In 2009, Cleveland police discovered the bodies of eleven women decomposing in the house and yard of known sex offender Anthony Sowell. With unprecedented access to the surviving victims, UNSEEN tells a chilling story about the invisibility of women on the margins of society and raises troubling questions about why this killing spree went unnoticed for so long.
Terrifier is a 2016 American slasher film written, co-produced, edited, and directed by Damien Leone and starring David Howard Thornton, Jenna Kanell, and Catherine Corcoran. It is based on Leone's short film of the same name which was featured in his anthology All Hallows' Eve. It premiered at the Telluride Horror Show Film Festival in 2016 before being picked up by Dread Central Presents and Epic Pictures for a limited 2018 release. In February 2019, Damien Leone stated that a sequel for Terrifier is in production, the film’s script having already been made
Neat: The Story of Bourbon (2018)
NEAT dives into the rich and storied world of bourbon. Exploring its colorful history, charismatic characters, and uniquely American process, the film is a celebration of the artistry that makes America’s only native spirit.
Full Speed (2016)
A family's summer road trip turns treacherous when the new car's cruise control gets stuck at 80 miles per hour.
Everyday Heroes (2017)
Five children go about their lives while staying in a hospital.
The Silent Child (2017)
The Silent Child is a British sign-languaged short film written by and starring Rachel Shenton and directed by Chris Overton, and released in 2017 by Slick Films. It tells the story of Libby, a profoundly deaf four-year-old girl, who lives a silent life until a social worker, played by Shenton, teaches her how to communicate through sign language. The film won the Oscar for Live Action Short Film at the 90th Academy Awards.
The Light of Hope (2017)
In 1942, French authorities order the Maternity of Elna, a group dedicated to helping mothers and their babies survive in internment camps, to close. Its director and collaborators do everything they can to prevent this from happening.
ABCD (Any Body Can Dance) (2013)
ABCD: Anybody Can Dance is a 2013 Indian 3D dance drama film directed and choreographed by choreographer Remo D'Souza and produced by Siddharth Roy Kapur and Ronnie Screwvala. The film stars Prabhu Deva, Ganesh Acharya and Kay Kay Menon in lead roles. The participants of Dance India Dance appear in supporting roles. Along with the Tamil and Telugu dubbed versions titled Aadalam Boys Chinnatha Dance and ABCD respectively. The film, made at a budget of Rs 120 million, was released worldwide in 3D on 8 February 2013 to mostly positive reviews from critics. A sequel titled ABCD 2 was released on 19 June 2015.
Shining Moon (2016)
A jobless gay actor is offered the dream role of a lifetime in a feature film, but he must play an elderly drag. He will be forced to overcome his fears and prejudices to understand better himself and the others.
My Year with Helen (2017)
Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark campaigns for UN secretary-general.
Pipe Dream (2015)
Two teens stumble on a stash of weed during a statewide crackdown on drugs. As they are pursued by a passionate police chief, they come under the misguidance of an older brother.
10000 Years Later (2015)
10000 Years Later is a 2015 Chinese animated epic action fantasy film directed by Yi Li. It was released on March 27, 2015.
Knife Skills (2017)
Knife Skills is a 2017 American documentary film directed by Thomas Lennon. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject at the 90th Academy Awards.
And the Winner Isn't (2017)
Geoffrey Moore and his daughter Ambra travel around Hollywood to find out what it takes to become an Academy Award winner.
The View from Here (2017)
Bay Area Chef, Mark Matheson has everything he ever wanted: A Restaurant of his own, the love of his girlfriend, Gillian and the respect of the culinary community. But in the wake of bad press and personal demons returning to haunt him, Mark struggles to hold onto everything. Before he can be called great, he'll have to learn to be okay, again.
Clancy Once Again (2017)
Rejoin the lives of Nick, Walter, Avery, Chief Payne, Kelly, and a few new players.
King Charles (2017)
A corrupt DEA agent does everything he can to catch a drug kingpin.
Christmas Connection (2017)
Sydney is tasked with looking after Leah, an unaccompanied minor. After Leah is safely delivered, Sydney finds a package Leah left behind and decides to deliver it. When she misses her connection, she is invited to spend the holidays with them.
Sat Shri Akaal England (2017)
Major German Singh Mann, like any other typical Punjabi youngster dreams 24x7 about migrating to foreign lands. After umpteen futile attempts to migrate to his dream country England, he seeks the expertise of a local agent Boota Singh, who advises him to get married to a British girl Geet Kahlon to get through.
Major German Singh Mann falls for the “fake marriage” and soon moves to England. Bigger surprise awaits German when he finds out that Geet and her boyfriend Ricky are in the 'marriage of convenience' business. Even more that they are a happy couple and soon to be married themselves.
Soon enough, U.K. Immigration come knocking on their door as they suspect a fraud marriage. What follows is a series of lies to avoid prison... they have 15 days to ‘fake’ in love OR spend 3 years in a British jail.
Chonda Pierce: Enough (2017)
Coming out of the hit Fathom Event and best-selling DVD, Laughing In The Dark, Chonda continues her journey – and the journey of every woman – in a new documentary release simply titled Enough.
It is Chonda’s prayer that the new film will help women move forward from their past, to connect or re-connect with themselves. And through a discovery of who they are in Christ, they can learn that the pieces of their lives can be put back together again. It’s a film of great hope and encouragement, with Chonda’s usual quick wit and incomparable story telling weaved throughout.
Think about it. Today more than ever, it seems that women from every walk are feeling socially disconnected, despite the insane amount of conversation and connection taking place on social media spaces — some say it’s really only an illusion of being connected.
Imagine. Enough in nearly 1,000 theaters in April, a gathering of over 150,000 women sharing many of the same life experiences, laughing, crying and cheering with Chonda. It could be the start of women reaching out to other women, becoming a true friend, connecting to God in a new way or maybe even for the very first time.
Ultimately, it’s Chonda’s hope that the film will show that Christ is THE “enough”, and propel women (and a few brave men) of any age, to begin a new, more fulfilling life journey.
Cinderella the Cat (2017)
Cinderella the Cat (Italian: Gatta Cenerentola) is a 2017 Italian animated film directed by Alessandro Rak (who previously directed The Art of Happiness), Ivan Cappiello, Marino Guarnieri and Dario Sansone, loosely based on the Giambattista Basile's fable of the same name and Roberto De Simone's musical La Gatta Cenerentola. The plot is set in a decaying future Naples and concerns a mysterious mute teenager called Mia, who struggles to escape from the Camorra boss Salvatore Lo Giusto and her vicious stepmother Angelica.
It was screened at the 74th Venice International Film Festival in the Horizon Prize section, and was released in Italian cinemas on September 14, 2017. It was among the fourteen films shortlisted to be the Italian entry for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 90th Academy Awards, but was not selected.
An aspiring writer encounters something terrifying while looking after his sister's house.
Silver Woods (2017)
When a local park ranger warns a group of friends to stay out of the woods they can’t resist. Soon they learn just how dark some secrets can be.
Double Echo (2017)
A former cop agrees to help his wealthy employer rescue his kidnapped daughter without involving the police.
You, Me and Him (2017)
You, Me and Him is a British Romantic comedy film written and directed by Daisy Aitkens, released in 2017. Its early title was Fish Without Bicycles.
On Christmas Eve, two sisters sharing a Venice apartment are targeted by a brutal gang of criminals.
The Blacksmith (2017)
In this 2017 epic comeback of the iconic Pinoy hero, Coco Martin plays the grandson of the original Panday whose life will suddenly turn upside down when he realizes that his bloodline is destined to save humanity from the evil doings of Lizardo.
Lizardo (Jake Cuenca), the immortal evil nemesis of Panday, comes back from the world of darkness to once again bring havoc to the human race. With Flavio III not knowing that his bloodline is the only one capable of destroying Lizardo, he will have to scour different worlds to be able to gain the trust of the mythical power of the legendary sword.
And like the original beloved hero, Flavio III gets to meet various characters that will help him become the rightful heir to the revered name Ang Panday.
Worpswede, northern Germany, 1900. From the moment they meet, Paula Becker and Otto Modersohn sense a special connection. Their shared passion for painting grows into a great love. They marry, but the life they lead as a couple is far removed from the conventions of their time. It’s a relationship rendered in rich colors and bold strokes, and which bears battle scars. In fact, it’s just like the art of this young woman who boldly seizes life and who will go down in art history as Paula Modersohn-Becker. Against all odds, she lives out her vision of artistic self-fulfillment and her romantic image of marriage and love.
The Crucifixion (2017)
American reporter Nicole (Cookson) travels to investigate the possible murder of Sister Marinescu, sadistically crucified by a priest to vanquish a demon. As Nicole uncovers the weird tales behind this horrific incident, disturbing events reveal that the demon is still lurking nearby, seeking a new human host.
The Hitman Never Dies (2017)
Bizarre assassins come together to unravel a dead man's blackmail secrets.
Catching Feelings (2018)
Catching Feelings is a film written and directed by Kagiso Lediga. Set in a chic and middle class Johannesburg - it is a tale of how life, love and art intersect in uncontrollable ways. Catching Feelings follows a jaded academic and his journalist wife, who have their lives turned upside down when a celebrated and hedonistic older writer unexpectedly moves into their urban Johannesburg home with them.
Marie-Francine is a 2017 French comedy film directed by Valérie Lemercier.
Adhu Vera Idhu Vera (2014)
The trials and tribulations of a young man who comes to the city to become a don.
Kadhal Sadugudu (2003)
Kadhal Sadugudu is a 2003 Tamil family drama film written and directed by Durai, starring Vikram, Priyanka Trivedi and Prakash Raj in the leading roles. The film released in April 2003 to poor reviews and became a Box Office Flop. A Telugu dubbed version titled Sivudu released in 2004, which too failed to become a success.
A woman seeks a new life after 25 years in prison but finds herself lured back into the underworld.
The Tail Job (2017)
A man hires a bumbling taxi driver to follow his cheating fiancée, leading to a wild goose chase through Sydney and a confrontation with a deadly gangster.
Friends Don't Let Friends (2017)
A fast paced horror thriller about a group of friends who come together to bury a body. With tensions running high the group come to a terrifying conclusion. Four people can keep a secret, if three of them are dead...
Painted Woman (2017)
In 1899, Julie Richards has lived a life of abuse and prostitution, landing her at the feet of Kyle Allison. As her time with Allison is coming to a dangerous close, Julie is given two chances of escape, with two very different men.
All is not what it seems when Lucy and Dane conspire a breakout from their mythical island cells.
Cafe Nagler (2016)
Filmmaker Mor Kaplansky embarks on a journey to reveal the story behind the legendary Café Nagler, owned by her family during the 1920s in Berlin.
Poor, But Honest! (1973)
Poor But Honest is a 1973 Mexican comedy film directed by Fernando Cortés and starring María Elena Velasco, Fernando Soler and Norma Lazareno. It was made at the Estudios América. It was one of a series of films featuring Velasco as the comic character La India María.
Winter's Dream (2018)
When a former ski champion re-enters the competitive world after a 16-year-old downhill racer asks for help, she finds a new love and reawakens an old passion.
Fade Away (2016)
In a city where the high school drop out rate is at its highest, a pre-destined path of murder, crime, and drug trafficking seems to be the only way of life for teenagers growing up in Liberty City. Kenny, a young basketball star, is one of the few teens that breaks away from the social constraints by dismissing the peer pressure of joining a gang. Kenny accepts a scholarship to play college basketball at one of the states top universities. However, after a series of unfortunate events, his college career is cut short and Kenny finds himself back at square one. With employment opportunities being very scarce, Kenny finds himself straying down a dangerous path from which he may never return.
Where Love Found Me (2016)
A selfish young filmmaker ventures into the streets of the fourth world to document crime, but instead forms a relationship with a street kid and decides instead of just documenting, he wants to help.
Muna's love for her husband, Imoh, is put to the test when an accident lands him in a deep coma and a new man walks into her life.
Thirst Street (2017)
Thirst Street is an American-French comedy drama romance film directed by Nathan Silver, from a screenplay by Silver and C. Mason Wells. It stars Lindsay Burdge, Damien Bonnard, Esther Garrel, Lola Bessis, Jacques Nolot, Françoise Lebrun, Cindy Silver and Valerie Laury.
It had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 21, 2017. It is scheduled to be released on September 20, 2017, by Samuel Goldwyn Films.
Alex, Listen to your Heart (2018)
Alex has given up on love until his heart calls him on a phone to convince him otherwise.
Agadbam is a Marathi film released on 8 October 2010. This film is directed by Satish Motling and produced by Trupti Bhoir.
This Old Machine (2017)
Vint is in a troubled marriage. After taking a road trip with his wife they are abducted leaving Vint for dead and his wife missing. Months later he awakens from a coma, returns home and starts to get his life back in order. Mia his young sister-in-law moves in to take care of him as he recovers. After evidence comes forth and authorities have long given up. The two team up and return to the small town where his wife was last seen. They are led down a violent rabbit-hole where they might not find out the truth behind her disappearance.
Hikers disturb a nest of vampires deep in the forest.
Fake Tattoos (2018)
Fake Tattoos is a Canadian drama film, directed by Pascal Plante and released in 2017. The film stars Anthony Therrien as Theo, a young loner who meets and falls in love with Mag at a rock concert.
Tonight She Comes (2017)
After a girl goes missing, two of her friends and several strangers are drawn to the cabin where she disappeared. They laugh, drink and kiss before they all must die.
Knights of the Damned (2017)
After a deadly Dragon relentlessly attacks his kingdom, a King sends four of his best Knights on a quest to defeat the beast that has been terrorizing his subjects and besieging his castle. Along the way, the Knights will encounter beautiful, but malicious creatures all determined to halt them in their tracks. As they journey across the kingdom on their seemingly impossible journey, the Knights’ courage, comradeship, and bravery will be stretched to the limits. Do they have what it takes to uncover the mysterious truth behind their quest and slay the dragon that is trying to destroy their kingdom?
Birds Without Names (2017)
Birds Without Names is a 2017 Japanese drama film directed by Kazuya Shiraishi. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.
7 Virgins (2005)
7 Virgins (Spanish: 7 vírgenes) is a 2006 Spanish crime film directed by Alberto Rodríguez. Tano, a teenager who is currently in jail, gets a 48 hour window in order to attend his brothers wedding. When 16-year-old Tano gets out, he meets up with his best friend Richi. In the 48 hours, he does everything he is not supposed to do, without a care in the world. At the end of the two days, he realized everything in his life has changed and it has matured him.
Ze film (2005)
A poor young man who has dreams of being a director takes equipment he needs to shoot his own film from a movie set.
Hakim wants his 10-year-old son Ali to become a doctor. However, he faces backlash from his family and neighbors who want Ali to become a scholar of the holy Quran. Things change after Hakim's sister arrives.
A wealthy developer tries to remove settlers from his new property, leading to dire consequences.
Super Detention (2016)
When five superhero teens are hauled into detention at their secret training academy, they have to work together to stop a sinister villain from stealing the other students' powers.
Kingdom of Us (2017)
Lucy Cohen follows a mother and her seven children as they experience the grief of their father's suicide. She records their hardships as they attempt to recover emotionally and financially.
Tracking Edith (2017)
A documentary about the renowned photographer, about a spy with a conscience and hidden secrets in a family.
After being whisked away to Los Angeles by a handsome Hollywood star, Katie is left alone in his apartment, where strange and scary things begin to happen.
The rent is high but the body count is higher in PSYCHOTIC!, the suspenseful psychedelic slasher that follows a group of hard-partying Brooklyn hipsters as they're stalked and savagely murdered by a masked maniac known as the Bushwick Party Killer.
It's up to struggling artists Tim and Stuart to figure out who keeps killing the life of the party. Blood-soaked mayhem ensues as our heroes barely make the rent on time, search for love (in all the wrong places), and try to salvage their friendship - all while trying to unravel the mystery and stay one step ahead of the next massacre.
Three American guys who can't catch a break head to Europe to party at the world's hottest club, dodging gangsters and soccer hooligans the entire way.
Den man älskar (2007)
A woman's world is turned upside down when her abusive ex-husband is released from prison.
Sadako 2 3D (2013)
Sadako 3D 2 (貞子3D2) is a 2013 Japanese supernatural horror film directed by Tsutomu Hanabusa and the sequel to 2012's Sadako 3D.
Deep Blood (1990)
Deep Blood, also known as Sharks and Sangue negli abissi, is a 1989 Italian sharksploitation drama.
$100,000 for a Killing (1967)
Per 100.000 dollari ti ammazzo (literally I will kill you for 100,000 dollars or 100,000 dollars for killing you, internationally released as Vengeance is Mine, For One Hundred Thousand Dollars for a Killing and One Hundred Thousand Dollars Per Killing) is a 1967 Italian Spaghetti Western film. It represents the directorial debut film of Giovanni Fago (here credited as Sidney Lean). On the set of this film Gianni Garko got to know Susanna Martinkova, a Czechoslovakian actress at her debut in an Italian production, who little later married the actor and had a daughter with him.
Balu sacrifices his love for being devoted to his uncle and marries his pregnant daughter.
Selfie from Hell (2018)
A woman scours the internet for information after her cousin comes down with a mysterious illness. She uncovers a dark secret found only on the deep web.
The Akron Holy War (2017)
The Akron Holy War is a feature film documentary about the storied football rivalry between two Akron, Ohio parochial high school football powerhouses and the city that embraces them.
Aamne Samne (1982)
Aamne Samne is a 1982 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Ashim Samanta and starring Mithun Chakraborty in a dual role, alongside Bindiya Goswami, Aarti Gupta, Tarun Ghosh, Dinesh Thakur, Kamal Kapoor and Leela Mishra in important roles.
Sealed Cargo (2015)
Sealed Cargo (Spanish: Carga Sellada) is a 2015 Bolivian drama film directed by Julia Vargas-Weise. It was selected as the Bolivian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 89th Academy Awards but it was not nominated.
Mad Genius (2018)
Mad genius and hacker, Mason Wells (Chris Mason, ''Pretty Little Liars : The Perfectionists'') has a mission to “hack the human mind” in order to save humanity, but first must reconcile his multiple alter egos. His most threatening alter ego, Finn (Scott Mechlowicz, Euro Trip) pushes Mason to do whatever is necessary to accomplish their mission including theft, bribery and intimidation.
As their mission reaches the brink of danger, they become hunted by a nihilistic madman named Eden after they steal his technology and discover that he is working on the exact same project that they are. Ultimately, Mason discovers the only way to defeat Eden may be the ultimate hack, one he never thought imaginable.
How Radio Isn't Done (2017)
Radio DJ and Negativland member Don Joyce took the idea of reshaping previously recorded words and ran with it to an extent and depth never before heard and never equaled.
A suicidal war veteran finds like-minded souls in a surf therapy program that helps traumatized soldiers heal while riding the waves.
The Rocket (2018)
“The Rocket" is a small town story inspired by true events, about a high school football star who suffers a severe head injury and loses his entire life plan. The heaviness of a broken relationship with his father, and losing the identity of "football star" push him to seek a new way to prove himself. Restricted from playing any sports and despite being an unlikely runner, the cross country coach brings the young man aboard his high school team out of necessity, and through much struggle, doubt, and determination, he finds a new way to push towards greatness.
With colorful characters, youthful insights, and nostalgic storytelling, "The Rocket" brings together the elements of family, loss, failure, and redemption. The entire story is based on real characters and events that took place in the mid-west in 1999.
Absolute Vow (2017)
In 1000 B.C., a virgin ponders life as she prepares to be sacrificed.
The Nothing Factory (2017)
The Nothing Factory (Portuguese: A Fábrica de Nada) is a 2017 Portuguese drama film directed by Pedro Pinho. It was screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. At Cannes in won the FIPRESCI Prize.
An American Home: Frank Lloyd Wright's B. Harley Bradley House (2017)
Frank Lloyd Wright redefines architecture when he designs the B. Harley Bradley House in Kankakee, Ill.
Sun, Sand & Romance (2017)
Kate and Eric head to Cancun for a vacation. Upon arrival, Eric leaves Kate to her own devices time and again to pursue an opportunity. Luckily, Shep, the resort's activities director, is more than willing to help fill her time with adventure.
Red Dog: True Blue (2016)
Red Dog: True Blue is a 2016 Australian family comedy film directed by Kriv Stenders, written by Daniel Taplitz and starring Jason Isaacs, Levi Miller and Bryan Brown. It is a prequel to the 2011 film Red Dog, detailing the early days of the Pilbara Wanderer.
Insatiable: The Homaro Cantu Story (2017)
A portrait of Chicago chef and molecular gastronomist Homaro Cantu, who reimagined space cuisine, cooked with lasers and experimented with "miracle berries."
Mañana no te olvides (2017)
A young man with Down syndrome forms a special bond with his grandfather as he deals with Alzheimer's.
Dreamworks How to Train Your Dragon Legends (2010)
Adventures with Hiccup, Toothless and the other dragon trainers.
The Bad Guys (2018)
During a return trip to his childhood home, a filmmaker is confronted by the now-grown ensemble of his old friends - none of whom are aware that he intends to make his fortune off the shared childhood trauma that splintered them apart.
The Encore of Tony Duran (2011)
A man hits rock bottom and has to rebound from the brink.
GI Jews: Jewish Americans in World War II (2018)
The history of the 550,000 Jewish men and women who served in World War II.
Años después (2012)
Andrs discovers that his grandfather Justin, whom he had long believed dead, still lives in Spain and has not heard of his daughter Clara, who left for Mexico. Andrs' discovery results in the reunion between father and daughter.
Barrio Universitario (2013)
Romance blooms amid a robotics competition between a small tech center and a top Chilean university.
Members of Chile's natural disaster preparedness and response agency uncover a wealthy businessman's diabolical plot to separate Chile from South America by triggering a massive earthquake.
People around the world become shoe shiners to make a living.
Windstruck (Hangul: 내 여자친구를 소개합니다; lit. "Let me introduce (you to) my girlfriend") is a 2004 South Korean romantic comedy. It stars Jun Ji-hyun, Jang Hyuk, and was directed by Kwak Jae-yong. The film held its premiere in Hong Kong, attended by Jang and Jun, on 28 May 2004, being the first Korean film to do so. It was released on June 3, 2004 by CJ Entertainment and ran at 123 minutes.
Weekends in Normandy (original title: Week-ends) is a 2014 French film directed by Anne Villacèque. It stars Karin Viard, Noémie Lvovsky, Jacques Gamblin and Ulrich Tukur.
El fuego inolvidable (2014)
A student and a journalist take to the internet to organize a movement to solve Mexico's rampant violence, but federal agents mistake them for a terrorist group.
Dangerous Game (2017)
A footballer is forced into a life of crime to help clear his best friend from a gambling debt owed to gangsters.