister's private-school tuition.

Béjart: The Show Must Go On (2009)

The death of renowned French choreographer Maurice Bejart in 2007 left a hole in his dance company. This is the story of an international cast of dancers as they attempt to secure the survival of company without the guidance of their founder.

La clave (2008)

Salsa icons and popular reggaeton artists discuss the similarities between their styles of music and how they blend together.

Welcome to Argentina (2013)

Marcus and Antoine travel to Argentina to attend their cousin's wedding and discover the many pleasures of Buenos Aires.

Tortillas Again? (2006)

For ten years, Alejandro has been playing the lottery religiously, playing the same numbers twice a week. Today, after buying the ticket, he stuffs it in his shirt pocket on his way home. Forgetting about the ticket, he throws the shirt in the washer. A comedy of errors follows as Alejandro finds out that his lottery ticket has the winning numbers, and he desperately searches for it to no avail. In the end, Alejandro realizes that he already had won the most important prize of all: his loving family.

Kick Off (2009)

Eight homeless people in Austria compete in a soccer game.

Secrets of the Village (2012)

Abbas and his wife live in a remote mountain cabin cut off from the world. One day he discovers a child and her mother hiding in the woods, and the woman exhibits a strange disease.

Santa Fe Marshal (1940)

Santa Fe Marshal is a 1940 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Harrison Jacobs. The film stars William Boyd, Russell Hayden, Marjorie Rambeau, Bernadene Hayes, Earle Hodgins, Britt Wood and Kenneth Harlan. The film was released on January 26, 1940, by Paramount Pictures.

Islands (2011)

Islands (Italian: Isole) is an Italian drama film released in 2011, directed by Stefano Chiantini and starring Asia Argento. The film was presented in world première at the Toronto International Film Festival 2011, then at the Festival de Cine Italiano in Madrid, at the London Italian Film Festival 2012 and at the Lavazza Italian Film Festival 2012 in Sydney.

The Great Hotel Murder (1935)

The Great Hotel Murder was a 1935 20th Century Fox film directed by Eugene Forde, based on Recipe for Murder a 1934 story by Vincent Starrett. The film starred Edmund Lowe and Victor McLaglen as rival sleuths, with supporting roles for Lynn Bari, Ernest Palmer (actor) and Madge Bellamy.

The Daughter of Dawn (1920)

The Daughter of Dawn is an 83-minute-long American silent film released in 1920. Between its production and restoration in 2012, it was shown only a few times — once in Los Angeles in 1920, and in Kansas City, Tulsa and a handful of other cities. On December 18, 2013, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

The Patron Saints (2011)

An offbeat look at the lives of the elderly.

The Drummond Will (2010)

The Drummond Will is a 2011 British comedy film directed by Alan Butterworth, starring Philip James and Mark Oosterveen, and written by Butterworth and Sam Forster. The film is a fusion of the theatrical style found in classic Ealing Comedies with modern British humour.

The Southern Cross (1992)

Filmmaker Patricio Guzmn makes a video diary of his trip to an island off the coast of Chile.

The Devil's Cleavage (1975)

A shady motel manager (Curt McDowell) becomes obsessed with a neglected wife (Ainslie Pryor).

Box of Buttons (2005)

Unable to afford presents for his daughter, a man shares a tale about a Spanish holiday tradition.

Richard the Second (2001)

Richard the Second is a 2001 American film adaptation of William Shakespeare's Richard II, directed by John Farrell.

Free China: The Courage to Believe (2013)

Free China: The Courage to Believe is a 2012 documentary film about the persecution of Falun Gong, starring Jennifer Zeng and Dr. Charles Lee.

Phobias (2003)

Horrific stories revolve around nightmares, a serial killer and a shady songwriter.

Finnsurf (2011)

Devoted surfers ride waves in the bone-chilling waters of the Baltic Sea.

Grand Exit (1935)

Grand Exit is a 1935 American detective mystery film with comedy elements, directed for Columbia Pictures by Erle C. Kenton, with screenplay by Bruce Manning and Lionel Houser, based on a story by Gene Towne and Graham Baker. The leads, in their second film together, are Edmund Lowe and Ann Sothern, with supporting players Onslow Stevens, Robert Middlemass and Wyrley Birch.

The Perfect Date (2010)

Two friends with different techniques for meeting women discover their limits when they meet Angle and Nathalie.

Not Quite Paradise (1985)

Not Quite Paradise is a 1985 British comedy-drama directed by Lewis Gilbert. It was originally released in Europe under the title Not Quite Jerusalem, adapted by Paul Kember from his 1982 play of the same name. It was filmed on two kibbutzim, Eilot and Grofit, as well as at the Mikveh Israel Agricultural School.

Legacy of Rage (1986)

Legacy of Rage is a 1986 Hong Kong action film directed by Ronny Yu, starring Brandon Lee, Michael Wong, Regina Kent and also features a cameo appearance by Bolo Yeung who appeared in Brandon's father, Bruce Lee's, last film Enter the Dragon. This was Brandon Lee's first leading role in a film and the only Hong Kong production he starred in.

We Are Modeselektor (2013)

Friends Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary bring their brand of techno music to fans all over the world.

Ombis: Alien Invasion (2013)

Not Human (also known under its working title Ombis: Alien Invasion) is a 2013 American science fiction film written, co-produced, and directed by Adam R. Steigert. The film stars Jason John Beebe and Sara Manzella, and had a premiere screening at the 2013 Scare-A-Con Film Festival.

On Tour (2010)

On Tour (French: Tournée) is a 2010 internationally co-produced comedy-drama film directed by Mathieu Amalric. It stars Amalric himself as a producer who brings an American Neo-Burlesque troupe to France, played by genuine performers Mimi Le Meaux, Kitten on the Keys, Dirty Martini, Julie Atlas Muz, Evie Lovelle and Roky Roulette. In a road movie narrative, the plot follows the troupe as they tour French port cities with their show, which was performed for actual audiences during the production. The inspiration for the film was a book by Colette about her experience from music halls in the early 20th century, and a part of Amalric's aim was to translate the sentiment of the book to a modern setting. The film premiered at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival where it won the FIPRESCI Award, the festival's main prize from film critics. Amalric also received the Best Director Award.

Cross-Country Romance (1940)

Cross-Country Romance is a 1940 American romantic comedy film starring Gene Raymond and Wendy Barrie. With the huge success of It Happened One Night, the 1934 American romantic comedy film directed by Frank Capra and starring Claudette Colbert and Clark Gable, every studio in Hollywood attempted to cash in with a similar storyline. In addition to this film, there was also Love on the Run (1936) from MGM, The Bride Came C.O.D. (1941) by Warner Bros.; even Columbia Pictures, which had made It Happened One Night, produced the musical remake Eve Knew Her Apples (1945).

Anotherworld (2008)

Monologues reveal the personal journeys of some Italian men, as they confront their homosexuality.

Drawing With Chalk (2009)

Two musicians try one last time to make it and get a record deal.

Robert Motherwell: Summer of 1971 (1972)

Motherwell examines his place in the abstract expressionist movement.

Frontier Investigator (1949)

Frontier Investigator is a 1949 American Western film directed by Fred C. Brannon and written by Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Roy Barcroft, Gail Davis, Robert Emmett Keane and Clayton Moore. The film was released on May 2, 1949, by Republic Pictures.

Lucky Christmas (2011)

A woman (Elizabeth Berkley) must retrieve her winning lottery ticket from the glove compartment of her stolen car.

She, A Chinese (2009)

This is the story of Mei, a young woman on a trip from East to West after her escape from her provincial Chinese village. Beginning in Chongqing and a disastrous factory job, Mei soon heads out for London and a marriage to an older man where her entrapment begins anew.

Jews & Money (2013)

Filmmaker Lewis Cohen examines a 2006 hate crime that revolves around a stereotype.

Boredom (2012)

Filmmaker Albert Nerenberg explores what makes people so weird.

Insan Jaag Utha (1959)

Insan Jaag Utha is a 1959 Hindi film, produced and directed by Shakti Samanta, and written by Nabendu Ghosh and Vrajendra Gaur, based on a story by Saroj Mitra. The film stars Sunil Dutt, Madhubala, Nasir Hussain, Bipin Gupta and Madan Puri in lead roles. It has music by Sachin Dev Burman, with lyrics by Shailendra.

Dark Is the Night (1945)

Dark Is the Night is a 1945 Soviet war film directed by Boris Barnet.

The Skin Game (1931)

The Skin Game (1931) is a British feature film by Alfred Hitchcock, based on a play by John Galsworthy and produced by British International Pictures. The story revolves around two rival families, the Hillcrists and the Hornblowers, and the disastrous results of the feud between them. After being thought to be in the public domain for decades, the film's rights were obtained by French media company Canal+ in 2005. A restored and remastered print of the film was released on DVD by Lionsgate Home Entertainment in 2007.

Otaku (1994)

Manga and anime obesession have an impact on Japanese society.

Hipster Holocaust (2012)

After being kicked out of a mansion party, two strange men take revenge on the guests with a roll of duct tape and a switchblade.

Lust For Vengeance (2001)

Four women, friends since childhood, learn that a person with whom they shared a deep, dark secret has murdered someone and may be after them next.

Beats of Freedom (2009)

Poland's history of rock music and independence.