Music From The Inside Out (2004)

Documentary filmmaker Daniel Anker profiles the diversity of talented musicians who make up the world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra. Beginning with the difficult philosophical question "what is music?" and continuing with an exploration of the nature of the creative process, Anker -- using a mix of candid personal accounts from the musicians, plus larger group discussions -- offers an insightful look into the often misconstrued or marginalized world of classical music.

Neseli Hayat (2009)

Jolly Life (Turkish: Neşeli Hayat) is a 2009 Turkish comedy film, written and directed by Yılmaz Erdoğan, about a working class Turkish man who accepts a job as a Mall Santa. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on November 27, 2009 (2009-11-27), was screened in competition at the 29th International Istanbul Film Festival and was nominated in several categories at the 3rd Yeşilçam Awards. Writer, director and star Erdoğan says that the main character is between the worlds of the Westernized upper class Turks and the working class Turks in the east of the country.

Nintendo Quest (2015)

Nintendo Quest: The Most Unofficial and Unauthorized Nintendo Documentary Ever! is a 2015 Canadian/American documentary road film directed by Rob McCallum about Jay Bartlett and his quest to acquire all 678 licensed Nintendo Entertainment System games within the span of 30 days, without purchasing any games online.

Odette Toulemonde (2007)

Odette Toulemonde is a 2006 French comedy film written and directed by Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt.

Once I Was A Beehive (2015)

Once I Was a Beehive is a 2015 American comedy film, directed by Maclain Nelson, about a girl who attends an LDS Young Women's camp. Shot in Utah, and Upstate New York, it received mixed to positive reviews upon release.

One Kine Day (2011)

A 19-year-old Hawaiian skateboarder wakes up to a day he will never forget.

One of the Missing (1979)

An adaptation of the short story by Ambrose Bierce, set during America's Civil War, it follows the grim fortunes of a scout who becomes trapped in the rubble of a bombed-out house behind enemy lines. The Sniper is now in a life or death situation, we are left to decide whether we should feel for him or hope he gets his just deserts. Flashbacks to the sniper's childhood will muddy your decision, which will make it hard to guess the surprise ending. The short story was from Ambrose Bierce's book "Tales of Soldiers and Civilians" published in 1891.

One Week Job (2010)

After graduating form college a young man decides to work 52 jobs in 52 weeks.

Only The Young (2012)

Kevin and Garrison live in a small California town, and they find ways to occupy themselves in a place where there is not a lot to do.

Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo (2009)

Filmmakers explore the stories of three Guantanamo prisoners, how and why they wound up there, and includes interviews with former detainees, lawyers and other experts.

Owl City: Live from Los Angeles (2012)

Owl City’s Adam Young, a 25-year-old small-town Minnesotan who had never been on an airplane until two years ago, has experienced many extraordinary moments in his young career, including calling his mom back home on his cellphone while standing on The Great Wall of China. Young’s travels came in the wake of the blockbuster success of Owl City’s major-label debut album — the lush, lovingly created Ocean Eyes, which was released by Universal Republic Records in July 2009. Filled with whimsical melodies and blissful beats, Ocean Eyes topped the Billboard Rock, Alternative, and Dance/Electronic charts and was certified platinum in the U.S. The album spawned the quadruple-platinum single “Fireflies,” which hit No. 1 in 24 countries including the U.S. (twice), and sold more than five million downloads. Its eye-popping success has made Owl City an international phenomenon, shifting nearly 13 million tracks worldwide, and selling out headlining shows in the U.S., Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Asia. As a followup to this early success, Owl City hit the road for a World Tour in June 2011, headlining shows in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Europe, Japan, Korea, Philippines and Indonesia following the June 14th release of sophomore record, All Things Bright and Beautiful. Forced to overcome his shyness and trepidation about performing live, Young is now enthusiastic about touring and showing up for his fans. “The gratification you get from flying across the world and playing to a room full of kids who know all your lyrics, even if they don’t speak your language, is incredible,” Young says. “It’s those times when you stand back and say, ‘I’m just a normal guy, I can’t believe this is happening.’” "Owl City - Live from Los Angeles" documents one stop on this seventy-six date All Things Bright and Beautiful World Tour.

Padosan (1968)

Padosan is a 1968 Indian comedy film. Directed by Jyoti Swaroop. It was produced by Mehmood, N. C. Sippy and written by Rajendra Krishan. It was a remake of the Bengali film Pasher Bari (1952) based on a same name short story starring Bhanu Bandyopadhyay and Sabitri Chatterjee. The movie stars Sunil Dutt and Saira Banu in lead roles. Kishore Kumar, Mukri, Raj Kishore and Keshto Mukherjee played the supporting roles. Mehmood as the South Indian musician and rival to Sunil Dutt is among the highlights of the film. It was considered as one of the best comedy movies made in Hindi film history. Mehmood's portrayal of a south Indian music teacher was one of his noted performances and a key highlight of the film. Kishore Kumar's character of a comical theater director was also well received. Indiatimes Movies ranked the movie amongst the "Top 25 Must See Bollywood Films". Music was composed by R.D. Burman and was a huge success. Kishore Kumar sang for himself while Manna Dey sang for Mehmood.

Paradise Waits (2015)

From the award-winning filmmaking crew that brought you 2014's Almost Ablaze, comes the story of one weird winter and the people who celebrate it... Paradise Waits - a ski and snowboard film.

Earth II (1971)

For a similarly named 1994–1995 science fiction television series, see Earth 2. Earth II was a 1971 pilot, aired November 28 (and released theatrically outside North America), for a television series about a colony established in orbit around the Earth. A WABE Production in association with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Television, it starred Gary Lockwood, Anthony Franciosa, Lew Ayres and Mariette Hartley. The film was written and produced by William Read Woodfield and Allan Balter, and directed by Tom Gries.

Easier Said Than Done (2013)

Easier Said Than Done explores the ultimate motorsport - rallying. Following an international cast of characters including top drivers, mechanics and co-drivers from around the world. The film focuses on young three time U.S champion Chris Duplessis while he makes an attempt to reach the top level of the sport, the World Rally Championship. Rallying is extremely difficult. It's expensive, dirty, rough and one of the last pure motorsports in the world.

Eat a Bowl of Tea (1989)

Ben's wife wants some attention. Ben's boss wants some dedication. Ben's father wants some grandchildren. And Ben just wants a minute to sort it all out in Wayne Wang's gentle comedy, Eat a bowl of tea. In New York's Chinatown of the late 1940s, young Ben Loy (Russell Wong), fresh out of the service, has his whole life spread out before him - including a job, an apartment and a marriage arranged by his father (Victor Wong) to the beautiful Mei Oi (Cora Miao). But as eager as the couple is to see what America has to offer them, that's how eager the whole of Chinatown seems to see some first-generation U.S. offspring. And when Ben's celebrated young marriage threatens to crumble in the face of this pressure, it's up to him to separate his dreams from his father's, and to find a future for himself and his wife in their new adopted homeland. Directed by Wayne Wang (Maid in Manhattan, The Joy Luck Club), Eat a bowl of tea is a charming, warm-hearted film based on the classic underground novel by Louis Chu.

Edge Of Salvation (2012)

A film crew documents a family's downward spiral.

Elmo's World: Birthdays, Games & More! (2002)

Join Sesame Street's curious red monster as he explores birthdays, games, and pets! Elmo's World offers kids and adults a fresh and light-hearted take on the world around them. Each episode comes to life in Elmo's bright, exciting, and very original room - the drawer, door, shade, and TV all join in the fun. And he's even visited by a singing birthday cake! Also featuring Elmo's pet goldfish, Dorothy, the zany Mr. Noodle, and classic songs that will delight viewers of all ages.

Elusive Justice: The Search for Nazi War Criminals (2011)

An unprecedented PBS documentary exploring the 65-year effort to identify, prosecute and punish the 20th Century's most notorious murderers. In the face of apathy, obstruction and violence, the men and women who pursued Nazi fugitives not only brought a measure of dignity to the victims of the Holocaust, they also reminded the international community that enemies of humanity must be punished - if humanity is to survive.

Enter The Dominion (2013)

Jonathan hires Sheldon to help him with a shady business deal, and Sheldon has to decide if he will break the law or try to take down one of the most dangerous moguls in the world.

Every Three Seconds (2014)

The lives of five regular people go from ordinary to extraordinary when they choose action over apathy.

Every Thing Will Be Fine (2015)

Every Thing Will Be Fine is a 2015 German drama film directed by Wim Wenders, written by Bjørn Olaf Johannessen and produced in 3D. It is Wenders’ first full-length dramatic feature in seven years. The film stars James Franco, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Rachel McAdams and Marie-Josée Croze. It premiered out of competition on February 10, 2015 at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival. The film made its North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 11, 2015. It was released in the United States in a limited release and through video on demand on December 4, 2015 by IFC Films

Everybody Street (2013)

The lives of New York's iconic street photographers.

Everyday Black Man (2011)

Everyday Black Man is a 2010 film directed by Carmen Madden. It stars Henry Brown, C. Kelly Wright, Omari Hardwick and Tessa Thompson. It is a story about deception and a man's struggle to save his daughter.

Experiment Perilous (1944)

Experiment Perilous is a 1944 melodrama set at the turn of the 20th century. The film is based on a 1943 novel by Margaret Carpenter and directed by Jacques Tourneur. Albert S. D'Agostino, Jack Okey, Darrell Silvera, and Claude E. Carpenter were nominated for an Academy Award for Best Art Direction-Interior Decoration, Black-and-White. Hedy Lamarr's singing voice was dubbed by Paula Raymond.

Fathers' Day (1997)

Fathers' Day is a 1997 comedy film directed by Ivan Reitman and starring Robin Williams, Billy Crystal, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Nastassja Kinski. It is a remake of the 1983 French film Les Compères.

Flowers For Fannie (2013)

Fannie locked her heart after her husband was killed in the Great War. As she faces her own mortality, she continues to reject everyone who cares for her, until she accepts love from an unlikely source.

Forest of the Dancing Spirits (2013)

A family of hunter-gatherers explains its origins, myths and the spiritual meaning of life.

Free Throw (2012)

Eight students at a California high school take part in a free-throw basketball contest to win a $40,000 college scholarship.

Everybody Dies (2009)

A veteran hitman falls for his latest target and leaves a bloody trail while protecting her through Los Angeles.

Snake Man (2014)

This Colombian man befriends the most venomous types of snakes. He understands them and challenges whoever he meets to approach them with sympathy. A tale of archaic fears.

The Crazy Companies II (1988)

The Crazy Companies II (最佳損友闖情關) is a 1988 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Wong Jing starring Andy Lau, Sandra Ng and Natalis Chan.

Sud Vikal (2008)

East Los Angeles has its nights filled with blood and darkness as Vampiros from a distant dimension are on the loose. Blanca, a Mexican American girl, is being chased by Sexicana, a very hot Vampira who wants nothing more than to kill Blanca for sexual pleasure. One night Blanca meets Casanova Vladimires (Damian Chapa) who falls in love with her and becomes her protector. During Blanca's stay with Casanova, he teaches her all the secrets of the evil Vampiros and how they want to destroy Casanova because he is half human and has the ability to procreate, which would ruin the pure DNA of the Vampiro line. Blanca helps Casanova fight off the evil Vampiros not knowing that Casanova has kept a secret from Blanca.

Expendable (2003)

Ranch of the Ruthless (1965)

Oklahoma John also knonw as Ranch of the Ruthless or The Man from Oklahoma is a Spanish, German and 1965 Italian international co-production western film directed by Jaime Jesús Balcázar and Roberto Bianchi Montero.

Moving Mcallister (2007)

Moving McAllister is a 2007 American comedy film starring Mila Kunis, Jon Heder, Rutger Hauer, and Billy Drago. The film was shot largely in Utah and St Johns County, Florida and was produced by Camera 40 Productions. It was released on September 14, 2007 in the United States.

Greenlit (2010)

Filmmaker Miranda Bailey documents efforts by her production crew to reduce the carbon footprint of making a movie.

Before We Were Kings (2015)

When We Were Kings stars Muhammad Ali and George Foreman. These are two of the most notorious boxers in heavyweight champion history. George Foreman is the current heavy weight champion and Muhammad Ali is deemed by the people to be done with boxing due to his age. Don King offers each of them five thousand dollars to fight each other. Once the two boxers decide to fight, Don King must find the money he has promised each of them, by getting backed from the ruler of Zaire. Muhammad has the love of the people in Zaire, but Foreman has been unsuccessful in gaining their love and trust. With James Brown and B. B. King performing in Zaire, this is the first opportunity for Don King to show the nation his true talent. The Black Woodstock festival is seen in this movie before the main event between Ali and Foreman, which adds an important soulful taste to this time period. One of Ali's famous moves, known as "rope-a-dope" causes Foreman to waste his energy and ends the fight in the eighth round with a total knockout. A move called "right-hand lead" was used in all of the previous rounds to wear Foreman down, but this move is not often used, due to the fact that it sets a boxer up for an effortless takedown. In return it worked in Ali's favor, because Foreman did not expect it. Ali is known for his quickness and the use of the ropes to his advantage to downplay the treacherous punches he takes from Foreman. In the end, Ali defeats Foreman and takes title as heavy weight champion, which was his to start with before it was taken from him for dodging the draft during the Vietnam War.

Hell or High Water: The Story of the Nashville Rollergirls (2012)

The Nashville Rollergirls deal with injuries, financial troubles, and the loss of their practice space as they struggle to keep their skater-owned team afloat.

The Heart Is A Drum Machine (2010)

Artists and scholars discuss the question, what is music?

Raspberry Magic (2010)

Raspberry Magic is an American independent drama film about a young girl, Monica Shah, and her belief that she can save her parents' marriage by winning the science fair. Her science project uses touch therapy to grow raspberries in a forest. She explores whether it is nature or nurture that can make them grow. Directed by Leena Pendharkar, produced by Megha Kadakia, the movie premiered at the Cinequest Film Festival and the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival in 2010.

Sneakers & Soul (2010)

A pair of shoes and the key to a New York apartment point the way for a downtrodden lawyer (Billy Fenderson) to change his life.

Panic! at the Disco, Live in Chicago (2008)

Don't panic... but things really are shaping up to be pretty odd for this Las Vegas based foursome. Panic At The Disco's highly anticipated sophomore album debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top 200 chart back in March and things have shown no sign of slowing down for the band. 'Nine In The Afternoon' and 'That Green Gentleman (Things Have Changed)' proved to be follow-up hits to the band's platinum-selling debut despite being a departure from their previous sound. Filmed at the Chicago stop on the Honda Civic tour, this live cd/dvd set showcases live versions of all the hits from both of the band's albums and is a must-have for any diehard Panic fan.

Giuliani Time (2006)

Giuliani Time is a 2005 documentary film by Kevin Keating about Rudy Giuliani, former Mayor of New York City. The Village Voice called the documentary "an incisive portrait of power seizure and class combat as it was performed, by the numbers, on the municipal level." The film contains several archival segments, as well as interviews with Village Voice writer and unauthorized Giuliani biographer, Wayne Barrett and radio journalist Doug Henwood. The documentary's title is a reference to a phrase that police officers allegedly uttered to Abner Louima when they tortured him in a Brooklyn police precinct house. Louima himself later recanted that statement, saying he had made it up. The phrase was also used by John Shaft in the 2000 remake of Shaft. As of late 2010, Giuliani Time has a rating of 85% positive at Rotten Tomatoes (22 fresh, 4 rotten). Giuliani Time is distributed by Cinema Libre Studio. A special election version of the film was released on 2/5/2008.

Güeros (2015)

Güeros is a 2014 Mexican film directed by Alonso Ruizpalacios. The film won five Ariel Awards, including Best Picture in 2015.

14 Bis Ao Vivo (2007)

Recorded live at the Grande Teatro Palácio das Artes in Belo Horizonte, this concert includes the band's biggest hits and features artists like Beto Guedes, Rogerio Flausino, Marcus Viana and Flavio Venturini. The show presents all the musical influences that shaped 14 Bis original and unique sound: music from Minas Gerais, corner club, classical music, progressive rock and rock'n'roll.

Exsanguination (2011)

While attempting to change a flat tire on his van in a dimly lit parking lot, a man (Mark T. Lee) is brutally attacked from behind and injected in the neck with a hypodermic needle. Hours later, the man regains consciousness and finds himself inside a small dark room shackled to the floor with both wrists slashed just a few feet away from a complete stranger (Shane Land) in the exact same predicament. Gradually hemorrhaging, the two men get to know one another as they ponder their deadly circumstance and try to keep each other awake for fear of becoming comatose.

Lizard Man (2012)

Haunted by a terrifying incident in his past, billionaire Bill Hansen seeks revenge by enlisting a team of mercenaries and a television personality to capture and exploit a dangerous lizard-like creature.

The Libertine (2000)

Le Libertin (The Libertine) is a French comedy film directed by Gabriel Aghion and released in 2000. It is an adaptation of a 1997 play by Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt.

Beyond Bollywood (2013)

Pooja whirls around the dance studio, hips rocking back and forth to the Indian music. "As a child, I thought there was no better dancer than the superstar Madhuri Dixit. So I thought I would try to follow her footsteps." She tells us with an enormous grin. She's just one of thousands of beautiful young girls who have come from small town India to Mumbai to try and make it. As Ojas points out, the Bollywood glamour is just too much to resist, "The entire Bollywood look is so well produced and larger than life, that it kind of fascinates a normal person". But Pooja is something special. Amidst the gaggle of dancers in opulent costumes, the director immediately spots her, "When I saw her she was a full on, proper dancer. So I said, definitely, she is in my team". But navigating the competition, politics and prejudices of the industry can be hard to deal with. "I am fed up with being at the back row, I want to lead something". For Ojas it is different. He's a diva make-up artist who has already made it in the industry and sees the biggest Bollywood stars pass through his dressing room everyday. As he quips to one star's PA who has just stepped on his toes, "No offence to you darling, you may be a PA, but I've been doing hair and make-up for 20 years." Having survived the dog-eat-dog competition he feels at home here, despite his struggles with his sexuality, "Luckily everybody's welcomed me with open arms, all the fellow colleagues, the stars, producers, directors, technicians". Harry is one of the few white actors in Bollywood, here to play the baddies or just add a bit of internationality. It's an interesting race reversal, he's like an Indian in Hollywood. But Harry's frustrated by how this marginalises him, like so many others in Bollywood, he never feels in control of his own destiny: "It's like you've written out this contract of wishes, but somebody has twisted your terminology - I'll put you on a billboard, but you'll be a goofy face in the back, alri

Godfrey: Black By Accident (2011)

With his signature wide-eyed humor and treasure trove of voices Godfrey asks the questions that plague the depths of our being. Why do people duck in the rain and protect just one ear? What if guido bouncers ran the TSA? Filmed live at New York City's Gramercy Theatre, Godfrey brings the house down in this uncensored and extended special!

The Horror Vault 3 (2010)

Five new stories of grueling horror: A Christmas Haunting, Zombie Office, Undone, Unchangeable and The Psychomanteum - ghosts, zombies and bloody revenge.

Octane (2007)

In the world of racing, there are no rules and adrenaline is the only name of the game. When bad boy Brent Black discovers the fun but dangerous ways of illegal street racing, he faces a deadly challenge from a longtime rival. Does he have what it takes to win? The stakes are high and everything worth living for is on the line. But when you live life in the fast lane, anything can happen. High speed, high risk…high OCTANE.

Kanye West: Unauthorized (2005)

Find out how the hip hop sensation Kanye West got his start in music in this inspiring film about the rappers life. From surviving through a tragic event where he nearly lost his life to becoming the star he is today. Witness how he turns the tragedy of his life into the biggest triumph he could ever hope for. This Chicago born guy laughs in the face of death as he continues to be successful in his musical career and marriage while raising his daughter North and that is the biggest triumph of all. Don't miss this amazing story of success.

Hit Favorites: Friends and Family (2011)

Enjoy quality time with friends and family with these warm-hearted tales. Share birthday surprises with Thomas and the Percival Twins, while Angelina and Polly choreograph a special show for their parents. Then join Bob the Builder and Barney as they show their friends how to be the best big brother and sister they can be. Siblings, friends and parents alike will delight in these stories celebrating love, friendship and fun!

Dysmorphia (2014)

Siblings find their dead uncle's stash of VHS tapes but have no idea that, by watching them, they are summoning something ghoulish and gruesome.

The Horse with the Flying Tail (1960)

The Horse with the Flying Tail is a 1960 American documentary film by Walt Disney Productions, that won the Best Documentary award at the 33rd Academy Awards. The movie is about the palomino horse, Nautical, who won the team gold medal at the 1959 Pan American Games. The movie portrays this horse as having been a nondescript stock horse, however, he was sired by an American Quarter Horse named Muchacho de Oro out of an Army Remount mare of mostly Thoroughbred breeding. This horse's registered name was Pelo de Oro, which was given to him at birth. He became an open jumper and was shown in the national horse show circuit in the United States. Open jumpers compete for scores based on faults (if a jump is refused or a rail knocked down) and time elapsed to complete the course. Prior to his Olympic fame, he had a reputation as a temperamental jumper who was inclined to stop at water and ditch jumps. Such refusals would disqualify a jumper from an event and his nickname among competitors was, Sneaky Pete, for those obvious reasons. He was an excellent jumper (when willing), however, and when he cleared a fence, Sneaky Pete consistently would raise his tail in the characteristic fashion shown in the photograph displayed from the film. That tail, raised so high, was repeated for each faultless jump and spectators at horse shows relied upon this signal from the horse to record his scores, without waiting for the results from the judges. Hence the title of the film about his career. When he was obtained by Hugh Wiley, Wiley enlisted the help of the United States Equestrian Team coach, Bertalan de Nemethy, and together the two men trained the horse to be the Olympic level open jumper he became. At that time he became known as Nautical and was ridden regularly by members of the U. S. Equestrian Team in international competitions.

Dance Of The Dead (2008)

Dance of the Dead is a 2008 American independent zombie comedy, directed by Gregg Bishop and written by Joe Ballarini. The film featured Jared Kusnitz, Greyson Chadwick, Chandler Darby, Lucas Till, Blair Redford and Carissa Capobianco. The plot revolves around the mysterious reanimation of the dead and the efforts of several students to save their high school prom from attack.

Things (1995)

DEVARIM is the first of Gitai's acclaimed trilogy of films about life in Israel's major cities (YOM YOM is set in Haifa and KADOSH is set in Jerusalem). Set in Tel Aviv during one very hot summer, it follows the intersecting lives of three young men: a photographer, a would-be musician, and a lawyer.

Adventures of Serial Buddies (2013)

Adventures of Serial Buddies is a 2011 film written and directed by Keven Undergaro.

The Day the Earth Froze (1959)

Sampo (Russian: Сампо) is a 1959 Soviet–Finnish film based loosely on the events depicted in the Finnish national epic Kalevala. In 1964, a significantly edited, English-dubbed version called The Day the Earth Froze was released internationally. This version was later featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Bloodspit (2008)

Bloodspit is a comedy horror film that was produced in Sydney, Australia in 2006. Directed by Duke Hendrix, Bloodspit follows the exploits of crazed vampire hunter Dr Ludvich as he attempts to steal the family crest from the evil Count Blaughspich's coffin. Ludvich needs the crest in order to prevent the Count and his castle full of mutant freaks from returning to the "mirror world". Bloodspit is notable for its outrageous content which includes, "depraved vampire sex and well hung werewolves." The film found distribution through Troma Entertainment, the creators of The Toxic Avenger. The film had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in 2006.

Minesweeper (1943)

Minesweeper is a 1943 American film directed by William A. Berke, and stars Richard Arlen, Jean Parker and Russell Hayden. The film is a fictional account of a former navy deserter who returns to duty after the attack on Pearl Harbor, under an assumed name as a sailor aboard a minesweeper in World War II.

XL (2013)

Leifur, a womanizing and drunk Icelandic politician, has demolished his career, family and future with his outrageous behavior. He is forced into rehab by the Prime Minister and invites his friends to a debauched final blowout with a surprise ending.

This Movie Sucks (2009)

A farcical look at independent film making from a ground level view. Presented in typical "Buckingham Style" we watch as independent documentarians Chronicling the trials and tribulations of trying to make an indie film using whatever you can lay your hands on. You would almost expect to turn around during a viewing and find a camera crew behind you.

Ionopsis (2014)

Ionopsis is the rarest orchid in the multiverse. When a valiant warrior (Patrick B. Johnson), a half-crazy sorcerer (Nicoll Bacharach) and his Inter-Dimensional mercenaries are sent to retrieve one at any cost a differentTale of Swords and Sorcery ensues! Robert Dunham (Godzilla vs. Megalon) Barbara Geary (Veep) and Derek Conley (The Hunted) Unrated-Language/Adult Themes

Out of Love (2011)

When a dark secret is revealed it forces Maria, a recent Mexican immigrant, to face the most difficult decision of her life. She is placed in an unimaginable situation. Whatever choice she makes will forever scar her family.

San Franpsycho (2006)

Two detectives hunt a serial killer who is sending cryptic messages about his crimes to a local reporter.

Friends of Mine (2013)

Friends of Mine, tells the story of two young men, Jordan and Brian, who are required to volunteer at a week-long summer camp for the developmentally disabled. For them, life will never be the same. Jordan and Brian are no longer boys struggling to find their way. They, in the course of one week, have become men who have experienced unconditional love in a most unexpected way.

Entre nos (2010)

Entre Nos is a 2009 drama film starring Paola Mendoza. The film, which was co-written and co-directed by Mendoza with Gloria LaMorte, explores the life of Mariana, a Colombian immigrant attempting to survive on the streets of New York City with her two children. The film has been screened at over 14 film festivals, including the Tribeca Film Festival, has won numerous awards, and has garnered generally positive reviews.

High Score (2006)

HIGH SCORE follows Bill as he attempts to take down the Atari classic Missile Command and its twenty year-old record. To get the 80 million points he'll have to play the game on one quarter for over two days straight. There is no pause button.

The Awkward Comedy Show (2010)

A group of arrogant, street smart, and kind of nerdy comedians bring a new kind of comedy to the stage. These comedians use Shakespearean drama, a tuba, a bunch of swag, and knowledge of computer programming to the stage and make it funny.

The Baby Maker (1970)

Emmy-winner and Oscar-nominee Barbara Hershey (Portrait of a Lady, Hannah and Her Sisters) plays a free spirit who agrees to bear a child for a childless couple in this early look at the phenomenon of surrogate motherhood. Co-starring Scott Glenn (The Silence of the Lambs, The Right Stuff), this is the first feature by director James Bridges (Urban Cowboy, The China Syndrome).

The Bamboo Blonde (1946)

The Bamboo Blonde is a 1946 American film directed by Anthony Mann based on an original story "Chicago Lulu" by Wayne Whittaker, and starring Frances Langford and Ralph Edwards in a patriotic War movie.

The Bears and I (1974)

Based on a true story, The Bears and I follows the adventures of Bob Leslie as he embarks on a challenging new life in the vast Canadian wilderness. When he suddenly finds himself in charge of three mischievous bear cubs, Bob encounters unexpected resentment from members of the local tribe. Their beliefs are straightforward: Bears are sacred creatures and must be allowed to roam free. With the feud approaching dangerous proportions, the mystical powers of a revered elder are called upon in a last, desperate attempt to restore peace. Contains tobacco depictions. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.

The Best of Walt Disney's True-Life Adventures (1975)

The Best of Walt Disney's True-Life Adventures is a 1975 American compilation documentary film produced by Walt Disney Productions, directed by James Algar and released by Buena Vista Distribution on October 8, 1975. The film is composed of highlights from the Academy Award winning True-Life Adventures series of 13 feature length and short subject nature documentary films produced between 1948 and 1960.

The Changing of Ben Moore (2015)

An orphaned teenager (Umberto Celisano) is documenting his life with a video journal when he begins to experience missing time and blackouts. His girlfriend goes missing and the family dog is found dead, forcing him to track down the culprit.

The Dextape (2015)

Dex and Fab, the two infamous Dexpedition hosts accidentally leak a tape containing unlawful behaviour during a party in LA. The video goes viral and ruins their careers. Desperate to regain their fame they move to Norway and do whatever it takes.

The Dog Who Saved Christmas (2009)

The Dog Who Saved Christmas is an American TV movie starring Dean Cain, Gary Valentine and the voice of Mario López. It was written by childhood friends Michael Ciminera and Richard Gnolfo. It premiered on ABC Family on November 29, 2009 during their Countdown to 25 Days of Christmas programming block. It was ranked as the number one cable program during its timeslot, and the number one cable film in the winter of the 2009 with 4.0 million viewers.

The Doobie Brothers: Rockin' Down the Highway - The Wildlife Concert (1996)

This historic live concert event unites the three lead vocalists of The Doobie Brothers for a special greatest hits performance including brand new music, exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage.

The Fallen Ones (2005)

The Fallen Ones is a Sci Fi Channel original movie from 2005.

The Fat Boy Chronicles (2010)

The Fat Boy Chronicles is a film about Jimmy Winterpock, an obese high-school student who deals with bullying and trying to lose weight. The film is inspired by a true story about an obese 9th grader in Cincinnati and a novel and film were released in 2010 as a major motion picture, and was later released on Netflix. The movie received mixed reviews, with users on Rotten Tomatoes giving the movie a 49% "Rotten" rating.

The Fourth World (2012)

Filmmaker Mark Volkers explores the hidden world of slum dwellers on five continents.

The FP (2011)

The FP is a 2011 American comedy film written and directed by Brandon and Jason Trost. The film focuses on two gangs—the 248 and the 245—that are fighting for control of Frazier Park (The FP). The gangs settle their disputes by playing Beat-Beat Revelation, a video game similar to Dance Dance Revolution. Gang member JTRO (Jason Trost) undergoes training to defeat L Dubba E (Lee Valmassy), the leader of a rival gang. The film also features Caitlyn Folley, Art Hsu, Nick Principe, Dov Tiefenbach, and James DeBello. Jason Trost conceived The FP when he was 16 years old, and developed it into a short film starring himself, Valmassy, Principe, DeBello, Brandon Barrera, Diane Gaeta, Kris Lemche, and Torry Haynes. After seeing the finished film, Barrera suggested that Trost make a feature-length version. In the expanded production, Gaeta, Lemche, and Haynes were replaced with Folley, Hsu, and Bryan Goddard, respectively. Principal photography took place in Frazier Park, California in September 2008. Ron Trost—Brandon and Jason Trost's father—served as special effects supervisor and executive producer of the film, and his property was the primary filming location. The full-length version of The FP premiered at South by Southwest on March 13, 2011, and received positive reviews. After its screening at the Fantasia Festival on July 30 that year, Drafthouse Films acquired the film for distribution. It had a limited release in 28 American theaters, beginning on March 16, 2012, and was released on home media on June 29, 2012. The FP received mixed reviews upon its theatrical release and it failed to recoup its production budget of US$45,000, grossing $40,557 in the United States.

The Front Man (2014)

The Front Man is a nonfiction comedy about a musician disillusioned with the broken promise of rock ‘n roll in a society where anything short of celebrity is failure. An intimate portrait evolves into a 27-year search for the meaning of success.

The Genital Warriors (2015)

The fragmentary pasts of three people overlap.

The Good Old Boys (1995)

The Good Old Boys is a 1995 American western adventure TV movie that was the directorial debut of Tommy Lee Jones. Jones also starred and co-wrote the teleplay, which is based on the book of the same name by Elmer Kelton.

The Ground Beneath Their Feet (2014)

Two young women become paralyzed after an earthquake and have to find a new place in society when they are unable to fill the traditional roles of being wives and mothers.

The Redemption of General Butt Naked (2011)

A brutal Liberian warlord named Joshua Milton Blahyi tries to make amends for slaughtering thousands of people by transforming himself into an evangelist.

The Rock 'n' Roll Dreams of Duncan Christopher (2012)

The Rock 'n' Roll Dreams of Duncan Christopher is an American independent comedy film written by Jack Roberts and directed by Justin Monroe. It stars Jack Roberts as the titular character, Duncan Christopher. The Rock 'n' Roll Dreams of Duncan Christopher was filmed in and near Tulsa, Oklahoma, in the fall of 2008. It was in post-production for most of 2009. It premiered in 2010 on March 27th at the Method Fest Independent Film Festival, where it was nominated for Best Low Budget Feature Film and won the award for Best Marketing Campaign. The movie went on to win 10 awards with 7 of them Best Feature, Jury or Audience Awards, including the Best Okie Feature at the 2010 deadCENTER Film Festival. It was an Official Selection at several prestigious film festivals around the world, including Mar del Plata Film Festival in Argentina, STARZ Denver Film Festival, San Diego International Film Festival, and the Heartland Film Festival.

Punished (2011)

Punished, also known as Bou ying, is a 2011 Hong Kong thriller film directed by Law Wing-cheung. The film stars Anthony Wong, Richie Jen, and Janice Man.

Scorched (2003)

Scorched is a 2003 independent comedy film starring Alicia Silverstone, Rachael Leigh Cook, Woody Harrelson, and John Cleese. The film was directed by Gavin Grazer, brother of Academy Award-winning television and film producer Brian Grazer. Scorched follows the story of several disgruntled bank employees who all try to rob the same bank on the same night without knowing that others are doing exactly the same thing. The film had a very poor financial performance at the box office. From the initial budget of US $7 million, Scorched earned back only $8,000 at the end of its theatrical run. It was pulled from its theatrical run after just one weekend in the theaters where it managed to earn a meager $666 per theater.

Senn (2013)

A line worker and his girlfriend meet an enigmatic alien intelligence, and it helps them join with the Polychronom.

Shadow Boxers (1999)

Shadow Boxers is a 1999 American documentary film about women's boxing by director Katya Bankowsky that focuses on the pioneering fighter Lucia Rijker and features an original soundtrack by Argentine singer and songwriter Zoel. Shadow Boxers had its international premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in 1999.

Silent Retreat (2013)

Janey (Chelsea Jenish) goes to a meditation retreat and realizes the men running the facility are brainwashing women. If she breaks the rules, she will be sent to meet what lurks beyond the trees.

Spider-Man Tech (2007)

This documentary discuss all the laws of physics , genetic biology and reflexes which Peter Parker (Spiderman) uses and how he become so powerful dispite of having comparatively weak body.

Sriracha (2013)

Sriracha is a 2013 American documentary film directed by Griffin Hammond. The film features David Tran discussing the origins of his Huy Fong Foods sriracha sauce.

Staunton Hill (2009)

Staunton Hill is an American horror film starring Kathy Lamkin, Cristen Coppen, David Rountree, Kiko Ellsworth, Christine Carlo, Paula Rhodes, B.J. Hendricks, Charlie Bodin, Cooper Huckabee, Sherry Weston, and directed by G. Cameron Romero.

Straight Acting (2005)

This touching and personal film explores how, from ice hockey to rugby and rodeo, gay men are discovering the bonds of acceptance and camaraderie through sports; in a world where hate and homophobia still persist. Growing up as the middle child in a strict Mormon family, Spencer Windes never found a place he felt truly comfortable. That all changed when he discovered the San Francisco Fog: a rugby team consisting entirely of gay men. Building on his own coming of age story, Windes discovers a whole diverse culture of gay amateur sports, and the wonderful and transformative impact that it has.

Tattooed Tears (1979)

Directors Nicholas Broomfield and Joan Churchill film a California youth detention center/training school.