Viaggio segreto (2006)

Secret Journey (Italian: Viaggio segreto) is a 2006 Italian romance-drama film directed by Roberto Andò. It won the Nastro d'Argento for Best Cinematography.

Give Us This Day (2014)

Grant Union High School in Sacramento, Calif., maintains one of the top football programs in America.

Caper Of The Golden Bulls (1967)

The Caper of the Golden Bulls, also known as Carnival of Thieves, is a 1967 film directed by Russell Rouse. It stars Stephen Boyd, Yvette Mimieux, and Giovanna Ralli.

Caught Between the Two (2016)

A successful woman searches for fulfillment but falls into an unexpected, obsessive love triangle.

Trances (1981)

The beloved Moroccan band Nass El Ghiwane is the dynamic subject of this captivating musical documentary. Storytellers through song, with connections to political theater, the band became an international sensation (Western music critics have often referred to them as “the Rolling Stones of North Africa”) thanks to their political lyrics and sublime, fully acoustic sound, which draws on the Moroccan trance music tradition. Both a concert movie and a free-form audiovisual experiment, Ahmed El Maânouni’s Trances is cinematic poetry.Trances was restored in 2007 by the Cineteca di Bologna/L’Immagine Ritrovata laboratory, in association with The Film Foundation’s World Cinema Project, Ahmed El-Maanouni, and Izza Genini. Restoration funded by Armani, Cartier, Qatar Airways, and Qatar Museum Authority.

Stone of Silver Creek (1935)

Stone of Silver Creek is a 1935 American Western film directed by Nick Grinde and written by Earle Snell. The film stars Buck Jones, Noel Francis, Niles Welch, Marion Shilling, Peggy Campbell and Murdock MacQuarrie. The film was released on April 15, 1935, by Universal Pictures.

Threat of Exposure (2002)

A detective (Will Schaub) poses as a patient to learn why clients of a psychotherapist (Sean Young) have been disappearing.

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979)

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century is an American science fiction film released in March 1979. Starring Gil Gerard in the title role, it was produced by Glen A. Larson who co-wrote the screenplay with Leslie Stevens, based on the character Buck Rogers which was created by Philip Francis Nowlan in 1928. Originally made as a television movie pilot, Universal Studios opted to release the film to theaters several months before the subsequent television series aired.

The Miracle Kid (1941)

The Miracle Kid is a 1941 American film directed by William Beaudine.

Last of the Clintons (1935)

A cowboy sleuth (Harry Carey) catches rustlers despite a rattlesnake.

The Valiant Hombre (1948)

The Valiant Hombre is a 1948 American Western film directed by Wallace Fox and written by Adele Buffington. The film stars Duncan Renaldo, Leo Carrillo, John Litel, Barbara Billingsley, John James and Stanley Andrews. The film was released on December 15, 1948, by United Artists.

Risto Räppääjä (2008)

Ricky Rapper is a 2008 Finnish musical film. The film is based on two volumes of Sinikka Nopola's and Tiina Nopola's children's fantasy book series Ricky Rapper. The book volumes were originally released as Risto Räppääjä ja pakastaja-Elvi of 2000 and Risto Räppääjä ja Nuudelipää of 2001. Ricky Rapper is a comedy for children. It tells about the friendship between 10-year-old boy and girl in the normal suburb neighbourhood. The film was shot in Kartanonkoski in the city of Vantaa in the summer 2007.

Fists of Vengeance (1972)

Yan Zi Fei and Guan Yue Hua are returning home in love and plan to tell their parents but once they arrive back they find that there is a conflict between the two families. Guan Fun Lin is working with Master Ogawa to assist the Japanese in taking possession of the Yan family's forest – by fair means or foul. With Master Yan refusing to sell, Ogama continues his plotting, using deceit, betrayal and ultimately bloody violence to get what he wants.

Man of Her Dreams (2009)

Though many happy hours are spent fantasizing about Mr. Right, actually finding him has a good chance of turning a woman's life upside down.

Horror Island (1941)

Horror Island is a 1941 horror film made by Universal Studios based on an original story by Alex Gottlieb. It was directed by George Waggner and the screenplay was written by Maurice Tombragel and Victor McLeod. It stars Dick Foran, Peggy Moran, Leo Carrillo, Eddie Parker, Dale Van Sickle, John Eldredge, Lewis Howard, Hobart Cavanaugh, Iris Adrian and Fuzzy Knight. Foy Van Dolsen plays the monstrous villain "Panama Pete", alias "The Phantom". Directed by George Waggner, the movie runs 61 minutes. It was released on March 28, 1941. The plot has assorted colorful characters going to a mysterious island to seek a pirate's hidden fortune. The film cost $93,000 and was made between March 3, 1941 -March 15, 1941. The movie is on the "Universal Horror Classic Movie Archive" DVD box set, released in 2009.

Coursier (2010)

Chaos strikes when a courier (Michal Youn) must make a delivery and attend a wedding on the same day.

Pitch (1997)

Pitch is a 1997 Canadian documentary created by Kenny Hotz and Spencer Rice, featuring themselves as two young filmmakers attending the Toronto Film Festival to pitch a film concept to various celebrities. Their film idea, titled "The Dawn", concerns a Mafia don who goes for a hernia operation but gets a sex change instead. During the 1996 Toronto fest, they approach Roger Ebert, Norman Jewison (at a packed press conference), Eric Stoltz (leaving a limo), Al Pacino, and others without much success. On a roll, they leave Toronto for Hollywood, getting advice from Arthur Hiller and Neil Simon and finding an agent who expresses interest in their pitch. The film was shown at the 1997 Toronto Film Festival. The film features songs by the Toronto band Phono-Comb.

Legacy of Blood (1978)

Heirs to a large fortune must join together and spend the night in a creepy haunted house to get their inheritance.

Desert of Blood (2008)

Desert of Blood is a 2008 independent film about a vampire, Luis Diego, who has been left imprisoned underground by the village priest. When accidentally released, he begins to exact revenge on the villagers. However, when he falls in love with a young woman who is visiting the village to care for her aging aunt, he must face the possibility of forgiveness. The story is set in modern-day Mexico. This film features a largely Latino cast, and was filmed in the Mexican town of Tecate.

Pop Pirates (1984)

Pop Pirates is a 1984 British adventure film from the Children's Film Foundation starring Roger Daltrey and George Sweeney. The term is more commonly used, however, to refer to the pirate rock and roll radio stations that operated off the coast of the UK in the 1960s.

Joe Palooka in Humphrey Takes a Chance (1950)

Joe Palooka in Humphrey Takes a Chance is a 1950 American film directed by Jean Yarbrough. It was part of the Joe Palooka series.

The Showdown (1950)

The Showdown is a 1950 American Western directed by Dorrell McGowan and Stuart E. McGowan starring Wild Bill Elliott, Walter Brennan, Marie Windsor. It was Elliott's last film for Republic Pictures.

Five (1951)

Intriguing, offbeat film by famed radio writer-director Arch Oboler about the survivors of a nuclear holocaust. FIVE stars William Phipps, Susan Douglas and Charles Lampkin, and is probably the first film to deal with a post-apocalyptic theme.

The Man In The Iron Mask (1998)

The Man in the Iron Mask is a 1998 American action drama film directed, produced, and written by Randall Wallace, and starring Leonardo DiCaprio in a dual role as the title character and villain, Jeremy Irons as Aramis, John Malkovich as Athos, Gerard Depardieu as Porthos, and Gabriel Byrne as D'Artagnan. The picture uses characters from Alexandre Dumas's D'Artagnan Romances and is very loosely adapted from some plot elements of The Vicomte de Bragelonne.

Superbeast (1972)

Superbeast is a 1972 American horror film written and directed by George Schenck. The film stars Antoinette Bower, Craig Littler, Harry Lauter, Vic Díaz and Jose Romulo. The film was released on November 1, 1972, by United Artists. It was released as a double feature with Daughters of Satan.

Escape from Taliban (2003)

Escape From Taliban is a 2003 Indian film that is directed by Ujjal Chattopadhyaya. The film is based on the story A Kabuliwala's Bengali Wife by Sushmita Banerjee, who fled Afghanistan in 1995 after six years of living there with her Afghan husband. During that time, the Taliban issued a death sentence for her because she refused to abide by their rule on converting to Islam. Sushmita Banerjee, whose book inspired this movie, was shot dead by suspected Taliban militants in Afghanistan in September 2013.

Tacos al Carbón (1972)

A lucky man wins the latest model car in a raffle and his luck brings him romantic entanglements as well.

Manhandled (1949)

Manhandled is a 1949 film noir directed by Lewis R. Foster, and starring Dorothy Lamour, Dan Duryea, and Sterling Hayden, and based on the 1945 novel The Man Who Stole a Dream by L. S. Goldsmith.

Jerome (2001)

Aspiring sculptor Wade (Drew Pillsbury) has been working the same dead-end job as a factory worker for the last 15 years, so one day he just walks out on his family and his life in California and starts driving to Jerome, Arizona, to join the artist community there. But, after he picks up a drifter named Jane (Wendie Malick) in the middle of the desert, Wade's road trip takes a turn for the worse, as he unknowingly gets caught up in a murder that could seriously derail his life.

Monsturd (2003)

A serial killer mutates in a sewer, becoming a monster made of human excrement.

3 Men in White (1944)

3 Men in White is a 1944 American comedy drama film in the Dr Kildare series directed by Willis Goldbeck. It stars Lionel Barrymore, Van Johnson, and Marilyn Maxwell.

The Rangers Step In (1937)

A Texas Ranger resigns when his superiors refuse to allow him to settle a feud between his kin and a rival family.

Terror Street (1953)

36 Hours, released in the United States as Terror Street, is a 1953 British film noir directed by Montgomery Tully. It was made by Hammer Film Productions.

West Point of the Air (1935)

West Point of the Air (1935) is a film starring Wallace Beery about pilot training in the U.S. Army Air Corps in the early 1930s. The supporting cast includes Robert Young, Lewis Stone, Maureen O'Sullivan, Rosalind Russell, and Robert Taylor in one of his earliest roles. The movie was directed by Richard Rosson.

Treasure of Monte Cristo (1949)

Treasure of Monte Cristo is a 1949 American film noir crime film directed by William Berke and starring Glenn Langan, Adele Jergens and Steve Brodie.

Dreamkiller (2010)

Dreamkiller is a 2010 Psychological thriller directed by Catherine Pirotta and starring Dario Deak and John Colton, who portray a scientific team of two doctors who embark on a research project to cure fear-ridden, phobic patients of all varieties. Just as fame and honor creep into the lives of Doctor Nicholas Nemet (Dario Deak), and Doctor Marvin Stalberg (John Colton), a series of murders occurs among cured patients which mirror the victims’ initial homicidal fears. The film opened on February 19, 2010, on a limited release starting in Los Angeles and enjoyed an unusually long engagement of over 14 weeks in LA before beginning to expand in July 2010. Many saw the film as a sleeper hit for its relatively unknown cast and low-budget production, while achieving success and popularity during its limited but very rare long theatrical run. LaDale Anderson of Canyon News wrote, "A new independent film that is being compared to “The Blair Witch Project,” is taking the Los Angeles region by storm”.

It Happened Tomorrow (1944)

It Happened Tomorrow is a 1944 American fantasy film directed by René Clair, starring Dick Powell, Linda Darnell and Jack Oakie, and featuring Edgar Kennedy and John Philliber.

Machine-Gun Kelly (1958)

George "Machine Gun Kelly" Barnes (Charles Bronson) is a Prohibition-era gangster effectively hiding behind his powerful gun. Kelly is meek, self-doubting and gripped with a paralyzing fear of death. But he's goaded toward bigger crimes by his conniving moll, Flo (Susan Cabot), and her desire for fame. After his crony Fandango (Morey Amsterdam) loses an arm in a bank robbery, Kelly is pushed into a grand kidnapping scheme that will lead to his downfall.

Jail Busters (1955)

Jail Busters is a 1955 film starring the comedy team of The Bowery Boys. The film was released on September 18, 1955 by Allied Artists and is the thirty-ninth film in the series.

Hill 24 Doesn't Answer (1955)

Hill 24 Doesn't Answer, the first feature film produced in Israel, is a 1955 Israeli war film directed by Thorold Dickinson. It was entered into the 1955 Cannes Film Festival. The plot revolves around the personal stories of a number of soldiers who are on their way to defend a strategic hill overlooking the road to Jerusalem.

How to Make a Monster (1958)

How to Make a Monster is a 1958 American horror film released in 1958 by American International Pictures (as a double feature with Teenage Cave Man). It was produced and written by Herman Cohen, and starred Gary Conway, Robert H. Harris, Paul Brinegar of "Rawhide", Morris Ankrum, Robert Shayne and John Ashley. It was directed by Herbert L. Strock. The film is a follow-up to both I Was a Teenage Werewolf and I Was a Teenage Frankenstein. Like Teenage Frankenstein, a black-and-white film that switched to color for the final moments, How to Make a Monster was filmed in black-and-white, with only the last reel filmed in color.

Blind Spot (1958)

A blind American Army officer becomes involved in a murder mystery and solves it after regaining his sight.

Behind the Mask of Zorro (1965)

Behind the Mask of Zorro or E Zorro cabalga otra vez is a 1965 Italian western film directed by Ricardo Blasco.

God's Slave (2013)

Muslim Ahmed and Jewish David cross paths while working on opposite sides of the AMIA bombings in 1994 Buenos Aires.

Free Tibet (1998)

Free Tibet is a performance and documentary film about the first Tibetan Freedom Concert, featuring artists like the Beastie Boys, Beck, Bjork, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rage Against the Machine, and The Smashing Pumpkins.

His Brother's Wife (1936)

His Brother's Wife is a 1936 American romance-drama film directed by W. S. Van Dyke and starring Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Taylor. Written by Leon Gordon and John Meehan, based on a story by George Auerbach, the film is about a scientist preparing to leave for the jungles of South America to work on a cure for spotted fever. Wanting to have some fun before his trip, he goes to a gambling club where he meets and falls in love with a beautiful model while falling deep into debt. When he turns to his brother for help, his brother agrees to cover the debt, but only if he leaves without her. While the scientist is away, his brother and the model get married. His Brother's Wife was produced by Lawrence Weingarten for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and was released on August 7, 1936 in the United States. Upon its theatrical release, the film received mixed reviews that praised its expert direction and glossy production, but criticized its "outrageous implausibility". His Brother's Wife was the first of three films starring Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Taylor; the couple married in 1939.

El duende y yo (1961)

A shy employee falls for a dazzling woman who poses as his wife.

Suspense (1946)

Suspense is a 1946 film noir directed by Frank Tuttle. The ice-skating-themed movie starred Barry Sullivan and former Olympic skater Belita, who would team up again with Sullivan in 1947 for the film, The Gangster. It was also the last film appearance of actor Eugene Pallette. At a cost of 1.1 million dollars, it was considered the most expensive film put out by Monogram Pictures.

Escuela de rateros (1958)

The partner of a thief is murdered and the police disguises an impostor exactly like the dead man to catch the murderer.

Ten Tigers of Shaolin (1978)

Ten martial artists protect a Cantonese village from local thugs.

My Angel (2004)

My Angel (French: Mon ange) is a 2004 French-Belgian drama film directed by Serge Frydman.

Hercules Against the Mongols (1963)

The muscular hero (Mark Forest) protects a princess and her people from three sons of Genghis Khan.

Submarine Seahawk (1958)

Submarine Seahawk is a 1958 World War II film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet, starring John Bentley and Brett Halsey. The film was originally released as a double feature with Paratroop Command. The plot tells the story of a by-the-book officer (in his first command in the Pacific war) who is ordered to take his submarine on a reconnaissance mission to locate a fleet of Japanese fighting ships the Allies have lost track of. At first, the rest of the crew resent his distant manner and the way he keeps avoiding taking on the Japanese.

Thrill Ride: The Science of Fun (1997)

Take a ride on the wild side with THRILL RIDE: THE SCIENCE OF FUN! A white-knuckle adventure filmedin 70 millimeter, THRILL RIDE takes full advantage of the power of large-format film, locking the audience into the front seat of some of the wildest rides ever created including The Big Shot at the Stratosphere, Las Vegas and the rollercoasters Kumba and Montu, located in Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida. Explore the heart-pounding possibilities brought to life when the imagination meets the computer work-station with director Ben Stassen, a renowned expert in the field of Computer Generated Imagery (CGI). And learn how cutting edge ride designers employ technology originally developed by the military and NASA to create the mind-bending ride simulators of today! Using footage from some of themost popular rides ever created, THRILL RIDE, immerses the audience in the action...so fasten your seat belts for fun!

Iron Island (2005)

Iron Island is a 2005 Iranian drama film directed by Mohammad Rasoulof. The film garnered the Best Film: Golden Peacock Award at the 36th International Film Festival of India.

Too Soon To Love (1960)

Too Soon to Love, also known as High School Honeymoon, is a (1960) American exploitation film starring Richard Evans, Jennifer West and Jack Nicholson. The film was directed by Richard Rush and released by Universal Pictures.

Demon Summer (2003)

Meddling high school students awaken an evil entity that murders its way through town.

Mission to Mir (1997)

Mission to Mir is a 1997 documentary film about the Mir Space Station.

Amphibian Man (1962)

Amphibian Man (Russian: Человек-амфибия, translit. Chelovek-amfibiya) is a 1962 Soviet science fiction romance film starring Vladimir Korenev and directed by Vladimir Chebotaryov and Gennadi Kazansky. It is an almost fable-like story based upon the eponymous novel by Alexander Beliaev. It focuses on a youth named Ichthyander (Russian: Ихтиандр, Ichtiandr) (from Greek: fish+man) who was surgically altered to survive under the sea. Unlike traditional science fiction movies of the time the film focuses much more on the concept of love won and lost. It was given the name of Tarzan des Mers before the estate of Edgar Rice Burroughs took exception. The film was the leader of Soviet distribution in 1962 (65.5 million viewers). It is little-known in the West, but has become a cult classic.

Summer Camp (1979)

The owner of a failing summer camp decides to raise money by holding a reunion for the now-mature alumni.

Outlaw Force (1988)

Despite Los Angeles police officers (Paul L. Smith, Frank Stallone), a country singer (David Heavener) sets out alone to rescue his kidnapped daughter.

Silent Passage (2004)

Naglalayag is a 2004 Filipino movie that tells the story of a May–December affair between a middle-aged judge and a young taxi driver. Brilliantly acted by Nora Aunor and Yul Servo, the couple’s story brings to light society’s perceptions of gender, age, and class.

His Private Secretary (1933)

His Private Secretary is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film starring Evalyn Knapp and John Wayne.It was the first film from producer Sam Katzman.

Hell-Fire Austin (1932)

Hell Fire Austin is a 1932 American Pre-Code film directed by Forrest Sheldon.

Angry Nazi Zombies (2012)

Three tales from the dark days of World War II: A soldier embarks on a suicide mission; a family finds a monster in a bomb shelter; and a supernatural investigator starts the most dangerous mission of her career.

Dangerous Curves (1988)

Dangerous Curves is a 1988 comedy film starring Tate Donovan and Grant Heslov. The movie also featured brief appearances by Debbe Dunning and Cynthia Geary, early in their respective careers. Both actresses were cast as participants in a bikini contest.

Looking on the Bright Side (1932)

Gracie (Fields) and Laurie (Dolman) are lovers who together form a musical act. Gracie sings and Laurie writes the songs, but when Laurie gets a taste of fame, he runs off after a glamorous actress.

Mystery in Swing (1940)

Reporter Biff Boyd (Monte Hawley) and his secretary girlfriend, Linda Carroll (Marguerite Whitten), go to interview prominent jazz trumpeter Prince Ellis (Robert Webb), whose reputation as a rake is as well known as his musical abilities. Linda's younger sister pleads to accompany them, as she finds Prince attractive. After an evening drinking, Prince mysteriously drops dead as he is about to play, and suspicion falls on club singer Maxine (Josephine Edwards) -- until she, too, turns up dead.

Vendetta (1986)

Vendetta is a 1986 prison action movie starring Karen Chase and Sandy Martin. It was released in September 1986.

Skin Deep (2003)

Events spiral out of control as three friends (Mailon Rivera, Steve White, Kristen Shaw) try to decide what to do after a fourth is found dead in a hot tub.

Soft Shell Man (2002)

Soft Shell Man is a Québécois film, directed by André Turpin released in 2001.

The Inside Story (1948)

The Inside Story is a 1948 American comedy film directed by Allan Dwan and written by Mary Loos and Richard Sale. The film stars Marsha Hunt, William Lundigan, Charles Winninger, Gail Patrick, Gene Lockhart and Florence Bates. The film was released on March 14, 1948, by Republic Pictures.

No Regrets (2004)

A filmmaker's movie about his relationship with his college sweetheart leads to his wife's reunion with a past lover.

Hell's Outpost (1954)

Hell's Outpost is a 1954 American action western crime film directed by Joseph Kane starring Rod Cameron, Joan Leslie, Chill Wills and John Russell.

Black Cat Run (1998)

Police complicate a young man's (Patrick Muldoon) pursuit of an escaped convict (Peter Greene) who kidnapped his girlfriend (Amelia Heinle).

The Holy Land of Tyrol (2010)

Katharina and her husband escape from Bavaria and participate in the Hofer Revolt against Napoleon.

Woh Kaun Thi (1964)

Woh Kaun Thi? is a 1964 Indian Hindi-language black-and-white psychological mystery film directed by Raj Khosla, starring Sadhana, Manoj Kumar and Prem Chopra. Though the screenplay was written by Dhruva Chatterjee, parts were later rewritten, wherein Manoj Kumar took an active role. Music by Madan Mohan was the asset of this movie. The film became a hit at the box office. Its success had Khosla directing Sadhana in two more suspense thrillers: Mera Saaya (1966) and Anita (1967).

Journey Through Rosebud (1972)

Journey Through Rosebud is a 1972 drama film directed by Tom Gries. It stars Robert Forster and Katharine Ross.

El peñón de las ánimas (1943)

The Rock of Souls (Spanish: El Peñón de las Ánimas) is a Mexican movie produced in 1942, directed by Miguel Zacarías and starring Jorge Negrete and María Félix. It is the first movie to star María Félix, one of the legendary female stars of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema.

Men and Women (1999)

Men and Women is a 1999 Chinese comedy-drama film directed by Liu Bingjian. The film was co-written by Cui Zi'en, one of the few openly gay writers in China. Cui also has a cameo-role in the film, as the host of an underground radio show.

The Prince Of Thieves (1948)

The Prince of Thieves is a 1948 film nominally inspired by Alexandre Dumas' 1872 novel Le Prince des voleurs. Produced by Sam Katzman for Columbia Pictures and starring Jon Hall as Robin Hood with stuntwork by Jock Mahoney, the film was shot in the Cinecolor process that features an inability to reproduce the colour green. Sequences were shot reusing several of the sets of Columbia's The Bandit of Sherwood Forest and at Corriganville. Patricia Morison and Adele Jergens co-star.

Le Grand Départ (2008)

A doctor marries a much younger woman to start a new life.

The One Armed Swordsmen (1976)

The world is awash with one-armed knights who aren't inclined to make alliances.

Panama Hattie (1942)

Panama Hattie is a 1942 American film produced by Arthur Freed and directed by Norman Z. McLeod. Substantial retakes were directed by Roy Del Ruth with choreography by Danny Dare and musical numbers staged by Vincente Minnelli. The film used only four of Porter's songs and substituted other songs. The cast featured Red Skelton as Red, Ann Sothern as Hattie Maloney, Rags Ragland as Rags, Ben Blue as Rowdy, Marsha Hunt as Leila Tree, Virginia O'Brien as Flo Foster, Alan Mowbray as Jay Jerkins, Dan Dailey as Dick Bulliard and Lena Horne as Singer in Phil's Place. Songs used in the film are as follows:

The Night Has Eyes (1942)

Two teachers, man-hungry Doris and restrained Marian, visit the Yorkshire moors a year after friend Evelyn disappeared there. On a stormy night, they take refuge in the isolated cottage of Stephen, one-time pianist shellshocked in the Spanish Civil War. Doris flees as soon as the flood subsides; but Marian's suspicions about Evelyn's fate, in conflict with her growing love for Stephen, prompt her to stay on among the misty bogs.

Lost Embrace (2004)

Lost Embrace (Spanish: El abrazo partido) is a 2004 Argentine, French, Italian, and Spanish comedy drama film, directed by Daniel Burman and written by Burman and Marcelo Birmajer. The picture features Daniel Hendler, Adriana Aizemberg, Jorge D'Elía, among others. The drama was Argentina's official choice for the 2004 Oscar Awards, Foreign Language film category. The comedy-drama tells of Ariel Makaroff, the grandson of Holocaust-era Polish refugees, who is currently on a complex search for his personal and cultural identity.

Dry Spell (2013)

Sasha and her soon-to-be ex-husband must get through their entanglements so she can move on with her sex life without guilt.

Shattered Image (1994)

Greed, lust and betrayal surround an undercover FBI agent (Jack Scalia) and a fashion model (Bo Derek) with plenty to hide.

Hidden Gold (1940)

Hidden Gold is a 1940 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Gerald Geraghty and Jack Merserveau. The film stars William Boyd, Russell Hayden, Minor Watson, Ruth Rogers, Britt Wood, Ethel Wales and Lee Phelps. The film was released on June 7, 1940, by Paramount Pictures.

When the Man Went South (2014)

Flying Fox heads south to learn more about himself as a man. When he comes across two warring villages, he attempts to broker peace between them.

Where the North Begins (1947)

A Canadian Mountie takes a lone stand against a deadly group of mobsters.

Sukeban Deka: Counter Attack from the Kazama Sisters (1988)

A teenage detective isn't back in school for very long before she tackles a new case.

Mondo Cane 2 (1963)

Gualtiero Jacopetti and Franco Prosperi explore a world of primitives, penitents and perversions in a world gone mad.

Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse (1962)

The 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse is a 1962 drama film loosely based on the novel by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez, which had been filmed in 1921 with Rudolph Valentino. Unlike that film, this was a critical and commercial disaster, which contributed greatly to the financial problems of MGM. It was directed by Vincente Minnelli and starred Glenn Ford, Ingrid Thulin, Charles Boyer, Lee J. Cobb, Paul Lukas, Yvette Mimieux, Karl Boehm, and Paul Henreid.

Gisaku (2005)

A samurai and his companions defend the key to the threshold of the world.

Genesis II (1973)

A NASA scientist (Alex Cord) wakes up in a strange new world after spending World War III in suspended animation.

Black Diamonds (1940)

Black Diamonds is a 1940 American drama film, directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Richard Arlen, Andy Devine, and Kathryn Adams, and was released on July 19, 1940.