Esti Kornél csodálatos utazása (1995)

The Wondrous Voyage of Kornel Esti is a 1995 Hungarian drama film directed by József Pacskovszky. It was entered into the 19th Moscow International Film Festival.

The Toe Tactic (2008)

Mona tries to cut herself off from everyone after her father's death, but comic extraterrestrial beings watch over her to ensure she has at least random connections with people.

Ivan the Incredible (2012)

Ivan (Thure Lindhardt) is constantly picked on by bullies until a witch mixes a magic potion that makes him the best at everything for one day.

Dognapped (2014)

Eight kids train their talents to superhero levels to stop a villain from stealing dogs.

America's Diplomats (2016)

Narrated by Kathleen Turner, America’s Diplomats goes inside the Foreign Service and behind the scenes of American foreign policy, featuring John Kerry, James Baker, Samantha Power and some of the world’s most renowned diplomats.

The Last Crooked Mile (1946)

The Last Crooked Mile is a 1946 American crime film directed by Philip Ford and written by Jerry Sackheim and Jerome Gruskin. The film stars Don "Red" Barry, Ann Savage, Adele Mara, Tom Powers, Sheldon Leonard and Nestor Paiva. The film was released on August 9, 1946, by Republic Pictures.

The Tall Texan (1953)

The Tall Texan is a 1953 American western film directed by Elmo Williams and starring Lloyd Bridges, Lee J. Cobb and Marie Windsor.

Code Black (2014)

The inspiration for CBS Television’s Code Black, the riveting hospital drama starring Oscar winner Marcia Gay Harden, this gripping debut documentary from physician Ryan McGarry gives unprecedented access into C-Booth, the Los Angeles County Hospital trauma bay known as the birthplace of emergency medicine. McGarry follows a team of charismatic young doctors-in-training as they balance the ideals that led them to a career in medicine and the realities of saving lives in a complex, overburdened healthcare system. This timely, compelling film brings audiences face to face with the emergency room where “more people have died and more people have been saved than in any other square footage in the United States.”

No More Games (2012)

A womanizing photographer with a terrible reputation among females falls in love with a super-sophisticated woman, but must work hard to make up for his past behavior.

A Cigarette and a Glass (1955)

A Glass and a Cigarette is a 1955 Egyptian melodrama directed by Niazi Mostafa. It stars Samia Gamal and it is also the first film to feature Dalida in a supporting role.

Vote for Me (2003)

Elderly Leo Rodriguez (Ricardo Barber), a proudly Puerto Rican building superintendent, enters politics with homemade signs and a vow to drive out drug dealers. He soon becomes a real contender when he picks up a guitar and sings and dances his way into voters' hearts.

Freaks In Love (2011)

The underground rock scene of the '80s as experienced by the psychedelic-punk band Alice Donut.

Pecado Fatal (2013)

A young man and woman fall in love on the night they meet, but he takes advantage of her when she gets drunk. Although she doesn't remember anything from that night, something nags at the back of her mind.

Beyond the Mountains (1967)

Two Polish brothers (Maximilian Schell, Raf Vallone) escape from Siberia and head for Afghanistan, wooing two women on the way.

A Film About Kids and Music. Sant Andreu Jazz Band (2013)

Children and youths between the ages of 6 and 18 are taught music in a unique way.

The Gospel of the Flesh (2013)

The Gospel of the Flesh (Spanish: El evangelio de la carne) is a 2013 Peruvian drama film directed by Eduardo Mendoza de Echave. It was selected as the Peruvian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards, but was not nominated.

Mr. Pig (2016)

Mr. Pig is a 2016 Mexican drama film directed by Diego Luna and written by Diego Luna and Augusto Mendoza. The film stars Danny Glover, Maya Rudolph, José María Yazpik and Joel Murray.

Topaze (1933)

Topaze is a 1933 American Pre-Code film based on the French play of the same name by Marcel Pagnol. Another film version of Topaze, this one made in the original French, and directed by Pagnol himself, was also made that year, starring Louis Jouvet in the title role.

Ever Been to the Moon? (2015)

Ever Been to the Moon? (Italian: Sei mai stata sulla Luna?) is a 2015 Italian romantic comedy film written and directed by Paolo Genovese and starring Raoul Bova and Liz Solari. The theme song "Sei mai stata sulla Luna?" by Francesco De Gregori won the Nastro d'Argento for Best Song.

Krishna Cottage (2004)

Krishna Cottage is a 2004 Indian Hindi horror film directed by Santram Varma. It was produced by the mother-daughter team of Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor, better known for producing Indian television soap operas. It starred Sohail Khan, Isha Koppikar and Anita Hassanandani in the leading roles. The film did average business at the Indian box office.

The Mother (2013)

A murdered boar hunter engages in a melancholy conversation with Hermes about fragility, resistance and love.

City Beneath the Sea (1953)

City Beneath the Sea is a 1953 adventure film directed by Budd Boetticher and starring Robert Ryan and Anthony Quinn. The film is based on the book Port Royal: The Ghost City Beneath the Sea by Harry E. Rieseberg.

Saving Star Wars (2004)

Saving Star Wars is a 2004 independent film by Woodworks Films that was written and produced by Gary Wood. The title is a play on the titles of the World War II movie Saving Private Ryan and Star Wars. The first preview of the film was at a film festival called Reel Competition, where it was rated highly by the film-goers. It features David Prowse, the actor who played Darth Vader in the Star Wars trilogy. In addition, one of the principal actors, Jim Peterson, now teaches film, theatre, and alchemy at Carmel High School (Carmel, Indiana). The film was shot in central Indiana, and shown at the Star Wars Celebration III convention in 2005 in a nearby IMAX theater. The original concept poster was designed by Associate Producer Josh Shanks and Travis Bow.

Mindscape (1976)

The relationship between painted art and the work it represents.

My Straight Son (2012)

Blue and Not So Pink (Spanish: Azul y no tan rosa, released in the U.S. as My Straight Son) is a Venezuelan drama film written and directed by Miguel Ferrari and released in November 2012. The film won the Goya Award for Best Spanish Language Foreign Film at the 28th Goya Awards in 2014, the first Venezuelan film to do so. The film deals with controversial issues in Venezuelan society: homophobic violence, homosexuality, transsexualism and domestic violence. The film had its U.S. premiere on 25 June 2014 at the Frameline Film Festival.

Honeyboy (1982)

A barrio boxer (Erik Estrada) woos his press agent (Morgan Fairchild) and wins a fixed fight on his way to the middleweight championship.

The Outsider (1961)

The Outsider is a 1961 biopic film about Ira Hayes, a Native American who fought in World War II in the United States Marine Corps and was one of the Marines who raised the flag on Iwo Jima. The film stars Tony Curtis as Hayes. It was directed by Delbert Mann. Sorenson, another marine depicted, is a fictional composite of others who raised the flag.

Brushfire (1962)

Brushfire! is a 1962 low budget black-and-white jungle warfare adventure exploitation film produced, directed and co-written by Jack Warner, Jr the only son of Jack L. Warner of Warner Bros.. Warner planned on making two more films under his Obelisk Productions company but they were never produced. It was filmed at the time of the beginning of American involvement in Viet Nam and Laos brushfire conflicts.

Iron Maiden And The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal (2008)

An in-depth retrospective look at the subculture of New Wave British Metal and Iron Maiden.

Aftermass: Bicycling in a Post-Critical Mass Portland (2013)

Events, people, politics and social changes lead Portland, Ore., to become the first major bicycle city in the United States.

Slam Dance (1987)

Slam Dance is a 1987 thriller directed by Wayne Wang and starring Tom Hulce, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Virginia Madsen and Harry Dean Stanton. It was screened out of competition at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival.

Mind Over Murder (1979)

A psychic model (Deborah Raffin) is stalked by a mass murderer she foresees and identifies to the police.

Toilet Stories (2015)

The darkest corners of German society seen from five toilets.

The Day of the Beast (1995)

The Day of the Beast (Spanish: El día de la Bestia) is a 1995 Spanish black comedy horror action film co-written and directed by Álex de la Iglesia and starring Álex Angulo, Armando De Razza and Santiago Segura. Both Maria Grazia Cucinotta and El Gran Wyoming have small roles in the film as well.

Son of Cain (2013)

Son of Cain is a 2013 Spanish psychological thriller film directed by Jesús Monllaó and starring José Coronado and David Solans. It is based on the novel Dear Cain by Ignacio Garcia-Valino. It is also Monllaó's directorial debut.

Zulo (2006)

Two mysterious, hooded kidnappers (Isak Frriz, Enric Lpez) keep a man (Jaume Garca Arija) in a hole.

The Fold (2014)

An Anglican priest, struggling with grief over the death of her daughter, moves to Cornwall and forms a volatile, dangerous relationship with a young migrant girl.

Shy People (1987)

Writer Jill Clayburgh wants to remove her coke-addicted daughter Martha Plimpton from the corruptive environs of Manhattan. When assigned to write an article about family trees, Clayburgh, with daughter in tow, heads to the bayous of Louisiana, there to seek out an elusive great-uncle--and, it is hoped, to give Plimpton a new start in life. Upon their arrival in the deep south, Clayburgh and Plimpton are confronted with the uncle's rugged, iron-willed wife Barbara Hershey and her four grown sons. The anticipated culture clash results in tragedy for all concerned. Wavering between the plausible and the outrageous, Shy People makes for fascinating, almost mesmerizing viewing. Released late in 1987 to qualify for the Academy Awards, the film was given a general release in mid-1988.

All American High Revisited (2014)

The original subjects of "All American High" return to look back at the chapter of their lives made famous in 1984.

Clancy in Wall Street (1930)

Clancy in Wall Street is a 1930 American Pre-Code comedy film. it stars Charles Murray, who had made a number of films for Edward Small. It was also known as Clancy Caught Short and was described as the first comedy about the stock market crash.

The Winning of Barbara Worth (1926)

Gary Cooper gives an “outstanding performance” (Variety) in his first credited feature-film role in this dazzling classic. “One of the most important late silents” (Los Angeles Times), The Winning of Barbara Worth “blends romance and drama most effectively" (Los Angeles Times) into a touching, exciting Western epic. Gorgeous young Barbara Worth (Vilma Banky) wants one thing—to help her adoptive father turn their dusty desert town into farmland. But when a wealthy land developer is hired to build a dam and tap the Colorado River, Barbara finds herself the object of a rivalry between her close friend (Cooper) and the developer's son. As the rivalry builds, the trio discovers that the town has been swindled and the new dam isn’t reinforced, forcing the warring suitors to settle their differences in order to rescue the townspeople from a coming deluge.

Natal da Portela (1988)

A Brazilian banker (Milton Gonalves) offers financial support to a school that teaches the samba.

Home Made Home (1951)

Goofy runs into trouble when he tries to build his own house.

The Foreign Eye (2006)

Interviews point out the fantasies and cliches of Brazilians in film.

Henry & Verlin (1994)

Henry & Verlin is a 1994 Canadian film directed by Gary Ledbetter and starring Gary Farmer, Keegan MacIntosh, and Margot Kidder.

The Return to Homs (2013)

The Return to Homs is a 2013 Syrian-German documentary film written and directed by Talal Derki. It is produced by Orwa Nyrabia and Hans Robert Eisenhauer while Diana El Jeiroudi served as the associate producer. The film premiered in-competition at the 2013 International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam on November 20, 2013, as the opening film of the festival.

Frozen Impact (2003)

While his son waits for a liver transplant, a man (Ted McGinley) races against time to retrieve the organ from a plane crash.

Fish & Cat (2013)

Fish & Cat is a 2013 mystery drama slasher Iranian film directed by Shahram Mokri. The film tells the story of a group of university students camping at a lakeside for Kite-running competitions, all through a without-a-cut single shot. The film was first premiered in the Venice Film Festival on 6 September 2013. The film won the Special Award in 2013 Venice Film Festival and the FIPRESCI award in 2014 Fribourg International Film Festival. In September 2015, Fish & Cat became one of ten shortlisted Iranian films for Iran's submission for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards

The Premonition (1976)

The Premonition is a 1976 American psychological thriller feature film, produced and directed by Robert Allen Schnitzer. The lead actors in the film were Richard Lynch, Sharon Farrell, Danielle Brisebois and Jeff Corey. Based on a screenplay by Anthony Mahon and Robert Allen Schnitzer with additional dialogue by Louis Pastore, it tells the story of a young girl whose foster mother has a premonition that her unstable biological mother is coming to claim her and take her away. The premonition comes true and thus the film unfolds. The girl is played by Danielle Brisebois who was at the time aged 7 years old.

All American Zombie Drugs (2010)

Drug dealers (Beau Nelson, Wolfgang Weber) learn that their homemade concoction turns users into zombies.

Hunted (2015)

Violent missionaries pursue a war photographer (Zoë Bell) in the jungles of Colombia after she takes a picture of an atrocity.

Piercing Brightness (2013)

A Chinese boy and girl retrieve agents sent to Earth to study and observe a millennia earlier.

Doglegs (2015)

In an underground scene, the disabled battle the able-bodied to destroy stereotypes.

There's Gonna Be a God Damn Riot in Here (2008)

There's Gonna Be a God Damn Riot in Here is a film documenting the last live poetry reading given outside the US by Charles Bukowski, even though he lived and wrote for another 14 years. The reading was given at the Viking Inn, a small concert hall in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on October 12, 1979. It is produced by Dennis Del Torre and directed by Jon Monday for mondayMEDIA distribution.

Schneider Vs. Bax (2015)

From Dutch director Alex van Wermerdam (BORGMAN) comes this dark and absurd comedy of errors. Schneider, a hitman, gets a call from Mertens on the morning of his birthday. He has a last-minute assignment for Schneider who refuses the request because it is his birthday. When they meet in Mertens' office, Schneider is told that the target is Ramon Bax, a writer. He lives alone in a secluded place. "It's an easy job. With a little luck you're back home before noon." Schneider accepts the assignment. What was promised to be a simple hit, however, turns out to be much more than expected in this Official Selection from Toronto and Locarno.

Scared to Death (1947)

Scared to Death (1947) is a thriller film directed by Christy Cabanne and starring Bela Lugosi. The picture was filmed in Cinecolor. This movie is historically important as the only color film in which Bela Lugosi has a starring role

Riverworld (2003)

Riverworld is a sci-fi/fantasy feature-length pilot episode for a series that was never produced. It aired on the Sci-Fi Channel in 2003. It was loosely based on the Hugo Award-winning "Riverworld" saga by Philip José Farmer. Production began in 2001. It was rebooted in 2010, under the same title.

Desert Wind (2005)

Thirteen men from different backgrounds and ages explore their masculine identity during a two-week trek through the Tunisian desert. The men discuss their relationships with women, their roles as fathers, and their views on power, aggression, sexuality and competitive behavior.

Desire (2002)

A French butler (Jean-Paul Belmondo) and his boss (Fanny Ardant), a politician's mistress, have erotic dreams about each other, then wonder what to do about it.

The Mother of the Ranch (1911)

A ranch hand becomes a cattle thief, while his mother makes plans to join him out West.

Déjà Vu (2013)

Def: noun. deja vu - “The experience of thinking that a new situation had occurred before.” This is how it feels to us, like it was meant to happen to the point it already has.

Mask of the Avenger (1951)

Mask of the Avenger is a 1951 adventure film starring John Derek, Anthony Quinn and Jody Lawrance. Derek portrays Renatu Dimorna, the son of an Italian aristocrat, who vows revenge after his father is murdered during the European political upheaval of 1848.

Rogue of the Range (1936)

Rogue of the Range is a 1936 American western film directed by S. Roy Luby and starring Johnny Mack Brown and Lois January. The picture is also known as Spider and the Fly in the United Kingdom.

50 Cent: Refuse 2 Die (2005)

Filmmaker Mike Corbera interviews friends and colleagues of the successful rapper.

The Mad Doctor (1940)

The Mad Doctor is a 1941 thriller film starring Basil Rathbone as a physician whose wealthy wives keep dying. Ellen Drew plays his latest bride.

Che Guevara (2005)

A young idealist and revolutionary leads a bloody socialist revolt that shocks the world.

Camp Dread (2014)

Cast members (Felissa Rose, Brian Gallagher) on a new reality-TV show soon learn that a devious filmmaker (Eric Roberts) has tricked them into a very real fight for their lives.

The Lonesome Trail (1955)

The Lonesome Trail is a 1955 American film starring Wayne Morris and John Agar. It was made for Lippert Pictures.

Open Your Eyes (2015)

An elderly couple in the mountains of Nepal, suffering from cataracts, undertake an arduous three-day journey to have their sight restored.

Apache Warrior (1957)

Apache Warrior is a 1957 American Western film directed by Elmo Williams and written by Carroll Young, Kurt Neumann and Eric Norden. The film stars Keith Larsen, Jim Davis, Rodolfo Acosta, John Miljan, Damian O'Flynn and George Keymas. The film was released on July 1, 1957, by 20th Century Fox.

City Hunter: The Motion Picture (1997)

When a mysterious soldier known only as the Professor takes his revenge on the Japanese government, havoc is wreaked throughout Tokyo, until the government pays a ransom.

Fellini: I'm a Born Liar (2002)

Fellini: I'm a Born Liar is a 2002 French documentary film written and directed by Damian Pettigrew. Based on Federico Fellini's last confessions filmed by Pettigrew in Rome in 1991 and 1992, the film eschews straightforward biography to highlight the Italian director's unorthodox working methods, conscience, and philosophy.

City of Rott (2006)

City of Rott is a 2006 animated zombie film by Frank Sudol, who performed all filmmaking duties himself. The film uses 2D limited animation in a style similar to South Park. A sequel, City of Rott 2, was released in October 2014 through

Mutilations (1987)

Professor Jim McFarland has been noticing a string of cattle mutilations that have been tormenting a small southern town. He goes with his students to investigate these bizarre happenings. What they discover is worse than any of them could of possibly imagine. Will Professor McFarland and his students attempt to escape alive when they are faced with violent invaders from another planet! Massacre Video is proud to present MUTILATIONS, one of the strangest '80s alien gore films, in its fully uncut form, sourced from the original video master.

I Know I'm Not Alone (2005)

Michael Franti's mission of peace in the Middle East.

Thirunelveli (2000)

A drama directed by Bharathi Kannan, featuring Roja.

Twilight Man (1995)

A college professor finds his existence threatened by a computer hacker tampering with his electronic records.

Running For Jim (2014)

Cross country coach Jim Tracy battles Lou Gehrig's disease, and his coaching accomplishments reach a global stage in 2010 when, during the championship race, his team captain collapses and crawls across the finish line to win the title.

House of Horrors: Gates of Hell (2012)

An ancient evil is let loose on the world once more, and it chooses New York's largest haunted house as the staging ground for a ritual to open the gates of Hell.

Coffin Full of Dollars (1971)

A Barrel Full of Dollars also known as Coffin Full of Dollars (Italian: Per una bara piena di dollari) is a 1971 Italian Western film directed by Demofilo Fidani and starring Jack Betts.

Trains of Thoughts (2012)

Filmmaker Timo Novotny compares metro systems around the world.

The Cassidy Kids (2006)

During a reunion, five friends learn shocking details about a murder mystery that they solved 25 years earlier.

They All Died Laughing (1964)

A Jolly Bad Fellow is a 1964 British film directed by Don Chaffey. It stars Leo McKern and Janet Munro.

A Weekend In The Country (1996)

Romance takes unexpected turns for guests staying at a naturalist's (Christine Lahti) California wine-country inn.

Theater in Trance (1981)

Filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder logs appearances at Cologne's "Theatres of the World" festival.

The New Public (2012)

In fall 2006, former DJ, point guard and teacher turned first-time principal, James O'Brien, opened a small public high school in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, where 1/3 of residents live below the poverty line and the graduation rate is 40%. Through the prism of one inner-city public school, we witness complexities faced by urban public schools and communities everywhere.

The Squaw Man (1918)

The Squaw Man is a 1918 American Western film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. It is a remake of DeMille's 1914 film of the same name, which is based upon a 1905 play by Edwin Milton Royle. The film was reportedly made as an experiment to prove DeMille's theory that a good film is based on a good story. It cost $40,000 to make and grossed $350,000. It would be remade again by DeMille in 1931. The 1918 The Squaw Man is a lost film with only the last reel extant.

Tread Softly Stranger (1958)

Johnny Mansell tries his luck at the track. He aims to dissuade his brother Dave from robbing his company to satisfy money problems and his enterprising girlfriend, Calico. Minor mishaps delay his return long enough for Dave and Calico to commit their crime before a strange eye-witness. Suspense mounts as the police investigation rolls into high gear with a surprise ending designed to stump the armchair sleuth

The Great Gabbo (1929)

The Great Gabbo (1929) is an American Pre-Code early sound musical drama film directed by James Cruze, based on a story ("The Rival Dummy") by Ben Hecht and starring Erich von Stroheim and Betty Compson. As originally released by Sono Art-World Wide Pictures, the film featured sequences in Multicolor. The current prints, restored by the Library of Congress and released by Kino International on DVD, now exist only in black and white. Footage from the film was used on Fractured Flickers in the segment "Hymie und Me" (Episode 14), in which the dummy is presented as a real living comedian with von Stroheim as his straight man.

Not Again! (1996)

A woman (Susie Cusack) resists her ex-boyfriend's (Bo Eason) advances at a party attended by several former lovers, but her roommate (Marissa Ribisi) does not.

Just a Little Inconvenience (1977)

Just a Little Inconvenience is a 1977 American made-for-television post-war drama film written and directed by Theodore J. Flicker and starring Lee Majors, James Stacy and Barbara Hershey.

Laura's Star (2004)

Laura's Star is a 2004 German animated feature film produced and directed by Thilo Rothkirch. It is based on the children's book Lauras Stern by Klaus Baumgart. It was released by Warner Bros. Pictures under the Warner Bros. Family Entertainment label.

Girls Town (1959)

Girls Town is a 1959 film produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, starring Mamie Van Doren, Mel Tormé and Ray Anthony; Paul Anka also appears in his first acting role. Van Doren stars as a juvenile delinquent who is sent to a girls school run by nuns, where she finds herself unable to help her sister. The film capitalizes on the 1950s rebellious teen exploitation films, with cat-fights, car races, music from Paul Anka and The Platters, and sexy outfits. The supporting cast includes the offspring of two major silent cinema stars: Charles Chaplin, Jr. and Harold Lloyd Jr. Girls Town was lampooned in September 1994 on movie-mocking television series Mystery Science Theater 3000. About 15 minutes of the actual film was cut from this version.

The Darwin Conspiracy (1999)

A geneticist (Jason Brooks) tries to rescue his brother (Robert Floyd) from government scientists experimenting with ancient DNA.

Andalucia (2008)

Yacine, a Frenchman of Algerian descent, looks for his place in 21st-century France.

The Vineyard (2014)

Rumors of a bloodsucking monster swirl around the mysterious deaths of French villagers.

The Perfect Wave (2014)

The Perfect Wave is a 2014 South African-New Zealand-Indonesian biographical drama film about the life of Ian McCormack, a surfer who became a minister after his near death experience. The film stars Scott Eastwood as McCormack. It is the directorial debut of Bruce Macdonald.

Jimmy Dore: Sentenced To Live (2015)

Comedian and author, Jimmy Dore has been Sentenced To Live. His outrageous political humor promises to make you think, while you laugh. From the President, to the media, to his dog - he covers it all. Filmed live in Los Angeles, CA.

The Four of the Apocalypse... (1975)

Four of the Apocalypse (Italian: I quattro dell'apocalisse) is a 1975 Italian spaghetti western film directed by Lucio Fulci and starring Fabio Testi, Tomas Milian and Michael J. Pollard.

The Youth (2014)

Four different portraits of young people in Korea.