Date of the Dead (2017)

Three tales of terror; a guy battles evil cheerleaders, a couple deals with a home invasion, and a serial killer meets the woman of his dreams.

Prehysteria! 3 (1995)

Pygmy dinosaurs help the owner (Fred Willard) of a miniature golf course fight off bank foreclosure and takeover by his greedy brother (Bruce Weitz).

Meltdown (2014)

Four friends have their seemingly quiet birthday celebration crashed by a pack of flesh eating monsters.

The Legend of Custer (1968)

Lt. Col. George A. Custer (Wayne Maunder) and his men (Slim Pickens, Peter Palmer) shape up the 7th Cavalry.

Alcatraz Island (1937)

Alcatraz Island is a 1937 American drama film directed by William C. McGann and written by Crane Wilbur. The film stars John Litel, Ann Sheridan, Mary Maguire, Gordon Oliver, Dick Purcell and Ben Welden. The film was released by Warner Bros. on November 6, 1937.

Destination: Rad City (2014)

Rick lives as if the 1980s has never ended.

Sanders of the River (1935)

Seeking out new avenues for his artistry, Paul Robeson moved his family to London in 1928. During the next twelve years, he headlined six British films, pioneering uncharted territory for black actors and reaching a level of prominence unthinkable in Hollywood. Robeson's first British production, Zoltán Korda's Sanders of the River, however, ended up being an embarrassment for the actor, its story of an African tribal leader transformed into a celebration of the British Empire.

The Restless Ones (1965)

Husband-and-wife TV writers (Georgia Lee, Robert Sampson) turn to religion, and so does their troubled teenage son (Johnny Crawford).

The Thin Black Line (2015)

When overzealous police officers kill an innocent youth they blame the crime on a white officer; a witness knows otherwise.

Alienator (1990)

Alienator is a 1989 science fiction/action/thriller, directed by filmmaker Fred Olen Ray—the producer, director, and screenwriter of over one hundred low to medium-budget feature films in many genres—and starring Jan-Michael Vincent, star of the CBS television series Airwolf. Alienator is among several films produced by Jeffrey C. Hogue.

Get Mean (1976)

Get Mean, also known as Beat a Dead Horse, Vengeance of the Barbarians and The Stranger Gets Mean, is a 1975 Italian-American Spaghetti Western fantasy comedy film directed by Ferdinando Baldi and starring Tony Anthony, Lloyd Battista, Raf Baldassarre, Diana Lorys and Mirta Miller. It is the final sequel to A Stranger in Town, with Anthony reprising the role of "The Stranger."

Aparajito (1956)

Satyajit Ray had not planned to make a sequel to Pather Panchali, but after the film’s international success, he decided to continue Apu’s narrative. Aparajito picks up where the first film leaves off, with Apu and his family having moved away from the country to live in the bustling holy city of Varanasi (then known as Benares). As Apu progresses from wide-eyed child to intellectually curious teenager, eventually studying in Kolkata, we witness his academic and moral education, as well as the growing complexity of his relationship with his mother. This tenderly expressive, often heart-wrenching film, which won three top prizes at the Venice Film Festival, including the Golden Lion, not only extends but also spiritually deepens the tale of Apu.

The Trouble with Dick (1987)

A sci-fi writer (Tom Villard) has writer's block caused by his landlady (Elaine Giftos), her nymphet daughter and his dream girl (Susan Dey).

Her Name Is Sabine (2007)

Actress Sandrine Bonnaire makes a moving directorial debut in this thoughtful documentary about her younger sister, Sabine, whose autism-related behavioural difficulties went undiagnosed for the better part of three decades. Winner of the Fipresci award at Cannes 2007, this is a powerful statement about the limits of love in the face of chronic debilitating illness.

The Lollipop Cover (1965)

Nick Bartaloni (Don Gordon), a dejected and unsuccessful boxer, decides he has had enough of fighting, and wants to reclaim the savings he left with his sister. However, after her suicide, the money has fallen into the hands of a junkie. As Nick hitchhikes across the country to find him, he meets Felicity (Carol Seflinger), an upbeat girl who has been neglected by her father. Even though Felicity has so many reasons to be bitter, she stays positive and slowly starts to influence Nick.

A Chump at Oxford (1940)

A Chump at Oxford, directed in 1939 by Alfred J. Goulding and released in 1940 by United Artists, was the penultimate Laurel and Hardy film made at the Hal Roach studios. Originally released as a streamliner featurette at forty minutes long, the original streamliner version was slightly reedited and twenty minutes of footage largely unrelated to the main plot were later added for European distribution and, ultimately, American distribution. A later reissue version was further reedited, jumping from Stan and Ollie`s entrance into the employment agency to them sweeping the streets. A 20 minute version created for television distribution is entitled ALTER EGO. The longer version is the one most often seen today. The title echoes the popular film A Yank at Oxford (1938).

Hoero tekken (1982)

Roaring Fire is a 1981 Japanese martial arts film co-written and directed by Norifumi Suzuki and starring Hiroyuki Sanada, Etsuko Shihomi, and Sonny Chiba, who also choreographed the film's action sequences. The film also had former professional wrestler Abdullah the Butcher in a major role as an enemy-turned-ally of Sanada's hero character.

New York, New York (2016)

When the youngest concierge ever at a five-star Chinese hotel is tempted by an invitation to run a hotel in the Big Apple, everyone around him looks to take advantage of the move, including a love interest who may not be as trustworthy as she seems.

Un Coeur Qui Bat (1991)

Mado (Dominique Faysse) lives a comfortable life in Paris. She's an actress in radio plays and is married to a wealthy antiques dealer. They have a teenage son (Christophe Pichon) and live in luxury on a houseboat on the Seine. But when she has a chance encounter with a younger man -- Yves (Thierry Fortineau), who is also married -- she risks everything for a passionate affair. Though Mado doesn't want to leave her family, she's still interested in Yves and the fantasy he represents.

La rencontre (1996)

Filmmaker Alain Cavalier records daily events and observations during his first year with a lover.

The Children Nobody Wanted (1981)

The Children Nobody Wanted is a 1981 American made-for-television drama film based on the true story of child advocate Tom Butterfield (1940–1982), the youngest bachelor to become a legal foster parent in the state of Missouri, and his creation of the Butterfield Ranch.

Marine Raiders (1944)

Marine Raiders is a 1944 RKO war film showing a fictional depiction of the 1st Marine Raider Battalion and 1st Marine Parachute Battalion on Guadalcanal, R&R in Australia, retraining in Camp Elliott (where much of the film was made) and a fictional attack in the Solomon Islands. Produced by Robert Fellows, and directed by Harold D. Schuster, it stars Pat O'Brien, Robert Ryan, and Ruth Hussey.

Mars et Avril (2012)

Mars et Avril (aka Mars & Avril or Mars and April, — "Mars" here referring to planet Mars, and "Avril/April" to the lead female character) is a Canadian science fiction film starring Jacques Languirand, Caroline Dhavernas, Paul Ahmarani and Robert Lepage. The feature film, based on the graphic novels of the same name published by Sid Lee & la Pastèque, is written, produced and directed by Martin Villeneuve. Shot on a very tight budget and with abundant use of green screen, Villeneuve's feature film debut has a significant amount of visual effects. Belgian comic book artist François Schuiten (Les Cités Obscures) is the production designer, former ILM Senior Compositor Carlos Monzon (Avatar, Transformers, Star Trek) worked as VFX supervisor, and Oscar-nominated Benoît Charest (Les Triplettes de Belleville) composed the original score. The film was financed by Telefilm Canada, SODEC, Les Productions du 8e Art and the Harold Greenberg Fund, and is distributed in Canada by Alliance Vivafilm and in the United States by Gaiam. The official trailer on YouTube was released in Quebec theatres and on Alliance Vivafilm's YouTube channel on December 21, 2011. The World premiere took place on July 2, 2012, at the 47th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Czech Republic (the film was selected in the section “Another View” for its unique artistic approach in both form and content). Since then, the film has been screened in many other major cinema events around the globe (see the FESTIVALS section below).

Moonlight Express (1999)

Moonlight Express is a 1999 Hong Kong-Japanese romance film directed by Daniel Lee and starring Leslie Cheung and Takako Tokiwa.

The Meanest Man in the World (1943)

The Meanest Man in the World is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Sidney Lanfield, starring Jack Benny and Priscilla Lane, based upon a play that starred George M. Cohan, who produced it on Broadway and released by 20th Century Fox. The supporting cast features Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Edmund Gwenn and Anne Revere. The picture's screenplay was written by George Seaton and Allan House. The plotline involves a kind lawyer (Benny) who pretends to be mean in order to further his career, which has the unforeseen repercussion of placing his romance with Lane's character in serious jeopardy.

Domestic Violence 2 (2002)

A woman goes through the court system in Florida after being charged with domestic battery.

The Reflecting Pool (2008)

A journalist's investigation of the Sept. 11 attacks implicates the U.S. government.

Ebenezer (1998)

Ebenezer is a 1998 Canadian made-for-television re-telling of Charles Dickens' classic 1843 novella A Christmas Carol with Jack Palance giving a performance as Ebenezer Scrooge, á la Western genre.

Continental, un film sans fusil (2007)

Continental, a Film Without Guns (French: Continental, un film sans fusil) is a 2007 Canadian comedy-drama film directed and written by Stéphane Lafleur.

Clipped Wings (1937)

Clipped Wings is a 1937 American crime and aviation film directed by Stuart Paton from an original story and screenplay by Paul Willett. The film stars Lloyd E. Hughes, Rosalind Keith and William Janney.

The Shanghai Gesture (1942)

The Shanghai Gesture is a 1941 American film noir directed by Josef von Sternberg and starring Gene Tierney, Walter Huston, Victor Mature, and Ona Munson. It is based on a Broadway play of the same name by John Colton, which was adapted for the screen by Sternberg and produced by Arnold Pressburger for United Artists. It was the last Hollywood film Sternberg ever completed (in 1951 he started directing Macao, but was fired halfway through production by Howard Hughes, and the same thing happened with the 1957 Jet Pilot). The Shanghai Gesture received Academy Award nominations for Best Art Direction (Boris Leven) and Best Original Music Score (Richard Hageman).

Kiss of Fire (1955)

Kiss of Fire is a 1955 American Technicolor adventure film directed by Joseph M. Newman and starring Jack Palance and Barbara Rush.

Homme Less (2015)

Homme Less is a 2014 documentary on fashion photographer and former model Mark Reay. The film was the feature debut of director Thomas Wirthenson, a former model himself. The documentary premiered at the 2014 Kitzbuehel Film Festival and later played at DOC NYC where it won the Metropolis Grand Jury Prize.

This Is Not a Love Song (2002)

This is Not a Love Song (2002) is a 2002 British film directed by Bille Eltringham, the first film to be streamed live on the Internet simultaneously with its cinema premiere. The film starred Michael Colgan, Kenneth Glenaan, David Bradley and John Henshaw. It was available online 5–19 September 2003.

Black Thunder (1998)

Black Thunder was a 1998 action film starring Michael Dudikoff and Richard Norton, and directed by Rick Jacobson. The story follows Vince (Michael Dudikoff) and Jannick (Gary Hudson) as they are sent to retrieve a stealth plane stolen by Libyan terrorists, newly developed by the United States.

Nine Good Teeth (2002)

Filmmaker Alex Halpern interviews his outspoken 102-year-old grandmother.

SOS: Summer of Suspense (2008)

Noora, who lives in a small coastal community, finds a packet of drugs while trying to save a seal cub abandoned by its mother.

Bar Sport (2011)

Bar Sport is a 2011 comedy film written and directed by Massimo Martelli and starring Claudio Bisio. It is based on a novel with the same name written by Stefano Benni.

Gemini - The Twin Stars (1988)

Two young men (Gene Patrick, Thomas Nock), American and Swiss, meet and go to Greece with a U.S. senator's wife (Aurore Clment), followed by trouble.

Mystery Files (1996)

A detective (Andy Hui Chi-On) tries to solve a trio of baffling cases.

Tiny Little Lies (2008)

Upstairs, Michael's wife lies murdered while he hosts two clients who want to buy his work for a lot of money. He convinces Marti (Jaclyn Kerhulas), his wife's assistant, and Dominick (Drew Berenc), a young artist his wife seduced, to help keep her death a secret until the deal is sealed.

One By One (1975)

One by One (reissued in edited form as The Quick and the Dead in 1978) is a documentary about the deadliness of Grand Prix racing, including footage of fatal racing accidents. It is narrated by Stacy Keach. The film was reissued as The Quick and the Dead in 1978 including the death of Tom Pryce at the 1977 South African Grand Prix. and was later released also as Champions Forever: The Formula One Drivers.

Astonishing (2004)

After surviving a car accident, an emotionally fragile woman (Christy Chung) awakens to learn another person (Sasha Hou) has taken her identity.

Daughter of the Sun (1962)

A local school board is outraged to discover that one of their teachers is a nudist.

Vampire Dentist (2006)

Two dentists rent their office to a mysterious man who works only at night on an odd assortment of clients.

Houdini (1998)

Harry Houdini (Johnathon Schaech) becomes a legendary escape artist, fascinated with spiritualism and the afterlife.

Sexbomb (1989)

A B-movie producer's (Robert Quarry) wife wants him killed and wants a struggling screenwriter (Stuart Benton) to do it.

Lebanon, Pa. (2011)

Lebanon, PA is a 2010 American drama film written and directed by Ben Hickernell. The film tells the story of Will, a 35-year-old Philadelphian who travels to nearby Lebanon, Pennsylvania, to bury his recently deceased father. While visiting he connects with his 17-year-old cousin, CJ, who is recently pregnant. Will then meets and becomes romantically interested in CJ's teacher, who is married. After CJ has an argument with her father, she and Will face difficult decisions regarding their futures. The film explores the challenges of bridging the cultural divide in the United States through the lens of an extended family.

Family Secret (2001)

After her father's death, filmmaker Pola Rapaport discovers the existence of a brother in Eastern Europe.

the port of last resort (1998)

Filmmakers Joan Grossman and Paul Rosdy tell of the Jewish refugees who fled from Europe to Shanghai during World War II.

Detroit Wild City (2010)

The city experiences a rise and fall, but urban pioneers are resettling the city.

Mom (2006)

Kelly travels to Little Hope with her camerawoman to gather market research.

Drei gegen drei (1985)

Three German pop stars look just like a trio of Latin American dictators.

G.I. War Brides (1946)

G.I. War Brides is a 1946 American comedy film directed by George Blair and written by John K. Butler. The film stars Anna Lee, James Ellison, Harry Davenport, William "Bill" Henry, Stephanie Bachelor, Doris Lloyd and Robert Armstrong. The film was released on August 12, 1946, by Republic Pictures.

Killing Ruth: The Snuff Dialogues (2011)

After killing a woman in a nursing home, a female assassin (Irena Huljak) befriends her neighbor.

Forbidden Heaven (1935)

Forbidden Heaven is a 1935 American drama film directed by Reginald Barker and written by Sada Cowan and Jefferson Parker. The film stars Charles Farrell, Charlotte Henry, Beryl Mercer, Fred Walton, Eric Wilton and Phyllis Barry. The film was released on October 5, 1935, by Republic Pictures.

Phantom Ranger (1938)

Phantom Ranger is a 1938 American film directed by Sam Newfield.

Frankie in Blunderland (2011)

With his life in shambles, a man (Aramis Sartorio) embarks on a surreal journey to find his kidnapped wife.

The Man Who Saw Frankenstein Cry (2010)

The life and work of filmmaker Paul Naschy.

The Dead Inside (2011)

The Dead Inside is a 2011 musical horror film that was directed by Travis Betz. The film had its world premiere on December 20, 2011 at the Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival and was released to DVD on November 20, 2012. It stars Sarah Lassez and Dustin Fasching as a young couple that must deal with supernatural along with their own personal demons. Betz was inspired to make the film after he and his girlfriend had both been "creatively dead for quite some time" and he'd woken one night to hear her making strange noises while she slept. This prompted him to come up with the idea for The Dead Inside and he chose to make it a musical after watching Sarah Lassez perform at a karaoke bar.

Four Sons (1928)

Four Sons is a 1928 silent drama film directed and produced by John Ford and written for the screen by Philip Klein from a story by I. A. R. Wylie first published in the Saturday Evening Post as "Grandmother Bernle Learns Her Letters" (1926). It is one of only a handful of survivors out of the more than fifty silent films that Ford directed between 1917 and 1928. It starred Margaret Mann, James Hall, and Charles Morton. The film is also notable for the presence of the young John Wayne in an uncredited role as an officer. Though "silent," it was released with a Movietone music and sound effects track. A family is torn apart by the advent of World War I. It was remade in 1940 with the same title, starring Don Ameche and Eugenie Leontovich, and directed by Archie Mayo, although the war was updated to World War II.

Covered Wagon Days (1940)

Covered Wagon Days is a 1940 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by George Sherman.

The Waltons' Crisis (1973)

Stricken with polio, a woman attempts to ensure the futures of her children.

Investigation Into the Invisible World (2002)

Icelandic politicians, artists, mediums and children discuss the possibility of the existence of fairies, elves and trolls.

Faded Memories (2008)

A woman tries to break up the budding romance between her teenage son (Brock Vincent Kelly) and a girl (Anne-Sophie Dutoit) who has a rare phobia.


Discopath (French: Discopathe) is a 2013 Canadian film directed by Renaud Gauthier. The film is about Duane Lewis, a New York cook who becomes insane when hearing disco music. After murdering a woman in a club, Duane travels to Montreal where he continues his killing spree. Discopath premiered in Canada at the Fantasia Film Festival.

Ringo and His Golden Pistol (1966)

Johnny Oro, also known as Ringo and His Golden Pistol, is a 1966 Spaghetti Western film directed by Sergio Corbucci and starring Mark Damon.

Le monde nous appartient (2013)

Pouga and Julien meet one night on a bridge and their fates intersect.

Warriors of Terra (2006)

An animal-rights group’s raid of a bio-tech company backfires when they become trapped in a lab alongside a ravenous, genetically-mutated human. Hopefully they appreciate the irony of being the only animals in the facility in need of rescue.

Changing Our Minds: The Story of Dr. Evelyn Hooker (1992)

Changing Our Minds: The Story of Dr. Evelyn Hooker is a 1992 American documentary film directed by Richard Schmiechen. The film, which chronicles the work of Evelyn Hooker, a psychologist who challenged the then-standard psychological view of homosexuality, was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

Mad Foxes (1981)

Max Foxes is a Spanish exploitation film and thriller film directed by Paul Grau.

The Knight is Young (1938)

A tap-dancing painter helps a nice dame out of a tough jam.

Coming Soon (2014)

Coming Soon (Turkish: Pek Yakinda) is a 2014 Turkish comedy film directed by Cem Yılmaz.

Mars At Sunrise (2014)

A painter’s resistance, courage and spirit can never be imprisoned in this highly stylized story of the conflict of two frustrated artists on either side of Israel’s militarized borders. Inspired by renowned Palestinian artist in exile Hani Zurob.

Liliom (1930)

Liliom is a 1930 American drama film directed by Frank Borzage and written by S. N. Behrman and Sonya Levien. The film stars Charles Farrell, Rose Hobart, Estelle Taylor, H. B. Warner, Lee Tracy and Walter Abel. The film was released on October 5, 1930, by Fox Film Corporation.

Dinner At Eight (1989)

Dinner at Eight is a 1989 American comedy film directed by Ron Lagomarsino and written by Tom Griffin. It is a remake of the 1933 film Dinner at Eight. The film stars Lauren Bacall, Charles Durning, Ellen Greene, Harry Hamlin, John Mahoney and Marsha Mason. The film premiered on TNT on December 11, 1989.

Red White Black & Blue (2017)

RED WHITE BLACK & BLUE ODYSSEY chronicles the ICEF Rugby Program in South Los Angeles, as head coach and founder Stuart Krohn brings the sport of rugby to Inner City high school boys and girls, taking them around the world to compete against international teams.

Green Legend Ran (1992)

In a world drained of natural resources by alien beings, a boy sets out to rescue his kidnapped beloved.

Heart Full of Rain (1997)

Absent for seven years, a young man (Rick Schroder) returns home to reconcile with his father (Richard Crenna) and former lover (Kim Dickens).

The Village of Peace (2014)

African Hebrew Israelites move from Chicago to the Israeli desert.

Car 54, Where Are You? (1994)

Car 54, Where Are You? is a 1994 comedy film directed by Bill Fishman and stars David Johansen and John C. McGinley. It is based on the television series of the same name starring Joe E. Ross and Fred Gwynne that ran from 1961 to 1963. Reprising their roles from the original series are Nipsey Russell, whose character Anderson is now a captain, and Al Lewis, whose officer Schnauser now spends his time watching TV reruns of The Munsters (in which Lewis and Gwynne also starred). The film was originally produced as a musical comedy but released without the filmed musical interludes.

Getting Even (1986)

Getting Even (also known as Hostage: Dallas) is a 1986 film directed by Dwight H. Little.

Peter and John (2015)

Peter and John is a 2015 American drama film written and directed by Jay Craven and starring Jacqueline Bisset and Christian Coulson. It is based on Guy de Maupassant's novel Pierre et Jean.

Sur le chemin de l'école (2013)

Four students from different parts of the world travel long distances to attend school.

The Man Who Would Be Polka King (2009)

The rise and fall of Grammy-nominated polka music superstar Jan Lewan.

Clarence (1990)

Clarence is a 1990 made-for-television film directed by Eric Till. It is a sequel to the 1946 film It's a Wonderful Life following the character of Clarence Odbody from that film.

End of the Road (1944)

End of the Road is a 1944 American crime film directed by George Blair and written by Denison Clift, Gertrude Walker and Albert Beich. The film stars Edward Norris, John Abbott, June Storey, Jonathan Hale, Pierre Watkin and Ted Hecht. The film was released on November 10, 1944, by Republic Pictures.

Citizen Marc (2013)

Filmmaker Roger Larry examines Marc Emery's quest for fame and jail, and his fight against the government.

Counterspy Meets Scotland Yard (1950)

Counterspy Meets Scotland Yard is a 1950 British film starring Ron Randell and Amanda Blake. It was directed by Seymour Friedman.

Thank You Mask Man (1971)

Thank You Mask Man is an animated short film based upon a comedy routine by Lenny Bruce involving The Lone Ranger and Tonto. The film was produced by John Magnuson, and directed by Jeff Hale.

Egon & Donci (2007)

A spaceship from Earth crashes on a planet inhabited by a goofy scientist and his cat.

Sounds Like Teen Spirit (2008)

Sounds Like Teen Spirit (also known as Sounds Like Teen Spirit: A Popumentary) is a 2008 documentary and debut feature film of Bafta-Award nominated director Jamie Jay Johnson. It follows the lives of the participants of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2007, specifically the entrants from Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus and Georgia. The film sees them proceed from the national finals that saw them crowned the representatives of their country through to the international song festival itself held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, where they each compete against 16 other acts.

The Chimp (1932)

The Chimp is a Laurel and Hardy short film made in 1932. It was directed by James Parrott, produced by Hal Roach and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Thommanum Makkalum (2005)

Thommanum Makkalum is a 2005 Malayalam film directed by Shafi, written by Benny P. Nayarambalam, and produced by Lal under his production house Lal Creations. The film stars Mammootty, Lal, and Rajan P. Dev in the main roles. It tells the story of Thomman and his two adopted sons Shivan (Mammootty) and Sathyan (Lal).

Pacific Adventure (1946)

Smithy (also known as Southern Cross in the UK and Pacific Adventure in the US) is a 1946 Australian adventure film about pioneering Australian aviator Sir Charles Kingsford Smith and his 1928 flight across the Pacific Ocean, from San Francisco, California, United States to Brisbane, Queensland, Australia . This was the first-ever transpacific flight. Kingsford Smith was the pilot of the Fokker F.VII/3m three-engine monoplane "Southern Cross", with Australian aviator Charles Ulm as the relief pilot. The other two crew members were Americans James Warner and Harry Lyon.

Ezhu Sundara Rathrikal (2013)

Ezhu Sundara Rathrikal is a 2013 Malayalam romantic comedy film directed by Lal Jose and starring Dileep, Parvathy Nambiar, Rima Kallingal and Murali Gopy. The film follows a sequence of events that unfolds during a course of seven days and nights of a bridegroom. It depicts how Aby Mathews (Dileep) life is tossed over when he happens to meet his ex-girlfriend once again before his wedding day.

Bedtime for Timmy (2010)

Night falls, shadows creep out, and the time has come for little Timmy to go to bed. But can he brave the ominous gaze of his closet door?

King of the Jungle (1933)

King of the Jungle is a 1933 American Pre-Code adventure film directed by H. Bruce Humberstone and Max Marcin and written by Charles Thurley Stoneham, Max Marcin, Fred Niblo, Jr. and Philip Wylie. The film stars Buster Crabbe, Frances Dee, Sidney Toler, Nydia Westman, Robert Barrat, Irving Pichel and Douglass Dumbrille. The film was released on March 10, 1933, by Paramount Pictures.

School of Hard Knocks (2013)

A tale of two friends who go their separate ways after witnessing a crime in their youth.

Stop (2014)

The feature length documentary STOP follows three years in the life of David Ourlicht, one of the four named plaintiffs in Floyd vs. City of New York. By interweaving the story of David's family with the action around the trial, STOP places the stop and frisk controversy in the context of a long history of civil rights. From David's Jewish grandfather, who describes being arrested in Greenwich Village on his first date with David's grandmother, an African-American woman, to David's biracial father, Italian-American mother, and mixed race sister, the Ourlicht family offers a powerful backdrop to the flashpoint issue of stop and frisk. The film asks: Must we trade safety for civil rights? From interviews with the lead attorneys bringing in the case, to police officers who defend the practice, to the law professor who wrote the expert report, to coverage of Mayor Bloomberg and Police Chief Ray Kelly, STOP paints a picture of a city divided. Then the trial begins. From the rallies, to the press conferences, to the day David testifies, to closing statements and CCR's celebratory party, STOP offers a behind the scenes look at the trial, and gives a history of an era of intense political battles that the City of New York will never forget.