Daybreak is a 1933 Chinese silent film directed by Sun Yu for the Lianhua Film Company. It follows a young girl from a rural fishing village, Ling Ling as she moves to the glittering city of Shanghai. There she is first raped and then forced into prostitution before eventually becoming a martyr for the coming revolution.
My Night, Your Day (2016)
An insomniac spends his nights out on the streets of Budapest to let his girlfriend sleep in peace. he finds himself in increasingly weird, even deadly, situations.
Mother Pluto (1936)
Mother Pluto is a Silly Symphonies cartoon released on November 14, 1936, directed by David Hand. The cartoon features the adorable pup, Pluto.
A struggling street artist falls in love with a successful publicist who's rapidly climbing the ranks of her company. He begins to feel uncomfortable in the relationship, realizing she outearns him by a large margin.
When landowners In the British countryside discover there is an intruder on their land, they decide to play a twisted game. Without a clue to the danger he is in, the trespasser ventures deeper into the property, where things are not what they seem.
A Haunting In Connecticut (2002)
A demonologist and a clairvoyant try to rid a family's home of supernatural entities.
Stelvio. Crocevia della Pace (2015)
The Stelvio Pass in the Italian Alps offers a breathtaking landscape and summer skiing, but just 100 years ago, it was the highest and coldest battlefield of World War I.
The Road to Shame (1959)
Pierre Rossi and Béatrice live in the same block of flats in Marseille and love each other. One night, Béatrice leaves her apartment. Pierre knows that his fiancée goes to a rendezvous, but she would not tell him more than just that. Worried, Pierre follows her but he is attacked and stolen his identity papers by two men, Tom and Nasol, on the payroll of Quaglio, one of the city's bosses. Later on, Quaglio kills Nasol and deposits the body in a garage, leaving Pierre's papers nearby. As for Pierre, he manages to follow Tom to a villa where several young women have been invited. Pierre, horrified, realizes that this place is the headquarters for the white slave trade.
Beauty Bites Beast (2016)
Women all over the world undertake the transformative experience of learning verbal, emotional and physical empowerment rooted in self-defense.
Naked Spaces: Living Is Round (1985)
The rhythm and ritual of life in the rural environments of six West African countries.
Déjà s'envole la fleur maigre (1960)
Filmmaker Paul Meyer documents life in Borinage.
La porte d'Anna (2015)
The lives of caregivers, educators and patients inside a psychiatric hospital for children.
Shot! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra Of Rock (2017)
Shot! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock is an odyssey into the colorful and bohemian tales of rock 'n' roll's history. A cinematic adventure that delves deep into the mind of one of rock's greatest living photographers: Mick Rock. Through the poignant lens of rock 'n' roll mythology; icon-maker, psychedelic explorer, poet, and custodian of dreams Mick Rock navigates his story from the glam rock shimmer of London to the snarl of NYC punk, and deep into the new millennium. Mick turns inward to face himself and the experiences as the visual record-keeper of myths and legends that propelled him into a living icon in this rock n’ roll comeback story. Mick's now infamous images of the likes of David Bowie, Queen, Syd Barrett (Founding member of Pink Floyd), Blondie, Lou Reed and Iggy Pop are now imprinted on our collective psyche forever and generations to come.
Presented in his own words, juxtaposed with spellbinding images and exclusive never-seen or heard archival film footage, audio recordings and original material, this film reveals an enigmatic Rock and his adventurous life both behind the camera and as an integral member of the artist’s entourage working with and shaping some of the most outrageous, recognized and accomplished musicians and personalities of the past forty years. An icon-maker, and icon in his own right, Rock is among a very few photographers who himself is photographed walking red carpets in Los Angeles, London, New York and around the globe.
Bailando con Margot (2016)
In the 1950s, a wealthy widow gets caught up in an investigation over the theft of a priceless painting. Margot must prove her innocence while concealing the secrets of her past when a detective comes to visit.
Perfect Day (1929)
Perfect Day is a 1929 short comedy film starring Laurel and Hardy.
The Many Strange Stories Of Triangle Woman (2008)
A series of ten short stories ranging from the grotesque, the weird, the perplexingly absurd, and the ridiculously silly.
Driven to Succeed (2015)
The owner of a D-rate driving academy and his moronic staff try to save their jobs when a politician targets them for elimination.
The Twilight Hour: Visions of Ireland's Haunted Past (2002)
The legends, ruins and restless spirits that haunt Ireland's countryside.
Unaccustomed As We Are (1929)
Unaccustomed As We Are is the first sound comedy short film starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy released on May 4, 1929.
A metalworker moonlighting as a currency forger decides to set up a printing shop.
Go North (2017)
Go North is a coming-of-age thriller film directed by Matt Ogens and co-written by Kyle Lierman and Ogens. The film stars Jacob Lofland, Sophie Kennedy Clark, Patrick Schwarzenegger, and James Bloor.
Scars of Youth (2008)
In a post-apocalyptic world, groups of people are governed by white-suited agents of some ominous force. A young man struggles to come to terms with his bleak existence while trying to save his mother from the grip of a strange black fluid.
Deep Throat Part II (1974)
A well-meaning nurse finds herself targeted by a handful of would-be espionage agents.
Dangerous Invitations (2002)
A couple's attempt to spice up their sex life with a third partner yields nightmarish results.
Alice: Boy from Wonderland (2015)
A young woman (Jung So Min) who suffers from debilitating nightmares heeds the advice of a shaman and checks into a private resort called Wonderland.
Oh My Ghost 2 (2011)
In this hilarious, campy horror-comedy, a gang of friends heads back to their old school, this time as teachers! But trouble-making ghosts are among their students, and they look hauntingly familiar…
Further Ed (2017)
When Cameron's father suddenly dies, he realizes he may have to drop out of college and leave the girl of his dreams behind. Cameron and his roommate decide to manufacture their own designer drug so Cameron can stay in school, but as it gains in popularity, they attract unwanted attention from other local dealers.
Hail, Mafia (1965)
Je vous salue, mafia! is a 1965 French Italian film directed by Raoul Lévy.
The Gypsy Moon (1954)
A space ranger (Richard Crane) and his crew discover two strange moons orbiting each other, inhabited by warring civilizations.
Hospitality Department (2013)
Based on the novel by Hiro Arikawa.
Counting for Thunder (2015)
An unsuccessful actor returns to the gulf coast of Alabama after his relationship ends at the same time his mother receives a dire medical diagnosis.
A leading female sport climber makes the transition to winter mountaineering.
Gunned Down (2017)
Four men. Four million in cash. One final job. But their haul is stolen, and one of their fathers is murdered. Forced to flee the country after an attempt on his life, Cregan’s hiding out in sunny Spain when he meets his father’s beautiful contact, who suggests the man’s murder wasn’t about money.
Sexual Magic (2001)
A woman discovers that her four roommates are witches who have brewed an enticing potion.
Red Carpet (2014)
An adult-movie director tries to lure a top actress into starring in his legitimized film.
Doing Jewish: A Story From Ghana (2016)
Residents of a small community in Ghana learn they have been practicing Judaism for centuries.
The Cut-Throats (1969)
A captain handpicks a dozen elite American commandos to storm a remote Nazi outpost and seize battle plans that may be able to end the war early.
Dry Season (2006)
Daratt is a 2006 film by Chadian director Mahamat Saleh Haroun.
Lives of Performers (1972)
A stark and revealing examination of romantic alliances, LIVES OF PERFORMERS examines the dilemma of a man who can’t choose between two women and makes them both suffer. Originally part of a dance performance choreographed by Rainer . We distribute Yvonne Rainer's films worldwide. The DVD and Blu-ray editions of the Rainer films that we sell in our web store are not available elsewhere, and are archival, institutional, movie-only DVDs without menus, chapters or extras. See the entire collection here . If you want to purchase this film for educational or personal use outside the USA, please email us for more information.
Families of victims fight to learn the truth about collusion between loyalist paramilitaries and the British security forces during Northern Ireland's Troubles.
A Reckless Rover (1918)
A scruffy man runs from the police and takes refuge in a Chinese laundry.
Pleasure in Paradise (1991)
Two heiresses meet a stranger who has more than a passing interest in their late uncle's bar.
Catherine & Co. (1975)
Catherine & Co. is a 1975 French/Italian adult themed comedy film directed by Michel Boisrond, co-written by Catherine Breillat and Léo L. Fuchs, and starring Jane Birkin, Patrick Dewaere, Jean-Pierre Aumont, and Vittorio Caprioli.
Travis Porter: Red Rock (2012)
A budding hip-hop group becomes stranded in a remote town after its tour bus breaks down. After the driver witnesses a horrific crime, the members of the group realize they must use any means necessary to escape.
Easter Bunny Bloodbath (2010)
Twenty years ago, a little boy watched the Easter Bunny decapitate his sister. Now, on holiday vacation with his friends at an isolated cabin, he is once again terrorized by the sinister rabbit.
The lone survivor of a brutal killing spree, now suffering from severe post-traumatic stress disorder, is horrified to learn that the killer she barely escaped is being transferred to her mental health facility.
No Logo (2003)
No Logo: Taking Aim at the Brand Bullies is a book by the Canadian author Naomi Klein. First published by Knopf Canada and Picador in December 1999, shortly after the 1999 WTO Ministerial Conference protests in Seattle had generated media attention around such issues, it became one of the most influential books about the alter-globalization movement and an international bestseller.
Three people experience the same event through their unique perspectives.
Broken Glass (2007)
A lesbian's overbearing mother gives her an ultimatum to abandon her lifestyle or be disowned. She attempts to appease her mother, but the stress of hiding her identity triggers the formation of a dangerous alter ego.
Two soldiers returning from the Napoleonic War find an evil lurking in the woods around a village.
Magellan: At the Gates of Death, Part I: The Red Gate I, 0 (1976)
A clairvoyant killer searches for his next victim.
Don't Click (2012)
Don't Click is a 2012 South Korean horror film about a "forbidden video" that curses people to death.
Boulevard des assassins (1982)
A former journalist-turned-writer investigates a series of murders and corruption in the south of France.
2 hati 1 jiwa (2010)
Two sheltered women enroll at a university.
4 Madu (2010)
Twins must fulfill their father's strange demands to inherit his fortune.
Will Work for Views: The Lo-Fi Life of Weird Paul (2019)
Paul Petroskey started making videos of himself at the age of 13 to become famous. After 30 years and thousands of videos, he's still trying.
Witches Don't Exist (2014)
Katie receives a magical amulet on her 13th birthday.
Flesh Eaters from Outer Space (1989)
Metal heads from New Jersey face off against aliens.
Moonshine is a 1918 American two-reel silent comedy film directed by and starring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and featuring Buster Keaton.
Char Adhyay (1997)
Char Adhyay 1997 Indian Bengali language drama film written and directed by Kumar Shahani. It is based on Rabindranath Tagore's last novel by the same name, written in 1934.
The Traitors (1962)
The Traitors is a 1962 British thriller film directed by Robert Tronson and starring Patrick Allen, Jacqueline Ellis, Zena Walker and James Maxwell.
An exploration of the prolific art scene in New York.
Making the Crooked Straight (2008)
The life and work of Dr. Rick Hodes.
The Winner (2011)
The Winner (Polish: Wygrany) is a 2011 American-Polish co-production written and directed by Wieslaw Saniewski and starring Pawel Szajda, Janusz Gajos, Wojciech Pszoniak and Marta Żmuda-Trzebiatowska.
Film tells a story of Oliver (played by Pawel Szajda, "Under the Tuscan Sun" and HBO's "Generation Kill") who is a young and talented pianist. When his life and promising career suddenly collapse, he finds an unexpected help in a retired math teacher, now a compulsive horse race gambler (played by Janusz Gajos).
The Winner was filmed in Chicago, German town Baden-Baden and Polish city of Wroclaw and Lądek Zdrój. Film's soundtrack includes music of Chopin, three Elvis Presley's songs and tango.
Bruce Lee: The Man and the Legend (1973)
Bruce Lee, The Man and The Legend (Chinese: 李小龍的生與死), also known as The Legend is Born of Bruce Lee and Year of the Dragon, is a 1973 Hong Kong documentary produced by Raymond Chow, and starring Bruce Lee. A follow-up/reworking of this documentary was released in 1984 under the title Bruce Lee, The Legend.
Between Eleven and Midnight (1949)
Between Eleven and Midnight (French:Entre onze heures et minuit) is a 1949 French-Italian mystery film directed by Henri Decoin. It stars Louis Jouvet and Madeleine Robinson; Yvette Etiévant appears in an early role.
Go West Happy Cow (2010)
Mike and Kurt set out on a road trip from Wisconsin to California, hauling a horse trailer full of their Happy Cow product and sharing their love of all things Wisconsin with folks along the way.
Building a Dancer (2018)
A dancer navigates the high and low points of trying to make it in the business.
Blood in the Water (2009)
Blood in the Water is a television film that aired on the Discovery Channel in 2009. It was directed by Richard Bedser. It is based on a true-life series of shark attacks that became the inspiration for Peter Benchley's novel Jaws. It was the season premiere of Shark Week on August 2 for the 2009 season.
Brussels By Night (1983)
Brussels by Night is a Belgian drama film from 1983, directed by former Humo journalist Marc Didden. The low budget picture was financed partly by Herman Schueremans, organizer of the Flemish rock festival Rock Werchter. The film was named after a 1979 song by Raymond van het Groenewoud, who also wrote the soundtrack for the movie. Brussels by Night was important in Belgian film history because its bleak, grey atmosphere and stream of consciousness structure were a sharp contrast with the more conventional films the country produced up to then.
I've Got You, You've Got Me by the Chin Hairs (1979)
A police detective investigates the disappearance of a star host.
Are Golfers Cuckoo? (1926)
Poor golfers try to earn extra money as caddies.
A hopeless romantic finally gets the man of her dreams to notice her. She should be happy, but something is missing.
Hagiga BaSnuker is a 1975 Israeli cult movie, one of the classic Bourekas films. The movie was directed by Boaz Davidson and stars Israeli comedians Ze'ev Revach, Yehuda Barkan and Yosef Shiloah.
The Man of the Hour (1937)
The Man of the Hour (French:L'homme du jour) is a 1937 French musical film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Maurice Chevalier, Elvire Popesco and Josette Day. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jacques Krauss. An ordinary man saves the life of a great actress by giving blood, and she in turns decides to promote him as a singing star.
Eden and After (1970)
From the darkly erotic imagination of Alain Robbe-Grillet (Trans-Europe-Express) comes EDEN AND AFTER, a dreamlike fable in which a group of decadent French students are drawn into the psychological and sexual games of a mysterious Dutchman.
The Stressful Adventures of Boxhead & Roundhead (2014)
After their home is destroyed, Boxhead and Roundhead head to the big city and battle red tape, rent, rats and the rat race to get it back.
Les frères Pétard (1986)
The Joint Brothers or Les Frères Pétard is a French film directed by Hervé Palud released in 1986.
La Fleur de l'âge (2013)
Gaspard, a famous television presenter, enters the twilight of his career. As age catches up with him, he finds himself forced to care for his elderly father.
La planque (2011)
Three bank robbers are forced to hide in a police station when their getaway driver ditches them.
FX 18 (1964)
A secret agent breaks up an espionage ring.
The World's Most Beautiful Swindlers (1964)
Les plus belles escroqueries du monde (English: The World's Most Beautiful Swindlers) is a 1964 film composed of five segments, each of which was created with a different set of writers, directors, and actors.
Shaolin Warrior (1980)
Shaolin Warrior is a 1984 kung fu film directed by Chia-Liang Liu. It is originally a Cantonese language film.
Tales of Paris (1962)
Tales of Paris is a 1962 French anthology film starring Catherine Deneuve.
It is also known as Le Parigine, Les Parisiennes and Of Beds and Broads.
Amazon Hot Box (2018)
The evil warden of a jungle prison conducts voodoo experiments on her female prisoners.
The Devil Plays (1931)
The Devil Plays is a 1931 American mystery film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Jameson Thomas, Florence Britton and Thomas E. Jackson. It was given a British release under the alternative title of The Murdock Affair.
Auto Recovery (2008)
Slim is a pro at repossessing expensive and highly protected cars, but his next assignment just might be his last. When Slim is forced to choose between recovering a pastor's car or face serving a 20 year sentence his life is changed forever. You never know when your past will catch up to you.
Elle voit des nains partout! (1982)
Snow White meets Tarzan, Robin Hood and others.
Lady of Csejte (2015)
A countess sends her young cousin to find her maidens.
For Those We Love (2007)
Young Japanese pilots are trained to sink Allied warships by flying into them.
Fifty-six-year-old Argentino Vargas travels to Buenos Aires. He is waiting at the main hall of Teatro San Martín for someone to guide him to the tenth floor, where the movie he stars in is about to be screened. He has never been to a movie theater.
Summer Night in Town (1990)
A couple struggles with their relationship after a one-night stand.
'Til Death Do Us Part (1995)
A dancer performs in a bad club.
Snuf de hond en de ijsvogel (2010)
Two children, arrested for a robbery they did not commit, escape from prison to find the real culprits with the help of their dog.
The Festival Girls (1961)
Hollywood stars attend the Riviera film festivals.
Kiki of Montparnasse (2013)
A model becomes a celebrated artist.
Eco de la montaña (2014)
Echo of the Mountain (Spanish: Eco de la montaña) is a 2014 Mexican documentary film about Santos de la Torre directed by Nicolás Echevarría. It was one of fourteen films shortlisted by Mexico to be their submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards, but it lost out to 600 Miles.
Love Me Anyway (2014)
Eddie and Esme's marriage is going through a rough patch, and Esme's extramarital affair and the arrival of Eddie's brother, Danny, doesn't help matters.
Petaling Street Warriors (2011)
Petaling Street Warriors is a film co-directed by James Lee Thim Heng and Sampson Yuen Choi-Hin through Malaysian production company, Juita Entertainment, a subsidiary of Juita Viden. Jointly presented by Juita Viden and Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC), it is the first period kungfu comedy to be produced locally in Malaysia and Singapore, with famed action choreographer from Hong Kong, Yuk-Sing Ma, who have worked on Hong Kong and China's blockbusters, such as Storm Riders 2 and A Chinese Fairy Tale.
Délits flagrants (1994)
A look inside the French justice system as suspects apprehended for various crimes appear for interviews with the deputy public prosecutor ahead of their trials.