My Name Was Bette: The Life and Death of an Alcoholic (2011)

Filmmaker Sherri L. VandenAkker chronicles a woman's battle with alcoholism using photographs, medical records and court documents.

Brandbilen som försvann (1993)

Brandbilen som försvann is a 1993 Swedish police film about Martin Beck, directed by Hajo Gies.

The Golden Boat (1990)

The Golden Boat is a 1990 American film directed by Raúl Ruiz.

Bogwoman (1997)

Bogwoman is a 1997 film that follows the story of Maureen, a woman born in the Boglands of County Donegal who moves across the border to the Bogside to marry a Derry man.

Black Bandit (1938)

Black Bandit is a 1938 American Western film written and directed by George Waggner. The film stars Bob Baker, Marjorie Reynolds, Wally Wales, Jack Rockwell, Forrest Taylor and Glenn Strange. The film was released on September 16, 1938, by Universal Pictures.

Nomad Riders (1982)

A crime boss sends three outlaw bikers to stop a policeman (Tony Laschi) out to bust his business.

The Magic Bow (1946)

The Magic Bow is a 1946 British musical film based on the life of the Italian violinist and composer Niccolò Paganini. It was directed by Bernard Knowles. It was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival.

Charge of the Black Lancers (1962)

Charge of the Black Lancers is a 1962 adventure film directed by Giacomo Gentilomo and starring Mel Ferrer, Yvonne Furneaux and Leticia Román.

Blackmailer (1936)

Blackmailer is a 1936 American thriller film directed by Gordon Wiles and starring William Gargan, Florence Rice and H.B. Warner.

I Do, I Don't (2011)

The effects modern day life has on biblical ideals.

The Destiny of Lesser Animals (2011)

Inspector Koomsin (Yao B. Nunoo) begins a crime-laden journey to escape his past and return to America.

Family Affair (2010)

Family Affair is a documentary film directed by Chico Colvard, exploring a history of abuse that had gone on inside his family, as a child. The movie was produced by Chico Colvard and Liz Garbus. It opened theatrically in Los Angeles on July 30, 2010 and opened in New York City on August 13, 2010 at the 14th Annual DocuWeeks. The film is a joint venture between OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network and Discovery Communications.

The Black Parachute (1944)

The Black Parachute is a 1944 American film starring John Carradine and Larry Parks.

Red Planet Mars (1952)

Red Planet Mars is a 1952 science fiction film released by United Artists based on a 1932 play Red Planet written by John L. Balderston and John Hoare. It starred Peter Graves and Andrea King and was directed by art director Harry Horner in his directorial debut.

Routine Pleasures (1986)

What do a club devoted to model trains and the legendary film critic and painter Manny Farber have in common? These two lines intersect in Jean-Pierre Gorin’s lovely and distinctly American film, which takes as its subject the desire to re-create the past (the locomotive aficionados’ elaborate worlds in miniature, Farber’s teeming canvases) and expands to something richly philosophical and surprisingly funny. Routine Pleasures is a masterful meditation on America’s landscapes, real and imagined.

Tribu (2007)

Tribu is a 2007 Filipino crime drama film directed by Jim Libiran, released in its home country of the Philippines. It stars real life gang members from the film's setting in Tondo, Manila. The tagline is: "Every night, juvenile tribes prowl the streets of Tondo. An explosive hiphop, freestyle gangsta celebration of inner city Manila."

Play In The Gray (2009)

All the King's Men, a Boston-based drag-king troupe, is a theatrical group of women.

Juan Charrasqueado y Gabino Barrera, su verdadera historia (1982)

The bond between two adventurers falls apart when both fall for the same woman.

Putty Hill (2010)

Putty Hill is a 2010 American independent drama film directed by Matthew Porterfield, and starring Sky Ferreira, Zoe Vance, and James Siebor. The plot focuses on friends and family who gather to remember a young man in the aftermath of his death and attempt to reconstruct his last days.

Blind Spot (1947)

Blind Spot is a 1947 American mystery thriller film noir directed by Robert Gordon, and starring Chester Morris, Constance Dowling and Steven Geray.

Pál Adrienn (2011)

Pál Adrienn is a 2010 Hungarian drama film directed by Ágnes Kocsis. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival.

Go Ganges! (2012)

Josh Thomas and J.J. Kelley tour the Ganges River.

Mannen på balkongen (1993)

The Man on the Balcony (Swedish: Mannen på balkongen, German: Der Mann auf dem Balkon) is a 1993 Swedish-German crime thriller film, based on the book The Man on the Balcony written by Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö. This is the fourth film which stars Gösta Ekman as Martin Beck and Rolf Lassgård as Gunvald Larsson. "Mannen på balkongen" has been considered as the best ever Martin Beck film starring Gösta Ekman, and Gösta Ekman became highly popular and regarded for his brilliant portrayal of Martin Beck in this picture by his fans. His fine performance also attracted several new fans to his side, and "The Man on the Balcony" was one of the most successful films in Sweden in the year of 1993.

The Search for the Evil One (1967)

A hunter (Lee Patterson) of Nazis finds a castle in Argentina where Hitler and his gang are planning a fourth reich.

The Blue Yonder (1985)

The Blue Yonder is a 1985 American science-fiction adventure film. It was directed by Mark Rosman, written by Mark Rosman, produced by Alan Shapiro and Annette Handley, and starred Peter Coyote, Huckleberry Fox, Art Carney, Dennis Lipscomb and Joe Flood.

Touch the Sun: Devil's Hill (1988)

Sent off by their unwell mother, Sam (Cameron Atkins) and his sister, Jessie (Emma Pugh), go to Tasmania to live with their pioneer cousin, Badge (Alexander Jacobs), on the family farm. But the young, bullying city-slicker finds life on the frontier to be harder than he expected. When their cow runs away, the children embark on a wild adventure through the bush to find her. As they face life and death situations, each must confront their fears and work together for the good of the family.

Dark Amazon (2014)

A documentary film crew travels into the Amazon jungle after a cure for cancer is found. They are busy filming the researchers when they come under attack by physical and supernatural forces.

A Technicolor Dream (2008)

Pink Floyd, Pretty Things and other bands hold a concert in 1967 to benefit a British underground newspaper called "International Times."

Before Morning (1933)

Before Morning is a 1933 American pre-Code crime drama directed by Arthur Hoerl, and starring Leo Carrillo, Lora Baxter, and Taylor Holmes. The film was adapted for the screen by Arthur Hoerl, from the 1933 Broadway play of the same name by Edward and Edna Riley.

The Golden Touch (1935)

The Golden Touch is a Walt Disney Silly Symphony cartoon made in 1935. The story is based on the Greek myth of King Midas, albeit with a medieval setting.

The Secret of the Urn (1966)

When a one-armed, one-eyed samurai comes into possession of a priceless artifact, he finds every villain in the land has painted a target on his back, believing a one-handed swordsman will put up little fight. Those foolish enough to underestimate him will swiftly learn their lesson.

Wednesday's Child (1999)

A troubled teenager (Summer Knight) and her brother meet a recluse who says he has the power to heal.

Ruby and Rata (1990)

Ruby and Rata is a 1990 New Zealand comedy-drama film, directed and produced by Gaylene Preston.

Kojak: None So Blind (1990)

Inspector Kojak (Telly Savalas) ties a love-and-money murder plot to a chain-store tycoon (Rip Torn) and a mobster (Jerry Orbach).

Unnatural Causes (2008)

Julia and Matt are the owners of a successful advertising agency in Barcelona. Apparently they are happily married, but Matt, a very talented professional but unstable person, is confident his wife is cheating on him. He has her followed and when he thinks his suspicions are confirmed, arranges her murder. Unable to stand his own guilt Matt commits suicide. Julia has survived the murder attempt but her life is still in danger in a world of where everything is possible for the rise to power.

The Cosmic Man (1959)

The Cosmic Man is a 1959 independently made black-and-white science fiction film, produced by Harry Marsh and Robert A. Terry, directed by Herbert S. Greene, that stars John Carradine and Bruce Bennett. The film was distributed by Allied Artists.

Border Romance (1929)

Border Romance is a 1929 American Pre-Code romantic western film directed by Richard Thorpe. It stars Armida, Don Terry, Marjorie Kane, and Victor Potel.

Whang long xue bei (1977)

Employees of a Japanese transportation company and a Chinese forwarding agency clash in a bloody conflict.

Border Wolves (1938)

Border Wolves is a 1938 American Western film directed by Joseph H. Lewis and written by Norton S. Parker. The film stars Bob Baker, Constance Moore, Fuzzy Knight, Dick Jones, Willie Fung, Oscar O'Shea and Frank Campeau. The film was released on February 25, 1938, by Universal Pictures.

Night Wind (1999)

Le Vent de la nuit (Night Wind in English) is a French drama film that came out in 1999, starring Catherine Deneuve and directed by Philippe Garrel, with a score by John Cale. It tells a story of transient loves and willed deaths, in which a callow young man abandons an older woman and loses a wiser friend.

Ballplayer: Pelotero (2012)

Two Dominican baseball players face challenges as they try to make it to the Major Leagues.

Boss of Boomtown (1944)

Boss of Boomtown is a 1944 Western film directed by Ray Taylor. It stars Rod Cameron, Tom Tyler and Fuzzy Knight.

There Once was an Island: Te Henua e Nnoho (2011)

The effects of climate change in the Pacific.

Boss of Rawhide (1943)

Texas Rangers are sent to investigate a series of mysterious killings.

They Call Me Macho Woman! (1991)

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Süskind (2012)

Süskind is a Dutch war film directed by Rudolf van den Berg. The film is based on the life of Walter Süskind and is set in Amsterdam during the Second World War. The film was released in the Netherlands on 19 January 2012.

Bruce vs. Bill (1981)

Two kung-fu masters (Bruce Le, Bill Louie) fight over a hidden treasure.

Colorado Ambush (1951)

Colorado Ambush is a 1951 American western film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Johnny Mack Brown, Myron Healey and Lois Hall.

Little Noises (1992)

Little Noises is a 1992 dramedy film directed by Jane Spencer. The movie was released on June 1, 1992 in the United States and stars Crispin Glover as an awkward and unsuccessful writer who achieves fame after stealing the poetry of a deaf-mute. Little Noises was initially intended to be released straight to video but was given a theatrical release by Monument Pictures.

Rock and a Heart Place (2006)

A band plays 50 shows in 30 days to entertain the poor.

Cet Amour-là (2002)

French writer Marguerite Duras (Jeanne Moreau) begins a 16-year love affair with a much younger man (Aymeric Demarigny) who becomes her secretary.

Zhao le (1993)

A man (Huang Zongluo) starts a club for fellow retirees, but they soon discover their meeting spot will be torn down to put up a karaoke club.

A Little Stiff (1991)

A Little Stiff is a 1991 minimalist comedy directed by Caveh Zahedi and Greg Watkins based on true events and re-enacted by the actual participants. Caveh Zahedi plays himself as a neurotic film student who develops a crush on art student Erin McKim after a brief encounter in an elevator. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 1991, aired on the Sundance Channel and German Television Station WDR, and was released on home video by World Artists. The film is currently unavailable, although IFC Films was planning a re-release in 2008.

Two Tons of Turquoise to Taos Tonight (1975)

“A film without a beginning or an end,” in Downey’s words, this Dadaist thingamajig—a never-before-seen, newly reedited version of the director’s 1975 release Moment to Moment (also known as Jive)—is a rush of curious sketches, scenes, and shots that takes on a rhythmic life of its own. It stars Downey’s multitalented wife, Elsie, in an endless succession of off-the-wall roles, from dancer to cocaine fiend.

The Dead Hate the Living! (2000)

The Dead Hate the Living! is a 2000 low budget zombie film written and directed by Dave Parker and produced by Full Moon Entertainment.

Come Dance with Me! (1959)

Come Dance with Me! (French: Voulez-vous danser avec moi? Italian release "Sexy Girl") is a 1959 French-Italian drama film directed by Michel Boisrond and starring Brigitte Bardot. The film is based on the novel The Blonde Died Dancing by Kelley Roos.

Twisted Rails (1934)

Twisted Rails is a 1934 American film directed by Albert Herman. It was distributed by the independent Imperial Distributing Corporation for the states-rights market. The plot concerns $50,000 in gold that is hidden on a train and a gang's efforts to get it.

Spoilers of the North (1947)

Spoilers of the North is a 1947 American film directed by Richard Sale and starring Paul Kelly, Lorna Gray (billed as "Adrian Booth"), and Evelyn Ankers.

Arsenal (1929)

Arsenal (Ukrainian: Арсенал, also alternative title January Uprising in Kiev in 1918) is a Soviet war film by Ukrainian director Alexander Dovzhenko. The film was shot at Odessa Film Factory of VUFKU with the camera of legendary cameraman Danyl Demutskyi and using the original sets made by Volodymyr Muller. The expressionist imagery, perfect camera work and original drama took the film far beyond the usual propaganda and made it one of the most important pieces of Ukrainian avant-garde cinema. The film was made in 1928 and released early in 1929. It is the second film in his "Ukraine Trilogy", the first being Zvenigora (1928) and the third being Earth (1930). The film concerns an episode in the Russian Civil War in 1918 in which the Kiev Arsenal January Uprising of workers aided the besieging Bolshevik army against the Ukrainian national Parliament Central Rada who held legal power in Ukraine at the time. Regarded by film scholar Vance Kepley, Jr. as "one of the few Soviet political films which seems even to cast doubt on the morality of violent retribution", Dovzhenko's eye for wartime absurdities (for example, an attack on an empty trench) anticipates later pacifist sentiments in films by Jean Renoir and Stanley Kubrick.

Antarctica (1991)

Filmmaker John Weiley explores the continent and its animals, as well as the scientists who work there.

Smoothtalker (1990)

A police detective (Joe Guzaldo) and his ex-wife (Blair Weickgenant) work on separate cases of a telephone-sex killer.

Roseanna (1993)

Roseanna is a 1993 Swedish police film about Martin Beck, directed by Daniel Alfredson, based on the novel Roseanna (1965).

Claws (1977)

Cat eyes watch a boy (Jason Roberts) left home alone by his parents (Brian O'Shaughnessy, Sandra Prinsloo) on their farm in 1920s Africa.

That's Action (1990)

Starring some of the industry's hottest action stars, That's Action takes you behind the scenes in Hollywood to see movie magic up close. Your screen will explode with everything from car stunts, tank battles, boat chases, to knife fights and many other thrilling action scenes and stunts.

Tabloid (2011)

Tabloid is a 2010 American documentary film directed by Errol Morris. It tells the story of Joyce McKinney, who in 1977 was accused of kidnapping and raping Kirk Anderson, an American Mormon missionary. The incident, known as the Mormon sex in chains case, became a major tabloid story in the United Kingdom and triggered a circulation battle between two popular tabloid newspapers, the Daily Mirror and the Daily Express. The film is based on interviews of McKinney, journalist Peter Tory (1939-2012), and photographer Kent Gavin conducted by Morris. The film makes reference to Mormon culture, such as temple garments.

The Shadow Returns (1946)

The Shadow Returns is a 1946 American comedy crime film directed by Phil Rosen and starring Kane Richmond, Barbara Read and Tom Dugan. It features the pulp character The Shadow, already a popular hero of novels and a radio show. It was the first in a series of three films released by Monogram in 1946 starring Richmond in the role.

Donde tú estés (1964)

A doctor's (Stefano Accorsi) life takes a mysterious turn when his ambulance plunges into a river.

Zita (1968)

While taking care of her dying aunt Zita (Katina Paxinou), Annie (Joanna Shimkus) decides to make an evening of it and experience the nightlife of Paris. During her nocturnal wanderings, the teenage girl falls in with some of the city's grungier residents; this is not always to her benefit, as Annie learns when her aunt's physician, Dr. Bernard (Paul Crauchet), has to bail her out of jail. But when she meets Simon (Josep Maria Flotats), a young jazz musician, her life changes drastically.

Crypt of Dark Secrets (1976)

A resurrected Vietnam vet takes revenge on his killers.

Future Lasts Forever (2011)

Future Lasts Forever (Turkish: ''Gelecek Uzun Sürer'') is a 2011 Turkish drama film, written and directed by Özcan Alper, starring Gaye Gürsel as an Istanbul music student who travels to south-east Turkey to record traditional music and confront her own past. The film, which will go on nationwide general release across Turkey on November 11, 2011 (2011-11-11), was awarded 5 prizes at the 18th International Adana Golden Boll Film Festival (September 17–25, 2011) and premiered in competition at the 36th Toronto International Film Festival (September 8–18, 2011).

The Paleface (1922)

The Paleface is a 1922 Buster Keaton two-reeler Western comedy film.

King of the Gamblers (1948)

King of the Gamblers is a 1948 American crime film directed by George Blair and starring Janet Martin, William Wright and Thurston Hall. The film's sets were designed by the art director Frank Hotaling.

La femme de l'hôtel (1984)

A Woman in Transit is a 1984 Canadian French-language drama film directed by Léa Pool.

Bayou (1957)

Bayou was a 1957 motion picture directed by Harold Daniels. The drama was set in the Louisiana bayou region. Produced by American National Films, it was also shot in Barataria Bay, Louisiana, and most of the characters are Cajun residents of a rural fishing village. Bayou features one of the few lead roles by noted character actor Timothy Carey.

The Wild Racers (1968)

The Wild Racers is a 1968 American feature film about a Grand Prix racing car driver.

Buffalo Girls (2012)

Buffalo Girls is a documentary film about two eight-year-old Thai girls who engage in professional Muay Thai boxing in rural Thailand. The film was directed by Todd Kellstein and produced by Lanette Phillips and Jonathon Ker. It had its World Premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival on January 22, 2012. The film was singled out in several previews of the festival, including those by the Los Angeles Times, the Salt Lake City Weekly and the Park Record. Film critic Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times called the film "unexpected and fascinating." The film received a favorable review in The Hollywood Reporter, and was reviewed locally by Salt Lake Magazine, and SLUG Magazine

Cheer Up, Sam (2010)

A young man moves home after dropping out of college and meets an interesting girl at his old job.

Wagon Train (1940)

Wagon Train is a 1940 American film directed by Edward Killy and starring Tim Holt. It was this film that really started Holt's series of B Westerns for RKO, replacing those made by George O'Brien.

Feelin' Screwy (1990)

Three inner-city teens' carefree life of rap and romance is threatened by the actions of a neighborhood drug dealer.

Minds of Terror (2003)

Three stranded college students (Nicole Crawford, Matthew Mazouch, Patrick McCaffery) tie together a trio of horror tales.

Fear No More (1962)

Fear No More is a 1961 American thriller film directed by Bernard Wiesen and starring Mala Powers, Jacques Bergerac and Anna Lee Carroll. It was based on a 1946 novel of the same name by Leslie Edgley.

Prison Warden (1949)

The new warden (Warner Baxter) of a bad prison finds his biggest problem is his wife (Anna Lee).

Federal Agent (1936)

Federal Agent is a 1936 American crime film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Barry Barringer. The film stars William Boyd, Irene Ware, Don Alvarado, Lenita Lane, George Cooper and Charles A. Browne. The film was released on April 14, 1936, by Republic Pictures. Famed in his Western role of Hopalong Cassidy, Bill Boyd appeared in three 1936 films of non Western genre for Winchester Productions all produced by George A. Hirliman, directed by Sam Newfield, and released by Republic Pictures. The other films were Burning Gold (1936 film) and Go-Get-'Em, Haines.

Descent Into Darkness (2002)

Dark Descent is a 2002 film written and directed by Daniel Knauf.

Federal Man (1950)

Federal Man is a 1950 American crime film directed by Robert Emmett Tansey and starring William Henry, Pamela Blake and Robert Shayne.

Dog Star Man (1964)

An ax-wielding man (Stan Brakhage) and his dog walk up a steep hill to chop down a dead tree. That very simple act serves as the starting point for a swirl of seemingly random, often repeated images as the man ascends through snow -- from a full moon to a naked woman to twisty mountains and streams. Via the visual assault, viewers are asked to understand man's personal, internal history and how he must endure despite being lost in the surrounding onslaught.

The Truth Is Out There (2011)

Dean Haglund searches for the truth behind conspiracies.

Hallelujah the Hills (1963)

Hallelujah the Hills (1963) was written, directed and edited by Adolfas Mekas. The picture was his first feature film. In 1963 after screenings in the Cannes Festival Critics’ section, the Montreal Film Festival, and the Locarno festival where it won the Silver Sail, Hallelujah the Hills, Adolfas Mekas’ first feature film made its US debut at the First New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center on September 14, 1963. It received rave reviews and went on to a 15-week engagement at the Fifth Avenue Cinema in New York, and movie theatres around the country. It is available in 16mm and 35mm from Anthology Film Archives and the Museum of Modern Art.

The Mountain Runners (2012)

The history of America's first mountain endurance foot race in Bellingham, Wash., in 1911.

Sen Kimsin? (2012)

A wealthy widow has a hidden motive for hiring a wannabe detective (Tolga Cevik) to find her missing stepdaughter.

The Corn is Green (1979)

A strong-willed teacher, determined to educate the poor and illiterate youth of an impoverished Welsh village, discovers one student whom she believes to have the seeds of genius in him.

Bloodlust (1992)

Bloodlust is a 1992 Australian vampire film.

A Good Man (2009)

A law professor witnesses a colleague, friend and mentor murdering his wife, creating a serious moral dilemma for the former man.

Blue Planet (1990)

Blue Planet is an IMAX film directed by Ben Burtt, and produced by the IMAX Space Technology corporation for the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum, as well as Lockheed Corporation. Filmed with the cooperation of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), it was written, edited, and narrated by Toni Myers.

The Fanatics (1997)

The Fanatics (also known as Fumbleheads) is a 1997 comedy film starring Ed Asner, Mark Curry, Barry Corbin and Austin Pendleton.

Sax Rohmer's The Castle of Fu Manchu (1969)

Christopher Lee reprises his role as Fu Manchu, who's uncovered a way to convert oceans into ice as part of his plan to rule the world. He kidnaps Prof. Heracles (Gustavo Re) to help him but doesn't know the man is gravely ill. To save him, Fu abducts a doctor and his nurse (Günther Stoll and Maria Perschy, respectively) to operate on Heracles. In the meantime, Fu's nemeses (Richard Greene and Howard Marion-Crawford) are on the way to stop him.

Gimme The Loot (2012)

Malcolm and Sofia are the most determined teenage graffiti-writers in the Bronx. But when a rival gang buffs their latest masterpiece, they hatch a plan to get their revenge by planning the ultimate graffiti tag – to “bomb” the Mets’ home run apple. The only hitch is that they need to raise $500 to pull off their spectacular scheme. Over the course of two whirlwind, sun-soaked summer days, Malcolm and Sofia travel on an epic urban adventure involving black market spray cans, illicit bodegas, stolen sneakers, a high stakes heist, and a beautiful, stoned girl whose necklace is literally their key to fame. “A uniquely fresh, affectionate and downright huggable debut feature,” (Mark Olsen, LA Weekly) GIMME THE LOOT is the charming, funny, daring story of two taggers that will do anything to become the biggest writers in the city.

Freetime Machos (2010)

Freetime Machos is a Finnish documentary film about the bromance of two players in world's most northerly rugby club called OYUS Rugby based in Oulu, Finland. The film is directed by Mika Ronkainen and it had its world premiere at the Joris Ivens Competition of IDFA in November 2009. The film got its North American premiere at Tribeca Film Festival in April 2010. It was also part of the Edinburgh International Film Festival in June 2010.

A Very Young Lady (1941)

A Very Young Lady is a 1941 film comedy starring Jane Withers and Nancy Kelly. The movie was directed by Harold D. Schuster.

Puzzle (2006)

Puzzle is a 2006 South Korean film, the feature directorial debut of Kim Tae-kyung. A group of crooks are summoned together by an unknown master planner to carry out a bank robbery, but then it goes fatefully wrong.