The Ravenite (2018)

A Psycho's Path (2019)

Alone through Iran: 1144 miles of trust (2017)

Jodi (2019)

Jodi is a 2019 Telugu romantic drama film written and directed by Vishwanath Aarigella. The film is produced by Sai Venkatesh Gurram and Patchva Padmaja jointly under thr banner Bhavana Creations. It features Aadi Saikumar and Shraddha Srinath in the lead roles alongside Vennela Kishore, Gollapaudi Maruthi Rao, Naresh and Sithara in the supporting roles. The background score and soundtrack is done by Phani Kalyan. The cinematography for the film is done by S.V.Visweshwar. The editing for the film is done by Ravi Mandala. The film was released on 6th September 2019. The film met with negative reviews from critics and average reviews from audiences.

WWE United Kingdom Championship Tournament (2018)

Tierra Yerma (2016)

Veeram (2017)

Veeram is a 2016 Indian epic historical drama film written and directed by Jayaraj. It is an adaptation of William Shakespeare's play, Macbeth, and is the fifth installment in Jayaraj's Navarasa series. The film, which also takes inspirations from the Vadakkan Pattukal of North Malabar region in Kerala tells the story of Chandu Chekavar, an infamous warrior in the 13th century North Malabar.

1000: Oru Note Paranja Katha (2015)

The Seduction of Gina (1984)

Mamá al volante (2019)

Trinity Sunday (2019)

All the Freckles in the World (2019)

Thirteen-year-old José Miguel is immune to 1994 World Cup fever until he realizes soccer is the only way to win the heart of his crush.

Deodato Holocaust (2019)

Adutha Saattai (2019)

Adutha Saattai is a 2019 Indian Tamil-language action drama film which is a sequel to Saattai (2012), written and directed by M. Anbazhagan. It stars Samuthirakani, Athulya Ravi with debutant Kaushik and Yuvan in supporting roles. D. Imman who previously composed music for the prequel is replaced by Justin Prabhakaran. Principal photography of the film began on 12 December 2018.

The Division (2020)

3 Dev (2019)

4 Metros (2019)

Martin Margiela: In His Own Words (2019)

One of the most revolutionary and influential fashion designers of his time, Martin Margiela has remained an elusive figure the entirety of his decades-long career. From Jean Paul Gaultier’s assistant to creative director at Hermès to leading his own House, Margiela never showed his face publicly and avoided interviews, but reinvented fashion with his radical style through forty-one provocative collections. Now, for the first time, the “Banksy of fashion” reveals his drawings, notes, and personal items in this exclusive, intimate profile of his vision. The film features interviews with, among others, Margiela himself, Jean Paul Gaultier, Carine Roitfeld, Trend Forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort, Fashion Critic Cathy Horyn, and fashion historian Olivier Saillard. The score has been composed by the Belgian rock band dEUS.

Five Blocks Away (2019)

The Rat (2020)

American Wisper (2020)

About a Teacher (2020)

Featuring many of Hanan Harchol's former students in the cast and crew, ABOUT A TEACHER takes us through Hanan's first three years as a public high school teacher. The film paints a candid, authentic portrait of the teaching profession, shedding light on the challenges and pitfalls that lead nearly half of New York City teachers to leave the profession within the first five years, while simultaneously celebrating the deep rewards that this meaningful and noble profession can provide.

New Year's Kiss (2019)

In the Footsteps of Elephant (2020)

“In the Footsteps of Elephant” follows filmmakers as they capture the epic journey of African elephants across the Kalahari desert for Disneynature’s “Elephant.” The team faces extreme weather, inaccessible terrain, crocodile-infested waters and close encounters with lions in order to shine a light on these remarkable creatures and their ancient migrations. Filming the world’s largest terrestrial animal is no easy task. To embark on their 1,000-mile, round-trip adventure, the Disneynature team must first transport the crew, along with five tons of camera gear, to the heart of the Okavango Delta, a remote oasis where elephants gather annually. Their next challenge is finding elephants. And despite their incredible size, locating an elephant in an area that’s nearly 4,000 square miles is like finding a needle in a haystack. Fortunately for filmmakers, a local biologist who tracks elephant populations lends a hand. The team identifies its herd and it’s off the races … literally. A family of elephants can travel up to 30 miles a day on their quest to reach paradise and the crew simply can’t keep up. However, out of adversity comes opportunity. They mount a stabilized camera, normally used for aerial filming, to their truck and a whole new way of telling their story is born. Cinematographers are eager to capture a migration that’s never been shown before but filming in the African wilderness comes with its own unique set of risks. Crew members come face-to-face with crocodiles while drift diving, discover lions hunting impala in the middle of camp, and film a nighttime confrontation between a lion and a mother elephant and calf — from the open back of a truck. However, the rewards far outweigh the risks. Filmmakers reminisce about their favorite production moments. From the playful: a young calf splashing and chasing lechwes and egrets; to the poignant: an elephant herd honoring the bones of a fallen relative; to the awe-inspiring: a newborn elephant taking its first steps. After a year of filming, the team has fallen in love with the elephants, and all their unique and endearing eccentricities. When they return to where their journey began, they patiently, anxiously await the return of the herd.

The Low End (2019)

#Nudes (2018)

Retreat to Paradise (2020)

Wing Mirror (2017)

The Lizard (2004)

The Lizard is a 2004 Iranian comedy drama film directed by Kamal Tabrizi, written by Peyman Ghasem Khani and starring Parviz Parastui as Reza "the lizard" Mesghali, a small-time thief.

Time Rewind (2020)

Griekwastad (2019)

El verano que vivimos (2020)

Home with a View of the Monster (2020)

Needing a major life change in order to save their rocky marriage, a young couple (Dennis and Rita) decide to place their secluded lake house on a vacation rental app. When the couple returns home early, they find that their current tenant (Kate) has disappeared, leaving only their belongings as well as cryptic and increasingly eerie clues. Dennis and Rita have few clues as to where Kate could have gone. That is until Kate’s boyfriend (Chance) mysteriously shows up not only terrified of the events that he had experienced in the house, but with a warning of what is to unfold next. Joining together the haunted house genre with the world of vacation rentals, Home with a View of the Monster provides a gripping glimpse into the lives of individuals who are each as haunted as their surroundings. This genre blending, psychological thriller takes you on a wild ride, full of unsuspecting turns that all lead to the monster at the end.

Elephant Refugees (2020)

Jump Shot: The Kenny Sailors Story (2019)

An inspiring true story of Kenny Sailors, who is credited with the modern day jump shot in basketball.

Finding Purpose: The Road to Redemption (2019)

State Funeral (2019)

Cranston Academy: Monster Zone (2019)

Cranston Academy: Monster Zone is an animated horror-comedy film directed by Leopoldo Aguilar. Produced by Ánima Estudios and Prime Focus World, the film is directed by Leopoldo Aguilar and features the voices of Jamie Bell and Ruby Rose.

The Shake-Up (2019)

Fantasymphony (2020)

A must-have for all Fantasy fans, available on Blu-ray and digital Featuring film music hits from multiple Oscar-winning movies such as The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter Including film music tracks from Highlander, Harry Potter, Pan's Labyrinth, The Chronicles of Narnia, Willow, World of Warcraft, The Shannara Chronicles, Game of Thrones, The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings Spectacular music and lighting effects, an 80-piece choir and original quotes from The Chronicles of Narnia, Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings make the concert a visual and acoustic treat Concert orchestration is based on the original orchestration of the film soundtracks Featuring David Bateson, known as the original voice of Agent 47 from the Hitman franchise Conductor Christian Schumann is a recognized specialist for film music - “A shining star of the new German conductor generation” (Neue Züricher Zeitung)

Chunky Shrapnel (2020)

Los hipócritas (2019)

La sombra del gallo (2020)

A Brother's Honor (2019)

The Dinner Party (2020)

Renowned surgeon and culinary enthusiast, Carmine Braun, invites playwright, Jeffrey Duncan, and his wife to join his eccentric friends at their semi-annual dinner party, having promised to fund Duncan’s new play to Broadway. As the evening descends into madness, the group’s true intentions are revealed, along with an ancient secret that will change the Duncans’ lives and fortunes forever.

Torn: Dark Bullets (2020)

While on duty, Detective Pearce shoots and kills a black teenager. During the criminal trial Pearce is found not guilty. Despite his acquittal, Pearce’s personal life deteriorates as he uses booze and self-pity to cope. Amidst one of these bouts with the bottle, Pearce becomes aware of a civil lawsuit filed by the family for loss of life and damages. In a moment of alcohol fueled self-righteousness, Pearce decides to confront the parents of the victim. When Pearce arrives at their home, circumstances spiral into a hostile situation that continues to ramp in intensity as more people become involved, creating a pressure cooker where all secrets are revealed.

Stolen Season (2020)

A therapist spirals into obsession as evidence points that a troubled teen could be her own child surrendered 17 years ago.

The Stand at Paxton County (2020)

A military veteran comes home to find her father harassed by a sheriff intent on confiscating the livestock on their ranch under shady pretenses.

Now You See Me... - Part 2 (2019)

Begstvo rogatykh vikingov (2019)

Sin Sister (2020)

The Pre-Drink (2020)

Bob the Drag Queen: Live at Caroline's (2020)

Murder RX (2020)

A single mom moves to the suburbs with her troubled teenage daughter to escape the city’s dangerous influences. When she discovers the town she moved to is the hub of an opioid ring, she becomes desperate to save herself and her daughter.

Dreamland (2020)

On the night of the strangest weddings in cinema history, a grotesque gang boss hires a stone cold killer to bring him the finger of a fading, drug-addicted jazz legend.

The Curse of Abundance (2019)

A Nun's Curse (2020)

On a weekend trip, a group of friends are forced to seek shelter inside an abandoned prison where a nun named Sister Monday had once been assigned. During her time at the prison, Sister Monday was suspected of killing prisoners who were serving out their sentences but before she could be questioned, she disappeared. Once inside the prison, they will learn the terrifying truth.

Sí, Mi Amor (2020)

A blindsided boyfriend must prove his fidelity when his girlfriend spontaneously dumps him after suspecting him of cheating.

Fast and Fierce: Death Race (2020)

Jack Tyson is a young man partaking in an illegal Mexico to California car race when a desperate woman, fleeing from her abusive gangster boyfriend who is financing the tournament, jumps into his car pleading for his help and who has an incriminating USB drive that could send her thug boyfriend, among others, to prison.

Aiyai: Wrathful Soul (2020)

Hammer (2020)

A father faces a personal crisis when he discovers his estranged son fleeing a botched drug deal. The two men embark on a violent odyssey that grapples with themes of fatherhood, family and fate.

The Last Beyond (2020)

In the middle of the Great Depression, families were thrown off their land, forced to adapt and create new lives or perish. When the bank forecloses on the family ranch, Stratton Eiseley must forge a new path out west in the harsh, unforgiving lands of Montana. Struggling to survive he forges a bond with local natives – Joe Running Elk and Flying Bear, but when tragedy strikes again, they must fight to survive and find an inner strength to save themselves from old enemies.

Project Blue Book Exposed (2020)

Project Blue Book was the catalyst to the modern day UFO cover-up. Today, UFOs continue to violate our airspace with impunity and military factions are still powerless against the unknown invaders.

King's Gambit (2015)

Bryce Wheeler (Blake Webb), a newfound “Herald” – whose job in life is to control the world’s balance by manipulating events using the mystical journal he inherited from his recently deceased father – finds it’s harder to control the power he’s spent his life training for than he expected. As he tilts the scales against himself and goes to extreme lengths playing a risky game, will Bryce end up being the first Herald in history to lose the journal?

For the Love of Jessee (2020)

After an accident leaves Doctor Luke Matthews (Randy Wayne) a widower and a father in the matter of hours, he must learn how to start over. And when one of his former patients, Sage (Mandahla Rose) loses her baby due to a miscarriage, Luke decides to hire her as his nanny. Much to his mother’s concern (Adrienne Barbeau), Sage takes the job and becomes a part of the family. As Sage busies herself with taking care of baby Jessee, Luke loses himself in work, hiding his pain from his best friend (Tony Denman) and the rest of his family. Over time Luke and Sage find they have a lot more in common then just their love for Jessee. The path to a second chance is filled with real life drama, heartache and redemption.

A Perfect Plan (2020)

Four notorious thieves wake up in a fortified warehouse and are forced by a cunning master thief to plan and commit an extraordinary diamond heist.

Roadless (2019)

Pro snowboarders Bryan Iguchi, Jeremy Jones and Travis Rice have shaped their careers around exploring the frontiers of the sport. Follow them into the largest wilderness of the lower 48 in the latest Teton Gravity Research snowboard film.

The Departure (2020)

Right before moving in together, Nate and Jessica face an unexpected obstacle when Nate is offered a job promotion that forces him to leave Los Angeles and move to New York for 6 months. This bi-coastal relocation is not the only challenge that this picture-perfect couple will soon face: Nate’s anxiety is intensified as Jessica begins talking more and more about her new coworker named Lucas who always seems to make her laugh. The impending distance between Nate and Jessica only serves to fuel further doubts about her future faithfulness. Realizing that he can’t leave the city with these worries in the back of his mind, Nate decides to test Jessica’s loyalty by asking his friend John to try and seduce her.

Portrait of Beauty (2019)

HomoSayWhat: Who's Pushing Hate (2019)

Homophobia didn’t just happen. Orchestrated campaigns by cultural institutions and public figures have systemically instilled anti-LGBTQ prejudice into American culture by shaping public opinion. In the 1960s, propaganda films warned parents of “predatory characters” at local parks under the guise of public service announcements. Anita Bryant’s Save Our Children campaign in the 70’s galvanized a coalition of conservative religious groups that spread the idea that sexual abnormalities would corrupt the nation and its children. The 80’s AIDS pandemic further exacerbated fears about homosexuality and “making fun” became a way to marginalize those who were different, which subsequently generated anger, fear, violence and even murder against targets deemed inferior. Although the LGBTQ+ community has witnessed progress since the passing of Marriage Equality and award-winning LGBTQ+ shows and films have been embraced, the psychic damage to gay people is deep and events like the tragedy that struck the Orlando PULSE night club remind us that hateful propaganda can sometimes lead to deadly outcomes.

The Delivery Boy (2018)

A teen criminal and a young sex worker forge an unlikely alliance during a night that forces them to confront painful pasts and crises of conscience.

Star Light (2020)

A kind-hearted teenager, Dylan, attempts to save a runaway popstar, Bebe A. Love, from a threatening manager. Fearing for Bebe’s safety, Dylan seeks shelter at a friend’s house, turning a fun graduation party into a night of living hell.

Funny Pains (2017)

“Funny Pains” follows stand-up comedian Wendi Starling, whose career, working process and life areclosely examined in the film, as she navigates one of the entertainment’s toughest, most competitive professions - all during the height of the #MeToo movement, feminism, and the infiltration of stand-up comedy by the politically correct. Above all else, the film delves into serious issues of sexual assault and mental health, with Starling revealing her not-so-private personal traumas.

The Aerialist (2020)

The story is about Jane “The Hawk” Hawkins, a former Olympic gymnast now making a late career as an aerialist, who arrives in LA to start rehearsals for the final tour of an aging pop diva named Aurora. She and the rest of the dancers, who have been with Aurora for over a decade, have two weeks to get the Farewell Tour ready for the road. Tensions quickly arise when Xavier, an up and coming choreographer, is brought in to direct the show. Like a wrench thrown into a well-oiled machine, Xavier creates conditions that cause members of the old dance troupe to drop out, while Jane, risking every relationship that matters, struggles to keep her job alongside new dancers half her age, pushing her body to it’s limit and beyond. This narrative drama, set in the dangerous world of aerial acrobatics and drawn from experiences lived by its star, wrestles with issues of ageism, family, and the price paid for a show that must go on.

Intuition (2020)

Police officer Pipa works on her first big case while simultaneously investigating her boss, who is suspected of murder. The prequel to "Perdida".

SUPPS: The Movie (2019)

Blessers (2019)

Tóxico (2020)

Precarious (2020)

Tempted by Danger (2020)

Neubau (2020)

The Lioness (2019)

Marius Petipa, le maître français du ballet russe (2020)

MARIUS PETIPA: THE FRENCH MASTER OF RUSSIAN BALLET traces Petipa’s career from his early, crowd-pleasing choreography to the works that would become his masterpieces: Sleeping Beauty and Swan Lake. Their stunning choreography and Tchaikovsky’s music elevated ballet for the first time to one of the world’s great art forms.

Pororo 5: Treasure Island Adventure (2019)

Sobredosis de Amor (2018)

Love Is War (2019)

An adoring couple elects to test the strength of their marriage when they run against each other for the office of state governor.

Tin City (2019)

Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: A Game of Cat and Mouse (2019)

Video Blues (2019)

The Columnist (2019)

Natural Hair: The Movie (2019)

Pullman (2020)

Haphazard (2019)

All Its Name Implies (2020)

Horror Nights (2020)

Jimmy Mack (2019)

Zenská na vrcholu (2019)

The Delicacy (2020)

The Delicacy is the story of a rare and exotic food, the sea urchin, and how it’s harvested, how it’s eaten, and the role it plays in nature and the lives of those who bring it to the table. With commentary from some of the most influential and prolific voices in the culinary world, the film follows a group of sea urchin divers in Santa Barbara as they deal with the hazards of their vocation. A new documentary from the creators of the SOMM films, The Delicacy takes the viewer from the coastal waters of California to the plates of high-end restaurants as it follows one of the most sought after foods in the world gathered by the most dangerous profession.

Kate Nash: Underestimate the Girl (2019)

In this documentary, overnight fame leads a young British girl to a music career in Los Angeles, but a nervous breakdown, a bankruptcy, and a breakup with her manager lead her to a new struggle to re-establish her success.

A Knight's Tour (2018)

In a post-apocalyptic world, J.D. (Darnel Powell) is a young drifter suffering from an injury. Soon, J.D. finds himself at a secluded cabin occupied by Henry (Joseph Price), a detached hermit; here, Henry is living in self-imposed isolation from a chaotic world. After their initial suspicions subside, these two strangers begin to form a friendship over a game of chess. When Henry discovers a notebook in J.D.’s backpack highlighting various locations that are now crossed off, Henry begins to question J.D.’s true intentions. After investigating a bit more, Henry suspects that a threat of unseen invaders from the outside world are close at hand, brought to his doorstep by J.D.