In the Last Days of the City (2017)

IN THE LAST DAYS OF THE CITY is a haunting, lyrical chronicle of recent years in the Arab world where revolutions seemed to spark hope for change and yield further instability in one stroke. Khalid Abdalla (The Kite Runner, The Square), plays the protagonist - a filmmaker in Cairo attempting to capture the zeitgeist of his city as the world changes around him - from personal love and loss, to the fall of the Mubarak regime. Throughout, friends send footage and stories from Berlin, Baghdad, and Beirut, creating a powerful, multilayered meditation on the meaning of homeland. Shot during the two years before the outbreak of revolution in Egypt, the film’s multi-layered stories are a visually rich exploration of friendship, loneliness and life in cities shaped by the shadows of war and adversity.

Roadhouse Nights (1930)

Roadhouse Nights is a 1930 American Pre-Code gangster film. A number of sources including Sally Cline in her book Dashiell Hammett Man of Mystery claim it is based on the classic novel Red Harvest written by Dashiell Hammett (author of The Maltese Falcon, The Thin Man, and The Glass Key). However the credits of the film itself say only "An Original Screenplay by Ben Hecht." Hammett receives no mention at all (and the plots are not similar). The movie, an unusual amalgam of musical comedy and gangster melodrama, was directed by Hobart Henley, stars Helen Morgan, Charles Ruggles, and Fred Kohler, and features a rare screen musical comedy performance by Jimmy Durante, in his screen debut, with his vaudeville partners Lou Clayton and Eddie Jackson ("Clayton, Jackson, and Durante"). Helen Morgan also sings It Can't Go On Like This.

Shadowing the Third Man (2004)

A documentary shows the filming of the 1949 film "The Third Man".

Borrowed Trouble (1948)

Borrowed Trouble is a 1948 American Western film directed by George Archainbaud and written by Charles Belden. The film stars William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks, Helen Chapman, Anne O'Neal, John Parrish and Cliff Clark. The film was released on July 23, 1948, by United Artists.

Spy (1989)

CIA agent Richard Berk (Bruce Greenwood), a broken man ever since his wife, Angela (Catherine Hicks), left him, decides to disappear. His superior and friend, Tony Cooper (Michael Tucker), helps by bringing him to a cosmetic surgeon who will change his identity. One year later, Richard finds out that both Tony and the doctor are dead, and he fears that his knowledge about certain agents' misdeeds in Central America may be making him a target. He tries to warn Angela that she may be in danger.

Our Dancing Daughters (1928)

A flapper who's secretly a good girl and a gold digging floozy masquerading as an ingénue both vie for the hand of a millionaire.

Lead with Your Heart (2015)

When their parents contemplate splitting up, two teens hatch a scheme to make them realize how much they need each other.

No Greater Love (2015)

No Greater Love, an award-winning documentary, invites the audience to experience war and its aftermath from a soldier’s perspective and delves into the struggles many veterans face when they return home including PTSD, suicide, and addiction.

The House I Live In (1945)

The House I Live In is a ten-minute short film written by Albert Maltz, produced by Frank Ross and Mervyn LeRoy, and starring Frank Sinatra. Made to oppose anti-Semitism at the end of World War II, it received an Honorary Academy Award and a special Golden Globe Award in 1946.

Chico (2001)

Chico is a 2001 Hungarian movie about the life of Eduardo Rózsa Flores.

Bogie (1980)

This biopic tells the story of Humphrey Bogart's life from his humble beginnings as a struggling actor to his big-screen success. Despite his fame, Bogey's personal life was turbulent, resulting in three failed marriages and a highly publicized romance with Lauren Bacall. But just as he'd found true love, he had to face a new challenge when he was diagnosed with cancer.

Book of Blood (2009)

Book of Blood is a 2009 British mystery-drama-horror film directed by John Harrison and starring Jonas Armstrong, Sophie Ward, and Doug Bradley. It is based on the framing stories from Clive Barker's Books of Blood.

Black Box (2012)

Inside a mysterious black box lies the secret to one's desires. As the black box changes hands, each new owner must resist what they covet most or prepare to defend their salacious greed against an immortal assassin. As several lives collide, can they escape the wrath of avarice and the black box?

The Flying Fool (1929)

The Flying Fool is a 1929 sound aviation picture produced and distributed by Pathé Exchange. Tay Garnett directed and William Boyd starred.

Prey for Death (2015)

Baron Emerson explores the world hunting the best warriors in every region. He arrives in the American frontier to track down an outlaw gunslinger, and arranges for him to be freed so he can hunt him through the wild west.

You Are Not Alone (2012)

An examination of psychosocial factors causing depression in gay black men.

Don Juan (1956)

Don Juan is a 1956 historical comedy film directed by John Berry and starring Fernandel, Carmen Sevilla and Roland Armontel. It was a co-production between France, Italy and Spain, based on the legend of Don Juan. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Sigfrido Burmann and Georges Wakhévitch.

Arizona Whirlwind (1944)

Arizona Whirlwind is a 1944 American western film directed by Robert Emmett Tansey. It stars Ken Maynard, Hoot Gibson, and Bob Steele.

Mutantis (2014)

A scientist drags his stepchildren into the forest to use them as bait for Bigfoot, and they are all horrified when they run into a mutant creature.

Shuang xi ling men (1970)

When two students cannot get their parents to bless their marriage, they fake their deaths to marry.

Another One Opens (2013)

Five battered friends reunite after 20 years for a weekend in a remote guest house. The mysterious surroundings and their hosts challenge them to see the world through new eyes.

Clownwise (2013)

A student travels with Oskar, a famous clown performer, and discovers a connection with two other notable artists.

Custer Of The West (1967)

Custer of the West is a 1967 American Western film directed by Robert Siodmak. It tells a highly fictionalised version of the life and death of George Armstrong Custer. It starred Robert Shaw as Custer, Robert Ryan, Ty Hardin, Jeffrey Hunter and Mary Ure. The film was shot entirely in Spain. The plot of the film was very close to that of the 1941 film They Died with Their Boots On, in which Errol Flynn played Custer.

Salón México (1949)

Salón México is a 1949 Mexican film noir directed by Emilio Fernández and co-written by Fernandez and Mauricio Magdaleno. It stars Marga López as a dance hall prostitute struggling to support her younger sister at an exclusive upscale school. It earned Lopez the 1950 Ariel Award for Best Actress and a nomination for the Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actor for Rodolfo Acosta. The film is cited as a classic example of the Mexican genre of Cabaretera (Dance Hall film) about "a sympathetic character, a good woman forced into a bad life by circumstances beyond her control."

Behind Every Good Man (1966)

In 1966, a drag queen in Los Angeles waits for her date.

Killer Party (1986)

Killer Party is a 1986 horror comedy directed by William Fruet. This film is the latest pre-May 1986 MGM movie to be owned by Turner Entertainment since 1986 (and then owned by Warner Bros. since the 1996 Time Warner-Turner merger)

Inserts (1975)

Inserts is a 1975 British film, written and directed by John Byrum while he was in his twenties, and starring Richard Dreyfuss, Jessica Harper, Bob Hoskins and Veronica Cartwright. The film was originally rated X but later re-rated as NC-17 in 1996. The plot concerns actors and directors in the early 1930s who were unable to make the transition from silent films to talkies, and thus turned to making pornography. The film's title takes its name from the double meaning that "insert" both refers to a film technique and sexual intercourse. Inserts was filmed like a one-act stage play on one set and filmed entirely in real time.

Guns in the Heather (1969)

Guns in the Heather is a 1969 Walt Disney family film directed by Robert Butler and produced by Ron Miller. It stars Kurt Russell, Glenn Corbett and Alfred Burke. It was originally broadcast in parts on Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color in the United States under the title Guns in the Heather, then re-edited for a European theatrical release under the English title, The Secret of Boyne Castle. It was re-broadcast on American television in 1978 under the title The Spybusters. The story is based on the 1963 novel Guns in the Heather, by Lockhart Amerman. The film was primarily shot on location in Ireland, with additional scenes shot at Pinewood Studios near London, England.

Mirror Mirror 2: Raven Dance (1994)

Mirror, Mirror II: Raven Dance is a 1994 American horror film produced, co-written, and directed by Jimmy Lifton, and starring Tracy Wells, Roddy McDowall, Sally Kellerman, Veronica Cartwright, and Mark Ruffalo. A sequel to Mirror, Mirror (1990), its plot follows a teenage orphan who finds herself haunted by a mysterious mirror inside the Catholic orphanage she is living in.

Cristina Wants to Get Married (2003)

Cristina Quer Casar ("Cristina Wants to Get Married" in Portuguese) is a 2003 Brazilian film. Cine TAM, a cinema company division of the parent company of TAM Airlines, organized the presentation of the film in Medford, Massachusetts, United States in 2007.

Malignant (2013)

A grieving man, Allex (Gary Cairns), falls victim to a rogue scientist (Brad Dourif) who uses deadly methods to cure addictions. Unaware that he’s become the latest experiment, Allex passes out from drinking and wakes up to find stitches across his chest and a gruesome video showing a murder. Now he must confront the scientist and overcome his terrifying treatments… or face the ultimate horror.

Desert of Fire (1971)

The leader of a group of desert thieves learns that one of his gang is stalking him for his fair share of the booty.

The Last Stand (1938)

The Last Stand is a 1938 American western film directed by Joseph H. Lewis. It is an early example of the western detective story.

Hitler in Colour (2005)

Nazi Adolf Hitler rises to power in 1930s Germany.

House Of Dracula (1945)

House of Dracula is a 1945 American monster, crossover, horror film released by Universal Pictures. It was a direct sequel to House of Frankenstein and continued the theme of combining Universal's three most popular monsters: Frankenstein's monster (Glenn Strange), Count Dracula (John Carradine) and the Wolf Man (Lon Chaney, Jr.). The film – which was the seventh Universal film to feature Frankenstein's monster, as well as the fourth with Count Dracula and the Wolf Man – was a commercial success but would be one of the last Universal movies featuring Frankenstein's monster, vampires and werewolves, with the exception of the comedy Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948), in which all three appear.

Tour of Duty (2016)

Three former prostitutes wander through a derelict United States military camp in Korea's northern Gyeonggi province.

Grief Street (1931)

Grief Street is a 1931 American pre-Code mystery crime film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Barbara Kent and John Holland. It was produced and distributed by the Chesterfield Motion Pictures Corporation.

Volcano: An Inquiry into the Life and Death of Malcolm Lowry (1976)

Volcano: An Inquiry into the Life and Death of Malcolm Lowry is a 1976 Canadian documentary film about writer Malcolm Lowry. Written and directed by Donald Brittain and John Kramer, it was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. It can currently be seen as a bonus feature on the Criterion Collection DVD release of Under the Volcano.

Cinema of Vengeance (1994)

A history of martial arts movies includes biographies, filmographies and interviews.

Vai avanti tu che mi vien da ridere (1982)

Vai avanti tu che mi vien da ridere (Go ahead you as I have to laugh) is a 1982 Italian crime-comedy film directed by Giorgio Capitani.

Savage Encounter (1980)

A writer is haunted by memories of a physical assault as she and her husband attempt to start life anew in the country.

Running Against Time (1990)

An inventor's (Sam Wanamaker) time machine sends a professor (Robert Hays) to 1963 Dallas, where he tries to change history.

The Black Republic (1990)

Black Republic is a 1990 South Korean film directed by Park Kwang-su.

Blood of Dracula's Castle (1969)

Blood of Dracula's Castle is a 1969 horror cult B-movie directed by Al Adamson and released by exploitation film specialists Crown International Pictures.

All Blossoms Again: Pedro Costa, Director (2006)

Filmmaker Pedro Costa works on the production of "Colossal Youth."

The Battle of Orgreave (2002)

A reconstruction of the battle between miners and policeman.

Man Bait (1952)

The Last Page, released in the United States as Man Bait, is a 1952 British film noir produced by Hammer Film Productions starring George Brent, Marguerite Chapman and Diana Dors. The film is notable for being the first Hammer film directed by Terence Fisher, who later played a critical role in the creation of the company's immensely successful horror film cycle. The Last Page is also notable for being the first film made under a four-year production and distribution contract between Hammer and the US film distribution company Lippert Pictures. As in all of these films, the leading role was played by a well-known Hollywood actor supplied by Lippert to ensure familiarity with American audiences.

'Tis Pity She's a Whore (1971)

'Tis Pity She's a Whore also known as Peccato che sia una puttana is an Italian romance-drama film co-written and directed by Giuseppe Patroni Griffi and starring Charlotte Rampling, Oliver Tobias and Fabio Testi. It is based on the tragedy with the same name written by John Ford. The music was composed by Ennio Morricone.

George's Island (1989)

George's Island is a Canadian family adventure film. It was shot in and around Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Built On Narrow Land (2013)

A glimpse into a brief period of time in Cape Cod when Bauhaus architecture was married to seaside New England style.

Farewell to Hollywood (2013)

A terminally ill teenager's wish leads to a deep, loving and controversial relationship with a 55-year-old filmmaker. As her life nears its end, Reggie risks everything to fight for the life, art and love she chooses.

The Admirer (2012)

In Saint Petersburg, Chekhov meets aspiring writer Lydia, and their mutual sympathy develops into a deep feeling. Unfortunately, Lydia is married and Chekhov is terminally ill.

Adventures in Silverado (1948)

Legendary novelist Robert Louis Stevenson (Edgar Barrier, Macbeth) takes a trip to the Old West, searching for story material. Upon entering Silverado, he sees Bill Foss (William Bishop, The Killer That Stalked New York), an independent stagecoach driver looking to start his own line. Foss's arrival riles the town's stage-line driver, Zeke Butler (Forrest Tucker, TV's "F Troop"), who challenges Foss to a race and runs him off the road. Now penniless and without a horse, Foss must take a job with stage-line operator Jeannie Manning (Gloria Henry, Rancho Notorious). But when a bandit known as The Monk keeps robbing stages, Foss is accused of being in cahoots with him. It's up to Foss to clear his name and expose the true identity of The Monk. Newly remastered.

My Last Year With The Nuns (2014)

Matt Smith and his friends roam the Catholic Capitol Hill neighborhoods of Seattle in the late 1960s.

Horror House (2008)

Terror strikes when a filmmaker lures aspiring actors and actresses to shoot a horror movie.

Changing Season: On the Masumoto Family Farm (2015)

A year in the life of farmer, slow food advocate and sansei David Masumoto.

The Stranger (1987)

After witnessing a murder, Alice Kildee (Bonnie Bedelia) is involved in a car accident. She wakes up in a hospital with no memory of who she is, but has total recall concerning the murder. The problem is, no such killing has been reported. So the authorities, assuming that Alice is merely fantasizing, release her picture to the papers in hopes of identifying her. Through the help of psychiatrist Harris Kite Peter Riegert, Alice comes to realize that the murder she has described in such vivid detail actually took place in a movie she saw just before her accident. But if this is the case, why is a hit man (David Spielberg) determined to rub out poor Alice?

Fugitive from Sonora (1943)

Fugitive from Sonora is a 1943 American Western film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by Norman S. Hall. The film stars Don "Red" Barry, Wally Vernon, Lynn Merrick, Harry Cording, Ethan Laidlaw and Pierce Lyden. The film was released on July 1, 1943, by Republic Pictures.

Ghost Valley Raiders (1940)

Ghost Valley Raiders is a 1940 American Western film directed by George Sherman and written by Bennett Cohen. The film stars Don "Red" Barry, Lona Andre, LeRoy Mason, Tom London, Jack Ingram and Ralph Peters. The film was released on March 26, 1940, by Republic Pictures.

Mission to Glory: A True Story (1977)

Spanish missionary Eusebio Francisco Kino (Richard Egan) serves the circa-1700 Southwest on horseback.

Black Mass (2005)

During World War II, four American soldiers learn the Nazis have been accessing supernatural powers, and they have to fight evil in its extreme form.

Mountain (2015)

Mountain is a 2015 Israeli drama film directed by Yaelle Kayam. It was screened in the Discovery section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.

The Lady in Red (1979)

The Lady in Red is a 1979 film directed by Lewis Teague, and starring Pamela Sue Martin and Robert Conrad. It is an early writing effort of John Sayles who became better known as a director in the 1980s and 1990s. The film tells the crime story of poor farmer's daughter who leaves for Chicago, where she is sent to prison, serves as prostitute, falls in love with a criminal and finally tries bank robbery.

The Negro Soldier (1944)

The Negro Soldier is a 1944 documentary created by the United States Army during World War II. The film was produced by Frank Capra as a follow up to his successful film series Why We Fight. The army used this film as propaganda to convince Black Americans to enlist in the army and fight in the war. Most people regarded the film very highly, some going as far as to say that The Negro Soldier was "one of the finest things that ever happened to America". Due to both high reviews and great cinematography, The Negro Soldier proved to be a breakout film influencing army members and civilians of all races. In 2011, it was chosen to be preserved in the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress.

February 15, 1839 (2001)

February 15, 1839 (original title: 15 février 1839) is a 2001 Quebec historical drama film. Directed by Pierre Falardeau, it is about the incarceration at the Pied-du-Courant Prison and the execution by hanging there of Patriote participants of the Lower Canada Rebellion. Those rebels sought to make Lower Canada, now Quebec, a republic independent from the British Empire. It features as characters the historical figures François-Marie-Thomas Chevalier de Lorimier, his wife Henriette and Charles Hindelang. Pierre Falardeau said that Telefilm Canada approved Michel Brault's 1999 movie Quand je serai parti... vous vivrez encore as an excuse to initially deny funds for 15 février 1839.[citation needed] It released in the United States by Lionsgate on January 26, 2001. It won four Prix Jutra for Actor (Luc Picard), Supporting Actress (Sylvie Drapeau), Art Direction and Sound.

Sky Pirates (1986)

Sky Pirates (also known as Dakota Harris) is a 1986 Australian adventure film written and produced by John D. Lamond, and directed by Colin Eggleston. It was inspired by Steven Spielberg's Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), as well as borrowing liberally from The Philadelphia Experiment (1984), The Deer Hunter (1978), Dirty Harry (1971) and Mad Max (1979).

Red Desert Penitentiary (1985)

Shooting begins on an adult western about a man who claims he was held captive in the desert for 20 years.

Lawless: Dead Evidence (2001)

Years ago, a serial killer was apparently put behind bars. But when bodies begin appearing bearing his distinct markings, the investigation is reopened. Detective Jodie Keane (Angela Dotchin) is put on the case with some help from ex-cop John Lawless (Kevin Smith)--and Jodie is the bait. C. Thomas Howell co-stars in this New Zealand production.

Finding Interest (1994)

An excitement-craving executive hires a hit man to kill him, but winds up on the other side of the trigger instead.

Unfinished Stories (2007)

The obstacles confronted by three Iranian women intersect when they each spend a night on the streets of Tehran.

The Trail (2006)

La Piste is a 2006 French film starring Julian Sands and Camille Summers. The film was directed by French photographer and director Éric Valli.

Polar Trappers (1938)

Polar Trappers is a 1938 Donald Duck and Goofy cartoon set in the South Pole, where the duo are trapping polar animals. This is the first cartoon where Donald Duck and Goofy appear without Mickey Mouse.

Mutilation Mile (2009)

Mutilation Mile is a 2009 American horror film shot, edited, written, produced, and directed by Ron Atkins. The film stars Lawrence Bucher and Daniel McCabe as Jack and Jimmy DeGrasso, who, on a mission to find the killer of their beloved uncle Sal, murder everyone who crosses their path. The word "fuck" is used 664 times in the film's 82-minute running time, making it one of the films that most frequently uses the word.

Racing Blood (1954)

Racing Blood is a 1954 American drama film directed by Wesley Barry and written by Samuel Roeca. The film stars Bill Williams, Jean Porter, Jimmy Boyd, George Cleveland, John Eldredge and Sam Flint. The film was released on March 3, 1954, by 20th Century Fox.

2 Minutes Later (2007)

A lesbian detective and a gay man investigate the disappearance of his twin.

Karaoke Girl (2013)

A young woman from the country works as an escort in a Bangkok bar to support her family.

Soul Of A Banquet (2014)

In 1961, Cecilia Chiang introduces the United States to authentic Chinese food.

LaDonna Harris: Indian 101 (2014)

The native political and social activism of the Comanche activist.

Maximum Impact (2009)

Agent X faces deadly enemies trying to rescue someone.

I Promise You Anarchy (2015)

I Promise You Anarchy (Spanish: Te Prometo Anarquía) is a 2015 Mexican drama film, directed and written by Julio Hernández Cordón. The film stars Diego Calva Hernández and Eduardo Eliseo Martinez as two long-time friends and lovers, and after a failed business are separated by the mother of one of them. The film premiered at the 68th Locarno International Film Festival, being the only Latin film competing for the Golden Leopard Award and was screened at the Contemporary World Cinema Section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. After its exhibition at the 13th Morelia International Film Festival, the film earned the Guerrero Award for Best Mexican Feature and a Special Mention by the Jury. The film also received two nominations at the 2016 Ariel Awards for Best Director and Best Cinematography.

The Niklashausen Journey (1970)

The Black Monk urges a humble shepherd to start a revolution after the shepherd sees the Virgin Mary.

Pannaiyarum Padminiyum (2014)

Pannaiyarum Padminiyum (English: The Landlord and Padmini) is a 2014 Indian Tamil comedy-drama film based on the same-titled short film directed by debutant S. U. Arun Kumar of Naalaya Iyakunar fame. It features Vijay Sethupathi and Jayaprakash in the lead roles, with Thulasi, Aishwarya Rajesh and Bala Saravanan in supporting roles. Sneha and Attakathi Dinesh appear in brief guest roles. Music for the film was composed by debutant Justin Prabhakaran and editing by A. Sreekar Prasad while the cinematography is by Gokul Binoy. The film revolves around an old man and his love for his vintage car Premier Padmini. The film began production in January 2013 and released on 7 February 2014 to critical acclaim and positive reviews.

The Go Masters (1982)

Young Chinese Kuang Yishan (Sun Daolin), an apt player of the ancient strategy game Go, is sent to Japan to study with one of its great masters, Rinsaku Matsunami (Rentar Mikuni). Through Matsunami's tutelage, the boy grows into a champion. But during World War II, he's forced to swear allegiance to Japan. When his son with a local woman is killed in combat, he attempts to get revenge through the game, challenging his former master to a match that lasts for more than three decades.

The American Snitch (1983)

Satire spoof about a "National Enquirer"-type tabloid, featuring a cast of celebrity look-alikes.

Polite People (2011)

Polite People is a 2011 Icelandic comedy film directed by Olaf de Fleur Johannesson.

Heading For Heaven (1947)

Heading for Heaven is a 1947 American film directed by Lewis D. Collins based on the 1929 play For the Sake of the Family by Daniel Brown. Made by Pathe Industries for release by Producers Releasing Corporation, the film was later picked up for distribution by Eagle-Lion Films after PRC's demise. It was one of several films of the time depicting fraudulent spiritualism such as Nightmare Alley, The Spiritualist and London Belongs to Me.

Silent Shame (2009)

Ulyssis finds his father and reads his mother's journals to learn about how she died from AIDS.

Strike Me Deadly (1963)

A forest ranger witnesses a murder. He and his wife are captured by the killer and held captive in a remote cabin.

Navy Blues (1941)

Navy Blues is a 1941 American musical comedy film directed by Lloyd Bacon and written by Jerry Wald, Richard Macaulay, Arthur T. Horman and Sam Perrin. The film stars Ann Sheridan, Jack Oakie, Martha Raye, Jack Haley, Herbert Anderson, Jack Carson, Jackie Gleason and William T. Orr. The film was released by Warner Bros. on September 13, 1941.

Born for Glory (1935)

Forever England redirects here - the phrase is also a quotation from Rupert Brooke's poem "The Soldier". Brown on Resolution (US title - Born for Glory; UK re-issue title - Forever England) is a 1935 film adaptation of the CS Forester novel Brown on Resolution. The plot is centred on the illegitimate son of a British naval officer singlehandedly bringing about the downfall of a German cruiser during World War I. The title role is played by John Mills, his first lead role, and it is also notable for being the first film to use actual Royal Navy ships. The novel was also later adapted as Sailor of the King (also titled Single-Handed in the US, and sometimes - though rarely - Brown on Resolution), in 1953. The 1935 version retains the novel's original World War I setting, but in the 1953 remake, the setting is realistically updated to the Second World War, as the Germans resumed commerce raiding with surface warships in 1939.

Wild Grizzly (2000)

A teenager from a wilderness community tries desperately to prevent local ranchers from destroying a bear.

Eyjafjallajökull (2013)

Eyjafjallajökull is a 2013 French comedy film directed by Alexandre Coffre.

The Thrill of Brazil (1946)

The Thrill of Brazil, also known as Dancing Down to Rio, is a 1946 American musical film directed by S. Sylvan Simon for Columbia Pictures and starring Evelyn Keyes, Keenan Wynn, and Ann Miller.

1987 (2014)

1987 is a Canadian film, directed by Ricardo Trogi and released in 2014. It's the sequel to 2009's 1981.

Pride (2009)

Pride is a manga series by Yukari Ichijo serialized in Chorus magazine. In 2007 it won the Excellence Prize for manga at the 11th Japan Media Arts Festival. It was adapted into a 2009 Japanese live-action film starring Stephanie as the protagonist, aspiring opera singer Shio Asami.

The Looking Glass (2011)

Paul, a troubled young man, lives in a rural house with Claire, his pregnant girlfriend. Life is good until Claire's witchlike mother shows up and begins exerting a malevolent influence on Paul's life.

Szamárköhögés (1987)

A 10-year-old Hungarian boy and his grandmother cope with the bloody Budapest uprising of 1956 that led to the Soviet takeover of the country.

Monster on the Campus (1958)

Monster on the Campus (Monster in the Night and Stranger on the Campus) is a 1958 American science fiction/horror film, released by Universal-International. It was directed by Jack Arnold, from a script by David Duncan. It was theatrically released in 1958 on a double bill with the British Blood of the Vampire. The film was the last of Universal's science fiction monster films released before Island of Terror (1966).

Relentless Justice (2014)

A former intelligence officer (Leilani Sarelle) now lives a quieter live in suburbia, training fighters at a gym and raising her daughter. But when her daughter fails to come home from a camping trip, she is violently thrust back into action.

The Ten Lives of Titanic the Cat (2007)

Strange events plague a young girl (Tiril Eeg-Henriksen) after she finds a mysterious photograph.