Into the Mirror (2003)

Into the Mirror (Hangul: 거울 속으로) is a 2003 South Korean horror film about a series of grisly deaths in a department store, all involving mirrors, and the troubled detective who investigates them. It was the debut film of director Kim Sung-ho.

On Promised Land (1994)

Wealthy and white, the Appletrees are secure in their station in 1950s Georgia. Mrs. Appletree (Joan Plowright) is the paragon of Southern womanhood, while her son Albert (John M. Jackson) owns a prosperous lumberyard. Others are less fortunate. The civil rights movement may be afoot, but little change can be felt in lives of the Appletrees' black workers. But old values are challenged when Mrs. Appletree befriends one of her laborer's sons, Jimmy (Norman D. Golden II).

Do You Like My Basement (2014)

A self-proclaimed filmmaker (Charlie Floyd) uses the auditions of genuinely terrified actors as the basis for his homemade horror movie.

Coming Soon (2014)

Coming Soon (Turkish: Pek Yakinda) is a 2014 Turkish comedy film directed by Cem Yılmaz.

Improper Conduct (1984)

Mauvaise Conduite or Improper Conduct is a 1984 documentary film directed by Néstor Almendros and Orlando Jiménez Leal. The documentary interviews Cuban refugees to explore the Cuban government's imprisonment of homosexuals, political dissidents, and Jehovah's Witnesses into forced-labor camps under its policy of Military Units to Aid Production (UMAP). The documentary was produced with the support of French television Antenne 2 and won the Best Documentary Audience Award at the 1984 San Francisco International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.

Mars At Sunrise (2014)

A painter’s resistance, courage and spirit can never be imprisoned in this highly stylized story of the conflict of two frustrated artists on either side of Israel’s militarized borders. Inspired by renowned Palestinian artist in exile Hani Zurob.

The Director (2013)

An intimate portrait of Gucci’s Creative Director, Frida Giannini, THE DIRECTOR spans 18 months behind the walls of the iconic Italian fashion house, exploring the intricacies and inspiration behind the quietly brilliant power woman.

The Whalers (1938)

The Whalers is a cartoon produced by Walt Disney Productions. The plotline of the short is a parody of the book, that loosely based on the novel Moby-Dick by Herman Melville and released by RKO Radio Pictures on August 19, 1938. The short was directed by David Hand and Dick Huemer. It featured the voices of Clarence 'Ducky' Nash as Donald Duck and Pinto Colvig as Goofy. Mickey does not speak in this short. It was animated by Ed Love, Marvin Woodward, Art Babbitt, Frank Oreb, Robert Leffingwell, Louie Schmitt, Lee Morehouse, Al Eugster, Josh Meador, Eric Larson, Preston Blair and Milt Schaffer. The music was provided by Albert Hay Malotte, uncredited in the film.

The Man Who Souled the World (2007)

The kids have got to know.

He's My Guy (1943)

He's My Guy is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Edward F. Cline and written by M. Coates Webster and Grant Garett. The film stars Dick Foran, Irene Hervey, Joan Davis, Fuzzy Knight, Don Douglas and Samuel S. Hinds. The film was released on March 26, 1943, by Universal Pictures.

The Fiddlin' Buckaroo (1933)

The Fiddlin' Buckaroo is a 1933 American Western film directed by Ken Maynard and written by Nate Gatzert. The film stars Ken Maynard, Gloria Shea, Fred Kohler, Frank Rice, Jack Rockwell and Joseph W. Girard. The film was released on July 20, 1933, by Universal Pictures.

Port of Flowers (1943)

The sweet but naive denizens of a charming port town are hoodwinked by a couple of con men at the outset of World War II. But the hustlers’ plan backfires when they come down with severe cases of conscience. Keisuke Kinoshita’s directorial debut is a breezy, warmhearted, and often very funny crowd-pleaser that’s a testament to the filmmaker’s faith in people.

Trust Me (1989)

Trust Me is a 1989 American crime film written and directed by Robert Houston and starring Adam Ant, David Packer and Talia Balsam.

Last I Heard (2013)

After spending 20 years in federal prison for myriad crimes, ailing mafia boss Joseph "Mr. Joe" Scoleri is released with a strict re quirement not to interact with his old contacts in the mafia - and to ensure this, an FBI tail follows him. He quickly realizes that while the world around him may have changed, the habits of a mafia boss die hard.

Youth Without God (1996)

In 1938, it is revealed that Pabst, an introspective schoolteacher, has a class full of adolescent Aryan boys inculcated with Nazi beliefs.

Dead Creatures (2001)

Women with a disease which forces them to be cannibals support one another.

Der Fuehrer's Face (1943)

Der Fuehrer's Face is a 1943 American animated anti-Nazi propaganda short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released in 1943 by RKO Radio Pictures. The cartoon, which features Donald Duck in a nightmare setting working at a factory in Nazi Germany, was made in an effort to sell war bonds and is an example of American propaganda during World War II. The film was directed by Jack Kinney and written by Joe Grant and Dick Huemer from the music by Oliver Wallace. However, Wallace's original song "Der Fuehrer's Face", in a version by Spike Jones, was released before this short film.

Mamele (1938)

Mamele is a Yiddish Language Polish musical film made in 1938.

Demimonde (2015)

Demimonde is a 2015 Hungarian drama film directed by Attila Szász. It features the story of Elza Mágnás, who was killed in 1914 in the water town of Budapest and is well-known in contemporary Pest night life. The film itself is based on the events that have taken place and some of the characters are real, but the creators did not seek to reconstruct the original events; the film differs from reality on many points.

Daybreak Express (1953)

A ride on the Third Avenue El.

Arthur's Hallowed Ground (1984)

An elderly British gentleman struggles to save a cricket field from being "roughed up."

The Art Dealer (2015)

The Art Dealer (French title: L'Antiquaire) is a 2015 French thriller drama film produced and directed by François Margolin. The film is about a young woman's quest to recover the collection of paintings stolen from her Jewish family during the Second World War. It was released in France on 18 March 2015.

Insane (2010)

Sarah searches for her missing sister and decides to stop for the night at a lonely hotel.

Gobs and Gals (1952)

Gobs and Gals is a 1952 American comedy film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Arthur T. Horman. The film stars George Bernard, Bert Bernard, Robert Hutton, Cathy Downs, Gordon Jones and Florence Marly. The film was released on May 1, 1952, by Republic Pictures.

Game Face (2015)

Game Face is a 2015 sports documentary film directed by Michiel Thomas and produced by Mark Schoen. The documentary revolves around two LGBTQ American athletes, professional mixed martial artist Fallon Fox and college basketball player Terrence Clemens. Both stories run parallel to each other to follow the journey of the first transgender woman professional MMA fighter and Clemens, a closeted gay male, who gets accepted to play basketball in Oklahoma. The film follows both athletes through their coming out process with the support of their friends and family.

Crook (2013)

In the course of one fateful day, the lives of a drug kingpin, an obsessed cop, a small time dealer and a cunning call girl converge with deadly consequences.

Captain Blood (1924)

Captain Blood is a 1924 American silent historical adventure film produced and distributed by The Vitagraph Company of America. The film is based on the novel, Captain Blood, His Odyssey, by Rafael Sabatini, and was directed by David Smith, brother of Vitagraph founder Albert E. Smith. Early silent film hero J. Warren Kerrigan stars along with resident Vitagraph leading actress Jean Paige.

The Lady in Black (1951)

The Lady in Black (German: Die Dame in Schwarz) is a 1951 West German crime film directed by Erich Engels and starring Paul Hartmann, Mady Rahl and Rudolf Prack. The film's sets were designed by the art director Max Mellin.

Devil Ship (1947)

The captain (Richard Lane) of a tuna boat ferries prisoners to Alcatraz in rough water.

Pacific Adventure (1946)

Smithy (also known as Southern Cross in the UK and Pacific Adventure in the US) is a 1946 Australian adventure film about pioneering Australian aviator Sir Charles Kingsford Smith and his 1928 flight across the Pacific Ocean, from San Francisco, California, United States to Brisbane, Queensland, Australia . This was the first-ever transpacific flight. Kingsford Smith was the pilot of the Fokker F.VII/3m three-engine monoplane "Southern Cross", with Australian aviator Charles Ulm as the relief pilot. The other two crew members were Americans James Warner and Harry Lyon.

The Strange Mr. Gregory (1945)

A theatrical magician who dabbles in psychic matters falls in love with a married woman; he arranges a phony murder, making it appear that he is the victim and the woman's husband the killer.

Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1917)

Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm is a 1917 American silent comedy-drama film directed by Marshall Neilan based upon the novel of the same name by Kate Douglas Wiggin. This version is notable for having been adapted by famed female screenwriter Frances Marion. The film was made by the "Mary Pickford Company" and was an acclaimed box office hit. When the play premiered on Broadway in the 1910 theater season the part of Rebecca was played by Edith Taliaferro.

13 Times Evil (2016)

Thirteen of the most psychotic killers in history.

Oh, Mr. Porter! (1938)

Mr Porter is a railway attendant whose boss has been wanting to fire him for 20 years. He has been unable to because Porter is a relative of the Managing Director and is determined to become a station master. He is eventually commissioned to a near-decrepit station in Ireland, where he organises a train for a sinister man to board. To his surprise, the train vanishes. The villagers believe that ghosts are responsible, but Porter may yet prove otherwise, even if by accident!

Vamos De Robo (2014)

Bank workers become suspects in a theft.

Black Angels (1970)

Members of a white motorcycle gang declare war on their black counterparts after discovering they were duped.

The Snow Queen's Revenge (1996)

The Snow Queen's Revenge is a 1996 British animated film directed by Martin Gates. It is a sequel to the 1995 children's fantasy animated film The Snow Queen and has some of the voice cast changed, including Julia McKenzie cast in the titular role of the Snow Queen. Vanquished in the first film, the evil Snow Queen returns to life, setting out to seek revenge on those who ruined her plans to freeze and rule the world and it is up to young Ellie and her best friends to stop her again.

Otakus in Love (2004)

Otakus in Love is a Japanese manga series by Jun Hanyunyū. It was adapted into a live action film in 2004.

Capturing Dad (2013)

Sawa instructs her two daughters to visit their estranged father before he dies.

Orientation Day (2010)

Three cloned minions go through orientation and cause chaos on their first assignment.

Haunted Jamaica (2014)

A native filmmaker investigates the dark and mystical lore of the island.

The Drudgery Train (2012)

Kueki Ressha (苦役列車, The Drudgery Train) is a 2012 Japanese film directed by Nobuhiro Yamashita. It was released in Japan on July 14, 2012.

Pancakes (2014)

The lives of three romantically challenged people intertwine in Tokyo.

The Cock-Eyed World (1929)

The Cock-Eyed World is a 1929 American pre-Code musical comedy feature film. One of the earliest "talkies", it was a sequel to What Price Glory? (1926), it was directed and written by Raoul Walsh and based on the Flagg and Quirt story by Maxwell Anderson, Tom Barry, Wilson Mizner and Laurence Stallings. Fox Film Corporation released the film at the Roxy in New York on August 3, 1929. The film stars Victor McLaglen and Edmund Lowe, reprising their original roles, as well as Lili Damita. The picture was also released in a silent version on October 5, 1929.

Red Family (2013)

Red Family is a 2013 South Korean drama film directed by Lee Ju-hyoung. It was written, produced and co-edited by the renowned art house moviemaker Kim Ki-duk.

The Mosque in Morgantown (2009)

A woman campaigns against extremism in West Virginia.

Vive L'Amour (1994)

Vive L'Amour is a 1994 Taiwanese New Wave film directed by Tsai Ming-liang. It is Tsai's second feature film and premiered at the 51st Venice International Film Festival, where it won the prestigious Golden Lion. The film is about three people who unknowingly share an apartment in Taipei.

El sopar (1974)

El Sopar is a 1974 documentary film, in Catalan and Spanish, by experimental filmmaker Pere Portabella. The film takes place on the night of the execution of militant anarchist Salvador Puig Antich by Franco's Spanish State. Using simple cinematic conventions, Portabella's documentary involves five former political prisoners gathered in a farmhouse to prepare dinner and discuss the problems with long prison terms.

California Passage (1950)

California Passage is a 1950 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane starring Forrest Tucker, Adele Mara and Estelita Rodriguez.

It Happened in '43 (1960)

Long Night in 1943, The Long Night of '43 or It Happened in '43 is an Italian film of 1960 set in Ferrara, in the Italian Social Republic Nazi puppet state during the late stages of WW2. It was directed by Florestano Vancini and adapted by Vancini, Ennio De Concini and Pier Paolo Pasolini from a short story by Giorgio Bassani. The film stars Enrico Maria Salerno, Gino Cervi, Belinda Lee, Gabriele Ferzetti and Andrea Checchi.

Peaceable Kingdom (2004)

Peaceable Kingdom, produced in 2004 by Tribe of Heart, is a documentary about several farmers who refuse to kill animals and how they convert to veganism as a way of life. A newer version of the film premiered in 2009 called Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home which featured different people. On the Tribe of Heart website for the 2009 film, there is no apparent mention of the 2004 movie. The 2004 film tells the story of how the farmers create an animal sanctuary farm called "Farm Sanctuary" where they rescue injured animals, half dead, abandoned, and rejected by the farm industry for not being productive. A few examples are a cow with mastitis or newborn chicks unfit for production. It has won awards such as the Festival Theme Award of the Ojai Film Festival in 2004, with music by Moby. Images of exploitations are shown during the film. According to the primatologist Jane Goodall, "Peaceable Kingdom is a piece of art" The documentary's producers, James LaVeck and Jenny Stein, have created a website called HumaneMyth.org that explores whether animals can be used humanely for food - advocating that it is generally not possible to do so.

Kabala (2002)

Due to ancient prejudices, Hamalla is banished from his village. He returns after four years with knowledge of modern technology, and helps steer the village through a crisis.

Nurse from Brooklyn (1938)

The Nurse from Brooklyn is a 1938 American drama film, directed by S. Sylvan Simon for Universal Pictures. It stars Sally Eilers, Paul Kelly, and Larry J. Blake.

Beijing Love Story (2014)

Beijing Love Story is a 2014 Chinese romance film written and directed by Chen Sicheng adapted from the 2012 Chinese TV series of the same name which was also written and directed by Chen. The film is Chen's film directorial debut and stars returning cast members Chen and Tong Liya from the TV series alongside new cast members Tony Leung Ka-fai, Carina Lau, Wang Xuebing, Yu Nan, Wang Qingxiang, Siqin Gaowa, Liu Haoran and Nana Ouyang. Despite the same title and sharing the same writer, director and some stars as the TV series, the film is not a continuation of the series and features a new story and characters. It was released on 13 February 2014.

Mortal Passions (1990)

Mortal Passions is a 1990 American crime film directed by Andrew Lane and written by Alan Moskowitz. The film stars Zach Galligan, Michael Bowen, Krista Errickson, Luca Bercovici, Sheila Kelley and David Warner. The film was released on January 26, 1990, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

River Road (2015)

River Road (Chinese: 家在水草丰茂的地方; pinyin: jiā zài shuǐ cǎo fēng mào de dì fāng) is a 2014 Chinese film written and directed by Li Ruijun and starring Tang Long and Guo Songtao. A masterfully lensed nomadic road movie set in Li's dusty native province of Gansu in Northwestern China, it follows two Yugur ethnic minority brothers venturing out on camelback in search of their herdsman father. It made its world premiere at the 27th Tokyo International Film Festival in 2014.

Traitors (2013)

Malika, leader of Traitors, an all-female punk rock band, has a strong vision of the world, her hometown of Tangier, and her place in it. When she needs money to save her family from eviction and to realize her dreams for the band, Malika agrees to a fast cash proposition: a smuggling run over the mountains for a dangerous drug dealer. But her companion on the road is Amal, a burnt-out young drug mule who Malika decides to free from her enslavement to the dangerous drug dealers. The challenge will put Malika's rebel ethos to the test, and to survive she will have to call on all her instincts and nerve.

Modern Love Is Automatic (2009)

A nurse moonlights as a dominatrix and her roommate live in a strange world.

Bridge to Nowhere (1986)

Bridge to Nowhere is a 1986 movie directed and co-written by Ian Mune, and produced by Larry Parr. It was filmed in New Zealand's North Island. Presented by Challenge Film Corporation. Released to VHS by Chapter Entertainment. The cast includes: Philip Gordon Matthew Hunter Stephen Judd Bruno Lawrence Shelly Luxford Alison Routledge Margaret Umbers Norman Fairley Faye Flegg Shirley Gruar Peter McCauley ^ Bridge to Nowhere - Cast, Crew, Director and Awards The New York Times

Shirley Temple Story (1976)

Shirley Temple avoids the dangers of the anarchist revolutionaries as she travels with three young ladies to the Emerald City to meet the Wizard of Oz.

The Private Archives of Pablo Escovar (2004)

Associates and relatives tell the story of the late Colombian drug lord, who met a violent end in 1993.

Grand Auto Theft: L.A. (2014)

Gangs, police and revenge-seeking vigilantes clash in the streets of Los Angeles as a group of women takes on a crime lord for his territory.

Lo (2009)

Lo is a 2009 experimental comedy/horror/romance film written and directed by Travis Betz. The film premiered at the Austin Film Festival October 2009 and had DVD release in February 2010.

Waikiki Brothers (2001)

Waikiki Brothers is a 2001 South Korean film, set in the 1980s, about a group of high school friends who form a band. It was the opening film of the 2001 Jeonju International Film Festival.

Dead in 3 days (2006)

Dead in 3 Days (In 3 Tagen bist du tot) is a 2006 Austrian horror film written and directed by Andreas Prochaska, and co-written by Thomas Baum. It was followed by a 2008 sequel titled Dead in 3 Days 2.

From a Silk Cocoon (2005)

A young couple renounce their U.S. citizenship while being held in separate prison camps during World War II.

I Don't Give a Damn (1987)

Wounded in battle and having permanently lost the use of his legs, Rafi (Ikka Sohar) is confined to a hospital bed, dwelling on memories and raging over anyone who tries to help him, comfort him or otherwise offer him any sympathy. This goes for his friends, relatives and even other patients, but no one sees his resentment like the one woman who still loves him, an old girlfriend named Nira (Anat Waxman). Even with her support, Rafi must come to terms with his disability on his own.

Heaven Is Round the Corner (1944)

Heaven is Round the Corner is a 1944 British musical film directed by Maclean Rogers with Will Fyffe, Leni Lynn, Leslie Perrins and Austin Trevor.

Honeymoon (1959)

Honeymoon (Spanish: Luna de miel), also shown as The Lovers of Teruel in the United States, is a 1959 film by the British director-writer Michael Powell based in part on the ballet El Amor Brujo by Gregorio Martínez Sierra. The film stars Anthony Steel, Ludmilla Tchérina and Spanish ballet dancer Antonio, and features Léonide Massine. The film is something of a travelogue around Spain with dance interludes, mainly set to the repeated theme of "The Honeymoon Song" by Mikis Theodorakis. Performed in the film by Marino Marini and his quartet, it was subsequently recorded by many performers, including The Beatles.

Sam Kinison: Breaking the Rules (1987)

Sam Kinison performs stand-up at the Roxy Theater in Los Angeles.

Hell on Wheels (2004)

Höllentour (literally meaning "Hell Tour") is a 2004 German film. The US release (with English subtitles) was titled Hell on Wheels. The film is a record of the 100th anniversary Tour de France in 2003 from the perspective of Germany's Team Telekom, focusing on rider Erik Zabel. The film is directed by Pepe Danquart who won an Academy Award for Live Action Short Film in 1993 for Black Rider (Schwarzfahrer). In 2004, Mona Bräuer won a German Film Critics Award for Best Editing (Bester Schnitt).

Shock (1977)

When a family moves into a home with a shocking secret, their lives become a nightmare of homicidal hallucinations as their young son begins to communicate with the spirits of the dead. Remodeled in madness and painted with blood, they soon discover that domestic bliss can be murder... when home is where the horror is. Released in America under the title BEYOND THE DOOR II, SHOCK is the final feature film directed by legendary horror maestro Mario Bava (BLACK SUNDAY, TWITCH OF THE DEATH NERVE). Daria Nicolodi (DEEP RED, PHENOMENA) and John Steiner (TENEBRE) star in this Euro Horror favorite, now restored from the original negative materials for the first time ever.

La hora bruja (1985)

The Witching Hour (Spanish: La hora bruja) is a 1985 Spanish drama film directed by Jaime de Armiñán. The film was selected as the Spanish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 58th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Carnage (1986)

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The Bad Man of Brimstone (1937)

The Bad Man of Brimstone is a 1937 Western film starring Wallace Beery and directed by J. Walter Ruben. Beery's brother Noah Beery, Sr. appears in a supporting role as a bartender. The supporting cast also features Virginia Bruce, Dennis O'Keefe, Lewis Stone, Bruce Cabot, Guinn "Big Boy" Williams, and John Qualen. The screenplay was written by Cyril Hume and Richard Maibaum, from a story by Ruben and Maurice Rapf. The film was shot in parts of Utah, including Johnson Canyon, the Gap, Kanab Canyon, Zion National Park, and Springdale.

Goya: Visions of Flesh and Blood (2015)

A portrait of the painter and the colorful world he painted.

Trey (2013)

Trey meets the wrong love of his life, and his demons become a deadly reality.

Orapronobis (1989)

Fight for Us is a 1989 Philippine political thriller film directed by Lino Brocka and written by Jose F. Lacaba. It stars Phillip Salvador and Dina Bonnevie. During its initial release, the film was banned in the Philippines by President Corazon Aquino due to its subversive message. It was shown to the Filipino public after its premiere out of competition at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival.

Brainjacked (2009)

A teen runaway discovers a plot to control minds.

Kasbah (2000)

Spanish businessman Mario (Ernesto Alterio) is in Morocco, about to return home after years abroad. That is, until his father, Victor (Adolfo Fernndez), tells Mario to welcome his visiting half-sister, Laura (Elena Ballesteros). Mario agrees, but Laura then vanishes, and Mario is wrongfully accused of murdering her. It seems that none of the locals are on his side, and even Victor thinks his son is guilty, so the distraught father hires ex-soldier Rodrigo (Jos Sancho) to hunt down Mario.

Parque vía (2008)

A reclusive caretaker (Nolberto Coria) must find a new job when his employer (Tesalia Huerta) sells her mansion.

Free Floating (2006)

A young Russian man goes from job to job.

A House Divided (1931)

A House Divided is a 1931 American Pre-Code feature film directed by William Wyler, starring Walter Huston, Douglass Montgomery (billed as Kent Douglass), and Helen Chandler, and released by Universal Pictures.

Field of Dogs (2014)

Adam loses his loved one in a car crash and gives up his job as professor of literature to work at a supermarket.

White as Milk, Red as Blood (2013)

White as Milk, Red as Blood (Italian: Bianca come il latte, rossa come il sangue, also known as As White as Milk, as Red as Blood) is a 2013 Italian romantic comedy-drama film directed by Giacomo Campiotti. It is loosely based on the novel with the same name by Alessandro D'Avenia.

Never (2014)

Never is a 2014 drama film written and directed by Brett Allen Smith and starring Zelda Williams and Zachary Booth.

The Elusive Corporal (1962)

The Elusive Corporal (French: Le Caporal épinglé) is a 1962 French comedy film directed by Jean Renoir and starring Jean-Pierre Cassel. It was entered into the 12th Berlin International Film Festival. Renoir shot his film in Austria in 1961 from Jacques Perret's book based on his own prisoner of war experiences. Renoir's friend and assistant director Guy Lefranc had also been a World War II prisoner of war and had developed the project for seven years. The story serves as a companion piece to the director's 1937 film, Grand Illusion, once more bringing together men from across the broad social spectrum of French society to depict one man's Sisyphean efforts to escape captivity in a German POW camp.

The Godfather Squad (1974)

A Chinese actor (Siu-Lung Leung) takes on organized criminals who have sinister plans for him.

Fevers (2014)

When his mother goes to prison, Benjamin is sent to live with his father in a Parisian suburb.

The Price (1971)

The Price is a 1968 play by Arthur Miller. It is about family dynamics, the price of furniture and the price of one's decisions. The play premiered on Broadway in 1968, and has been revived four times on Broadway. It was nominated for two 1968 Tony Awards.

The Weirdo (1989)

An inbred teen (Steve Burlington) learns about it the hard way from his mother and flips out.

36 Steps (2006)

36 pasos (36 steps) is a 2006 Argentine horror film directed and written by Adrián García Bogliano.

The Marriage Circle (1924)

The Marriage Circle is a 1924 silent film produced by Ernst Lubitsch and Warner Brothers with direction by Lubitsch and distribution by the Warners. Based on the play Only a Dream by Lothar Schmidt, the screenplay was written by Paul Bern. The "circle" of the title refers to the ring of infidelities (suspected and otherwise) central to the plot. The film was remade in 1932 by Lubitsch and George Cukor as One Hour with You.

Farewell to Factory Towns? (2012)

Filmmaker Maynard Seider investigates the effects of deindustrialization on communities.

Lightnin' in the Forest (1948)

Lightnin' in the Forest is a 1948 American comedy film directed by George Blair and written by John K. Butler. The film stars Lynne Roberts, Don "Red" Barry, Warren Douglas, Lorna Gray, Lucien Littlefield and Claire Du Brey. The film was released on March 25, 1948, by Republic Pictures.

The White Girl (1990)

The White Girl is a 1990 dramatic film written, produced and directed by Tony Brown.

Wildest Dreams (1990)

A genie (Heidi Paine) in a bikini grants a nerd's (James Davies) wish for true love, by offering him a selection.

No Room for Rockstars (2012)

Stories of musicians, staff and fans during the 2010 Vans Warped Tour.

Cold Soldiers (2011)

Welcome to the Kershaw Institute, a rehabilitation center for highly trained spies & soldiers who have cracked on the battlefield. At Kershaw, they keep their skills honed and ready for war, with psychologist John Dance assessing their mental stability. Dance is surrounded by combat-ready patients who could turn on him at any moment. Instead they turn on the review board that assesses the Institute's future. It's up to Dance to find out which of his patients are involved as the board members start to die. He has to find out quick; his wife is on the board and in the line of fire.

The Natural History of the Chicken (2000)

People with special connections to chickens are interviewed in this documentary about the ubiquitous fowl. Among the many unusual anecdotes are the story of a chicken resuscitated thanks to her owner's CPR skills, a cockfight breeder whose loud roosters annoy his neighbors and a headless chicken that was a sideshow attraction for many years. Facts about the poultry industry are interspersed with the stories, providing a quirky and well-rounded portrait of the bird.