Collapse, directed by Chris Smith, is an American documentary film exploring the theories, writings and life story of controversial author Michael Ruppert. Collapse premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2009 to positive reviews.
The Entrepreneur (2011)
The Entrepreneur is a 2011 Italian drama film directed by Giuliano Montaldo. The film premiered out of competition at the 2011 Rome Film Festival. It won three Italian Golden Globes for best film, cinematography and best music and the special jury prize to Pierfrancesco Favino. It was also nominated to four Nastro d'Argento Awards.
Ferie d'agosto (1996)
August Vacation (Italian: Ferie d'agosto, also known as Summer Holidays) is a 1995 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Paolo Virzì.
The film was awarded with the David di Donatello for Best Film.
A Haunting on Hamilton Street (2010)
Inspectors spend 24 months exploring haunted tunnels, a former mortuary and a saloon.
The Asylum (2000)
A crazed killer stalks various people (Steffanie Pitt, Nick Waring, Ingrid Pitt) at an abandoned mental asylum.
Five Square Meters (2011)
A man (Fernando Tejero) launches a crusade against those responsible for his poorly constructed home.
Warning!!! Pedophile Released (2009)
A pedophile is released from prison and his victim professes her love for him causing members of their community to attack the ex-con causing the girl more pain than before.
One Husband Too Many (2010)
The editor of a fashion magazine needs to secretly divorce her husband to accept a marriage proposal from her boyfriend.
No One Will Know (2012)
Nathan (Ben Bledsoe) and Aubrey (Jesse Draper) have an engagement party on a stunning estate and try to cover up a murder.
Aarti is a 1962 Indian Bollywood film directed by Phani Majumdar and produced by Tarachand Barjatya. The film stars Meena Kumari in the title role of Aarti, with Ashok Kumar, Pradeep Kumar and Shashikala appearing in pivotal roles. The film is based on Sanskar Lakshmi, a play written by Prafulla Desai.
Addiction Incorporated (2011)
A young drug researcher unexpectedly discovers the ingredients of addiction in cigarettes and begins a national campaign to have it regulated.
Into the Wake (2012)
A man is lured to a remote bridge and gets caught up in a decades-old family feud.
The Wife Takes a Flyer (1942)
The Wife Takes a Flyer (UK title: A Yank in Dutch) is a 1942 romantic comedy film made by Columbia Pictures, directed by Richard Wallace, and starring by Joan Bennett and Franchot Tone. The screenplay was written by Jay Dratler, Gina Kaus and Harry Segall. The music score is by Werner R. Heymann.
Mark of the Damned (2006)
Mark of the Damned is a 2006 American horror film directed by Eric Miller. Filmed in black-and-white, it is an homage to the classic El Santo movies.
The film was shown on Cinema Insomnia's 2009 Halloween special.
Pink Saris (2010)
The leader of the Pink Gang brings her own brand of justice to the streets of Uttar Pradesh.
Love Is Where You Find It (2009)
A middle-aged man and a 26 year old woman fall in love.
Feeders 2: Slay Bells (1998)
Santa Claus must save the world when aliens invade during Christmas.
Half-human and half-vampire Casanova Vladimires, played by Damian Chapa, protects humans and fights vampires in East LA.
Canyon City (1943)
Canyon City is a 1943 American western film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and starring Don 'Red' Barry, Wally Vernon and Helen Talbot.
Out of the Shadows (2010)
New scientific techniques permit the layer-by-layer examination of paintings by famous artists.
Shoot the Moon (2012)
Marcy is going to lose everything, then she has a chance to win a fortune on a national game show. Her faith on the show is tested, as her relationship with her daughter Alice becomes strained.
Sarah Prefers to Run (2013)
Sarah Prefers to Run (French: Sarah préfère la course) is a 2013 Canadian drama film written and directed by Chloé Robichaud. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. It won the Women in Film & Television Vancouver Artistic Merit Award at the 2013 Vancouver International Film Festival.
Las musiqueras (1981)
A young woman surprises a thief in her house then hires him as a driver, and her three musician friends play a joke on her.
Radio host Amos Satan tells four terrifying and true stories of horror.
After Winter, Spring (2015)
After Winter, Spring is 2012 documentary film, produced, directed and narrated by Judith Lit. It stars Nanou Bouchat, Charlotte Brajot, Isabelle Brajot, Frédéric Coté, Isabelle Coté, Ginette Delibie, Marie-Louise Gourdon, Guy Phélip, Alain Rabeau, Alfred Tripied, and Dylan Veyret. Set in the Périgord region of southwest France, the film follows the lives of farming families and individuals in the community as they confront challenges that the changing geopolitical and economic landscapes pose. Judith Lit, who moved to a town with 100 people in the Périgord region in 1999, found inspiration for the film after she recognized the similarities between the family farmer communities of this new home and her home town in Pennsylvania. As Lit captures the story of these families, she also narrates her own story.
Silent Partner (2001)
Silent Partner is a 2001 Australian film directed by Alkinos Tsilimidos and starring David Field and Syd Brisbane.
The Sin (1972)
Bianco, rosso e... (internationally released as White Sister and The Sin) is a 1972 Italian comedy film directed by Alberto Lattuada. The film was a commercial success.
Blondie Johnson (1933)
Blondie Johnson is a 1933 American Warner Bros. Pre-Code drama film directed by Ray Enright. It stars Chester Morris and Joan Blondell.
Hu die bei (1965)
Tien Yu-chuan meets a beautiful woman while on the run for accidentally killing a bully.
A germophobe lives a secluded and sanitary life until an affair with a beautiful woman turns deadly.
Duel of the Century (1981)
The Duel of the Century is a 1981 Hong Kong film adapted from Juezhan Qianhou of Gu Long's Lu Xiaofeng novel series. The film was directed by Chor Yuen, produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio, and starred Tony Liu as the lead character.
What's a Human Anyway? (2006)
Korkuyorum Anne! (English title: Mommy, I'm Scared!) is a 2004 Turkish comedy film written and directed by Reha Erdem. An alternate title for the film is İnsan nedir ki? (What is a human anyway?).
The Seventh Fire (2015)
The Seventh Fire is a 2015 American documentary film directed by Jack Pettibone Riccobono. The film follows Rob Brown, a Native American gang leader, and his 17-year old protege, Kevin Fineday Jr., on the White Earth Indian Reservation in Minnesota. Rob Brown is sentenced to prison for a fifth time and must confront his role in bringing violent drug culture to his Ojibwe community. Kevin finds himself similarly torn between his desire to connect with his culture and the criminal lifestyle of his mentor.
The title of the film refers to the Ojibwe Seven fires prophecy.
Hi, How Are You Daniel Johnston? (2015)
An aging musician comes to terms with the dreams of yesteryear.
My First Miracle (2003)
A precocious 11-year-old girl (Henriette Confurius) develops a controversial relationship with a middle-aged man (Leonard Lansink).
The Case of the Velvet Claws (1936)
The Case of the Velvet Claws is a 1936 mystery film, based on the first Perry Mason novel by Erle Stanley Gardner and featuring the fourth and final appearance of Warren William as defense attorney Mason. Mason finally marries his longtime secretary Della Street, but has to cut their honeymoon short in order to defend a woman accused of murder.
The Waiting Room (2015)
The Waiting Room is a Canadian drama film, written and directed by Igor Drljaca. It premiered at the 2015 Locarno Film Festival. Loosely based on the real life of Jasmin Geljo, the film stars Geljo as an actor who was once popular and famous in his native country, Yugoslavia, but has struggled to find success since immigrating to Canada.
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1921)
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse is a 1921 American silent epic war film produced by Metro Pictures Corporation and directed by Rex Ingram. Based on the Spanish novel The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez, it was adapted for the screen by June Mathis. The film stars Pomeroy Cannon, Josef Swickard, Bridgetta Clark, Rudolph Valentino, Wallace Beery, and Alice Terry. The film had a huge cultural impact, becoming the top-grossing film of 1921, beating out Charlie Chaplin's The Kid, and going on to become the sixth-best-grossing silent film of all time. The film turned then-little-known actor Rudolph Valentino into a superstar and associated him with the image of the Latin Lover. The film also inspired a tango craze and such fashion fads as gaucho pants. The film was masterminded by June Mathis, who, with its success, became one of the most powerful women in Hollywood at the time. In 1995, The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". The film is now in the public domain, having been made before 1923. A DVD version was released in 2000 but is now out of print. The film is now available for free download on the Internet Archive.
A Decent Man (2016)
A Decent Man (original title: Je ne suis pas un salaud) is a 2015 French drama film written and directed by Emmanuel Finkiel. It stars Nicolas Duvauchelle and Mélanie Thierry.
Une vie à t'attendre (2004)
About to settle into a life of marital bliss with his girlfriend, Claire, Alex is thrown when his first love, Jeanne, reappears in his life after twelve years. Married with a family of her own, Jeanne gives into her lingering passion and renews the affair with her former lover. Alex suddenly finds himself at a crossroads of rationality and recklessness, discretion and desire...
The Sea Hawk (1924)
The Sea Hawk is a 1924 American silent film about an English noble sold into slavery who escapes and turns himself into a pirate king. Directed by Frank Lloyd, the screen adaptation was written by J. G. Hawks based upon the Rafael Sabatini novel of the same name.
Something In Common (1986)
A Manhattan widow's (Ellen Burstyn) 22-year-old son (Patrick Cassidy) falls for a divorcee (Tuesday Weld) old enough to be his mother.
The Prince and the Surfer (1999)
The Prince and the Surfer is a 1999 comedy direct-to-video film about a prince who switches places with a Southern California surfer and skateboarder. It was directed by Arye Gross and Gregory Gieras, and stars Sean Kellman, Robert Englund, and Vincent Schiavelli.
The Man from London (2007)
The Man from London is a 2007 Hungarian film directed by Béla Tarr and Ágnes Hranitzky. It is an adaptation by Tarr and his collaborator-friend László Krasznahorkai of the 1934 French language novel L'Homme de Londres by prolific Belgian writer Georges Simenon. The film was co-directed by editor Ágnes Hranitzky, and features an international ensemble cast including Czech actor Miroslav Krobot, Tilda Swinton, and Hungarian actors János Derzsi and István Lénárt. The plot follows Maloin, a nondescript railway worker who recovers a briefcase containing a significant amount of money from the scene of a murder to which he is the only witness. Wracked by guilt and fear of being discovered, Maloin sinks into despondence and frustration, which leads to acrimony in his household. Meanwhile, an English police detective investigates the disappearance of the money and the unscrupulous characters connected to the crime.
The Dead Next Door (1989)
The Dead Next Door is a 1989 zombie horror film written, produced and directed by J. R. Bookwalter.
Rival lawmen (Don "The Dragon" Wilson, Olivier Gruner) must protect a high-class call girl from assassins after she witnesses a murder.
Common Denominator (2014)
Three men meet by chance in a coffee shop and discuss their women.
La virée à Paname (2013)
Complications arise when a young man tries to attend a writing workshop in Paris.
Cyborg Cop II (1994)
Cyborg Cop II is a 1994 action adventure film starring David Bradley, Morgan Hunter, Jill Pierce and Victor Melleney. It was directed by Sam Firstenberg and written by Jon Stevens and Sam Firstenberg. It is a sequel to Cyborg Cop.
Three boys from different parts of India and a blind chess player compete in tournaments.
Diao jin gui (1969)
A suave playboy gallivants across Asia while having his way with three unsuspecting sisters.
The Indie Pendant (2005)
Independent filmmaker Kevin Sanderson schemes with his old cast and crew to steal the premiere print of a movie that was poached by a prominent Hollywood producer.
Amnesia: The James Brighton Enigma (2005)
Inspired by true events, this shocking story unfurls as a young American wakes up stark naked in a parking lot one frigid morning in Montreal. The only thing he remembers is that his name is James Brighton (Dusan Dukic) and he is gay. After the police efforts produce no results, James desperately turns to a local gay hotline and a doctorial student for help. As the pieces of his actual identity unfold, a bizarre twist lands James in jail and everyone questioning who this person really is! Filmmaker Denis Langlois ( Danny in the Sky , The Escort ) keeps us on the edge of our seats and guessing throughout this amazing tale. Official Selection Frameline: San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival 2006
Jean Vanier, le sacrement de la tendresse (2019)
Turetskiy gambit (2005)
The Turkish Gambit is a 2005 Russian historical spy film, an adaptation of Boris Akunin's novel The Turkish Gambit featuring his most famous character, the detective Erast Fandorin. It was directed by Dzhanik Faiziev and written by Akunin himself. The film starred Marat Basharov, Yegor Beroyev and Olga Krasko. The Turkish Gambit was a box office success, although it received mixed reviews from critics.
The Troop of Ghost (2004)
Brian Wilson Presents SMiLE (2005)
Scenesters: Music, Mayhem and Melrose ave. 1985-1990 (2017)
Umbilical World (2018)
Umbilical World is David Firth’s feature length retrospective assemblage: 13 years worth of animated madness, stitched together to form a single stream of nightmare consciousness. With a wealth of unseen material as well as familiar classics and remastered, rejigged, reanimated nuggets. This really is the ultimate Firth feature from Salad Fingers to Spoilsbury Toast Boy, from Sock to Health Reminder.
La loi de mon pays (2012)
Santiago Violenta (2014)
Ligabue Campovolo - il film 3D (2011)
Theo Maassen: Bepaalde dingen (1994)
Zum zum zum - La canzone che mi passa per la testa (1968)
River, El Más Grande Siempre (2019)
Return to the Isle of Jaws (2017)
Martin Luther King Jr.: Marked Man (2018)
Hubble's Cosmic Journey (2015)
Mystery in Yellowstone (2015)
Jefferson's Secret Bible (2012)
Castro's secret reef (2016)
Chilean Mine Rescue (2011)
I Hate My Best Friends' Kids (2007)
Das Geheimnis der Mary Celeste (1972)
This Wrestling Life (2010)
Racing to the End of Time (1997)
Claudia touched by the moon (2019)
Sofia Flux og det magiske høreapparatet (2014)
Rab Se Sohna Isshq (2012)
Rab Se Sohna Isshq was an Indian soap opera produced by Jay Mehta's Jay Production, which aired on Zee TV from Monday to Friday. Ashish Sharma played the male lead along with Kanan Malhotra. Ekta Kaul made her debut as the female lead. The show revolves around the love triangle involving the characters played by the three actors with a large part of the story occurring in London. This was the first ever cross continental show in Indian Television.
Rivalen der Rennbahn (1989)
Rivalen Der Rennbahn is a German serial.
Meet the Parents (2010)
Meet the Parents is a reality series which sees a different couple facing one challenge each week. The boyfriend has to last the entire evening at his girlfriend's parent's house, as he meets her parents. Everyone at the house is an actor though and the boyfriend has no idea and they attempt to make the evening as uncomfortable as they possibly can. If the boyfriend manages to spend the whole evening in the house he wins a holiday for two.
The Single Wives (2018)
The Single Wives is an Australian reality television series hosted by Fifi Box which will screen on the Seven Network. The show features four women who were formerly married or in a long term relationship, searching for another chance at love. They are assisted by dating coach Matthew Hussey.
Offer och gärningsmän (1999)
Ready Player Drunk (2018)
Two Grown (2017)
The Liberace Show (1952)
Liberace was a very famous pianist with a very flamboyant style. Liberace was also a well known and popular figure in the 1950s and 1960s. He made his mark in playing the piano, singing, recording, acting, and on a very popular television show. The Liberace Show debuted on television in 1952 and ended its run in 1955.
PewDiePie, an erratic, hyper-active Swede, hosts one of the internet's most popular video channels. Much of his content focuses on video games, but he also has more personal videos about his own life. His unique personality and off-the-cuff, often hilariously disjointed commentary quickly gained him millions of viewers, a total that now stands near 30 million, and has made him a model of internet video channels.
The hits that made musicians superstars.
The Mercury Men (2011)
The Mercury Men is a 2011 series of web shorts produced for the Syfy network by writer/director Christopher Preksta. It is shot in a retro, 1950s style, in black and white. Though it is set in the mid-1970s, shortly after the Apollo moon landings. The first episode is set explicitly in 1975 and the following eight episodes take place on the same night. The tenth episode is stated as taking place in 1976, but the month and day are unspecified, so it is not clear exactly how much time has lapsed between the ninth and tenth episodes, though it must be significant, as the protagonist somehow travels from Earth to Mercury in that time. Each episode is between 6 and 9 minutes long. The show follows the adventures of a mild-mannered office worker, Edward Borman who is drawn into an adventure when his building is attacked by men from the planet Mercury, who appear to be made of pure light. Their plan is to use the steel framework of the building to enhance their gravity device which will pull down the Moon into the Earth. He meets Jack Yaeger, a member of a secretive group of defenders known as The League. It was shot in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on a budget of under $10,000.
Two teams of Internet-contestants compete against three Web-celebrity stunt masters.
Pregnancy for Dummies (2001)
Being pregnant can be a very scary time for many women. This television show, titled after the original book by the same name, gives new mothers straightforward and useful information to assist them through this exciting by challenging time. Originally shown on Discovery Health Channel, this four-part series walks pregnant women through all of the symptoms, fears, myths and essentials of carrying a child to term through the use of both real life actors and animated characters. The two doctors, Dr. Joanne Stone and Dr. Keith Eddleman, are actually the authors of the book, giving the show even more credibility and interest.
Pumped! (2011) was a quiz show. The host, Greg Fitzsimmons, would ambush people who were pumping gas at their local service stations (hence the title). He would then guide these instant game show contestants through rounds of questions about pop culture or cars. The winners would get prizes and cash.
The People's Champions (2003)
People compete to capture world records in outrageous and unlikely events.
Out-of-Control Drivers (2010)
Video clips of drivers, skidding, crashing, attacking each other and eluding police.
OUT: Face to Face (2010)
Interviews with celebrities and spotlighting artists and entertainers.
That's My Face (2001)
In 1996, the filmmaker journeyed to the city Salvador Da Bahia - the African heart and soul of Brazil - seeking the identity of the spirits who haunt his dreams. Twenty years before, his mother made a parallel journey when she migrated with the family to Tanzania, East Africa in search of a mythic motherland. Shot entirely on silent Super 8 film by three generations of an African American family, "That's My Face" creates a mythopoetic feast of self-discovery.
Le triomphe de Michel Strogoff (1961)
An officer of the Czar's army conceives a plan to rescue a young prince from his desert expedition against the Turks.
Tomie: Forbidden Fruit (2002)
Tomie: Forbidden Fruit is a 2002 Japanese horror film directed by Shun Nakahara. It is the fourth installment of the Tomie film series, based on an eponymous manga by Junji Ito.