Gladiator of Rome (1962)

A slave rescues a woman from the onslaught of ravaging Roman invaders.

Time of Favor (2001)

Winner of Six Israeli Oscars including Best Picture, "Time of Favor" is a taut thriller about the tense relationship between the orthodox nationalists and the military. Both a political-psychological drama and a love story between a passionate woman and two best friends, "Time of Favor" raises important questions of faith to one's religion, duty to one's nation, and love for oneself.

Naughty Flirt (1931)

A spoiled heiress leaves her boyfriend only to become involved with a man who secretly desires her money.

Half Japanese: The Band That Would Be King (1993)

Filmmaker Jeff Feuerzeig documents the strange career of Jad and David Fair's avant-garde rock duo, Half Japanese. Formed in the pre-punk 1970s and originally releasing their music on self-distributed cassettes, the brothers quickly gained renown in the fringe-rock underground due to their lo-fi recording style and deliberately minimal musical skills. The film includes interviews with both brothers as well as famous fans like magician Penn Jillette and Velvet Underground drummer Maureen Tucker.

The End of Summer (1962)

A widower who runs a sake brewery, Manbei Kohayagawa (Ganjir Nakamura) has three daughters. Manbei's middle daughter, Fumiko (Michiyo Aratama), lives with him, and her husband is employed at the brewery. Manbei's eldest daughter, Akiko (Setsuko Hara), resides with her youngest sister, Noriko (Yoko Tsukasa), away from their childhood home. While the girls come to their father for advice, he gets into trouble when they discover that he has rekindled a romance with an old mistress (Chieko Naniwa).

Maa Kasam (1985)

When Balwant returns home after a jail sentence, he kills those around him in search of a rare ring, but ends up back in prison, waiting to be released, so he can continue his search.

The Pervert's Guide to Ideology (2012)

Slavoj Zizek discusses his ideas on fantasy, reality, sexuality, subjectivity, desire, materiality and cinematic form.

How to Be a Detective (1936)

A lecturer (Robert Benchley) discusses skills needed to become a successful detective, including identifying criminal types, obtaining a confession, and incarcerating a prisoner.

Without Air (1995)

Life for a stripper (Lauri Crook) means doing drugs or fighting with her boyfriend (Jack May).

Love 101 (1999)

Two college roommates find their friendship put to the test when they both fall in love with the same sexy student.

The Amorous Milkman (1972)

A libidinous milkman delivers more than the morning quart to a series of bored housewives.

Maan Gaye Mughal-E-Azam (2008)

India's Research and Analysis Wing assigns Arjun Rastogi to infiltrate a dance troupe named the Kalakar Theatre Company in order to prevent the planting of explosives.

Affliction (2012)

A film director (Amos Phillips) plans to relive the terrible experiments that were once conducted by his Nazi grandfather.

Staying Alive (2012)

Two strangers in a hospital grieve the possible deaths of their husbands, who both had heart attacks.

The Winds of Kitty Hawk (1978)

The Wright brothers, Wilbur (Michael Moriarty) and Orville (David Huffman), have a flair for invention, and they turn their skills toward aeronautics. Experimenting with creating the first airplane, they face competition from other like-minded pioneers. Eventually, they successfully launch their first flight in North Carolina, marking a momentous event in aviation history. While the brothers continue to develop their flight technology, they must deal with newfound attention that comes with it.

Groupie Girl (1970)

A young woman bored with her provincial upbringing stows away in a rock group's van and is quickly introduced to the sordid side of the music scene.

Romantik Komedi 2: Bekarliga Veda (2013)

Didem is the last unmarried woman in her group of friends and uses a guide book to get her boyfriend to propose.

1 Out of 7 (2011)

A teenage runaway (Laura Ramsey) winds up homeless and pregnant but finds help from a woman (Vivica A. Fox) who has demons of her own to overcome.

The Secret Heart (1946)

Penny Addams (June Allyson) lives in a constant state of depression stemming from the trauma of her father's death when she was just a young girl. Her brother, Chase (Robert Sterling), and stepmother, Lee (Claudette Colbert), work to help Penny process her grief through psychotherapy and revisiting their past, but only the revelation of long-buried family secrets -- including her mother's secret lover and the true nature of her father's death -- can bring Penny out of her intense despair.

The Magic Fountain (1961)

Cedric Hardwicke narrates the story of a dying king and his three sons.

The Extraordinary Voyage (2011)

Experts take on the most challenging film restoration ever attempted.

The Desert Hawk (1950)

Aladdin (Jackie Gleason) and Sinbad help a Persian blacksmith (Richard Greene) rescue Princess Scheherazade (Yvonne De Carlo) from a plotting prince.

8Man After: Perfect Collection (1993)

A cyborg superhero's mysterious disappearance leaves a city open to attack from unlawful street gangs.

Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aye (1993)

An alcoholic artist who meets and falls in love with a troubled woman in a rehabilitation clinic.

The Great Divide (1930)

Posing as a bandido, a businessman (Ian Keith) abducts a Roaring '20s flapper (Dorothy Mackaill) hoping to reform her.

Song of the Sea (1952)

A matriarch (Margarida Cardoso) and her family try to improve their lot in a drought-stricken region of Brazil.

Crazy Desire (1964)

Conservative middle-aged businessman Antonio (Ugo Tognazzi), traveling alone on a driving tour across Italy, crosses paths with a group of rowdy teenagers in a seaside resort town. Immediately smitten by the beautiful young Francesca (Catherine Spaak), one of the girls in the group, the normally upstanding Antonio spends the evening carousing on the beach and the boardwalk with her and her friends, funding their increasingly out-of-control bacchanal.

The Geek (1987)

Yuppie campers (Brad Armacost, Christine Noonan) enter the domain of a backwoodsman, his silent daughter and his chicken-mauling son.

Ballot Measure 9 (1994)

In 1992, Ballot Measure 9 divided Oregon over the issue of gay rights. The proposed amendment to the state's constitution would have excluded homosexuals from anti-discrimination protections. This documentary chronicles the controversy over the measure and the heated battle between the measure's conservative advocates and its opponents. As voting day nears, the fight against Measure 9 becomes increasingly important as campaigners find themselves the target of physical attacks.

Cutter's Way (1981)

Best friends Richard Bone (Jeff Bridges) and Alex Cutter (John Heard) are two middle-class guys living in an upper-class town. The Santa Barbara buddies get dragged into a murder mystery when Richard accidentally spots a man ditching a body into a trash can. Alex, an embittered Vietnam veteran who lost an eye and leg in the war, thinks what Richard saw is worth something, especially when it comes out that the potential murderer is a wealthy and powerful man in the community.

Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell (1951)

Posing as a man over 70, a lecturer (Clifton Webb) enters an old-folks home to prove age is a state of mind.

Zipper: Coney Island's Last Wild Ride (2012)

A real-estate mogul grabs up the rented lot of a small-time operator of a carnival ride.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)

Scientist Dr. Henry Jekyll (John Barrymore) is intelligent and diligent, but also uptight and extremely serious about his work. When his friend, Sir George Carew (Brandon Hurst), takes him to a show featuring the sensual Miss Gina (Nita Naldi), an aroused Jekyll sets out on a quest to separate man's saintly and sinful sides. His experiments succeed, and his evil alter ego, Mr. Hyde, is created. As the doctor uncontrollably alternates between Jekyll and Hyde, danger looms.

Kung Fu From Beyond the Grave (1982)

Humans use martial arts to battle ferocious zombies.

Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1989)

A "metal fetishist" (Shin'ya Tsukamoto), driven mad by the maggots wriggling in the wound he's made to embed metal into his flesh, runs out into the night and is accidentally run down by a Japanese businessman (Tomorowo Taguchi) and his girlfriend (Kei Fujiwara). The pair dispose of the corpse in hopes of quietly moving on with their lives. However, the businessman soon finds that he is now plagued by a vicious curse that transforms his flesh into iron.

Naked Jane (1995)

Apathy and depression keep a young, would-be writer from bringing her relationship and her life into focus.

Jails, Hospitals & Hip-Hop (2000)

Writer, performance artist and actor Danny Hoch adapts his 1998 one-man show to the big screen by blending footage of live performances with on-location dramatizations of stories from the show. Hoch variously adopts the personas of an angry prison guard, a rap-obsessed teenager from Montana, an elderly Jewish woman, and a crutch-carrying Cuban man, among others. Hoch closes the film as himself, being interviewed about his experiences as a struggling actor.

The Wishing Machine (1971)

Two young boys find their overactive imaginations leading them on numerous adventures.

Pussy Riot - A Punk Prayer (2013)

Three Russian women face a seven year prison term for a satirical performance in a Moscow cathedral.

The Forty First (1956)

An unexpected romance develops for a female Red Army sniper and a male officer of the White Army.

The Case of the Lucky Legs (1935)

Perry Mason (Warren William) is hired to find Frank Patton, a contest promoter who skips town before he pays the winner. When Perry finally tracks him down, Frank is dead and Perry has to find the killer.

Law and Lead (1937)

In border country, Cattlemen's Association employee Jimmy Sawyer (Rex Bell) hits the dusty trail in pursuit of a bandit known as the Juarez Kid (Donald Reed). Sawyer has a special investment in the case, though, because he is close friends with the Juarez Kid. The Kid told him years earlier that he would reform. In light of this, Sawyer suspects that somebody is impersonating his friend, running roughshod along the countryside and tarnishing the real Juarez Kid's name.

The High-Powered Rifle (1960)

A private detective (Willard Parker) falls for the girlfriend (Allison Hayes) of a racketeer whom he believes has targeted him for death.

World and the Flesh (1932)

A soldier of fortune asks a heavy price to save a woman and her friends from Russian revolutionaries.

Three (1969)

An English girl (Charlotte Rampling) joins two American buddies (Sam Waterston, Robie Porter) in an old car on a summer tour of Europe.

Aladdin and His Magic Lamp (1968)

Young Aladdin loses his lamp and the genie inside to a wicked merchant.

High Tide (1947)

A private detective (Don Castle) becomes ensnared in the escalating conflict between a gambling syndicate leader and a crusading newspaper editor (Lee Tracy).

The Darkening (1995)

A psychic investigator (Jeff Rector) visits a woman's seemingly idyllic inn where demons lurk.

Oklahoma Blues (1948)

A deputy sheriff (Jimmy Wakely) pursues robbers and their boss.

(2008)

A band of soldiers is ordered to protect a key strategic vantage point from advancing forces at all costs.

Officer 13 (1933)

A rich but bored woman has a rude awakening when her search for excitement leads her to the company of gangsters.

Ingagi (1930)

Two adventurers on a wildlife expedition of Africa encounter a jungle tribe that offers female sacrifices to gorillas.

The Man in the Back Seat (1961)

Two youths attack a bookmaker carrying the night's take from a racetrack.

Hum Dono (1961)

An army officer (Dev Anand) must break the news to the fragile wife (Nanda) of his look-alike colleague that her husband was lost in battle.

Crepúsculo Rojo (2008)

A rancher lands in trouble when the interest on his loan accumulates.

The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists (1995)

Filmmaker Les Blank profiles cowboy artist Gerald Gaxiola.

I Cheated the Law (1949)

An attorney (Tom Conway) learns he was duped into being his gangster murder client's (Steve Brodie) alibi.

Todos los Pecados del Mundo (1971)

One of the seven deadly sins is exemplified in this collection of stories.

The Lone Wolf and His Lady (1949)

When a gem disappears from an exhibition, jewel-thief-turned-reporter Lone Wolf (Ron Randell) is accused.

Muchachas de Acapulco (1977)

A group of youngsters accepts the invitation of a writer to go on a sailboat at sea, but something sudden and serious happens.

Hills of Old Wyoming (1937)

Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) and his sidekicks (George Hayes, Russell Hayden) catch a deputy rustling cattle.

The Condemned (2012)

Ana travels to Rosales to open a museum dedicated to her father's work to preserve his legacy as a great doctor. The townspeople, destitute and helpless, do not greet her warmly and the house treats her worse.

Slither (1973)

Fresh out of prison for car theft, Dick Kanipsia (James Caan) goes to visit a fellow ex-con, Harry Moss (Richard B. Shull), and arrives just in time to see him gunned down by faceless assassins. Dick tracks down Harry's friend Barry (Peter Boyle), who reveals that he and Harry had a small fortune they entrusted to a shady investment expert years ago. Dick and Barry form an uneasy partnership and, with the help of a sexy drifter named Kitty (Sally Kellerman), try to trace the money.

Aastha (1997)

Married couple Mansi and Amar have just enough to make ends meet. But a chance encounter with a female pimp gives Mansi a dubious opportunity to better the couple's life.

Winter a Go-Go (1965)

Jeff Forrester (William Wellman Jr.) inherits Snow Mountain, a run-down ski lodge, and decides to revive it with the help of fast-talking Danny Frazer (James Stacy). The two hire a group of girls to work as scantily clad "ski honeys," and they book the hottest rock 'n' roll acts to attract business. But, as the teenage staff grows increasingly distracted by flirting and frolicking in the snow, crooked banker Jordan (Walter Maslow) schemes to make Forrester default on the resort's mortgage.

Coronación (1976)

A bourgeois bachelor is haunted by the memory of childhood traumas brought about from rigid discipline at home.

Crepúsculo (1944)

A surgeon is besieged by desire and betrayal in a loving circle that surrounds death.

Another Dawn (1943)

Two men and a woman face political corruption and their own passions.

El cofre del pirata (1959)

Before being killed, a man gives two men a map that leads to a hidden treasure.

El Tigre de Guanajuato (1964)

Obsessed with taking revenge for the death of his father, a man discovers that his worst enemy is the woman that he loves.

Escuela de Rateros (1956)

The partner of a thief is murdered and the police disguises an impostor exactly like the dead man to catch the murderer.

A Florida Enchantment (1914)

A young woman becomes attracted to other females after she swallows a seed that makes her mannish.

Turn of the Blade (1994)

The actress wife (Crystal Owens) of a photographer (David Christensen) falls prey to a stalker in a play and in real life.

Sindoor (1987)

A man (Shashi Kapoor) from her past threatens a woman's domestic happiness.

Every Other Weekend (1990)

A self-centered actress (Nathalie Baye) tries to relate to her estranged children (Joachim Serreau, Flicie Pasotti) on a road trip.

At the Grey House (1925)

Hinrich wants to marry a serf,but after his rival brother returns home, tragedy soon follows.

Song of the Open Road (1944)

A Hollywood star (Jane Powell) escapes in disguise to pick crops with high-school students her own age.

On the Sly (2011)

A little girl with the power to be invisible to her parents uses it to disappear.

Thrill of a Lifetime (1937)

Performers (Ben Blue, Judy Canova, Yacht Club Boys) try out a new musical at Camp Romance for would-be lovers.

My Home Is Copacabana (1965)

Slum children (Leila Santos De Sousa, Cosme dos Santos, Antonio Carlos De Lima) live by their wits on the streets of Rio de Janeiro.

Texas Buddies (1932)

A World War I veteran (Bob Steele) nabs payroll crooks, by horse and by plane.

State of Violence (2010)

A South African corporate leader's past as a revolutionary comes back to haunt him.

Confessions of a Police Captain (1972)

An Italian police commissioner (Martin Balsam) tells the district attorney (Franco Nero) what he had to do to catch a crime boss.

Ladies in Distress (1938)

An old schoolmarm (Alison Skipworth) turns mayor and brings back her worst student (Robert Livingston) to clean up the town.

Collector's Item (1988)

A Parisian businessman's coincidental meeting with a former lover leads him into a dangerous web of passion and deceit.

The People's Choice (1946)

Laryngitis turns a small-town guy (Drew Kennedy) into a mysterious radio star.

Othello (1922)

In this silent version of the Shakespeare play, military ensign Iago (Werner Krauss) chafes upon learning that Gen. Othello (Emil Jannings) has appointed a younger man, Cassio (Theodor Loos), as his lieutenant. Further offended to discover that Othello, a dark-skinned Moor, has secretly married Desdemona (Ica von Lenkeffy), the daughter of a senator, Iago plots revenge. Playing upon Othello's volatile nature, Iago plants clues that Desdemona has been unfaithful with Cassio.

The Clown: Payday (2005)

A former crime-fighter (Sven Martinek) comes out of retirement after the mobster who killed his lover escapes from prison.

Alice in Wonderland: What's the Matter With Hatter? (2007)

Alice follows a white rabbit to a magic land of unusual characters.

Flirting With Fate (1916)

A man hires an assassin to kill him but, later, has a change of heart.

La Gaviota (1955)

A beautiful dancer falls in love with a painter, and learns that he is married when his wife visits him.

Freefall (1999)

An FAA inspector (Bruce Boxleitner) and a transportation-safety investigator (Jaclyn Smith) learn that a plane crash is the work of a madman.

Art Is ... the Permanent Revolution (2011)

The works of Rembrandt, Goya, Picasso and others are on display, as three artists and a master printer discuss the dynamic sequences of social reality and protest.

Beer Is Cheaper Than Therapy (2011)

Filmmaker Simone de Vries investigates the rise in suicides among young American veterans and soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Natural History of the Chicken (2000)

People with special connections to chickens are interviewed in this documentary about the ubiquitous fowl. Among the many unusual anecdotes are the story of a chicken resuscitated thanks to her owner's CPR skills, a cockfight breeder whose loud roosters annoy his neighbors and a headless chicken that was a sideshow attraction for many years. Facts about the poultry industry are interspersed with the stories, providing a quirky and well-rounded portrait of the bird.

Wild Guitar (1962)

A Hollywood wheeler-dealer (William Watters) exploits a motorcycling rock 'n' roller (Arch Hall Jr.) new in town.

R (2010)

Sent to prison for assault, Rune has to quickly figure out the complex system of rules, honor and obligations.

Prison Shadows (1936)

An ex-con prizefighter uncovers the elaborate fight-fixing scheme responsible for the death of his last opponent.

To Mary, With Love (1936)

Newsreel clips punctuate the years in a rich couple's (Warner Baxter, Myrna Loy) marriage, from 1925 to 1935.

Thunderground (1989)

A boxcar hobo (Margaret Langrick) posing as a boy becomes another hobo's (Paul Coufos) manager in bare-knuckle brawls.