Dynamic Yoga (2005)
Tick Tock Lullaby (2007)
Tick Tock Lullaby is a British indie comedy-drama film of 2007 written and directed by Lisa Gornick.
Uncensored Science: Bill Nye Debates Ken Ham (2014)
The Land of Silence (2014)
Donald's Dinner Date (1999)
Dona Xepa (1959)
The Ninja Pirates (1981)
Undercover kung fu constables track thieves who've stolen a huge cache of government bullion.
Boston Fire (1979)
Smoke rises over the skyline from a fire.
Documentary filmmaker Emile de Antoni drinks an entire quart of J&B scotch in 20 minutes.
Schacko Klak (1989)
Young Luxembourgers are forced to join the Wehrmacht after a resistance strike.
Angel of Passion (1995)
An amorous emissary from heaven sparks up the sex lives of unhappy humans.
Seven Hours in Heaven (2015)
Six friends on a weekend getaway play a game that changes their lives forever.
The Christmas Angel (1904)
Détresse et Charité, released in the United States as The Christmas Angel and in Britain as The Beggar Maiden, is a 1904 French short silent film directed by Georges Méliès. It was released by Méliès's Star Film Company and is numbered 669–677 in its catalogues.
Du ba tian xia (1978)
A fierce female warrior vows to overthrow the bandits of the Black Wind Fortress.
Space Adventure Cobra (1982)
Space Adventure Cobra: The Movie, known in Japan as Space Adventure Cobra , is a 1982 Japanese animated science fiction film directed by Osamu Dezaki based on Buichi Terasawa's 1978 manga Cobra.
Reel Montauk (2014)
Archival footage, interviews and animation combine to illustrate a Long Island community's rich history and present life.
Face the Thunder (2011)
Twelve bikers from Sacramento, California travel across the country to Washington, D.C. to raise awareness for POW's and MIA's.
G.O.R.A. is a 2004 Turkish science-fiction comedy film, directed by Ömer Faruk Sorak, which stars Cem Yılmaz as a used carpet salesman who is abducted by aliens from the planet G.O.R.A. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on November 5, 2004 (2004-11-05), was one of the highest grossing Turkish films of 2004 and was followed by the sequel A.R.O.G (2008).
I Colori di Antonio (2013)
I Colori di Antonio is a snapshot of the life and work of Antonio Liverano, a figure of historic proportions in the world of clothing and tailoring and one of the few masters of the Florentine tailoring style. His work is an exceedingly rare mixture of technical skill and individual style, products of incredible dedication and an eclectic personality. The documentary captures the many facets of Antonio’s unusual life, tracing his origins, following him through his workroom to customers in Asia, discussing his aesthetic and introducing characters in his curious universe as the Liverano name evolves from a pair of brothers into the House of Liverano and its next generation steps from the wings.
John Pinette: Still Hungry (2011)
John Pinetteâs hilarious stand-up act entitled âStill Hungryâ wowed the audiences and earned him rave reviews. As a larger than life teddy bear type man, Pinette is known for poking fun at his weight and his struggle to get thin. This stand-up comedy featured some of his stories like the restraint menu at McDonalds. He talks about how he cannot stand when people hold up the line and stare at the board at McDonalds. Then to make matters worse, he loathes when someone asks the clerk how big a small is. He ends each parody with his standard, âGet out of the lineâ grumble.
Pinette uses this stage to talk about his addition to Dairy Queen. How he hears angles each time he sees the sign. Another favorite is his view on the Chinese Restaurant and the owner that told him, âyou not come and eat all day, you eat you go home.â His comedy gets personal when he talks about his struggles to lose weight and to get down to an acceptable range. His recently found gluten intolerance is by far the most memorable moment. His switch to gluten free bread and the use of a blow torch to try to make a grilled cheese had the crowd doing standing ovations.
Kinderblock 66: Return to Buchenwald (2012)
Four men who survived the Nazis' Buchenwald concentration camp as children return to the compound for the 65 anniversary of their liberation.
Lamb of God: Killadelphia (2005)
Thrash-metal band Lamb of God’s Killadelphia features a set recorded at The Trocadero in 2005 in support of Ashes Of The Wake, along with great candid footage of the group at work and at play, for an exciting all-access portrait.
Made in the USA: The 30 Day Journey (2014)
Forever changed by witnessing the devastation of an aluminum plant shutting down in his hometown, Josh Miller sets out on a 30 day journey across America to find out if “Made in the USA” still means anything. Throughout the journey Josh lives off of “Made in USA” products as best he can, and speaks to people in the heart of America about issues facing the country today as the continued outsourcing of the manufacture of goods erodes the manufacturing backbone of the American economy - and the dreams of countless workers around the nation.
Mariachi High (2012)
Mariachi High was a made for television movie that aired in 2012 on PBS. It was a documentary that followed a mariachi group from a high school that was located in South Texas for a year. The group was made up of Hispanic American students and were known locally for their highly inspiring sound and ensemble.
Surprise Cinema (2000)
An outrageous parody of "Candid Camera" featuring, among others wacky stunts, a man having sex with an octopus.
The Affairs of Cellini (1934)
The Affairs of Cellini (1934) is a comedy film set in Florence over 400 years ago. This film was adapted by Bess Meredyth from the play The Firebrand of Florence by Edwin Justus Mayer. It was directed by Gregory La Cava.
Flesh on Fire: Addicted to a Dream (2012)
Actor Donnie Faught comes out of the backwoods of Arkansas and finds success in Los Angeles.
Duck and Cover (1952)
Duck and Cover is a civil defense social guidance film that is often popularly mischaracterized as propaganda.
With similar themes to the more adult oriented civil defense training films, the film was widely distributed to United States schoolchildren in the 1950s. It instructionally teaches students on what to do in the event of a nuclear explosion.
Und in der Mitte der Erde war Feuer (2014)
The story of a 98-year-old Jewish woman who escaped from the Nazi regime and fled to Ecuador.
Franco's Settlers (2013)
A contemporary review of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco and how Spaniards deal with the past.
Weeping for a Bandit (1964)
Weeping for a Bandit (Spanish: Llanto por un bandido) is a 1964 Spanish drama film directed by Carlos Saura. It was Saura's first film in color. It was co-produced with France and Italy, and starred Italian Lea Massari and French-Italian Lino Ventura. Thanks to his friendship with Saura, filmmaker Luis Buñuel has a small role. The film was entered into the 14th Berlin International Film Festival.
The Tibetan Book of the Dead: A Way of Life (1994)
A marvelous documentary creation"- CM MAGAZINE. Narrated by Leonard Cohen, this enlightening two-part series explores the sacred text and boldly visualizes the afterlife according to its profound wisdom. An ancient source of strength and guidance, The Tibetan Book of the Dead remains an essential teaching of the spiritual cultures of the Himalayas.
The Great Blondino (1967)
A young man navigates a troubling world.
The Tibetan Book of the Dead: The Great Liberation (1994)
An old lama and his novice monk guide a Himalayan villager into the afterlife using readings from "The Tibetan Book of the Dead."
The Rifle, the Jackal, the Wolf, and the Boy (2016)
Two brothers (Fidel Badran, Jad Badran) take matters into their own hands when their den of poultry is attacked by a wild animal.
Sinai Field Mission (1978)
Diplomats and technicians work on a warning system, and the installation of it helps bring an end to the war between Israel and Egypt in 1973 and establish a long-lasting armistice.
The educational programs at the Alabama School for the Blind are organized around the effort to educate blind and visually impaired students to be in charge of their own lives.
Les pépites (2016)
Christian and Marie France change the lives of 10,000 kids.
The Messina brothers, the founders of an online store for cheap cigarettes, get sued by Big Tobacco.
Anata e is a 2012 Japanese film directed by Yasuo Furuhata.
After being bought by a man and named Doll, a young girl is sent to live with a mother of two who must complete a mysterious mission.
Of Thee I Sting (1946)
Of Thee I Sting is a 1946 Warner Bros. cartoon directed by Friz Freleng, written by Michael Maltese and narrated by Robert C. Bruce that is a parody of World War II documentaries and the title Of Thee I Sing. Material was reused from the Target Snafu cartoon. The title is a play on Of Thee I Sing.
In Target for Tonight style a narrator briefs the audience on a mosquito attack upon a picnic.
A Minor Altercation (1977)
Tensions mount between a black and a white girl during Boston's desegregation.
An insecure actor (Federico Luppi) seeks mentoring advice from a legendary performer (Francisco Rabal) who is unwilling to part with it.
Shenanigans at a fancy restaurant.
Smash Your Baggage (1932)
Porters perform in a train station to raise money for an injured colleague.
Traffic with the Devil (1946)
Traffic with the Devil is a 1946 American short documentary film about traffic problems in Los Angeles, directed by Gunther von Fritsch. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.
Natasha: Portrait of an Urban Poet (2011)
The life and poetry of a black feminist poet.
In 1969, two cousins set out on bikes to travel around Lake Superior.
The Darkening (2012)
A young man returns to his hometown to rid himself of the nightmares that have plagued him since he witnessed his mother's murder. As soon as they move in, a stranger begins killing townspeople and the man must prove he is not the killer.
Yuma is a 2012 Polish-Czech action film directed by Piotr Mularuk.
Death at a Broadcast (1935)
Death at Broadcasting House, also known as Death at a Broadcast, is a 1934 British mystery film directed by Reginald Denham and starring Ian Hunter, Austin Trevor, Henry Kendall, and Jack Hawkins.
Gobeklitepe: The World's First Temple (2010)
Established facts and discoveries debunk myths about the pyramids.
En el balcón vacío (1961)
A survivor of the Spanish Civil War tries to remember the traumatic events of her childhood.
Whatever Happened to Pink Floyd? The Strange Case of Waters and Gilmour (2011)
Interviews and archival footage give the history of the band.
The Scar Crow (2009)
The three Tanner sisters live in a constant state of fear after their mother is hanged for witchcraft.
City Lovers (1982)
A German geologist visiting South Africa falls in love with a young black woman, but racial laws mar their relationship.
North on Evers (1992)
Filmmaker James Benning takes a road trip across the United States.
Malaki: Scent of an Angel (2011)
Families suffer after loved ones go missing during the Lebanese War.
Another Day, Another Man (1966)
A promiscuous woman goes through men like they're going out of style.
Bilin My Love (2006)
A Palestinian village protests losing their land so Israel can build a wall.
The 81st Blow (1974)
The 81st Blow is a 1974 Israeli documentary film directed by Haim Gouri. The film covers the oppression of Jews under the Nazis and features rare historical footage of concentration camps. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. The title is derived from a comment by a witness at Adolf Eichmann's trial. According to his testimony, he was whipped 80 times by the Nazis, but was not believed by Israelis after the war; this final doubt of his own people was the "81st blow". The 81st Blow is the first film in the Israeli Holocaust Trilogy by Bergman, Ehrlich and Gouri. It was followed by The Last Sea (1984) and Flames in the Ashes (1985).
My Tutor Friend 2 (2007)
My Tutor Friend 2 is a 2007 South Korean romantic comedy film released on April 19, 2007.
Pleasures of the Damned (2005)
Private Investigator Jack Steele (Sean Tigert) tries to save Evelyn's brother from Satan-worshipping bikers who have raised zombie cult members.
Over There, 1914-18 (1963)
14-18 (also known as Over There, 1914-18) is a 1963 French documentary film about World War I, directed by Jean Aurel. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
Foxhole in Cairo (1960)
Foxhole in Cairo is a 1960 British war film directed by John Llewellyn Moxey and based on a novel by Leonard Mosley itself based upon the real-life Operation Salaam. It starred James Robertson Justice, Adrian Hoven, Fenella Fielding and Henry Oscar. Future star Michael Caine makes a brief appearance as a German soldier, in one of his earlier screen roles.
Planet Yoga (2012)
The history and current practices of an ancient Eastern discipline.
Taxi, Mister (1943)
Taxi, Mister is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Kurt Neumann and written by Earle Snell and Clarence Marks. The film stars William Bendix, Grace Bradley, Joe Sawyer, Sheldon Leonard, Joe Devlin, Jack Norton, Frank Faylen, Mike Mazurki, Sig Arno, Clyde Fillmore, Jimmy Conlin, Lew Kelly and Iris Adrian. The film was released on April 16, 1943, by United Artists.
A man (Kyrre Hellum) tells a police inspector (Henrik Mestad) how a winning soccer bet led to his eventual position beneath a corpse at a Norwegian strip club.
The Facebook phenomenon changes the lives of numerous Europeans.
Under Your Make-up (2009)
Nikki deals with running over a little girl.
The Star (2003)
A lonely man, whose only companion is a puppy, discovers love with a veterinarian.
Buffalo Hearts (2006)
An American Indian chief (David Carr-Berry) encounters his alter ego when he passes through another dimension.
Sun Ra: A Joyful Noise (1980)
Sun Ra: A Joyful Noise is a 1980 jazz film by Robert Mugge documenting performances by Sun Ra and his Arkestra in Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and Baltimore, and also including interviews and rehearsal footage. The Philadelphia performances captured by the film took place at Danny's Hollywood Palace and on the rooftop of the Philadelphia International Center. The Baltimore performance took place in the Famous Ballroom, hosted by the Left Bank Jazz Society.
Down on the Farm (1920)
Down on the Farm is a 1920 silent film feature length rural comedy produced by Mack Sennett, starring Louise Fazenda and featuring Harry Gribbon, James Finlayson and Billy Armstrong.It was premiered at the Yost Theater in Santa Ana, California on 28–30 December 1919, and its national release opening was at the Strand theatre in Fort Wayne, Indiana on 4 April 1920.Copies survive at both the Library of Congress and reputedly Gosfilmofond, Russian State Archive.
Island of Lost Souls (1974)
A man is brutally imprisoned on an island for 20 years.
Chloe (Rie Tomosaka) and Kotaro's (Masatoshi Nagase) idyllic life falls apart when an X-ray reveals something unusual in Kotaro's chest.
Dragon Girls (2012)
Three Chinese girls train to become kung-fu fighters with 26,000 children.
Healing Neen (2010)
Tonier Cain recovers from a lifetime of abuse to become a nationally known speaker and educator on the devastation of trauma.
Miffy the Movie (2013)
Miffy the Movie, set in a zoo, builds around a game that children know and love - a treasure hunt.
The Stitcher (2007)
A killer with a thing for needles and thread stalks weekend guests (Scott Gaffen, Carmen Garrison, Justin Boyd) at a remote lakehouse.
Check Your Guns (1948)
Check Your Guns is a 1948 film directed by Ray Taylor. It stars Eddie Dean.
A Day Without Policeman (1993)
A couple seek retribution for being taunted, beaten and raped on a remote Hong Kong island.
Der Fluss war einst ein Mensch (2012)
A German actor visits a rural African waterway to find meaning in ancient tradition.
Ran qing nan ju ji (1995)
Assassins fall for two lovely women, then unwittingly take a contract on one's father.
Jamaica Inn (1939)
Based on the novel by Daphne Du Maurier, a gang of thieves and cut-throats prey upon the merchant ships that flounder in the heavy seas that crash against the rocky coast of Cornwall. A young barmaid suspects that the ruffians not only scavenge the wrecks, but may actually cause the ships to run aground also! But how? And why does no one bother to investigate?
Albert Mullin (North Roberts) prowls the streets and alleyways looking for another woman to kill.
Apna Bana Ke Dekho (2001)
Jankiram has to choose a groom for Sandhya, the girl he loves, leaving him heartbroken. Soon after his mother's death, his life changes rapidly as he gets into a scuffle with a criminal.
Creating Karma (2010)
Creating Karma is a 2006 American screwball comedy film directed by Jill Wisoff about an uptight, New York fashion editor who becomes a poet after losing her job, moving in with her eccentric new-age therapist sister, and meeting Mr. Wrong, owner of a local poets' café.
Zeinek gehiago iraun (2011)
Ander is injured by a train while playing a game and spends the rest of his life with physical and neurological injuries.
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 Robot (1932)
Bimbo transforms his car into a robot to win a boxing match.
Under the Hood (2009)
Hollis Mason (Stephen McHattie) becomes a masked superhero known as Nite Owl.
My Really Cool Legs! (2011)
Pediatric amputees refuse to let their disability define who they are and what they will become.
Two reclusive nerds recognize the rebel in each other.
Thanks is a 2011 American comedy film directed by Martin Bergman. The film premiered at the 2011 Palm Springs International Film Festival.
A man encounters a stranger who claims to have information about his missing daughter.
Troubled Waters (1936)
Troubled Waters is a 1936 British mystery film directed by Albert Parker and starring James Mason, Virginia Cherrill, Alastair Sim, Raymond Lovell and Sam Wilkinson. A government agent (James Mason) exposes smugglers in a British town with a dwindling spring mineral water business.
Flamenco at 5:15 (1983)
Flamenco at 5:15 is a 1983 short documentary film directed by Cynthia Scott, taking audiences inside a flamenco dance class at the National Ballet School of Canada. Produced by Studio D, the women's studio of the National Film Board of Canada, the film won an Oscar at the 56th Academy Awards in 1984 for Documentary Short Subject.
The Forgiveness Of Blood (2011)
American director Joshua Marston emerged in 2004 with the jolting, Oscar-nominated Maria Full of Grace, about a young Colombian woman working as a drug mule. In his remarkable follow-up, The Forgiveness of Blood, he turns his camera on another corner of the world: contemporary northern Albania, a place still troubled by the ancient custom of interfamilial blood feuds. From this reality, Marston sculpts a fictional narrative about a teenage brother and sister physically and emotionally trapped in a cycle of violence, a result of their father’s entanglement with a rival clan over a piece of land. The Forgiveness of Blood is a tense and perceptive depiction of a place where tradition and progress coexist uneasily, as well as a dynamic coming-of-age drama.