Being Different (1981)

They’re more like us than you think! A tribute to the spirit and humanity of people who are physically different from the average: very tall and very large men and women, a bearded woman and her long-time husband, Siamese twins joined at the midsection, and several little people including actor Billy Barty (Foul Play, Willow, Legend, Under the Rainbow).

The Bold Frontiersman (1948)

The Bold Frontiersman is a 1948 American Western film directed by Philip Ford and written by Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Roy Barcroft, John Alvin, Francis McDonald and Fred Graham. The film was released on April 15, 1948, by Republic Pictures.

The Ripper (1985)

A ring rumored to have been the Whitechapel murderer's turns a college professor into a modern-day Jack the Ripper.

Divorce In The Family (1932)

Divorce in the Family is a 1932 American pre-Code drama film directed by Charles Reisner and written by Delmer Daves. The film stars Jackie Cooper, Conrad Nagel, Lewis Stone, Lois Wilson and Jean Parker. The film was released on August 27, 1932, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Campus Confessions (1938)

Campus Confessions is a 1938 American film directed by George Archainbaud, featuring Betty Grable in her first starring role, and American basketball player Hank Luisetti in his only film appearance.

TekWar: TekLords (1994)

TekWar: TekLords is a 1994 TV movie, based on a series of books by William Shatner. It is the second TV movie made from the series of books. It aired on 20 February 1994 and is preceded by TekWar. It precedes TekWar: TekLab and TekWar: TekJustice.

A Fine Day (2001)

An aspiring actress spends the evening with a male friend.

Eros una vez María (2007)

An aspiring filmmaker (Julio Bracho) juggles various lovers named Mara.

Mr. Boggs Steps Out (1938)

Mr. Boggs Steps Out is a 1938 American romantic comedy film directed by Gordon Wiles.

Penrod and His Twin Brother (1938)

Penrod and His Twin Brother is a 1938 American comedy film directed by William C. McGann and written by William Jacobs and Hugh Cummings. The film stars Billy Mauch, Bobby Mauch, Frank Craven, Spring Byington, Charles Halton and Claudia Coleman. The film was released by Warner Bros. on February 26, 1938.

And One Was Beautiful (1940)

And One Was Beautiful is a 1940 romantic drama film starring Robert Cummings, Laraine Day, and Jean Muir. It is based on the story of the same name by Alice Duer Miller. Two sisters are attracted to a rich playboy. One runs over and kills a man, and lets the playboy take the blame.

Burn 'Em Up O'Connor (1939)

Burn 'Em Up O'Connor is a 1939 race car film directed by Edward Sedgwick and starring Dennis O'Keefe, Cecilia Parker, Nat Pendleton and Harry Carey. The screenplay was written by Milton Merlin and Byron Morgan from the novel Salute to the Gods by racing driver and journalist Malcolm Campbell. The cinematographer was Lester White and the picture was produced by an uncredited Harry Rapf. The supporting cast features Charley Grapewin, Alan Curtis and Tom Neal, with a brief appearance by Clayton Moore.

Nearly Eighteen (1943)

A young woman, about to turn 18, wants to attend a renowned singing and dancing school but can't afford the tuition. She discovers that the school gives free tuition to students 15 and younger, so she poses as a young teenager to take advantage of it.

Menachem & Fred (2009)

Two German Jewish brothers who went in different directions at the end of WWII find each other.

Thundering Gun Slingers (1944)

A young man tackles the outlaw gang responsible for pinning phony rustling charges on his uncle and other local ranchers.

Isle Of Destiny (1940)

Isle of Destiny is a 1940 American South Seas comedy adventure film directed by Elmer Clifton. The film was the only feature film filmed in the Cosmocolor process (the 1938 A Western Welcome being a short subject) with prints struck by Cinecolor. The film was shot on Santa Catalina Island, California and produced by Franklyn Warner originally for Grand National Pictures in 1939. However, by the time of the film's production, Grand National had gone bankrupt, and so RKO bought the distribution rights to the film.

Bà nôi (2013)

Khoa films his trip to Vietnam to visit his remote family.

Slap af Frede! (1966)

Relax Freddie (Danish: Slap af, Frede!) is a 1966 Danish comedy film directed by Erik Balling and starring Morten Grunwald. It is a sequel to Slå først, Frede!.

Felice... Felice... (1998)

Felice...Felice... is a 1998 Dutch drama film directed by Peter Delpeut.

Men Show Movies & Women Their Breasts (2014)

At the Cannes Film Festival, Isabell fights against her incompetent producer and old stereotypes in the film business.

Class of 1999 II: The Substitute (1994)

Class of 1999 II: The Substitute is a 1994 Direct-to-video film about a new teacher at a troubled inner city school, where students all are affiliated with gangs, drugs, and violence. It was directed by stunt expert Spiro Razatos and starred Sasha Mitchell as renegade teacher John Bolen. The movie is a sequel to Class of 1999, but does not contain many story links to that movie except inserted footage from "flashback"-sequences, and a vague reference to previous happenings in the plot.

Nearly a Nasty Accident (1961)

Nearly a Nasty Accident is a 1961 British comedy film directed by Don Chaffey and starring Jimmy Edwards, Kenneth Connor, Shirley Eaton and Eric Barker. A mechanically minded but accident-prone aircraftman (Kenneth Connor) creates chaos and arouses the anger of a promotion-seeking Group Captain (Jimmy Edwards).

Ritual (2002)

Tales from the Crypt Presents: Ritual is the third and final film spin-off from the HBO television series Tales from the Crypt, following Demon Knight and Bordello of Blood. The film was released in 2002 and stars Tim Curry, Jennifer Grey, and Craig Sheffer with Avi Nesher directing. It is based on the film I Walked With a Zombie.

Distinguished Flying Cross (2011)

A man nonchalantly tells his sons about his exploits during the Vietnam War.

Accomplices (2010)

Accomplices (original title: Complices) is a 2009 Franco-Swiss crime thriller film directed by Frédéric Mermoud. The film premiered in competition at the 2009 Locarno International Film Festival. It won the Swiss Film Award for Best Screenplay in 2010.

O'Hara's Wife (1982)

O'Hara's Wife is a 1982 American comedy-drama film directed by William Bartman and starring Edward Asner, Mariette Hartley and Jodie Foster. It is Bartman's only known film.

Feelin' Screwy (1990)

Three inner-city teens' carefree life of rap and romance is threatened by the actions of a neighborhood drug dealer.

Rockin' In The Rockies (1945)

Rockin' in the Rockies is a 1945 musical western full-length movie starring the Three Stooges (not to be confused with their 1940 short subject Rockin' Thru the Rockies). The picture was one of the Stooges' few feature films made during the run of their more well-known series of short subjects for Columbia Pictures, although the group had appeared in supporting roles in other features. It is the only Stooges feature with the team's best known line-up (Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Curly Howard) in starring roles.

Without a Fight (2012)

Soccer brings social change in Kibera, Kenya, where one of Africa's largest slums exists.

Power (1980)

Tommy Vanda (Joe Don Baker) starts out his career as a dockworker in Chicago, where he gets a reputation for his uncompromising attitude and leads his coworkers in an effective strike. Vanda soon rises within the union ranks to become a powerful labor leader. The more unscrupulous side of Vanda's personality, however, leads to criminal charges and jail time. Although the imposing union man eventually gets out of prison, his shadowy past persists in catching up with him.

Lonely In America (1990)

Arun (Ranjit Chowdhry) comes to the United States from his native India with aspirations of becoming a success. However, when he arrives in New York City, he finds the reality to be much more humbling and frustrating. He is initially unable to find any work except for a magazine stand run by his conservative uncle, Max (Tirlok Malik). Meanwhile, Arun tries to adjust to his new culture but finds the changes very difficult. Eventually, he starts to adapt and thrive.

The Dolls of Lisbon (2011)

The Dolls of Lisbon is NYC's Antagonist Art Movement's latest exploit inspired by the Zapatista Dolls of Mexico, a souvenir that travelled the world symbolizing a rebellion against the legacy of Andy Warhol's commodification of art.

Radiostars (2012)

Radiostars is a 2012 French comedy film co-written and directed by Romain Levy.

The Bricklayers (1976)

The Bricklayers (Spanish: Los albañiles) is a 1976 Mexican drama film directed by Jorge Fons. It was entered into the 27th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Silver Bear.

Smokers Only (2002)

A woman (Cecilia Bengolea) has an ill-advised love affair with a bisexual hustler (Leonardo Brzezicki).

Juan Charrasqueado y Gabino Barrera, su verdadera historia (1982)

The bond between two adventurers falls apart when both fall for the same woman.

Garapa (2009)

Garapa is a 2009 Brazilian documentary film directed by José Padilha. It follows the daily lives of three families dealing with food insecurity in Fortaleza, the state capital of Ceará in the northeastern part of Brazil, over a few weeks in order to study hunger not merely from a macroscopic perspective but rather from the perspective of those who live with it. "Garapa" refers to sugar water given to children to tide them over in times of hunger. It was filmed in black and white by cinematographer Marcela Bourseau.

Heart, Beating in the Dark (2005)

Heart, Beating in the Dark is a 2005 film directed by Japanese director Shunichi Nagasaki, partly a remake and partly a sequel to his 1982 film of the same name.

Waban-aki: People from Where the Sun Rises (2006)

Filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin examines the Abenaki people of Quebec.

Chattambinadu (2009)

Chattambinaadu is a Malayalam film released in 2009. The film was directed by Shafi and written by Benny P. Nayarambalam, and stars Mammootty, Suraj Venjarammoodu, Raai Laxmi, Siddique, Manoj K. Jayan, Vinu Mohan. The film was made under Mammootty's production company Play House which distributed it as well.

Bomb in the High Street (1961)

Bomb in the High Street is a 1961 British drama film directed by Peter Bezencenet and Terry Bishop. It stars Ronald Howard, Terry Palmer and Suzanna Leigh.

Boss of Bullion City (1940)

Boss of Bullion City is a 1940 Western film starring Johnny Mack Brown. Maria Montez appears as the female lead. It was the first time she played a leading role and was the only one of her film roles where she speaks some Spanish.

Boss of Rawhide (1943)

Texas Rangers are sent to investigate a series of mysterious killings.

The Great Squeeze (2009)

An investigation of our dependence on cheap energy.

Finding Hillywood (2013)

An award-winning documentary, FINDING HILLYWOOD chronicles one man's road to forgiveness, his effort to heal his country, and the realization that we all must one day face our past. A real life example of the power of film to heal a man and a nation.

Fun in Balloon Land (1965)

Sonny falls asleep during a story and wakes up in a magical world filled with giant balloon people and animals.

Zona rosa (2005)

Interviews with strippers give a glimpse of the gay strip club scene in Mexico's Zona Rosa district.

Un autre monde (2012)

In 1915, a teen (Niels Schneider) travels to an island to meet his father (Samuel Labarthe) and his new family.

Live! From Death Row (1992)

An infamous inmate (Bruce Davison) and his partners hold a reporter (Joanna Cassidy) and her cameraman (Jason Tomlins) hostage for an execution broadcast.

In the Devil's Garden (1971)

Assault is a 1971 British thriller film directed by Sidney Hayers and starring Suzy Kendall, Frank Finlay and Freddie Jones, with Lesley-Anne Down making an early screen appearance; David Essex also has a small role. It is based on the novel The Ravine by Kendal Young, and tells about a police attempt to track down a dangerous rapist/killer on the loose. In the U.S., it was retitled In the Devil's Garden.

K: Missing Kings (2014)

K: Missing Kings is a 2014 Japanese animated film based on the K anime series. The movie takes place one year after the anime in the summer. The movie was released on July 12, 2014.

Mr. Brown (2006)

"Mr. Brown" is a middle aged handicapped black man, former athlet, in a wheel chair. He endlessly listens to music, reads books and looks out the window to oversee the roofs of neighboring houses in Harlem. Nothing breaks his monotonous loneliness except for the visits of two helpers a young Russian woman social worker and a young black man home attendant - who merely do their duties. But in Mr. Brown's imagination they all have a passionate affair. He feels that the home attendant loves the social worker but is very jealous of her because she is madly in love with her subject Mr. Brown, and Mr. Brown himself is in love with the home attendant boy. These "relationships" develop gradually over continuous visits of two helpers. And in Mr. Brown's world their passion is expressed through the dance. Unable to withstand the energy of love and possession Mr. Brown "kills" the home attendant and sinks into a prison of his loneliness and wheel chair.

The Last Horseman (1944)

The Last Horseman is a 1944 American western film directed by William Berke and starring Russell Hayden, Dub Taylor and Ann Savage.

California Casanova (1991)

California Casanova was comedy written and directed by Nat Christian. The film was made in 1991 and stars Jerry Orbach, Audrey Landers, Tyrone Power Jr. Bryan Genesse, Ken Kercheval, Ted Davis and Michelle Johnston. It was executive produced by Ruth Landers and Mark Polan.

A Coffee in Berlin (2012)

Oh Boy is a 2012 German tragicomedy film directed by Jan-Ole Gerster. It is in black-and-white. It is the director's debut film, and thesis project for the German Film and Television Academy in Berlin. In 2014, the film was released in the US under the title A Coffee in Berlin.

A.C.A.B. All Cats Are Brilliant (2012)

Helectra, a woman in her early 30s, has a directionless life until Argyris helps her find her rhythm.

Slightly Terrific (1944)

Slightly Terrific is a 1944 American comedy film directed by Edward F. Cline and written by Edward Dein and Stanley Davis. The film stars Leon Errol, Anne Rooney, Eddie Quillan, Richard Lane, Betty Kean, Ray Malone, Lillian Cornell, Donald Novis and Lorraine Krueger. The film was released on May 5, 1944, by Universal Pictures.

Missä on missä? (2009)

Two Arab boys kill their French friend in the late 1950s.

Let's Be Happy (1957)

Let's Be Happy is a Technicolor 1957 British musical film directed by Henry Levin, written by Dorothy Cooper and Diana Morgan in CinemaScope. This film was an updated remake of Jeannie (1941), starring Barbara Mullen. This was star Vera-Ellen's last film; she withdrew from public life after the death of her daughter, Victoria Ellen Rothschild.

Spoilers of the Plains (1951)

Spoilers of the Plains is a 1951 American film starring Roy Rogers.

El Vientre (2014)

Silvia (Vanessa Saba), a beautiful 45-year-old widow, is desperate to raise a child, and manipulates her maid into getting pregnant.

Nicotina (2003)

Nicotina (English: Nicotine) is a six-time Ariel Award winning and six-time nominated 2003 Mexican-Argentine gangster film produced by the same team as the 2000 acclaimed film Amores perros.

The Right Hand Man (1987)

The Right-Hand Man is a young adult historical novel by K. M. Peyton, first published in 1977. The book is set in 1818 in Essex and London, during the Georgian era. It tells the story of Ned Rowlands, a talented stagecoach driver who meets the three creatures he loves best on the same day: a horse, a woman, and the man who will become his employer, (Lord Ironminster). Lord Ironminster was a renowned and daring dragsman until he lost his right arm and his father in an accident. He is sick with consumption (tuberculosis) and under pressure from his mother to marry a suitable wife, settle down and produce an heir. Lord Ironminster is more interested in winning a wager of 5,000 pounds to race from his home to Whitechapel Church in less than 75 minutes. His cousins (who will inherit on his death) are also keen to win the wager. The story details how Lord Ironminster tricks Ned Rowlands into coming to work for him as his coachman (his right-hand man), their efforts to win the wager, and the friendship that develops between them.

Trona (2004)

A disillusioned man moves to a barren desert.

Garden Lovers (2014)

Through glimpses of their daily lives, elderly couples impart wisdom about love and remind people of life's fickle nature.

Poor Behavior (2016)

A weekend getaway spirals out of control when a jealous wife makes a reckless accusation.

(Notes on) Biology (2011)

An organism adapts to its environment.

Todo modo (1976)

Todo modo is a 1976 Italian drama film directed by Elio Petri. It is based on a novel of the same name by Leonardo Sciascia.

Zvírátka a petrovstí (1946)

Animals work together to deter thieves.

Chakravalam Chuvannappol (1983)

Chakravalam Chuvannappol is a 1983 Indian Malayalam film, directed by J. Sasikumar. The film stars Prem Nazir, Mammootty, Mohanlal and Sumalatha in the lead roles. The film has musical score by M. K. Arjunan.

Sensualidad (1951)

Sensualidad (Sensuality) is a 1951 Mexican Drama film directed by Alberto Gout. Starred by Ninón Sevilla and Fernando Soler.

Priya (1979)

Priya is a 1978 film, made in Tamil and Kannada, directed by S. P. Muthuraman, starring Sridevi in the titular role along with Rajinikanth, Aznah Hamid and Ambarish in supporting roles. Priya is a beautiful girl whose boyfriend is Sumant Raja. The story is an adaptation from writer Sujatha's Ganesh - Vasanth novels. The film was a blockbuster and completed a 175-day run at the box office.

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.

The Parallel (2007)

A high school football star goes to bed the night after graduation and wakes up in a strange new life. He is now 39 years old, stuck in a crumbling marriage and has no recollection of the past 20 years.

Muhammad: The Last Prophet (2002)

Muhammad: The Last Prophet is a 2002 animated film and quranic epic produced by Badr International and directed by Richard Rich. The movie was released in limited cinemas in the United States and the United Kingdom. The film focuses on the early days of Islam and Muhammad. Three prequels, Before the Light (relating to events in Arabia before the birth of Muhammad, with his grandfather, Abdul-Muttalib, as the main character), Salman the Persian (the story of Salman's quest for religious enlightenment) and Great Women of Islam (pertaining to the roles of women in Arabia before and after the birth of Islam) have been released, all directed by Rich. In accordance with Islamic law and tradition, Muhammad and the first four caliphs (Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman, and Ali) are not depicted in the film or any of its prequels. Scenes that include Muhammad are shown from his perspective, with his words paraphrased by the narrator. The film has been approved by the Council of Al-Azhar Al-Shareef (Islamic Research Academy) and the Supreme Islamic Shiite Council of Lebanon. Some characters, such as the main character Malek and the rest of his family, are fictional.

The Box (2003)

The Box is a 2003 American film noir starring James Russo, Theresa Russell, Brad Dourif, Steve Railsback, Jon Polito, Michael Rooker, John Snyder and directed by Richard Pepin.

A Haunting on Hamilton Street 2: The Stable (2011)

Paranormal experts investigate a haunted mortuary.

V.I.S.S.E.N (2012)

Dutch people discuss their enthusiasm for fishing.

The Optimists (2013)

A volleyball team in Norway, made up of women ages 66-98, prepares for its first match after 30 years of practice.

The Cellar (2003)

Four college students rent a remote cottage for the weekend to work on their latest projects. Their stay quickly becomes increasingly unpleasant as they start having strange visions.

The Bedside Detective (2007)

An inventor uses his homemade gadgets to become a detective.

Apple (1992)

A young elven girl grows up to be a dark sorceress.

Toast (2013)

A woman decides to become homeless on a whim as her grip on reality fades.

Silk (2013)

Four electronic dance music acts, including the LA Vampires, Ital, Magic Touch, and Maria Minerva, embark on a lengthy group tour through Europe, the United Kingdom and beyond.

Naga Bonar (1986)

Nagabonar is a 1987 Indonesian comedy film directed by M.T. Risyaf. It was Indonesia's submission to the 60th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee. In 2007, the sequel named Nagabonar Jadi 2 released.

The Posterist (2016)

Filmmaker Hui See-Wai profiles artist Yuen Tai-Yung.

Den Helder (2008)

A man returns home from prison to find that his brother has changed.

Dharma Guns (La succession Starkov) (2011)

A speedboat accident sends a man into a coma.

Kahwin 5 (2012)

A successful businessman juggles four wives simultaneously.

Moitié-moitié (1989)

A man inherits the home of his adoptive grandmother but must fight against her legitimate granddaughter to keep it.

L'invité (2007)

A newly hired employee panics after inviting his new boss to dinner, so he enlists his neighbor, a public relations whiz, to help plan the evening.

Ne me libérez pas, je m'en charge (2009)

A former thief and mobster, Michel Vaujour has always preferred flight to prison, adventure to submission, freedom to the law. This documentary examines his greatest escape, not from jail but from himself.

Two Ships (2012)

A broke single artist urges his best friend to throw a party, where he meets an attractive free spirit.

Pretend I'm Not Here (2001)

A lonely voyeur is thrilled when an unusual couple moves in next door.

Flag: Issenman no kufura no kiroku (2006)

A photojournalist follows an elite squad of soldiers into a war zone.

Dukit (2013)

A celebrated Kapampangan sculptor battles his personal demons.

Living Water (2006)

--CM Twenty year-old Gwen's recent conversion to Christianity causes a conflict between her and her "party girl" best friend. There's tension at home as well. Gwen's mom is fighting a serious addiction to pain killers, and her dad, a tough corporate lawyer, has just taken the civil suit case against the owner's of her new church. Gwen's nurturing kindness helps heal all those around who “thirst" for unconditional love and acceptance.

Fascinating India 3D (2014)

Filmmakers spend months discovering the cities, royal residences, and temple precincts of India.

Der fliegende Holländer (1964)

A woman escapes her everyday life by entering a fantasy world.

01:00 A.M. (1995)

Three ghost stories set in contemporary Hong Kong.