The Crime of Helen Stanley (1934)

The Crime of Helen Stanley is a 1934 American Pre-Code crime film directed by D. Ross Lederman.

Sor Batalla (1990)

A nun is sent to a distant town ruled by an evil man and using her faith and joy tries to change him.

Cooking up dreams (2009)

A journey into the kitchens of Peru's people.

The Borrowers (2011)

The Borrowers is a 2011 British television film starring Stephen Fry, Christopher Eccleston and Victoria Wood, based broadly on Mary Norton's 1952 novel The Borrowers.

A Dangerous Game (1941)

Inmates at an eerie mental asylum hold surprises galore for an on-assignment insurance investigator.

The Country Doctor (1936)

The Country Doctor is a 1936 American drama film directed by Henry King and written by Sonya Levien. The film stars Jean Hersholt, June Lang, Slim Summerville, Michael Whalen, Dorothy Peterson and Robert Barrat. The film was released on March 12, 1936, by 20th Century Fox.

Dangerous Games (1958)

What starts out as a lark for a group of restless adolescents in Paris turns into a nightmare of kidnapping and murder.

Giving Tongue (1996)

A member (Clare Holman) of Parliament pushes an anti-hunting bill and rekindles an old friendship.

The Louisiana Hussy (1959)

Louisiana Hussy is a 1959 American film directed by Lee Sholem. The film is also known as Louisiana Hussey (American alternative spelling).

Wacky Taxi (1972)

A Mexican-American, Pepper (John Astin), has big dreams of striking it rich, but very little capital to make those dreams a reality. But one day Pepper quits his factory job and uses his life savings -- such as they are -- to buy a beat-up jalopy, which he transforms into a taxi. He prowls the streets looking for fares, always trying to stay away from the cops, as his business is illegal. His dreams sour, though, when the car is stolen. He must get it back or lose everything.

Parole Girl (1933)

Parole Girl is a 1933 American pre-Code romantic drama film directed by Edward Cline. The film stars Mae Clarke and Ralph Bellamy.

Sahkanaga (2011)

Sahkanaga is a 2011 feature film written and directed by American filmmaker John Henry Summerour. The film uses the true events of the Tri-State Crematory incident as its setting and backdrop, though the central characters are fictional.

Andrew Dice Clay: Dice Rules (1991)

Biddy, boom! Andrew Dice Clay's comedy knows no bounds. Roughly translated (is there any other way with him?), that means he's lewd, crude and often utterly hilarious. But this stand-up program demonstrates that the "Dice Man" is not for everybody. For some, he's an acquired taste -- but if you're not in the least bit timid or squeamish and don't take offense easily, Clay just might be the comedian for you.

A Dangerous Woman (1929)

A Dangerous Woman is a 1929 American Pre-Code film released by Paramount, based on the Margery Lawrence story, A Woman Who Needed Killing. It was directed by Gerald Grove and Rowland V. Lee from a script by John Farrow and Edward E. Paramore Jr. Olga Baclanova (billed as Baclanova) stars as Tania Gregory and Clive Brook plays her husband Frank Gregory. The film is set at an outpost in British East Africa. Other actors include Neil Hamilton as Bobby Gregory, Clyde Cook as Tubbs, Leslie Fenton as Peter Allerton and Snitz Edwards as Chief Macheria.

The Walking Dead (1936)

The Walking Dead is a 1936 American horror film distributed by Warner Bros., directed by Michael Curtiz, and starring Boris Karloff, who plays a wrongly executed man who is restored to life by a scientist (Edmund Gwenn). The supporting cast features Ricardo Cortez, Marguerite Churchill and Barton MacLane.

The Barretts Of Wimpole Street (1957)

The Barretts of Wimpole Street is a 1957 Metrocolor CinemaScope film originating from the United Kingdom, and was a re-make of the earlier 1934 version by the same director, Sidney Franklin. Both films are based on the play The Barretts of Wimpole Street by Rudolf Besier. The screenplay for the 1957 film is credited to John Dighton, although Franklin used exactly the same script for the second movie as he did for the first. The film, set in the early 19th century, stars Jennifer Jones, John Gielgud, and Bill Travers.

Danger Tomorrow (1960)

Danger Tomorrow is a 1960 British crime film directed by Terry Bishop and starring Zena Walker, Robert Urquhart and Rupert Davies.

Danger Valley (1937)

Danger Valley is a 1937 American western released by Monogram Pictures, directed by Robert N. Bradbury, written by Robert Emmett Tansey (as "Robert Emmett") and starring Addison Randall (aka Jack Randall).

Danger Woman (1946)

A group of agents sent to acquire atomic secrets victimizes a college science professor.

Dormant Beauty (2012)

Dormant Beauty (Italian: Bella addormentata) is a 2012 Italian drama film directed by Marco Bellocchio and starring Toni Servillo and Isabelle Huppert. The film was selected to compete for the Golden Lion at the 69th Venice International Film Festival. For this film Maya Sansa won the David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actress.

Lost Ranch (1937)

Lost Ranch is a 1937 American film directed by Sam Katzman.

Fatty Finn (1980)

Fatty Finn is a 1980 Australian film, directed by Maurice Murphy and starring Ben Oxenbould with Rebecca Rigg. It is based on the 1930s cartoon-strip character, Fatty Finn, created by Syd Nicholls and is loosely based on the 1927 silent film, The Kid Stakes.

Voices from Beyond (1991)

Voices from Beyond (Voci dal Profondo) is a 1991 Italian mystery thriller film by director Lucio Fulci. The story centers about the murder of a wealthy man, with his spirit returning to guide his daughter in discovering his killers.

The Blacks (2010)

The Blacks is a 2009 Croatian drama film directed by Goran Dević and Zvonimir Jurić. The film was selected as the Croatian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.

Beauty and the Beast (1978)

Beauty and the Beast is a Czechoslovak horror fairy tale film directed by Slovak film director Juraj Herz in 1978. The film is a re-telling of the classic tale Beauty and the Beast. Herz made the innovative decision to depict the beast as a bird-like creature. It has a gothic atmosphere and setting, and a pervasive atmosphere of dread.

Two Days Back (2011)

Emma disappears with a feral boy when she is 5 but has no memory of the ordeal. Seventeen years later she re-enters the forest to help environmentalists stop illegal tree-harvesting. When people start to be killed off, she must face her dark past.

As If It Were Raining (1963)

Embezzling is tempting to a man (Eddie Constantine) passing through Spain.

The Oregon Trail (1959)

The Oregon Trail is a 1959 American western film directed by Gene Fowler Jr. and starring Fred MacMurray, William Bishop and Nina Shipman. The film's sets were designed by the art directors John B. Mansbridge and Lyle R. Wheeler.

The Show Goes On (1937)

The Show Goes On is a 1937 British musical comedy film directed by Basil Dean and starring Gracie Fields, Owen Nares and John Stuart.

Are You There? (1930)

Are You There? is a 1931 American comedy film directed by Hamilton MacFadden and written by Harlan Thompson. The film stars Beatrice Lillie, John Garrick, Olga Baclanova, George Grossmith Jr., Roger Davis and Jillian Sand. The film was released on May 3, 1931, by Fox Film Corporation.

Stranger in My Bed (1987)

A woman (Lindsay Wagner) comes out of a two-week coma unable to remember anything about her husband (Armand Assante) and family.

Zorro's Black Whip (1944)

Zorro's Black Whip is a 1944 Republic Pictures film serial starring Linda Stirling. The film was made after the popular 1940 20th Century-Fox remake of The Mark of Zorro and Republic wasn't able to use the character himself, but still wanted to capitalize on it. However, and despite the title, Zorro does not feature in this serial. The hero(ine) is actually called The Black Whip throughout. The serial is set in pre-statehood Idaho, and involves a fight to prevent and ensure statehood by the villains and heroes respectively. Parts of this serial were reused as stock footage to pad out later serials such as Don Daredevil Rides Again (1951) and Man with the Steel Whip (1954) – despite the fact that both of those serials had male leads.

Suck (2009)

Suck is a 2009 rock-and-roll vampire black comedy horror film starring, written and directed by Rob Stefaniuk. Stefaniuk stars alongside Canadian actress Jessica Paré, Nicole de Boer (his castmate from the TV series Catwalk), Malcolm McDowell and rock legends Alice Cooper, Iggy Pop, Henry Rollins and Alex Lifeson of Rush. Production took place in and around Toronto in late 2008.

Dawn Of The Dragonslayer (2011)

After a dragon kills his father, a young man (Richard McWilliams) uses a mysterious family connection to become a former knight's squire so that he can learn how to slay the creature and avenge his father's death.

December Heat (2008)

December Heat (Estonian: Detsembrikuumus) is a 2008 historic action drama film about the 1924 Estonian coup d'état attempt directed by Asko Kase and starring Sergo Vares.

Punk Vacation (1990)

Townsfolk unite against a rough woman (Roxanne Rogers) and her mixed gang of motorcycle punks.

Back to Back (1989)

Bill Paxton stars in this slam-bang action thriller about two sons who face opposition in a small town after they return to prove their father's innocence of a crime that took place 25 years ago.

Hadewijch (2009)

Hadewijch, a novice nun, shocks the mother superior of her convent with her ecstatic blind faith, and is kicked out of the order. Hadewijch becomes Celine again, a young Parisian girl and daughter of a diplomat, and is led down dangerous paths in the real world, balancing between grace and madness in her rage and passionate love for God.

Vampirella (1996)

Vampirella is a 1996 American film which was part of the Roger Corman Presents series. It was based on the Vampirella comic book. It was directed by Jim Wynorski who in 2013 said it was the one movie of his he regretted making. "I can look back on it today and just say "Oh well", but back when the memories were fresh and the blood on the floor was yet to dry, it was painful to even edit," he said. "What went wrong??? Wrong choice for the star, massive union problems in Vegas, studio interference, theft, accidents, 112 degree heat, you name it, we had it happen. But as least I got to see Soupy Sales perform."

The Barber Shop (1933)

The Barber Shop (1933) is a short American Pre-Code comedy film starring W.C. Fields, directed by Arthur Ripley, and produced by Mack Sennett.

Dragon Hunt (1990)

Twin kickboxers (Michael McNamara, Martin McNamara) with mustaches are hunted by a mercenary's large henchmen in the woods.

Suburban Roulette (1968)

Neighbors gather to barbecue, have a pool party and swap wives.

Till Death (1978)

A man (Keith Atkinson) loses his bride (Belinda Balaski) in a car crash, then becomes her prisoner in her tomb.

Curse of the Blue Lights (1988)

Small-town teens ask a witch (Bettina Julius) for help against a primitive kind of ghoul, Muldoon man.

25 Carat (2009)

A debt collector meets a woman living on the edge of the law, and they become involved with her father in a scheme to make money.

Idol of Evil (2009)

The Vatican hires mythologist David Hilton (Richard Cambridge) to rescue Dr. Karen Kixley (Tracey Sheldon) from deranged Satanists.

Unforgivable (2011)

Unforgivable (French: Impardonnables) is a 2011 French drama film directed by André Téchiné, starring André Dussollier, Carole Bouquet, and Mélanie Thierry. The film is an adaptation of Philippe Djian's novel Unforgivable which received the Jean Freustié award in 2009. It was previously called The Angels Terminus. The film premiered at the Directors' Fortnight at the 2011 Cannes film festival.

On the Block (1990)

A Baltimore stripper (Marilyn Jones) attracts a crazed admirer in a sleazy district marked for urban renewal.

Attila (1954)

Attila (Italian: Attila, il flagello di Dio; French: Attila fléau de Dieu) is a 1954 Franco-Italian film co-production, directed by Pietro Francisci and produced by Dino De Laurentiis. Based on the life of Attila the Hun, it stars Anthony Quinn as Attila and Sophia Loren as Honoria, with Henri Vidal, Irene Papas, Ettore Manni and Christian Marquand. Scott Marlowe (1932–2001) made his screen debut in this film. It was an enormous box-office success, earning $2 million in the first ten days of its release. Along with The Pride and the Passion and Houseboat it was Loren's biggest success in the 1950s.

The Invincible (1972)

A knight-errant (Jimmy Wang Yu) tries to kill a brutal Mongolian warlord (Paul Chang).

Dear J (2008)

Dear J is a 2008 Independent Film drama by CubeCity Entertainment. Directed by Roberto Munoz and Mann Munoz. The film is the story of an evangelist who admits himself to a psychiatric institution after the death of his agnostic girlfriend.

Poisonous Women (1993)

The chaotic life of a sex therapist, including his nymphomaniac sister-in-law.

Oh... Rosalinda!! (1955)

During the four-power occupation of post-war Vienna, Rosalinda and her husband become embroiled in complicated escapades and subterfuges when Dr Falke exacts his revenge after being the subject of one of their practical jokes.

The Maidens' Conspiracy (2006)

Tirant lo Blanc (a.k.a. The Maidens' Conspiracy) is a 2006 historical adventure film directed by Vicente Aranda. It stars Casper Zafer, Esther Nubiola and Victoria Abril. The script was written by Aranda based on Tirant lo Blanch, a Valencian language chivalry novel dating to 1490, written by Joanot Martorell. It presents a highly fictionalized alternate history narrative of the events leading to the Fall of Constantinople. The film was shot in English, and was filmed in Madrid, Istanbul, Palermo, Granada, Huelva, Barcelona and Valencia.

Confessions (2014)

A grieving mother turns into a scheming avenger as she plots the downfall of those responsible for her daughter's drowning.

Siyama (2008)

Siyama or Siyama: Village of Warriors is a 2008 Thai action-fantasy film directed by Preecha Songsakul.

One for the Road (2009)

One for the Road (French: Le Dernier pour la route) is a 2009 French film directed by Philippe Godeau and starring François Cluzet, Mélanie Thierry, Michel Vuillermoz and Bernard Campan. Based on reporter Herve Chabalier's autobiography about his battle with alcoholism, the story takes place in a French Alps retreat where Herve (Cluzet) confronts his dangerous addiction. The film received five nominations at the César Awards 2010 with Mélanie Thierry winning Most Promising Actress.

Warrior Assassin (2013)

Two strangers embark on individual quests for revenge, and when they meet, they discover their target is the same man.

Hottarake no shima - Haruka to maho no kagami (2009)

Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror is a 2009 Japanese computer-animated film directed by Shinsuke Sato. It was produced in commemoration of Fuji Television's 50th anniversary. The film was nominated for the award for Excellent Animation of the Year at the 33rd Japan Academy Prize.

Accordions Rising (2015)

Filmmaker Roberta Cantow chronicles the resurgence of accordion music.

Face-Off (1971)

Face-Off is a 1971 Canadian feature film produced by John F. Bassett starring Art Hindle, Trudy Young and John Vernon. The story line concerns a rookie Toronto Maple Leafs ice hockey player and his romance with a musician. Several National Hockey League players also appeared in the film.

Uncle Vanya (1963)

Uncle Vanya is a 1963 British film adaptation of the work Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov. The film was directed by Stuart Burge. It was a filmed version of the Chichester Festival production, directed by (and starring) Laurence Olivier as Astrov, and also starring Michael Redgrave (Vanya), Rosemary Harris (Elena), and Joan Plowright (Sonya).

Sailors on Leave (1941)

Sailors on Leave is a 1941 American musical film directed by Albert S. Rogell and written by Art Arthur and Malcolm Stuart Boylan. The film stars William Lundigan, Shirley Ross, Chick Chandler, Ruth Donnelly, Mae Clarke and Cliff Nazarro. The film was released on September 30, 1941, by Republic Pictures.

Blind Spot (2008)

Journalists, scientists, politicians and others discuss the link between energy, the economy and the environment.

Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl (2011)

Author N.D. Wilson discusses his views on life, faith and death, and questions why a loving God would allow bad things to happen.

My Scary Girl (2006)

My Scary Girl is a 2006 South Korean black/romantic comedy film written and directed by Son Jae-gon.

Take Off (2009)

Take Off (Hangul: 국가대표; RR: Gukgadaepyo, Hanja:國家代表, literally "National Representative" or "National Athlete" or "National Team") is a 2009 South Korean film written and directed by Kim Yong-hwa. The film was the 2nd most attended film of the year in South Korea with 8,392,953 admissions.

Husbands In Goa (2012)

Husbands in Goa is a 2012 Malayalam comedy film directed by Saji Surendran and written by Krishna Poojapura, starring Jayasurya, Indrajith, Lal, Asif Ali, Rima Kallingal, Bhama, Remya Nambeesan and Praveena.

Whiskey with Vodka (2009)

An unreliable film star gets a local actor as an understudy, causing comic situations.

The Price of Silence (1959)

The Price of Silence is a 1959 British crime film directed by Montgomery Tully and starring Gordon Jackson and June Thorburn, with Mary Clare, Maya Koumani and Terence Alexander in supporting roles.

The Fiction-Makers (1968)

Hair-raising action for Simon Templar (Roger Moore), Leslie Charteris' famous rogue adventurer, The Saint, about a gang who bring an author's characters to life to pull off the crime of the century. Gang boss (Kenneth J Warren) discovers in a novel a plan ingenious enough to achieve the impossible and decides to give it a shot in real life. He follows the plot precisely. An entire fictional headquarters is re-created and all the characters are cast and the scheme is set in motion. The Saint stumbles onto the caper and has his hands full as he crosses the fictitious line between make believe and reality in a deadly no-man's zone.

Legacy of Rage (1986)

Legacy of Rage is a 1986 Hong Kong action film directed by Ronny Yu, starring Brandon Lee, Michael Wong, Regina Kent and also features a cameo appearance by Bolo Yeung who appeared in Brandon's father, Bruce Lee's, last film Enter the Dragon. This was Brandon Lee's first leading role in a film and the only Hong Kong production he starred in.

The Orphan Killer (2011)

The Orphan Killer is a 2011 independent horror film written and directed by Matt Farnsworth. It was produced by Farnsworth and Full Fathom 5. Farnsworth has stated that he has plans for sequels and a web series.

Our Blushing Brides (1930)

Gerry (Joan Crawford), Connie (Anita Page) and Franky (Dorothy Sebastian) are small-town girls who are seeking wealthy husbands in New York City. But, while Connie and Franky are reckless with their affections -- one bedding a married man and the other marrying a scoundrel -- Gerry is determined to remain practical. As she mothers her wounded, heartbroken gal pals, she stalwartly but foolishly resists the advances of the good-hearted and affluent Tony Jardine (Robert Montgomery).

Baby and Me (2008)

Baby and I (Hangul: 아기와 나; RR: Agiwa Na) is a 2008 South Korean film about a rebellious 18-year-old high school senior who ends up caring for a baby with a note, claiming he is the baby's father.

Jimmy Riviere (2011)

Jimmy Rivière is a 2011 French drama film directed by Teddy Lussi-Modeste.

Land of Madness (2010)

Luc Moullet explores the causes and consequences of cases of mental disorders in the Southern Alps.

Gabriela (1983)

In 1925, Gabriela becomes cook, mistress, and then wife of Nacib, a bar owner in a small Brazilian coastal town runs by the local colonels. Nacib becomes tired of Gabriela's uneducated ways, and annuls the marriage when he finds her in bed with his friend Tonico. The political ways of the town modernize slightly and Gabriela returns as Nacib's mistress.

Backwards (2012)

Failing to make the Olympic rowing team, a young woman (Sarah Megan Thomas) moves back in with her widowed mother and takes a job as a crew coach at her former high school.

Born in '45 (1966)

Born in '45 (German: Jahrgang 45) is a 1966 East German drama film directed by Jürgen Böttcher. It was screened in the Berlinale Classics section of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival.

Killing Car (1993)

Killing Car (original title: Femme dangereuse or Dangerous Woman) is a 1993 French surreal revenge thriller film directed by Jean Rollin. It was filmed in 1989 and stars Australian actress and model Tiki Tsang.

Lake of the Dead (1958)

Lake of the Dead (In Norwegian; De dødes tjern, also known as Lake of the damned) is a 1958 Norwegian horror film directed by Kåre Bergstrøm. The film stars Henki Kolstad, Henny Moan and Georg Richter.

Sea Without Exit (2006)

During World War II, crew members aboard a Japanese submarine reflect on the past.

Kokowääh (2011)

Kokowääh is a 2011 German film directed by Til Schweiger. It was released in German–speaking countries (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) on 3 February 2011. The film stars Til Schweiger, his daughter Emma Tiger Schweiger, Jasmin Gerat and Samuel Finzi. Another of Schweiger's daughters, Luna Schweiger, makes a small appearance in the film. Kokowääh is an onomatopoetic depiction of the French pronunciation of coq au vin. A sequel, Kokowääh 2, was released on 7 February 2013 with Schweiger having returned as director, co-writer and producer.

Messiah Of Evil (1973)

Messiah of Evil (later also shown under the title Dead People) is a 1973 American horror film co-written, co-produced, and co-directed by Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz, the husband and wife team behind the film version of Howard the Duck as well as the screenplays for American Graffiti and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.

Nine Men (1943)

Nine Men is a 1943 British war film, set in the North African Campaign during the Second World War.

Summerhood (2008)

Four best friends who hate each other go to summer camp.

The Little Mermaid (1992)

The Little Mermaid is a 49-minute animated film based on the fairy tale of the same name by Danish author Hans Christian Andersen. The film was produced by Diane Eskenazi, founder of American Film Investment Corporation II, and written by Jack Olesker. It was originally released as part of a collection of seven direct-to-video animated titles by Trimark on May 25, 1992; it would be released again in 1993 as a Golden Films title by Goodtimes Home Video. The same company, now renamed as Goodtimes Entertainment, would release the film on DVD on August 6, 2002, under the "Collectible Classics" line which included a significant portion of Golden Films' animated titles, as well as those from other companies, including Jetlag Productions and Blye Migicovsky Productions.

Three Sisters (2012)

Three Sisters is a 2012 Chinese documentary film directed by Wang Bing.

Ooh You Are Awful (1972)

Ooh... You Are Awful is a 1972 British comedy film directed by Cliff Owen and starring Dick Emery, Derren Nesbitt, Ronald Fraser and Cheryl Kennedy. Its alternative title on its North American release was Get Charlie Tully. Before his death, Reggie Campbell Peek deposited a stolen £500,000 into a Swiss bank account. But Peek left a record of the account number: the digits tattooed on the bottoms of four young women, none of whom know the value of their asset. His friend and partner-in-crime Charlie Tully, using his talent as a "master of disguise" - sets out to locate those women, and gain sight of the digits. Meanwhile, Tully is being watched by other - more dangerous - criminals.

Dark Is the Night (1945)

Dark Is the Night is a 1945 Soviet war film directed by Boris Barnet.

Boardinghouse (1982)

Boardinghouse (also known as Boarding House and Housegeist) is a 1982 American supernatural horror film written, directed and starring John Wintergate.

Is the Crown at War with Us? (2002)

Since the 16th century, the Mi'kmaq people of New Brunswick in Canada have managed to live alongside French settlers and their descendants. In 1999, the Canadian Supreme Court rules that a past treaty gives the Mi'kmaq perpetual hunting and fishing rights, regardless of hunting season laws. As the government pushes for new conservation standards, the embattled Mi'kmaq are confronted with violent assaults and vandalization as they struggle to maintain their way of life.

Batman (1966)

Batman, often promoted as Batman: The Movie, is a 1966 American superhero film based on the Batman television series, and the first full-length theatrical adaptation of the DC Comics character Batman. Released by 20th Century Fox, the film starred Adam West as Batman and Burt Ward as Robin. Released in July, the film hit theaters two months after the last episode of the first season of the television series. The film includes most members of the original TV cast, with the exception of Lee Meriwether as Catwoman, the character previously played by Julie Newmar in two episodes of the series' first season.

The Resurrection Game (2001)

In the future, zombies are everywhere, and a former detective, a disgraced scientist and a pair of zombie exterminators try to discover the cause of the infestation.

Hicks on Sticks (2012)

Four skateboarders and two bands put on eight shows in 11 days on a tour in western Canada.

Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship & Videotape (2010)

Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship & Videotape is a 2010 documentary about the Video Nasties controversy of the early 1980s. It was premiered at London FrightFest in August 2010 and followed by a panel discussion which included producer Marc Morris and director Jake West of Nucleus Films, professor Martin Barker and film director Tobe Hooper. In 2014 the documentary was followed by Video Nasties: Draconian Days, which covered the period from 1984 to 1989 after the introduction of the Video Recordings Act 1984. The two documentaries have contributed to a greater understanding of the Video Nasties phenomenon, and the box sets include archive material, trailers, and analysis from a range of from academics, actors and journalists, including CP Lee, Stephen Thrower, Brad Stevens, Julian Petley, Xavier Mendik, Patricia MacCormack. Allan Bryce, Emily Booth.

Nostalgia for the Light (2010)

Nostalgia for the Light is a documentary released in 2010 by Patricio Guzmán to address the lasting impacts of Augusto Pinochet’s dictatorship. Guzmán focuses on the similarities between astronomers researching humanity’s past, in an astronomical sense, and the struggle of many Chilean women who still search, after decades, for the remnants of their relatives executed during the dictatorship. Patricio Guzmán narrates the documentary himself and the documentary includes interviews and commentary from those affected and from astronomers and archeologists.

My Louisiana Love (2015)

A Native American woman returns to Louisiana where she finds a man-made environmental crisis threatening her people's way of life.

Eyes to See (2012)

A cameraman covering the aftermath of the Haitian earthquake has to choose between doing his job and helping the victims he encounters.