Minerita (2013)

Minerita is a 2015 Spanish short-documentary film about three women working the Potosi mines in Bolivia. The documentary was well received by critics and earned widespread critical acclaim. Minerita was shortlisted with nine other documentaries from 74 entries submitted to the 88th Academy Awards in the Documentary Short Subject category, but was not nominated as a finalist.

Raise Your Hands, Dead Man, You're Under Arrest (1971)

A Confederate soldier turned ranger teams up with an old friend to take down a ruthless businessman.

Question of Luck (1996)

A shady French widow (Anna Galiena) helps an engaged man (Eduardo Noriega) after he finds a corpse in a car with jewels.

His Majesty O'keefe (1954)

His Majesty O'Keefe is a 1954 adventure film starring Burt Lancaster. The film was directed by Byron Haskin and Otto Heller and included choreography by Daniel Nagrin. The cast also included Joan Rice, André Morell, Abraham Sofaer, Archie Savage, and Benson Fong. The film is based on the book of the same name by Laurence Klingman and Gerald Green (1952).

The Vernon Johns Story (1994)

This biopic follows the life of Vernon Johns (James Earl Jones) -- now known as the father of the civil rights movement -- during the years he preceded Martin Luther King Jr. as minister of the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. Johns champions the cause of desegregation, clashing with local white authorities; the more cautious members of his own church; his wife (Mary Alice), who fears he'll lose his pulpit; and his children, who fear he will lose his life.

Helen Of Troy (1956)

Arrows rain death. Soldiers clamber up stone walls. Swords clang, fires rage. Yet the waves of combatants storming Troy are repelled. To defeat the undefeatable ultimately requires brains more than brawn. So feigning retreat, the Greeks offer a gift: a mammoth wooden horse secretly housing their fighting men. Homer's Illiad surges to the screen in Helen Of Troy, from the '50s heyday of big-screen spectaculars. Robert Wise (West Side Story, The Sound of Music) directs this lavish epic capturing some 30,000 people on screen at a then huge cost of $6 million.

Fast Zombies With Guns (2009)

Poisoned water causes an outbreak of smart zombies who move fast and use guns.

Trakked (2015)

A woman inserts a camera in the head of her cheating boyfriend and watches his every move on her computer.

Guests (1998)

Two Albanian immigrants (Julian Sota, Llazar Sota) living in Rome and working in a restaurant navigate the pitfalls of a hot city that has emptied for the summer holidays.

Za ji wang ming dui (1979)

Four men plan an elaborate scheme to avenge their friend's murder.

La mort du Dieu serpent (2014)

After a street fight, Koumba is expelled to Senegal.

Five Superfighters (1979)

Three kung-fu students and their instructor seek revenge against a martial-arts master.

Suddenly, Last Winter (2008)

In this documentary, co-directors and longtime domestic partners Gustav Hofer and Luca Ragazzi delve deeper into the controversy surrounding the 2007"DICO" legislation, which proposed granting rights to cohabiting same-sex couples in Italy. As Hofer and Ragazzi monitor the bill's slow progress through the Italian political system, they interview politicians, representatives of the Roman Catholic Church and average Italians, trying to understand just how this radical new law will be received.

A Joke of Destiny, Lying in Wait Around the Corner Like a Bandit (1983)

A Joke of Destiny (Italian: Scherzo del destino in agguato dietro l'angolo come un brigante da strada) is a 1983 Italian comedy film directed by Lina Wertmüller. It was entered into the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.

Bloodlust: Subspecies III (1994)

Still in the thrall of the evil vampire Radu, Michelle yearns to be taught the skills of the vampire. Meanwhile, her sister Becky tries to free her from his evil clutches, and this time, she’s brought some help.

Blastfighter (1984)

Blastfighter is a 1984 Italian action film by Lamberto Bava starring Michael Sopkiw and George Eastman. Its original title in Italy was Force of Vengeance, and in France it was released as Blastfighter: The Executioner.

Venice (2014)

Venice is a 2014 Cuban drama film directed by Kiki Álvarez. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.

Under Siege (1980)

The president (Hal Holbrook), secretary of state (E.G. Marshall), FBI director (Peter Strauss) and media respond to foreign terrorism on U.S. soil.

On My Way (2013)

Now in her early sixties, former beauty queen Bettie (Catherine Deneuve) finds herself jilted by her lover and left alone to deal with the financial problems facing her family’s restaurant. What begins as a quick drive to clear her head turns into a full-fledged road trip, and along the way there are chance meetings, an ex-Miss France gala, renewed ties with her estranged daughter and grandson, and possibly, at the end of the road, love.

Genius at Work (1946)

Genius at Work is a 1946 American comedy film directed by Leslie Goodwins and written by Monte Brice and Robert E. Kent. The film stars Wally Brown, Alan Carney, Anne Jeffreys, Lionel Atwill and Bela Lugosi. The film was released on October 20, 1946, by RKO Pictures.

Exit in Red (1996)

Exit in Red is a 1996 American thriller drama film directed by Yurek Bogayevicz and starring Mickey Rourke, Annabel Schofield, Carré Otis and Anthony Michael Hall.

Overfed & Undernourished (2014)

Overfed & Undernourished is a 2014 documentary film produced and directed by Australian film director Troy Jones. The film is a health and lifestyle documentary that examines the global epidemic of obesity and modern lifestyles through one boy's journey to regain his health.

Hold You Tight (1998)

Hold You Tight (Chinese: 愈快樂愈墮落; pinyin: Yù kuàilè yù duòluò) is a 1998 Hong Kong romantic drama film directed by Stanley Kwan. The film features full-frontal male nudity. It is Stanley Kwan's seventh feature film, and he says that his previous two documentaries A Personal Memoir of Hong Kong and Yang ± Yin: Gender in Chinese Cinema had strong influences on making this film: "Both of them evolved from my thoughts on family background and upbringing, my career as a filmmaker, my sexual orientation and my identity as a Chinese man living in a British colony. The film was written for Hong Kong actress Chingmy Yau who plays two roles, a young executive and a worldly boutique owner."

Soul Talkin' (2000)

Former lovers start to have second thoughts about their breakup after taking part in a college study on relationships.

David Copperfield (2000)

David Copperfield is a 2000 American-Irish made-for-television film adaptation of Charles Dickens's 1850 novel of the same name. It was filmed in Ireland, and broadcast on TNT as a Hallmark Entertainment production on December 10–11, 2000.

The Fleet's In (1928)

The Fleet's In is a 1928 American silent comedy film directed by Malcolm St. Clair and written by Monte Brice, George Marion Jr., and J. Walter Ruben. The film stars Clara Bow, James Hall, Jack Oakie, Bodil Rosing, Eddie Dunn, and Jean Laverty. The film was released on September 15, 1928, by Paramount Pictures.

Minugurulu (2014)

Minugurulu is a 2012 Telugu social problem film co-written and directed by Ayodhya Kumar Krishnamsetty. The film was selected as Best Indian Film at the 9th India International Children's Film Festival, held at Bangalore. the film is the “First Telugu script to be preserved in Oscar Library‘s permanent core collection” and First ever Telugu film that is contended for OSCAR best feature 2014 Along with 323 Features. The film has also garnered the Akkineni Vamsee International Award. The film has received seven state Nandi Awards including Best Film (Silver), and Best First Film of a director for the year 2012.

Young Fugitives (1938)

Young Fugitives is a 1938 American crime film directed by John Rawlins and written by Ben Grauman Kohn and Charles Grayson. The film stars Robert Wilcox, Dorothea Kent, Harry Davenport, Larry J. Blake, Clem Bevans and Mira McKinney. The film was released on June 30, 1938, by Universal Pictures.

Tales of Robin Hood (1951)

Tales of Robin Hood is a 1951 American film.

Our Life in Make Believe (2014)

Two travelers, each running from the past, find an outlet with each other and their new friendship.

Broken Glass (1996)

A Jewish housewife in 1938 Brooklyn loses the use of her legs after reading about Kristallnacht.

Falling Through (2000)

A security expert at the U.S. Embassy in Paris uncovers a ring of counterfeiters selling American visas.

Happy (2015)

Happy is a 2015 French feature film directed by Jordan Goldnadel, with Isabel Ryan, Vladimir Perrin, Jordan Goldnadel and Léa Moszkowicz.

Wszystkie kobiety Mateusza (2013)

The death of Mateusz Klos starts an avalanche of events that subvert life in a quiet and peaceful town.

Legend of a Rabbit: The Martial of Fire (2015)

Legend of a Rabbit: The Martial of Fire is a 2015 Chinese animated action adventure film directed by Ma Yuan and Dong Dake, the sequel to Legend of a Rabbit. It was released on February 21, 2015.

Mar Rojo (2005)

A small-time criminal vanishes with 500,000 euros after his two partners are shot to death.

Pardon Us for Living But the Graveyard Is Full (2009)

A gang of suburban teens form a band and still rock 30 years later.

Aldo (2014)

Aldo, a hairstylist, gets in deep trouble with a loan shark after he loses a huge bet.

How To Be A Man (2013)

How to Be a Man is a 2013 American comedy film directed by Chadd Harbold and starring Gavin McInnes. It tells the story of an ex-comedian who discovers that he is dying from male breast cancer, and therefore makes a video with advice for his unborn son. The film was produced through Fox Digital Studio.

Fly Colt Fly (2014)

Teenage fugitive Colton Harris-Moore becomes a modern folk hero after stealing a small plane and disappearing into the wilderness.

Reformat the Planet (2008)

Musicians create songs using old video-game hardware.

Capital Punishment (1991)

A DEA agent's (Gary Daniels) task to get a new drug off the street puts him on a collision course with a corrupt cop (David Carradine) and a drug lord (Tadashi Yamashita).

Cement Suitcase (2014)

Franklin, a successful wine salesman, hates his life and knows that his girlfriend has been cheating on him. When he meets the other man -- who turns out to be a terrific person -- Franklin decides it is time to let go of baggage.

Seventeen (1985)

Seventeen is a documentary film directed by Joel DeMott and Jeff Kreines. It was awarded the Grand Jury prize at the 1985 Sundance Film Festival.

Ghost of the Needle (2005)

A serial killer (Brian Bradley) loses his grip on reality when he starts to see visions of his victims.

Second Fiddle (1939)

Second Fiddle is a 1939 American musical romance film directed by Sidney Lanfield and starring Sonja Henie, Tyrone Power, Rudy Vallee and Lyle Talbot. The score was composed by Irving Berlin. A Hollywood publicity agent falls in love with a new actress he helped to discover. The film parodies the extensive search for an actress to play Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind. It is sometimes known as Irving Berlin's Second Fiddle.

Zhan shi yan dao (1971)

Two master thieves race against each other for the world's most precious gemstone.

Nature Girl and the Slaver (1957)

A lawman (Adrian Hoven) flies into Africa to find a teenage girl (Marion Michael) who can help stamp out slave trading.

Thunder in the Valley (1947)

Thunder in the Valley, sometimes known as Bob, Son of Battle, is a 1947 American drama film directed by Louis King and starring Lon McCallister, Peggy Ann Garner and Edmund Gwenn. It is based on the novel Owd Bob by Alfred Ollivant. It cost $1.9 million.

God Of Vampires (2010)

Professional hit man Frank Ng (Dharma Lim) battles against the Kiang-Shi vampire and his minions.

School for Unclaimed Girls (1969)

The Smashing Bird I Used to Know is a 1969 British drama/sexploitation film, directed by Robert Hartford-Davis and starring Renée Asherson, Patrick Mower, Dennis Waterman, Madeleine Hinde and Maureen Lipman. As with other Hartford-Davis films, The Smashing Bird I Used to Know contains elements from different genres including psychological drama and social commentary. It is best known however as a sexploitation piece featuring nudity, attempted rape and lesbianism. The film features the first screen credit of the then 15-year-old Lesley-Anne Down in a supporting role. The film was not released in the U.S. until 1973, retitled School for Unclaimed Girls. More recent issues of the film in the UK have also used this title as being less dated and more indicative of the film's content A scene outside a cinema shows the poster for Hartford-Davis’ previous film Corruption starring Peter Cushing in the background.

Exhibit X (2012)

Camera footage is found in a haunted house after 51 party guests are killed.

Gespenster (2005)

Gespenster is a 2005 German film directed by Christian Petzold. Petzold also cowrote the screenplay with Harun Farocki. The film was presented at the 2005 Berlin International Film Festival, where it was officially entered into competition.

Ishq Brandy (2014)

Ishq Brandy is a Punjabi comedy film directed by Amit Prasher, Starring Roshan Prince, Binnu Dhillon, Shobhita Rana, Alfaaz. Japji Khaira. Movie is produced under banner Future Cine Vision. Film Music is given by Yo Yo Honey Singh and Sachh & Lyrics by Alfaaz. Ishq Brandy was released on 21 February 2014.

Curse of the Faceless Man (1958)

Curse of the Faceless Man is an independently made 1958 low-budget black-and-white horror film, produced by Robert E. Kent, directed by Edward L. Cahn, that stars Richard Anderson, Elaine Edwards, Adele Mara and Luis van Rooten. The storyline concerns a Roman gladiator, buried alive in Pompeii during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, who returns to life in modern times to find the reincarnation of the woman he loves. The film was theatrically released in August 1958 in the US by United Artists on a double bill with It! The Terror from Beyond Space.

Bullet for a Badman (1964)

Bullet for a Badman is a 1964 American Eastmancolor Western film directed by R.G. Springsteen starring Audie Murphy, Darren McGavin and Ruta Lee.

War Book (2015)

War Book is a 2014 British political drama film directed by Tom Harper and written by Jack Thorne. The film features an ensemble cast, consisting of Adeel Akhtar, Nicholas Burns, Ben Chaplin, Shaun Evans, Kerry Fox, Phoebe Fox, Sophie Okonedo, Antony Sher, and Nathan Stewart-Jarrett.

Joyride (1997)

Joyride is a 1996 American film directed by Quinton Peeples.

The Cocksure Lads Movie (2015)

A British band arrives in Toronto to start their first North American tour, and they immediately get into a fight and break up. Over the course of the day they scatter across the city and learn what it means to be apart.

After Winter, Spring (2015)

After Winter, Spring is 2012 documentary film, produced, directed and narrated by Judith Lit. It stars Nanou Bouchat, Charlotte Brajot, Isabelle Brajot, Frédéric Coté, Isabelle Coté, Ginette Delibie, Marie-Louise Gourdon, Guy Phélip, Alain Rabeau, Alfred Tripied, and Dylan Veyret. Set in the Périgord region of southwest France, the film follows the lives of farming families and individuals in the community as they confront challenges that the changing geopolitical and economic landscapes pose. Judith Lit, who moved to a town with 100 people in the Périgord region in 1999, found inspiration for the film after she recognized the similarities between the family farmer communities of this new home and her home town in Pennsylvania. As Lit captures the story of these families, she also narrates her own story.

Silent Partner (2001)

Silent Partner is a 2001 Australian film directed by Alkinos Tsilimidos and starring David Field and Syd Brisbane.

Dot and the Whale (1986)

Dot and the Whale is an Australian animated film from 1986. It is based on the character Dot from the animated film Dot and the Kangaroo (1977), which in turn was based on the children's book of the same name by Ethel Pedley.

Flowers of Freedom (2014)

The women from a small village in Kyrgyzstan continue their 7-year long fight with the government for the rights of victims.

Another Year (2014)

A guy makes money by giving rides to people at night, while his wife gets her first job as a graphic designer. As their unstable marriage evolves over the course of a year, their different goals prove fatal to their relationship.

Dead Beat (1994)

The girlfriend (Natasha Gregson Wagner) of a womanizer (Bruce Ramsay) threatens to reveal his secret of killing a local girl.

Between Wars (1974)

Between Wars is an Australian 1974 drama/war film released on 15 November 1974. It was directed by Michael Thornhill and written by Frank Moorhouse.

Promise Dad (2015)

A young man struggles to fulfill the dreams his father had for him.

Tarzan And The She-Devil (1953)

Tarzan and the She-Devil is a 1953 American film starring Lex Barker as Tarzan and Joyce MacKenzie as Jane. It also features Raymond Burr, Tom Conway and Monique van Vooren, who plays the "She-Devil." The film was directed by Kurt Neumann. Tarzan is held captive during much of the movie, and critics derided it as lacking action. This was Barker's fifth and final appearance as Edgar Rice Burroughs' ape-man. Barker, who had replaced Johnny Weismuller in the role of Tarzan, would be succeeded by Gordon Scott.

Summer Heat (1968)

Summer Heat is a 1968 Hong Kong film directed by the Japanese director Kō Nakahira and produced by Shaw Brothers Studio.

News from Planet Mars (2016)

News From Planet Mars follows the unusual life of Philippe Mars (François Damiens) a reasonable man in an unreasonable world. He's trying to be a good father, a kind ex-husband, a nice colleague, and an understanding sibling. But the planets have not been exactly aligned in his favor lately.News From Planet Mars is an uproariously funny pitch black comedy that is not to be missed.

Blondie Johnson (1933)

Blondie Johnson is a 1933 American Warner Bros. Pre-Code drama film directed by Ray Enright. It stars Chester Morris and Joan Blondell.

Forever Mary (1989)

Forever Mery, is a 1989 Italian drama film directed by Marco Risi and released in 1989. It stars Michele Placido, Claudio Amendola, Alessandra Di Sanzo, Francesco Benigno, Roberto Mariano, Maurizio Prollo, Filippo Genzardi, Alfredo Li Bassi, Salvatore Termini, Luigi Maria Burruano, Gianluca Favilla, Giovanni Alamia and Tony Sperandeo.

Just Our Luck (2016)

Three best friends open a fortune cookie that contains identical love fortunes. They decide to take it as a good omen and try to find three perfect men.

Hu die bei (1965)

Tien Yu-chuan meets a beautiful woman while on the run for accidentally killing a bully.

Im Dschungel ist der Teufel los (1982)

A brush with disaster develops into a growing experience for a group of people weaving their way through Africa.

The Drug Addicts (1974)

A kung-fu master kicks his habit and a smuggling ring!

Vasectomy: A Delicate Matter (1986)

Vasectomy: A Delicate Matter is a 1986 film directed by Robert Burge.

Duel of the Century (1981)

The Duel of the Century is a 1981 Hong Kong film adapted from Juezhan Qianhou of Gu Long's Lu Xiaofeng novel series. The film was directed by Chor Yuen, produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio, and starred Tony Liu as the lead character.

Idol Is Dead (2012)

Momoko, a famous pop singer, is murdered by a Rui, a failed rival. After she is reanimated by a mad scientist as a half-robot, half-zombie and learns Rui took over her identity, Momoko retaliates against the new starlet and her fans.

Dream No Evil (1970)

A young woman (Brooke Mills) mentally creates the father she never had and kills to protect her fantasy.

The Halfway House (1944)

The Halfway House is a 1944 British drama film directed by Basil Dearden and starring Mervyn Johns, his daughter Glynis Johns, Tom Walls and Françoise Rosay. The film tells the story of ten people who are drawn to stay in an old inn near the Welsh countryside. The film was shot at Barlynch Abbey on the Devon/Somerset border. BFI Screenonline writes, "The high quality personnel involved and the tight, professional scripting mark the film out as one of the earliest templates of what would become the traditional Ealing style."

Princes of the Yen (2014)

Richard Werner uses 20th Century Japan to tackle the mystery of central banks and the social, political and economic power they wield.

Elar Char Adhyay (2012)

Elar Char Adhyay is a 2012 Bengali film. The film is directed by Bappaditya Bandopadhyay, produced by Dreamz Movies and Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. and based on Rabindranath Tagore's Char Adhyay.

Sammyville (1999)

A child welfare agent (Chase Masterson) searches for a missing boy in the forest domain of a fearsome, gun-toting patriarch.

Promedio rojo (2004)

A misfit student (Ariel Levy) imagines himself a superhero as he tries to lure a comely classmate (Xenia Tostado) into his arms.

Mr. Possessed (1988)

A man is blessed and cursed by a dark wizard.

Na Cha the Great (1974)

Na Cha is reincarnated to save his people from an evil emperor.

The Last Sparks of Sundown (2014)

Two American brothers travel to England to sell their grandfather's estate. Their straightforward plan hits a snag when they find strangers living in the house and a sinister man on their trail.

The Fire in the Stone (1984)

The Fire in the Stone is a 1984 Australian TV film about teenagers in the town of Coober Pedy. It is based on the 1973 novel of the same name by Colin Thiele.

Police Force (1973)

A policeman experiences a moral dilemma when his desire for vengeance interferes with his duty as an upholder of the law.

Spell Your Name (2006)

Survivors of the Babi Yar massacre during World War II tell their stories.

Brownie Speaks (2014)

The life, music and legacy of Clifford Brown.

Fighting Mustang (1948)

A pair of rangers rides to the rescue when members of an outlaw gang steal wild horses near the badlands.

Dogs (1976)

Dogs is a 1976 American supernatural horror film directed by Burt Brinckerhoff about a pack of dogs that go on a killing spree.

Louis L'Amour's Down the Long Hills (1986)

Two young survivors of a wagon-train massacre battle horse thieves as they take a prize stallion through Utah.

The Glass Castle (1950)

Le Château de verre (English title: The Glass Castle) is a 1950 French language motion picture romantic drama directed by René Clément who co-wrote the screenplay with Gian Bistolfi and Pierre Bost, based on the novel Sait-on jamais by Vicki Baum. The film stars Michèle Morgan and Jean Marais, Jean Servais (French version), Fosco Giachetti (Italian version) and Elisa Cegani.

Hi, How Are You Daniel Johnston? (2015)

An aging musician comes to terms with the dreams of yesteryear.

Gui ma fei ren (1985)

A zany scientist accidentally creates a magic pill that gives him special powers.

The Wisdom To Know The Difference (2014)

A man tries to bring his sobriety full circle by helping a young Latino woman kick a serious drug problem.

Yan nu huan hun (1974)

A woman transcends the threshold of death to marry the man she loves.