The Journey of the Lion (1992)
A Jamaican Rastafarian searches three continents for his identity and his roots.
Better Than Something: Jay Reatard (2012)
The life and work of the Memphis-based punk musician.
Prison on Fire (1987)
Prison on Fire is a 1987 Hong Kong prison film directed by Ringo Lam and starring Chow Yun-fat and Tony Leung Ka-fai about the friendship of two inmates of a Hong Kong prison and their conflicts with the prison guards and other prisoners/triad members. The film was followed by a sequel in the 1991's Prison on Fire II.
French filmmaker Pierre Braunberger directs this gripping and unblinkingly gory history of the Spanish sport of bullfighting. The majority of the film is a scholarly history of bullfighting, covering both its development as the country's national sport and the unique place that bullfighting holds in the Spanish national psyche. These historical sections are interwoven with close-up films of actual bullfights, featuring some of the country's most famous matadors, including Manolete and Belmonte.
Final Mission (1984)
A former Los Angeles SWAT team member (Richard Young) continues his feud with a traitor from wartime Laos.
An Argentinian maid secretly marries her employer, but he leaves her soon after to marry a rich woman.
The Code Conspiracy (2002)
The Code Conspiracy is an 2002 American thriller film written and directed by Hank Whetstone and starring Jim Fitzpatrick, Maria Conchita Alonso, and David Warner for The Asylum. The film had a preliminary release at the 2000 New York Independent Film and Video Festival.
Waste: The Nuclear Nightmare (2009)
Researchers discuss the science and politics of nuclear power and disposal of the waste generated.
Sweet and Low-Down (1944)
Sweet and Low-Down (1944) is a film directed by Archie Mayo, and starring Benny Goodman and Linda Darnell. It was nominated for an Academy Award in 1945. The film was a fictionalized version of life with Goodman, his band, and their manager while entertaining at military camps.
Burning Ice (2012)
Scientists, writers, artists and others journey to the Arctic Circle to witness firsthand the effects of global warming.
May We Borrow Your Husband? (1986)
May We Borrow Your Husband? is a British television movie produced in 1986. The film was written by Dirk Bogarde and directed by Bob Mahoney (director). It starred Dirk Bogarde and Charlotte Attenborough.
Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie (1941)
Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie is a 1941 American Western film directed by Ray Taylor and written by Sherman L. Lowe and Victor McLeod. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Fuzzy Knight, Nell O'Day, Kathryn Adams Doty, Harry Cording and Ernie Adams. The film was released on March 21, 1941, by Universal Pictures.
Tactical Unit - No Way Out (2008)
After losing his job and his comrades' friendship, a desperate merchant plans his revenge.
Birth Rite (2003)
A woman practices witchcraft after meeting a warlock.
O Amuleto de Ogum (1974)
The Amulet of Ogum (Portuguese: O Amuleto de Ogum) is a 1974 Brazilian drama film directed by Nelson Pereira dos Santos. It was entered into the 1975 Cannes Film Festival. It was also selected as the Brazilian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 48th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Cinema's Exiles: From Hitler to Hollywood (2009)
An examination of Berlin's filmmaking during the 1920s shows the exodus of many to the U.S.
A Lady's Morals (1930)
A Lady's Morals is a 1930 American Pre-Code film offering a highly fictionalized account of singer Jenny Lind. The movie features opera diva Grace Moore as Lind, Reginald Denny as a lover, and Wallace Beery as P. T. Barnum; Beery would play Barnum again four years later in The Mighty Barnum. The film contains some fine opera arias by Moore and was directed by Sidney Franklin.
According to the Internet Movie Database, the film Jenny Lind is an alternate French foreign-language version of A Lady's Morals; only two actors are listed in both versions (Grace Moore and Paul Porcasi), and different actors are listed for PT Barnum (Wallace Beery, André Berley), as well as different directors and other crew.
Wallace Beery would play Barnum again four year later in The Mighty Barnum (1934), with Virginia Bruce as Jenny Lind.
The life of a chauffeur (Arnold Reyes) takes a terrifying turn when -- by mistake -- his own young daughter is kidnapped instead of the child of the corrupt politician for whom he works.
Tears of the Yang-Tse (1947)
The Spring River Flows East, also translated as The Tears of Yangtze, is a 1947 epic Chinese film written and directed by Cai Chusheng and Zheng Junli and produced by the Kunlun Film Company. It is considered one of the most influential and extraordinary Chinese films ever made, and China's equivalent of the Gone with the Wind. The Hong Kong Film Awards ranked it in its list of greatest Chinese-language films ever made at number 27. It ran continuously in theatres for three months, and attracted 712,874 viewers during the period, setting a Chinese record. The film features two of the biggest stars of the time: Bai Yang and Shangguan Yunzhu.
You Got to Move (1985)
In 1932 the Highlander Folk School was founded in rural Tennessee to provide a focal point for the burgeoning Appalachian labor movement. Years later, in the 1950s, the center would play a pivotal role in the American Civil Rights Movement, training a number of famous and lesser-known advocates for social change. Using interviews and footage from the era, documentarians Lucy Massie Phenix and Veronica Selver chronicle the lives of people who have benefited as a result of efforts by the school.
Red Heart (2011)
A well-off slacker tries to win back his girlfriend.
Bromo and Juliet (1926)
Bromo and Juliet is a 1926 American silent comedy film starring Charley Chase with an appearance by Oliver Hardy. A print of the film survives in the film archive at the Library of Congress. The title refers to Romeo and Juliet and Bromo-Seltzer a brand of antacid.
Frontier Blues (2010)
Four intertwined stories all set in Iran's northern frontier with Turkmenistan.
Cheating Blondes (1933)
A journalist uses the woman he allegedly loves as the subject for a frame.
Cheer Up (1936)
Cheer Up is a 1936 British comedy film directed by Leo Mittler and starring Stanley Lupino, Sally Gray and Roddy Hughes. It was made at Ealing Studios by Lupino's own independent production company. An impoverished team of composer and songwriter try to secure financial backing for their new musical, with the assistance of a struggling actress working as a housemaid.
The Rumble of the Stones (2011)
The Rumble of the Stones (Spanish: El rumor de las piedras) is a 2011 Venezuelan drama film directed by Alejandro Bellame Palacios. The film was selected as the Venezuelan entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
Mr. Hercules Against Karate (1973)
Two Americans go to Hong Kong to rescue the son of a Chinese restaurant owner who is being held host- age by his stepmother and the sadistic owner of a Kung-Fu school.
Filmmaker Lorena M. Parlee traces the history of the country and explores the diversity of its society. Narrated by Martin Sheen and Enrique Rocha.
Fiesta is an American Technicolor musical-drama film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1947, starring Esther Williams, Ricardo Montalbán, Mary Astor and Cyd Charisse. The film was directed by Richard Thorpe and written by George Bruce and Lester Cole. The story focuses on Mario Morales (Montalbán), a bullfighter who wants to be a composer, and his twin sister, Maria Morales (Williams), who wants to be a bullfighter even though she is a woman. The film was shot on location in Puebla, Mexico. This was Montalbán's first credited role in a Hollywood film, and resulted in him being offered a contract by the studio. It was also the first of three films pairing Williams and Montalbán, the other two being On an Island with You (1948) and Neptune's Daughter (1949). Fiesta was the first time Williams's name was billed above the title.
Isle of Forgotten Sins (1943)
Isle of Forgotten Sins is an American South Seas adventure film released on August 15, 1943 by PRC, with Leon Fromkess in charge of production, directed by Edgar G. Ulmer (also credited with original story) and featuring top-billed John Carradine and Gale Sondergaard whose performance in one of 1936's Academy Award for Best Picture nominees, Anthony Adverse, earned her the first Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
Isle of Forgotten Sins was subsequently reissued in a version cut from 82 to 74 minutes and retitled Monsoon. It proved to be the final film role for German-American actress Betty Amann as well as the last feature for producer Peter R. Van Duinen's Atlantis Pictures, a unit whose films had a higher budget then most of PRC's releases. Third-listed supporting actor Sidney Toler worked on this PRC title between the finish of his Charlie Chan films at 20th Century Fox and just before their resumption at Monogram Pictures. The film features several songs (with Carradine singing "Whiskey Johnny"), an underwater sequence using a marionette and a tropical monsoon climax. The pre-release working title was Island of Forgotten Sins.
The River Fuefuki (1960)
The River Fuefuki is a 1960 Japanese historical period drama based on a novel by Shichirō Fukazawa. Critic Donald Richie considered "The River Fuefuki" to be Kinoshita's last important film. Marcus Stiglegger found it to be one of Kinoshita's most experimental and spectacular films. The film is set during eld of the Sengoku period period in Japan, with the action marked by historical events from the Battle of Iidagawara and the birth of Takeda Shingen in 1521 to the Battle of Tenmokuzan and fall of the Takeda clan in 1582. The film displays the impact of the Takeda clan's actions on five generations of a farming family, particularly family members' decisions to join or avoid the Takeda's battles of the period. Alexander Jacoby found the message of the film to be "a simple pacifism." Stiglegger viewed it as a pessimistic version of the samurai myth, contrasting it with Akira Kurosawa's samurai films from the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Chicago Calling (1952)
Chicago Calling is a 1951 film noir directed by John Reinhardt. It centers on a man trying to find enough money to continue a phone call from his wife telling him about the current state of their daughter.
Farewell to Spring (1959)
Five friends learn an important lesson about the past and future when a hometown reunion gives them the opportunity to examine the paths their lives have taken.
Teenage Monster (1958)
Teenage Monster is a 1958 independent science fiction, horror film, released by Marquette Productions Limited in 1958. The film had a screening on Dec. 25, 1957, but only went into general release in January, 1958. It was released theatrically on a double bill with The Brain from Planet Arous. Directed by Jacques R. Marquette, the film starred Anne Gwynne and Stuart Wade. The film combined the elements of science fiction and westerns, both of which were popular in the late 1950s.
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.
Mortu Nega (1988)
Mortu Nega (English: Death Denied or Those Whom Death Refused) is a 1988 historic film by Flora Gomes, a director from Guinea-Bissau. Mortu Nega was Gomes' first feature-length film. This is the first docufiction, more precisely the first ethnofiction, from his country that shows, in an expressive and touching way, the experiences of the Guinea-Bissau War of Independence. This film blends contemporary history with mythology, in this case African mythology. Mortu Nega was the first film produced in independent Guinea-Bissau. Its world premiere was at the Venice Film Festival on August 29, 1988.
Shanghai Blues (1984)
Shanghai Blues (Chinese:上海之夜) is a Hong Kong film directed and produced by Tsui Hark in his producer debut, which had its premiere on September 1984. Kenny Bee, Sylvia Chang and Sally Yeh starred in this film. The music is composed by Wong Jim. The film has been selected as one of the Top 10 Chinese films of 1984 at Hong Kong International Film Festival.
1313: Bigfoot Island (2012)
A woman summons a mythical beast to help her right the wrongs inflicted on her.
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.
Danger in the Middle East (1960)
A criminal attempts to cap his career with a caper involving important documents thought to be worth a king's ransom.
Danger in the Pacific (1942)
Danger in the Pacific is a 1942 espionage thriller set on a fictional island during World War II. As a cover for his true government mission, British intelligence agent Leo Marzell (Leo Carrillo) sponsors a scientific expedition led by Dr. David Lynd (Don Terry) to find a source for a wonder drug in the jungles of the South Pacific. When Lynd agrees to the expedition over the objections of his aviator fiancée Jane Claymore (Louise Allbritton), she breaks the engagement but secretly follows him to the island. Claymore attempts to halt Lynd's expedition so they can be married, but makes the mistake of recruiting Axis espionage agent Zambesi (Edgar Barrier) to help her. Native islander Tagani (Turhan Bey) is sent by Zambesi to murder Lynd, and sets loose a tiger that injures Marzell. Most of Lynd's guides are attacked by crocodiles, but one survives to kill Tagani. Claymore ends up saving Marzall, Lynd and the remainder of the expedition by contacting the Royal Air Force which sends a rescue squad.
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.
Semisweet: Life in Chocolate (2012)
Three people from around the world share a connection through chocolate.
Children of the Night (1985)
Children of the Night is a 1985 American made-for-television drama film directed by Robert Markowitz. The film is a fictionalized biopic of Dr. Lois Lee, following her work among young prostitutes in Hollywood and the organization Children of the Night that she founded as a result.
La espera desespera (2012)
Jorge has no money or insurance when his wife needs heart surgery, so he decides to rob a bank.
City Rhythms (1989)
In Los Angeles, disadvantaged teens Slammer (Carlos Gomez), Francis (Daniel Quinn) and Amanda (Sally Stewart) view the opulence and glamor of Hollywood with envy. Out of boredom, they engage in petty thievery, hoping for a small taste of a better life. When they discover the world of competitive dance, they sense a possible escape from their mundane existence. Working tirelessly on their choreography, they find a creative outlet for their youthful energy and a forum for their ambition.
The Next One (1984)
An astronaut's widow (Adrienne Barbeau) and her young son (Jeremy Licht) meet a stranger (Keir Dullea) from the future on a Greek island.
Wo yao zuo model (2004)
A frumpy policewoman (Karena Lam) and the male model (Ronald Chen) she is protecting are forced to partner up for an important pageant.
Raiders of the South (1947)
Raiders of the South is a 1947 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by J. Benton Cheney. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Evelyn Brent, Raymond Hatton, Reno Browne, Marshall Reed and John Hamilton. The film was released on January 18, 1947, by Monogram Pictures.
Robo Vampire (1988)
An agent is brought back from the dead as an android.
18 Meals (2010)
18 Meals is a 2010 Spanish comedy film directed by Jorge Coira.
Chabelo y Pepito detectives (1974)
Chabelo and Pepito have conflicts with their neighbor, a grumpy and unfriendly old man than one day catches them.
The Secret of Monte Cristo (1961)
The Treasure of Monte Cristo is a British movie released in 1961. It was directed by Monty Berman and Robert S. Baker.
The film features Rory Calhoun as an army captain in 1815 who goes off in search of a treasure on the island of Monte Cristo. It is a prequel to The Count of Monte Cristo.
The film takes the same name as an unofficial sequel novel to The Count of Monte Cristo, namely The Treasure of Monte Cristo, written by Jules Lermina in 1885.
Crime on the Hill (1934)
Crime on the Hill is a 1933 British mystery film directed by Bernard Vorhaus and starring Sally Blane, Nigel Playfair and Lewis Casson. The plot was based on a successful play by Jack de Leon and Jack Celestin. It was made by British International Pictures at Welwyn Studios in autumn 1933.
Boy (少年, Shōnen) is a 1969 Japanese film directed by Nagisa Oshima, starring Tetsuo Abe, Akiko Koyama and Fumio Watanabe.
Crime Takes a Holiday (1938)
Crime Takes a Holiday is a 1938 American crime film directed by Lewis D. Collins and written by Jefferson Parker, Henry Altimus and Charles Logue. The film stars Jack Holt, Marcia Ralston, Russell Hopton, Douglass Dumbrille, Arthur Hohl, Thomas E. Jackson and John Wray. The film was released on October 5, 1938, by Columbia Pictures.
The Living Coffin (1959)
The Living Coffin (Spanish: El grito de la muerte/ Scream of Death) is a 1959 Mexican horror movie focusing on a ranch haunted by evil spirits. It incorporates the story of La Llorona (The Crying Woman).
Die Nibelungen: Siegfried (1924)
Perhaps the most stately of Fritz Lang’s two-part epics, the five-hour Die Nibelungen [The Nibelungen] is a courageous and hallucinatory work, a film in which every single shot might alone endure as an exemplar of visual art. Its extraordinary set-pieces, archetypal themes, and unrestrained ambition have proven an inspiration for nearly every fantasy cycle that has emerged on-screen since – from Star Wars to The Lord of the Rings.In Part One, Siegfried, the film’s eponymous hero acquires the power of invincibility after slaying a dragon and bathing in the creature’s blood. Later, an alliance through marriage between the hero and the royal clan of the Nibelungen turns treacherous, with Siegfried’s sole weakness exploited. In Part Two, Kriemhilds Rache [Kriemhild’s Revenge], Siegfried’s widow travels to the remote land of the Huns to wed the monstrous Attila, and thereby enlist his forces in an act of vengeance that culminates in massacre, conflagration, and, under the auspices of Lang, one of the most exhilarating and terrifying end-sequences in all of cinema.Adapted from the myth that served as the basis for Wagner’s Ring cycle (though not an adaptation of the operas themselves), Lang’s picture employs its own counterpoint through a systematic, viral series of deranged geometrical patterns and the arresting, kabuki-like quality of the actors’ performances. The result is a film of startling expressionistic power, and a summit of Fritz Lang’s artistry. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present the new HD restoration of Die Nibelungen in two-disc Blu-ray and DVD editions.
Life in Stills (2011)
The owner of a photo shop and her grandson fight to save their business and nearly 1 million negatives that document Israel's history.
Blood Clan (1990)
A teen is accused of following in her late parents' murderous footsteps when neighborhood children are murdered.
Break to Freedom (1953)
In 1944, at a POW camp in Germany the Allied prisoners use a dummy prop named Albert to fool the German guards and escape.
Little Witch on a Broomstick (2011)
Saxana, a young witch from the Magic School, falls in love with a mortal and lives happily ever after, until their daughter -- also named Saxana -- discovers a magic book full of strange creatures.
A Bride for Henry (1937)
A Bride for Henry is a 1937 American film directed by William Nigh.
Tau chut (2009)
The First 7th Night is a 2009 Hong Kong horror film directed by Herman Yau. The film was rated Category III by the Hong Kong motion picture rating system.
YellowBrickRoad is a 2010 horror film by Jesse Holland and Andy Mitton that stars Cassidy Freeman, Anessa Ramsey and Laura Heisler. It is about an expedition that seeks to find out the fate of an entire town that disappeared into the wilderness 70 years ago. Although critical reception was mixed, it won best film at the New York City Horror Film Festival.
Three young people caused deaths in their past and face an uncertain future.
The Demons in My Head (1997)
A bad week gets a whole lot worse for a young man (Matthew Mariconte) who dons an alien apparatus that he found inside a meteorite.
Yellowstone Cubs (1963)
In YELLOWSTONE CUBS, hunger and curiosity drive Tuffy and Tubby, two young cubs in Yellowstone National Park. When they're separated from their mother, chaos and calamity occur as they are turned loose on vacationers and campers, with hilarious results. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.
Lonely In America (1990)
Arun (Ranjit Chowdhry) comes to the United States from his native India with aspirations of becoming a success. However, when he arrives in New York City, he finds the reality to be much more humbling and frustrating. He is initially unable to find any work except for a magazine stand run by his conservative uncle, Max (Tirlok Malik). Meanwhile, Arun tries to adjust to his new culture but finds the changes very difficult. Eventually, he starts to adapt and thrive.
Ties That Bind (2011)
Ties that Bind is a 2011 drama film directed by Leila Djansi, starring Kimberly Elise, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde and Ama K. Abebrese. It was filmed in Ghana. It received 7 nominations at the 8th Africa Movie Academy Awards and eventually won the award for the category Achievement in Screenplay.
Bringing Up Father (1946)
Bringing Up Father is a 1946 American comedy film, based on the comic strip Bringing Up Father by George McManus, about the adventures of the social-climbing Maggie and her long-suffering husband Jiggs. Here, one of Maggie's society friends enlists her help in getting an undesirable tenant evicted, a tenant who turns out to be Jiggs himself. Meanwhile Jiggs rounds up his friends from the bar to defend his turf.
McManus briefly appears here as himself. This 1946 production is subsequent to a number of previous Maggie and Jiggs movies, both animated and live-action, notably a silent 1928 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film directed by Jack Conway. This one was successful enough to inspire four more Monogram sequels:
Jiggs and Maggie in Society (1948)
Jiggs and Maggie in Court (1948)
Jiggs and Maggie in Jackpot Jitters (1949)
Jiggs and Maggie Out West (1950)
All five of these featured former vaudevillian Joe Yule (father of Mickey Rooney) as Jiggs, and were his final films.
Shed Your Tears and Walk Away (2009)
Cass comes to terms with his mortality and tries to end a cycle of self-destruction.
For Horowitz (2006)
For Horowitz is a 2006 South Korean drama film directed by Kwon Hyung-jin and starring Uhm Jung-hwa, Shin Eui-jae and Park Yong-woo.
South Of The Border (2009)
South of the Border is a 2009 American documentary film directed by Oliver Stone. The documentary premiered at the 2009 Venice Film Festival. Writer for the project Tariq Ali calls the documentary "a political road movie". Stone stated that he hopes the film will help people better understand a leader who is wrongly ridiculed "as a strongman, as a buffoon, as a clown." The film has Stone and his crew travel from the Caribbean down the spine of the Andes in an attempt to explain the "phenomenon" of Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez, and account for the continent's "pink tide" leftward tilt. A key feature is also Venezuela's recent Bolivarian revolution and Latin America's political progress in the 21st century. In addition to Chávez, Stone sought to flesh out several other Latin American presidents whose policies and personalities generally get limited, or according to Stone, biased media attention in the United States and Europe, notably: Evo Morales of Bolivia; Cristina Kirchner and former president Néstor Kirchner of Argentina; Rafael Correa of Ecuador; Raúl Castro of Cuba; Fernando Lugo of Paraguay; and Lula da Silva of Brazil.
Forbidden Valley (1938)
Forbidden Valley is a 1938 American action film written and directed by Wyndham Gittens. It is based on the 1937 novel The Mountains Are My Kingdom by Stuart Hardy. The film stars Noah Beery Jr., Frances Robinson, Robert Barrat, Fred Kohler, Alonzo Price and Samuel S. Hinds. The film was released on February 13, 1938, by Universal Pictures.
The Broken Horseshoe (1953)
The Broken Horseshoe is a 1953 British crime film directed by Martyn C. Webster and starring Robert Beatty, Elizabeth Sellars, Peter Coke and Hugh Kelly. A surgeon is drawn into a murder case when he offers shelter to a woman who has witnessed a killing linked to a horse-doping syndicate. It was based on a six-part television series The Broken Horseshoe which had aired the previous year.
Trailin' West (1936)
Trailin' West (UK title: On Secret Service) is a 1936 American western film starring Dick Foran and directed by Anthony Coldway.
The Dolls of Lisbon (2011)
The Dolls of Lisbon is NYC's Antagonist Art Movement's latest exploit inspired by the Zapatista Dolls of Mexico, a souvenir that travelled the world symbolizing a rebellion against the legacy of Andy Warhol's commodification of art.
Bye Bye Bluebird (1999)
Bye Bye Bluebird is a 1999 Danish-Faroese comedy-drama film directed by Katrin Ottarsdóttir and starring Hildigunn Eyðfinsdóttir and Sigri Mitra Gaïni. The satirical film relates the tale of two eccentric young women who, after years abroad, return to their native Faroe Islands, and embark on a strange road trip. The film received awards at several film festivals including Lübeck Nordic Film Festival, Rouen Nordic Film Festival and the International Film Festival Rotterdam.
Nomads is a 1986 American horror and thriller film written and directed by John McTiernan. It stars Pierce Brosnan, Lesley-Anne Down, and Anna Maria Monticelli. The story involves a French anthropologist who is an expert on nomads. He stumbles across a group of urban nomads who turn out to be more than he expected.
Mary Last Seen (2010)
A young woman and her boyfriend go on a trip, but it quickly becomes clear that their relationship is not what she thinks.
How Are You, Dad? (2009)
Relationships between fathers and sons.
Primal Scream (1988)
A blonde (Julie Miller) hires a private eye (Kenneth McGregor) to find out more about a corporation's deadly fuel of the future.
When baby Sebastian is born on 12/12/12 everyone around him starts to die. Soon, his mother realizes that her son is the spawn of Hell.
The Panther Squad (1984)
Future united nations pit a commando (Sybil Danning) and her squad against a terrorist group called Clean Space.
The Experiment (2012)
Desperate for money, Mary is hired to test a series of home-based drugs. The experiment goes horribly wrong, and she enters a world of drug-induced madness and surreal sensuality.
Tout ce que tu possèdes (2012)
All That You Possess (French: Tout ce que tu possèdes) is a Canadian drama film, released in 2012. Written and directed by Bernard Émond, the film stars Patrick Drolet as Pierre Leduc, a doctoral student and university lecturer in Quebec City who dreams of abandoning his academic career to translate the poetry of Edward Stachura.
The film garnered three nominations at the 1st Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Director and Best Original Screenplay nods for Émond and Best Actor for Drolet.
Oso Blanco (2009)
The history of the most-notorious prison in the Caribbean.
Demon Wind (1990)
Demon Wind is a 1990 American horror film directed by Charles Philip Moore. The film concerns a group of friends who travel to an old farm, and soon find they can't leave as a mysterious fog sets in.
Un amore in prima classe (1980)
Un amore in prima classe (internationally released as Love in First Class) is a 1980 Italian comedy film directed by Salvatore Samperi.
Treasure of the Aztecs (1965)
Der Schatz der Azteken (Treasure of the Aztecs) is a 1965 West German, French and Italian western film adventure directed by Robert Siodmak.
Le brasier ardent (1923)
Elle is unhappy with her husband and tries to seduce a man he resists her attentions, and she stays with her husband.
A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg (2002)
Married couple Bri (Alan Bates) and Sheila (Janet Suzman) have a daughter named Josephine (Elizabeth Robillard) who was born with severe cerebral palsy. Although the wheelchair-bound Jo is unable to move or speak, Sheila insists there is some possibility her daughter could get better. Bri, who deals with his emotional suffering through vicious black humor, has no such hopes and grows increasingly preoccupied with horrific fantasies about ending the family's suffering once and for all.
Search and Destroy (1988)
A commando (J. Christian Ingvordsen) and his team trap foreign terrorists in a top-secret virus plant, which leaks.
The Sleepless (2012)
When he falls in love, a professional wrestler (Shawn Andrews) with mob connections tries to change his violent lifestyle.
Bombay Clipper (1942)
Bombay Clipper is a 1941 film featuring Maria Montez in an early role. Turhan Bey also appears.
It was based on the exploits of cross ocean flyers. Filming started June 1941.
A Kid from Tibet (1992)
A Kid from Tibet is a 1992 Hong Kong martial arts-action film directed by and starring Yuen Biao. The film features two more former members of the Seven Little Fortunes: Yuen Wah as an evil sorcerer and a cameo appearance from Jackie Chan. A Kid From Tibet is the only film to date that Yuen has directed. It was filmed in Taiwan, Hong Kong and partly on location in Tibet.
I'm Almost Not Crazy: John Cassavetes - the Man and His Work (1984)
I'm Almost Not Crazy: John Cassavetes, the Man and His Work is a 1989 American documentary directed by Michael Ventura and starring John Cassavetes.