The Last White Knight (2012)
Filmmaker Paul Saltzman returns to Mississippi to encounter a man who once assaulted him -- Byron "Delay" De La Beckwith, a KKK member and the son of the man convicted of murdering Medgar Evers -- in this affecting documentary about racism, the South and the possibility of reconciliation.
Resolution is a 2012 American horror thriller film directed by Justin Benson and Aaron Scott Moorhead, written by Benson, and starring Peter Cilella and Vinny Curran. Cilella plays a professional from the city who goes back to his hometown to save his junkie friend, played by Curran.
Di Tresette ce n'è uno, tutti gli altri son nessuno (1974)
the crazy bunch video is a street comedy loaded with tons of raw talent from different areas of the mid-west also includes the 10min interview with Flick D the fake OG.
Boy of the Streets (1937)
A young boy (Jackie Cooper) growing up in the tenement-cloistered surroundings of the Bowery, struggles to find a feeling of self-worth.
10.000 Km (2014)
10,000 km is a Spanish romantic drama film directed by Carlos Marques-Marcet. It film stars Natalia Tena and David Verdaguer as a couple trying to make their relationship work, while one lives in Barcelona and the other in Los Angeles.
The film had its world premiere on March 10, 2014 at the SXSW film festival and received the Special Jury Recognition for Best Acting Duo. The film was released on May 16, 2014 in Spain and on July 10, 2015, in a limited release and through video on demand by Broad Green Pictures in the United States.
Seven Cities Of Gold (1955)
Seven Cities Of Gold is a 1955 historical adventure DeLuxe Color film directed by Robert D. Webb and starring Richard Egan, Anthony Quinn and Michael Rennie, filmed in CinemaScope. It tells the story of the 18th. Century Franciscan priest, Father Junípero Serra and the founding of the first missions in what is now California. The screenplay is based on the 1951 novel The Nine Days of Father Serra by Isabelle Gibson Ziegler. The tag line of the film was “This is the story of the making ...and the forging...of California...when men chose gold or God...the sword or the Cross”.
John & Jane (2005)
Every day, thousands of ambitious young Indians pick up the phone and talk to people in Kentucky, California or Idaho. Bridging continents by telephone, they pitch products and soothe frayed consumer nerves. As they troubleshoot, they dream of America. As they dream, they change. Welcome to the world of offshore call centers.
Topless Shock Syndrome: The Documentary (2014)
She is both agitator and activist, paparazzo and popular icon. Holly Van Voast, or as some know her, Harvey Van Toast, uses her skills as a photographer and journalist to highlight a modern feminist hot-point. This movie is a first person perspective documentary focusing on the subject of toplessness in public. There is a growing population of women who feel that the inequality of male topless acceptance, in contrast to female, is extraordinarily prejudiced and absurd.
The Big Trees (1952)
The Big Trees is a 1952 Western film starring Kirk Douglas and directed by Felix E. Feist. It was Kirk Douglas's final film for Warner Brothers, a film he did for free in exchange for the studio agreeing to release him from his long-term contract.
The Angel and the Soldier Boy (1989)
A 25 minute animated film without words based on the prize-winning picture book by Peter Collington. Music by Clannad Animation by Alison de Vere For her birthday a little girl is given a pink piggy bank, a shiny new coin, a picture book about pirates and two tiny dolls - an Angel and a Soldier Boy. While she sleeps, the pirates jump out of the picture book and steal the shiny coin out of her piggy bank. The noise wakes the Soldier Boy who chases after them, but he is overpowered and taken prisoner. The Angel sets off bravely to rescue her love and we follow their adventures, out to sea and back again, as they retrieve the coin and bring it safely home to the little girl
Solos: The Jazz Sessions - Matthew Shipp (2011)
Solos: The Jazz Sessions spotlights unaccompanied performances by some of the legends and bright young stars of the jazz world. Designed and recorded specifically for television, SOLOS offers viewers front row seats for an intimate and unique jazz experience. Shot in stunning HDTV with multiple moving cameras and a medley of elegant cinematic lighting, SOLOS showcases an exciting and dynamic variety of jazz styles - from the blues and boogie-woogie to bebop and the experimental. Recorded on location at the spectacular Berkeley Church in Toronto, Canada, each program features complete musical pieces, insightful interviews, and behind-the-scenes footage. With his unique and recognizable style, pianist Matthew Shipp worked and recorded vigorously during the 1990s, creating music in which free jazz and modern classical intertwine. He first became known in the early '90s as the pianist in the David S. Ware Quartet, and soon began leading his own dates - most often including Ware bandmate, leading bassist William Parker - and recording a number of duets with a variety of musicians, from the legendary Roscoe Mitchell to violinist Mat Maneri, who began appearing on recordings in the 1990s. Through his range of live and recorded performances, and unswerving individual development, Shipp came to be regarded as a prolific and respected voice in creative music by the decade's close.
Comic Evangelists (2006)
A Christian Improv group enters the Toronto International Improv Festival, and the group immediately leaps on an opportunity to spread the word of the Lord to a larger audience.
Triangle: Remembering the Fire (2011)
On March 25, 1911, a catastrophic fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York City killed 146 workers, most of them young women and teenage girls. Trapped within the locked upper floors of a ten-story skyscraper, workers were either killed by flames and smoke, or jumped to their deaths to escape an inferno that consumed the factory in just 18 minutes. This documentary recounts the worst industrial accident in NYC history and the widespread reforms and modern labor movement that arrived in its tragic wake.
Pennsylvania Train Stations: Restored And Revitalized (2007)
In the early 1900s, travelers could go anywhere by train. America's train stations provided a doorway to the world, becoming the heart of each community. They were part of everyday life serving as a backdrop for many mileposts in our country's history. Fr
The Seminarian (2010)
A gay student at a seminary struggles with a relationship and questions what he knows about God.
Evidence of a Haunting (2010)
Ghost hunters shooting a reality show fight for their lives in tunnels beneath an old Texas college.
Between Resistance and Community: The Long Island Do It Yourself Punk Scene (2002)
This original documentary focuses on a group of kids who have built a community around a love of music and a passion for creating an alternative to dominant consumerist society. By putting on shows in basements, booking and traveling on national tours, and releasing their own records, these kids attempt to distance themselves from the corporate influence that they consider not only unnecessary, but unwelcome. This fascinating look into the workings of a DIY punk community also examines the scene's shortcomings, such as undercurrents of sexism as well as the problem of self sufficiency, which pressures some to seek out the same corporate avenues to which the scene strives to be an alternative. Features live footage and interviews with Latterman, On the Might of Princes, The Insurgent, Seven Days of Samsara, plus show-goers, scenesters, zinesters, and activists. Includes deleted scenes, extra live footage, and follow up segments on Latterman, scene members, and women in punk.
Helena From The Wedding (2010)
Helena from the Wedding is a 2010 American drama film. The film is directed by Joseph Infantolino, best known for executive producing Run Fatboy Run and stars Lee Tergesen, Melanie Lynskey and Gillian Jacobs as Helena. The film was released theatrically in the United States on 12 November 2010.
Molotov Alva and His Search for the Creator: A Second Life Odyssey (2008)
Molotov Alva and His Search for the Creator: A Second Life Odyssey, originally titled My Second Life: The Video Diaries of Molotov Alva, is a 2007 American documentary film created by Douglas Gayeton. Molotov Alva tells the story of a man's passage from his real (analog) life in Petaluma, California into a new (digital) existence inside Linden Lab's virtual world Second Life. The production was filmed entirely in Second Life using machinima, the use of real-time 3-D graphics engines to create animated films.
The Saturday Night Ride (2010)
When an ex-pro snowboarder is released from prison for a crime he didn't commit, he returns to a world where snowboarding has become something far beyond his wildest dreams. A crazy fusion between pro wrestling and snowboarding has taken over.
Chihuly at the V&A (2002)
In a devastating car accident in 1976, a young artist loses the use of one eye. In the years that follow, Dale Chihuly's talent for leading a team flourishes as he orchestrates glassblowing of a complexity previously unthinkable. His 2001 retrospective exhibition at the venerable Victoria and Albert Museum marks his triumphant return to London after years of study and development.
Set in 2001 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, this film follows Dale Chihuly as he fulfills his lifelong dream of exhibiting at the V&A and sets up this stunning show. The exhibition begins inside the rotunda with an extraordinary Chandelier commissioned by the V&A. Moving into the Medieval Treasury, an exuberant Persian Pergola is displayed alongside a fascinating and educational survey of Chihuly's glass series and drawings. Finally, venturing outside into the Pirelli Garden, large, site-specific installations fill the grounds with vivacious colors.
Manson Kilmore: The Night Caller of Coal Miners Holler Part1 (2009)
n 1975 in a small Southwest Virginia coal mining town a series of sadistic murders took place ending on Christmas Eve with the killing of Manson Kilmore, that may or may not have been the real killer. He later became a mere urban legend. Lilith introduces her gay friend Bill Richardson to John Catobey and then proceeds to tell Bill's pregnant wife, Dawn, where to catch her husband cheating on her by having sex with another man. The next day, Dawn tells Kate, Bill Richardson's girlfriend, what she found out. Later that day - Dawn was murdered. A few days later Manson Kilmore catches Catobey with his wife and threatens him with a gun but lets him go. Kate plans to tell everyone that John and Bill are homosexuals. Richardson kidnaps Kate and her baby son. He abuses her for a week and starves the baby. After cutting her head off, he rapes her. One by one all of the rest are murdered and Manson is blamed for the murders. Then he is beaten to death.
Race for Glory (2013)
Filmmaker Adam Friedman discusses family and faith with some of stock car racing's biggest stars.
Hex is a 1973 American horror film filmed on Cheyenne River Indian Reservation starring Keith Carradine, Dan Haggerty, Gary Busey, Hillarie Thompson and Christina Raines (billed as Tina Herazo). The film was initially publicized under the title Grass Land. According to Phil Hardy's The Encyclopedia of Horror Movies, Hex "crosses elements of the bike film with those of the post-western and the supernatural tale... The film scarcely succeeds in welding its disparate elements together, but still makes a distinctive, atmospheric impression."
Prayer to a Vengeful God (2010)
Prayer to a Vengeful God is a 2010 dramatic crime film, written, directed by, and starring Dan Eberle. Broken into several chapters, the film follows the attempts of a man awakening from a coma to seek revenge on his wife's murderers. The film features absolutely no dialogue except one exchange of the word "hi".
With James's lover soon returning home from his military service, James has ended his brief fling with Steve and is preparing to greet his lover. There's just one problem: Steve, who shows up on James doorstep hoping to rekindle their relationship.
Carolina Blues (1944)
Ann Miller (Kiss Me Kate, You Can’t Take It with You) plays the ingénue who steps into the role of vocalist when Kay Kyser’s band comes to town. Kyser, who’s ready for a holiday, is roped into putting on a show for defense plant workers by his publicist (Jeff Donnell, In a Lonely Place). But Georgia Carroll, Kyser’s vocalist, is already set to leave the band to get married. The conflicts are the typical plot points of the “show-must-go-on” Hollywood musical, but the performances are the central feature of the film. Ann Miller’s dancing, the on-stage antics of Kyser’s orchestra (including stalwarts Harry Babbitt, Sully Mason, and Ish Kabibble), Harold Nicholas, and a variety of other specialty numbers fill out the bill, not to forget Victor Moore (Swing Time, Make Way for Tomorrow), who has several turns as various members of the Carver clan. Newly remastered.
Mod Fuck Explosion (1994)
Mod Fuck Explosion is a 1994 film by Jon Moritsugu about a young girl named London who is trying to find meaning in the world, or a leather jacket of her very own. Unaccepted by the Mods or the bikers, she tries to find her own path through life. Meanwhile, the Mods and the bikers have a vendetta against each other that is sure to erupt in a smorgasbord of violence. The film was written by Moritsugu and stars his wife Amy Davis as the angst ridden London.
Hijacking the Holy Land (2009)
HIJACKING THE HOLY LAND shows how the Palestinians have been trying to sell "land for peace" for decades - and why this tactic will never work. Director Joe Amaral takes us inside the world of Palestinian media and displays incredible video clips of Palestinian politicians and clerics.
If I Close My Eyes I'm Not Here (2014)
Kiko is a teenager whose dead father was Italian and his mother Marilou is from the Philippines. They live with Ennio, mother's new boyfriend, a foreman who recruits and exploits illegal migrant workers. Kiko goes to school but at the same time he is forced to work in Ennio's building yards. He feels he lives in a wrong planet. There's only one place where Kiko can dream: an old abandoned bus in a dump yard that he's turned into his private refuge. One day it seems his fate could change: an elderly friend of his father's, Ettore, comes looking for Kiko and offers to become a strange kind of tutor for him. Ettore reveals his true identity, and Kiko will soon have to confront a terrible discovery and make a difficult choice.
All Hell Broke Loose (2009)
A former sharpshooter from the Civil War falls in with a band of frontier outlaws.
El Boxeo (2013)
EL BOXEO depicts the emergence and dominance of Latinos in what was once considered all-white sport of boxing. The film illustrates the evolution of the sport as Latino fighters exploded onto the scene.
The 2011 General Tire Mint 400 (2011)
The General Tire Mint 400 is the roughest, most spectacular off-road race in North America! Started in 1976, The Mint is steeped in American lore as thousands of racers as well as celebrities from around the world have attempted to tame the brutal Nevada desert. The 2011 Mint 400 was an epic battle between some of the top off-road racers in the world in twenty-five different classes of vehicles. Shot entirely in HD by the largest, most experienced film production crew in off-road, The Mint features stunning cinematography, captured in some of the most remote spots on the racecourse. Witness the bumper-to-bumper battling from helicopter, feel the power of these incredible vehicles from the passenger seat, watch as racers fall away, embroiled in the agony of defeat, and share in the glory of victory! ...This is The 2011 General Tire Mint 400.
Led Zeppelin: Dazed & Confused (2009)
A rare look at Led Zeppelin, from their humble beginnings to their status as rock gods. Take a journey where incredible heights and extreme lows helped forge one of the greatest rock bands ever.
The Abominable Crime (2013)
Two gay Jamaicans flee from their homes in the face of violent homophobia.
Until They Are Home (2012)
Filmmaker Steven C. Barber embeds with a team from JPAC to search for the remains of U.S. soldiers killed during the battle for Tarawa.
I Can't Marry You (2004)
The "I Can't Marry You" documentary; narrated by Betty DeGeneres and featuring Zach Wahls; author of "My Two Moms;" explores same-sex marriage issues through the personal experiences of twenty gay and lesbian couples who have been in long-term relationships of 10-55+ years.
While coping with his alcoholic father, a New York City teen (PeterByrne) tries to rescue a girl (Melissa Duge) from her pimp (Michael Griffiths).
The Dahl Dynasty (2013)
<i>The Dahl Dynasty</i> tells the story of Hamilton Dahl IV (Jon Christie), the young, brooding heir to the Dahl family's corporate empire, and his quest for justice after the murder of his father and namesake by his uncle, Claude (Tim Newkirk). Written by Executive Producer Kristen Reed, this tragic tale based on William Shakespeare's <i>Hamlet</i> was brought to life by Director Bryan Quinn and Director of Photography Eric M. Chisholm.
This film features music by Sparks the Rescue, Holly Heist, and Lisa D'Amato of <i>America's Next Top Model</i> fame.
Robber of the Cruel Streets (2006)
George M'ller (1805-1898) was a German playboy who found Christ and gave his life to serve Christ unreservedly. His mission was to rescue orphans from the wretched street life that enslaved so many children in England during the time of Charles Dickens and Oliver Twist. M'ller did rescue, care for, feed, and educate such children by the thousands. The costs were enormous for such a great work. Yet, amazingly, he never asked anyone for money. Instead he prayed, and his children never missed a meal. /n/nThis docu-drama presents his life story and shows how God answered prayer and met their needs. It is a story that raises foundational questions regarding faith and finances. Also included are two special documentaries on M'ller and some of the lives affected by his work.
Lifequest Mars (2003)
Second only to Venus in proximity to the Earth, Mars has always been a planet of interest to humans. Many scholars and visionaries through the ages have speculated on whether life exists on Mars, and if so, at what complexity level. This documentary reveals the plans in the works, by NASA and most other space agencies of the world, to answer these questions. It started with probes and remote controlled rovers sent to Mars, searching for signs of water. All in preparation for a manned mission. Details of proposals for such a mission are revealed, along with expected challenges and possible results.
Across the Sierras (1941)
Bill Elliott plays Wild Bill Hickok, who rescues a friend from hanging and tries to encourage his wayward friend - who turns out to be not so innocent after all - to settle down and take up ranching. Bill has decided the quiet life is for him, after falling for a pretty young Anne (Luana Walters), who wants him to hang up his guns. Of course, Hickok’s too good a gunslinger to go unchallenged for long, and soon he faces a decision about which moral code he will live by — his own or his girl’s pacifist ideal. Playing Bill’s goofy xylophone-playing sidekick, Cannonball, is Dub Taylor, just years after his film debut in Frank Capra’s You Can’t Take it With You. Newly remastered.
Terror of the Blood Demon (2013)
(1967 aka TORTURE CHAMBER OF DR. SADISM) - Christopher Lee, Karin Dor, Lex Barker. Beheadings, virgins, straps, and corpses. What else do you need to know about this movie? An outrageous film that's a must-see for Chris Lee fans. A great supporting cast. Color, 16mm.
LeapFrog Letter Factory Adventures: Counting on Lemonade (2014)
Turn lemons into learning fun on a math-filled adventure! Tad, Lily, Leap and friends stir up lots of learning fun when they decide to sell lemonade and use their earnings to buy new books for the library. With the help of Cousin Toad, Matilda, Quigley, and Burfder, the twins apply their new skills in counting, addition, and subtraction to their new venture of making the most delicious lemonade ever!
Werewolf Rising (2014)
Werewolf Rising is a 2014 horror film that was written and directed by BC Furtney. The film was released to DVD in the United Kingdom on 22 September 2014 and was later released in the United States on 14 October. The movie stars Bill Oberst Jr. and Melissa Carnell, who portrays a young woman that finds herself the unwitting prey of a werewolf.
You Don't Need Feet to Dance (2013)
Though left mostly paralyzed from a childhood bout with polio, West African emigrant Sidiki Conde teaches music and dance and navigates through the difficulties of life in New York City.
Colin & Brad: Two Man Group (2011)
Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, stars of the Emmy-winning Whose Line Is It Anyway?, have finally recorded their hilarious live stage show!! These masters of improv comedy have performed their outrageous, one-of-a-kind show to sold out audiences all over the country. Colin and Brad's TWO MAN GROUP is a riotously funny, interactive, and completely improvised tour de force. Using nothing but their lightning fast wits and some audience volunteers, Colin and Brad create pandemonium on the spot in one of the funniest live shows you will ever see.
Emerson Lake & Palmer: 40th Anniversary Reunion Concert (2011)
This is Emerson Lake and
Palmer captured at the very
beginning of a legendary career.
Filmed at the time when the band
had only just recorded their ground
breaking first album ELP had to use
all of their huge individual creative
talents to create a full show.
Thatâ€s what makes this film so
special. Extensive improvisation
virtuoso playing by Keith Emerson,
inventive percussion from Carl
Palmer and a bravura performance
at the mike by the young Greg
Lake make this an essential addition
to the collection of any fan of the
progressive rock era.
â€¢ Rondo / Bach Improvisations
â€¢ Drum Solo
â€¢ Nut Rocker
â€¢ Take A Pebble
â€¢ Knife Edge
Return To Blood Fart Lake (2012)
A killer returns from the grave to continue his unholy work.
The Little Mermaid (2011)
Neumeier's contemporary version of Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid is a haunting tale of two divergent worlds: the serenity and simplicity of underwater life and the complex, often absurd, flamboyant lives of humans. John Neumeier interweaves the story with elements of Andersen's bography, making the writer a figure in his ballet. The Mermaid's feelings and her tragic destiny become a reflection of Andersen's own longing. The Mermaid travels through both worlds, enduring tomrent because of her committed love for a prince - but through her own strength in the end - transcends.
A mysterious murderer has ties to a rock 'n' roll band.
The House I Live In (2012)
The House I Live In, directed by Eugene Jarecki, is a 2012 documentary film about the War on Drugs in the United States.
The Body Vanished (1939)
An Inspector from the yard (Hulme) goes on holiday with reporter pal. When they stop in a small village, they discover that the owner of a local mansion has been murdered.
Mama Heidi (2004)
In 1994, Heidi and Rolland Baker arrive in Mozambique amidst the hard times following the Mozambique Civil War. Even the Red Cross trucks were not safe and were bombed. Before coming to Mozambique, Heidi and Rolland worked as missionaries in Indonesia and China. After hearing about the conditions in Mozambique, they decided to go there and work with the poorest of the poor. They make a difference by adopting a dilapidated orphanage. The children had all kinds of diseases and sometimes even ate rats to survive. Heidi and Rolland began caring for the children, educating and feeding them.
During the hard times, sometimes even threatened by death, Heidi and Rolland experienced amazing miracles of healing for the blind, crippled and those afflicted with AIDS.
Currently, Heidi and Rolland provide three residential orphanages and schools, caring for 700 children. Hundreds more are cared for by many of their thousands of pastors. The Bakers serve the most forgotten, including street children, prostitutes, the imprisoned and those surviving off a huge city dump.
This documentary shows how Heidi and Rolland are a powerful inspiration for many in Mozambique, Africa and around the world.
Hitman's Run (1999)
Hitman's Run is a 1999 film directed by Mark L. Lester.
Cinematic Titanic: The Oozing Skull (2007)
In the far-off land of Khalid, President Amir lies on his deathbed. If this revered head-of-state dies, the brutal dictatorship that he has so lovingly cultivated will fall into a dark age of uncertainty and chaos. So, in this moment of crisis, his loyal staff are left with no alternative but to choose the only logical and sensible course of action - to transfer Amir's brain into a younger, healthier, and most importantly, living body. Enter Doctor Robert Trenton, a mad scientist of the "they all laughed at me and now I'll show them" school. He, along with his assistant, Dorro, a little man with a big appetite for evil, and Tracy, a conniving beauty with a heart that's harder than her leathery, over-tanned skin, concoct a deliriously diabolical plan involving murder, body-napping, skullduggery, and oozy, gooey brains. Afraid to watch this movie alone, aren't you? Well, now you don't have to, and neither will future generations, because The Oozing Skull has the almost historic distinction of being the first movie chosen for Cinematic Titanic's Time Tube. Tom Shales, TV critic for the Washington Post, called the episode "consistently and unfailingly funny."
Jungle Heat (1957)
Japanese fifth columnists create havoc in the industries and plantations of Pre-Pearl Harbor Hawaii, until an American doctor helps defeat them.
The Other Love (1947)
The Other Love is a 1947 American romance drama film starring directed by Andre DeToth, starring Barbara Stanwyck, David Niven, and Richard Conte. Written by Ladislas Fodor and Harry Brown based on the story "Beyond" by Erich Maria Remarque, the film is about a concert pianist who is sent to a sanatorium in Switzerland to treat a serious lung illness.
In his review for The New York Times, Bosley Crowther called the film "a typical artificial romance on the heart-rending theme of Camille".
Inside The Smiths (2007)
ANDY ROURKE and MIKE JOYCE were the legendary rhythm section behind THE SMITHS. For the first time on film they tell the story of what it was like being in one of the World's most celebrated and groundbreaking bands. What it was like working with MORRISSEY and JOHNNY MARR. Their unique song writing process and the relationships they formed in the five years they were together. Andy Rourke talks openly and honestly about the perilous drug addiction which threatened not only his position in one of the World's greatest bands but also his life. With contributions from Peter Hook (Joy Division / New Order) Buzzcocks, Mark E Smith (The Fall) Kaiser Chiefs, Matt
An Evening with Kevin Smith (2002)
An Evening with Kevin Smith is a DVD featuring Question and Answer sessions that the comedian and filmmaker Kevin Smith held with his fans at various American colleges in 2001/2002. The colleges were: Clark University, Cornell University, Indiana University, Kent State University and University of Wyoming. During the sessions, Kevin Smith answers questions regarding his movies, as well as his life. He discusses how he got started in the movie industry, how different films came about, his friendship with Jason Mewes, and his relationship with the media, fans, and various other celebrities.
Steve Byrne: Champion (2014)
This is a movie about a man who is a part of Sullivan & Son. He is a comedian who likes to use a lot of action and loud voices in his acts. It's a comedy show for adults to view as some of the material is suggestive.
Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker (2014)
Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker is a 2014 American–Portuguese animated short film directed by Tom DeLonge, Edgar Martins, and Sergio Martins. The film focuses on the title character Poet, who discovers his guardian angel and destiny inside the Dream World, an alternate universe created by humankind's shared unconscious thoughts. The film features music from DeLonge's rock group Angels & Airwaves.
Border Break (2014)
College students on a road trip in Mexico are forced on a detour, which leads to a kidnapping and murder.
The Wiggles: Sing a Song of Wiggles (2008)
Sing A Song of Wiggles is the new collection of nursery rhymes and songs from The Wiggles like Old MacDonald Had A Farm, Humpty Dumpty, and Jack Be Nimble!
The Mask of Dimitrios (1944)
Sydney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre make a marvelous team in this exhilarating and atmospheric film noir that Daily Variety hailed as “one of the most brilliant crime dramas yet filmed.”
When the body of Dimitrios Makropoulos (Zachary Scott) washes ashore in Istanbul, there is cause for celebration all across Europe. The devious sociopath has left as his legacy an array of crimes including blackmail, thievery, murder and high treason.
Interested in chronicling the dead man's unscrupulous exploits, mystery writer Cornelius Leyden (Lorre) takes up his trail, aided by a mysterious man named Peters (Greenstreet). But as Leyden zeroes in on the truth about Dimitrios, he finds that his new associate has an ulterior motive in helping him – with Leyden as the unwitting accomplice!
As suspenseful and riveting as the Eric Ambler novel on which it is based, The Mask of Dimitrios is “an exceptional picture” (Los Angeles Times) that delivers nonstop, pulse-quickening excitement!
Waterfront Nightmare (2014)
A psychological thriller with twists and turns and bathing suits and murder! Seven college friends decide to spend their spring break in a remote waterfront cabin to party for the week. When they arrive they discover something is not right. They discover that their lives are in jeopardy. The partying stops when they each start disappearing one by one.
Frontier Gambler (1956)
Frontier Gambler is a 1956 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Orville H. Hampton. The film stars John Bromfield, Coleen Gray, Kent Taylor, Jim Davis, Margia Dean and Veda Ann Borg. The film was released on July 1, 1956, by Associated Film Releasing Corporation.
Test Tube Babies (1948)
Test Tube Babies is a 1948 exploitation film known by several titles. Directed by W. Merle Connell and produced by George Weiss, it is a narrative about artificial insemination with scenes of nudity and sexual promiscuity included. One scene shows the male lead character's sperm viewed through a microscope.
The film is also known as Blessed Are They (American reissue title), Sins of Love (American reissue title) and The Pill (America reissue title, recut version).
Bank Alarm (1937)
Bank Alarm is a 1937 American crime drama film directed by Louis J. Gasnier.
The Midnight Disease (2011)
Novelist Jack Jones is about to give up on his career due to writer's block when a jar of blood appears on his doorstep. The events that follow get his creative juices flowing and leave a trail of blood in his wake.
Bill Maher: The Decider (2007)
Bill Maher: The Decider is Bill Maher's eighth HBO stand-up comedy special. It was filmed on 21 July 2007 at the Berklee Performance Center in Boston, Massachusetts.
Only When I Dance (2009)
Only When I Dance is a 2009 documentary film directed by Beadie Finzi.
Death Becomes Them: The Musical! (2006)
Death Becomes Them paints a musical portrait of JD and Cathee, the married owners of the "Museum of Death". Not your typical documentary, Dan lund ("Dream on Silly Dreamer") introduces you to this wildly entertaining couple using things not usually found in a theatrical documentary including a singing undertaker, tap dancing corpse, singing rats and colorful animation. This film not only takes you into the museum but into the lives of the owners themselves. In the end, it's their love of each other and the arts that keep them alive in a world where most peole live like they are already dead.
Somebody Loves Me (1952)
Somebody Loves Me is a 1952 film starring Betty Hutton. "Spanning the colorful era that was born with the San Francisco earthquake and ended with the stock market crash," the story focused on the careers of entertainers Blossom Seeley and Benny Fields.
Rubbadubbers: Here Come the Rubbadubbers (2004)
TRAIN DRIVER TUBB: Whoo! Whoo! Tubb loves driving the model train! If only he could do everything by himself on a real train! Tubb stays on track until robbers try to steal his gold - and he discovers he can't do everything alone. SPLOSHY'S TAIL: Sploshy dreams of performing tricks like Winona the whale. If only she had a tail, Sploshy would be a circus star. But the imaginary Great Sploshola leanrs that sponges are stas too - with their own special talents. TERENCE'S DOUBLE TROUBLE: Terence wishes for a friend who likes the same things he does! But when his imaginary friend, Lawrence, does everything better, the soapy crocidile is troubled. Will his friends like the talented Lawrence better than Terence? SCARY FNIBAR: Argh! Finbar isn't a very scary shark. If only he were a Mighty Scary Shark, he would swim in the ocean and scare his friends! But as Finbar soon discovers, it's more fun to play with your friends than scare them. REG THE MONSTER: His friends make so much noise that Reg can't concentrate and wishes for peace and quiet. Things change when he becomes the Leave Me Alone Monster. So why don't his friends want to play anymore?
Here Comes the Groom (1951)
Here Comes the Groom is a 1951 musical romantic comedy film produced and directed by Frank Capra and starring Bing Crosby and Jane Wyman. Based on a story by Robert Riskin and Liam O'Brien, the film is about a foreign correspondent who has five days to win back his former fiancée, or he'll lose the orphans he adopted. Filmed from December 14, 1950 to February 1951, the film was released in the United States by Paramount Pictures on September 20, 1951.
Us Now (2009)
Us Now is a 2009 documentary film project "about the power of mass collaboration, the government and the Internet" The New York Times describes it as a film which "paints a future in which every citizen is connected to the state as easily as to Facebook, choosing policies, questioning politicians, collaborating with neighbours." The documentary weaves together the perceptions of leading thinkers on the power of the web, with the overriding suggestion that people gain a sense of satisfaction from active participation rather than symbolic representation in decision-making processes. (Rebecca Frankel, editor of Channel 4's FourDocs) The project claims the founding principles of mass collaborative projects, including transparency, self-selection and open-participation are nearing mainstream social and political lives. Us Now describes this transition and confronts politicians George Osborne and Ed Miliband with the possibilities for collaborative government as described by Don Tapscott and Clay Shirky amongst others.
More Than Blue (2009)
More Than Blue is a 2009 South Korean film. The directorial debut of poet Won Tae-yeon, it stars Kwon Sang-woo, Lee Bo-young and Lee Beom-soo in the lead roles. The film's Korean title translates as "A Story Sadder Than Sadness". In 2018, a Taiwanese remake of the same name was released.
Children of the Grave 2 (2012)
Paranormal researchers find evidence of ghosts.
The Look (2011)
THE LOOK features Charlotte Rampling in a series of reflective conversations with artists, friends, and one-time collaborators such as novelist Paul Auster and photographers Peter Lindbergh and Juergen Teller, revealing the personality and philosophies of one of our most iconic screen stars.
Bob's New Suit (2011)
Bob proposes to his long-time love and tries to take care of his family. A series of events changes his life forever after his cousin proposes a get-rich-quick scheme.
Rest Days (2014)
A bodybuilder from Boston moves to Los Angeles to train with his idol, but his dreams are quickly derailed by a porn director and a deranged drug runner.
Australia: Land Beyond Time (2002)
Filmmaker David Flatman chronicles the diverse animals and plants that adapt to the rugged environment.
Humble Beauty: Skid Row Artists (2008)
The evolving lives and art work of several talented homeless and indigent fine arts painters who create art, despite the obstacles, on LA's Skid Row. In return, art transforms lives.
Last Flight Home (2008)
They bravely served their country during some of the most brutal battles of World War II so we could have the freedom we enjoy today. But, in an instant, they were lost to their families forever. For more than 60 years, the whereabouts of these fallen her
Be Mine (2009)
A gay man's friends embark on a romantic crusade to get him to experience his first kiss.
Be Yourself! (1930)
In the nightclub where entertainer Fannie Field sings, two rivals for her favours, Jerry Moore and Mac McCloskey, come to blows before either realises the other is a boxer. Jerry loses the fight but wins Fannie, who becomes his trainer. Aside from a slight tendency to lie down in the ring, Jerry is successful. But success brings the inevitable blonde. Does this mean heartbreak for Fannie?
Journey To The Seventh Planet (1962)
Journey to the Seventh Planet is a 1962 science fiction film. It was directed by Sid Pink, written by Pink and Ib Melchior, and shot in Denmark with a budget of only US$75,000. The seventh planet of the title is Uranus, and a crew is being dispatched there by the United Nations on a mission of space exploration. The film's ideas of astronauts exploring outer space only to confront their inner mindscapes and memories precede the similar-themed 1972 film Solaris by a full decade (although the novel Solaris precedes this film by a year). The film is also reminiscent of Ray Bradbury's 1948 short story "Mars Is Heaven!" that appeared in the 1950 book The Martian Chronicles.
Clara Bow: Discovering the It Girl (1999)
This biographical documentary traces the life of actress Clara Bow, who rose from humble beginnings living in a tenement in Brooklyn, New York to being recognized as Hollywood's first sex symbol. Bow paved the way for other women, including Marilyn Monroe and Jayne Mansfield, allowing a candid sexuality to infuse both her personality as well as her performances. This documentary includes scenes from more than two dozen of Bow's most popular films, along with one-on-one interviews with colleagues and family members who knew her best.
It's Not Over (2014)
Three people living with HIV/AIDS share their experiences of living with the disease.
Little Boy Lost (1953)
Little Boy Lost is a 1953 American drama film directed by George Seaton and starring Bing Crosby, Claude Dauphin, and Christian Fourcade. Based on the novel Little Boy Lost by Marghanita Laski, the film is about a war correspondent stationed in Paris during World War II and once married to a French girl who was murdered by the Nazis. Following the war, he returns to France trying to find his son, whom he lost during a bombing raid but has been told is living in an orphanage in Paris.
Costumes were designed by Edith Head. Makeup was supervised by Wally Westmore.
Aaron's House (2012)
Aaron's House is a psychological thriller. The movie talks about a paranormal researcher who is determined to debunk the myth of Aaron's House. This leads him through a series of discoveries that may change his way of thinking and cause him to believe in unseen things.
Thomas & Friends: Railway Friends (2009)
It's full steam ahead for adventure and fun in this Thomas & Friends collection featuring CGI animation! Join Thomas, Percy, Gordon and the entire gang as they race down the tracks of Sodor to fix bridges, plan parties and learn the rewards of friendship. So grab on to your whistles and bring your best friends along for unforgettable journeys with Thomas!
Away (A)wake (2005)
A moving tale about dealing with life, love and loss. Four people in Memphis learn what it means to be awake, really awake, and aware of themselves. An honest story of self-discovery.
A gay teen tired of feeling alone, a grandmother who's husband has left her, a college boy who's searching for something undefinable, and a homeless man who's determined to end it all. All four are very different, and yet all similar in their search for themselves.
The End (2008)
Kirby Dick intimately examines the final stages of life and the stories of five hospice patients as they prepare for the end.
Bad Building (2015)
Enter if you dare. With a history of murders, madness, and destruction, not even squatters dare enter the notorious Desmond building. Now Johnny Craig, host of reality TV show “America’s Most Haunted,” is going inside for a prime-time special.
The Lost Moment (1947)
The Lost Moment is a 1947 film noir psychological thriller film with elements of horror directed by Martin Gabel and starring Robert Cummings, Susan Hayward and Agnes Moorehead.
Fear Lives Here (2013)
Stranded hikers become caught up in the deadly game of a strange child who has actually been dead for decades.
Ryan's Well (2011)
This is the inspirational tale of a small boy's mission to help those less fortunate than himself. Ryan was just six years old when he learnt that not everybody in the world has access to clean water. Desperate to help, he worked day and night to save enough money for a well to be dug in drought-stricken Uganda. His ambition soon grew and his altruistic nature dragged schoolmates and ultimately most of Canada with him. An uplifting and wonderfully touching story that reminds us all that we can change the world if we really believe.
Back Page (1934)
The big story that reporters dig up is buried on the back page.