Tomahawk is a 1951 Technicolor Western film directed by George Sherman starring Van Heflin and Yvonne De Carlo. The film is loosely based on events that took place in Wyoming in 1866-8 around Fort Phil Kearny on the Bozeman Trail. In the UK the film was released as The Battle of Powder River.
Up a Tree (1955)
Up a Tree is a 1955 animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures. The film stars Donald Duck and Chip 'n' Dale, with Donald trying to top a tree in which Chip and Dale are living. It was directed by Jack Hannah and features original music by Oliver Wallace.
Five friends who have known each other since childhood and always stuck together through thick and thin encounter an evil greater than any of them could ever have imagined.
Jada is a dramatic film released in 2008. It was directed by Clifton Powell. The film was written by Daniel Chavez.
Dylan travels to his home town in Minnesota after a bitter breakup for a family reunion. He runs into Sarah, his childhood sweetheart, and the unexpected reunion sparks a forgotten intimacy.
Scooter Kidz (2001)
After a social worker takes away a youth's younger brother, the older boy (Lance LaMacchia) enters a scooter contest to win money to get him back.
BLAST! is a feature-length documentary by Paul Devlin. The film follows a team of astrophysicists who launch a telescope, upon a high-altitude balloon from northern Sweden and again from Antarctica. The film follows the crew of scientists as they travel on a search to answer humankind's most basic question, how did we get here? An approach rarely seen in science programming, BLAST! de-emphasizes talking-head interviews and dispenses with anonymous narration in favor of capturing the action as it happens. Through dynamic storytelling, BLAST! reveals the human side of scientific pursuit, the personal sacrifices of scientists and the philosophical perspectives of discovering the origins of the universe.
Geschichte der Nacht (1979)
The hours between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. in places around Europe.
Barsaat Ki Ek Raat (1981)
Barsaat Ki Ek Raat is a 1981 Bollywood film starring Amitabh Bachchan, Raakhee, Amjad Khan and Utpal Dutt. It was directed by Shakti Samanta. Barsaat Ki Ek Raat was filmed in two languages; the Bengali version, titled "Anusandhan", was the top grossing Bengali movie ever for a number of years. The story was adapted from the novel "Anushandhan" by Shaktipada Raajguru.
Mechanical Love (2007)
Mechanical Love is a 2007 documentary by Danish filmmaker Phie Ambo about Hiroshi Ishiguro and his work on robots that resemble humans (gynoids and androids).
Daniel (Ash Newman), a bored and arrogant London teen, lacks direction in his life. At his grandmother's (Hadassah Ungar Diamant) request, Daniel embarks on a quest for the grave of a close relative, who disappeared during the pogroms of World War II. During his odyssey, Daniel reconnects with his Jewish heritage.
A town has been taken hostage. Who will win the battle? Only the mighty will survive.
Bomb Harvest (2007)
Bomb Harvest is a 2007 documentary film directed by Australian filmmaker Kim Mordaunt and produced by Sylvia Wilczynski. It explores the consequences of war in Laos as it follows an Australian bomb disposal specialist, training locals in the skill of detonating bombs while trying to stop villagers, particularly children, from finding them and using them for scrap metal.
During the Vietnam War, Laos was the target of the heaviest US bombing campaign, making Laos the most bombed country in history: from 1964 until 1973 more than two million tonnes of bombs were dropped, including 260 million cluster munitions. An estimated 30% of the bombs dropped did not detonate. Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) continues to kill and injure people, and prevent them from using land, including growing food. UXO are a key factor in the poverty and stifling the development of the country.
Bomb Harvest explores how three generations of people have been left to deal with the consequences of the air war, and depicts the bravery of those trying to clear up its remnants.
The film crew spent two months on the ground with bomb disposal teams from the Mines Advisory Group as they dealt with live bombs, in areas of Laos which have never been filmed in before. The film premiered at the 2007 Sydney Film Festival, and won a Children's Advocacy award at the 2008 Artivist Film Festival.
Ringo and His Golden Pistol (1966)
Johnny Oro, also known as Ringo and His Golden Pistol, is a 1966 Spaghetti Western film directed by Sergio Corbucci and starring Mark Damon.
Le monde nous appartient (2013)
Pouga and Julien meet one night on a bridge and their fates intersect.
Hanging By A Thread (1979)
Hanging by a Thread is a 1979 television disaster movie starring Sam Groom about friends stranded in a disabled cable-car above a ravine. The occupants of the cable car reflect on the past as the film flashes back and forth to show each of the character's lives. It was written by Adrian Spies, directed by Georg Fenady and produced by Irwin Allen. The film co-starred Patty Duke, Donna Mills, Oliver Clark and Cameron Mitchell.
When Innocence Is Lost (1997)
When Innocence Is Lost is a 1997 American drama television film directed by Bethany Rooney and written by Deborah Jones. The music of the film was composed by Dennis McCarthy. It stars Keri Russell, Jill Clayburgh, Vince Corazza, Julie Khaner, and Charlotte Sullivan.
Filmmaker Michael B. Clifford explores the history and current popularity of bicycles.
13 Lakes (2004)
13 Lakes is a 2004 16mm film by American independent filmmaker James Benning. It is an instance of slow cinema, placing emphasis on introspection and contemplation. The film was added to the US National Film Registry as a "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant film" in 2014.
The Goose and the Gander (1935)
The Goose and the Gander is a 1935 American romantic comedy film starring Kay Francis, George Brent and Genevieve Tobin. A woman finds out her ex-husband's new wife is cheating on him and decides to expose her.
Dust Of War (2013)
In the post-apocalyptic American frontier, a former soldier fights a brutal warmonger to rescue a girl.
The Sacred Family (2005)
While on vacation with his family, a man (Sergio Hernndez) develops an attraction to his son's (Nstor Cantillana) girlfriend.
A forbidden romance develops between a holy man and his student.
Keep The Change (1992)
Keep the Change is a 1992 television drama film directed by Andy Tennant. It stars William Petersen, Jack Palance, Lolita Davidovich, Rachel Ticotin and Buck Henry. It won a Spur Award from the Western Writers of America in 1992.
Yeti: Curse Of The Snow Demon (2008)
Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon is a 2008 horror film that was broadcast on the Sci Fi Channel on November 8, 2008. This film stars Carly Pope, Peter DeLuise, Ona Grauer, and Crystal Lowe. The plot of the film centers around a group of people who, after crashing their plane into the Himalayan Mountains, encounter the Yeti. This encounter sends them into a fight for survival. This is the 14th film in the Maneater Series.
Sringaravelan is a 2013 Malayalam comedy film directed by Jose Thomas and scripted by Udayakrishna-Siby K. Thomas. It stars Dileep and Vedhicka in her debut in Malayalam cinema. The film released in Onam, and was a commercial success at the box office.
Night Club (1989)
A young married couple try to convert an old warehouse into a nightclub, but face opposition from both the council and local mobsters.
Loot is a 1970 British comedy film directed by Silvio Narizzano which is based on the play of the same name by Joe Orton. It was entered into the 1971 Cannes Film Festival.
Fat Rose and Squeaky (2006)
A woman (Cicely Tyson) tries to help a lifelong friend (Louise Fletcher) whose long-lost relative wants to put her in an elderly-care facility.
Where Trails End (1942)
A U.S. Marshall is assigned to protect ranchers against outlaws working for enemy agents who are trying to seize land for the tungsten it contains.
Fifi Howls from Happiness (2013)
Bahman Mohassess was a celebrated artist before the 1979 Iranian Revolution, but he later destroyed many of his works before emigrating to Italy.
Garden of the Moon (1938)
Garden of the Moon is a 1938 American comedy film directed by Busby Berkeley and written by Jerry Wald and Richard Macaulay. The film stars Pat O'Brien, Margaret Lindsay, John Payne, Johnnie Davis, Melville Cooper and Isabel Jeans. The film was released by Warner Bros. on October 1, 1938.
The Purloined Pup (1946)
Policedog Pluto must save a captive pooch from Butch the dognapper.
Adwa - An African Victory is a 1999 Ethiopian documentary film directed by Haile Gerima. It concerns the Battle of Adowa (Adwa) (1896).
Jánošík is a Slovak black-and-white silent film from 1921. It relates the popular legend of the highwayman Juraj Jánošík. It shows the filmmakers' experience with early American movies in camera work, in the use of parallel narratives, and in sequences inspired by Westerns. Jánošík placed Slovak filmmaking as the 10th national cinema in the world to produce a full-length feature movie.
On the Buses (1971)
On the Buses is a 1971 British comedy film directed by Harry Booth and starring Reg Varney and Doris Hare. The film is the first spin-off film from the TV sitcom On the Buses and was followed by two further films Mutiny on the Buses (1972) and Holiday on the Buses (1973). The films are set within a slightly different canon from the TV series; Stan and Jack work for a different bus company (Town & District instead of Luxton & District), and the three films form a loose story arc where Arthur and Olive become parents (despite their apparently sexless marriage).
The film was produced by Ronald Chesney and Ronald Wolfe for Hammer Films, and enjoyed major success in Britain, outdoing Diamonds Are Forever to become the highest performing film of 1971, though that film was not released until December 1971.
Wagner's Jews (2013)
Filmmaker Hilan Warshaw explores Richard Wagner's complicated relationship with Jewish musicians and asks if his music can be appreciated without referencing his anti-Semitism.
The Story of Joseph and His Brethren (1961)
The Story of Joseph and His Brethren (Italian: Giuseppe venduto dai fratelli) is a 1961 Yugoslavian/Italian film directed by Irving Rapper and Luciano Ricci.
The film is also known as Joseph Sold by His Brothers, Joseph and His Brethren (American DVD box title) and Sold Into Egypt in the United Kingdom.
Face in the Rain (1964)
Face in the Rain is a 1963 film by Irvin Kershner.
Thanatomorphose is a 2012 Canadian body horror film directed by Éric Falardeau and his directorial debut. It was first released on October 2, 2012, in Spain and has been shown at several film festivals since then, including the Fantasia Film Festival. Thanatomorphose stars Kayden Rose as a young woman that finds her body slowly rotting from a mysterious ailment.
Mabel Lost and Won (1915)
Mabel Lost and Won is a 1915 American short comedy film directed by and starring Mabel Normand. The supporting cast includes Owen Moore as her love interest, Alice Davenport as her mother, and Fontaine La Rue as a vamp.
Cass (Liana Werner-Gray) and Mark (Justin Tully) travel to a secluded area for a long weekend and suspect someone is stalking them.
The Little Kidnappers (1953)
The Kidnappers (US: The Little Kidnappers) is a 1953 British film, directed by Philip Leacock and written by Neil Paterson.
Vampire is a 1979 American made-for-television horror film directed by E. W. Swackhamer, co-written and produced by Steven Bochco, and starring Richard Lynch, Jason Miller, E. G. Marshall, Kathryn Harrold, Jessica Walter, and Joe Spinell.
Desmundo is a 2002 Brazilian drama film by Alain Fresnot, based on the novel of the same name by Ana Miranda. The film is set in 1570, a period when orphan Portuguese girls were sent to marry the settlers' sons. This was done to prevent the Portuguese from having sons with the indigenous peoples and black people in order to keep the Christian marriage and a "pure" heritage. The film follows Oribela (Simone Spoladore) as she is sent from Portugal to Brazil to marry Francisco de Albuquerque (Osmar Prado).
A salesman tries to invest in a nonexistent business.
Nos voisins Dhantsu (2007)
Two reporters (Ral Bland, Stphane Lefebvre) travel to Tokyo to measure the tolerance and sense of humor of Japanese people.
Moonlight on the Range (1937)
The law mistakes a singing cowboy (Fred Scott) for his look-alike outlaw stepbrother.
The Lady Has Plans (1942)
The Lady Has Plans is a 1942 American thriller comedy film starring Ray Milland and Paulette Goddard.
Evil Brain from Outer Space (1965)
Evil Brain from Outer Space is a 1964 film edited together for American television from films #7, #8 and #9 of the 1957/1958 Japanese Super Giant film series.
The Monster and the Girl (1941)
The Monster and the Girl is a 1941 science fiction/horror black-and-white film released by Paramount Pictures, on a low budget.
Michaela begins a journey to discover family secrets.
Double Trouble (1992)
Double Trouble is a 1992 action comedy film released straight-to-video. It stars the Barbarian Brothers - Peter and David Paul and is directed by John Paragon.
A call girl and a hustler both end up with half of a multi-million dollar lottery ticket... but the only way they can collect the money is to be married to each other for two weeks!
El viaje de la nonna (2008)
Three siblings (Vernica Langer, Rodrigo Murray) hatch a plan to trick their forgetful mother (Ana Ofelia Murgua) by faking a trip to Italy.
Santa Fe Saddlemates (1945)
Santa Fe Saddlemates is a 1945 American Western film directed by Thomas Carr and written by Bennett Cohen. Starring Sunset Carson, Linda Stirling, Olin Howland, Roy Barcroft, Bud Geary and Kenne Duncan, it was released on June 2, 1945, by Republic Pictures.
The Bread and Alley (1970)
The Bread and Alley is a 1970 Iranian short film directed and written by Abbas Kiarostami. The ten-minute film was the first film directed by Kiarostami.
Pulkownik Kwiatkowski (1996)
Pułkownik Kwiatkowski is a Polish historical film directed by Kazimierz Kutz. It was released in 1996.
Female pilots perform aerial stunts during the 27th World Aerobatics Championships.
Nerdcore For Life (2008)
Nerdcore for Life is a 2008 documentary film about the world of Nerdcore hip-hop directed Dan Lamoureux and produced by Crapbot Productions.
Queen of the Stardust Ballroom (1975)
Queen of the Stardust Ballroom is an American television movie directed by Sam O'Steen and executive-produced by Roger Gimbel, from the teleplay by Jerome Kass. It was broadcast by CBS on February 13, 1975. Maureen Stapleton, Charles Durning, and Charlotte Rae were nominated for Emmy Awards for their performances.
Jake's Booty Call (2003)
A party guy (Julian Max Metter) and his virginal friend go in search of sex.
The Gay Lady (1949)
Trottie True is a 1949 British musical comedy film directed by Brian Desmond Hurst and starring Jean Kent, James Donald and Hugh Sinclair. It was known as The Gay Lady in the U.S., and is a rare British Technicolour film of the period. According to the BFI Screenonline, "British 1940s Technicolor films offer an abundance of visual pleasures, especially when lovingly restored by the National Film Archive. Trottie True is not among the best known, but comes beautifully packaged, gift wrapped with all the trimmings."
Brothers Five (1970)
Brothers Five is a 1970 Hong Kong wuxia film directed by Lo Wei and produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio. Cheng Pei-pei plays the role of Yen Lai, a woman who must reunite the Kao brothers to rid the Teng Lung Manor of killers whilst avenging the murder of their father.
Leaving Home: The Life and Music of Indian Ocean (2010)
Leaving Home is a full-length documentary film on the Indian music band Indian Ocean, directed by Jaideep Varma.
The film was shot in 2006 and edited in 2007/8. It made history in 2010 by becoming the first documentary film in the history of Indian cinema to release nationally in theatres.
Besides travelling to a few film festivals in India and abroad, it was the opening film at the Goa International Film Festival in November 2010 and at the 58th National Film Awards, the documentary went on to win the Award for Best Arts/Cultural Film. The film was produced by Cartwheel Features, a now-defunct subsidiary of an advertising agency called Cartwheel. The film chronicles the members of the band Indian Ocean since their formation in 1990 till the end of 2006, and showcases their music.
The film received good reviews in the Indian media when it released in 2010. It was also the first documentary ever in India to be reviewed so heavily.
A 286-minute version of the film (entitled The Longer Trip) was released on DVD in December 2010, which included an updating of the band’s story, including the death of Asheem Chakravarty in 2009. It also included several new chapters and facets that could not be covered in the theatrical version.
Any Which Way You Punch (1979)
Chinese freedom fighters battle traitors in their midst as they wage war against the government.
Terror of the Plains (1934)
Terror of the Plains is a 1934 American western film directed by Harry S. Webb and starring Tom Tyler, Roberta Gale and William Gould.
Ashens And The Quest For The Gamechild (2013)
Ashens embarks on a quest to find the elusive electronic tat called Game Child.
Dead Stop (1995)
A journalist investigates gruesome murders after Jack the Ripper resurfaces from the grave.
The Ball (2010)
Two little boys use condoms in a different way.
Gossip is a 2000 Swedish comedy/drama film. It was directed and written by Colin Nutley.
Take It with You (2013)
In April 2009, Bryce Lemon and his sister Alyssa departed on what they hoped would be a spiritual journey around the world. But what they found was more human and real.
Dead Serious (2005)
Religious fanatics try to take over a gay bar which is -- they are about to discover -- owned by vampires.
Wild Target (1993)
Victor Meynard (Jean Rochefort), a hit man who still lives with his mother, is becoming more reluctant to pull the trigger during assignments. He meets a young man, Antoine (Guillaume Depardieu), whom he takes under his wing after being unable to kill him. Their lives change when he meets Rene (Marie Trintignant), an art forger who has earned the wrath of powerful mob leaders. Unwilling to assassinate the new object of his affections, Victor must run and hide with two new friends in tow.
First Graders (1984)
First Graders is a 1984 Iranian documentary feature film directed by Abbas Kiarostami, in which a hidden camera follows a group of first graders during a day at school.
Asylum is a 2014 American horror comedy film directed by Todor Chapkanov. The movie was released to DVD in Japan on April 4, 2014 and was released in the United States on June 2, 2015. Asylum is part of After Dark's "After Dark Originals" series and stars Stephen Rea as a man who must stop his brother from releasing the forces of darkness upon the world.
Honeychile is a 1951 American comedy film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Charles E. Roberts, Jack Townley and Barry Trivers. The film stars Judy Canova, Eddie Foy, Jr., Alan Hale, Jr., Walter Catlett, Claire Carleton and Karolyn Grimes. The film was released on October 20, 1951, by Republic Pictures.
Vladimir et Rosa (1971)
The trial of the Chicago Seven.
Animal Treasure Island (1971)
Animal Treasure Island (どうぶつ宝島, Dōbutsu Takarajima) is a 1971 Japanese anime feature film adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island. The film was produced by Toei Animation and released on the studio's 20th anniversary. It was licensed and distributed in English-language countries by Discotek Media.
Streit's: Matzo And The American Dream (2015)
The history of Streit's Matzo factory on Manhattan's Lower East Side.
Tragedy: The Story of Queensbridge (2006)
Tragedy: The Story of Queensbridge is a 2005 documentary film directed by Booker Sim for Juju Films. The film documents the streets of the Queensbridge Housing Projects of New York City, following the issues and struggles of Tragedy Khadafi aka Intelligent Hoodlum. Queens rappers Havoc, Prodigy (both from the group Mobb Deep), Capone and N.O.R.E. (both from Capone-N-Noreaga), as well as producer Marley Marl among others appeared in the film.
The Return of Dracula (1958)
The Return of Dracula is a 1958 horror film starring Francis Lederer as Dracula. The female lead, Rachel, is played by Norma Eberhardt. It is filmed in black and white (with a brief color shot of blood) and directed by Paul Landres. It was released in 1958 on a double bill with The Flame Barrier.
Open Your Mouth and Say... Mr. Chi Pig (2009)
Mr. Chi Pig, the front man of punk band SNFU, discusses his struggle with drugs, mental illness and depression.
The Ceremony (2013)
French dominatrix Catherine Robbe-Grillet, two close friends and two lovers share their thoughts on love, friendship, dominance and submission.
In the Line of Duty: Street War (1992)
In the Line of Duty: Street War is an American action film which was released in 1992. It is about a New York City Housing Authority policeman whose partner is killed and he seeks revenge for the killing.
Demoness from Thousand Years (1990)
A Taoist priest sends his two fairy disciples to steal the Bead of Hell, which has the power to destroy the Demoness when she threatens to break into the real world.
Ciencias naturales (2014)
A girl starts to become a woman and feels a need to discover her true identity.
The Sheik Steps Out (1937)
The Sheik Steps Out is a 1937 American musical film directed by Irving Pichel and written by Adele Buffington and Gordon Kahn. The film stars Ramon Novarro, Lola Lane, Gene Lockhart, Kathleen Burke, Stanley Fields and Billy Bevan. The film was released on September 6, 1937, by Republic Pictures.
Amarkalam is a 1999 Indian Tamil romantic action film written and directed by Saran and produced by V. Sudhir Kumar for the banner Venkateswaralayam. The film featured Ajith Kumar, making it his 25th film and Shalini in the lead roles with Raghuvaran, Raadhika and Nassar in other pivotal roles. The film opened in August 1999 to positive reviews from critics and became a blockbuster. The film was dubbed in Telugu as Adbutham. It was also remade in Telugu as Leela Mahal Center and in Kannada as Asura.
Santo Domingo Blues: Los Tigueres de la Bachata (2004)
Interviews with and performances by Luis Vargas and others highlight a history of bachata -- Santo Domingo's version of blues music.
Who Are You, Polly Maggoo? (1966)
Who Are You, Polly Maggoo? (French: Qui êtes-vous, Polly Maggoo?) is a 1966 French film directed by William Klein.
It is a satirical art house movie spoofing the fashion world and its excesses. It stars Dorothy McGowan as supermodel Polly Maggoo being followed by a French television crew. It also stars Grayson Hall as Miss Maxwell, a fashion magazine editor modeled after Diana Vreeland, and Philippe Noiret as the TV reporter and director. Also appearing in the film are Jean Rochefort, Sami Frey, and Alice Sapritch.
McGowan was an Irish-American model prior to the film; she modeled for Vogue and Harper's Bazaar.
After the release of the film, which was McGowan's first and only film role, she disappeared from public view and apparently neither acted nor modeled again, according to Klein.
Fence Riders (1950)
Two cowboys (Whip Wilson, Andy Clyde) rescue a woman rancher (Reno Browne) from rustlers.
The heir of the royal family takes over the legacy and riches after his father's demise; but his uncles are after his money and they plot to get him killed.
Woman Hater (1948)
Stewart Granger stars as an English aristocrat who believes that all women are fortune hunters out to ensnare men. When a beautiful Continental actress visits England and proclaims that men are boring, he dismisses it as a publicity stunt. To prove that he is right, he invites her to dinner, but she discovers his plan and decides to outwit him. The two, equally dedicated to disproving the other, engage in a battle of wits, but to their horror, Cupid may well win in the end.
Ms. Mammy (2012)
A successful advertising agency executive falls asleep on an airplane and wakes up in an alternate universe as a stay-at-home mom with three kids.
Not a Still Life (2013)
An older gay Jewish man has an evolution of awareness.
Legend Of The Red Reaper (2013)
Red (Tara Cardinal), the last Reaper, sets out to exact revenge on the people responsible for leaving humanity defenseless against the demons in the dark.
Behind The Wall (2011)
Life on both sides of the Berlin Wall in East and West Germany.
Lusers, los amigos no se eligen (2015)
Three men from different areas of South America take a wild trek through the jungle to get to the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Night of the Bums (1998)
When three mischievous witches target the homeless population of the city with a toxic concoction that turns regular people into flesh-eating ghouls, the streets run red with blood.