Blondie's Holiday (1947)
Blondie (Penny Singleton) wants money, so Dagwood (Arthur Lake) plays the horses and winds up in jail.
The Life of Oharu (1952)
In feudal Japan, Oharu (Kinuyo Tanaka), the daughter of royal samurai Shinzaemon (Ichiro Sugai), secretly has a passionate romance with Katsunosuke (Toshir Mifune), a man with a meager social standing. When the couple is found out, the law comes down hard on this breach of class: Katsunosuke is put to death and Oharu and her family are banished from the kingdom. Destitute and disgraced, Shinzaemon sells Oharu into prostitution, and she spends years searching for love.
Purgatorio: A Journey Into the Heart of the Border (2013)
The meaning of borders to people living along the line between the United States and Mexico.
Alabama Love Story (2003)
Romance unexpectedly blooms between a senator's wife and the penniless cowboy who kidnapped her.
An all-girl rock band (Robin Johnson, Patti Lee, Barbara M. Bingham) helps a doomed sorority forced to compete in revealing sports.
Night Siege Project: Shadowchaser 2 (1994)
An engineer (Bryan Genesse), a scientist (Beth Toussaint) and her son defend a nuclear base from terrorists led by an android (Frank Zagarino).
The Disciple (1915)
Jim Houston arrives in a lawless town to bring back order.
Three boys from different parts of India and a blind chess player compete in tournaments.
Revenge of the Teen-Age Vixens From Outer Space (1985)
Frustrated by Earth teens (Lisa Schwedop, Howard Scott, Amy Crumpacker), lusty aliens start turning people into garden vegetables.
After a vampire (Rachel Waters) saves her life, a woman (Caroline Haines) has 48 hours to decide whether to kill herself or let the curse of eternal bloodlust take hold.
Photographing Fairies (1997)
A photographer (Toby Stephens) becomes obsessed with two British girls' contention that they cavorted with fairies.
Dryads - Girls Don't Cry (2015)
A teenager's life suddenly becomes exciting when a band moves in next door. When she falls under the spell of the lead singer, she learns that being cool comes with a price.
Midnight in Saint Petersburg (1996)
British spy Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) pursues a mission to recover plutonium stolen by terrorists.
La Maladie de Sachs (1999)
An unhappy French physician (Albert Dupontel) falls for a charming patient (Valerie Dreville) while maintaining a facade for the others.
Ellen Foster (1997)
In this TV movie set in the American South during the 1980s, 11-year-old Ellen (Jena Malone) enters a life of hardship after her mother's suicide. Fleeing her abusive father, she goes first to live with her bitter grandmother (Julie Harris) and then is shuttled to one strange household after another, always beset by new problems and difficulties but gaining strength and insight along the way. The title of the film refers to her misunderstanding the phrase "foster family."
Armi Alive! (2015)
A theater group creates a show about the iconic visionary.
The Las Vegas Story (1952)
On a visit to Las Vegas, the wealthy Lloyd Rollins (Vincent Price) goes on a gambling streak, much to the dismay of his beautiful wife, Linda (Jane Russell). While in town, Linda decides to stop by her old stomping grounds, a casino, where she runs into her former flame, Lt. Dave Andrews (Victor Mature). Though Andrews hopes to rekindle his romance with Linda, missing jewelry, murder and kidnapping hinder those plans, and he must get to the bottom of the crimes.
Aghet: A Genocide (2010)
From 1915 to 1918, the Ottoman Empire massacres over a million Armenians.
Go for It (1983)
Two secret agents (Terence Hill, Bud Spencer) must prevent a villainous inventor from detonating his bomb in a large city.
Saxophone Colossus (1998)
Combining concert footage with candid interviews, director Robert Mugge's look into the life of famed jazz musician Sonny Rollins follows him from New York City to Tokyo for his many performances. Rollins, known for his improvisational skills on the saxophone, speaks about his career and is also featured playing with the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra in Tokyo. Archival footage and interviews with his wife and several jazz critics flesh out the portrait of this jazz icon.
Kingdom of Conquerors (2013)
A Taoist priest (Zhao Youliang), rumored to know the secret of immortality, sets forth to end Genghis Khan's string of bloody conquests.
Blue Skies (1946)
Aging New York radio star and former dance sensation Jed Potter (Fred Astaire) tells his life story on the air. It comes dramatized through a series of vignettes that recount a decades-long love triangle that started between a much younger Potter, his one-time Army buddy and show-business rival, Johnny Adams (Bing Crosby) and a spitfire showgirl and nightclub singer, Mary O'Hara (Joan Caulfield). Throughout, musical numbers featuring the songs of Irving Berlin punctuate the drama.
To the Last Man (1933)
In 1860s Kentucky, the neighboring Hayden and Colby clans have been at each other's throats for years, and the family feud turns violent when hotheaded Jed Colby (Noah Beery) murders an elderly member of the other family. Jed is put in jail for a long sentence, and most of the Haydens depart for the West to avoid further troubles, leaving behind only young Lynn Hayden (Randolph Scott) to watch the homestead. But when Jed is finally released, he goes after the Haydens, with Lynn on his tail.
The Man I Love (1997)
A nightclub singer becomes involved in an accidental death as a petty racketeer tries to force his attentions on her.
The Day Of The Cobra (1980)
A former narcotics detective is re-hired to track down an old nemesis working the streets and back alleys of Genoa.
3 Little Pigs and the Magic Lamp (2016)
Best friends follow a treasure map to a mysterious lamp that could unlock the secrets of the forest.
NASCAR Now (2007)
Race fans can keep on top of all things NASCAR with this weekday series, chock full of the latest news and highlights, plus opinion, debate and analysis from drivers, crew chiefs and insiders. It's hosted by Mike Massaro and Nicole Manske on a rotating basis, while Allen Bestwick chairs the Monday round-table edition.
Wild Animal Baby Explorers (2010)
Animals investigate the natural world.
My Hometown (2012)
Looking to revisit that small town feel where your neighbors knew your name and life had its own unique way of making things right? Look no further, My Hometown is a family friendly series that is reminiscent of an after school special. The daily tribulations of family with a feel-good solution is what keeps this show on peoples watch list. Perfect for your 10 year old child or the 70+ grandparent. A value added show for all viewers.
Buddy: Tech Detective (2015)
Viewers help choose and use the technologies for Buddy and his team to solve the case.
Hide and Seek (2019)
Amur senza fin is a Swiss romantic comedy-drama television film directed by Christoph Schaub. It is the first-ever Romansh language television film and made its debut at the Festival del film Locarno. The film was also screened at the Toronto International Film Festival before airing on Swiss national television in September 2018. Cinema Management Group purchased the international distribution rights for the film.
Berlin Calling (2008)
Berlin Calling is a 2008 German tragicomedy directed by Hannes Stöhr. The movie depicts the events following DJ and producer Ickarus's institutionalization for drug abuse.
The Girl (2014)
A kidnapped girl is rescued by a young boy, and in return is compelled to save him from the horrors that lie in his home.
Coming Home (2011)
Promised Land (2013)
Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 (2020)
Tabbott's Traveling Carnivale of Terrors (2019)
The Hat Man: Documented Cases of Pure Evil (2019)
Eyewitnesses share their stories of how they encountered an evil entity known as, "The Hat Man". Director Kyle J. Macias has compiled the eyewitness stories into a full presentation into the Hat Man phenomena.
New World Order (2015)
Edge is a 2015 television pilot produced by Amazon Studios. It is a Western set in Kansas based on the Edge book series by George G. Gilman.
Mission Manila (1990)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1956)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (in French Notre-Dame de Paris) is a 1956 French film version of Victor Hugo's novel of the same name, directed by Jean Delannoy and produced by Raymond Hakim and Robert Hakim. The film is the first version of the novel to be made in color. It stars Mexican actor Anthony Quinn as Quasimodo and Gina Lollobrigida as Esmeralda. In the tradition of many sword and sandal spectacles, Quinn and Lollobrigida are the only two actors in the film who actually speak in English; the rest of the cast is made up of French actors who have had their voices dubbed into English. Anthony Quinn's portrayal of the hunchback Quasimodo is more human and less horrific than most other portrayals. Instead of having a huge hump and a hideously deformed face, he only has a small curve in his spine and a slightly deformed face. The film is one of the few adaptations to use Victor Hugo's original ending; although Esmeralda is killed by a stray arrow rather than hanged. Esmeralda's last words were: "Life is wonderful" ("C'est beau, la vie"). A voiceover narration tells us at the end that several years afterward, an excavation group finds the skeletons of Quasimodo and Esmeralda intertwined in an embrace.
The Beginning (2013)
Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham (2020)
Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham is an upcoming Indian Malayalam-language epic historical period film co-written and directed by Priyadarshan. Set in the 16th century, it is based on the battle exploits of Kunjali Marakkars—the naval chieftains of the Zamorin of Calicut. Kunjali Marakkars organised the first naval defense of the Indian coast by safeguarding Calicut from Portuguese invasion for almost a century. The screenplay was co-written by Ani Sasi. The film was produced by Aashirvad Cinemas with Moonshot Entertainments and Confident Group as co-producers.
Torn Apart: Separated At The Border (2019)
Nearly 3,000 families with children were separated at the U.S.-Mexico border in 2018. Torn Apart: Separated at the Border offers first-person stories of how the immigration crisis has affected two of those mothers and their young children, who were separated from each other for months. Directed and produced by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ellen Goosenberg Kent (Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1) and Talos Films, this intimate 40-minute documentary followed those families for nine months after they fled life-threatening conditions in their home countries to seek asylum in the United States.
After escaping violence that claimed the lives of her husband and two uncles in Honduras, María was detained and separated from her 10-year-old son Alex for 70 days. Vilma fled from her abusive husband in Guatemala and was placed in ICE detention, while her 11-year-old daughter, Yeisvi, was put into foster care for eight months. The film tracks both women as they navigate a complicated system, fight orders of deportation and try to find their children, who were placed thousands of miles away. With the help of friends and family, pro bono lawyers and community volunteers, Vilma and María eventually reunite with Yeisvi and Alex, yet both pairs await uncertain futures as their asylum claims remain pending.
The film illuminates the laborious journey migrant families – including many women and children escaping violence and abuse – make to reach the U.S., only to be detained indefinitely and have their children transported to facilities hundreds, if not thousands, of miles away. Providing a human context to a fraught political issue, the documentary short reveals how arduous reunification is after separation for asylum seekers. Families detained at the border in 2018 were separated for an average of three months and some have yet to be reunited.
Scott Peterson: An American Murder Mystery (2017)
When 27-year-old expectant mother Laci Peterson vanishes on Christmas Eve, suspicion falls on her husband, Scott. Take a deep, intimate look into the gripping investigation and explosive trial that became a national spectacle.
Black Lightning (2009)
Black Lightning (Russian: Чёрная Молния; translit. Chornaya Molniya) is a 2009 Russian action superhero film directed by Alexandr Voitinsky and Dmitry Kiseliov, and produced by Timur Bekmambetov.
WWE Night of Champions 2012 (2012)
CM Punk vs. John Cena, WWE Championship; Sheamus vs. Alberto Del Rio, World Heavyweight Championship; Randy Orton vs. Dolph Ziggler; R-Truth & Kofi Kingston vs. Kane & Daniel Bryan, WWE Tag Team Championship; Layla vs. Kaitlyn, Divas Championship. From Boston.
Big Top (2006)
The Question (2012)
The Sunday Round-Up (1936)
The Moneytree (1992)
The Moneytree is an independent film that had a theatrical release in 1992 in the United States. It received reviews in several publications such as the Los Angeles Times and the San Francisco Chronicle.
"The Moneytree" is a film about one of life's most basic choices - do you work for a bank for thirty years to get the money you want, or do you just rob the bank? David, the protagonist in this action comedy, is a clandestine cultivator of the notorious Weed De Mal; in other words he grows pot for a living. His best friend tells him he's stupid; "it's a small-time suckers game". His girlfriend thinks he's crazy, but David likes what he's doing and can't see the harm in it; "did you ever see anyone lying in the gutter with a joint in his hand?" Come to think of it, I haven't still things start to come apart when a good buddy is busted in L.A.X., while another meets something far more nasty than the police. David knows he should pull out, but some how this seems"dishonorable"; and he goes on with the play hoping to pull it off in the last few frames. We're all heroes in our own movie. "The Moneytree" offers a surprising look at the other side of the headlines.
There is no writer credited because, although the actors were given a story line, all the dialogue is improvised.
The film's ending leaves one wondering if the film is more of a documentary than is implied.
Black Sheep Films worked on the re-release of The Moneytree on April 20, 2012 with a new soundtrack and edit.
It is believed that the film-maker really was a grower and the film is essentially a true story.
Bolshoi Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty (2017)
The Kiss of Her Flesh (1968)
Black Sabbath: The Black Sabbath Story, Volume Two (1992)
Fixing a Flirt (1912)
Outlaw Motorcycles (1966)
Lucifer, God's Most Beautiful Angel (1991)
The Big Game Haunt (1937)
Loose Loot (1953)
Loose Loot is the 146th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1953 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
Tryst Haunt (1993)
The Singles (1967)
Tuesday in November (1945)
Tuesday in November was a propaganda short about the 1944 United States presidential election produced by the Office of War information for overseas distribution. It is meant to explain how the democratic process in America works.
The film begins with a small town schoolteacher who takes the day off to supervise the local election committee with representatives of the two major parties. Their first visitor is the local milkman. The camera stops at the booth curtains, because every election in America is secret, but then takes an "imaginary" look about what goes on inside the voting booth.
The film then follows standard civics book descriptions of the three branches of government, checks and balances, and the political parties. The narrator notes two previous war time elections, 1864 and 1916, and the vigorous debate over important issues that has gone on in the country for this contest.
Bought & Sold (1988)
The Real Buddy Holly Story (1987)
Professor Lust (1967)
The Little Bee (1993)
Marcel the Shell with Shoes On, Three (2014)
Adventure in Telezonia (1950)
The Royal Opera House: Madama Butterfly (2017)
Cio-Cio-San, the young Japanese bride of dashing American officer Lieutenant Pinkerton, finds her romantic idyll shattered when he deserts her shortly after their marriage. She lives in hope that one day he will return.
The Harrowing (1993)
Baby Jesus (2001)
Isle of Caprice (1969)
The Projectionist (2019)
Die rote Linie - Widerstand im Hambacher Forst (2019)
Spooks & Creeps: A Collection Of Horrific Shorts (2001)
Muhammad Ali: Through The Eyes Of The World (2001)
Muhammad Ali - Through the Eyes of the World presents an unparalleled, celebrity-filled tribute to one of the most extraordinary personalities ever to capture the public's imagination! Discover the powerfully moving story of how Ali's fight for glory in the ring transformed him into an international hero whose achievements resonate with millions around the world.
Greetings from Out Here (1993)
Greetings from Out Here is a 1993 road trip documentary film which captures the people, places and politics of gay America in the Deep South.
It was the first Independent Television Service (ITVS) program to be broadcast nationally. It received an invitation to the Sundance Film Festival and was acquired for international broadcasts by the BBC, Channel Four, and the Canadian Broadcasting Company.
Ancient Code: Are You Ready for the Real 2012? (2009)
Daylight Saga (2012)
Little Playdates: Little Friends (2005)
War and Peace: Part II - Natasha Rostova (1966)
Robin Williams Live (2002)
Prince and the N.P.G. Present... 3 Chains o' Gold (1994)
3 Chains o' Gold is a 1994 direct-to-video film produced and directed by Prince and starring Prince and The New Power Generation. It is a video collection, tied together with a loose plotline. The film was the 69th best-selling video of 1994.
The Erotic Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1976)
Hornblower: Duty (2003)
Fear of Disclosure (1989)
Mars - The Quest for Life (2008)
Midnight in a Toy Shop (1930)
Midnight in a Toy Shop is a 1930 Silly Symphonies animated film directed by Wilfred Jackson and produced by Walt Disney Productions.
Drum Struck (1992)