River of Gold (1971)

River of Gold is a 1971 American TV movie which was an ABC Movie of the Week.

To Whom It May Concern: Ka Shen's Journey (2009)

To Whom It May Concern: Ka Shen's Journey is a 2009 docudrama about actress Nancy Kwan. Directed and written by former Warner Bros. executive Brian Jamieson, the film depicts Kwan's meteoric rise to fame when she was selected to star in the 1960 film The World of Suzie Wong and the 1961 film Flower Drum Song. In an era when White people played the Asian roles in Hollywood, Kwan's achievement was groundbreaking. The film portrays Kwan's being cast for inconspicuous roles after her early success.

Shootout (2007)

Variety editor-in-chief Peter Bart and movie producer Peter Guber discuss the film industry and interview A-list Hollywood guests.

The Outstanding Woman (2014)

Woo Hee is a relationship column editor of a magazine. She is a prominent woman as there are endless calls and requests for signature and pictures of her. However, in her head, she's always thinking about playing hard to get!Jae Hong is a long time friend she doesn't want for herself but is too good to let go. Woo Hee can't forget her ex, Chun Kwan's password to his house. Younger guy Joo Seung just won't stop texting her. She has to be nice to her friend who's always there for her like a mother. However, she doesn't want to give up her successful career as well.

Mary Rice Hopkins & Puppets with a Heart (2008)

Mary Rice Hopkins and Darcie Maze combine music with puppets to deliver valuable life lessons.

Island In The Sun (1957)

Island in the Sun is a 1957 De Luxe in CinemaScope drama film produced by Darryl F. Zanuck and directed by Robert Rossen. It features an ensemble cast including James Mason, Harry Belafonte, Joan Fontaine, Joan Collins, Dorothy Dandridge, Michael Rennie, Stephen Boyd, Patricia Owens, John Justin, Diana Wynyard, and Basil Sydney. The film is about race relations and interracial romance set in the fictitious island of Santa Marta. Barbados and Grenada were selected as the sites for the movie based on the 1955 novel by Alec Waugh. The film was controversial at the time of its release.

VeggieTales: Where's God When I'm S-Scared? (1993)

Where's God When I'm S-Scared? contains two hilarious, fully computer-animated stories that teach kids a biblical perspective on handling everyday fears."Tales from the Crisper" After watching a scary Frankencelery movie, five-year-old Junior Asparagus gets some help from an unlikely duo. Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber come to the rescue with a rollicking song, teaching Junior that God is bigger than anything he might be afraid of. "Daniel and the Lions' Den" The second segment takes us from Junior's bedroom to ancient Babylon as the VeggieTales crew stages a musical adaptation of the classic Bible story. Larry the Cucumber, playing the role of Daniel, finds himself in deep trouble thanks to the king's conniving wisemen, played with zest by a trio of slippery scallions. In the end, Daniel learns that even in the lions' den, he is still in God's hand!"

A Letter To True (2008)

Filmmaker Bruce Weber pays tribute to his dogs and those of his friends.

Tiësto in Concert (2003)

Tiesto was the first DJ to hold a solo concert in a stadium, on May 10th 2003 he performed for 25,000 people in Arnhem's GelreDome. Relive Tiesto's groundbreaking concert once again with improved image and sound. Essential!

Live from the Moon (2013)

Live From the Moon is a journey into the modern world of surfing pursuing the most remote and exotic locations. Body Glove's top athletes track and follow enormous ocean swells around the planet, scoring some of the most incredible surf of the year.

The Bermuda Triangle Solved? (2001)

What has made hundreds of ships and planes dissapear off the cost of Florida for the last century..is it a myth, or is there really a 'Bermuda Triangle'?

Paul's Case (1980)

This American drama film debuted in 1980. It is set in 19th century Pittsburgh and is about a young man named Paul who dreams of escaping his poverty stricken life. He seizes the opportunity by stealing a significant sum of money and relocates to New York City. In New York, Paul makes a name for himself and becomes a respected gentleman. The film is based upon a story written by Willa Cather.

A Strip Called Destiny (2009)

An abusive and neglectful husband from Los Angeles tries to keep his life under control until his wife's best friend comes to town from New York and needs a place to stay. After a night of hard drinking Stu finds himself in the arms of the law. After his confinement Stu has a new circle of friends and new habits which change his life forever. Stu is then left with a choice to destroy his new life or forget the ways of the past.

JC in tha Hood (2008)

An urban messiah (Dale Stelly) arrives to help four lost souls.

Curse of Pirate Death (2006)

While researching their pirate heritage, students decide to search for the treasure of a murderous pirate and encounter his evil spirit.

UFO Chronicles: Contact with Aliens (2013)

UFO Chronicles: Contact With Aliens is a look at the work of Alfred Lambremont Weber who was the main person who was pushing for a White House investigation into the possibility of aliens. This unique film allows for you to so Weber discuss the topic of what our relationship with other intelligent civilizations are. Weber sees the future of mankind as resting in the cosmos and believes that they are some very fundamental and important steps that we must take before we are able to communicate with another civilization.

The Underwater City (1962)

The Underwater City is a 1962 American sci-fi Eastmancolor film about overcoming engineering obstacles for establishing an underwater living environment. The film was directed by Frank McDonald, produced by Alex Gordon and written by Gordon's wife Ruth Alexander. Columbia Pictures released the film as a double feature with The Three Stooges Meet Hercules.

Goin' with the Flo (2010)

An abused wife, who is in denial, has become pregnant. So now, she has someone else's safety to consider. Her college-age daughter and her best friend encourage her to act, but still she hesitates.

I'll Wait For You (1941)

I'll Wait for You is a 1941 American drama film directed by Robert B. Sinclair and written by Guy Trosper. The film stars Robert Sterling, Marsha Hunt, Virginia Weidler, Paul Kelly, Fay Holden and Henry Travers. The film was released on May 16, 1941, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Achtung Baby: A Classic Album Under Review (2007)

This DVD contains the ultimate review and critical analysis of U2's most pivotal album. It offers a previously unobtainable level of insight into the band during the recording of their most dynamic and well respected album. Via the use of live footage, long forgotten videos and the review, criticism and insight of a panel of highly opinionated experts, this package delivers the finest documentary film yet to emerge on Dublins favorite sons. Achtung Baby was the album that fired U2 into the 90s when the four-piece dramatically overhauled their traditional approach to songwriting.

Beats of the Heart: Sukiyaki and Chips: The Japanese Sounds of Music (1984)

This video travelogue showcases of the music of Japan which blends western styles like jazz, rock and blues. From the goofy, high-stakes world of teen pop, to a look at a master shakuhachi (traditional flute) player, to old-line music hall shows, SUKIYAKI AND CHIPS demonstrates the dizzying spectrum of Japanese music.

Pride & Groom: A Wedding Special (2012)

Celebrating one year of marriage equality in New York, this docu-style special follows an engaged Upstate couple on their journey to wedded bliss.

Cavite (2005)

Cavite is a Filipino-American thriller film in English and Tagalog, written and directed by Filipino American filmmakers Neill Dela Llana and Ian Gamazon which also stars them as the film's leads.

The Naked Feminist (2004)

The Naked Feminist is a 2004 documentary film about sex-positive feminist women working in the American pornography industry. It is the debut work of Australian film maker Louisa Achille and features interviews with Marilyn Chambers, Christi Lake, Ginger Lynn Allen, Chloe Nicole, Sharon Mitchell, Nina Hartley, Veronica Hart, Kylie Ireland, Annie Sprinkle and Candida Royalle. Some of these women were members of Club 90, an early support group of female porn performers, and all of them found their work in porn empowering. The 58-minute-long film won an audience award at the South by Southwest Festival in 2004.

Son of Ghostman (2013)

After losing his job and his girlfriend, a guy (Devin Ordoyne) moonlights as the "son" of a local celebrity horror host.

Rhubarb (1951)

Rhubarb is a 1951 film adapted from the 1946 novel Rhubarb by humorist H. Allen Smith. Directed by Arthur Lubin, the screwball noir comedy stars the cat Orangey along with Jan Sterling and Ray Milland. Cinematography was by Lionel Lindon. Fourteen different cats portrayed Rhubarb at different points in the film. Each cat was trained to do a different trick. Three of the most similar looking cats appeared in the courtroom scene where Polly Sickles has to choose which one is the real Rhubarb.

Navy Blue And Gold (1937)

“Truck” Cross (James Stewart) is a hardworking midshipman, sworn to regain his father’s disgraced honor. Roger Ash (Robert Young) is a cynical, top-notch athlete hiding a heart of gold, and Richard Gates (Tom Brown) is the pampered but determined son of New York socialites. They are three very different young men who find themselves rooming together during their first year at the Naval Academy of Annapolis. Here they learn the real meaning of teamwork and competition as they lead the battle on and off the Navy’s fields of glory. Navy Blue and Gold is an engaging, heartwarming Hollywood tribute to one of America’s most hallowed institutions, from the opening kickoff to the final two-minute, tear-filled finale.

Underwater Thailand: Adventures in the Andaman Sea (2012)

The resort island of Phuket, Thailand on the Andaman Sea features perhaps the best diving experience in the world. Explore3D Travel's filmmakers have captured the essence of these experiences. The expanse of corals and varied sea life, all bathed in crystal clear blue waters, bringing spectacular underwater 3D to the screen that is immediate in its feel and look. You are purchasing an HD copy. To purchase a 3D bluray copy,email al(at)3DGuy.tv

Ku_on (2015)

Around 200 years ago, a meteorite fell in a village in the Tohoku region. There was no immediate damage after the impact, but after some time, the villagers living in the vicinity experienced genetic mutations and a few gained "special powers". An ordinary office worker, Hiroyuki Sano, suddenly exhibits these powers one day. A man who claims to have the same powers as him appears before him...

Edge Of The City (1957)

Two New York City longshoremen Axel Nordmann, an Army deserter and Tommy Tyler, an easy-going freight car loader whose growing friendship is threatened by Charles Malik, a notably repellent punk.

Bull Runners of Pamplona (2011)

For 8 days in July, a herd of massive fighting bulls power down cobbled streets, along with a petrified mass of thrill seekers. The dark beasts roar and skid; men with red bandanas are scattered like skittles. It's scariest chase in the world.

Natural Possession: Director's Cut (2008)

A man slowly transforms into his alter ego. He is a tortured soul, and the man delves into a world where he murders without thinking. The man is fighting a battle of good and evil in his mind, creating horrible consequences.

Jimi Hendrix: Live at Woodstock (1999)

Live At Woodstock features all of the existing film footage from Jimi's unforgettable August, 1969, Woodstock concert newly re-edited and presented uninterrupted in its original performance sequence.

Josh (2013)

Josh: Independence Through Unity is a 2013 Pakistani mystery thriller drama film written, directed and produced by Iram Parveen Bilal with co-producers Saad Bin Mujeeb and Kelly Thomas. Film was released at Eid-ul-Fitr in Pakistan and India on 10 August 2013. The film stars Aamina Sheikh, Mohib Mirza, Khalid Malik, Naveen Waqar, Adnan Shah, Kaiser Khan Nizamani, Parveen Akber, Nyla Jafri, Salim Mairaj, Faizan Haqquee, Ali Rizvi in the ensemble cast.

5 Seconds of Summer: So Perfect (2014)

Trace the meteoric rise of 5SOS from their humble beginnings in a Sydney suburb to worldwide fame in this unauthorized, very first and in-depth biography, featuring electrifying archive footage and intimate interviews with the boys.

This Is Not A Ball (2014)

This Is Not a Ball is a feature documentary film premiered in June 2014 produced by Emilio Azcarraga Jean and Bernardo Gomez and El Mall and Videocine as producing companies. The documentary is directed by Brazilian artist Vik Muniz and Juan Rendón. The documentary narrates the story of how a small round object such as a soccer ball can transform the lives of individuals and communities around the world. It explores the passion for soccer in countries such as Brazil, Mexico, Germany, Sierra Leone, China and Pakistan. Throughout the documentary, there are interviews with children from the favelas of Rio de Janeiro, with American astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and other personalities.

Three Loves Has Nancy (1938)

Three Loves Has Nancy (1938) is a romantic comedy film starring Janet Gaynor, Robert Montgomery and Franchot Tone. Set in New York City, it was directed by Richard Thorpe.

To Catch a Dollar: Muhammad Yunus Banks on America (2010)

To Catch a Dollar: Muhammad Yunus Banks on America is a 2010 documentary film directed and produced by Gayle Ferraro about the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner's ongoing campaign against poverty around the world. It touches on the beginnings of the original Grameen Bank in the 1970s, then focuses primarily on the beginnings of Grameen America's work in the US, especially the launch of its first programs in Queens, New York in 2008. The title of the film comes from a clip of Muhammed Yunus speaking in the film: "In a world where you need a dollar to catch a dollar, you need to have something to help the bottom people to lift themselves up." The film premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. It is expected to open in New York City and Los Angeles in early 2011 and then go into general release in the United States and abroad.

Zombie eXs (2012)

Zombie eXs is a 2013 American zombie comedy film written Jean Cohen and George Smith, directed by George Smith, starring Aex Hammel-Shaver, Scott Keebler and Madison Hart and distributed by Alternative Cinema/Bloody Earth Films. The film is loosely based on director Smith's true life experiences with dating women.

Zombie Ninjas vs Black Ops (2015)

Mercenaries killed in combat are awakened, giving rise to a new vicious breed of Zombie Ninjas. The Zombie Ninjas are commanded by a ferocious leader, and soon face off with the covert response mission deployed to fight back. This elite black ops team underestimates the brutality of the encouter which tests loyalties, resulting in a full on assault between two highly skilled lethal forces.

Acting Like Adults (2014)

A young couple joins a scavenger hunt in Los Angeles to win a diamond engagement ring.

The Cinema Hold Up (2011)

Four bored teenagers in Mexico City make plans to rob a movie theater.

Axed (2012)

A strict father takes his family on a trip to the countryside. The day of fun takes a dark turn when his family realizes he plans to make it their last outing ever.

Capital Games (2013)

Capital Games is a 2013 American gay-themed film directed by Ilo Orleans. Produced by G.A. Hauser as based upon her own book, and with a screenplay by Wendell Lu, the film premiered at Qfest in 2013.

News to Me (2007)

Host Eric Lanford brings you the best of citizen journalism and the stories behind the Web's most talked about videos. Entirely comprised of viewer videos, pictures and stories the show is fast-paced and interactive. Also features the week's best "I-Reports" with exclusive eyewitness interviews of news events.

Pandemic: Facing AIDS (2003)

Daddy's Little (Spoiled) Girl (2005)

Fathers indulge their daughters' outrageous requests.

Discover Magazine (1996)

Discover Magazine is a 1992-2000 documentary television series that aired on the Disney Channel from 1992-1994 and then on Discovery Channel from 1996-2000. The series is named after the magazine of the same name, Discover Magazine. The Disney Channel series was narrated by actor Joseph Campanella. Discovery Channel series was hosted by Peter DeMeo from 1996-1998. The series was nominated for an Emmy Award for "Outstanding Informational Series" in 1996, 1997 for "Outstanding Non-Fiction Series", and 1 other time

Eye of the Leopard (2006)

In Botswana's Okavango Delta, cameras record a leopard for three years, ranging from her first vulnerable days as a cub to her triumphs as a feared predator.

Faith Under Fire (2004)

Faith Under Fire is a television series that aired every Saturday at 10pm EST on PAX TV and was hosted by Lee Strobel. In the main segments, two guests would discuss current issues related to Christianity. In segments following commercial breaks, people on the street were interviewed on the same topics. Guests included Randy Alcorn, Michael Shermer, Deepak Chopra, Shabir Ally, Tovia Singer and Julia Sweeney. Its final episode aired July 2, 2005, less than a month before PAX TV changed its name to i: Independent Television on July 1, 2005. When the network underwent some turmoil, it cancelled production of all of its original programming including Faith Under Fire.

Father Corapi (2006)

The Catholic speaker.

The Weather Channel Weekend View (2012)

This weekend morning show updates viewers with the latest weather forecasts. Lifestyle segments are also a staple of the program. The cast of meteorologists changes every so often, but some of the notable forecasters who have worked on the show include Stephanie Abrams, Kelly Cass and Bill Keneely.

Offshore Adventures (2002)

Hosted by boat owners Chris and Melissa Fischer, and featuring skipper Captain Brett McBride and gourmet chef David Olson, the team visits exotic destinations, fishes, freedives and explores the cities and towns they visit. Shot documentary-style, this travel show follows the four person team on a 72-foot fishing yacht. Episodes feature gourmet meals using the day's catch in the "Gourmet Galley" cooking segment.

The Black Carpet (2006)

Hosts Toure and Danella report on entertainment news and high-profile urban lifestyles. This magazine news show covers the most exclusive events and interviews exclusive celebrities. Network correspondents, including America's Next Top Model contestant, Toccara, tour the country to keep viewers up to date with what's hot and what's not in black America.

The Beltway Boys (1998)

Hosts Mort Kondracke and Fred Barnes report on political topics. "The Beltway Boys" covers the news of the week and all things political -- from the war in Iraq to presidential happenings and economic issues. The hosts provide their opinion and editorial comments to the stories.

Verdict with Dan Abrams (2007)

Hosted by former MSNBC general manager Dan Abrams this weekday evening show replaces "Live With Dan Abrams." This is an hour-long look at the day's news from a legal viewpoint, featuring Abrams' perspective as he assesses right from wrong and determines the winners and losers in politics, law and pop culture. Segments include "Beat the Press" and "Winners and Losers." The show also has added a segment to read viewer e-mails.

Game Chasers (2010)

On the hunt for game around the world.

Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party (2006)

Rockafellas (2016)

Real gems. Real men. Real fun. Gemstone settings in silver & gold designs.

OT. El reencuentro (2016)

Best of Glory 2016: Part 1 (2016)

Reliving some of the most memorable battles inside the GLORY ring from 2016.

California's Gold (1991)

California's Gold is a public television human interest program that explores the natural, cultural, and historical features of California. The series ran for 24 seasons beginning in 1991, and was produced and hosted by Huell Howser in collaboration with KCET, Los Angeles. The series ceased production when Howser retired in November 2012, shortly before his death on January 7, 2013, although episodes continued to be shown for some time after his death.

R.A. Vernon (2003)

Teaching and preaching the word of God.

Nelly & Caesar (2009)

A mouse and a frog discover the world around them.

Sunny Side Up (2012)

Chef Shilarna Vaze prepares mouth-watering brunch recipes and invites her famous friends over.

Wild Wild East (2016)

A rich and delicate ecosystem thrives on the eastern shores of Canada.

Youth of Christ (2011)

A youth group with a reputation for mediocrity, struggle to plan and execute a youth revival at their church.Will they prove that they are capable of doing the extraordinary for Jesus Christ? Or will they crumble under the pressure and prove the naysayers right?

Airborne (1998)

A team of covert operatives meets with danger from within as they set out to retrieve a stolen microbe.

Aftermath (2013)

Thomas Fiorini (Anthony Michael Hall) has created a perfect life for himself. Owning a profitable construction company, blessed with a beautiful wife and child on the way. Life is perfect. But problems arise quickly when charismatic, ex-convict Tony Bricker (Chris Penn) is fired and his foreman (Jamie Harrold) goes missing. Tensions Flair as suspicion falls on Bricker who initiates a war of threats but not until an overreaction from our hero do things spiral out of control. As Fiorini is introduced to a slew of shady characters and hit men, forcing to take matters into his own hands – for better or worse.

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1981)

Mark Twain's boy hero (Kurt Ida) cavorts with Tom Sawyer (Dan Monahan) and rafts the Mississippi with runaway slave Jim (Brock Peters).

The Alarmist (1998)

Tommy Hudler (Arquette) loves his new job with Grigoris Security Systems. On his very first day, hesells a complete SS9 self-actuating home alarm system. Better yet, he seduces Gale (Capshaw), the fragile single mother who bought it. But Tommy's success takes a sinister turn when he discovers his boss, Heinrich (Tucci), is engaged in the profitable side-business of breaking into the very homes he's supposed to protect. Mind your step. There's a motion detector around every surprising corner in this twisted story and someone may just press the panic button.

Bears (2014)

Bears is a 2014 nature documentary film about a family of brown bears living in the coastal mountain ranges of Alaska. Directed by Alastair Fothergill and Keith Scholey and narrated by John C. Reilly, Bears was released theatrically by Disneynature on April 18, 2014, the seventh nature documentary released under that label.

Before We Say Goodbye (2010)

A Mexican-American woman (Juanita Sena-Shannon) worries about how she and her family will cope if her ailing husband (F.X. Gurrola-Gal) dies.

Bodyguard: A New Beginning (2008)

Leung, a man of unrivaled loyalty, has given his life to protecting Wong, a powerful leader of an elite Chinese underground society. When asked to travel overseas and guard a young woman whose identity is secret, he learns that if her secret were to be exposed it would result in the demise of an entire regime. Protecting her proves to be the easy part of this assignment when he discovers that Wong’s son has been lying to his father in an effort to overthrow his reign. Now, the fate of Wong’s dynasty is riding on the betrayal of his son, and the destiny of a nation has landed in the hands of Leung.

Believe (2000)

Ben Stiles loves to play scary tricks on people. And after getting expelled from prep school, he has even more time to devote to such shenanigans. When he and his friend Katherine decide to transform spooky, abandoned Warwick House into a haunted house, he doesn't take into account that the ramshackle old place may not need his help! When a mysterious wailing ghost makes itself known, the twoget sucked into the world of the supernatural and try to find the truth behind the haunting.

Blood Ties (1991)

Blood Ties is a made-for-television film that was released in 1991. It is a story about a modern vampire family who hail from Carpathia. The family try to assimilate into American life in Long Beach, California, however, their lives are upset when a sinister group of hunters kill a member of their extended kin and threaten to come after them.

Call Me (1988)

Call Me is a 1988 American erotic thriller film about a woman who strikes up a relationship with a stranger over the phone, and in the process becomes entangled in a murder. The film was directed by Sollace Mitchell, and stars Patricia Charbonneau, Stephen McHattie, and Boyd Gaines. After its theatrical run, the movie was released on videocassette by Vestron Video.

Little Ghost (1997)

A lonely boy prepares for adventure when the ghost of a girl who died centuries ago becomes his new best friend.

Lionheart (1987)

Lionheart, also known as Lionheart: The Children's Crusade, is a 1987 adventure film directed by Franklin J. Schaffner and produced by Talia Shire and Stanley O'Toole. Shire's brother, Francis Ford Coppola, initially planned to direct the film but instead opted to be executive producer along with Shire's husband, Jack Schwartzman. The screenplay was written by Menno Meyjes and Richard Outten from a story by Meyjes. The composer Jerry Goldsmith wrote the score. The film was released in August 1987. It was distributed by Orion Pictures.

MicroPlanet 3D (2012)

MicroPlanet is a documentary film that depicts the smaller things in our world. Using a specialized filming technique, viewers are able to see up close and personal the lives of insects and other small creatures, and how they must fight for their place in the hierarchy.

Man Friday (1975)

Daniel Defoe's classic story of survival and heroism takes on a whole new perspective in this electrifying version of Robinson Crusoe. Marooned on a beautiful South Seas island with a black man, Crusoe declares himself 'master' and throws Friday into a cave when he rebels. Friday escapes and leaves Crusoe who soon discovers he needs Friday's companionship and welcomes him back. A slave ship comes to the island and puts them in peril but, in a violent battle, they defeat the ship. After many difficulties they build a seaworthy raft and sail to Friday's island. Unable to adapt, Crusoe is destined to live out his life isolated and alone.

Saints and Sinners (1994)

Saints and Sinners is a 1994 crime and drama film starring Damian Chapa, Jennifer Rubin, and Scott Plank. It was written, directed and produced by Paul Mones. The film's production company was MDP Worldwide.

The Invisible Boy (1957)

The Invisible Boy (aka S.O.S Spaceship) is a 1957 American science fiction film from Metro-Goldwyn Mayer, produced by Nicholas Nayfack, directed by Herman Hoffman, and starring Richard Eyer and Philip Abbott. It is the second film appearance of Robby the Robot, the science fiction character who "stole the show" in Forbidden Planet (1956), also released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. According to an implied, subtle back story in The Invisible Boy, the robot is the same character as that in Forbidden Planet, which is set in the 23rd century; Robby is brought back to the film's mid-20th century era by time travel.

Dead Long Enough (2006)

A depressed lawyer (Jason Hughes) and his celebrity brother (Michael Sheen) return to Donegal, Ireland, for a stag party.

No Regrets for Our Youth (1946)

In Akira Kurosawa's first film after the end of World War II, future beloved Ozu regular Setsuko Hara gives an astonishing performance as Yukie, the only female protagonist in Kurosawa's body of work and one of his strongest heroes. Transforming herself from genteel bourgeois daughter to independent social activist, Yukie traverses a tumultuous decade in Japanese history.

Great North (2001)

Martin J. Dignard and William Reeve examine the landscape of the Arctic and long-standing Inuit traditions.

Bank Brothers (2004)

Bank Brothers is a 2004 comedy film directed and written by Kenneth Guertin

The World of Abbott and Costello (1965)

The World of Abbott and Costello is a 1965 American compilation film starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello.

The Man Who Played God (1932)

The Man Who Played God is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film directed by John G. Adolfi and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck. George Arliss stars as a concert pianist embittered by the loss of his hearing who eventually finds redemption in helping others; it also features a then little-known Bette Davis as the much younger woman in love with the protagonist. Warner Bros. promoted the film as an example that studios could produce motion pictures of social and moral value without the oversight of non-industry agents. It was modestly successful at the box office and was among Arliss' most popular films. The film was a remake of a 1922 silent film of the same name, also starring Arliss, ultimately based on a 1912 short story by Gouverneur Morris. In 1955 it was again revived as Sincerely Yours with Liberace.

Smith of Minnesota (1942)

Smith of Minnesota is a 1942 American drama film directed by Lew Landers and written by Robert Hardy Andrews. The film stars Bruce Smith, Arline Judge, Warren Ashe, Don Beddoe, Kay Harris and Robert Kellard. The film was released on October 15, 1942, by Columbia Pictures.

The Empty Hours (2013)

Sebastian takes charge of a motel near Veracruz and spends most of his time maintaining it. He develops a warm friendship with Miranda, a motel regular, and stands in when her married lover doesn't show up.

Where Time Began (1977)

Viaje al centro de la Tierra (Spanish: Journey to the Center of the Earth) is a 1978 Spanish adventure film based on Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne. It has been released in English-speaking areas under the titles Where Time Began and The Fabulous Journey to the Center of the Earth.

Mazeppa (1993)

Mazeppa is a 1993 French drama film directed by Bartabas. It was entered into the 1993 Cannes Film Festival where it won the Technical Grand Prize. It is part of the cultural legacy of Mazeppa, a Ukrainian hero and a narrative poem by Lord Byron.

The Inheritors (1998)

The Inheritors (original German title Die Siebtelbauern – "The Seventh-part Farmer") is a 1998 Austrian-German film directed by Stefan Ruzowitzky. It stars Simon Schwarz and Sophie Rois and has won numerous awards. The film was selected as the Austrian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 71st Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

308 (2013)

Naya (Shandy Aulia) takes a job as a housekeeper in a five-star hotel, completely unaware that a hateful spirit lives in room 308.

In the Courtyard (2014)

Antoine is too depressed to go on playing in his rock band. After wandering in the streets, he decides to seek an occupation. Unskilled as he is, he is lucky to be hired as the caretaker of an old Paris apartment building. He soon proves good at his job, even if he performs it a little eccentrically, and everybody grows fond of him. Antoine also develops a particular friendship with Mathilde, a recently retired woman who lives in the block and whose mental balance is deteriorating...

Romeo and Juliet (1916)

Romeo and Juliet is a 1916 American silent romantic drama film directed by J. Gordon Edwards and starring Theda Bara. The film was based on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and was produced by the Fox Film Corporation. The film was shot at the Fox Studio in was shot in Fort Lee, New Jersey.

Deceitful Storm (2008)

When people stop believing in God and take matters into their own hands, dramatic twists and turns ensue, leading to a dramatic conclusion.

Drowned Out (2002)

Drowned Out is a 2002 documentary by Franny Armstrong about the Sardar Sarovar Project. Shot over three years, Drowned Out follows one family’s stand against a government dam project which is set to destroy their home and their village.

Sporting Blood (1931)

Sporting Blood is a 1931 American MGM sports drama film directed by Charles Brabin. The film stars Clark Gable (in his first starring role), Ernest Torrence and Madge Evans.