Crime on the Hill (1934)

Crime on the Hill is a 1933 British mystery film directed by Bernard Vorhaus and starring Sally Blane, Nigel Playfair and Lewis Casson. The plot was based on a successful play by Jack de Leon and Jack Celestin. It was made by British International Pictures at Welwyn Studios in autumn 1933.

The Crime Patrol (1936)

The Crime Patrol is a 1936 American film directed by Eugene Cummings.

Asientos (1996)

Disturbed by images on television, a young African seeks refuge in imagining the journey of a former slave.

Jane Eyre (1934)

Jane Eyre is a 1934 American romantic drama film directed by Christy Cabanne, starring Virginia Bruce and Colin Clive. It is based on the 1847 novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë, and is the first adaptation to use sound.

The Lost Zeppelin (1929)

The Lost Zeppelin is a 1929 talking adventure film directed by Edward Sloman and produced and distributed by Tiffany-Stahl. It stars Conway Tearle, Virginia Valli and Ricardo Cortez. Tearle plays a navy officer modeled on U. S. Navy Commander Richard Evelyn Byrd who was then a national aviation hero. Byrd made his own genuine Antarctic adventure With Byrd at the South Pole during his South Pole Expedition 1928-29.

Killing Spree (1987)

Killing Spree is a 1987 horror film written and directed by Tim Ritter. Its plot follows a man who becomes jealous of the imagined affairs of his wife and kills everyone she meets, only for them to come back as zombies.

Live to Forgive (2009)

A minister teaches people how to forgive others.

The Silver Fleet (1943)

During the occupation of World War II, the owner of a Dutch shipping port is ordered to attend an interview with the head of the Gestapo. His yard has almost completed two submarines and the Nazis are anxious to have them finished and fully operational. They offer to reinstate him if he agrees, which he does. But what the Nazis do not know is that he is planning to double cross them and take the ships to England, if he can.

Fambul Tok (2011)

Fambul Tok is a 2011 documentary film about an organization that aims at reconciliation and forgiveness in communities that were affected by a long-running civil war in Sierra Leone. The film was directed by journalist Sara Terry and it premiered at the South by Southwest film festival. The title of the film is the organization's name, which translates to "family talk" in the Krio language. The film has received mixed reviews from critics. An epilogue to the film documented the community's reconciliation process with one of the major perpetrators of violence during the war.

Bottled Life: Nestle's Business with Water (2012)

Nestlé dominates the global business in bottled water. Swiss journalist Res Gehringer has investigated this money-making phenomena. His journey reveals the schemes and strategies of the most powerful food and beverage company on our planet.

You Got to Move (1985)

In 1932 the Highlander Folk School was founded in rural Tennessee to provide a focal point for the burgeoning Appalachian labor movement. Years later, in the 1950s, the center would play a pivotal role in the American Civil Rights Movement, training a number of famous and lesser-known advocates for social change. Using interviews and footage from the era, documentarians Lucy Massie Phenix and Veronica Selver chronicle the lives of people who have benefited as a result of efforts by the school.

The Impersonator (1960)

The Impersonator is a 1961 low-budget black and white British thriller film directed and co-written by Alfred Shaughnessy. An American angle and U.S. character actor John Crawford were incorporated to give this second feature some transatlantic box office appeal.

Possessed (2009)

Living Death is a 2009 South Korean horror film written and directed by Lee Yong-ju. The film received 248,503 admissions in South Korea.

The Pirate's Curse (2005)

A mercenary is caught up in a mysterious woman's quest to find buried treasure before her rival twin does.

Samson vs. the Vampires (1961)

Maciste contro il vampiro (internationally released as Maciste Vs. the Vampire, Goliath and the Island of Vampires, Goliath and the Vampires and The Vampires) is a 1961 Italian fantasy-peplum film directed by Sergio Corbucci and Giacomo Gentilomo. It was noticed that the visual style of the film was inspired by Mario Bava's films.

Cherokee Uprising (1950)

A government searches for the reasons behind an impending Indian war.

Whiskey Business (2012)

Whiskey Business is a 2012 American comedy film directed by Robert Iscove and written by Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas. The film stars Pauly Shore, Cynthia Preston, John Schneider, Tanya Tucker, Brad Borbridge and Ari Cohen. The film premiered on CMT on March 25, 2012.

Shara (2003)

Shara, is a 2003 Japanese drama film directed by Naomi Kawase. It was entered into the 2003 Cannes Film Festival.

Heartbreak Hospital (2002)

A talented but struggling actress (Chelsea Altman) lands a role on a soap opera, but a murderer strikes down one of its stars.

Bayo (1985)

Bayo is a 1985 Canadian drama film, directed by Mort Ransen and written by Ransen, Terry Ryan, and Arnie Gelbart. The film stars Ed McNamara, Patricia Phillips, Stephan McGrath, Hugh Webster, Cedric Smith, Patrick Lane, and Maisie Rillie. Set in Tickle Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador, the film focuses on the relationship of Bayo (McGrath), a young boy living with his single parent Sharon (Phillips). When Sharon's long-estranged father Phillip (McNamara) returns, Bayo's fascination with his grandfather threatens to upend Sharon's plan to move to Toronto.

One Day After Peace (2012)

An Israeli woman searches for the Palestinian man who shot her son.


A strong woman (Audrey Morgan) raises her problem sons and daughter (Carol E. Hall) with no help from her husband.

Code of the Streets (1939)

Code of the Streets is a 1939 Universal Studios film starring The Little Tough Guys.

The Road Less Traveled (2010)

A widow is irresistibly drawn to a stranger who walks into her lonely life.

Bruce vs. Bill (1981)

Two kung-fu masters (Bruce Le, Bill Louie) fight over a hidden treasure.

The Last Sentence (2012)

The Last Sentence (Swedish: Dom över död man; Judgement on the dead) is a Swedish film from 2012, directed by Jan Troell and starring Jesper Christensen, Pernilla August, Björn Granath and Ulla Skoog. It is set between 1933 and 1945, and focuses on the life and career of Torgny Segerstedt, a Swedish newspaper editor who was a prominent critic of Hitler and the Nazis during a period when the Swedish government and monarch were intent on maintaining Sweden's neutrality and avoiding tensions with Germany. The film also deals with Segerstedt's relations with his wife, his mistress, and his mistress's husband (who was a close friend of Segerstedt). The film's Swedish title, Dom över död man, comes from a line in the Old Norse poem Hávamál: "Cattle die, kinsmen die, thou wilt also die; but I know one thing that never dies: the judgment on the dead".

Colorado Ambush (1951)

Colorado Ambush is a 1951 American western film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Johnny Mack Brown, Myron Healey and Lois Hall.

Little Noises (1992)

Little Noises is a 1992 dramedy film directed by Jane Spencer. The movie was released on June 1, 1992 in the United States and stars Crispin Glover as an awkward and unsuccessful writer who achieves fame after stealing the poetry of a deaf-mute. Little Noises was initially intended to be released straight to video but was given a theatrical release by Monument Pictures.

Under the Bridge (1984)

A man under a bridge encourages an abused teen to kill his needy sister.

The Passenger (2006)

The Passenger (French: Le passager) is a 2005 French drama film directed by Éric Caravaca.

Zhao le (1993)

A man (Huang Zongluo) starts a club for fellow retirees, but they soon discover their meeting spot will be torn down to put up a karaoke club.

Metropia (2009)

Metropia is a 2009 English-language Swedish-Danish-Norwegian adult animated mystery thriller drama science fiction film directed by Tarik Saleh. The screenplay was written by Fredrik Edin, Stig Larsson, and Tarik Saleh after a story by Tarik Saleh, Fredrik Edin and Martin Hultman. The film uses a technique where photographs have been altered and heavily stylized in a computer program, and then animated. The visual style is inspired by the works of Terry Gilliam, Roy Andersson and Yuriy Norshteyn. Metropia is Boulder Media Limited's first adult animated movie and production. It is a complex story of a misaligned man, though good intent, creating a nightmarish Dystopian existence. Metropia is taking place in a not-so-distant, terrifying Europe.

Arsenal (1929)

Arsenal (Ukrainian: Арсенал, also alternative title January Uprising in Kiev in 1918) is a Soviet war film by Ukrainian director Alexander Dovzhenko. The film was shot at Odessa Film Factory of VUFKU with the camera of legendary cameraman Danyl Demutskyi and using the original sets made by Volodymyr Muller. The expressionist imagery, perfect camera work and original drama took the film far beyond the usual propaganda and made it one of the most important pieces of Ukrainian avant-garde cinema. The film was made in 1928 and released early in 1929. It is the second film in his "Ukraine Trilogy", the first being Zvenigora (1928) and the third being Earth (1930). The film concerns an episode in the Russian Civil War in 1918 in which the Kiev Arsenal January Uprising of workers aided the besieging Bolshevik army against the Ukrainian national Parliament Central Rada who held legal power in Ukraine at the time. Regarded by film scholar Vance Kepley, Jr. as "one of the few Soviet political films which seems even to cast doubt on the morality of violent retribution", Dovzhenko's eye for wartime absurdities (for example, an attack on an empty trench) anticipates later pacifist sentiments in films by Jean Renoir and Stanley Kubrick.

The Price of Kings: Shimon Peres (2012)

Filmmakers Joanna Natasegara and Richard Symons delve into the life of Shimon Peres.

Antarctica (1991)

Filmmaker John Weiley explores the continent and its animals, as well as the scientists who work there.

The Gray Seasons (2011)

Shimmy Gray-Miller, a coach with a personal history of playing and coaching success, is brought in to turn things around for the Saint Louis University women's basketball program.

Claws (1977)

Cat eyes watch a boy (Jason Roberts) left home alone by his parents (Brian O'Shaughnessy, Sandra Prinsloo) on their farm in 1920s Africa.

Filler ve Çimen (2001)

Elephants and Grass (Turkish: Filler ve Çimen) is a 2001 Turkish drama film, written and directed by Derviş Zaim, about six different stories that merge into a common theme. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on January 5, 2001 (2001-01-05), won awards at film festivals in Antalya and Istanbul, including the Golden Orange Behlül Dal Jury Special Award.

Future Lasts Forever (2011)

Future Lasts Forever (Turkish: ''Gelecek Uzun Sürer'') is a 2011 Turkish drama film, written and directed by Özcan Alper, starring Gaye Gürsel as an Istanbul music student who travels to south-east Turkey to record traditional music and confront her own past. The film, which will go on nationwide general release across Turkey on November 11, 2011 (2011-11-11), was awarded 5 prizes at the 18th International Adana Golden Boll Film Festival (September 17–25, 2011) and premiered in competition at the 36th Toronto International Film Festival (September 8–18, 2011).

Ne khodite, devki, zamuzh (1985)

Do Not Marry, Girls is a 1985 Soviet musical film directed by Yevgeni Gerasimov.

Dollar Mambo (1993)

Singers, chorus girls, magicians and actors entertain lowlifes at a Panamanian nightclub.

A Wanderer's Notebook (1962)

A Wanderer's Notebook , also known as Her Lonely Lane, is a 1962 black-and-white Japanese film drama directed by Mikio Naruse, starring Hideko Takamine. The film is a biopic about the novelist and poet Fumiko Hayashi, whose favorite phrase was “The life of a flower is short. It is full of sufferings.”

Willed to Kill (2012)

A serial killer contacts the Boston homicide detective (Sarah Jane Morris) who's on his trail.

Colorz Of Rage (1999)

Colorz of Rage is a 1999 debut feature film for Dale Resteghini. The independent urban drama features Debbie (Nicki Richards) and Tony Mespelli (Dale Resteghini) trying to make it in New York City despite great adversity. It also features hip-hop star Redman and R&B singer Cheryl "Pepsii" Riley.

Thor: Legend of the Magical Hammer (2011)

Legends of Valhalla: Thor (Icelandic: Hetjur Valhallar - Þór), also known as Thor: Legend of the Magical Hammer, is a 2011 3D CGI animated comedy feature film co-produced by CAOZ, Ulysses and Magma Films. It is based on stories about Thor, the god of thunder from Norse mythology. The film is the first full-length animated film to be produced in Iceland. It was released on October 14, 2011 in Reykjavík. The film was released on DVD in North America on March 19, 2013.

The Court Martial of Major Keller (1961)

The Court Martial of Major Keller is a 1961 British film directed by Ernest Morris and written by Brian Clemens. It stars Laurence Payne, Susan Stephen and Austin Trevor. The film recounts the court martial for murder of Major Keller, a British army officer during the Second World War. He is charged with killing his superior officer, but remains silent, refusing to defend himself.

Invasion of Alien Bikini (2011)

A beautiful alien who looks human is rescued by a chaste hero and tries to seduce him so she can reproduce.

Hell's Hinges (1916)

Hell's Hinges is a 1916 American Western silent film starring William S. Hart and Clara Williams. Directed by Charles Swickard, William S. Hart and Clifford Smith, and produced by Thomas H. Ince, the screenplay was written by C. Gardner Sullivan. Hell's Hinges has been selected for preservation in the National Film Registry, and is considered by some to be one of the finest silent Westerns.

Phantom Raiders (1940)

Phantom Raiders is a 1940 film, the second in the series starring Walter Pidgeon as Nick Carter.

L'oncle Charles (2012)

Corinne pretends to be a rich man's sister to earn an inheritance. When he shows up to meet his long-lost sister, Corinne scrambles to make her lies believable.

Fourplay (2013)

Couples in four American cities share their sexual intimacies.

The Invisible Life of Thomas Lynch (2011)

A small-time hit man fulfills his contracts while a documentary film crew follows him around.

Tied (2013)

A married woman (Laetitia Casta) begins a sadomasochistic relationship with a banker (Benot Poelvoorde).

Ella and Friends (2012)

Ella and her friends band together to stop a fame-seeking racecar driver from shutting down their school.

The Dark Power (1985)

A whip-wielding ranger (Lash La Rue) comes to the rescue when college students come under attack by American Indian zombies.

A Day Without Policeman (1993)

A couple seek retribution for being taunted, beaten and raped on a remote Hong Kong island.

Deranged: Confessions of a Necrophile (1974)

A middle-aged farmer, whose domineering mother warped him into becoming a psychotic killer, mummifies his mother's body when she dies and then kills and takes home other women's bodies to keep her company.

One Night (2012)

One Night (French: 38 témoins), also known as 38 Witnesses, is a 2012 Belgian-French drama film directed by Lucas Belvaux. It was written by Belvaux based on Didier Decoin's novel Est-ce ainsi que les femmes meurent?. It premiered on 30 January 2012, at the International Film Festival Rotterdam. The film was nominated for seven Magritte Awards, winning Best Screenplay.

West of Dodge City (1947)

West of Dodge City is a 1947 American Western film directed by Ray Nazarro and written by Bert Horswell. The film stars Charles Starrett, Nancy Saunders, Mustard, Gravy and Smiley Burnette. The film was released on March 27, 1947, by Columbia Pictures.

Semi-Auto Colours (2010)

Kids learn to count to one.

Diamond 13 (2009)

Diamant 13 is a 2009 French-Belgian-Luxembourgian film noir co-written and directed by Gilles Béhat. The screenplay is based on Hugues Pagan's novel L'Étage des Morts. The film was nominated for a Magritte Award in the category of Best Original Score for Frédéric Vercheval in 2011.

The Locksmith (2010)

An ex-con works as a locksmith and tries to focus on his work, until Margo hijacks his day.

Howrah Bridge (1958)

Howrah Bridge is a 1958 film directed by Shakti Samanta. Its name is a reference to Howrah Bridge, which connects Howrah to Kolkata over the Hooghly River. It features the well known Hindi song "Mera Naam Chin Chin Chu" which was re-used in the film Salaam Bombay!. This song was sung by Geeta Dutt and picturised on Helen. Director Samanta also said that the sensuous club number "Aaiye Meherbaan" picturized on Madhubala was also very memorable. The Music Director is O. P. Nayyar. The songs of this film were penned by the famous lyricist and Urdu poet Qamar Jalalabadi. The film performed "above average" at the box office.

Josh (2009)

Josh is a 2009 Telugu coming of age action film that marked the debut of Naga Chaitanya and Karthika in the lead roles, whilst, prominent actor J. D. Chakravarthy plays a pivotal role. Directed by Vasu Varma, and produced by noted producer, Dil Raju. An initial date of 3 September for release, was delayed due to the death of Andhra Pradesh's Chief Minister, Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy. It was eventually released two days later. The film was a critical and commercial Above Average. Naga Chaitanya was praised as an actor. The film's storyline was very similar to Naga Chaitanya's father, Nagarjuna's 1989 Ram Gopal Varma film, Siva where a student tries to eliminate the mafia involved in the students, and the antagonist in that film too is played by Chakravarthy. The film was dubbed into Hindi as Jabardast Josh by Goldmines Telefilms in 2017. Movie recorded as . Box Office Collection is 17cr Share approx,Pre release business is 19.3cr Pvt Ltd.

Africa United (2010)

Africa United is a 2010 British comedy-drama adventure film directed by first-time UK film director Deborah 'Debs' Gardner-Paterson and starring Emmanuel Jal, Eriya Ndayambaje, Roger Nsengiyumva, Sanyu Joanita Kintu, Sherrie Silver and Yves Dusenge. The film revolves around a group of Rwandan children who travel 3000 miles across Africa to get to the South African World Cup.

Die Rechnung - eiskalt serviert (1966)

Die Rechnung – eiskalt serviert English title Tip Not Included is a 1966 German thriller film directed by Helmut Ashley and starring George Nader, Yvonne Monlaur and Heinz Weiss. It was the fourth film in the Jerry Cotton series.

Poker Alice (1987)

Poker Alice is a 1987 television film directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman and starring Elizabeth Taylor, Tom Skerritt and George Hamilton. The film was shot on location in Old Tucson, Arizona.

Married And Counting (2013)

Two men celebrate 25 years together by setting out on a road trip and getting married in every state in which gay marriage is legal.

Uzhavan (1993)

A farmer's mother dies in pain after he calls off his marriage with a village belle, leaving him heartbroken. Soon after, he meets a school teacher and his life changes for the better.

The Good Herbs (2010)

A young woman is forced to deal with her mother's descent into Alzheimer's disease.

Speaking in Tongues (2009)

Four students become fluent in languages other than English, with challenging and delightful results.

What's The Matter With Kansas? (2009)

What's the Matter with Kansas? is a 2009 documentary film by filmmakers Joe Winston and Laura Cohen. It is based on the book What's the Matter with Kansas? How Conservatives Won the Heart of America (2004) by Thomas Frank.

Dragon Girls (2012)

Three Chinese girls train to become kung-fu fighters with 26,000 children.

Invisible Ink (2011)

Three people's lives cross as they search for the truth, and they struggle when reality threatens to destroy their imaginary worlds.

Healing Neen (2010)

Tonier Cain recovers from a lifetime of abuse to become a nationally known speaker and educator on the devastation of trauma.

The Cow Who Wanted To Be a Hamburger (2010)

The Cow Who Wanted to Be a Hamburger is an American independent short film directed by Bill Plympton. It was screened first at the Annecy Film Festival and after a running at numerous other festival was nominated for Best Short Film at the 38th Annie Awards.

Gold Fever (2013)

Grahame Russell travels to San Miguel to work with the Mayan villages to fight against mining companies.

Fancypants (2011)

Fancypants is a 2011 film directed by Joshua Russell and starring Patrick Gleason, Roddy Piper, and Robert Carradine. Featuring Nick Turturro, Richard Kind, and introducing Jackson Dunn. It is a comedy/drama about a professional wrestler who is afraid of conflict in real life. He is nearing the end of his career and finds out he has one fan left in an 8-year old boy, who hides a secret that will change Leo's life forever. The film was shot entirely on location in Chicago. The film won Best Feature at the 2011 Sunscreen Film Festival in St. Petersburg, Florida, and was an official selection at the 2011 Seattle True Independent Film Festival and the 2012 Treasure Coast Film Festival in Fort Pierce, Florida. The movie premiered in Chicago on September 29, 2011. It had a limited theatrical release, then was released nationwide on February 10, 2012 via Comcast On Demand, and March 13, 2012 through Time Warner, Cox, Charter, and all other cable providers. It is distributed in the US by Lightning Entertainment and Entertainment Content Management.

Doomed Caravan (1941)

Doomed Caravan is a 1941 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and starring William Boyd. The film is a serial Western and part of the Hopalong Cassidy series. It is the 32nd entry in a series of 66 films.

Totally Innocents (2012)

Totalmente Inocentes is a 2012 Brazilian comedy film directed and written by Rodrigo Bittencourt. The film is a parody of the "favela movies", a genre whose exponents films are City of God and Elite Squad.The film stars Fábio Porchat, Fabio Assunção, Mariana Rios, Kiko Mascarenhas, Fábio Lago, Leandro Firmino and Álamo Facó, in addition to the special guests Ingrid Guimarães, Felipe Neto, Vivianne Pasmanter and Di Ferrero, lead singer of the band NX Zero.The film received generally negative reviews from critics, and grossed a total of $2,659,775 in Brazil.

Perfect Wedding (2010)

Perfect Wedding is a 2010 Hong Kong film co-produced by Shaw Brothers Studio, Television Broadcasts Limited and Sil-Metropole Organisation. Not ot be confused with the frequently produced play 'Perfect Wedding' by UK playwright Robin Hawdon.

Texas Justice (1942)

The Lone Rider in Texas Justice is a 1942 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Steve Braxton. The film stars George Houston as the "Lone Rider", Al St. John as his sidekick "Fuzzy" Jones and Dennis Moore as Sheriff Smoky Moore, with Hillary Brooke, Karl Hackett, Lee Powell and Forrest Taylor. The film was released on June 12, 1942, by Producers Releasing Corporation.

Alibi (1942)

Alibi is a 1942 British mystery film directed by Brian Desmond Hurst and starring Margaret Lockwood, James Mason and Hugh Sinclair. It was based on the novel L'Alibi by Marcel Achard.

The Naked Kiss (1964)

The setup is pure pulp: A former prostitute (a crackerjack Constance Towers) relocates to a buttoned-down suburb, determined to fit in with mainstream society. But in the strange, hallucinatory territory of writer-director-producer Samuel Fuller, perverse secrets simmer beneath the wholesome surface. Featuring radical visual touches, full-throttle performances, brilliant cinematography by Stanley Cortez, and one bizarrely beautiful musical number, The Naked Kiss is among Fuller’s greatest, boldest entertainments.

Blood For Irina (2012)

Blood for Irina is a 2012 vampire film written and directed by Fangoria editor and film critic Chris Alexander, who also helped to create the film's score. The movie released on November 2, 2012 in Belgium. A sequel, entitled Queen of Blood, released in 2014. A third Irina film called Blood Dynasty is due out from Castle Films this Fall.

John Meade's Woman (1937)

John Meade's Woman is a 1937 American drama film directed by Richard Wallace and written by John Bright, Vincent Lawrence, Herman J. Mankiewicz and Robert Tasker. The film stars Edward Arnold, Francine Larrimore, Gail Patrick, George Bancroft, John Trent and Sidney Blackmer. The film was released on February 26, 1937, by Paramount Pictures.

Coney Island at Night (1905)

From Luna Park to Dreamland.

A Storm in Summer (1970)

Abel Shaddick (Peter Ustinov), a grumpy owner of a Jewish deli in upstate New York, is a man turned cold by his son's death in World War II. He remains closed off until a rich woman (Marlyn Mason) connects the man with Herman Washington (N'Gai Dixon), a young black boy from the inner city. The two are standoffish at first, and their disparate backgrounds don't help matters much. But gradually they connect, learning that they have plenty in common and many reasons to open up.

Transmigration (2011)

Curtis (Andrew Treglia) dreams that a tribe of Amazons captures him and his brother to become slaves to the women.

Endless Summer (2012)

Keith (Gordon Timothy) spends his entire life dreaming about Alicia and spends his last day in town trying to be noticed by her. His plans get foiled by his embarrassing grandmother, bullying sister, demanding father, and Alicia's boyfriend.

Abraxas (2010)

Jonen, a former punk rocker and now a Buddhist priest, thinks he has lost the meaning in his life. The only way he can exorcise his demons and overcome his manic depression is to play music.

Abohomaan (2009)

Abohomaan is a 2010 Bengali-language film by Rituparno Ghosh, which explores the nuances of relationships through a married film director who falls in love with an actress who is the same age as his son. The film stars Deepankar De, Mamata Shankar, Ananya Chatterjee, Jisshu Sengupta, Riya Sen and is produced by Mahesh Ramanathan, Reliance Big Pictures. Rituparno Ghosh, Arghyakamal Mitra,Mahesh Ramanathan and Ananya Chatterjee won National Film Awards in 2010 for Best Director,Best Editor Best Bengali Film and Best Actress respectively. The film was screened in the Marché du Film section of the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.

The Monster of Nix (2011)

A lone boy (Joe Eshuis) must defend his village from an all-devouring monster.

Growing Up (1983)

Growing Up is a 1983 film by Taiwanese filmmaker Chen Kunhou. The screenplay was the first collaboration between Hou Hsiao-hsien and Chu T’ien-wen. The film made the young star, Doze Niu, "a pop icon and tagged him with a rebellious image."

The Girl Hunters (1963)

Its outrageous good fun! Writer Mickey Spillane stars as his hard-boiled private detective Mike Hammer in this action-packed murder mystery. After seven years on a drunken binge over the disappearance of Velda, his former secretary, Hammer is picked up out of the gutter by the police and dropped smack-dab in the middle of a political bombshell where every lead seems to end in murder. After being told his beloved Velda is still alive, but being held by the Dragon, an infamous international assassin and leader of a spy ring, Hammer sets out to find her. With only guts and attitude to get him by, Hammer gets deeper and deeper into a conspiracy that surrounds him on all sides, threatening his and Veldas lives.

The Sword Identity (2012)

The Sword Identity is a 2011 Chinese film directed by Xu Haofeng.

Alien Sex Party (2003)

On Christmas Eve, madness ensues at an adult video store in this irreverent, off-the-walls comedy.

Broken Branches (1996)

A stern South Korean patriarch's youngest son (Lee Dae-Yun) witnesses 40 years of history involving his often fractious family.

The Gatekeeper (2002)

A border patrol officer's (John Carlos Frey) plan to document the activities of illegal immigrants backfires when he and his subjects are forced to work for a drug ring.

The American Way (1987)

The American Way, also known as Riders of the Storm, is a 1986 American science fiction comedy film directed by Maurice Phillips and starring Dennis Hopper and Michael J. Pollard.