Fake Orgasm (2010)

An investigation of people who feign sexual pleasure.

Tora-san's Grand Scheme (1970)

Tora-san's Grand Scheme is a 1970 Japanese comedy film directed by Shun'ichi Kobayashi. It stars Kiyoshi Atsumi as Kuruma Torajirō (Tora-san), and Komaki Kurihara as his love interest or "Madonna". Tora-san's Grand Scheme is the fourth entry in the popular, long-running Otoko wa Tsurai yo series.

Tortillas Again? (2006)

For ten years, Alejandro has been playing the lottery religiously, playing the same numbers twice a week. Today, after buying the ticket, he stuffs it in his shirt pocket on his way home. Forgetting about the ticket, he throws the shirt in the washer. A comedy of errors follows as Alejandro finds out that his lottery ticket has the winning numbers, and he desperately searches for it to no avail. In the end, Alejandro realizes that he already had won the most important prize of all: his loving family.

Ori (2011)

A young Georgian woman tries to push her life forward.

Kick Off (2009)

Eight homeless people in Austria compete in a soccer game.

The Great Hotel Murder (1935)

The Great Hotel Murder was a 1935 20th Century Fox film directed by Eugene Forde, based on Recipe for Murder a 1934 story by Vincent Starrett. The film starred Edmund Lowe and Victor McLaglen as rival sleuths, with supporting roles for Lynn Bari, Ernest Palmer (actor) and Madge Bellamy.

Remember Pearl Harbor (1942)

Remember Pearl Harbor is a 1942 American drama film directed by Joseph Santley and written by Malcolm Stuart Boylan and Isabel Dawn. The film stars Don "Red" Barry, Alan Curtis, Fay McKenzie, Sig Ruman, Ian Keith and Rhys Williams. The film was released on May 18, 1942, by Republic Pictures.

Gamera vs. Viras (1968)

Gamera vs. Viras (ガメラ対宇宙怪獣バイラス, Gamera tai uchū kaijū Bairasu, Gamera Vs. Space Monster Viras, released in the U.S. as Destroy All Planets) is the fourth entry in the Gamera film series.

Six O'Clock in the Evening After the War (1944)

Six P.M. is the 1946 American release title of the 1944 Soviet film At 6 P.M. After the War by Ivan Pyryev.

The Demon Lover (1977)

The leader (Christmas Robbins) of a cult tries to get some respect with an ugly bull-horned demon.

Dandy Dust (1998)

A cyborg has flashbacks of a childhood full of abuse.

The Love Test (1935)

The Love Test is a 1935 British romantic comedy film directed by Michael Powell and starring Judy Gunn, Louis Hayward, David Hutcheson, Googie Withers and Thorley Walters. It was made as a Quota quickie.

Sidney Shorr: A Girl's Best Friend (1981)

The effete and affluent Sidney Shorr (Tony Randall) is practically living in seclusion when an unapologetically chipper young actress named Laurie Morgan (Lorna Patterson) charms her way into his life. Much to Sydney's surprise, he and Laurie become fast friends. When Laurie confesses she's pregnant, the once willfully isolated man happily offers her and her yet-to-be-born daughter a permanent place in his posh home. In return, Laurie helps Sydney become less introverted.

Agente XU 777 (1963)

Immediate Delivery (Spanish: Entrega inmediata), originally known as Agente XU 777 (English: Agent XU 777) is a 1963 Mexican comedy film directed by Miguel M. Delgado and starring Cantinflas, Gina Romand, Claudio Brook and Fanny Cano. In the film, Cantinflas plays a simple mailman forced to become an international spy. It was the last black and white film made by Cantinflas, although he had already made six color films at the time.

St. Roz (2010)

A lit candle in a church magically allows women to lose weight.

A Matter of Justice (2008)

A man's daughter goes missing after a paroled child-killer moves back to the community.

Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny (1972)

Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny is a 1972 American musical fantasy film written, composed, shot, edited, and directed by R. Winer to frame Barry Mahon's Childhood Productions films for a Christmas release. The threadbare plot concerns Santa Claus's attempts to free his sleigh from the sands of a Florida beach, assisted by local children. Different prints of the film feature one of two films-within-the-film (that takes up a majority of the film itself). They are Barry Mahon's previously filmed 1970 adaptations of Hans Christian Andersen's Thumbelina or Benjamin Tabart's Jack and the Beanstalk. Poor acting and production values have garnered Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny a cult following.

Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? (1971)

An ex-music hall singer becomes a recluse since the death of her only daughter. She keeps the child's room exactly the same as when the girl was alive, rocking and singing to the cradle that holds the child's mummified remains...When she throws an annual Yuletide party for children from the local orphanage, she kidnaps one of the little girls who reminds her of her daughter. The little girl's brother comes to the rescue. But when the woman tries to keep him as well, it's a fight to the finish...Auntie Roo's finish!

Into the Wind (2010)

Into the Wind is a documentary directed by Steven Hatton. The documentary features the contributions of RAF Bomber Command aircrew from the Second World War. The film features veterans from across the Commonwealth including veterans from Australia, Canada, Guyana, New Zealand, Poland, Trinidad and United Kingdom. The film focuses on the personal experiences of veterans.

The Thin Match Man (2009)

Simone (Marco Leonzi) experiences the most-unforgettable summer of his life when a beautiful girl named Lorenza (Greta Castagna) arrives.

The Serpent of Death (1990)

An archaeologist (Jeff Fahey) and an innocent beauty (Camilla More) race villains to the treasures of Alexander the Great.

Ultimate Christian Wrestling (2013)

Filmmakers Tara Autovino and Jae-Ho Chang follow three wrestlers from the Bible Belt.

A Family Upside Down (1978)

A Family Upside Down is a 1978 American made-for-television drama film starring Helen Hayes, Fred Astaire, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Pat Crowley and Patty Duke. Directed by David Lowell Rich from a teleplay written by Gerald Di Pego, it was originally broadcast on April 9, 1978 on NBC.

The Red and the Blue (2012)

The Red and the Blue (Italian: Il rosso e il blu) is a 2012 Italian drama film written and directed by Giuseppe Piccioni. For his performance Roberto Herlitzka was nominated for David di Donatello for best actor. The film also received two nominations at Nastri d'Argento Awards, for best screenplay and for best production.

Under Capricorn (1949)

Under Capricorn is a 1949 British historical thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock about a couple in Australia who started out as lady and stable boy in Ireland, and who are now bound together by a horrible secret. The film was based on the novel Under Capricorn (1937) by Helen Simpson, with a screenplay by James Bridie. It was adapted to the screen by Hume Cronyn. This was Hitchcock's second film in Technicolor, and like the preceding color film Rope (1948), it also featured 10-minute takes. The film is set in colonial Sydney, New South Wales, Australia during the early 19th century. Under Capricorn is one of several Hitchcock films that are not typical thrillers; instead it is a mystery involving a love triangle. Hitchcock considered it to be one of his worst films and a disaster. Although the film is not exactly a murder mystery, it does feature a previous killing, a "wrong man" scenario, a sinister housekeeper, class conflict, and very high levels of emotional tension, both on the surface and underneath. The title "Under Capricorn" references the Tropic of Capricorn, which bisects Australia. Capricornus is a constellation; Capricorn is an astrological sign dominated by the goat, which is a symbol of sexual desire.

Street of Missing Men (1939)

Street of Missing Men is a 1939 American drama film directed by Sidney Salkow and written by Frank Dolan and Leonard Lee. The film stars Charles Bickford, Harry Carey, Tommy Ryan, Guinn "Big Boy" Williams, Ralph Graves and John Gallaudet. The film was released on April 25, 1939, by Republic Pictures.

Smyrna: The Destruction of a Cosmopolitan City - 1900-1922 (2012)

The history of the city of Smyrna and its eventual destruction.

The Tall Man (2011)

The Tall Man is a 2011 Australian documentary about the death of Cameron 'Mulrunji' Doomadgee in police custody on Palm Island, Queensland on 19 November 2004.

Rubber Tires (1927)

Rubber Tires – called Ten Thousand Reward in the UK – is a 1927 silent film comedy adventure directed by Alan Hale, Sr. and produced by Cecil B. DeMille through his DeMille Pictures Corporation. The film was distributed by PDC (Producers Distributing Corporation). It stars Bessie Love, May Robson, and Harrison Ford. The film survives in 16 mm format and has been released on home video.

Passkey to Danger (1946)

Passkey to Danger is a 1946 American film noir crime film directed by Lesley Selander and written by O'Leta Rhinehart and William Hagens. The film stars Kane Richmond, Stephanie Bachelor, Adele Mara, Gregory Gaye, Gerald Mohr and John Eldredge. The film was released on May 11, 1946, by Republic Pictures.

The Lion of St. Mark (1963)

Il Leone di San Marco, internationally released as The Lion of St. Mark, is a 1963 Italian adventure film co-written and directed by Luigi Capuano.

...Yahaan (2005)

Yahaan is a 2005 Indian Hindi war drama, romance film jointly produced by Sahara One Motion Pictures and Red Ice Films with Shoojit Sircar as the director in his directorial debut. The film stars Jimmy Sheirgill, Minissha Lamba and Yashpal Sharma in lead roles and had its theatrical release on 29 July 2005. Yahaan was also screened at the 7th Ocean's Cinefan Film Festival where it was awarded with the Special Jury Prize.

Weekender (2011)

Weekender is a 2011 British drama film written by Chris Coghill, directed by Karl Golden, and starring Jack O'Connell, Henry Lloyd-Hughes, Ben Batt and Emily Barclay.

Porkchop II: Rise of the Rind (2011)

Teens are slaughtered by a deranged killer wearing a pig mask.

Bad Faith (2010)

Mona finds the victim of a serial killer, and the experience triggers something with her. As her fascination turns into an obsession, she decides to track the killer down on her own.

Karam (2005)

Karam is a 2005 Indian action thriller film directed by cinematographer Sanjay F. Gupta who made his directorial debut with this film. It stars John Abraham and Priyanka Chopra in the lead roles. Based on a true story, the film follows a traumatized hitman who decides to quit his job but is forced to return when his wife gets kidnapped by his former boss who wants him to do one last job.

Glen Or Glenda (1953)

Glen or Glenda is a 1953 drama film written, directed by, and starring Ed Wood, and featuring Bela Lugosi and Wood's then-girlfriend Dolores Fuller. The title was originally I Changed My Sex! and is often given as Glen or Glenda? but the question mark is not present in the film itself. The film is a docudrama about cross-dressing and transsexuality, and is semi-autobiographical in nature. Wood himself was a cross-dresser, and the film is a plea for tolerance. It is widely considered one of the worst films ever. However, it has become a cult film due to its low-budget production values and idiosyncratic style.

Bedfellows (2010)

Bobby goes to a gay bar and after he goes home with a handsome man he dreams about what their life would be like if they stayed together.

Mixing Karma (2009)

The cowboy father of a Seattle artist thinks the art is a joke until an Indian family shows interest. When he falls for their beautiful daughter, the two cultures clash.

They Shoot Divas, Don't They? (2002)

After a string of strange incidents, a rock star realizes her protge is a psychotic killer.

Signed: Lino Brocka (1987)

Documentary filmmaker Christian Blackwood profiles controversial Filipino director Lino Brocka, detailing his rags-to-riches rise in the mainstream film industry of the Philippines. Primarily using interviews with the effusive director himself, Blackwood allows Brocka to describe, in his own terms, the common thematic threads tying together his work, from his own homosexuality to the political repression suffered by Filipinos at the hands of Ferdinand Marcos' dictatorial government.

The Yogis of Tibet (2002)

Tibetan monks discuss aspects of their philosophy and perform their ancient practices.

Mordnacht in Manhattan (1965)

Manhattan Night of Murder (German: Mordnacht in Manhattan) is a 1965 German thriller film directed by Harald Philipp and starring George Nader, Heinz Weiss and Monika Grimm. It was the second of the Jerry Cotton series of films, depicting the adventures of an FBI agent.

Broken Promise (2009)

Broken Promise is a 2009 drama film directed by Jiří Chlumský and starring Samuel Spišák, Ondřej Vetchý and Zuzana Porubjaková. The film was Slovakia's submission to the 82nd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The film won the main prize at the 2009 Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival. Broken Promise received nine nominations at the 2010 Sun in a Net Awards, but succeeded in winning just one, awarded to Michal Novinski for the film's music.

Armed Hands (2012)

Lucas and his team tracks down a band of Serbian criminals. His investigation leads him to Paris, where he tries to reconnect with his estranged daughter.

Hell's Hinges (1916)

Hell's Hinges is a 1916 American Western silent film starring William S. Hart and Clara Williams. Directed by Charles Swickard, William S. Hart and Clifford Smith, and produced by Thomas H. Ince, the screenplay was written by C. Gardner Sullivan. Hell's Hinges has been selected for preservation in the National Film Registry, and is considered by some to be one of the finest silent Westerns.

Music from the Big House (2010)

In MUSIC FROM THE BIG HOUSE, Rita Chiarelli, Canada's Queen of the Blues, takes a pilgrimage to the birthplace. Louisiana State Maximum Security Penitentiary a.k.a Angola Prison - what used to be the bloodiest prison in America.Rita's trip turns into a historic jailhouse performance - playing with inmates serving life sentences. Their shared bond of music, and Chiarella's vivacious personality, draw striking revelations from the inmates. Rather than sensational stories of convicts, we witness remarkable voices of hope as their love of music radiates humanity and redemption on their quest for forgiveness.

Red Flag (2012)

After a painful breakup, a filmmaker (Alex Karpovsky) with an unusual philosophy takes his film on tour.

Grotesque (2009)

Grotesque is a 2009 Japanese splatter horror and exploitation film written and directed by Kōji Shiraishi.

Children of the Green Dragon (2011)

Mate, a lonely and divorced real estate agent, is hired to sell a suburban storage building. Mate becomes friends with Wu, the guard for the facility, and a pizza delivery woman.

The Trouble With The Truth (2012)

Musician Robert (John Shea) is a perpetual starving artist with low overhead and minimal commitments. When Robert's daughter announces that she's engaged, he advises her against it - his own marriage to Emily (Lea Thompson) didn't last, and he doesn't understand why anyone would want to give up their independence. Yet when Robert and Emily reunite and dredge up old memories and hurts, both discover they have a lot of unresolved issues and that love, marriage and divorce aren't quite as simple as they'd like.

Prisoner of Her Past (2010)

Prisoner of Her Past is a 2010 documentary film, produced by Kartemquin Films, that follows the journey of Chicago Tribune music critic Howard Reich as he travels to Europe to discover why his elderly mother, Sonia Reich, believes people are trying to kill her. Inspired by conversations with young trauma survivors in post-Katrina New Orleans, Howard Reich begins to discover a secret that his mother, Sonia, had kept hidden for over 60 years. For most of her adult life, Sonia Reich was a well adjusted and self-sufficient woman, but now in her eighties, Sonia is suffering from late-onset Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. In order to understand his mother's past, Howard Reich travels to Eastern Europe to discover that Sonia spent her adolescence fleeing the Nazis during World War II. Meeting some of Sonia's distant relatives and childhood friends, Howard begins to unravel what his mother has always refused to speak about. Having lost most of her family to the Holocaust, Sonia spent five years as a "jungle child", starving and constantly on the run. Now as Sonia tries to forget her past, Howard attempts to ease her pain and confront the horrors that haunted her. Prisoner of Her Past was directed by Gordon Quinn, a founder of Kartemquin Films. The film was produced by Joanna Rudnick and Chicago Tribune journalist, Howard Reich, with Associate Producer, Zak Piper. The film was a co-production of Kartemquin Films and the Chicago Tribune. Prisoner of Her Past was the February 2010 winner of the Accolade Competition's Best of Show Award.

In Search of the American Dream (2012)

In Search of the American Dream is a riveting story of five children and their adult brother as they desperately race across Texas for survival after their undocumented parents, were caught, arrested, and thrown in jail in one fell swoop... deportation is only a matter of time. In Search of the American Dream tells the story of one family torn apart, and the fear and agony the children are forced to bear alone.

Shaolin Brothers (1977)

Brothers skilled in the martial arts take revenge upon a rebel who disrupts their gymnastic show.

Killer God (2010)

A professor tries to prevent Balinese gods from avenging the desecration of their statues.

What a Hero! (1992)

What a Hero! is a 1992 Hong Kong action comedy film directed by Benny Chan and starring Andy Lau and Maggie Cheung.

The Murder Game (2006)

The Murder Game is an American horror film starring Steve Polites, Katie Sirk, Samuel Klein and directed by Robert Harari. The film is distributed by Warner Bros. and Lightyear Entertainment.

The Battle of Aiken (2005)

A Southern widow's teenage son joins Confederate troops while hostile generals from both sides of the Civil War prepare for an important battle.

Crisis (1950)

Crisis is a 1950 drama film starring Cary Grant and José Ferrer and directed by Richard Brooks (making his directorial debut). The story of an American couple who inadvertently become embroiled in a revolution, it was based on the short story "The Doubters" by George Tabori.

Sweatshop (2009)

Sweatshop is a 2009 American horror film directed by Stacy Davidson. It follows a group of early aged adults who are stalked and viciously murdered by a humongous welder with an equally massive sledgehammer and his two women followers after breaking into an abandoned factory to throw a rave in order to make profits off pimping out their friends. This movie is about 4 friends that run into a sweatshop and find terror

Exile In Buyukada (2000)

Re-enactments and archive footage blend to recount Leon Trotsky's time as an exile in Turkey.

White King, Red Queen (Russians) (1993)

White King, Red Queen is a Russian film. The composer Isaak Schwarz won a Nika Award from the Russian Academy of Cinema Arts and Sciences for the film's music.

Other Side Of The Game (2010)

A drug dealer resorts to desperate measures after he is framed for theft and murder.

Picasso (1985)

Filmmaker Didier Baussy profiles the artist, examining his work and the places he lived and painted.

Person Of Interest (2007)

A sheriff (Elise Rovinsky) asks a psychic to help her solve a string of murders, but the sheriff's lover (Julie Bell) thinks the man is a fake.

Masks and Memories (1934)

Julie (Lillian Roth), Bob (Weldon Heyburn) and Queenie (Queenie Smith) entice Uncle Andy out of his house for the first time in many years to attend a ball.

Carnivorous (2007)

Several people with troubled pasts awaken in a labyrinth and must survive traps and monsters.

Dead Pet (1999)

A college student (Kevin Cotteleer) returns home and discovers that his parents have spent the rest of his tuition money on veterinary care for their poodle.

Exit 38 (2006)

An elite unit of FBI agents hunts a vampire in a small Nevada town to stop him from completing an ancient ritual that will give him unlimited power.

A Thief in the Night (1972)

A Thief in the Night is a 1972 Christian end times film produced by Russell S. Doughten. It is the first and best known film in Doughten's four-part series on the Tribulation (or Daniels's 70th Week), Rapture, and Second Coming of Christ. The films together are often referred to collectively as the "Thief" or "Rapture" series, though the bulk of the plot occurs during the period commonly called "The Tribulation," conceived of as following the Rapture and preceding the Second Coming of Christ to earth. The series focuses on the difficulties for those who miss out on the Rapture by not having trusted Christ as Savior, those who thus find themselves in The Tribulation. The first two films in the four-part series, have a plot somewhat difficult to follow because the story contains flashbacks within flashback. The story starts at the end of the first two films, where Patty is nearing execution in the Tribulation, but then there is a flashback to the time before the Rapture for most the those two films, the second of which has three flashbacks relative to the flashback! After Patty is executed, the story changes to focus on a new character named David, who wants to create a fake Mark. David's story dominates films three and four. Interspersed in the four films are many presentations of the Christian gospel or how to be saved.

The Death Merchant (1991)

An FBI agent tries to stop a murderous psychotic who has stolen a microchip that could start World War III.

Hot Lead (1951)

Hot Lead is a 1951 Western film. The movie uses footage from an earlier Tim Holt film Saddle Legion - one of the rare times this happened in Holt movies. It was the last film made featuring Lightning, Holt's Palomino horse in 27 movies. He was replaced by Sun Dance, another Palomino. According to Tom Stempel: Hot Lead was one Holt written by William Lively. Unlike Houston and Repp, he had no feel for the Tim-Chito relationship. At the end of the film they ride off arguing, something Tim and Chito never did. The film was directed by Stewart Gilmore, one of only six features he directed. He soon realized he was a better editor than director and had a long career as a film editor.

For You I Die (1947)

For You I Die is a 1947 American film noir directed by John Reinhardt and featuring Cathy Downs, Paul Langton, Mischa Auer and Roman Bohnen.

Baat Ban Jaye (1986)

Baat Ban Jaye is a 1986 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Bharat Rangachary, starring Sanjeev Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty, Utpal Dutt, Raj Babbar, Zeenat Aman, Amol Palekar, Aruna Irani and Shakti Kapoor.This film is Inspired from the 1964 Hollywood film "What a way to go".

The Gift (2003)

The Gift is a 2003 documentary film by filmmaker Louise Hogarth documenting the phenomenon of deliberate HIV infection; bugchasing. The film follows the stories of two "bug chasers" who are seeking "the gift" of HIV infection. Interviews are also conducted with AIDS activist and author, Walt Odets, PhD, and HIV positive and negative men. The film explores the normalization and glamorization of HIV/AIDS and discusses the isolation and division caused by HIV status in the gay community.

Haiti Untold (2012)

Famous and not-so-famous people put their heads together to effect radical changes in Haiti after the earthquake in 2010.

Flash Gordon Conquers The Universe (1940)

Super Sci-Fi fun for the entire family! Legendary hero Flash Gordon protects the planet from an evil plot cooked up by the Merciless Ming in this 12-chapter serial starring Buster Crabbe!

Oklahoma Renegades (1940)

Oklahoma Renegades is a 1940 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by Nate Watt.

Opie Gets Laid (2009)

Opie Gets Laid is a 2005 American independent romantic comedy film originally titled Sunnyvale for its film festival submissions. The film is written and directed by James Ricardo and stars James Ricardo, April Wade, Ute Werner and Jesselynn Desmond.

Trapped in Katrina (2009)

Ignoring warnings to stay out of New Orleans Hilton and Amelia go back to their ruined home to sift through what's left after the storm. As darkness falls they hurry to scoop up whatever memories they can and pack up their car, but two flat tires leave them without a way out. Stranded they split up to find help, but one dark night in the deafening quiet of hurricane ravaged New Orleans will change everything.

Philbert (Three's a Crowd) (1963)

A cartoonist (William Schallert) has his hands full when his comic-strip creation jumps off the drawing board and tries to wreck his relationship with an attractive neighbor.

Bewitched (1945)

Bewitched is a 1945 American film noir directed and written by Arch Oboler. The drama features Phyllis Thaxter and Edmund Gwenn.

The Hawk (1931)

An outlaw (Norman Kerry) known as "the Hawk" tries to find the real culprit who stole priceless treasures from a mission.

Black Lightning (2008)

A young man uses a flying car to defend Moscow from criminals.

The Fall of Night (2007)

A hunted musician has to confront his past life while trapped in the high desert.

From Nurse To Worse (1940)

From Nurse To Worse is the 49th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1940 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges. The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Mister Universe (1951)

A manager (Jack Carson) grooms a naive bodybuilding champion (Vincent Edwards) to be a professional wrestler.

Loco Boy Makes Good (1942)

Loco Boy Makes Good is the 60th short subject released by Columbia Pictures in 1942 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Candidate for Murder (1962)

The professional killer Kersten arrives in England and is hired by Donald Edwards to murder his wife Helene. But Helene's lover Robert Vaughan discovers the plot and he trails Kersten and Edwards to a country cottage.

Three Ruthless Ones (1964)

Three brothers (a sheriff, an outlaw and a rancher), all independently seek justice for the murder of their father in this violent tale of revenge.

Idaho Transfer (1973)

Idaho Transfer is a 1973 science fiction film directed by Peter Fonda. It stars Kelley Bohanon, Kevin Hearst, Dale Hopkins, and Keith Carradine.

Stick To Your Guns (1941)

Stick to Your Guns is a 1941 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by J. Benton Cheney. The film stars William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Brad King, Jennifer Holt, Dick Curtis, Weldon Heyburn and Henry Hall. The film was released on September 17, 1941, by Paramount Pictures.

Young Chopin (1952)

Youth of Chopin (Polish: Młodość Chopina) is a 1952 Polish film directed by Aleksander Ford.

Before Winter Comes (1969)

Before Winter Comes is a 1969 British film directed by J. Lee Thompson from a screenplay by Andrew Sinclair.

The Boat (1921)

The Boat is a 1921 American two-reel silent comedy film written and directed by and starring Buster Keaton. The International Buster Keaton Society takes its name, The Damfinos, from this film.

Children of Nature (1991)

Children of Nature (Icelandic: Börn náttúrunnar) is a 1991 Icelandic film directed by Friðrik Þór Friðriksson. It was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar at the 64th Academy Awards.

The Inn on Dartmoor (1964)

A young artist aids a policeman in discovering what became of six prison escapees who disappeared without a trace.

Das Geheimnis der schwarzen Witwe (1963)

The Secret of the Black Widow (German: Das Geheimnis der schwarzen Witwe) is a 1963 German crime film directed by Franz Josef Gottlieb and starring O. W. Fischer.

Brother and Sister (2010)

Brother and Sister (Spanish: Dos hermanos) is a 2010 Argentine comedy film directed by Daniel Burman.

Man Wanted (1995)

Man Wanted is a 1995 Hong Kong action thriller film directed by Benny Chan and Steve Cheng and starring Simon Yam, Yu Rongguang, Christy Chung and Eileen Tung.