Hot Rhythm (1944)
Hot Rhythm is a 1944 American musical comedy film directed by William Beaudine and starring Robert Lowery, Dona Drake and Tim Ryan.
Asa Nu Maan Watna Da: In Search of Our Roots (2004)
Asa Nu Maan Watna Da is a Punjabi movie directed by Manmohan Singh released in 2004 and starring Harbhajan Mann.
Snapshots of the world's cities capture a range of moments.
Le sexe des étoiles (1993)
The Sex of the Stars (French: Le Sexe des étoiles) is a 1993 Canadian drama film directed by Paule Baillargeon and written by Monique Proulx. The film was selected as the Canadian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 66th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Heart Attack (2014)
Heart Attack is 2014 Telugu romantic action film written, directed and produced by Puri Jagannadh under the Puri Jagannadh Touring Talkies. The film stars Nithiin, Adah Sharma in lead roles with Nicole Amy Madell in an extended cameo appearance and Vikramjeet Virk as main Antagonist. Anoop Rubens composed the soundtrack for the film. The film released on 31 January 2014 worldwide to mixed reviews from the critics, Heart Attack grossed ₹40 crore (US$5.8 million) in 50 Days. The film was later dubbed into Hindi and released on YouTube by Goldmines Telefilms in 2016 with Nithiin's voice dubbed by Sanket Mhatre.
Northern Light (2013)
The American working class experience is viewed through a town's annual snowmobile race.
Desperate But Not Serious (2000)
Desperate But Not Serious is a 1999 movie directed by Bill Fishman. It was released in the United States under the title Reckless + Wild.
Alive or Preferably Dead (1969)
Sundance and the Kid is the American release title of Vivi o, preferibilmente, morti, a 1969 Spaghetti Western comedy directed by Duccio Tessari and starring Giuliano Gemma, Nino Benvenuti, and Sydne Rome. The film is also known as Alive or Preferably Dead and Sundance Cassidy and Butch the Kid.
Arson for Hire (1959)
Arson for Hire is a 1959 crime drama directed by Thor L. Brooks. The film stars Steve Brodie, Lyn Thomas and Tom Hubbard, who also wrote. Arson squad investigator Johnny Broderick and his partner Ben Howard, investigate a warehouse fire, and find evidence of arson.
Love... And Other Reasons to Panic (2015)
Childhood friends realize they are soul mates later in life.
Colorado Ranger (1950)
Colorado Ranger is a 1950 American Western film starring James Ellison and directed by Thomas Carr.
A depressed man (Albert Dupontel) gets a new outlook on life when he develops an unusual bond with a life-size doll.
638 Ways to Kill Castro (2006)
638 Ways to Kill Castro is a Channel 4 documentary film, broadcast in the United Kingdom on 28 November 2006, which tells the story of some of the numerous attempts of the Central Intelligence Agency to kill Cuba's leader Fidel Castro. It was directed by Dollan Cannell.
Light of My Eyes (2010)
Noor Einy is a 2010 Egyptian romantic comedy-drama film directed by Wael Ihsan.
A waitress/cow milker (Melora Griffis) sees a chance to escape her miserable farm family one dark winter in Wisconsin.
Peace, Propaganda & the Promised Land (2005)
Peace, Propaganda & the Promised Land is a 2004 documentary by Sut Jhally and Bathsheba Ratzkoff which—according to the film's official website—"provides a striking comparison of U.S. and international media coverage of the crisis in the Middle East, zeroing in on how structural distortions in U.S. coverage have reinforced false perceptions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict" and which "analyzes and explains how--through the use of language, framing and context--the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza remains hidden in the news media". The film argues that the influence of pro-Israel media watchdog groups, such as CAMERA and Honest Reporting, has led to distorted and pro-Israel media reports. It features Noam Chomsky, Robert Jensen, Hanan Ashrawi, Sam Husseini, and Robert Fisk, among others.
In its response to the movie, the pro-Israel JCRC criticized the film for not discussing the influence of "the numerous pro‐Palestinian media watchdog groups, including FAIR (Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, which describes itself as 'A National Media Watch Group'), whose spokesperson played a prominent role in the film".
According to LiP magazine, the movie "offers a great starting point for thinking about media misrepresentation of the Israel-Palestinian conflict, and useful analysis of how language is used to manipulate public opinion," but is short on "solid statistics and facts to back up some of its blanket statements". A review in The New York Times by Ned Martel found that the film "largely ignores Palestinian leadership, which has surely played a part in the conflict's broken vows and broken hearts. And such a lack of dispassion weakens the one-sided film's bold and detailed argument".
Filmmaker Mary Jane Doherty follows two students for three years in Cuba's National Ballet School.
Perfidy is a 1953 Yugoslavian drama film directed by Vladimir Pogačić. It was entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.
Opened by Mistake (1940)
Opened by Mistake is a 1940 film starring Charlie Ruggles and Janice Logan.
The Last Time You Had Fun (2015)
Clark and Will meet Alison and Ida in a wine bar, and the foursome sets out to have as much fun as four dysfunctional adults are capable of having.
Once in a Blue Moon (2009)
White Russians hide out in hapless clown Gabbo the Great's circus wagon.
A young, aspiring actress and an off-Broadway star begin a relationship.
Mercy Plane (1939)
Mercy Plane is a 1939 American drama film directed by Richard Harlan and starring James Dunn, Frances Gifford and Matty Fain.
The Texan (1932)
The Texan is a 1932 American western film directed by Clifford S. Smith, starring Jay Wilsey, Lucile Browne, and Bobby Nelson.
Billy Mize & the Bakersfield Sound (2014)
Filmmaker William J. Saunders traces the life story of Billy Mize, from his triumphs through his tragedies.
The Investigation Must Go On (2000)
The Investigation Must Go On is a 2000 Israeli drama film directed by Marek Rozenbaum, which was nominated for 8 Israeli Film Academy Awards.
The Hard Hombre (1931)
The Hard Hombre is a 1931 American Pre-Code Western film directed by Otto Brower and starring rodeo champion Hoot Gibson. The film follows a simpleton rancher who is mistaken for a notorious outlaw known as The Hard Hombre.
In 2006 Los Angeles police partners (Chad McQueen, Gary Daniels) track a gang lord to a lawless haven known as the Hellzone.
A Single Frame (2015)
The impact of photography from both sides of the shutter.
Land of Sorrows (1973)
Members of a family deal with the Vietnam War, as it ravages their homeland.
Man Negahdar Jamali Western Misazam (2012)
An amateur filmmaker puts his marriage and money on the line to crank out his own movies.
The Ripper (1985)
A ring rumored to have been the Whitechapel murderer's turns a college professor into a modern-day Jack the Ripper.
Universal Soldier (1972)
Universal Soldier is a 1971 film starring George Lazenby as a mercenary. It was the final film of veteran director Cy Endfield, who also has an acting role in it. The title came from the 1964 song of the same name by Buffy Sainte-Marie.
Oru Oorla Rendu Raja (2014)
Oru Oorla Rendu Raja is a 2014 Indian Tamil language social action comedy film written and directed by R. Kannan and produced by S. Michael Rayappan. The film features Vimal, Priya Anand and Soori in the leading roles, while Nassar, Anupama Kumar and Thambi Ramaiah form the supporting cast and D. Imman composes the film's music. The film was released on 7 November 2014.
The Hours Till Daylight (2016)
Marco Vasquez must perform a dangerous exorcism on himself before dawn.
Reportage amateur Maquette expo (2006)
Filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard conducts a walk-through of the Collages de France.
Devil Ship (1947)
The captain (Richard Lane) of a tuna boat ferries prisoners to Alcatraz in rough water.
Always Together (1948)
Always Together is a 1947 American comedy film directed by Frederick de Cordova and written by I. A. L. Diamond, Henry Ephron and Phoebe Ephron. The film stars Robert Hutton, Joyce Reynolds, Cecil Kellaway, Ernest Truex, Don McGuire and Ransom M. Sherman. The film was released by Warner Bros. on December 10, 1947.
The Strange Mr. Gregory (1945)
A theatrical magician who dabbles in psychic matters falls in love with a married woman; he arranges a phony murder, making it appear that he is the victim and the woman's husband the killer.
Horatio Hornblower: Retribution (2001)
Hornblower (Ioan Gruffudd) and other lieutenants try to avoid English court-martial for mutiny by seizing a Spanish fort.
Sailing a Sinking Sea (2015)
The culture of the Moken people of Burma and Thailand.
Rebellious Daughters (1938)
Rebellious Daughters is an American movie of 1938. It was the first feature film directed by Jean Yarbrough, and starred Marjorie Reynolds. The film's producer was Ben Judell of Progressive Pictures, known for low-budget exploitation films with provocative titles; other films released by Progressive the same year included Delinquent Parents and Slander House.
Orientation Day (2010)
Three cloned minions go through orientation and cause chaos on their first assignment.
Criminal Law (1988)
Criminal Law is an inadvertently legal thriller wherein criminal defense attorney Ben Chase (Gary Oldman) decides to prove that his client Martin Thiel (Kevin Bacon) is in fact a serial killer, despite the acquittal that Ben won for him. When new murders occur, Ben takes matters into his own hands, beginning a psychological battle of wills with Martin. Gary Oldman gives an excellent performance as the criminal defense attorney with a conscience, and Kevin Bacon is intriguing and ambiguous as the killer. The action sequences -- particularly when Ben finds a body in the rain in a deserted park -- are terrific as is the fast-paced direction by Martin Campbell.
Berserker: Hell's Warrior (2001)
The gods curse the son of a Viking warlord to become an immortal and bloodthirsty fighter.
California Passage (1950)
California Passage is a 1950 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane starring Forrest Tucker, Adele Mara and Estelita Rodriguez.
Sole Survivor (1984)
Sole Survivor is an American 1983 horror film written and directed by Thom Eberhardt, in his feature film debut.
The Price of Memory (2014)
The legacy of slavery in Jamaica and the movement for reparations today.
Beyond the Call (2006)
Beyond the Call is a 2006 documentary film about three middle-aged men who are former soldiers and modern-day knights. They travel the world delivering life saving humanitarian aid directly into the hands of civilians and doctors in some of the most dangerous yet beautiful places on Earth, the front lines of war. It is the directorial debut of Academy Award nominee Adrian Belic. The film has been screened in over 80 film festivals on five continents, winning 25 awards so far. PBS aired a 60-minute version of Beyond the Call on January 23, 2007 as part of its Independent Lens series.
Bà nôi (2013)
Khoa films his trip to Vietnam to visit his remote family.
Women tempt a stuntman to join them in the theft of an Indian artifact.
Cross-Examination is a 1932 American drama film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring H. B. Warner, Sally Blane and Natalie Moorhead.
Heaven Is Round the Corner (1944)
Heaven is Round the Corner is a 1944 British musical film directed by Maclean Rogers with Will Fyffe, Leni Lynn, Leslie Perrins and Austin Trevor.
The Swiss Conspiracy (1976)
The Swiss Conspiracy is a 1976 action film starring David Janssen, Senta Berger and Elke Sommer, and directed by Jack Arnold. It was co-produced between Germany and the United States.
Still the Water (2014)
Still the Water (2つ目の窓, Futatsume no mado) is a 2014 Japanese romance film directed by Naomi Kawase. It was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or in the main competition section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. It has been selected to be screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.
Kawase has described the film as her "masterpiece", deserving of the Palme d'Or and states: "This is the first time that I have said this about a film. After the Camera d'Or and the Grand Prix, there is nothing I want more than the Palme d'Or. I have my eyes on nothing else."
The film was taken in the scenic nature of Amami City, Amami Ōshima, in Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan in 2013. The music was produced by Hasiken, a male singer-songwriter from Chichibu, Saitama.
The Bad Man of Brimstone (1937)
The Bad Man of Brimstone is a 1937 Western film starring Wallace Beery and directed by J. Walter Ruben. Beery's brother Noah Beery, Sr. appears in a supporting role as a bartender. The supporting cast also features Virginia Bruce, Dennis O'Keefe, Lewis Stone, Bruce Cabot, Guinn "Big Boy" Williams, and John Qualen. The screenplay was written by Cyril Hume and Richard Maibaum, from a story by Ruben and Maurice Rapf.
The film was shot in parts of Utah, including Johnson Canyon, the Gap, Kanab Canyon, Zion National Park, and Springdale.
Pygmy Island (1950)
Pygmy Island is a 1950 Jungle Jim film starring Johnny Weissmuller. it was the 5th movie in the series.
Due to ancient prejudices, Hamalla is banished from his village. He returns after four years with knowledge of modern technology, and helps steer the village through a crisis.
Everyone's Going To Die (2013)
Everyone's Going to Die is a 2013 British film written and directed by directing collective Jones. The film had its World Premiere at South By Southwest in 2013, followed by its UK Premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
The film centres around Melanie (Nora Tschirner), whose life is going nowhere. When a mysterious man, Ray (Rob Knighton), comes into town, she sees an opportunity to save herself. Attempting to leave their pasts behind and move on, the pair endeavours to change their lives for the better.
The Man Who Would Be Polka King (2009)
The rise and fall of Grammy-nominated polka music superstar Jan Lewan.
Shirley Temple Story (1976)
Shirley Temple avoids the dangers of the anarchist revolutionaries as she travels with three young ladies to the Emerald City to meet the Wizard of Oz.
Three intertwining stories about people whose lives are for sale.
House of 1,000 Dolls (1967)
The House of 1,000 Dolls is a 1967 thriller starring Vincent Price. It has been described as "quite possibly the sleaziest movie AIP ever made". The film is set in Tangier. Released initially in Spain under the Spanish title La casa de las mil muñecas, it was not released in the United States until March 1968.
Cyber Bandits (1995)
A navigator aboard a millionaire's yacht, Jack Morris discovers that the millionaire's mistress has stolen the data for his secret Virtual Reality. To escape, they encrypt, miniaturize, and tattoo the data onto Jack's PL:back. The pair share a VR adventure on the run from the Millionaire's thugs, meeting up with a wild series of characters.
Straight Forward (2005)
In 1940s Hollywood, a writer and his starlet wife involve a dangerous loner in their scheme to have a child.
God of Thunder (2015)
God of Thunder (aka Dark Universe) is a 2015 film.
Enemmy is a 2013 Indian Hindi-language action thriller film directed by Ashu Trikha - the title being intentionally misspelt using the 6 main characters initials. The film stars Mithun Chakraborty, Sunil Shetty, Mahakshay Chakraborty, Kay Kay Menon, Johnny Lever, Zakir Hussain and Yuvika Chaudhary.
The Sands of Time (1998)
Tower of the Firstborn is a 1999 TaurusFilm-produced film, directed by Alberto Negrin. It was based on the novel La Torre Della Solitudine by Valerio Massimo Manfredi.
Thundering Trails (1943)
Thundering Trails is a 1943 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by John English.
Landscape Suicide (1987)
Landscape Suicide is a 1987 American crime and drama film directed and produced by James Benning. The film starring Rhonda Bell and Elion Sucher in the lead roles.
Innocent Meeting (1959)
A troubled teen discovers that reform isn't always easy in this drama. The lad is on probation for robbery when he falls in love with a wealthy young girl. Wanting to help him out, she gets him a job in her father's textile mill. Things are swell there until her father is unable to find his wallet. Due to the boy's dubious recent past, he is naturally the first suspect. Afraid that no one will believe him innocent, the boy takes off. In desperate need of quick cash, he robs a store. Eventually the police catch up to him, but by this time the wallet has been found and the boy's gal convinces him to go face his crime and go straight for good.
Darkened Rooms (1929)
Darkened Rooms is a 1929 American mystery film directed by Louis J. Gasnier and starring Evelyn Brent. This film is preserved at the Library of Congress.
Beauty and the Beast (1978)
Beauty and the Beast is a Czechoslovak horror fairy tale film directed by Slovak film director Juraj Herz in 1978. The film is a re-telling of the classic tale Beauty and the Beast. Herz made the innovative decision to depict the beast as a bird-like creature. It has a gothic atmosphere and setting, and a pervasive atmosphere of dread.
Maciste contro i mostri (1962)
Maciste contro i mostri (English Translation: Fire Monsters Against the Son of Hercules) is a 1962 Italian film directed by Guido Malatesta that was filmed in Yugoslavia and Italy. In the American version Maciste is called "Maxus". The film was originally known as Colossus of the Stone Age in the UK, and was re-released in 1975 as Land of the Monsters.
The worst rock band ever assembled rises to fame.
Way of Life (2013)
For some, skiing is not just part of life—it’s a way of life. The search for snow shapes not only how they approach the mountains, but also how they approach the world.
Benny and Babloo (2010)
Benny and Babloo is a 2010 Bollywood satirical comedy film, produced by Umesh Chouhan and directed by Yunus Sajawal. The film was released in October 2010 under the Chamunda Films banner. The film stars Kay Kay Menon, Rajpal Yadav, Riya Sen, Shweta Tiwari, Rukhsar Rehman, Anita Hassanandani, Richa Chadda, Maushumi Udeshi, Hiten Paintal and Aasif Sheikh in prominent roles.
Northern Skirts (German: Nordrand) is a 1999 German-language film directed by Barbara Albert. It was an international co-production between Austria, Germany and Switzerland. It was Austria's official Best Foreign Language Film submission at the 72nd Academy Awards, but did not manage to receive a nomination.
Fighting Nirvana (2009)
Four people spend the night in an old house that may or may not have a ghost and treasure.
Miracle Seller (2010)
Urika, Hasim and Stefan travel to France to find their father.
Edge Of Honor (1991)
Edge Of Honor is a 1991 drama / thriller movie directed by Michael Spence who also directed The Dread (2007). The film stars Corey Feldman, Don Swayze, Scott Reeves and Ken Jenkins.
Body Moves (1990)
Leaders (Kirk Rivera, Steve Messina) of rival dance teams have girlfriend problems while sweating over a contest in New Orleans.
The Man Beyond the Bridge (2009)
Paltadacho Munis or The Man Beyond the Bridge is an Indian film in Konkani directed by Laxmikant Shetgaonkar. Set in Goa, the film is about a recently widowed forest ranger in a dwindling forest, who strikes up an unlikely relationship with a woman he finds lost and alone in the woods. The film tries to destigmatise mental illness, often equated with being possessed by the devil in rural India.
The Seven of Daran: Battle of Pareo Rock (2008)
The Seven of Daran: Battle of Pareo Rock is a Dutch 2008 movie in English directed by Lourens Blok. It is the first of a planned series of seven movies, which may be made depending on the success. It is filmed in South Africa and Namibia.
The Girl in Room 2A (1974)
A sadistic cult kidnaps young women for sacrifice and targets a recently paroled woman as its next victim.
The White Meadows (2009)
The White Meadows is a 2009 Iranian film written, directed and produced by Mohammad Rasoulof. The film was edited by Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi and stars Hassan Pourshirazi as Rahmat. Lake Urmia was the filming location for the fictional setting of a salt encrusted land.
Madame Winger Makes a Film: A Survival Guide for the 21st Century (2001)
Madame Winger shows inexpensive ways to create films.
Arabia 3D (2011)
An Arabian film student showcases his society's development through history.
Kasba (English: The Town) is a 1991 Indian drama film written and directed by Kumar Shahani. It is based on the short story "In the Ravine" by the Russian playwright Anton Chekhov. The movie is an important work in the Indian Parallel Cinema movement which started in the early 1970s. It is one of the last films to be part of the movement as it died out by the early 1990s.
Dear Summer Sister (1972)
A teenager searches for an Okinawan youth who might be her half-brother.
In 1995, Richard and Daniel, two fledgling filmmakers, get unprecedented access to a prison, and they speak with a condemned inmate. Their footage is confiscated by the warden and returned 10 years later.
Dancing With Crime (1947)
A dance hall is the front for black marketeers who are exposed by a resourceful taxi driver, as he investigates the death of an army friend. Featuring Dirk Bogarde’s film debut as a bobby on the beat.
Dark Mirror (1984)
Dark Mirror is a 1984 American TV movie. It was a remake of a 1946 film.
The Greatest Thing (2001)
In the 1800s a young woman (Herborg Krakevik) discovers her new friend (Kirsti Stubo) is in love with one of her three fiances.
You Will Be My Son (2011)
You Will Be My Son (French: Tu seras mon fils), is a French film directed by Gilles Legrand. It is co-written by Legrand, Sandrine Cayron, and Delphine de Vigan, and stars Niels Arestrup and Lorànt Deutsch in the main roles. It was released in France on August 24, 2011.
A construction worker (Deke Richards) and his crew contend with a killer bulldozer.
Radio: Love on Air (2009)
Radio is a 2009 Indian Hindi language Bollywood film starring Himesh Reshammiya, Shenaz Treasurywala and Sonal Sehgal in the lead roles. The film is directed by Isshaan Trivedi. Himesh Reshammiya's compositions for the film were much praised, and topped the musical charts. The movie was released on 3 December. Reshammiya has received praise for his portrayal of Vivan Shah.
Titeuf: The Movie (2011)
Titeuf (French: Titeuf, le film) is a 2011 French 3D animated family comedy film directed by Zep, based on his Titeuf comic books. The film was released on April 6, 2011.
The Millionaire Kid (1936)
The Millionaire Kid is a 1936 B grade sound film produced and released by Reliable Pictures with former silent stars Bryant Washburn and Betty Compson in the leads and with several other familiar silent personalities in supporting roles.
Parole Girl (1933)
Parole Girl is a 1933 American pre-Code romantic drama film directed by Edward Cline. The film stars Mae Clarke and Ralph Bellamy.