App: The Human Story (2017)

A revealing look at the forces behind the screen that have made mobile devices into a paradigm-shifting phenomenon.

Moonshine (1918)

Moonshine is a 1918 American two-reel silent comedy film directed by and starring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and featuring Buster Keaton.

The Little Polar Bear: A Visitor from the South Pole (2004)

A giant octopus teaches Lars and Robby about water.

Venkatapuram (2017)

A police investigator delves into the mystery surrounding the murder of a young college girl.

Swargaseema (1945)

Swarga Seema is a 1945 Telugu drama film directed by B. N. Reddy and starring Chittor V. Nagaiah, B. Jayamma and Bhanumathi Ramakrishna.

(Notes on) Biology (2011)

An organism adapts to its environment.

Twelve Chairs (1971)

The Twelve Chairs (Russian: 12 стульев, translit. 12 stulyev) is a 1971 Soviet comedy film directed by Leonid Gaidai. It is an adaptation of the novel, The Twelve Chairs.

Durban Poison (2013)

A couple known as South Africa's Bonnie and Clyde confess their crimes to the police.

Essex Heist (2017)

A car mechanic's elaborate robbery plan hits a snag when he learns he stole from the local crime kingpin.

ROCK: It's Your Decision (1982)

The parents of a young man force him to go without rock music for 30 days.

Hope Dances (2017)

A multi-talented young girl has a chance to win the lead role in the Nutcracker Ballet, and must choose between pursuing her mother’s dream of her becoming a prima ballerina and her father’s aspirations of making her a sports champion.

The White Butterfly Killer (1973)

A man survives an attempted double suicide with a stranger.

The Years of Fierro (2014)

The life of César Fierro, the oldest Mexican prisoner on death row in the United States.

Robowar: Robot da guerra (1988)

A year before their jaw-dropper SHOCKING DARK, director Bruno Mattei (VIOLENCE IN A WOMEN’S PRISON) and co-writers Claudio Fragasso & Rossella Drudi (NIGHT KILLER, ZOMBIE 4) first collaborated on this brain-melting mash-up of PREDATOR, ROBOCOP and Philippines war movie mayhem. When a team of badass commandos is hired for a jungle rescue mission, they’ll instead find themselves hunted by a kill-crazed creature that is part man, part machine and all glorious ‘80s ItaloSleaze. Reb Brown (UNCOMMON VALOR), Catherine Hickland (ONE LIFE TO LIVE), Massimo Vanni (RATS: NIGHT OF TERROR) and Jim Gaines (ISLAND OF THE LIVING DEAD) star in this “Freaking awesome must-watch for any action fan” (BMovieCitadel.com). Now scanned in 4k from the original negative and loaded with all-new Special Features.

The Children of the Noon (2017)

Daily routines and activities mark the passage of time for a group of children and teenagers in Kenya's Nchiru AIDS orphanage.

The Sky in Bloom (2012)

Successful human-trafficker and dedicated family man Brannick Hammond is dying, but that is the least of his problems.

Boy s tenyu (2005)

Shadowboxing (Russian: Бой с тенью, Boy s tenyu; literally "Fight with shadow") is a 2005 Russian 4-episode Sports drama movie. The stars of the film include famous Russian actors such as Denis Nikiforov, Yelena Panova, and Andrey Panin, and it was directed by Aleksey Sidorov. The title track from the music score was performed by Finnish cello rock band Apocalyptica. The film's sequel, Shadowboxing 2: Revenge, was released in Russia in 2007.

No Exit (1954)

Huis-clos (English: No Exit), is a French-language drama film from 1954, directed by Jacqueline Audry, written by Jean-Paul Sartre, and starring Jean-Marie Amato.

The Open Door (2017)

A young special needs man goes to live with his sister.

Nightmares in Precinct 7 (2001)

When a wounded police officer wakes up at the hospital, he discovers that he can see ghosts.

Naná (1985)

Naná is a 1985 Mexican musical, erotic and sexploitation film directed by Rafael Baledón. Based in the novel Nana, by Emile Zola, the film exposes an exemplary manner the principles of the naturalistic novel. Her protagonist is a beautiful young woman of humble origins who seeks, through the high prostitution, access to a well-off. Naná symbolizes the degradation of the Second Empire. The film is an adaptation of the same name Mexican stageplay produced and starred by the actress and singer Irma Serrano in the 1970s.

Der Leone Have Sept Cabeças (1970)

The Seven Headed Lion (original title:Der Leone Have Sept Cabeças) or The Lion with the Seven Heads is a 1970 French-Italian-Brazilian film directed by Glauber Rocha. It was shot on location in Brazzaville, the Congo during the time Rocha was exiled.

Payoff (2003)

Two very different cops must find a way to cooperate during a murder investigation.

On Trial (1954)

L'Affaire Maurizius is a 1954 French-Italian drama film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Daniel Gélin, Madeleine Robinson and Anton Walbrook. It was based on a 1928 novel by Jakob Wassermann. Its Italian title is Il caso Mauritius.

A Life for Ballet (2012)

The life of ballet reconstructionist Pierre Lacotte and his wife and longtime dance partner, Ghislaine Thesmar.

Si saben cómo me pongo ¿pa' qué me invitan? (2018)

Four unhappy couples attend a spiritual retreat at a resort.

The Second Sight (2013)

Joom, a lawyer, is cursed with the ability to see not just ghosts, but karmic retribution. He knows how you’ll die–and why. But when he takes on a particularly bloody case, Joom knows there’s more to the accused woman than meets the eye.

Independent Dreams (2017)

Two aspiring filmmakers attempt their dream production.

Priya (1979)

Priya is a 1978 film, made in Tamil and Kannada, directed by S. P. Muthuraman, starring Sridevi in the titular role along with Rajinikanth, Aznah Hamid and Ambarish in supporting roles. Priya is a beautiful girl whose boyfriend is Sumant Raja. The story is an adaptation from writer Sujatha's Ganesh - Vasanth novels. The film was a blockbuster and completed a 175-day run at the box office.

A River's Last Chance (2017)

The recovery of the Eel River in Northern California.

Chosen: Custody of the Eyes (2017)

A woman wants to become a nun in one of the strictest religious orders in the world.

Char Adhyay (1997)

Char Adhyay 1997 Indian Bengali language drama film written and directed by Kumar Shahani. It is based on Rabindranath Tagore's last novel by the same name, written in 1934.

The Present (2014)

The Present is a 2014 animated short film directed and co-written by Jacob Frey and co-written with Markus Kranzler. It is based on "Perfeição", a comic strip by Fabio Coala. The short film tells the story of a teenage boy who gets a three-legged puppy from his mom, eventually warming up to it.

Day After Tomorrow (1968)

A man comes to Canyon City and becomes involved with two feuding factions after a bank clerk gets killed during a botched holdup.

Tea for Two Hundred (1948)

Tea for Two Hundred is a 1948 American animated short film directed by Jack Hannah. Part of the Donald Duck film series, the film was produced in Technicolor by Walt Disney Productions and released to theaters by RKO Radio Pictures on December 24, 1948. The cartoon stars a picnicing Donald Duck who faces an army of ants trying to steal his food. Clarence Nash stars as Donald while the ants were voiced by Pinto Colvig. The film includes original music by Oliver Wallace.

How Jack Became Black (2017)

The recent births of Jack and June, the third multiracial generation in filmmaker Eli Steele's family, coincided with a startling projection: by the year 2050, at least 20 percent of all Americans will self-identify as two or more races. What will this fate mean to a nation that has been tormented by race throughout its history? Born to a black father and a Jewish mother, Steele has long battled the forces of identity politics, from college campuses to places of employment.

Making the Crooked Straight (2008)

The life and work of Dr. Rick Hodes.

Lovesongs: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow (2008)

Rohan, an aspiring advocate, has been raised by his grandmother, Mridula, who used to be in love with a Muslim boy, Aftab. Years on, Rohan insists on knowing the secrets behind his mother's death.

Above & Beyond Acoustic: Giving Up the Day Job (2018)

In 2016, Above & Beyond left the electronic world behind, risking it all to go acoustic. Paul Dugdale’s film follows the group’s unlikely journey from the DJ booth to the Hollywood Bowl. From the re-imagining of songs in Abbey Road Studios to their presentation in iconic global venues from the Sydney Opera House to New York’s Beacon Theater, San Francisco’s Greek Theater finally the Hollywood Bowl. With a traveling party of 17 musicians, and an additional 34 of Los Angeles’ finest classical players, Above & Beyond Acoustic – Giving Up The Day Job is an intimate behind the scenes look at one of the world’s biggest electronic dance groups as they separate the melody from the music and try something new.

The Winner (2011)

The Winner (Polish: Wygrany) is a 2011 American-Polish co-production written and directed by Wieslaw Saniewski and starring Pawel Szajda, Janusz Gajos, Wojciech Pszoniak and Marta Żmuda-Trzebiatowska. Film tells a story of Oliver (played by Pawel Szajda, "Under the Tuscan Sun" and HBO's "Generation Kill") who is a young and talented pianist. When his life and promising career suddenly collapse, he finds an unexpected help in a retired math teacher, now a compulsive horse race gambler (played by Janusz Gajos). The Winner was filmed in Chicago, German town Baden-Baden and Polish city of Wroclaw and Lądek Zdrój. Film's soundtrack includes music of Chopin, three Elvis Presley's songs and tango.

Buried Treasure (1938)

Fortunes change for a man who unwittingly stumbles upon a buried treasure.

Žiletky (1994)

Žiletky is a Czech drama film directed by Zdenek Tyc. It was released in 1994.

Police Nurse (1963)

Police Nurse is a 1963 American drama film directed by Maury Dexter and written by Harry Spalding. The film stars Ken Scott, Merry Anders, Oscar Beregi (Jr.), Barbara Mansell, John Holland and Byron Morrow. The film was released in May 1963, by 20th Century Fox.

Sakalakala Vallavan (1982)

Sakalakala Vallavan is a 1982 Indian Tamil-language masala film directed by S. P. Muthuraman and written by Panchu Arunachalam. The film stars Kamal Haasan, Ambika, Raveendran and Tulasi. Produced by M. Saravanan, M. Balasubramanian and M. S. Guhan of AVM Productions, it revolves around a villager whose sister is raped by the village head's son when the former refuses to abide by his dictatorship. The villager vows to seek revenge and get his sister married to her rapist.

Heroes Without Glory (1971)

Allied commandos in North Africa come across three fortune hunters who claim to know the location of a pharaoh's treasure. The commandos abandon their duties and help the hunters in their search.

The Party Is Over (1960)

The Party Is Over (Spanish: Fin de fiesta) is a 1960 Argentine drama film directed by Leopoldo Torre Nilsson. It was entered into the 10th Berlin International Film Festival. The film depicts the political corruption in Argentina in the 1930s, a period known as the Infamous Decade.

La hija de Moctezuma (2014)

La hija de Moctezuma ("Moctezuma's Daughter") is a 2014 Mexican comedy film directed by Iván Lipkies. It stars María Elena Velasco (as La India María), Eduardo Manzano, Rafael Inclán, Raquel Garza, and Ernesto Pape. This was last Maria Elena Velasco's film played as "La India Maria" before her death.

Captive (1998)

Captive is a 1998 American drama film. The film stars Erika Eleniak and Michael Ironside.

El circo (1943)

The Circus (Spanish: El circo) is a 1943 Mexican comedy film directed by Miguel M. Delgado and starring Cantinflas, Gloria Lynch and Estanislao Schillinsky.

Vedanti (2018)

Detective Harsh Vedanti investigates a murder.

Les démons de Jésus (1997)

A family of fair workers begin a suburban life.

FX 18 (1964)

A secret agent breaks up an espionage ring.

Shaolin Warrior (1980)

Shaolin Warrior is a 1984 kung fu film directed by Chia-Liang Liu. It is originally a Cantonese language film.

The Friends (1971)

The Friends (French: Les Amis) is a 1971 French drama film directed by Gérard Blain. The film won the Golden Leopard at the Locarno International Film Festival.

The Devil Plays (1931)

The Devil Plays is a 1931 American mystery film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Jameson Thomas, Florence Britton and Thomas E. Jackson. It was given a British release under the alternative title of The Murdock Affair.

The Bakken (2017)

On the heels of the Great Recession, fracking unlocks a sea of oil beneath rural North Dakota. This series of intimate and interconnected portraits tells the human story of an oil boom and bust.

LA Nuit Nomade (2012)

This may be the last migration for Tundup, the end of his nomadic life on the Himalayan highlands. When the merchants arrive, Tundup and his family must choose between selling their goat herd and moving to the city or staying in Karnak.

Barefoot Gen 2 (1986)

Barefoot Gen 2 is a 1986 Japanese animated action drama film and the sequel to the 1983 animated war film Barefoot Gen, loosely based on the Japanese manga series by Keiji Nakazawa. Directed by Toshio Hirata, the film stars Issei Miyazaki, Masaki Kōda, Yoshie Shimamura, and Taeko Nakanishi, who reprise their roles from the first film, while Kei Nakamura and Takami Aoyama join the cast. In the film, Gen and Ryuta Nakaoka join a gang of orphan scavengers while trying to save their mother Kimie from radiation sickness.

Mira (1971)

Mira is a 1971 Dutch-Belgian drama film directed by Fons Rademakers. It was entered into the 1971 Cannes Film Festival. The film was selected as the Dutch entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 44th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Mikey's Extreme Romance (2011)

A stalker makes a video diary to prove his love.

Vamp Bikers (2013)

Chaos erupts after a group of Vampires move into an abandoned factory in a town run by Bikers. The rivals’ battle for control threatens to tear the town apart.

Yulia (2009)

Yulia suddenly finds herself in a closed room with five levers fixed to the wall. By setting them in motion, she initiates a series of absurd events that lead her to her soul mate.

Little Love of My Life (1952)

Here Comes Martin Corona is a 1952 Mexican comedy western film directed by Miguel Zacarías and starring Pedro Infante, Sara Montiel and Eulalio González. It is also known by the alternative title of Little Love of My Life.

The Mad Game (1933)

The Mad Game is a 1933 American Pre-Code crime drama film about an imprisoned bootlegger (Spencer Tracy) recruited from incarceration to help capture his own gang after they kidnap the daughter (Claire Trevor) of the judge who jailed him. The supporting cast includes Ralph Morgan, J. Carrol Naish, Matt McHugh, and Paul Fix, and the movie was directed by Irving Cummings.

Attica (1974)

An overview of the incidents surrounding the harrowing Attica prison revolt in 1971.

Real Time: Siege At Lucas Street Market (2001)

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Paroled (2011)

An ex-convict lands a job caring for an elderly couple.

Eugene (2009)

A lonely man becomes desperate to connect with the people around him.

The American Brew (2007)

The history of American beer.

Her Torpedoed Love (1917)

A conniving butler plots to steal a servant's inheritance.

Paradise For Buster (1952)

Paradise for Buster (1952) is a private industrial film made by John Deere and Company, Inc. showcasing Buster Keaton.

What We've Become (2016)

Sisters struggling with the effects of addiction experience challenges when they go home.

Moonlight in Havana (1942)

Moonlight in Havana is a 1942 American film romantic comedy directed by Anthony Mann and featuring Allan Jones, Jane Frazee and Marjorie Lord. This was Mann's first film as director. Choreography by Lester Horton.

The Parallel (2007)

A high school football star goes to bed the night after graduation and wakes up in a strange new life. He is now 39 years old, stuck in a crumbling marriage and has no recollection of the past 20 years.

Mighty Times: The Legacy of Rosa Parks (2002)

Mighty Times: The Legacy of Rosa Parks is a 2002 American short documentary film directed by Robert Houston and produced by Robert Hudson. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.

There Ain't No Santa Claus (1926)

Charley has several dilemmas caused by his greedy landlord.

The Annuity (1972)

Le Viager is a French comedy film directed by Pierre Tchernia. It was released in 1972, adapted from a script by René Goscinny, the creator of the Asterix comics.

Being President (2013)

Patrick Rotman documents French President Francois Hollande's first eight months in office.

Les Gorilles (2015)

Two agents with different working methods are forced to team up.

The Days Before (2013)

The lives of two children are changed by violence in Algiers.

Paid to Love (1927)

Paid to Love is a 1927 American silent comedy film directed by Howard Hawks and written by Malcolm Stuart Boylan, William M. Conselman, Benjamin Glazer, and Seton I. Miller. The film stars George O'Brien, Virginia Valli, J. Farrell MacDonald, William Powell, Thomas Jefferson, and Hank Mann. The film was released on July 23, 1927, by Fox Film Corporation.

Une folle envie (2011)

Yann and Rose try their hardest to have a baby.

Garden Lovers (2014)

Through glimpses of their daily lives, elderly couples impart wisdom about love and remind people of life's fickle nature.

Band of Keepers (2017)

A young woman joins a band of misfits to recover an inheritance, and in the process, she uncovers a family secret.

She Stoops to Conquer (1914)

She Stoops to Conquer is a 1914 British silent historical comedy film directed by George Loane Tucker and starring Henry Ainley, Jane Gail and Gregory Scott. It is an adaptation of Oliver Goldsmith's play She Stoops to Conquer.

Live Evil (2015)

When a police station in a small college town is besieged by evil on a sleepy Halloween night, Pete, the sheriff, and Hancock, his loyal deputy, are thrown into the middle of a holy chess game that could destroy the town -- and possibly the world.

Witness My Journey (2013)

A Jehovah's Witness embarks on an emotional, exciting and erotic voyage, which transforms her from a Sydney housewife into Australia's party queen.

Tess of the Storm Country (1932)

Tess of the Storm Country is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film. The movie stars Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell, and Dudley Digges, and was directed by Alfred Santell and released by Fox Film Corporation. It is a remake of the 1922 silent film of the same name. It is based on the novel of the same name by Grace Miller White. Gaynor and Farrell made almost a dozen films together, including Frank Borzage's classics Seventh Heaven (1927), Street Angel (1928), and Lucky Star (1929). Gaynor won the first Academy Award for Best Actress for the first two films and F. W. Murnau's Sunrise.

Rackety Rax (1932)

Rackety Rax is a 1932 American Pre-Code comedy action film directed by Alfred L. Werker and starring Victor McLaglen, Greta Nissen and Nell O'Day.

Slut or Nut: The Diary of a Rape Trial (2018)

Activist Mandi Gray navigates the legal system after a sexual assault.

Once Upon an Island (2015)

Filmmaker Steve Lichtag journeys to a mysterious coral island to witness nature as it was 5,000 years ago and meet the wondrous creatures that inhabit this atoll, create communities, give birth to young, and struggle for their survival.

The Prime Ministers: Soldiers and Peacemakers (2015)

Filmmaker Richard Trank examines six decades of Israel's history.

Hardwood (2005)

Hardwood is a 2005 short documentary film about Canadian director Hubert Davis' relationship to his father, former Harlem Globetrotters member Mel Davis. Through interviews with his mother, his father's wife, his half-brother, and Mel Davis himself, Hubert Davis explores why Mel made the decisions that he did, and how that has affected his life. Hardwood was met with high critical acclaim and received an Academy Award for Documentary Short Subject nomination. It also aired on PBS as part of its Point of View series in 2005.

The Thriller (2010)

The Thriller is a 2010 Indian Malayalam thriller film written and directed by B. Unnikrishnan. It stars Prithviraj Sukumaran, Katherine Theresa, Siddique, Lalu Alex and Sampath Raj in pivotal roles. It was released on 17 November. Later on, It was dubbed in Hindi under the same title.

A Suitable Girl (2017)

A Suitable Girl follows three young women in India struggling to maintain their identities and follow their dreams amid intense pressure to get married. Ritu, Dipti and Amrita represent the new India. Educated, financially stable and raised with a mix of traditional and contemporary values in the urban cities of Mumbai and New Delhi, they have access to the world in ways their mothers did not. Yet their lives take a dramatic turn when the pressure to settle down and get married hits. Career aspirations become secondary to the pursuit of a husband, and the women struggle with the prospect of leaving their homes and families to become part of another. Documenting the arranged marriage and matchmaking process in vérité over four years, the film examines the women’s complex relationships with marriage, family and culture; the many nuanced ways society molds them into traditional roles; and a rarely-seen portrait of India’s urban middle class.

The Perfect Host: A Southern Gothic Tale (2018)

The film tells the story of Julie who, while sorting her dead grandmother’s affairs, boards in an eerie, southern mansion and soon discovers the matriarch may desire more than just her company.

Battling Bunyan (1924)

Battling Bunyan is a 1924 American silent sports comedy film directed by Paul Hurst and starring Wesley Barry, Frank Campeau and Molly Malone. In order to raise cash in a hurry, a young man takes up professional boxing despite the fact he is totally unsuited to it.

The Camera: Je or La Caméra: I (1977)

The art of making still photographs.

The Travel Agent (2015)

A woman in Cuba finally gets a chance to visit her dying mother in Miami.

Solo (2003)

Performance artist Atif Y. Siddiqi embarks on a creative journey to self-realization.