Cartagena (2009)

While Muriel is bed-bound, she hires a former boxer to cook and clean for her. She teaches him to read, and he coaxes her to find joy of life outside of her home.

Under the Pampas Moon (1935)

Under the Pampas Moon, also known as The Gaucho, is a 1935 romantic western film directed by James Tinling, starring Warner Baxter and Ketti Gallian. Baxter plays an Argentine gaucho. Rita Hayworth also had an early role in the film. The film has been cited as a "ludicrously dated essay into South American caricature".

Hatred (2012)

Hatred is a 2012 Iranian drama film directed by Reza Dormishian. It is set in Istanbul, Turkey and deals with Iranian youth immigration.

To Cross The Rubicon (1991)

Two successful career women (Patricia Royce, Lorraine Devon) in their 30s have problems with men, and a mutual ex-lover (J.D. Souther) in common.

The Inheritance (2011)

In Victorian England, heiress Caroline Ruthyn (Jean Simmons) is ordered to move in with her disreputable Uncle Silas (Derrick de Marney), who was once suspected of killing a man. Soon after Caroline arrives, Silas and his co-conspirator, Madame de la Rougierre (Katina Paxinou), discover that they are next in line to inherit the family fortune. At first, their schemes are relatively benign: they try to persuade Caroline to marry Silas' son. But when that fails, their thoughts turn to murder.

Copacabana (2001)

As an elderly man's (Marco Nanini) body lies in his coffin, memories come flooding back to him about his life on a Brazilian beachfront.

Incredibly Small (2010)

Recent college graduates Anne (Susan Burke) and Amir (Stephen Gurewitz) rent a small apartment to begin a life together, but circumstances quickly make them realize they aren't as perfect for each other as they previously thought.

Frontier Gun (1958)

Frontier Gun is a 1958 American Western film directed by Paul Landres and written by Stephen Kandel. The film stars John Agar, Joyce Meadows, Barton MacLane, Robert Strauss, Lyn Thomas and James Griffith. The film was released on December 1, 1958, by 20th Century Fox.

The Adopted (2011)

The Adopted (original title: Les Adoptés) is a 2011 French drama film directed and co-written by Mélanie Laurent. It stars Marie Denarnaud, Denis Ménochet, Laurent and Clémentine Célarié. Denis Ménochet won a Lumières Award for Most Promising Actor for his performance in the film.

Twin Husbands (1933)

Twin Husbands is a 1933 American Pre-Code film directed by Frank R. Strayer.

The Giant of Thunder Mountain (1991)

The Giant of Thunder Mountain is a 1991 drama film starring Richard Kiel and Noley Thornton. Bart the Bear also appeared in the movie. The screenplay was jointly written by Richard Kiel, Chrystle Fiedler, and Tony Lozito. It was directed by James W. Roberson.

Desi's Looking For A New Girl (2000)

Desi's Looking for a New Girl is a 2000 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Mary Guzmán.

Flaming Frontier (1958)

Flaming Frontier is a 1958 Canadian-American western film produced and directed by Sam Newfield, from a screenplay by Louis Stevens. Produced by Regal Films in Canada, it was distributed by 20th Century Fox and opened in August 1958. The film stars Bruce Bennett and Jim Davis.

Cat-Women of the Moon (1953)

Cat-Women of the Moon is an independently made 1953 American black-and-white 3D science fiction film, produced by Jack Rabin and Al Zimbalist, directed by Arthur Hilton, that stars Sonny Tufts, Victor Jory and Marie Windsor. The film was released by Astor Pictures. Notably, the musical score was composed by Academy Award-winner Elmer Bernstein, though his last name is misspelled as "Bernstien" in the opening credits.

Johnny Greyeyes (2000)

Johnny Greyeyes is a Canadian drama film, directed by Jorge Manzano and released in 2000. The film was originally planned as a documentary about indigenous women in prison, but was rewritten as a scripted drama based on the personal testimonies of women who had been interviewed.

Money or Bullets (2012)

Orlando flees from Colombia and moves to the United States to live with his aunt. Then Orlando meets Jairo and leaves behind his humble life when he sees the easy money and power that comes from being a criminal.

Isle of Missing Men (1942)

Isle of Missing Men is a 1942 American drama film directed by Richard Oswald and starring John Howard, Helen Gilbert and Gilbert Roland. In the film, a young woman receives an invitation from the Governor of an island prison to spend a week with him. She does so, but conceals the fact that her husband is being held as a convict on the island.

Cowboy Holiday (1934)

Cowboy Holiday is a 1934 American western directed by Robert F. Hill, produced by Max Alexander and Arthur Alexander for Beacon Productions and starring Guinn "Big Boy" Williams and Richard Alexander.

Cowboy in Manhattan (1943)

Cowboy in Manhattan is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Frank Woodruff and written by Warren Wilson. The film stars Robert Paige, Frances Langford, Leon Errol, Walter Catlett, Joe Sawyer and Jennifer Holt. The film was released on May 21, 1943, by Universal Pictures.

Hello Brother (1999)

Hello Brother is a 1999 Indian comedy film starring Salman Khan, Arbaaz Khan and Rani Mukerji. It was directed by Salman Khan's brother Sohail Khan. The movie was inspired by the Malayalam film Aayushkalam. The film was a flop at the box office.

Rajaji (1999)

Rajaji is a 1999 Bollywood comedy film produced and directed by Vimal Kumar and starring Govinda and Raveena Tandon. The film is the number 38 grosser of the year amongst Hindi films. The film is a rough remake of the 1982 Rakesh Roshan film Kaamchor.

Arjun Pandit (1999)

Arjun Pandit is a 1999 Indian Hindi-language romance action film directed by Rahul Rawail and produced by N. R. Pachisia. It stars Sunny Deol and Juhi Chawla in pivotal roles. The film was an unofficial remake of the Kannada-language film Om. The film was commercially successful. The film is also remembered for its song Kudiyan Shehar Diyan, sung by Daler Mehndi and performed by Juhi Chawla. The song was recreated by Tanishk Bagchi for the 2017 film Poster Boys. The movie rights are now owned by Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment.

The Strip (1951)

The Strip is a 1951 film directed by László Kardos and starring Mickey Rooney, Sally Forrest and William Demarest. Much of the picture was shot on location in and around the Sunset Strip. Interiors were shot at popular nightclubs Mocambo and Ciro's and at restaurants Little Hungary and Stripps.

Hogi Pyaar Ki Jeet (1999)

Hogi Pyaar Ki Jeet is a 1999 Indian Hindi romantic-drama film starring Ajay Devgn, Shabana Raza (Neha), Arshad Warsi and Mayuri Kango. The film turned out to be a surprise box office success.

The $178.92 Movie: An Instructional Guide to Failure (2009)

A struggling rock band decides to make a movie to advance its music career.

Super Model (2004)

A frumpy policewoman (Karena Lam) and the male model (Ronald Chen) she is protecting are forced to partner up for an important pageant.

Bulandi (2000)

Bulandi is a Bollywood action family drama film, a remake of the Tamil movie Nattamai. In Bulandi, Anil Kapoor portrays the protagonist, with Rekha and Raveena Tandon in supporting roles. Rajinikanth appears in an important role as the father of the protagonist, respiring his role from Tollywood Film Pedarayudu. The hero's family brings justice to the village. Nattamai was also made in Kannada (Simhadriya Simha) starring Vishnuvardhan

My Name Is Pecos (1966)

Due once di piombo (internationally released as My Name Is Pecos, also known as Il mio nome è Pecos) is a 1967 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Maurizio Lucidi. The film represents the first successful chapter in the "Pecos" film series starred by Robert Woods. It was followed by Pecos Cleans Up.

Library War: The Wings Of Revolution (2012)

Thirty years after the enactment of the Media Betterment Act, the agency responsible for enforcing the act has militarized and controls all the media. Local militias form to defend libraries and authors from arrest, and many legal battles are fought.

Jensen & Jensen (2011)

In the year 2019, Denmark is run by a bank and bikers rule the streets. When the Jensen brothers cannot find a job, they become bounty hunters to make ends meet.

Murder is Easy (1982)

An American tourist (Bill Bixby) snoops around an English village that has a high number of accidental deaths.

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).

Romantik Komedi (2010)

Romantic Comedy (Turkish: Romantik Komedi) is a 2010 Turkish romantic comedy film, directed by Ketche, about three close friends who live very different lives. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on 5 February 2010 (2010-02-05), was one of the highest grossing Turkish films of 2010.

Murder at the Savoy (1993)

Murder at the Savoy (Swedish: Polis, polis, potatismos) is a Swedish/German film from 1993, based on the book Murder at the Savoy.

The Monkey Talks (1927)

The Monkey Talks is a 1927 American silent drama film directed by Raoul Walsh and written by Malcolm Stuart Boylan and Elizabeth Pickett Chevalier. The film stars Olive Borden, Jacques Lerner, Don Alvarado, Malcolm Waite, Raymond Hitchcock and Ted McNamara. The film was released on February 20, 1927, by Fox Film Corporation.

Capricious Summer (1968)

Capricious Summer (Czech: Rozmarné léto) is a 1968 Czechoslovak comedy film directed by Jiří Menzel. It is based on the novel Rozmarné léto (Summer of Caprice) by the Czech writer Vladislav Vančura. It was listed to compete at the 1968 Cannes Film Festival, but the festival was cancelled due to the events of May 1968 in France. The film depicts a humorous story of three men, a colonel, a priest and a bath-keeper, during rainy summer days.

The Girls (1968)

The Girls (Swedish: Flickorna) is a 1968 Swedish drama film directed by Mai Zetterling, starring Bibi Andersson, Harriet Andersson and Gunnel Lindblom. It is a feminist reinvention of the ancient Greek play Lysistrata by Aristophanes, and revolves around a theatre group who set up the play. In 1996 a documentary on the making of the film, Lines From the Heart, was made by director Christina Olofson.

O'Hara's Wife (1982)

A hard-working lawyer (Edward Asner) is the only one who can see and hear the ghost (Mariette Hartley) of his late wife.

Abel (1986)

Abel is a 1986 Dutch film directed by Alex van Warmerdam who also scripted and played the lead character. Other lead roles were played by Henri Garcin, Annet Malherbe and Olga Zuiderhoek. Supporting roles were played by Loes Luca and Arend Jan Heerma van Voss among others. Its music was written by Vincent van Waterdam and the film was distributed by First Floor Features.

Moth (2011)

While in Los Angeles for a job, a troubled, drug-abusing actress (Heaven Murphy) finds that boredom and unhappiness are the least of her problems.

Older Children (2012)

Several friends from a wealthy suburb of Chicago stumble into adulthood.

Forgiven (2011)

It’s 1878 and Jake Kincaid has just been released from prison for a crime he didn’t commit. His heart is seeking vengeance on those responsible for landing him in jail, but he’s also very interested in finding the gold he was accused of stealing. In his quest, Kincaid finds himself in the small lumber town of Fairplay, California. Here he meets an independent woman trying to do it all on her own, and a mischievous little girl with a quest of her own – finding something to fill her lonely heart. Fairplay is where Kincaid learns that love is far more powerful than hate and that redemption is more precious than gold.

Carthage in Flames (1960)

In 200 B.C., two warriors return to war-torn Carthage to rescue their women from invading Roman troops.

The Case of Patty Smith (1962)

A pregnant woman suffers at the hands of an illegal abortion racket after she fails to report her rape to the police.

That Was Then, This Is Now (1985)

That Was Then... This Is Now is a 1985 drama film based on the novel of the same name by S. E. Hinton and a sequel to The Outsiders. The film was directed by Christopher Cain, distributed by Paramount Pictures, and stars Emilio Estevez (who also wrote the screenplay) and Craig Sheffer. This is the only S.E. Hinton adaptation not to feature Matt Dillon.

The Love Test (1935)

The Love Test is a 1935 British romantic comedy film directed by Michael Powell and starring Judy Gunn, Louis Hayward, David Hutcheson, Googie Withers and Thorley Walters. It was made as a Quota quickie.

The House Across the Street (1949)

The House Across the Street is a 1949 American comedy film directed by Richard L. Bare and written by Russell S. Hughes. The film stars Wayne Morris, Janis Paige, Bruce Bennett, Alan Hale, Sr., James Mitchell and Barbara Bates. The film was released by Warner Bros. on September 10, 1949.

The Cat Ate the Parakeet (1972)

A pair of hippies leads a 13-year-old boy astray, then deserts him in his time of trouble.

From The Edge Of The City (1999)

From the Edge of the City (Greek: Από την άκρη της πόλης / Apo tin akri tis polis) is a 1998 Greek film directed by Constantinos Giannaris. It was Greece's official Best Foreign Language Film submission at the 72nd Academy Awards, but did not manage to receive a nomination.

Wolves (1999)

Wolves is a documentary short film produced for IMAX and released in 1999. The film documents the re-introduction of a pack of wolves to a remote region of Idaho. It was narrated by The Band's Robbie Robertson.

Assisted Living (2005)

Assisted Living is a 2003 American comedy film directed and written by Elliot Greenbaum. It depicts a day in the life of Todd, a janitor at an assisted living facility. He befriends the residents, one of whom confuses him for her son. Assisted Living won 4 awards at film festivals, including the Grand Jury Prize at the 2003 Slamdance Film Festival.