Storm War (2011)

Storm War, also known as Weather Wars, is a 2011 sci-fi disaster film directed by Todor Chapkanov and starring Jason London, Wes Brown and Erin Cahill.

Jessy Does Not Forgive... He Kills! (1967)

In the throes of stress over an important work presentation, a man may have just forgotten the most important thing.

An Almost Perfect Country (2016)

Residents scheme to secure a factory contract for their remote village, which is on the verge of collapse.

Wrong Elements (2017)

In 1989, Joseph Kony forms a new rebel movement called The Lord's Resistance Army and starts abducting teenagers to fill out his ranks. In an effort to rebuild their lives, three survivors revisit the places that marked their stolen childhood.

Chapter One: The Kiteboard Legacy Begins (2016)

Kitesurfers, who describe kitsesurfing as the simple joy of riding the wind, attempt to put into words their reasons for pursuing the sport to its uttermost limits.

The Port of Missing Girls (1928)

The Port of Missing Girls is a 1928 silent film directed by Irving Cummings. It stars Barbara Bedford and Hedda Hopper making it one of the rare occasions Hopper actually starred in a film. This film is preserved in the Library of Congress.

Curse of the Seven Jackals (2001)

A girl is cursed by her grandmother due to her mother's disobedience.

From the Ends of the Earth (1939)

Materials are shipped by boat from across the world to Hollywood.

Body (2007)

Body (Thai: บอดี้..ศพ #19 or Body ... Sop 19, literally "corpse number 19") is a Thai horror-thriller film. It is produced by GTH, the same production company that made the hit Thai horror film, Shutter. Body is directed by Paween Purijitpanya and co-written by Chukiat Sakweerakul, who had previously directed the thriller, 13 Beloved. Body has parallels to an actual murder case in Thailand, in which a physician was convicted and given the death penalty in the dismemberment of his estranged wife. Among the cast is Arak Amornsupasiri, who plays the protagonist Chon. Arak is the guitarist in the Thai rock band, Slur.

Puppet Master II (1990)

Puppet Master II, also known as Puppet Master II: His Unholy Creations, is a 1991 direct-to-video horror film written by David Pabian and directed by Dave Allen. It is the second film in the Puppet Master franchise, the sequel to 1989's Puppet Master, and stars Elizabeth Maclellan, Gregory Webb, Charlie Spradling, Jeff Weston and Nita Talbot as paranormal investigators who are terrorized by the animate creations of an undead puppeteer, played by Steve Welles. Originally, Puppet Master II was intended to have the subtitle His Unholy Creations. Puppet Master II, as well as the third, fourth and fifth installments of the series, were only available in DVD format through a Full Moon Features box set that was briefly discontinued, until in 2007 when Full Moon Features reacquired the rights to the first five films. A remastered edition Blu-ray and DVD of the film was released on September 18, 2012.

Maya Bazaar (1957)

Mayabazar is a 1957 Indian epic fantasy film directed by Kadiri Venkata Reddy. It was produced by B. Nagi Reddy and Aluri Chakrapani under their banner, Vijaya Vauhini Studios. The film was shot in both Telugu and Tamil with the same title, but with a few differences in the cast. The story is an adaptation of the folk tale Sasirekha Parinayam, which in turn is based on the epic Mahabharata. It revolves around the roles of Krishna and Ghatotkacha, as they try to reunite Arjuna's son Abhimanyu with his love, Balarama's daughter (Savitri). The Telugu version features Gummadi Venkateswara Rao, Mukkamala, Ramana Reddy, and Relangi Venkata Ramaiah in supporting roles, with D. Balasubramaniam, R. Balasubramaniam, V. M. Ezhumalai, and K. A. Thangavelu playing those parts in the Tamil version.

Luzia (1988)

A South American cowgirl becomes caught in the middle of a war between two brothers.

Apostle of Dracula (2012)

Lucy has a passionate and bloody affair with Count Dracula, and many years later, she begins to realize she has developed a thirst for blood. Occult expert Van Helsing tries to save her from Dracula's clutches before it is too late.

45RPM (2012)

An artist and an obsessive record collector team up to search for a rare record.

She Stoops To Conquer (2008)

Charles and George set out for Liberty Hall to see Kate Marlow.

3 Little Pigs and the Magic Lamp (2015)

The three little pigs are on to their next adventure when they find a treasure map leading to a magic lamp. When they encounter the powerful Wolf King and his son who want the lamp for themselves, they have to use all their courage to save the day.

Like There's No Tomorrow (2011)

Strap on your skis and come along on an epic adventure that will take you to the highest peaks and corners of the planet with skiers and riders like Julia Mancuso, Daron Rahlves, and Seth Wescott.

Charge (2011)

Maniacs on motorcycles prove they are a force for good.

I Against I (2012)

The son (Mark Womack) of a murdered gangster forces the men (Kenny Doughty, Ingvar Eggert Sigursson) he suspects of the crime to hunt each other down.

Double Duty (2009)

A tough woman (Mimi Lesseos) discovers her feminine side when she leaves the Marines and adjusts to civilian life.

The Contender (1944)

The Contender is a 1944 American film directed by Sam Newfield. The film is also known as Challenger (American TV title)

Walk a Mile in My Pradas (2011)

Walk a Mile in My Pradas is a 2011 American gay body-switching romantic comedy film directed by Joey Sylvester.

Beware of Christians (2011)

Beware of Christians is a 2010 American documentary film. It is directed by Will Bakke, produced by Michael B. Allen and Alex Carroll, and stars Michael B. Allen, Will Bakke, Alex Carroll, and Matt Owen. This is Will Bakke's second documentary film. Original Production began in April 2009 in Dallas, Texas and completed in April 2010. The film has had limited screening around the US since it premiered on April 3, 2010, and was released on DVD January 14, 2011. The film is notable for its controversial title and unique distribution model of "Name-Your-Own-Price".

The Be All And End All (2010)

The Be All and End All is a British film shot in Liverpool. It stars Eugene Byrne, Josh Bolt, Connor Mcintyre, Liza Tarbuck and Neve McIntosh. With comic and heartfelt results the story tells the story of a friendship between two boys Ziggy (Byrne) and Robbie (Bolt). Robbie is dying of cardiomyopathy and desperately does not want to leave the earth a virgin.

H2indO (2012)

Seven of the world's most prominent stand-up paddlers travel to Indonesia to paddle its most famous surf breaks.

A President to Remember (2008)

Writer/director Robert Drew had amazing access to President John F. Kennedy and was able to film him "cinma vrit"-style during his presidential campaign and short term in the White House. With added narration by Alec Baldwin, the documentary provides an intimate portrait of Kennedy, including his debates with Republican candidate Richard Nixon, his efforts to desegregate high schools in the South and his private moments with his family and friends.

Canícula (2011)

In northern Mexico, residents of a cattle-ranching community struggle to survive amid harsh conditions caused by an ongoing drought.

Sleeping And Waking (2009)

Sully has to find a way back from the darkness in his life.

Popieluszko. Wolnosc jest w nas (2009)

The life of Father Jerzy Popieluszko.

Creepies (2003)

Deadly spiders are accidentally unleashed from a top-secret military installation. Army specialists and Tanks are called in to exterminate the deadly predators, but the outbreak is worse than expected. Weapons of mass destruction have little or no effect on the venomous spiders. Civilians are strangled with spider webs and eaten alive. The Military in a desperate effort to eradicate the killer spiders, decide to demolish the entire city. Creepies features an all-star cast, including Vincent Bilancio (Sorority House Massacre), Carl Washington (KillJoy), Joe Haggerty (Zombie Chronicles), Garrett Clancy (Camp Blood 2), Jeff Ryan (Aquanoids) and a formidable army of giant killer spiders with astounding special effects.

The Christmas Pageant (2011)

An overbearing theater director (Melissa Gilbert) gets a new outlook on life when she takes a small-town gig.

Mala Moskwa (2008)

Little Moscow (Polish: Mała Moskwa) is a Polish-Russian co-production directed by Waldemar Krzystek and released in 2008.

Rockin' the Wall (2010)

Rock 'n' roll emerges as a force of liberation that helps bring down the Berlin Wall and the Iron Curtain.

When Thugs Cry (2003)

Sibling rivalry and a drug-addicted parent threaten to destroy the musical dreams of two brothers (Jah-Rista, Soundmaster T).

365 Nights in Hollywood (1934)

365 Nights in Hollywood is a 1934 American drama film starring Alice Faye and James Dunn. The film was directed by George Marshall.

The Dumb Girl of Portici (1916)

A poor Italian woman's (Anna Pavlova) affair with a disguised Spanish nobleman triggers a revolution.

A Man Who Was Superman (2008)

A Man Who Was Superman (Hangul: 슈퍼맨이었던 사나이; RR: Syupeomaen-ieotteon sanai) is a 2008 South Korean film directed by Jeong Yoon-chul. The film applies techniques of Magical realism to problems arising from the Narcissism of small differences that plagues the modern Korean conscience.

The British Guide to Showing Off (2011)

The British Guide to Showing Off is a 2011 documentary film written and directed by Jes Benstock, which follows the build-up and execution of the twelfth Alternative Miss World - artist Andrew Logan's pastiche of the Miss World beauty pageant.

The Happiest Girl in the World (2009)

The Happiest Girl in the World is a 2009 Romanian film by Radu Jude. It is a part of the Romanian New Wave.

He Did and He Didn't (1916)

He Did and He Didn't is a 1916 American short comedy film starring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and Mabel Normand.

Wife and Auto Trouble (1916)

Wife and Auto Trouble is a 1916 American film directed by Dell Henderson and Mack Sennett. It was made by the "Tri-Stone Film Company", an evolution of "Keystone Triangle" which in turn evolved from the famous Keystone Film Company.

Snake Fist Fighter (1973)

Master with Cracked Fingers, also released as Snake Fist Fighter, is a 1979 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Mu Chu and starring Jackie Chan. It is often cited as being produced in 1971, 1973, 1974 or 1981. The original footage was filmed in 1971 and released in 1973 as Little Tiger of Canton. The re-edited version entitled Master with Cracked Fingers was not actually released until 1979.

Storm (2005)

Storm is a 2005 Swedish fantasy-thriller film directed by Måns Mårlind and Björn Stein. The film stars Eric Ericson, Eva Röse and Jonas Karlsson. The official opening of Storm was on 20 January 2006, but the actual opening was at a preview of the film on 18 November 2005 during the Stockholm Film Festival, where it also was awarded. Before 2006, Storm had already been sold to 18 other countries.

Give and Take, and Take (2003)

Two men (Tom Bird, John Enthoven) land in trouble when they agree to take a job involving drugs.

Chepachet (2007)

A handicapped girl takes care of a bitter drunk and a lover of life after a horrific car crash.

Ten Dollars or Ten Days (1924)

Workers at a department store are accused of murder.

One Hit From Home (2012)

Baseball superstar Jimmy Easton returns home after a devastating knee injury cuts short his promising career. In search of a new purpose for his life, Jimmy faces dark memories from his past as he tries to make peace with a world he once left behind. His life takes a transforming turn when he is involuntarily thrust back into the world of baseball. Not as a player, but as the coach of an underachieving college team struggling to rise above mediocrity. Coach Jimmy’s rocky relationship with Brandon Elliot, the team’s only star, forces both of them to deal with their similarly checkered pasts. One Hit from Home is a unique sports drama that explores the unpredictability of life and reminds us that we can find hope in the midst of broken dreams.

Hawking (2004)

Hawking is a BBC television film about Stephen Hawking's early years as a PhD student at Cambridge University, following his search for the beginning of time, and his struggle against motor neuron disease. It stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Hawking and premiered in the UK in April 2004.

A Harem Knight (1926)

A Navy officer rescues a girl from a harem.

The Strange Disappearance of the Bees (2010)

Parasitic mites, pesticides and industrial operations are examined as possible causes of the recent destruction of honeybee colonies all over the world.

Barney Oldfield's Race for a Life (1913)

Barney Oldfield's Race for a Life (1913) is a silent comedy short, directed and produced by Mack Sennett and starring Sennett, Mabel Normand, and Barney Oldfield as himself. It is considered one of the earliest to include the plot of a villain tying a young damsel to the tracks of an oncoming locomotive; a holdover from the Gaslight era of Victorian stage melodrama.

Ghost of the Brotherhood (2006)

Ghost hunters investigate a reportedly haunted site in England.

Mabel's Dramatic Career (1913)

Mabel's Dramatic Career is a 1913 American short comedy film starring Mabel Normand and Mack Sennett while featuring Roscoe Arbuckle in a cameo. The film features a film within a film and uses multiple exposure to show a film being projected in a cinema.

Santa Claus Versus the Zombies (2010)

Bloodthirsty zombies trap a family in their suburban home.

The Closer You Get to Canada (2010)

Two senior citizens try to escape from a game preserve.

The Wayman Tisdale Story (2011)

Filmmaker Brian W. Schodorf profiles Wayman Tisdale, an NBA basketball star who taught himself to play bass guitar but lost his life to cancer in 2009.

'Curses!' They Remarked (1914)

A 1914 short film.

Battle B-Boy (2014)

Battle B-Boy is a 2012 American dance/martial arts film written and directed by Frank Lin and starring Jonathan Phan, Alison Dahlstrom, Richie Greenfield, Ricky Cole, and Ingel Catindig as five best friends who form a B-Boy dance fighting team who enter competitions to help raise funds for Pham's character's father's medical procedure. The film was released by Cinema Epoch in 2014.

Pandora's Box (2008)

Pandora's Box (Turkish: Pandora'nın Kutusu) is a 2008 Turkish drama film directed by Yeşim Ustaoğlu.

Return to Rajapur (2006)

A young woman (Kelli Garner) in India investigates a mysterious story of forbidden love.

Winter adé (1989)

Filmmaker Helke Misselwitz interviews women in East Germany.

Loss Is to Be Expected (1992)

Love blooms in an unlikely way as an Austrian widower observes the daily activities of a Czech woman from a neighboring village.

Topa Topa (1938)

Unjustly blamed for a death, a police dog redeems itself by rescuing a toddler from an eagle.

Soldier in Love (1967)

A chronicle of the lives of John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough, and his wife, Sarah, in 17th-century England.

The Junior Olsen Gang and the Silver Mine Mystery (2007)

Olsenbanden Jr. og Sølvgruvens hemmelighet (English: The Junior Olsen Gang and the Silver Mine Mystery ) is a 2007 Norwegian children's film; the fourth movie of the Olsenbanden Jr series.

The Invisible (2002)

Den osynlige (The Invisible) is a 2002 Swedish film directed by Joel Bergvall and Simon Sandquist, and based on Mats Wahl's book of the same name. The film follows Niklas, a young and quiet man who falls short of his mother's expectations, and then finds himself attacked by a neglected young girl Annelie (she too, is metaphorically invisible) and left for dead. The movie is not true to the novel and was condemned by the author. The films stars Gustaf Skarsgård, Tuva Novotny and Thomas Hedengran in the leads. An American remake was released on April 27, 2007 under the translated title The Invisible.

A Lot Like You (2012)

A woman who works to break the the cycle of violence in the U.S. learns her ancestors were a big part of the problem.

From Ararat to Zion (2009)

Filmmakers follow in the footsteps of Armenian pilgrims.

The Passionate Friends (1949)

The Passionate Friends is a 1949 British romantic drama film directed by David Lean. The film is based on The Passionate Friends: A Novel, a 1913 story by H. G. Wells. It describes a love triangle in which a woman cannot give up her affair with another man. The film was entered into the 1949 Cannes Film Festival.

In My Mother's Arms (2011)

In My Mother’s Arms is a 2011 Iraqi film. Written and directed by Atia Al Daradji and Mohamed Al-Daradji, it stars Husham Al Thabe, Saif Slaam and Mohamed Wael; and was produced by Isabelle Stead and Atia Al Daradji. The film was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2011.

Angst (2009)

Filmmakers study residents of Amsterdam who struggle with anxiety disorders.

Chain of Souls (2001)

Members of a cult kill aspiring actresses in a sinister Hollywood theater.

Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary (2002)

Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary is a 2002 horror film directed by Guy Maddin, budgeted at $1.7 million and produced for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) as a dance film documenting a performance by the Royal Winnipeg Ballet adapting Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. Maddin elected to shoot the dance film in a fashion uncommon for such films, through close-ups and using jump cuts. Maddin also stayed close to the source material of Stoker's novel, emphasizing the xenophobia in the reactions of the main characters to Dracula (played by Zhang Wei-Qiang in Maddin's film). Work on the film deepened but also ended Maddin's collaboration with Deco Dawson, who was credited as "Editor and Associate Director". Maddin and Dawson had a falling out in the wake of the production and have not worked together again (Dawson nevertheless spoke kindly of Maddin's following feature, The Saddest Music in the World. Like most of Maddin's films, Dracula, Pages from a Virgin's Diary is shot in the silent film tradition, complete with title cards and mimicking special effects of the era, such as tinted screen color, shadow play, and vaseline smeared on the camera lens to create a blurry effect. The film is not entirely monochromatic, since computer-generated special effects add bright, acidic colours to tint golden coins, green bank notes, and red blood.

Times For (1970)

A sexually frustrated man complies with the emotional and erotic wishes of four women, but afterwards he is left even lonelier than before.

Eskimo Artist: Kenojuak (1964)

Eskimo Artist: Kenojuak is a 1964 Canadian short documentary film about Inuit artist Kenojuak Ashevak, directed by John Feeney. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.

Two Spirits (2009)

Filmmaker Lydia Nibley examines the 2001 murder of Fred Martinez, a transgendered teenager of American Indian descent.

Amazing Journeys (1999)

Filmmaker George Casey documents the migrations of butterflies, birds, gray whales, crabs and zebras.

Nina Frisk (2007)

Nina Frisk is a Swedish comedy film from 2007, written and directed by Maria Blom. Nina Frisk is an air hostess with a dysfunctional family that she tries to help.

Blood and Oil (2010)

Two British women (Naomie Harris, Jodhi May) journey through Nigeria when a militant group kidnaps three Western oil workers.

Christmas In Canaan (2009)

Christmas in Canaan is a 2009 American/Canadian drama film starring country music singer Billy Ray Cyrus. The film is based on the book of the same name written by country music artist Kenny Rogers and Donald Davenport. Filming began at the end of August 2009 and finished in mid-September. It was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Yeh Jo Mohabbat Hai (2012)

Yeh Jo Mohabbat Hai is a dramatic love story, releasing in India and other countries on 3 August 2012. Yeh Jo Mohabbat Hai is a story of two young people who are caught between love for each other and the generations old enmity between their respective Rajput families.

Miracle (2000)

A few days ago, Dennis (Stefan Pagels Andersen) was just an ordinary boy with ordinary problems. Now he is a secret agent from heaven with a license to make miracles for the middle class.

Redención (2010)

A young businessman buys a slum with the intention of modernizing it to establish a bar and sees 70 years of history pass before his eyes.

The Adventures of the Three Reporters (1926)

Miss Mend is a 1926 Soviet spy film, originally realised in three parts, directed by and starring Boris Barnet and Fyodor Otsep. It is loosely based on the books by Marietta Shaginyan. The story follows the adventures of three reporters who try to stop a biological attack on the USSR by powerful Western businessmen.

The Keyhole (1933)

The Keyhole is a 1933 American pre-Code comedy-drama film directed by Michael Curtiz.

Hail the New Puritan (1985)

Hail the New Puritan is a fictionalized documentary about the Scottish dancer and choreographer Michael Clark. It was directed by Charles Atlas. Production design is by Leigh Bowery, who also appears. Much of the music is by The Fall, and Mark E. Smith and Brix Smith appear in a mock interview with Clark. Additional music is provided by Glenn Branca, Bruce Gilbert (of Wire), and Jeffrey Hinton. Using a faux-cinéma vérité style, Atlas depicts a day in Clark's life as he and his Company prepare for a performance of New Puritans (1984). The Company at that time included Gaby Agis, Leslie Bryant, Matthew Hawkins, Julie Hood, and Ellen van Schuylenburch. The film was broadcast on 21 May 1986 on Channel 4's "Dance on 4" program (on Channel 4). It is distributed on DVD and VHS by Electronic Arts Intermix.

Under the Hood (2009)

Hollis Mason (Stephen McHattie) becomes a masked superhero known as Nite Owl.

Where There's a Will (1936)

American thieves use an unsuspecting bloke (Will Hay) to launch their plan.

Dog Eat Dog (2001)

Dog Eat Dog is a 2001 British sex comedy film, directed by Moody Shoaibi and written by Moody Shoaibi and Mark Tonderai.

Anna's Eve (2004)

Anna, a kindhearted social worker, suffers a mental breakdown after discovering the gruesome murder of a child under her supervision. Still fragile, Anna struggles to move on with her life even as the child's ghost haunts her. She reluctantly seeks advice from a psychic, but the evil that torments Anna shocks the psychic into a coma. When bizarre accidents continue to take the lives of those around her, Anna is forced to confront her terror alone.

Midsummer Nightmares (2011)

Audrey's horror-themed costume party turns into a real bloodbath when an uninvited guest goes on a killing spree.

Trapped by Television (1936)

Trapped by Television is a 1936 American film directed by Del Lord. The film is also known as Caught by Television in the United Kingdom.

Best Revenge (1984)

Best Revenge is a 1984 Canadian film directed by John Trent from a story by David Rothberg. Originally entitled Misdeal the film was renamed following a delayed release. The film was panned for its similarity to Midnight Express.

The Weapons of Death (1981)

San Francisco thugs mess with the wrong martial-arts expert (Eric Lee).

One Nation Under God (2009)

One Nation Under God is a 2009 American documentary film. It is directed by Will Bakke, produced by Michael B Allen, and stars Michael B Allen, Lawson Hopkins, Austin Meek, and Will Bakke. This is Will Bakke's first film. Original Production began in March 2008 in Dallas, Texas and completed in March 2009. The film has had limited screening around the US since it premiered on April 11, 2009, and was released on DVD August 31, 2009.

Jonah and the Great Fish (2011)

Chloe uses her imagination to bring the Bible story of Jonah to life.

The Mysteries of a Hairdresser's Shop (1923)

Mysteries of a Barbershop is a comic, slapstick German film of 33 minutes, created by Bertolt Brecht, directed by Erich Engel, and starring the Munich cabaret clown Karl Valentin and leading stage actor Erwin Faber. Brecht reportedly did not write a complete shooting script, but rather produced "notes" and "parts of a manuscript" for this short, silent film and intended the actors to improvise the action. Although the film was not considered a success by any of its creative team, and consequently never released as a profit making film to the public, it has been recognized and acknowledged—since its re-discovery in a Moscow archive in the 1970s—as a considerably important German film.

Children Who Labor (1912)

After a working-class family reluctantly allows its eldest daughter to work in a factory, it takes in a lost young girl, who turns out to be the mill owner's daughter.

The Greatest Question (1919)

Whether there is life after death becomes an almost peripheral issue in this tense story of villainy and retribution. Pious, generous and good, the Hilton's faith is sorely tried when they lose a son during World War I. The younger son (Robert Harron) tries his best to keep the family afloat, and an orphan girl they had taken in (Lillian Gish) hires herself out as a maid to an evil couple, only to be treated as a slave by the wife and to find herself in constant danger from the husband. Things go from bad to worse as Gish recognises her employers as the couple who killed and buried a girl the man had raped, and having accused them of the crime, may well suffer the same fate herself. Harron saves her in the nick of time and realising he loves her, asks her to be his wife. Griffith's masterly intercutting creates real suspense in the climactic scene of Gish's recollection of the crime, the accusation, her flight from the couple and their attempts to reach her in the attic where she has fled.

Montevideo: Taste of a Dream (2010)

Montevideo, God Bless You! is a 2010 Serbian film directed by Dragan Bjelogrlić about the events leading to the participation of the Yugoslavia national football team at the first FIFA World Cup in Montevideo, Uruguay in July 1930. The film gained considerable media attention throughout 2010 and achieved significant box office success in Serbia since its release on December 21, 2010. The entire project has been hugely successful regionally thus far. More than 520,000 people in Serbia saw the first film, which won numerous awards.