Night Will Fall (2014)
Night Will Fall is a 2014 documentary film directed by Andre Singer that chronicles the making of the 1945 British government documentary German Concentration Camps Factual Survey. The 1945 documentary, which showed gruesome scenes from newly liberated Nazi concentration camps, languished in British archives for nearly seven decades and was only recently completed.
The 1945 documentary, based on the work of combat cameramen serving with the armed forces and newsreel footage, was produced by Sidney Bernstein, then a British government official, with participation by Alfred Hitchcock. About 12 minutes of footage in this 75-minute film is from the earlier documentary.
The title of the film was derived from a line of narration in the 1945 documentary: “Unless the world learns the lesson these pictures teach, night will fall.”
The Life, Blood and Rhythm of Randy Castillo (2014)
The life of Randy Castillo, the drummer for Ozzy Osborne, Motley Crue and Lita Ford, told through interviews, concert footage and home movies.
BirdWatchers (Italian: La terra degli uomini rossi) is a 2008 Brazilian-Italian drama film directed by Marco Bechis. It depicts the breakdown of a community of Guarani-Kaiowa native Indians whilst attempting to reclaim their ancestral land from a local farmer.
Aviva, My Love (2006)
Aviva, My Love (Hebrew: אביבה אהובתי) is a 2006 Israeli drama film directed by Shemi Zarhin.
Criminal Behavior (1992)
A lawyer (Farrah Fawcett) falls for the police detective (A Martinez) who follows her, as she follows the trail of an utter felon.
Le monde nous appartient (2013)
Pouga and Julien meet one night on a bridge and their fates intersect.
When Innocence Is Lost (1997)
When Innocence Is Lost is a 1997 American drama television film directed by Bethany Rooney and written by Deborah Jones. The music of the film was composed by Dennis McCarthy. It stars Keri Russell, Jill Clayburgh, Vince Corazza, Julie Khaner, and Charlotte Sullivan.
The Sister-in-Law (1995)
A lounge singer (Kate Vernon) schemes to get revenge on the tycoon she holds responsible for her parents' deaths.
Penitentiary Angel (1996)
Penitentiary Angel (also known as Behind the Wall of Shame, is a 1994 Chinese drama film starring Zhao Wei and directed by Jin Xie. The film was adapted from the same name novel. Official selection of 1995 UN's Women Conference.
The Purloined Pup (1946)
Policedog Pluto must save a captive pooch from Butch the dognapper.
The Loves of Mary, Queen of Scots (1924)
The Loves of Mary, Queen of Scots is a 1923 British silent historical film directed by Denison Clift and starring Fay Compton, Gerald Ames and Ivan Samson. The film depicts the life of Mary, Queen of Scots and her eventual execution. It was one of the final films made by Ideal, one of the leading British studios, before they were hit by the Slump of 1924.
Africa Uncensored (1971)
A disturbing documentary based on a tour of 20 African countries.
A champion kickboxer (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) protects a singer who has a serial killer on her trail.
Cass (Liana Werner-Gray) and Mark (Justin Tully) travel to a secluded area for a long weekend and suspect someone is stalking them.
Highway Pick-Up (1963)
Chair de poule (French for "goosebumps") is a 1963 French crime film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Robert Hossein, Catherine Rouvel, Jean Sorel and Georges Wilson. The screenplay is based on the novel Come Easy, Go Easy by James Hadley Chase, which took several plot elements from The Postman Always Rings Twice by James M Cain. The film was released in the United States as Highway Pickup.
Roses Are Red (1947)
Roses Are Red is a 1947 American crime drama film directed by James Tinling, featuring film stars Don Castle and Peggy Knudsen. The movie features an early performance by Jeff Chandler as a gangster.
Devil's Daughter (1946)
While on the run, Saget impersonates a rich man, deceiving everyone except a doctor and young woman.
Paraguayan Hammock (2006)
Paraguayan Hammock is a 2006 Argentine-Paraguayan drama film directed by Paz Encina. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.
Golden Gate Girls (2013)
Golden Gate Girls is a 2013 documentary film focusing on the life and works of Esther Eng (1914-1970), once honored as the first woman director of Southern China. She crossed boundaries of both gender and culture by making Cantonese language films for Chinese audiences during and after WWII. She was in fact the only woman directing feature-length films in America after Dorothy Arzner’s retirement in 1943 and before Ida Lupino began directing in 1949. After her film career, she pioneered in establishing fine dining Chinese Restaurants in New York City. She left her mark in both the Chinese and English press enabling director S. Louisa Wei to recover some of her lost stories. Clips from her two extant films, stills from her eight other motion pictures, photos from her six albums, newsreels of San Francisco as she saw them, as well as hundreds of archival images are collected to present her life and work in the most stunning visuals.
Maha, an Egyptian production designer, finds herself transported into a completely different persona.
Men with Beards (2013)
Everyday people tell how their lives have been impacted by extraordinary beards.
The Three Es (2015)
The Dunn family struggles to prepare for a son's return after he is severely injured while serving in Iraq.
The Conquerors (2013)
The Conquerors (French: Les conquérants) is a 2013 French adventure comedy film directed by Xabi Molia, with stars Mathieu Demy, Denis Podalydès and Christian Crahay, with the director playing a seventh-billed supporting role.The film was exhibited in southwest France on 21 June 2013 at the Contis Film Festival (premiere) and, two months later (24 August) at another film festival, in Gindou. The full release in France was on 25 September, but it continued to be seen at festivals (Belgium's Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur on 1 October and Canada's Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival on 15 September 2014.
All Screwed Up (1974)
All Screwed Up is a 1974 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Lina Wertmüller.
The Lady Has Plans (1942)
The Lady Has Plans is a 1942 American thriller comedy film starring Ray Milland and Paulette Goddard.
Evil Brain from Outer Space (1965)
Evil Brain from Outer Space is a 1964 film edited together for American television from films #7, #8 and #9 of the 1957/1958 Japanese Super Giant film series.
In 1933 Germany, a classically trained violinist decides to leave the Berlin Philharmonic to join a group of musicians playing popular music.
No Fear, No Die (1990)
No Fear, No Die (French: S'en fout la mort) is a 1990 drama film directed by Claire Denis and written by Denis in collaboration with Jean-Pol Fargeau. It features Isaach De Bankolé, Alex Descas and Solveig Dommartin.
Secrets to Love (2008)
Three couples of varying backgrounds discuss how to make a marriage work.
The Shaman (1987)
A man must oppose his best friend while resisting the powers of an evil being seeking a successor.
The Girl with the Red Hair (1981)
The Girl with the Red Hair (Dutch: Het meisje met het rode haar) is a 1981 Dutch drama film directed by Ben Verbong. It was entered into the 32nd Berlin International Film Festival.
The Melon Route (2006)
The Melon Route is a Croatian drama film directed by Branko Schmidt. It was released in 2006.
Crazy for Love (1952)
Crazy for Love (French: Le Trou normand) is a 1952 French comedy film starring Bourvil and, in one of her first appearances, Brigitte Bardot.
Blind Adventure (1933)
Blind Adventure is a 1933 American Pre-Code film directed by Ernest B. Schoedsack released by RKO Radio Pictures.
Wild Target (1993)
Victor Meynard (Jean Rochefort), a hit man who still lives with his mother, is becoming more reluctant to pull the trigger during assignments. He meets a young man, Antoine (Guillaume Depardieu), whom he takes under his wing after being unable to kill him. Their lives change when he meets Rene (Marie Trintignant), an art forger who has earned the wrath of powerful mob leaders. Unwilling to assassinate the new object of his affections, Victor must run and hide with two new friends in tow.
Honeychile is a 1951 American comedy film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Charles E. Roberts, Jack Townley and Barry Trivers. The film stars Judy Canova, Eddie Foy, Jr., Alan Hale, Jr., Walter Catlett, Claire Carleton and Karolyn Grimes. The film was released on October 20, 1951, by Republic Pictures.
Kid Nightingale (1939)
Kid Nightingale is a 1939 American musical comedy film directed by George Amy and written by Charles Belden and Raymond L. Schrock. The film stars John Payne, Jane Wyman, Walter Catlett, Edward Brophy, Charles D. Brown, Max Hoffman Jr. and John Ridgely. The film was released by Warner Bros. on November 4, 1939.
A Guerra da Beatriz (2013)
Beatriz's War is a 2013 drama film directed by Luigi Acquisto and Bety Reis. It is the first full-length feature film to be produced by East Timor. Its premiere was on 17 September 2013 in Dili. The film was shown in the first month to 30,000 East Timorese at outdoor screenings. It was screened at the 2013 Adelaide Film Festival.
Pulkownik Kwiatkowski (1996)
Pułkownik Kwiatkowski is a Polish historical film directed by Kazimierz Kutz. It was released in 1996.
Call Me Elisabeth (2006)
Call Me Elisabeth (French title: Je m'appelle Elisabeth) is a 2006 French drama film directed by Jean-Pierre Améris, and based on a novel written by Anne Wiazemsky.
A Thousand Hills (2008)
An awkward 13 year old boy makes a CD to save his families farm from a land developer.
Russia: The Outpost Vol. 1 (2013)
Surfers journey to Kamchatka on Russia's Pacific rim.
Death Duel of Kung Fu (1979)
Death Duel of Kung Fu is 1979 martial art movie, directed by William Cheung Ki and starring John Liu, Don Wong Tao and Eagle Han-ying. It is also known as Showdown of the Master Warriors and Return of the Secret Rivals as an alternate title. With in say, the movie has no relationship with the Secret Rivals trilogy but most of the filming locations took places in South Korea although the story is set in China, which makes the result that it makes a similar storyline as Secret Rivals. It is also Eagle Han-ying`s first Hong Kong movie debut.
Almost Pregnant (1992)
Infertility leads to infidelity for a couple (Tanya Roberts, Jeff Conaway) having lots of trouble having a baby.
Kajraare is a Bollywood film that released on 15 October 2010. The film was directed by Pooja Bhatt and starred Himesh Reshammiya and the Pakistani actress Sara Loren. Reshammiya plays a singer who falls in love with a bar dancer and the film is centred on how they find true love. It is the first Hindi film to be shot in Petra, often called "the eighth wonder of the world."
7 Days in Slow Motion (2009)
A boy finds a video camera and decides to make a film in just seven days.
Any Which Way You Punch (1979)
Chinese freedom fighters battle traitors in their midst as they wage war against the government.
Black Ops (2008)
Deadwater a.k.a. BlackOps a.k.a. Nazi Dawn in the United Kingdom, is a horror film written and produced by Ethan Wiley, it was directed by Roel Reiné and stars Lance Henriksen, Gary Stretch, James Russo, D. C. Douglas and Jim Hanks. The film was produced by Wiseacre Films and Rebel Film and released in the US by First Look Studios.
Between Showers (1914)
Between Showers is a 1914 short film made by Keystone Studios and directed by Henry Lehrman. It starred Charlie Chaplin, Ford Sterling, Emma Clifton, and Chester Conklin.
Influence Peddling (1999)
Unexpected pitfalls await a police officer assigned the ordinarily routine task of escorting two crooks to prison.
Lazybones is a 1935 British film directed by Michael Powell. It was made as a Quota quickie.
Urban couples fumble through love and heartbreak on the night of an annual dinner.
The Love She Sought (1990)
An aging school teacher (Lansbury) at a Catholic grammar school in Minnesota questions her life's existence when she has to start battling a new bishop (Prosky). As a result she retires and moves to Ireland where she seeks an admirer (Elliott) with whom she has been corresponding for five years.
The jilted lover of a jazz pianist who’s about to be married falls to her death and returns to haunt the man to the brink of insanity in this classic terrifying thriller!
Jazz pianist Tom Stewart (Richard Carlson) is headed for Carnegie Hall – right after he marries his lovely fiancée Meg (Lugene Sanders). But when Vi Mason (Juli Reding), a lounge singer Tom rejected, shows up at the island lighthouse where Tom practices, she insists that no one will marry Tom but her.
After she accidentally falls over a railing to her death, Vi returns as a ghost bent on revenge. Slowly, Tom loses his grip on reality, and it’s a matter of time before tragedy strikes again in Tormented!
WAC Trivia: Because of his initials (B.I.G.) and also because he frequently wrote giants into his science fiction screenplays, Bert I. (Ira) Gordon was nicknamed "Mr. Big" by actor friend Forrest J. Ackerman.
João Bénard da Costa: Outros Amarão as Coisas que eu Amei (2014)
The life and career of the director.
Acts of the Apostles (1969)
Following the crucifixion, Christ's disciples (Edoardo Torricella, Jacques Dumur) spread his teachings throughout the known world.
Death Rides the Plains (1943)
Death Rides the Plains is a 1943 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Joseph O'Donnell. The film stars Robert Livingston, Al St. John, Patti McCarty, Ray Bennett, I. Stanford Jolley and George Chesebro. The film was released on May 7, 1943, by Producers Releasing Corporation.
Demoness from Thousand Years (1990)
A Taoist priest sends his two fairy disciples to steal the Bead of Hell, which has the power to destroy the Demoness when she threatens to break into the real world.
Theresa, a burgeoning apartment magnate, runs illegal businesses in her buildings for extra money. When the recession hits, she tries to retain her foothold in the underworld as her employees undermine her efforts.
When I Came Home (2006)
When I Came Home is a 2006 documentary directed by Dan Lohaus about homeless veterans in the United States - from those who served in Vietnam to those returning from the Iraq War. The film won the "New York Loves Film Best Documentary" Award at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival.
My Boss, My Teacher (2006)
My Boss, My Teacher is a 2006 South Korean film and sequel to the 2001 film My Boss, My Hero. It was followed by The Mafia, The Salesman in 2007.
Dawn of Dracula (2013)
Victoria Van Helsing and Patricia Pennyweather have to stop a group of occultists from reviving Count Dracula.
Santo Domingo Blues: Los Tigueres de la Bachata (2004)
Interviews with and performances by Luis Vargas and others highlight a history of bachata -- Santo Domingo's version of blues music.
The Mystical Adventures Of Billy Owens (2008)
The Mystical Adventures of Billy Owens is a 2008 Canadian fantasy film, which takes place in Spirit River, Alberta, Canada, about a boy who discovers on his 11th birthday that he is capable of using magic and must save his town from destruction. This film was presented in two parts under a "To Be Continued" format, with a sequel, Billy Owens and the Secret of the Runes, which followed in 2010.
Das weiße Abenteuer (1952)
The White Adventure (German: Das weiße Abenteuer) is a 1952 West German comedy crime film directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt and starring Joe Stöckel, Lucie Englisch and Adrian Hoven. It set at a ski resort on the Bavarian border with Austria, where smuggling is taking place.
Sporting Blood (1931)
Sporting Blood is a 1931 American MGM sports drama film directed by Charles Brabin. The film stars Clark Gable (in his first starring role), Ernest Torrence and Madge Evans.
The White Horse Is Dead (2006)
A teenage girl's bizarre attempt to ease the pain of her lonely existence leads to a battle of wills between herself and her sexually charged mother.
The Utah Kid (1930)
The Utah Kid is a 1930 American Pre-Code Western film directed by Richard Thorpe, starring Rex Lease and featuring Boris Karloff.
The Trouble with Perpetual Deja-Vu (1999)
A woman going through a serious personal crisis moves in with her gambling-obsessed mother.
The Thorn (1971)
The Thorn is a comic, religious satire movie released on May 24, 1974, as The Divine Mr. J. It was first shown as The Greatest Story Overtold at the Detroit Institute of Art in 1971. It was released on video in the early 1980s as The Thorn. It was written, directed and produced by Peter Alexander. Its release was legally challenged on grounds that its title and advertising deceptively exploited the fame of its co-star, Bette Midler.
Blind Husbands (1919)
Blind Husbands is a 1919 American drama film directed by Erich von Stroheim. The film is an adaptation of the story The Pinnacle by Stroheim.
Marty, a trouble nerd, lives with his abusive mother, a prostitute who murders her clients. When she threatens to pull him away from his sister, Marty decides she's gone too far, and it's time to stand up for himself.
The Capture (1950)
The Capture is a 1950 thriller film noir directed by John Sturges, starring Lew Ayres, Teresa Wright, Victor Jory and Jacqueline White. The story, told in flashback deals with an ex-oil worker driven by guilt at causing the death of an innocent man to find out the truth about a robbery.
5 Years After the Fall (2016)
With the world's food and water contaminated, people have become savage. An idealistic man who is attempting to reach one of the few remaining cities is attacked and surrounded in an abandoned house.
Deadman Apocalypse (2016)
Deadman Apocalypse is a 2016 science fiction film.
Beyond Right and Wrong: Stories of Justice and Forgiveness (2012)
Beyond Right & Wrong: Stories of Justice and Forgiveness is a 2012 American documentary film about restorative justice and forgiveness. It is directed by Roger Spottiswoode and Lekha Singh and produced by Lekha Singh and Rebecca Chaiklin. The film depicts victims and perpetrators of the Rwandan Genocide, the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, and The Troubles in Northern Ireland.
Marie's Story (2014)
Marie’s Story (French: Marie Heurtin) is a 2014 French biographical film directed by Jean-Pierre Améris and written by Améris and Philippe Blasband. It is based on the true story of Marie Heurtin (1885-1921)—a girl who was born deaf and blind in late 19th century France. The film won the Variety Piazza Grande Award at the 67th Locarno International Film Festival.
Tight Shoes (1941)
Tight Shoes is a 1941 American comedy based on the Damon Runyon story.
Black Tide (1958)
Stormy Crossing is a 1958 British mystery film starring John Ireland, Derek Bond, Leslie Dwyer, John Schlesinger and Arthur Lowe. Two swimmers are attempting to cross the English Channel, when one of them drowns. The other convinced that it was not an accident, investigates. It was made at Southall Studios in West London.
High is a film released in 1967, directed by Larry Kent and starring Lanny Beckman, Astri Thorvik, Peter Mathews, Joyce Cay, and Denis Payne. Filmed in Montreal, it is likely most-remembered for being banned by the censors of Quebec (immediately before its premiere at the Montreal Film Festival) for its use of drugs, nudity, and explicit sex scenes.
In defense, celebrities such as Jean Renoir, Fritz Lang, and even Warren Beatty came to High 's defense as a film of art, rather than gratuity. Alan King and Jean-Pierre Lefebvre, the winners of the 1967 Montreal Film Festival, went so far as to share with Larry Kent the prize money they had won.
D Tour: A Tenacious Documentary (2008)
D Tour: A Tenacious Documentary takes you behind the scenes with Jack Black and Kyle Gass during the making of their feature film, Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny! Features more than an hour of on-set footage and jokes.
The Lifeforce Experiment (1994)
A scientist (Donald Sutherland) in Canada tries to capture human energy at the moment a young man (Corin Nemec) dies.
Very Happy Alexander (1968)
Very Happy Alexander (French: Alexandre le bienheureux, "Blissful Alexander") is a 1968 French comedy film, directed by Yves Robert, starring Philippe Noiret, Marlène Jobert and Françoise Brion. This was comic actor Pierre Richard's second appearance on film, playing a secondary role toward the end of the plot.
The film has been released on DVD on 4 May 2004.
When the ominous paintings of an obsessed artist begin to manifest themselves in the physical realm, the increasing realism of the bizarre manifestations find the artist and his girlfriend transported to a terrifying South American castle.
Bolshoi Babylon (2015)
Bolshoi Babylon is a 2015 British documentary film directed by Nick Read. It is about the history of Russia's Bolshoi Theatre, including Pavel Dmitrichenko's 2013 acid attack on Sergei Filin. It premiered on 14 September at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Steel Wreath (1971)
Mongo's Back in Town is a 1971 crime television film, directed by Marvin J. Chomsky, with Telly Savalas, Joe Don Baker and Martin Sheen. It was released in some regions under the title Steel Wreath.
Break a Leg (2005)
After losing countless movie roles to more bankable film stars, struggling actor Max Matteo (John Cassini) decides to take matters into his own hands by literally disabling the competition. Wielding the business end of a baseball bat against his actor foes, Matteo seems well on his way to landing the role of a lifetime. But, despite finding success and a pretty girlfriend (Molly Parker), Matteo learns that he must pay the price for his unrestrained ambition.
Rolling Family (2004)
Familia rodante is a 2004 comedy drama film, written and directed by Pablo Trapero, and produced by various countries, including Argentina. The film's executive producers were Hugo Castro Fau and Martina Gusman, and it was produced by Pablo Trapero, Robert Bevan, and Donald Ranvaud.
Welcome Aboard Toxic Airlines (2007)
Welcome Aboard Toxic Airlines is a 2007 British documentary film directed and produced by former airline captain Tristan Loraine on aerotoxic syndrome.
I Go Pogo (1980)
Pogo Possum attempts to run for president with help from his fellow animal friends.
Dry is a 2014 Nigerian drama film directed by Stephanie Linus and starring Stephanie Okereke, Liz Benson, William McNamara, Darwin Shaw and Paul Sambo. On 20 July 2013, a teaser trailer for the film was released, in response to the Child marriage controversy ongoing in Nigeria at the time.
The film's theme focuses on Vesicovaginal fistula condition and underaged marriage among young women, narrating the story of a thirteen-year-old girl, Halima (Zubaida Ibrahim Fagge), whose poor uneducated parents marry her off to Sani (Tijjani Faraga), a 60-year-old man, who constantly rapes her. Halima gets pregnant and suffers Vesicovaginal Fistula (VVF) after child delivery; she's consequently abandoned by her husband and discriminated against in the society. Zara (Stephanie Okereke), a medical doctor who also suffered a horrific childhood meets Halima; she tries to help her get through her situation and also save other young women under such circumstance.
Things I Never Told You (1996)
Things I never told you is a 1996 Spanish/American romantic comedy-drama film directed by Isabel Coixet and starring Lili Taylor and Andrew McCarthy.
The Legend of Hillbilly John (1974)
A wandering ballad singer in the Appalachian Mountains is transported back in time by an ugly creature.
I Send You This Place (2012)
Iceland's physical grandeur sparks a spiritual transformation in filmmaker Andrea Sisson and offers her insight into her brother's mental illness.
The Island Monster (1954)
The Island Monster (Italian: Il mostro dell'isola, also known as Island Monster and The Monster of the Island) is a 1954 Italian thriller film directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero.
Land Of Confusion (2008)
A National Guard Unit from Pennsylvania transitions from citizens to soldiers when they are sent to Iraq to search for weapons of mass destruction.
Beyond the Call of Duty (1992)
A special operations recon squad fights to survive against a horde of undead experiments.
That Mothers Might Live (1938)
That Mothers Might Live is a 1938 American short drama film directed by Fred Zinnemann. In 1939, at the 11th Academy Awards, it won an Oscar for Best Short Subject (One-Reel). The short is a brief account of Hungarian physician Ignaz Semmelweis and his discovery of the need for cleanliness in 19th century maternity wards, thereby significantly decreasing maternal mortality, and of his struggle to gain acceptance of his idea.
Steve Chong Finds Out That Suicide Is a Bad Idea (2014)
A suicidal man (Stanley Wong) gathers his unsuspecting buddies together for a final weekend party.
The Barker (1928)
The Barker is a 1928 part-talkie pre-Code romantic drama film produced and released by First National Pictures, a subsidiary of Warner Bros., acquired in September 1928. The film was directed by George Fitzmaurice and stars Milton Sills, Dorothy Mackaill, Betty Compson, and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr..
The film is based on the Broadway play of the same name which opened at the Biltmore Theatre January 18, 1927 and ran until July 1927 for 221 performances. In the stage production Walter Huston was "Nifty" and a still relatively unknown Claudette Colbert was "Lou", played in the film by Dorothy Mackaill.
The film was adapted by Benjamin Glazer, Joseph Jackson and Herman J. Mankiewicz from the play by Kenyon Nicholson. The Barker is a part-talkie with talking sequences and sequences with synchronized musical scoring and sound effects.