All About Ah-Long (1989)
All About Ah-Long is a 1989 Hong Kong family drama film directed by Johnnie To and starring Chow Yun-fat and Sylvia Chang, whom also serve as the film's storywriters.
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.
King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table (2017)
In medieval England, Merlin and King Arthur banish the evil enchantress Morgana and her son Mordred to the ends of the universe as Morgana vows revenge. In present day, Knights descendant Penn doesn’t take much stock in the legends of his supposed ancestors, even as the descendants meet in Thailand to practice fighting. But when Morgana and her son return to earth, armed with alien technology and hell-bent on destroying every last descendant of King Arthur and his knights, Penn must to come to terms with who he was born to be, and bring together the new Knights of the Round Table to save themselves and the earth from Morgana's total vengeance.
American Media & The Second Assassination of John F. Kennedy (2017)
Filmmaker John Barbour debates incidents surrounding President John F. Kennedy's assassination.
An undercover cop is pressured to turn against his partner when criminals kidnap his fiance.
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.
Night Cries (2015)
After his world crumbles, Joseph will stop at nothing to find his wife.
Toss-Up (Turkish: Yazı Tura) is a 2004 Turkish drama film, produced, written and directed by Uğur Yücel, starring Kenan İmirzalıoğlu and Olgun Şimşek as two soldiers return home from their military service in southeastern Turkey with disabilities. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on September 24, 2004, won a record 11 awards at the 41st Antalya "Golden Orange" International Film Festival including the Golden Orange for Best Film.
Fun Bar Karaoke (1997)
Enter the bizarro underworld of mobsters, karaoke, and back-alley magic in this dark crime-comedy from Thai auteur Pen-ek Ratanaruang, in which a girl enlists the help of a fortune teller to prevent her father’s death–and accidentally falls for the guy hired to kill him.
Double Trouble (2015)
A post-menopausal woman marries a much younger man.
The Daydreamer's Notebook (2017)
In seven short films, filmmaker Michael J. Saul showcases his obsession with daydreaming.
Stoned Dead (2006)
Private investigators search for lost missionaries in the jungles of Panama. Instead, they find an army of the walking dead.
With the majority of the human race living on Mars, few have ever seen the dying Earth. A select few are chosen to return home to aid in its rehabilitation process.
Tough to Kill (1978)
Tough to Kill (Italian: Duri a morire) is a 1978 Italian action film written and directed by Joe D'Amato and starring Luc Merenda.
Birds of a Feather (1917)
Birds of a Feather is a 1917 American short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd.
Saving Borshia (2016)
Aspiring filmmakers face a series of obstacles and conflicts as they work toward completing their cinematic masterpiece.
Dynamite Shaolin Heroes (1978)
Loyalists fight to restore the Ming dynasty to power after China is thrown into turmoil.
Andrew W.K. Party Safari (2014)
Rock star and motivational speaker Andrew W.K. visits a wildlife park.
Reason, Debate and a Story (1974)
Jukti Takko Aar Gappo is a 1974 Bengali film directed by Ritwik Ghatak. Jukti Takko Aar Gappo was Ritwik Ghatak's last film. The film won National Film Award's Rajat Kamal Award for Best Story in 1974.
Monsters Among Men (2017)
A man races against time to save his girlfriend from the clutches of a group of bloodthirsty vampires.
A 30-year-old social misfit befriends an illegal-alien laborer, and together they hatch an ill-advised plan to rescue the immigrant's mother and sister from across the border.
Dogs Without Names (2015)
After her beloved golden retriever dies, a filmmaker makes a documentary about people who rescue dogs and cats.
Two young couples attempt to survive their awkward transition from adolescence to adulthood.
By Accident (2015)
Amra, a young Algerian woman living in France, accidentally runs down a pedestrian. Tortured by guilt, her innocence is proven by a stranger named Angélique. The two women become friends, but Amra finds Angélique to be quite strange and disturbing.
Tess of the Storm Country (1932)
Tess of the Storm Country is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film. The movie stars Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell, and Dudley Digges, and was directed by Alfred Santell and released by Fox Film Corporation. It is a remake of the 1922 silent film of the same name. It is based on the novel of the same name by Grace Miller White. Gaynor and Farrell made almost a dozen films together, including Frank Borzage's classics Seventh Heaven (1927), Street Angel (1928), and Lucky Star (1929). Gaynor won the first Academy Award for Best Actress for the first two films and F. W. Murnau's Sunrise.
The Prime Ministers: Soldiers and Peacemakers (2015)
Filmmaker Richard Trank examines six decades of Israel's history.
The Dark Horse (2008)
A ballet dancer returns home to save the family farm by racing a dangerous black horse.
The Green Planet (2012)
Filmmakers document life in the forest in microscopic detail, following graceful deer, cunning foxes and tiny beetles as they experience each season.
Nelson is a 1926 British historical film directed by Walter Summers and starring Cedric Hardwicke, Gertrude McCoy and Frank Perfitt. A biopic of Admiral Horatio Nelson, it is based on the biography by Robert Southey.
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.
Beat Angel (2004)
The spirit of author Jack Kerouac returns to Earth on the 30th anniversary of his death to change the lives of three unsuspecting people.
The Little Polar Bear: A Visitor from the South Pole (2004)
A giant octopus teaches Lars and Robby about water.
Fortress Europe (2000)
Artjom and his daughter try to enter Italy illegally.
A woman has one day to do whatever she wants to do, and there will be no consequences.
Case for a Rookie Hangman (1970)
Case for a Rookie Hangman (Czech: Případ pro začínajícího kata) is a Czech drama film directed by Pavel Juráček. It was released in 1970. The movie belongs to the Czech New Wave. The movie can be classified as a surrealist or absurdist satire, and it is based loosely on the third book of Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift, but the story is transferred to an early 20th-century world in decay. The movie shows also the influence of Franz Kafka and Lewis Carroll (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland). The satire is aimed at the Czechoslovakian society, and the movie was soon banned after its release in 1970. That meant also the end of Juráček's career.
The Second Sight (2013)
Joom, a lawyer, is cursed with the ability to see not just ghosts, but karmic retribution. He knows how you’ll die–and why. But when he takes on a particularly bloody case, Joom knows there’s more to the accused woman than meets the eye.
M.I.A. A Greater Evil (2018)
American college students head to the jungles of Vietnam to search for lost gold. They become hopelessly lost, and they may not be alone.
Bal Ganesh 3 (2015)
A group of alien kids visit Earth to learn more about their favorite god, Bal Ganesh. They meet three mice, Dhoti, Topi, and Suit Boot, who are ardent devotees ready to share his adventurous tales.
The Family Robinson (2017)
A woman introduces her father to her girlfriend.
You, John Jones! (1943)
You, John Jones! (1943) is a short film directed by Mervyn LeRoy, written by Carey Wilson, and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and starring James Cagney, Ann Sothern, and Margaret O'Brien. The film credits the War Activities Committee of the Motion Picture Industry for its production. The title frame also says "Produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as their contribution to United Nations Week".
Sunshine Becomes You (2015)
Sunshine Becomes You is a 2015 Indonesian romance film directed by Rocky Soraya and based on novel with same name by Ilana Tan. The film was about love story of Alex Hirano and Mia Clark. Shooting location was on New York, United States from 27 July 2015 until 30 September 2015.
The Voice Thief (2013)
When an opera singer loses her voice, her husband embarks on a dark journey to recover it through supernatural means.
First Winter (1982)
When their father goes away, an Irish immigrant family struggles to survive the winter in Canada.
American Backwoods: Slew Hampshire (2015)
Several teenagers become victims of four clans vying for supremacy and survival in the forests of New Hampshire.
Much Ado in Mostar (2010)
In Bosnia-Herzegovina, a professor from Dartmouth College brings Christian and Muslim children together to perform Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing."
Born Naked (MLB) (2013)
Andrea and Paula, homosexuals for 23 and 25 years, show the reality of life for young lesbians in Madrid, London and Berlin.
An alcoholic spends all his time spying on his neighbor, waiting for the right moment to kill him.
Bickerman's Grove (2016)
Old Tucker Herman is told that he will not be the one to light the tree at this year's tree lighting ceremony, but he will have to choose his son or son-in-law to perform the task. He hatches a dark scheme that pits two families against each other, the victor inheriting his substantial fortune. Shenanigans ensue as both families become entwined in each other's lives and deaths. As ghosts, they see the error of their ways and learn to get along before the end of the tree lighting ceremony.
Lambchops is an 8-minute American comedy Vitaphone short subject released in October 1929, which depicts a vaudeville performance by Burns & Allen of the comedy routine "Lambchops" written by Al Boasberg.
23 Kilometres (2015)
In Lebanon's Bekaa Valley, an Armenian man with late-stage Parkinson's takes one last journey.
California Dreams (2015)
Four women try to gain recognition in Hollywood.
The Fall of '55 (2006)
The Fall of '55 (2006) is a documentary about the Boise homosexuality scandal, a witch-hunt targeted at homosexuals in 1955 that resulted in a number of arrests and prison terms ranging anywhere from six months to life in prison.
The scandal began October 31, 1955 when a number of prominent Boise men were persecuted for alleged homosexual acts. The film covers the same subject matter as John Gerassi's book The Boys of Boise (1966), although Seth Randal, the film's writer, director, and producer, says he completed five years of independent research on the topic.
Some accounts of the incident claim that nearly 1,000 boys were seduced by a "ring" of men. A 1955 TIME magazine article said "Boiseans were shocked to learn that their city had sheltered a widespread homosexual underworld that involved some of Boise's most prominent men and had preyed on hundreds of teen-age boys for the past decade".
The film is narrated by former Boise television anchor Claudia Weathermon. The film premiered on 10 June 2006 at Newfest in New York City, at the Idaho International Film Festival at Boise's Egyptian Theater on 30 September 2006, and at the Spokane International Film Festival on 4 February 2007.
Windfall is a 2010 documentary film directed by Laura Israel about the reaction of residents in rural Meredith, New York (in Delaware County, New York) to a proposal to place numerous wind turbines in their community to harness wind power. It's important to note that this film was done by an interested local citizen, not some organization with an agenda. Laura did this film because she had a media degree from NYU, and this seemed like an compelling local activity that would have broader interest to citizens countrywide.
Laura is not an energy expert, and does not portray herself as one. She is a citizen who went to great lengths to have people on both sides of the story have their say. (The wind developer was asked to be interviewed for the film, but they declined.) The narrative relates to what happens when citizens get more educated about the very technical issue of industrial wind energy. In essence, this is a story about the democratic process.
The Image of Dorian Gray in the Yellow Press (1984)
Dorian becomes a tool in an international conspiracy.
China Power: Art Now After Mao (2009)
A history of contemporary art reveals its key movements and events in China.
In Silvio Berlusconi's Italy, if you're not on television, you're nobody. In VIDEOCRACY, director Erik Gandini reveals the seedy underbelly of the country's high-glitz, lowbrow, celebrity-obsessed culture promulgated by the near-monopoly of Berlusconi's media empire. Gandini gains unparalleled access to the halls of power, following a fascistic TV agent, narcissistic paparazzi, glassy-eyed reality "stars," and the young men and scantily-clad women auditioning to debase themselves on camera. All yearn to be FOB (friends of Berlusconi), from the "Italian Van Damme" to whit-suited billionaires, eager to please the president by actively shaping public opinion to his financial and political benefit. Utilizing a wide variety of damning footage, including a trivia show striptease, local TV girl auditions (they dance but are not allowed to talk), and a garish election campaign video ("Thank God for Silvio"), Gandini proves that Italy invests new meaning in the term "boob tube."
The Silent House (2010)
The plot is based on a true story that happened in the late '40s in a small village in Uruguay. The film focuses on Laura, who, second by second, intends to leave a house, which hides an obscure secret, unharmed.
Predator Island (2005)
Stranded on an island, six people face terror from a mysterious creature.
Storm Over Wyoming (1950)
Storm over Wyoming is a 1950 Western film.
Without is a 2011 American independent film directed by Mark Jackson and starring Joslyn Jensen, Ronald Carrier, and Darren Lenz. The plot concerns a young woman (Jensen) caretaking a house and looking after the wheelchair-using grandfather (Carrier) of an absent family on a sparsely populated Washington State island. The local handyman (Lenz) starts to take an interest. The film premiered in January 2011 at the Slamdance Film Festival.
Living a Zombie Dream (1996)
A psychopath rises from the grave for blood-soaked vengeance.
Chekhov's Motifs (2002)
Chekhov's Motifs is a 2002 Russian-Ukrainian comedy film directed by Kira Muratova. It was entered into the 24th Moscow International Film Festival. It is based on two works of Anton Chekhov: the short story Difficult People is divided to frame the one act play Tatyana Repina.
The Hart of London (1970)
The Hart of London is a 1970 experimental Canadian film directed by Jack Chambers. Stan Brakhage proclaimed it as "one of the greatest films ever made". The film is shown in black and white and colour, and includes found news footage from 1954, film shot by the artist years earlier in Spain, and film shot by the artist in London, Ontario.
Night is a Silly Symphonies animated Disney short film. It was released in 1930 by Columbia Pictures.
No. 2: Story of the Pencil (2016)
The historical importance of the pencil, a tool mostly overlooked in a digital world.
A Mexican migrant becomes the only witness to the murders of the mysterious family she works for. She must make the decision of her life if she is to survive.
The Summoning (2014)
After breaking down in the middle of nowhere, some friends find themselves being hunted for a satanic ritual.
Stray Cat Rock: Machine Animal (1970)
Stray Cat Rock: Machine Animal Nora-neko rokku: Mashin animaru or Alleycat Rock: Machine Animal is a 1970 Japanese film. It is the fourth entry in the Stray Cat Rock or Alleycat Rock series of exploitation films initiated by Alleycat Rock: Female Boss.
Black Crusader (1986)
A man returns to his hometown to find it under the thumb of a powerful extortionist.
Surviving Skokie (2015)
Eli Adler travels to Poland with his father to learn about members of their extended family, many of whom were killed during the Holocaust.
Moonlight Boy (1993)
The spirit of a 13-year-old wanders for 30 years.
Zombie Soldier (2016)
Rival trainees band together to survive after a soldier returns to their base as a bloodthirsty zombie.
In 1969, two cousins set out on bikes to travel around Lake Superior.
Laundry Day (2015)
Laundry Day is an American independent dark comedy/crime film set in New Orleans starring Kerry Cahill, Billy Slaughter, Dave Davis, and Samantha Ann. It is the directorial debut of Randy Mack, who also wrote and produced via Armak Productions. The original score was composed and performed by Peter Orr of legendary New Orleans band Sneaky Pete & The Fens. It is currently represented by Circus Road Films and planning a 2017 film festival premiere.
World Safari II: The Final Adventure (1984)
Alby Mangels records Australian cattle musters.
Benjamin Lathan's flight disappeared, twelve years later he returns. With the help of a mysterious beauty, he finds himself on an unlikely journey.
The Royal Rodeo (1939)
The Royal Rodeo is a 1939 short American musical film starring John Payne. It was made by Warner Bros.
The Bride (2015)
A bride questions her love for her fiance and her sexuality.
A Mate (2008)
Petra's friend helps him do something kinky in the bathroom.
Across The River (2013)
An ethologist's research on the nocturnal behavior of animals leads him to a remote, "deserted" village and an ancient curse.
Lost in the Jungle (1911)
Six national youth students are stranded on their way to their station of service in a remote area.
Iron Moon (2015)
Iron Moon, also known as The Verse of us, is a 2015 Chinese feature documentary film directed by Xiaoyu Qin and Feiyue Wu. The documentary follows working class poets in China.
Kékszakállú (English: Bluebeard) is a 2016 Argentine drama film directed by Gastón Solnicki. It was screened in the Orizzonti section at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival. It is Solnicki's first narrative feature, after two documentary shorts.
A resident of Louisville, Ky., tries to move her entire house to another county after suffering through years of regular leaks, spills, and occasional explosions at nearby manufacturing facilities.
A divorce mediation spins violently out of control.
Two mail carriers fight for their lives after they witness a crime.
Schacko Klak (1989)
Young Luxembourgers are forced to join the Wehrmacht after a resistance strike.
Nothing is worse than losing a child. No amount of violence, painkillers or self loathing can wash away that kind of hell. But try telling that to Taylor Braithwate. The only person he hates more than himself is the terrorist who murdered his daughter and he'll tear the world off its hinges to get the bastard. But first, Taylor must battle through his own ignorance and guilt to accept the help of a Muslim-American cop. Only then does he have a shot at revenge and just maybe a new life.
The Sky Is Falling, also known as Las Flores Del Vicio (English: The Flowers of Vice), released in the United States as Bloodbath, is a 1979 Spanish surrealist thriller film directed by Silvio Narizzano and written by Gonzalo Suarez. It stars Dennis Hopper, Carroll Baker, and Win Wells as hopeless American expatriates living in a Spanish village where citizens are dying mysterious deaths after the arrival of a religious cult. The film has been characterized as an example of the frenetic roles played by Hopper in the 1970s.
Inside America (2010)
Inside America is a 2010 Austrian drama film written and directed by Barbara Eder. The film is Eder's debut and it won the Special Jury Prize at the Max Ophüls Film Festival.
After Piper's (Mia Klosterman) alcoholic boyfriend sends her to the hospital, she joins a group of battered women who decide to kill their exes, only to find that these guys won't go down without a fight.
The Ghosts of Johnson Woods (2015)
A woman and an awkward man begin a relationship, only to discover neither is who they say they are.
A novelist who's run out of ideas investigates a local murder, hoping for inspiration.
A Christmas Accident (1912)
A Christmas Accident is a 1911 American Christmas film.
Three Graves for a Winchester (1966)
3 colpi di Winchester per Ringo a.k.a. Three Graves for a Winchester/Three Bullets for Ringo is a 1966 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Emimmo Salvi and shot in Totalscope. It is the first and only film collaboration between Mickey Hargitay and Gordon Mitchell. The two friends appeared together in Mae West's 1950s Las Vegas stage show, then traveled to Italy where they made sword and sandal films. It was the first Western for Gordon Mitchell. Told that the Italians preferred their Western heroes lean, Mitchell dropped his weight from 220 lbs (99.79 kg) to 170 lbs (77.11 kg).
Reach for the SKY (2015)
Students and teachers prepare for South Korea's annual national exam.
A couple reflect on the past two years of their now broken relationship.
A super-soldier experiment gone wrong turns a government agent into a raging werewolf.
Ferocious Pal (1934)
Ferocious Pal is a 1934 American adventure film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and written by Joseph Anthony Roach. The film stars Kazan the Wonder Dog, Ruth Sullivan, Gene Toler, Robert Seiter, Tom London and Harry Dunkinson. The film was released on February 2, 1934, by Principal Distributing.
California is a 1977 Italo-Spanish spaghetti western film directed by Michele Lupo. The film was generally well received by critics and obtained a good commercial success at Italian box office.