Mundane History (2009)
Mundane History is a 2009 film by the Thai film-maker Anocha Suwichakornpong. She wrote, co-produced and directed the film. It is described as “one of the most startling and original feature debuts of recent years", and received its world premiere on 10 October 2009 at the 14th Busan International Film Festival in South Korea. It was the first Thai film to receive the country's most restrictive viewing rating, due to a scene of full-frontal male nudity and masturbation.
Gardiens De L'ordre (2010)
Two police officers have to prove their innocence in a shooting by infiltrating a drug ring.
Border War: The Battle Over Illegal Immigration (2006)
Border War: The Battle Over Illegal Immigration is a 2006 documentary film, written, produced and directed by Kevin Knoblock. The film tells the stories of five people whose lives have been affected by illegal immigration along the U.S.-Mexico border. They are J.D. Hayworth, a Republican congressman from Arizona, Teri March, widow of Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy David March, who was murdered by an illegal immigrant in 2002, U.S. Border Patrol agent Jose Maheda, Border Angels founder and activist for undocumented migrants Enrique Morones, and Lupe Moreno, a female Hispanic member of the Minuteman Project.
The documentary film was released theatrically on approximately 20 screens in the United States in September and October 2006. The DVD is distributed by Genius Products, a video and DVD distributor majority owned by The Weinstein Company.
The Tiger Woman (1945)
The Tiger Woman is a 1945 American crime film directed by Philip Ford and written by George Carleton Brown. The film stars Adele Mara, Kane Richmond, Richard Fraser, Peggy Stewart, Cy Kendall and Gregory Gaye. The film was released on November 16, 1945, by Republic Pictures.
Yi wu shao ya gui (1993)
An undead family residing in Hong Kong learns the proper etiquette for its kind.
A group of lesbian friends come out together.
The Mad Executioners (1963)
Scotland Yard searches for a link between a series of bizarre beheadings and mysterious sex crimes plaguing London.
The Mad Parade (1931)
The Mad Parade is a 1931 Pre-Code American feature film about women canteen workers toiling in a château near the frontlines in France during World War I. It was directed by William Beaudine and starred Evelyn Brent.
The Man in Black (1950)
Henry Clavering (Sidney James) is seemingly murdered through shock engineered by his wife, Bertha (Betty Ann Davies), who, with Janice (Sheila Burrell), daughter of his first marriage, is hoping to succeed to the Clavering estates.
No Limit Kids: Much Ado About Middle School (2010)
No Limit Kids: Much Ado About Middle School is a 2010 direct-to-video family comedy film. It starred Bill Cobbs, Lee Meriwether, Blake Michael, Celeste Kellogg and Ashton Harrell. The screenplay was written by Joshua Moody and the film was directed by Dave Moody for Elevating Entertainment Motion Pictures, who also provided the musical score for the film.
Son of the Border (1933)
Son of the Border is a 1933 American Pre-Code Western film directed by Lloyd Nosler and written by Wellyn Totman. The film stars Tom Keene, Julie Haydon, Edgar Kennedy, Lon Chaney, Jr. and David Durand. The film was released on May 5, 1933, by RKO Pictures.
S#x Acts (2012)
Six Acts (Originally released as Shesh Peamim and also referred to as S#x Acts) is a 2012 Israeli film, directed by Jonathan Gurfinkel. The film is set in Herzliya and shows Six different encounters between a group of teenagers over the course of a few weeks. The film was written by Rona Segal, and it is inspired by true events. The film was produced by Tazfilm productions and funded by the The Israeli Film Fund and Keshet Broadcasting.
Florent: Queen Of The Meat Market (2011)
The history depicts the final days of New York City's Florent diner, an all-night eatery that hosted a mix of A-list celebrities for 23 years.
We're the Weakerthans, We're from Winnipeg (2010)
Filmmaker Caelum Vatnsdal follows the Canadian rock group the Weakerthans.
Life Kills Me (2007)
An unlikely friendship forms between a grieving cinematographer and a morbidly obsessed drifter.
A woman neglects her husband and child after she quits her job to write a screenplay.
The United States of Autism (2013)
The United States of Autism weaves the tale of a broad spectrum of American life in all its faiths, disparities, colors, and cultures – and the story of one man’s 40-day, 11,000 mile journey across America to find answers for his family and son.
Santa Fe Marshal (1940)
Santa Fe Marshal is a 1940 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Harrison Jacobs. The film stars William Boyd, Russell Hayden, Marjorie Rambeau, Bernadene Hayes, Earle Hodgins, Britt Wood and Kenneth Harlan. The film was released on January 26, 1940, by Paramount Pictures.
Aisheen (Still Alive in Gaza) (2010)
The plight of those trying to get by living in Gaza.
Black Russian (2009)
A gorgeous assassin uses her sexual charms to lure in her targets before killing them.
The Butterfly Murders (1979)
The Butterfly Murders is a 1979 Hong Kong wuxia film directed by Tsui Hark. It has elements of history and a murder mystery. The film is not widely available on tape or DVD in the West, though there was a Hong Kong release.
Cherry Bomb (2011)
Cherry Bomb is an independent action revenge film starring Julin Jean and adult film star Nick Manning, in his first leading role in a mainstream film.
Gamera vs. Viras (1968)
Gamera vs. Viras (ガメラ対宇宙怪獣バイラス, Gamera tai uchū kaijū Bairasu, Gamera Vs. Space Monster Viras, released in the U.S. as Destroy All Planets) is the fourth entry in the Gamera film series.
Pure Race (1995)
Car trouble strands college students (Fred Hunting, Gregg Haynes) amid a meeting of radicals seeking to create a chosen race.
Deformed Monsters (1997)
The Creeps is a 1997 American comedy horror film written by Benjamin Carr and directed by Charles Band.
Forgotten Light (1996)
Forgotten Light is a 1996 Czech film directed by Vladimír Michálek. The screenplay by Czech-American Milena Jelinek is based on a 1934 book by Jakub Deml which is considered a masterpiece of Czech literature of the 20th century. The film was the Czech Republic's submission to the 70th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Breaking Through (2013)
Elected officials who are openly LGBT discuss how they overcame self-doubt and outside barriers to their success.
Children of War (2014)
Children of War, also known as The Bastard Child, is a 2014 Hindi drama film directed by Mrityunjay Devrat. The film released on 16 May 2014 in India. The film stars Pavan Malhotra, Raima Sen, Tillotama Shome, Indraniel Sengupta, Faroque Sheikh, Shatrunjay Devvrat, Riddhi Sen, Rucha Inamdar, and Victor Banerjee. Filmed in India with similar characters and places mimicking Bangladesh, The Bastard Child is an Indian movie based around the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War.
For Love of Amy (2009)
A black man faces problems when he is left in the care of his white friends daughter.
In the Hour of Victory (2012)
The discovery of a long-lost bundle of letters reveals the story of an Allied soldier who died on the battlefields of World War II.
Final Hour (1995)
A down-and-out lawyer gets back on his feet with help from a singer who later retains him to defend her on a murder charge.
Because no one respects him, Camel Najer decides to stage a bomb attack, which he will stop at the last minute to make himself a hero.
The unlikely relationship between the 1996 trial of a Bosnian Serb for crimes against humanity and the paintings of Johannes Vermeer.
Yat boon man wah chong tin ngai (1990)
My Hero is a 1990 Hong Kong crime action comedy film directed by Bryan Leung, who also served as action director and acts in a supporting role in the film. The film stars Stephen Chow, Ann Bridgewater and Wilson Lam.
Teenage is a 2013 documentary film directed by Matt Wolf and based on Jon Savage's book Teenage: The Creation of Youth Culture. In the documentary, Wolf attempts to bring to life the "prehistory" of youth culture which preceded and evolved into the concept of teenage culture in the 1950s and beyond. The film had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 20, 2013. and was released in a limited release and through video on demand on March 14, 2014, by Oscilloscope Laboratories.
Dutch teenagers (Robert de Hoog, Matthijs van de Sande Bakhuyzen, Melody Klaver) conspire to kill one of their friends.
Young Britons consume alcohol and chase women while on vacation.
At The End Of Daybreak (2009)
At the End of Daybreak (Shah Mo) (心魔) is a Malaysian movie. It was released November 5, 2009. It was directed and written by YuHang Ho and has runtime of 94 minutes.
On Our Merry Way (1948)
On Our Merry Way is a 1948 American comedy film produced by Benedict Bogeaus and Burgess Meredith and released by United Artists. At the time of its release, King Vidor and Leslie Fenton were credited with its direction, although the DVD lists John Huston and George Stevens, who assisted with one of the segments, as well. The screenplay by Laurence Stallings and Lou Breslow, based on an original story by Arch Oboler, is similar in style to that of Tales of Manhattan (1942), another anthology film made up of several vignettes linked by a single theme. The picture stars Paulette Goddard, Burgess Meredith, James Stewart, Henry Fonda, Harry James, Dorothy Lamour, Victor Moore and Fred MacMurray. marks the first joint movie appearance of Stewart and Fonda, who play a pair of musicians in their section of the film.
America Is Hard to See (1970)
Emile de Antonio's controversial portrait of the political, social and emotional events that shaped the year 1968.
A frail man wakes up in a foil-lined room, dons his protective aluminum body suit and travels through an alternate future Tehran.
Keep Smiling (2013)
A mischievous young girl visits Hollywood and sets the movie capital on its ear.
One, the Story of a Goal (2010)
The history of El Salvador's 1982 World Cup soccer team.
Bending Steel (2013)
Chris Schoeck sets his sights on becoming a sideshow strongman.
People of No Importance (1956)
People of No Importance (French: Des gens sans importance) is a 1956 French drama film directed by Henri Verneuil.
Piaf: Her Story, Her Songs (2003)
Remembrances of those who knew the French singer (Raquel Bitton) and her lyrics describe the life of Edith Piaf.
A Sporting Chance (1945)
A Sporting Chance is a 1945 American comedy film directed by George Blair and starring Jane Randolph, John O'Malley and Steve Barclay. The screenplay concerns a spoiled young woman who has to get and keep a job before she is entitled to claim her inheritance.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Russell Kimball.
The Middle Course (1961)
A small town in France must adopt ingenious methods to cope with occupying German forces. A Canadian pilot crashes nearby and is invaluable in helping the villagers fight their own private war.
Mumbai Salsa (2007)
Mumbai Salsa is a 2007 Bollywood film directed by Manoj Tyagi.
Marriage of Convenience (1960)
A young woman going to her wedding is waiting for her fiancée, a hood in custody, who is allowed by the police to go to his wedding.
Hell Asylum (2002)
A ghost terrorizes five women who stay at a haunted asylum for a reality TV show.
The Witness (2012)
The Witness is a 2012 action-horror film released by GMA Films and Skylar Pictures, written by Beby Hasibuan and under the helm of Muhammad Yusuf. The Witness was released last March 21, 2012 in the Philippines and will be released on April 26, 2012 in Indonesia.
This is their first international movie joints between two producers from other country GMA Films (Philippines) and Skylar Pictures (Indonesia).
Just a Father (2008)
Solo un padre (also known as The Semi-Serious Adventures of a Single Father, Perfect Skin and Just a Father) is a 2008 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Luca Lucini. It is based on the novel Perfect Skin written by Nick Earls.
Tristar is a 1996 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Tsui Hark and starring Leslie Cheung, Anita Yuen and Lau Ching-wan.
Dead Pet (1999)
A college student (Kevin Cotteleer) returns home and discovers that his parents have spent the rest of his tuition money on veterinary care for their poodle.
Primitive Love (1964)
L'Amore Primitivo (Aka: Primitive Love, U.S.) is a 1964 Italian comedy film that starred Jayne Mansfield, Mickey Hargitay, Franco Franchi, Ciccio Ingrassia, and Carlo Kechler. The film attempts to combine a typical Mansfield sex comedy with the mondo film genre by including footage of various native customs and rituals from around the world.
It was filmed in Italy in May 1964.
Alien Lockdown (2004)
Alien Lockdown is a television film that premiered on the Sci-Fi Channel on February 7, 2004. It was directed by Tim Cox. On SciFi UK the film was shown under the title Creature.
The Death Merchant (1991)
An FBI agent tries to stop a murderous psychotic who has stolen a microchip that could start World War III.
Dear Jesse (1997)
Dear Jesse is a 1998 American documentary film by Tim Kirkman that was released theatrically by Cowboy Pictures in 1998.
Using a first-person narrative style in the form of a "letter" to Senator Jesse Helms (R-NC), the filmmaker explores the parallels and differences between himself — an openly gay man — and the staunchly anti-gay rights public servant. The film also features interviews with Helms' foes and fans, community activists, novelists Lee Smith and Allan Gurganus, openly gay Carrboro mayor Mike Nelson, and people in the street, including a brief interview with Matthew Shepard, then a student at Catawba College.
Deep Evil (2004)
Deep Evil is a 2004 American film.
Silk Hat Kid (1935)
Silk Hat Kid is a 1935 American crime film directed by H. Bruce Humberstone and written by Edward Eliscu, Lou Breslow and Dore Schary. The film, starring Lew Ayres, Mae Clarke, Paul Kelly, Ralf Harolde, William Harrigan and Billy Lee, was released on July 19, 1935, by Fox Film Corporation.
True Nature (2010)
A young woman (Marianne Porter) from a powerful family disappears one night while running, then returns a year later with no memory of what happened.
She Had to Eat (1937)
She Had to Eat is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Malcolm St. Clair and written by Samuel G. Engel. The film stars Jack Haley, Rochelle Hudson, Arthur Treacher, Eugene Pallette, Douglas Fowley and John Qualen. It was released on July 2, 1937, by 20th Century Fox.
Deranged men at the U.S.-Canadian border unlawfully detain and torture five innocent friends who were on their way back home from a wedding.
The Inflicted (2012)
David, a troubled medical student, kidnaps, rapes and murders young women. In an effort to replace the family he lost, Daniel impregnates Melissa. Police rescue her before she gives birth, and David goes on a rampage to get them back.
Eleanor, First Lady of the World (1982)
Jean Stapleton was nominated for an Emmy® (1982, Outstanding Lead Actress In a Limited Series or a Special) for her portrayal of Eleanor Roosevelt in this made-for-TV biography, first telecast May 12, 1982. The film picks up Mrs. Roosevelt's storied life after the 1945 death of her husband, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. At the request of new president Truman, Eleanor serves as a United Nations delegate, spending much of her time tilting with dedicated anti-FDR politico John Foster Dulles (E.G. Marshall). She goes on to spearhead the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, proving to Dulles — and to the Soviet delegate (Freddie Jones) — that she's anything but soft on Communism. Newly remastered.
Bloody Reunion (2006)
Horror strikes a group of former students when they reunite with a dying teacher (Mi-hee Oh).
Texture of Skin (2007)
A photographer (Yoon-tae Kim) is distracted by the advances of a former girlfriend and the ghost of his apartment's former resident.
Who Shot My Father? (2011)
In 1973, Israeli Air Force attache Col. Joe Aldon was assassinated in Maryland and the case remains unsolved. Thirty-eight years later his three daughters search for the truth behind his killing.
Liverpool is a 2008 Argentine drama film directed by Lisandro Alonso, co-written with Salvador Roselli, and starring Juan Fernández. It screened at many international film festivals, including Cannes Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival and Maryland Film Festival. The film was released on DVD by Kino International on November 30, 2010. The cinematography was by Lucio Bonelli.
Wolfhound of the Grey Hound Clan (Russian: Волкодав из рода Серых Псов, tr. Volkodav iz roda Serykh Psov) is a 2006 Russian slavic fantasy film, based on the novel of the same name by Maria Semenova.
With one of the biggest film budgets in the history of Russian cinema (including work done in post production by international studios), the film was a notable success in its homeland.
Although the film did not see widespread theatrical release in the English speaking world, international distributors such as Central Partnership and Momentum Pictures have produced English language home video versions which have met with some critical acclaim.
Home To Danger (1951)
Home to Danger is a 1951 British crime film directed by Terence Fisher starring Guy Rolfe, Rona Anderson and Stanley Baker. It was made at the Riverside Studios in Hammersmith as a supporting feature.
Blame is a 2010 Australian thriller drama film starring Damian De Montemas, Sophie Lowe, Kestie Morassi, Ashley Zukerman, Simon Stone and Mark Leonard Winter. It was directed by first time feature film director, Michael Henry. The film had a limited release in Australia on 16 June 2011.
Kansas City Murder Factory (2011)
An exploration reveals a murder epidemic in the urban core of Kansas City, Mo.
Amerika Idol (2009)
A small village in Serbia believes that Rocky Balboa can reverse their 4,000 years of bad luck.
Romance Rides the Range (1936)
A former opera singer (Fred Scott) heads West to prevent outlaws from acquiring land that holds buried treasure.
Diner en Blanc: the World's Largest Dinner Party (2013)
The evolution, orchestration and challenges of organizing the world's largest dinner.
Herpes Boy (2009)
A social outcast becomes an unwilling cybercelebrity after videos of his life are posted online.
Lawless Plainsmen (1942)
Lawless Plainsmen is a 1942 American Western film directed by William Berke and written by Luci Ward. The film stars Charles Starrett, Russell Hayden, Cliff Edwards, Luana Walters, Ray Bennett and Gwen Kenyon. The film was released on March 17, 1942, by Columbia Pictures.
I Stand Condemned (1935)
This film is not to be confused with the very popular Russian Song Moscow Nights
Moscow Nights (released as I Stand Condemned in the United States) is a 1935 British drama film directed by Anthony Asquith and starring Laurence Olivier, Penelope Dudley-Ward and Harry Baur. The screenplay concerns a wounded officer who falls in love with his nurse.
Araya is a 1959 Venezuelan-French documentary film directed by Margot Benacerraf and co-written by Benacerraf and Pierre Seghers. It depicts the lives of laborers who extract salt from the sea off the Araya peninsula in Venezuela. Their method for extracting salt, virtually unchanged for centuries, depends on grueling physical labor, but provides a dependable, if meager, living for the men and their families. The film ends with a recently built plant for mechanized salt extraction that could eliminate the community's traditional source of income. The film was entered into the 1959 Cannes Film Festival, where it shared the Cannes International Critics Prize with Alain Resnais's Hiroshima mon amour. In 2009, Milestone Films released Araya in North American theaters for the first time as well as rereleasing it internationally. Milestone also distributes a restored DVD version of the film.
Goth is a 2003 American horror film directed by Brad Sykes.The film starring Phoebe Dollar, Laura Reilly, Dave Stann, Larry Sprock and Todd Livingston in the lead roles.
Jhutha Sach (1984)
Jhutha Sach is a 1984 Bollywood film directed by Esmayeel Shroff and starring Dharmendra and Rekha. The film was remade in Telugu as Kodetrachu. It was the second movie for child actor Jugal Hansraj, after Masoom.
Wildest Dreams (1990)
A genie (Heidi Paine) in a bikini grants a nerd's (James Davies) wish for true love, by offering him a selection.
Quiet Thunder (1988)
A bush pilot (Wayne Crawford) and a U.S. senator's wife (June Chadwick) flee after witnessing an assassination in Africa.
Survival Prayer (2013)
Filmmaker Benjamin Green explores the power of food, nature and culture.
Three oddball seniors have to bring back school spirit.
Swamp Girl (1971)
Swamp Girl is a 1971 American backcountry drama film, independently made on a low budget in Georgia by Donald A. Davis Productions, Inc., co-produced and co-written by Don Davis (who also directed), Jack Vaughn (who also plays a cameo role) and Jay Kulp (who was also the cinematographer and died in the aftermath of a jeep accident near the end of production). The sole name billed before the title is that of country singer Ferlin Husky, with second billing going to country singer-songwriter Claude King. The title role is played by Georgia native Simone Griffeth who receives an "Introducing" credit in her film debut.
Swamp Girl's general release was in November 1971, but the location of the premiere, in June, was the small Georgia city of Waycross, the closest city to the Okefenokee Swamp. The opening credits state, "Swamp locations courtesy of Okefenokee Swamp Park Waycross, Georgia" and "Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge U.S. Dept. of Interior Folkston, Georgia".
Cousin Jules (1972)
Filmmaker Dominique Benichetti spends five years recording the daily lives of two French farmers who live alone in the countryside.
Old Czech Legends (1953)
Old Czech Legends is a 1953 Czechoslovak stop motion puppet animation film directed by Jiří Trnka. It was based on the 1894 book Ancient Bohemian Legends by Alois Jirásek.
Lust drags a New York chauffeur (Kevin Thomsen) into danger with his supposedly slain boss (Ona Simms).
Spanish Masala (2012)
Spanish Masala is a 2012 Indian Malayalam romantic comedy film directed by Lal Jose, starring Dileep, Kunchacko Boban, Daniela Zacherl, Javier Sandoval and Biju Menon.
The Invaders: Genesis (2012)
Three years after nuclear war devastated the planet, a peacekeeping officer (Eli Martyr) battles terrorists who are trying to take over a small town.
Woman in the Dark (1952)
Woman in the Dark is a 1952 American crime film directed by George Blair and written by Albert DeMond. The film stars Penny Edwards, Ross Elliott, Rick Vallin, Richard Benedict, Argentina Brunetti and Martin Garralaga. The film was released on November 15, 1952, by Republic Pictures.
Children of the Revolution (2011)
Children of the Revolution is a 2010 documentary by Irish filmmaker Shane O'Sullivan about Ulrike Meinhof and Fusako Shigenobu, leaders of the German Red Army Faction and the Japanese Red Army.
Inspired by the student revolutions of 1968 and appalled by the killing in Vietnam, Meinhof and Shigenobu set out to destroy capitalist power through world revolution. They travelled to the Middle East to train with Palestinian militants and, alongside Leila Khaled, became the leading female revolutionaries of their time.
Authors and journalists Bettina Röhl and Mei Shigenobu explore the lives of their mothers, Ulrike and Fusako, providing a unique perspective on two of the most notorious terrorists in contemporary history. On the run or kidnapped when their mothers went underground, Mei and Bettina emerged from difficult childhoods to lead their own extraordinary lives. They reflect on their mothers' actions as the film asks: what were they fighting for and what have we learned.
Shot in Tokyo, Beirut, Jordan and Germany, the film tells the stories of Meinhof and Shigenobu through the eyes of Mei and Bettina, using rare archive footage of student protests and guerilla training camps in Germany, Japan and the Middle East.
The film premiered at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam in November 2010 and has screened at several international festivals. It had its broadcast premiere on German channel Westdeutscher Rundfunk on 30 May 2011 and will be released on DVD in the United Kingdom in September 2011. It was pitched at the 2009 Sheffield Doc/Fest MeetMarket.
Paranormal Calamity (2010)
Lusty spirits invade the home of a couple whose home was built atop the remains of a brothel that burned to the ground.
Letting Life In (2003)
A small-town novelist hires a new assistant, and their lives change in different ways.
Between The Canals (2011)
Between the Canals is an Irish crime film written and directed by Mark O'Connor.
Tyler and his friends try to escape from a house that is killing them one by one.
The Case for Israel: Democracy's Outpost (2009)
Rising in vigorous defense of the nation-state of the Jewish people, distinguished Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz presents incisive evidence from leading experts across the political spectrum to assert Israel's basic right to exist.