Lekcja martwego jezyka (1979)

A young lieutenant who has advanced stage tuberculosis begins to collect art as a way of giving meaning to his life.

40 Years In The Making: The Magic Music Movie (2017)

Director Lee Aronsohn tracks down the scattered members of Boulder’s most influential and elusive jam band, "Magic Music," in the hopes of getting them to play one last show.

In the Land of the Owl Turds (1987)

An eccentric man with an ugly car searches for true love.

Hjem: Living at the End of the World (2013)

In Hammerfest, the northernmost city in the world, people are confronted daily with the simultaneous harshness and beauty of life in the Arctic Circle.

Red River Moon (2013)

Two sisters become lost in the Appalachian wilderness.

Japanese Connection (1973)

A kung fu prodigy battles the triads after he mistakenly robs their boss.

Shultes (2008)

A once-promising athlete whose career was cut short due to a tragic injury turns to a life of crime.

God's Offices (2008)

Women visit a family planning center for help making informed decisions about their futures.

Jerusalén (2013)

Tempted by the promise of heroism, James Jenkins volunteers to fight for Britain in the trenches of World War I, prompting his older brother William to do the same in the hope of keeping James safe.

Schoolgirl Apocalypse (2011)

Schoolgirl Apocalypse is a 2011 Japanese zombie film written and directed by John Cairns, as his first feature film. The film screened at Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival and the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan in 2011 and the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal in 2012.

SS Experiment Love Camp (1976)

An experimental camp in Nazi Germany, led by a sexually-dysfunctional colonel, commits cruel war acts by forcing the women to perform tests of a sexual nature. The colonel then falls in love with one of his test subjects, who turns out to be an American spy.

Testament (2004)

Ten'ja is a 2004 Arabic-language French-Moroccan film directed by Hassan Legzouli, written by the director and Emmanuelle Sardou. The film stars Roschdy Zem, Aure Atika, and Abdou El Mesnaoui.

Les quarantièmes rugissants (1982)

The Roaring Forties (French: Les quarantièmes rugissants) is a 1982 French drama film directed by Christian de Chalonge and starring Jacques Perrin, Julie Christie and Michel Serrault. The film was loosely based on the book The Strange Last Voyage of Donald Crowhurst by Nicholas Tomalin about the death of the British round the world yachtsman Donald Crowhurst in 1968.

Rouge midi (1985)

A woman flees Calabre to make a new life.

Manigances: Notice Rouge (2013)

Jonathan has to face his demons and find the person responsible for the death of his friend.

Johan (1976)

A director re-creates moments from his past while he waits for his lover to be released from jail.

Ne le criez pas sur les toits (1943)

A scientists discovers a revolutionary new fuel but dies before he can reveal the formula.

Consent: The Louise Nicholas Story (2014)

Louise Nicholas claims to have been raped by policemen.

Sembunyi: Amukan Azazil (2013)

Sembunyi: Amukan Azazil is a 2013 Malaysian horror film directed by Kabir Bhatia.

The Horror of The Dolls (2010)

A killer stalks the apartments of a London tower block.

The Enemy (1965)

Romeo and Juliet survive and live in hiding until their families find out about them.

Siddhant (2014)

A renowned mathematics teacher learns that his grandson has achieved his good grades by cheating.

Heaven's Gate: The Untold Story (1999)

Filmmaker Sergio Myers is granted access to the archives of the UFO cult Heaven's Gate by the survivors of the cult after a mass suicide took 39 members on March 26, 1997.

Snobs! (1962)

When the president of a company dies, the four vice presidents (and their wives) take part in a smear campaign against the others to replace him.

Lucha: Playing the Impossible (2016)

A woman becomes a field hockey legend.

Son of the Northeast (1982)

Son of the Northeast is a 1982 historical drama film set in 1930s Isan, or northeastern Thailand. The film is directed by Vichit Kounavudhi and is based on a S.E.A. Write Award-winning book by Kampoon Boonthavee. Filmed in a documentary style, the story follows a tight-knit group of Isan subsistence farmers as they struggle against drought and other depredations.

Happiness Is in the Field (1995)

Happiness Is in the Field (French: Le bonheur est dans le pré) is a French comedy directed by Étienne Chatiliez in 1995.

Blind Loves (2008)

Blind Loves (Slovak: Slepe lásky) is a 2008 Slovak film directed by Juraj Lehotský. It was Slovakia's official submission for the 2009 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Small Cuts (2003)

A journalist for a communist newspaper, suffering through a midlife crisis, sets out to help his uncle but gets lost in a forest and meets a woman.

War of the Buttons (1962)

La Guerre des boutons or War of the Buttons is a 1962 French film directed by Yves Robert. War of the Buttons is about two rival kid gangs whose playful combats escalate into violence. The title derives from the buttons that are cut off from the rival team's clothes as combat trophies. The film is based on La Guerre des boutons, a novel by Louis Pergaud (1882–1915), who was killed in action in World War I and whose works portray a fervent anti-militarism. The young and largely untrained actors included André Treton ("Lebrac"), Michel Isella ("l'Aztec") and Martin Lartigue ("Petit Gibus"). The character Petit Gibus's line of dialogue - uttered in frustration - "si j'aurais su, j'aurais pas v'nu" ("if I woulda known, I wouldn'ta come"), with its incorrect grammar (the correct form should be: "si j'avais su, je ne serais pas venu") has become a familiar tagline in France (the line was not in the original novel). The film won France's Prix Jean Vigo. The film was remade in Ireland in 1994 as War of the Buttons, in an Irish setting, and again in France in 2011, with the original title.

Hardi Pardaillan! (1964)

Hardi Pardaillan! is a 1964 French-Italian adventure film directed by Bernard Borderie and starring Gérard Barray, Valérie Lagrange, Philippe Lemaire, Sophie Hardy, and Guy Delorme. It was also known as The Gallant Musketeer.

The Counsel (2010)

A promising young lawyer wins a case that threatens the rest of his career.

Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle (2018)

Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle is a 2018 Japanese computer-animated science fiction kaiju film featuring Godzilla, produced by Toho Animation and animated by Polygon Pictures, in association with Netflix. It is the 33rd film in the Godzilla franchise, the 31st Godzilla film produced by Toho, and the second entry in the anime trilogy. It is a sequel to Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters and is co-directed by Kōbun Shizuno and Hiroyuki Seshita. The film was released theatrically in Japan on May 18, 2018, and released worldwide on Netflix on July 18, 2018. A sequel, Godzilla: The Planet Eater, was released in Japan on November 9, 2018.

Dark Shade Creek (2012)

A murderous logger attacks college kids.

Consignment (2013)

A lonely woman finds an ominous box in a consignment shop.

One Mother's Family (1939)

A mother hen and her brood encounter obstacles while out for a walk.

Mai 68, la belle ouvrage (1969)

Filmmaker Jean-Luc Magneron documents tumultuous events in France in May of 1968.

From Hong Kong with Love (1975)

Bons Baisers de Hong Kong (also known as From Hong Kong with Love) is a 1975 French film directed by Yvan Chiffre. It is a parody of James Bond movies featuring Les Charlots with scenes shot in Hong Kong. Mickey Rooney featured in the film as well as Bernard Lee and Lois Maxwell, stars of the James Bond films who appeared as M and Miss Moneypenny, respectively. It was filmed at the Shaw Brothers studios in Hong Kong.

Short and Sweet (1976)

Basillia, in the company of her two octogenarian sisters, decides to personally take revenge when local gangsters murder several members of her family.

I... For Icarus (1979)

I as in Icarus (French: I... comme Icare) is a 1979 French thriller film directed by Henri Verneuil.

Rene the Cane (1977)

Rene the Cane (French: René la Canne, Italian: Tre simpatiche carogne) is a 1977 French-Italian crime film directed by Francis Girod and starring Sylvia Kristel and Gérard Depardieu. It was released in France in 1977 and recorded admissions of 534,714.

The Creed (2013)

When a young woman accidentally wins a pair of tickets to a concert that she has no interest in, she must get rid of the tickets, but it won't be an easy task.

Wildman: My Search for Sasquatch (2016)

Filmmaker and adventurer Justin Chernipeski chronicles the search for the legendary creature known as Sasquatch.

Whispers Among Wolves (2014)

Every Wednesday, an alcoholic CEO and her long-suffering personal assistant meet to conduct matters of business. But on this particular evening, secrets will be uncovered.

Any Way The Wind Blows (2003)

Any Way the Wind Blows is a 2003 film by dEUS' singer-songwriter-director Tom Barman.

Toute la beauté du monde (2006)

Following a nervous breakdown, a widow travels to Asia to rediscover her zest for life.

April Fools' Day (1954)

April Fools' Day or Poisson d'avril, is a French comedy film from 1954, directed by Gilles Grangier, written by Michel Audiard, starring Bourvil, Annie Cordy and Louis de Funès.

Baby Shark (2005)

A teenager flirts with his twin brother's girlfriend.

Edge of the Empire (2010)

A young warrior tries to stand up to a violent and oppressive empire in 12th-century Thailand.

Beyond the Border (2011)

December 1942. Two young soldiers leave their post at check-point 83 in Northern Värmland, Sweden, and make their way through the ice cold winter-night towards the border of Nazi-occupied Norway. Sweden stands on the brink of invasion and the soldiers want to see the enemy everybody's talking about. But the adventure ends in disaster and the following day Lieutenant Aron Stenström finds out that his brother Sven is one of the missing soldiers. With the odds against him, he is forced to go on a secret rescue mission behind enemy lines. Deep in the Norwegian forest Aron realizes that a completely different kind of line must be crossed if they're to come out alive.

Duyung (2008)

Duyung is a Malaysian fantasy comedy film that was released on 6 March 2008. The film is directed by A. Razak Mohaideen and produced by KRU Films in association with Grand Brilliance Sdn Bhd and Line Clear Motion Pictures. It stars Saiful Apek as a kind-hearted man who encounters a mermaid, portrayed by Maya Karin.

The Cabbage Soup (1981)

La Soupe aux Choux (translation: "Cabbage Soup") is a 1981 French film directed by Jean Girault, based on a novel by René Fallet. It was the second to last movie made by French comedian Louis de Funès.

El regreso del vampiro (2013)

A vampire wakes up in unfamiliar surroundings.

The Optimists (2013)

A volleyball team in Norway, made up of women ages 66-98, prepares for its first match after 30 years of practice.

Mad Enough to Kill (1975)

A wealthy industrialist arranges the kidnapping of his young nephew and his caretaker, a former psychiatric patient, hoping to frame the caretaker for the boy's murder.

I Know What You Did on Facebook (2010)

A woman tries to woo a man she falls in love with.

Kabayan Jadi Milyuner (2010)

KABAYAN, Becomes a Billionaire is a 2010 Indonesian movies, The film was directed by Guntur Soeharjanto, written by Cassandra Massardi, and stars Jamie Aditya, Rianti Cartwright, Didi Petet, Meriam Bellina, and Aming. This film was released on December 23, 2010. Kabayan, is the story people in West Java, Indonesia. Production by Starvision Plus.

Hantu Kapcai (2012)

A spirit returns to clear his name and save his friend.

The Legend of Buddha (2004)

The Legend of Buddha is a 2004 Indian animated film directed by Shamboo Falke, produced by Stalin Saravanan and written by Caarthick Raju and Ramesh Karthikeyan.

Patikul (2011)

A coffee grower hopes for peace in a time of war.

The Cellar (2003)

Four college students rent a remote cottage for the weekend to work on their latest projects. Their stay quickly becomes increasingly unpleasant as they start having strange visions.

Pasha (1968)

Pasha (French: Le Pacha) is a 1968 French crime film directed by Georges Lautner and starring Jean Gabin. The film is based on the novel Pouce by Jean Laborde. Filming began on 14 November 1967 and ended in December the same year. It was released on 14 March 1968.

Operation Leopard (1980)

La légion saute sur Kolwezi also known as Operation Leopard is a French war film directed by Raoul Coutard filmed in French Guiana. The script is based on the true story of the Battle of Kolwezi that happened in 1978. It was diligently described in a book of the same name by former 1 REP Captain Pierre Sergent. He published his book in 1979; the film came out in 1980. Raoul Coutard shot the film in a documentary style.

Shadow of the Guillotine (1956)

Marie Antoinette Queen of France (French: Marie-Antoinette reine de France and also known as Shadow of the Guillotine) is a French language motion picture historical drama directed by Jean Delannoy who co-wrote screenplay with Pierre Erlanger and Bernard Zimmer. The film stars Michèle Morgan and Richard Todd. It was nominated for the Golden Palm (Jean Delannoy) at the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.

The Key (1983)

The Key (Italian: La chiave) is a 1983 Italian erotic film directed by Tinto Brass. The film caused some scandal because it contains several explicit shots of nudity (defined by critics as "gynecological") and sex scenes involving the well-known actress Stefania Sandrelli. However, the film ultimately obtained a decent level of commercial success.

The Jungle (2006)

A wealthy father offers his son and a friend a bet: if the two can survive seven days and seven nights in Paris with just seven Euros in their pockets, he will pay off all of their debts.

Tikhiy Don (1957)

And Quiet Flows the Don (Russian: Тихий Дон, translit. Tikhiy Don) is a three-part epic 1958 Soviet film directed by Sergei Gerasimov based on the novel of the same title by Mikhail Sholokhov. The first two parts of the film were released in October 1957 and the final third part in 1958. In 1958 the film won Crystal Globe award at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and the Best Picture Award at the All-Union Film Festival.

Circulez y a rien à voir! (1983)

Circulez y'a rien à voir is a 1983 French comedy film directed by Patrice Leconte.

Petit Joseph (1982)

A boy's holiday with his grandparents ends when he returns home to chaos.

Nothing to Report (1973)

A French battalion fighting in the Algerian War deals with delinquency in the ranks.

The Gangs of Oss (2011)

The Gang of Oss is a 2011 Dutch crime drama period film directed by André van Duren starring Sylvia Hoeks and Matthias Schoenaerts. It tells the story of a woman involved with the criminal gangs of the town of Oss in the Netherlands in the 1930s. The film is partly based on real events that caused the fall of the government just before the start of World War II.

Gen (2006)

Gen is a 2006 Turkish horror film directed by Togan Gökbakar.

February (2003)

February (Thai: กุมภาพันธ์ or Khumphaphan) is a 2003 Thai romance-drama film, written and directed by Yuthlert Sippapak. The plot involves a young Thai woman with a terminal illness who goes to New York City to live her final months, is hit by a car and then develops amnesia, forgetting that she's in need of medical care.

Rude Boy Story (2012)

The history of French musical reggae band Dub Inc.

Ju-Rei: The Uncanny (2004)

Ju-Rei: The Uncanny is a 2004 J-Horror film directed by Kōji Shiraishi.

Bloodlust (1977)

A deaf accountant mutilates corpses in the mortuary, until a tragic event pushes him to pursue living victims.

Jomblo (2006)

Four friends help each other find love.

Without Me (2007)

A single mother hires a young woman to care for her children.

Buppah Rahtree Phase 2: Rahtree Returns (2005)

Buppah Rahtree Phase 2: Rahtree Returns is a 2005 Thai comedy-horror film written and directed by Yuthlert Sippapak. It is a sequel to the 2003 film, Buppah Rahtree.

Bruce Lee: The Man and the Legend (1973)

Bruce Lee, The Man and The Legend (Chinese: 李小龍的生與死), also known as The Legend is Born of Bruce Lee and Year of the Dragon, is a 1973 Hong Kong documentary produced by Raymond Chow, and starring Bruce Lee. A follow-up/reworking of this documentary was released in 1984 under the title Bruce Lee, The Legend.

Andalousie (1951)

A young man leaves his fiancee and moves to Mexico, where he becomes a famous matador.

Deux grandes filles dans un pyjama (1974)

A man invites two tourists to stay with him while his wife is away on vacation.

Go West Happy Cow (2010)

Mike and Kurt set out on a road trip from Wisconsin to California, hauling a horse trailer full of their Happy Cow product and sharing their love of all things Wisconsin with folks along the way.

Among the Cannibal Isles of the South Pacific (1918)

Martin E. Johnson and his wife document their travel into the native habitats of the Solomon and New Hebrides Islands in the South Pacific.

Three Day Two Night (2012)

A girl plans to break up with her boring boyfriend during a camping trip.

Fishing with Gandhi (1998)

Danno is hitching his way down the California coast, trying to forget his mum's recent marriage to his uncle. He meets Roy and Gil, who are two truck-driving brothers who are dealing with some severe issues of their own.

The Passenger (2014)

A disgraced gangster hopes to redeem himself by capturing a thief.

Bianco Apache (1987)

White Apache (Italian: Bianco Apache) is a 1987 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Bruno Mattei and Claudio Fragasso.

The Maniac Project (2010)

An evil mastermind rounds up nine notorious killers and makes them fight to the death.

Castle of the Banned Lovers (1956)

Beatrice Cenci is a 1956 French-Italian historical drama film directed by Riccardo Freda and starring Micheline Presle, Gino Cervi and Fausto Tozzi. It is also known by the alternative title of Castle of the Banned Lovers. The film's sets were designed by the art director Arrigo Equini. It is one of a number of films to portray the story of the sixteenth century Italian noblewoman Beatrice Cenci.

Une fille et des fusils (1965)

Tired of the working life, four friends decide to become criminals. They set up a "crime school" to prepare, teaching each other the skills they've learned from gangster films.

Faa sai jai cheun baan (2009)

Four friends accidentally join the Communist Party of Thailand while on vacation.

Codename: Jackal (2012)

Code Name: Jackal (Hangul: 자칼이 온다; lit. "The Jackal Is Coming" or "Here Comes the Jackal") is a 2012 South Korean action comedy film, starring Song Ji-hyo, Kim Jae-joong of JYJ, and Oh Dal-su. The film was directed by Bae Hyoung-jun, whose works included Too Beautiful to Lie and Once Upon a Time. It was produced by Nomad Films and distributed by Lotte Entertainment. It was released on 15 November 2012 and ran for 105 minutes.

Into the Cave of Wonders (2014)

Filmmakers tour an ancient Spanish cave.

Dariela los martes (2014)

Dariela los martes is a 2015 Mexican drama film directed by Mauricio T. Valle. The film starred by Paola Núñez and Mauricio T. Valle in lead roles. It premiered on December 4, 2014.

Al Dente (2007)

A hungry, little street girl discovers the magic and the dangers of an opera-singing ogre's kitchen.

Westerland (2013)

Two distinctly different men meet on the island of Sylt and decide to start a relationship.

Silk (2013)

Four electronic dance music acts, including the LA Vampires, Ital, Magic Touch, and Maria Minerva, embark on a lengthy group tour through Europe, the United Kingdom and beyond.

The Moonhunter (2001)

The Moonhunter is a 2001 Thai film directed by Bhandit Rittakol. It was Thailand's submission to the 74th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

L'enfance de l'art (1988)

L'enfance de l'art is a 1988 French drama film directed by Francis Girod. It was entered into the 1988 Cannes Film Festival.