Misdeal (1928)

Misdeal (French: Maldone) is a 1928 French silent drama film directed by Jean Grémillon and starring Charles Dullin, Marcelle Dullin and Geymond Vital. The film's sets were designed by art director André Barsacq. The film tells the story of a wealthy young man flees from his family's estate, and finds employment as a canal worker. He falls in love with a gypsy girl, but when a death in the family requires him to return home and run his estate, he marries a neighbor's daughter. Years later, he becomes obsessed with his old lover after a chance meeting.

Rainbow's End (1935)

Rainbow's End is a 1935 American Western film directed by Norman Spencer.

Three Secrets (1950)

Three Secrets is a 1950 film directed by Robert Wise and released by Warner Bros. It stars Eleanor Parker, Ruth Roman and Patricia Neal.

Soul Hustler (1973)

Soul Hustler is a 1973 American feature film starring Fabian as a preacher. It is also known as The Day the Lord Got Busted.

Vakvagany (2002)

After purchasing Hungarian home movies, filmmaker Ben Meade becomes fascinated by the footage, taken between 1948 and 1964. Superficially innocuous, the family's films hint at darker undercurrents, with images suggesting child molestation and the father's ambiguous involvement with fleeing Jews in World War II. Curious, Meade comes to Budapest to find the grown children in the footage. He tracks down an alcoholic man and his sister, who refuse to talk to him.

Heart, Beating in the Dark (2005)

Heart, Beating in the Dark is a 2005 film directed by Japanese director Shunichi Nagasaki, partly a remake and partly a sequel to his 1982 film of the same name.

Tout ce que tu possèdes (2012)

All That You Possess (French: Tout ce que tu possèdes) is a Canadian drama film, released in 2012. Written and directed by Bernard Émond, the film stars Patrick Drolet as Pierre Leduc, a doctoral student and university lecturer in Quebec City who dreams of abandoning his academic career to translate the poetry of Edward Stachura. The film garnered three nominations at the 1st Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Director and Best Original Screenplay nods for Émond and Best Actor for Drolet.

God's Army (2000)

God's Army is a 2000 film. It was written, directed by and features Richard Dutcher. It is an independent film and was financed by private investors.

Not My Kid (1985)

Not My Kid is a 1985 American made-for-television drama film directed by Michael Tuchner, which was based on a 1984 book of the same name by Beth Polson and Miller Newton. The movie aired on CBS in the United States, and had a VHS release both there and in the United Kingdom, with ITC handling distribution rights.

Dead Girls (1990)

Someone tries to make the members (Diana Karanikas, Angela Eads) of a rock group live up to their name, Dead Girls.

Mrs. Carey's Concert (2011)

A high-school musical director puts on a concert every five years at the Sydney Opera House and insists that all 1,200 girls participate in the performances.

Harishchandrachi Factory (2010)

Harishchandrachi Factory is a 2009 Marathi film, directed by Paresh Mokashi, depicting the struggle of Dadasaheb Phalke in making Raja Harishchandra in 1913: India's first feature film, the birth of Indian cinema.

Le brasier ardent (1923)

Elle is unhappy with her husband and tries to seduce a man he resists her attentions, and she stays with her husband.

Taken By Storm: The Art Of Storm Thorgerson And Hipgnosis (2011)

Artist Storm Thorgerson has designed some of rock music's most iconic album covers, including Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon."

The Sleepless (2012)

When he falls in love, a professional wrestler (Shawn Andrews) with mob connections tries to change his violent lifestyle.

Brandbilen som försvann (1993)

Brandbilen som försvann is a 1993 Swedish police film about Martin Beck, directed by Hajo Gies.

Love Her Madly (2000)

Three obsessed men are suspects in the murder of a sexy college coed.

The Search for the Evil One (1967)

A hunter (Lee Patterson) of Nazis finds a castle in Argentina where Hitler and his gang are planning a fourth reich.

The Blue Yonder (1985)

The Blue Yonder is a 1985 American science-fiction adventure film. It was directed by Mark Rosman, written by Mark Rosman, produced by Alan Shapiro and Annette Handley, and starred Peter Coyote, Huckleberry Fox, Art Carney, Dennis Lipscomb and Joe Flood.

Dark Amazon (2014)

A documentary film crew travels into the Amazon jungle after a cure for cancer is found. They are busy filming the researchers when they come under attack by physical and supernatural forces.

Carol for Another Christmas (1964)

A Carol for Another Christmas is a 1964 American television film, scripted by Rod Serling as a modernization of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol and a plea for global cooperation. It was the first in a planned series of television specials developed to promote the United Nations and educate viewers about its mission. Originally televised on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) network on December 28, 1964, it was not shown again for 48 years, until Turner Classic Movies (TCM) broadcast it on December 16, 2012.

Bebo's Girl (1964)

La ragazza di Bube is a 1963 Italian crime film drama directed by Luigi Comencini and starring Claudia Cardinale and George Chakiris. In terms of plot the film is a relatively faithful adaptation of Carlo Cassola’s 1960 novel La ragazza di Bube; but its atmosphere is distinctly different, as the protagonists Mara and Bube, adolescents in the book, are interpreted here as young adults. The film was nominated for a Golden Bear Award at the 14th Berlin International Film Festival and won best production at the David di Donatello Awards. Claudia Cardinale was awarded the Nastro d'Argento for Best Actress (Migliore Attrice Protagonista) by the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists for her performance in the role of as Mara. The film was released in the United States in 1964 with the title Bebo's Girl.

The Golden Touch (1935)

The Golden Touch is a Walt Disney Silly Symphony cartoon made in 1935. The story is based on the Greek myth of King Midas, albeit with a medieval setting.

RFK (2002)

RFK is a 2002 American television film directed by Robert Dornhelm. It takes place through the eyes of Robert F. Kennedy after his brother John F. Kennedy's assassination in 1963. As he lives through the loss, he starts to identify himself as a political figure, not just the former President's brother. He makes it official with a Presidential bid in 1968 to what he says was to "save the Democratic Party." During his campaign, in which the American people showed great support for him, RFK was shot and killed by Sirhan Sirhan.

The Miners' Hymns (2010)

Bill Morrison creates a portrait of a vanished way of life in a community in northeastern England.

Pandemonium (1982)

Pandemonium is a 1982 comedy film spoofing horror movies. It had an ensemble cast including Eileen Brennan, Phil Hartman, Tab Hunter, Carol Kane, David Lander, Eve Arden, Paul Reubens, and Tom Smothers. The film went into production under the working title of Thursday the 12th, and was the last feature in which Arden appeared.

The Round and Round (2002)

An Oklahoma state senator (Robert Knott) tries to pass a law that bans cockfighting.

The Game (1988)

A father (Joseph Campanella) and son (Craig Alan) bust a cartel of bigwigs who play war games using real people.

Behind the Front (1926)

Behind the Front is a 1926 silent film war comedy directed by Eddie Sutherland and starring Wallace Beery and Raymond Hatton. It was produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures.A surviving film at George Eastman House and UCLA Film & Tv.

Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai (2000)

Kaho Naa...Pyaar Hai is a 2000 Indian romantic drama-thriller film, written and directed by Rakesh Roshan. It marks the debuts of his son Hrithik Roshan and Ameesha Patel. The film featured Hrithik in a double role as characters Rohit and Raj. This film is partial remake of Kannada film Ratha Sapthami

Behind the Wall (1971)

Jan (Zbigniew Zapasiewicz), a driven young assistant professor in a university chemistry department, spends nearly his every waking hour teaching, studying, and preparing for his next step, becoming a full professor. Frustrated science writer Anna (Maja Komorowska) comes to Jan for professional advice but ends up revealing her personal anguish. The preoccupied and indifferent Jan doesn't understand the depth of Anna's troubles until she makes a more dramatic statement about them.

Rosie the Riveter (1944)

Rosie the Riveter is a 1944 American film directed by Joseph Santley and starring Jane Frazee.

Kojak: None So Blind (1990)

Inspector Kojak (Telly Savalas) ties a love-and-money murder plot to a chain-store tycoon (Rip Torn) and a mobster (Jerry Orbach).

Nacho Mountain (2009)

Keefer competes against other locals in an illegal eating competition.

Urban Explorers: Into the Darkness (2007)

Urban Explorers: Into the Darkness is a documentary film about urban exploration directed by Melody Gilbert.

Together & Alone (1998)

People live on the dark fringes of Hollywood.

Unnatural Causes (2008)

Clean Break is a 2008 American film starring Tara Reid, Angus Macfadyen, and Colm Meaney. It was released in a few European markets in 2008 and in the United States on July 3, 2012 under the title Unnatural Causes.

Border Outlaws (1950)

A bounty of $1,000 is offered for the Phantom Rider who has been smuggling narcotics.

Border Romance (1929)

Border Romance is a 1929 American Pre-Code romantic western film directed by Richard Thorpe. It stars Armida, Don Terry, Marjorie Kane, and Victor Potel.

Border Wolves (1938)

Border Wolves is a 1938 American Western film directed by Joseph H. Lewis and written by Norton S. Parker. The film stars Bob Baker, Constance Moore, Fuzzy Knight, Dick Jones, Willie Fung, Oscar O'Shea and Frank Campeau. The film was released on February 25, 1938, by Universal Pictures.

Disc Jockey (1951)

Disc Jockey is a 1951 American film.

Sword of Heaven (1985)

A Japanese cop/martial arts expert is on vacation in Los Angeles when he receives an ancient samurai sword with mystical powers. Utilizing the power of the sword, he breaks up an extortion ring operated by a corrupt cop and a ruthless commando.

The Sinister Saga of Making 'The Stunt Man' (2000)

Filmmaker Richard Rush describes making and releasing his 1980 film, "The Stunt Man."

Kadhalil Sodhappuvadhu Yeppadi (2012)

A boy falls in and out of love with the same girl, over and over again, before finally reuniting with her.

First Action Hero (1994)

First Action Hero is a cult 1994 film starring Fabio Testi as Tony Fierro with Ron Nummi as Hoagy and directed by Nini Grassia. It has the alternative Italian name Il Burattinaio.

A Light in the Forest (2003)

A Light in the Forest is a 2003 film directed by John Carl Buechler, an adaptation of Frank Latino's award-winning children's book, The Legend of Hollyboy. It stars Lindsay Wagner.

The Day He Arrives (2011)

The Day He Arrives (Hangul: 북촌 방향; Hanja: 北村 方向; RR: Bukchon Banghyang; lit. "In the direction of Bukchon" or "Bukchon-bound") is a 2011 South Korean drama film written and directed by Hong Sang-soo. The film is in black and white. It premiered on 19 May 2011 in the Un Certain Regard section of the 64th Cannes Film Festival. The film received 45,223 admissions on its domestic release.

Apprehension (1982)

Apprehension (German: Die Beunruhigung) is a 1982 East German drama film written and directed by Lothar Warneke and starring Christine Schorn. The film was entered into the main competition at the 39th edition of the Venice Film Festival.

Guilt by Association (2002)

A woman (Mercedes Ruehl) and her family suffer severe consequences when she is unjustly caught in the web of mandatory sentencing laws.

Forgotten Prisoners: The Amnesty Files (1990)

Amnesty International sends a professor (Ron Silver) and a lawyer (Hctor Elizondo) to fight for human rights of prisoners in Turkey.

Boss of Boomtown (1944)

Boss of Boomtown is a 1944 Western film directed by Ray Taylor. It stars Rod Cameron, Tom Tyler and Fuzzy Knight.

Boss of Bullion City (1940)

Boss of Bullion City is a 1940 Western film starring Johnny Mack Brown. Maria Montez appears as the female lead. It was the first time she played a leading role and was the only one of her film roles where she speaks some Spanish.

Cherry (1999)

A young woman (Shalom Harlow) left at the altar swears off men until she decides she wants to have a baby.

Game of Death II (1981)

Game of Death II is a 1981 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Ng See-yuen starring Bruce Lee, Tong Lung, Huong Cheng Li and Roy Horan. This film was marketed as a sequel to Bruce Lee's last and only partially completed film Game of Death. Bruce Lee died some years before the production of Game of Death II and most of his scenes are taken from Lee's older films; mostly from Enter the Dragon. Aside from the International English dub giving the "Bruce Lee" character the name "Billy Lo", this movie would seem to have no connection with Robert Clouse's film.

Swirl (2003)

A white woman falls in love with her lifelong friend, a black man who resists the idea of an interracial romance.

Cold Trail (2006)

Cold Trail (Icelandic: Köld slóð) is a 2006 Icelandic film directed by Birni Brynjúlfi Björnssyni.

Silent Witness (1985)

Silent Witness is a 1985 American television film starring Valerie Bertinelli and John Savage, directed by Michael Miller. It premiered on October 14, 1985 on NBC and is based on a true rape case in Massachusetts.

Island Of Grace (2009)

Three co-workers have to learn to rely on each other after they survive a plane crash on a remote island.

Unacceptable Levels (2013)

Unacceptable Levels is a 2013 documentary film about the widespread use of artificial chemicals and their effects on the natural environment and human health.

The Swindlers (1959)

I magliari (internationally released as The Magliari) is a 1959 Italian drama film directed by Francesco Rosi. The film won the silver ribbon for best cinematography. In 2008 it was selected to enter the list of the 100 Italian films to be saved.

Gidget Grows Up (1969)

Gidget Grows Up is a 1969 American television film directed by James Sheldon with stars Karen Valentine, Edward Mulhare and Paul Petersen as well as alphabetically listed special guest stars Warner Anderson, Bob Cummings, Nina Foch and Paul Lynde. Freely adapted from the novel Gidget Goes New York by Frederick Kohner, the film premiered on ABC on December 30, 1969, and was intended as a pilot for a possible new Gidget series, possibly a sequel to the 1960s sitcom Gidget.

For 80 Days (2010)

As young people in a more-repressive era, Axun and Maite never allowed their relationship to develop, then they meet again 50 years later.

Dead or Alive 2: Birds (2000)

Dead or Alive 2: Birds (DEAD OR ALIVE 2 逃亡者) is a 2000 Japanese film directed by Takashi Miike. Dead or Alive 2: Birds is unrelated to Dead or Alive (1999) or Dead or Alive: Final (2002) except that all three films have Show Aikawa and Riki Takeuchi in them, and they are all directed by Takashi Miike.

5 Dark Souls (1996)

Popular teenagers lure three classmates into the woods to see what it is like to kill someone.

99 Pieces (2007)

A man (Anthony Falcon) must play a malevolent game to save his missing wife.

Mela (2000)

Mela is a 2000 Indian action masala film directed by Dharmesh Darshan. It stars Aamir Khan, his real-life brother Faisal Khan, and Twinkle Khanna. It was one of the biggest box-office failures of the year 2000.

Six in Paris (1965)

Paris vu par... is a French anthology film made in 1965.

Une infinie tendresse (1968)

Two physically impaired children form a close connection to each other.

Rattlers (1976)

Rattlers is a 1976 horror film starring Sam Chew, Elisabeth Chauvet, Tony Ballen, Dan Priest, Ron Gold, Darwin Joston, and Gary Van Ormand. The film was produced, directed and co-written by John McCauley. Harry Novak, head of Boxoffice International Pictures was the executive producer. The film features an early score by Golden Globe nominated film composer Miles Goodman.

Jack The Ripper (1976)

Jack the Ripper (German: Der Dirnenmörder von London) is a 1976 German thriller film directed by Jesús Franco and starring Klaus Kinski. In this Swiss-German film Klaus Kinski portrays Jack the Ripper.

Tokyo After Dark (1959)

Tokyo After Dark is a 1959 American drama film directed by Norman T. Herman and written by Norman T. Herman and Marvin Segal. The film stars Michi Kobi, Richard Long, Lawrence Dobkin, Paul Dubov, Teru Shimada and Bob Okazaki. The film was released in February 1959, by Paramount Pictures.

Soul Assassin (2001)

Soul Assassin is a 2001 thriller film starring Rena Owen, Kristy Swanson and Skeet Ulrich. The film is about a young security agent, Kevin Burke, who is employed by a multinational banking firm. He intends to ask his girlfriend Rosalind to marry him. His girlfriend, however, is brutally murdered by a hitman. Kevin then swears to avenge Rosalind's death.

Majority (2010)

Majority (Turkish: Çoğunluk) is a 2010 Turkish drama film directed by Seren Yüce, which tells the story of a middle class young man rebelling against his father's brutish authority while seeking a rough romance with a woman of ethnic minority. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on October 15, 2010 (2010-10-15), won several Golden Orange awards at the 47th International Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival and was premiered at the 67th Venice International Film Festival, where it won the award for best debut film. Hürriyet Daily News reporter Vercihan Zilioğlu wrote that, "The director's moral tale draws on the example of today's Turkish youth and the timeless shadow of fathers over sons," and Today's Zaman reviewer Emine Yıldırım concludes that this is, "one of the rawest and truest stories from our society," and "As Yüce’s hardcore realism shows us, love sometimes does not conquer all when individuals chose to become part of the herd."

One Way Out (2002)

Casino owners order a policeman (James Belushi) posing as a hit man to kill a married woman who happens to be his lover.

Jerkbeast (2005)

The worst rock band ever assembled rises to fame.

Thanks Maa (2010)

Thanks Maa is a Hindi film, the directorial debut of Irfan Kamal, distributed by Sony Pictures Entertainment(SPE), India. The film focuses on Child abandonment Issue in India. It has been officially selected to be screened at Edinburgh International Film Festival, Pusan International Film Festival, Montreal World Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, International Film Festival of India and Palm Springs International Film Festival. The debut child actor Master Shams Patel has also won the Best Child Artist for the film, in the 56th National Film Awards.

The I Don't Care Girl (1953)

The I Don't Care Girl is a 1953 Technicolor film starring Mitzi Gaynor. It is a biography of an entertainer, Eva Tanguay.

Way of Life (2013)

For some, skiing is not just part of life—it’s a way of life. The search for snow shapes not only how they approach the mountains, but also how they approach the world.

Henry Hill (1999)

A woman (Moira Kelly) helps a gifted violinist (Jamie Harrold) conquer his fears after a hasty suicide attempt.

Nordrand (1999)

Northern Skirts (German: Nordrand) is a 1999 German-language film directed by Barbara Albert. It was an international co-production between Austria, Germany and Switzerland. It was Austria's official Best Foreign Language Film submission at the 72nd Academy Awards, but did not manage to receive a nomination.

Captain Kronos - Vampire Hunter (1974)

Master swordsman Kronos finds himself in a village where the local young women have had their youth drained from them by a vampire's kiss. He goes in search of the vampire ending up at the Durward estate and meeting a very aged and decidedly sick Lady Durward...

Behind the Door (2014)

Daniel moves into a new upstate home and begins a new life until strange occurrences begin and his ex-fiance shows up unexpectedly.

The Fugitive (1939)

On the Night of the Fire, released in the United States as The Fugitive, is a 1939 British thriller, directed by Brian Desmond Hurst and starring Ralph Richardson and Diana Wynyard. The film is based on the novel of the same name by F. L. Green. It was shot on location in Newcastle upon Tyne and was released shortly after the outbreak of World War II. It is regarded as an early example of British film noir, with the kind of subject matter and filming style which fell completely out of favour during the war years – when British studios felt that cinemagoers would want either light entertainment and escapism or topical patriotic propaganda pieces – and would not be taken up again until the later 1940s. Film critic David Quinlan describes the film as "grim but gripping". Andrew Spicer, in his book European Film Noir, writes: "A riveting psychological study. With its sustained doom-laden atmosphere, Krampf’s expressive cinematography, its adroit mixture of location shooting and Gothic compositions and Richardson’s wonderful performance as a lower middle-class Everyman, On the Night of the Fire clearly shows that an achieved mastery of film noir existed in British cinema".

Violated (1953)

A New York police detective (Mitchell Kowal) tries to psych out a killer (Wim Holland) who has a fetish.

Tycoon: A New Russian (2002)

Tycoon : A New Russian is a 2002 Russian movie directed by Pavel Loungine.

Shadow of Afghanistan (2012)

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

The Man Beyond the Bridge (2009)

Paltadacho Munis or The Man Beyond the Bridge is an Indian film in Konkani directed by Laxmikant Shetgaonkar. Set in Goa, the film is about a recently widowed forest ranger in a dwindling forest, who strikes up an unlikely relationship with a woman he finds lost and alone in the woods. The film tries to destigmatise mental illness, often equated with being possessed by the devil in rural India.

Dingo (1991)

Late jazz great Miles Davis made his only acting appearance in this film about a jazz trumpeter who dares to realize his musical dreams in the Australian outback. Dingo stars Colin Friels as John "Dingo" Anderson, a part-time musician and dingo trapper living in the bush who, after seeing his hero, legendary trumpeter Billy Cross (Miles Davis) on tour, longs to travel to Paris and play with the finest American jazz musicians. Frustrated by playing half-rate music in dusty dancehalls, John's dream is compromised by his love for his new family. Dingo must now decide whether he to make the supreme sacrifice for his music. Featuring a stunning, award-winning Miles Davis soundtrack (one of Davis' last recordings before his death), Dingo is directors Rolf de Heer's (Bad Boy Bubby, The Tracker) cinematic ode to the power of music.

The Atrocity Exhibition (2000)

A scientist (Victor Slezak) obsessed with World War III hits the road with a woman (Anna Juvander) so he can re-create scenes from history.

Confession Of A Child Of The Century (2012)

Confession of a Child of the Century (French: La confession d'un enfant du siècle) is a 2012 French drama film directed by Sylvie Verheyde. The film competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. In spite of its selection to the prestigious festival, the films gains notoriety as being the lowest grossing US theatrical release of 2015. It generated only US$74 from its one-week, one theater theatrical run. The film is an adaptation of Alfred de Musset's 1836 autobiographical novel of the same name.

Abgefahren (2004)

A car racer (Sebastian Strbel) falls for his lesbian opponent (Felicitas Woll).

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.

The White Meadows (2009)

The White Meadows is a 2009 Iranian film written, directed and produced by Mohammad Rasoulof. The film was edited by Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi and stars Hassan Pourshirazi as Rahmat. Lake Urmia was the filming location for the fictional setting of a salt encrusted land.

Flame Of Stamboul (1951)

Flame of Stamboul is a 1951 American thriller film directed by Ray Nazarro and starring Richard Denning, Lisa Ferraday and Norman Lloyd.

Madame Winger Makes a Film: A Survival Guide for the 21st Century (2001)

Madame Winger shows inexpensive ways to create films.

Early Frost (1982)

Explosive, heart-stopping suspense, as Private Detective Mike Hayes stumbles onto a trail of cover-ups and deceit when he discovers a corpse. What is officially listed as an accident looks to him like murder. His investigations take him into the lives of two families living in the suburbs of Sydney, Australia. They seem like ordinary people, except one of them is a killer. Hayes meets David Prentice, who keeps a scrapbook on violent crime. From this, Hayes obtains information about temperamental and schizophrenic Val Meadows, the mistress who suspects someone is trying to kill her.

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.

La venganza de Ira Vamp (2010)

It's the year 1910 in the Mandacrest Mansion. After the death -- by suspicious circumstances -- of Ira Vamp, Lord Winston returns with his new wife, Claretta Castafiore.