Brother, Can You Spare a Dollar (2011)

Using street interviews and stock footage, filmmaker Thom Hoffman compares the current state of the U.S. economy with the Great Depression.

The Convoys of Shame (2010)

During World War II, French trains transport prisoners held by Nazi forces.

Jungle Juice (2002)

A Korean mobster's bumbling assistants team up with a street-smart hooker to find their employer's missing drug money.

Reindeer Games (2005)

Alec kidnaps his co-worker and ties her up in his cellar, triggering a deadly game of bondage and depravity.

Range War (1939)

Range War is a 1939 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Sam Robins and Walter C. Roberts. The film stars William Boyd, Russell Hayden, Britt Wood, Pedro de Cordoba, Willard Robertson, Matt Moore and Betty Moran. The film was released on September 8, 1939, by Paramount Pictures.

Room and a Half (2009)

Room and a Half (Russian: Полторы комнаты или сентиментальное путешествие на родину) is a 2009 Russian movie. The picture won three Nika Awards, including Best Film, Best Director (Khrzhanovsky) and Best Screenplay. It also received the Best Film award in the East of the West section at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.

A Nice Girl Like Me (1969)

A young woman (Barbara Ferris) endures two pregnancies, then finds love with her late father's caretaker (Harry Andrews).

Cointelpro 101 (2010)

A history reveals the FBI's strategy to prevent movements and communities from overturning white supremacy and creating racial justice.

Formosa Betrayed (2010)

Formosa Betrayed is a 2009 American political thriller film directed by Adam Kane, written by Charlie Stratton, Yann Samuell, Brian Askew, and Nathaniel Goodman, with a story by Will Tiao and Katie Swain, and starring James Van Der Beek. Set in Chicago and Taiwan in the 1980s, the story follows a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent investigating the murder of a Taiwanese professor at a Midwestern college. The search for the killers takes the agent to Taiwan, where he discovers there is more involved in this murder than he ever anticipated. Although Formosa Betrayed has been regarded as a "pan-green movie", its writers say they did not take sides over the Pan-Blue/Pan-Green political divide. Formosa Betrayed opened in four cities the weekend of February 28, 2010: Boston, New York, Los Angeles, and the Bay Area. Eventually, it was released in 20-25 cities across North America. It is now available in over 40 countries around the world.

Hush (2012)

Ja saapuu oikea yö is a 2012 Finnish thriller film directed by Jyri Kähönen. The story evolves around two young lovers who are planning to murder the girl's father.

Engine Trouble (2002)

Two beautiful women stop at a gas station and become the playthings of a deranged killer.

Ladies in Blue (2009)

Five women continue their lifelong passion for singer Michel Louvain.

Fear of the Dark (2001)

Fear of the Dark is a 2001 Horror Film directed by American director Glen Baisley and stars Rosemary Gore, Vanessa Edwards, Mike Lane, and Herb Smithline.

Deep Gold 3D (2011)

Deep Gold is a 2011 action film directed by Michael Gleissner and produced by Bigfoot Entertainment. Filmed in and around the islands of Cebu and Palawan in the Philippines it stars Bebe Pham, Jaymee Ong and Laury Prudent.

White Dream (2002)

A feebleminded man (Hamid Jebeli) falls for a sophisticated beauty after she visits his place of employment in Tehran, Iran.

Side by Side (2012)

Side by Side is a 2012 American documentary film directed by Christopher Kenneally. It was produced by Justin Szlasa and Keanu Reeves. It premiered at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival and it was shown at the Tribeca Film Festival.

On a volé la cuisse de Jupiter (1980)

On a volé la cuisse de Jupiter (literally Jupiter's thigh was stolen) is a French movie released in 1980, starring Annie Girardot, Philippe Noiret and Francis Perrin, and directed by Philippe de Broca. It is a sequel to the 1978 crime film Tendre Poulet in which both Girardot and Noiret reprise their roles as Lise Tanquerelle and Antoine Lemercier respectively.

The Next Day (2012)

A one-night stand leads to life-changing consequences for a man and woman.

A River Called Titas (1973)

The Bengali filmmaker Ritwik Ghatak’s stunningly beautiful, elegiac saga concerns the tumultuous lives of people in fishing villages along the banks of the Titas River in pre-Partition East Bengal. Focusing on the tragic intertwining fates of a series of fascinating characters—in particular, the indomitable widow Basanti—Ghatak tells the poignant story of an entire community’s vanishing way of life. Made soon after Bangladesh became an independent nation, the elliptical, painterly A River Called Titas is a grand epic from a director who has had a devoted following for decades.A River Called Titas was restored in 2010 by the Cineteca di Bologna /L’Immagine Ritrovata laboratory, in association with the Ritwik Memorial Trust, the National Film Archive of India, and The Film Foundation’s World Cinema Project. Additional film elements provided by the Bundesarchiv-Filmarchiv. Restoration funded by Doha Film Institute.

Santa Fe Uprising (1946)

Santa Fe Uprising is a 1946 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Earle Snell. The film stars Allan Lane, Robert Blake, Martha Wentworth, Barton MacLane, Jack La Rue and Tom London. The film was released on November 15, 1946, by Republic Pictures.

Virgin Snow (2007)

Virgin Snow (첫눈 - Cheotnun, 初雪の恋 ヴァージン・スノー - Hatsuyuki no koi) is a 2007 South Korean film directed by Han Sang-hye and starring Korean actor, Lee Joon-gi and Japanese actress, Aoi Miyazaki.

Dr. Pyckle and Mr. Pryde (1925)

Dr. Pyckle and Mr. Pryde is a 1925 silent, black-and-white comedy film, directed by Scott Pembroke and Joe Rock (also the producer). The film itself is both a spoof of the previous Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde films (e.g. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1912) and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)) and the well-famed novel by Robert Louis Stevenson Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. The film stars Stan Laurel as the title characters.

El muro (1998)

A new border wall on the San Diego border with Tijuana signifires environmental consequences.

Willets Point (2010)

Guillo and Doris wade through life's difficulties and battle marital problems.

Blessings: The Tsoknyi Nangchen Nuns of Tibet (2009)

Western women travel to Tibet to meet nuns.

Skin Eating Jungle Vampires (2002)

A woman (Carla Anderson) must save her sister (Violet Sweet) from a nest of vampires.

Ggot seom (2001)

Flower Island is a 2001 South Korean film directed by Song Il-gon. This was Song's first feature-length film after directing several award-winning short films.

The Show (1922)

The Show is a 1922 American silent short comedy film directed by Larry Semon and Norman Taurog and featuring Oliver Hardy.

Short Kilts (1924)

Short Kilts is a 1924 American silent comedy film starring Stan Laurel.

The Very Very Big Company (2008)

La très très grande entreprise (English title: The Very Very Big Company) is a French comedy film directed by Pierre Jolivet and released in France in November 2008. It is an indirect follow-up to his film Ma petite entreprise, the story of which is set nine years before that of La très très grande entreprise.

Bloom (2004)

Bloom is a 2003 Irish film written and directed by Sean Walsh, based on the novel Ulysses by James Joyce. The film premiered at the 2003 Taormina Film Festival. Angeline Ball won the award for "Best Actress in a Film" at the Irish Film and Television Awards. The soundtrack was written and produced by David Kahne. In 1967, the novel Ulysses was made into a film of the same name.

The Highest Pass (2012)

A modern guru and a group of motorcyclists ride through northern India's Himalayas in search of Ladakh, the land known as the Little Tibet.

Thundering Hoofs (1942)

Thunder Hoofs is a 1942 Western film starring Tim Holt. It was the first of many movies he made with director Lesley Selander.

Nae namjaui romance (2004)

The relationships of an energetic criminal and three of his notorious friends.

Give and Take, and Take (2003)

Two men (Tom Bird, John Enthoven) land in trouble when they agree to take a job involving drugs.

Chepachet (2007)

A handicapped girl takes care of a bitter drunk and a lover of life after a horrific car crash.

Galloping Bungalows (1924)

A 1924 short film.

Assisted Fishing (2012)

A lifelong loser gets help from abused senior citizens to beat his archrival in a big fishing tournament.

Ghost of the Brotherhood (2006)

Ghost hunters investigate a reportedly haunted site in England.

No Matter What (2011)

Two poor teens undertake a life-changing journey to find one's missing mother.

Feisbum (2009)

The Facebook phenomenon changes the lives of numerous Europeans.

Miente (2009)

Miente is a 2009 Puerto Rican drama film directed by Rafi Mercado, and based on the novel "Different", written by Javier Ávila. The film was selected as the Puerto Rican entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards but it did not make the final shortlist.

Battle B-Boy (2014)

Battle B-Boy is a 2012 American dance/martial arts film written and directed by Frank Lin and starring Jonathan Phan, Alison Dahlstrom, Richie Greenfield, Ricky Cole, and Ingel Catindig as five best friends who form a B-Boy dance fighting team who enter competitions to help raise funds for Pham's character's father's medical procedure. The film was released by Cinema Epoch in 2014.

Pirated Copy (2004)

Chinese society is examined through the illegal DVD trade.

Agitator (2002)

Agitator is a 2001 Japanese film directed by Takashi Miike.

Strangers in the Night (1944)

Strangers in the Night is a 1944 American thriller film noir directed by Anthony Mann and starring William Terry, Virginia Grey and Helene Thimig.

Amsterdam Heavy (2011)

Amsterdam Heavy is a 2011 English action crime movie written and directed by Michael Wright, shot in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Attack of the Herbals (2012)

Attack of the Herbals is a 2010 Scottish horror comedy directed by David Keith from a screenplay written by David Ryan Keith, Liam Matheson and Alisdair Cook. The film is about a group of locals who try to save Lobster Cove, their sleepy village, from disruption caused by a plan to build a new supermarket complex.

Music Is Magic (1935)

Music Is Magic is a 1935 Fox musical film directed by George Marshall. The movie stars Alice Faye and Bebe Daniels and is based on a play by Jesse Lasky Jr. and Gladys Unger. The movie was Daniels' last American screen appearance.

Frankenstein: Day of the Beast (2011)

Frankenstein: Day of the Beast is a 2011 independent horror film directed by Ricardo Islas, based on the novel of the same name by Mary Shelley. It premiered with a limited theatrical release in the United States on November 27, 2011.

Kdopak by se vlka bál (2008)

A young girl's family has a crisis when her mother's ex-lover returns.

Speak (2012)

SPEAK follows six unforgettable characters as they prepare to compete for the title, "World Champion of Public Speaking." SPEAK is a powerful, inspiring documentary about conquering life's hurdles and finding your voice.

Separado! (2010)

Separado! is a 2010 British documentary film directed by Dylan Goch and focuses on Gruff Rhys going to South America in search of a distant relative René Griffiths.

The Brotherhood IV: the Complex (2005)

The Brotherhood IV: The Complex is a 2005 film directed by David DeCoteau and starring Sebastian Gacki, April Telek, and Charlie Marsh. It is the fourth of the Brotherhood series of homoerotic horror films that started with The Brotherhood.

Fort Osage (1952)

Fort Osage is a 1952 American western film directed by Lesley Selander and starring Rod Cameron, Jane Nigh and Morris Ankrum. The film takes its name from the historical Fort Osage. The film's sets were designed by the art director Dave Milton.

L'intrépide (1975)

An embittered surgeon hires a gangster to kill his overbearing fiance.

The Prize (2009)

A humble teacher travels to Lima to collect lottery winnings and see his son.

Don't Change Your Husband (1919)

Don't Change Your Husband is a 1919 American silent comedy film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Gloria Swanson. The film was the third of six "marriage films" directed by DeMille and the first DeMille film starring Gloria Swanson. A print of the film is stored at the George Eastman House.The film was released on DVD by Image Entertainment with The Golden Chance.

Taking the Face: The Portuguese Bullfight (2013)

The phenomenon of the Portuguese bullfight in all its forms.

Caracremada (2010)

Ramon Vila Capdevila wages a one-man war against a Franco regime.

To Die is Hard (2010)

To Die is Hard is a small-budget B movie (made for a reported $2,000) that was written and directed by filmmaker Glenn Berggoetz, the filmmaker behind the cult favorite The Worst Movie Ever! Released in just a handful of theaters in December 2010 and early 2011, the film was largely loved by critics, and in 2014 Paste magazine selected it as the 16th greatest B movie of all time in its list of the 100 greatest B movies ever made.

Rockin' the Wall (2010)

Rock 'n' roll emerges as a force of liberation that helps bring down the Berlin Wall and the Iron Curtain.

Diamondz n da Ruff (2006)

What happens when your dreams and ambitions are so strong that you'd go to any lengths to make them a reality? Haunted by the violent death of her mother, seemingly naive and beautiful Bianca Hernandez arrives in rough �n tough New York. Determined to be discovered as an actress, she quickly finds herself victimized and desperate for money. Soon, sweet-natured Bianca develops a hard edge by working for Carlos, a club owner and drug lord. How long can Bianca survive her cruel situation before reaching success as a ruthless killer rather than as an actress?

Sex in an Epidemic (2010)

Activist and filmmaker Jean Carlomusto examines the impact of AIDS on the gay community, including efforts to spread potentially lifesaving information about prevention in a rising tide of homophobia and conservatism.

Hooligan (2012)

Donal MacIntyre takes a look at fan violence at football games.

Road to Nowhere (2011)

Road to Nowhere is a 2010 American romance thriller independent film directed by Monte Hellman, written by Steven Gaydos, and starring Cliff De Young, Waylon Payne, Shannyn Sossamon, Tygh Runyan, and Dominique Swain. It is Hellman's first feature film in 21 years. Road to Nowhere was shot in western North Carolina from July to August 2009, before moving to Europe. The film premiered on September 10, 2010 at the 67th Venice International Film Festival and was nominated for the Golden Lion, but won Jury Award Special Lion for Career Achievement. The film was given a limited release in New York on June 10, 2011 and in Los Angeles on June 17, 2011.

The Nitwits (1935)

The Nitwits is a 1935 American comedy film directed by George Stevens from a screenplay written by Fred Guiol and Al Boasberg, based on a story by Stuart Palmer. Released by RKO on June 7, 1933, the film stars the comedy duo of Wheeler & Woolsey (Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey), with featured roles being filled by Fred Keating, Betty Grable, Evelyn Brent and Erik Rhodes. Fred Keating replaced Lionel Atwill, who later played the villain in the 1946 remake, Genius at Work.

Made in Hungaria (2009)

Made in Hungaria is 2009 Hungarian comedy-musical film written by István Tasnádi, Miklós Fenyő and Norbert Köbli and directed by Gergely Fonyó. Adapted from a stage musical with the same title, it follows the life of a group of teens from Hungary in the late 1960s, while the country was under Communist rule. The film received generally positive reviews.

Dialtone (2009)

Greg cannot control his life until he gets a wake up call.

The Southern Cross (1992)

Filmmaker Patricio Guzmn makes a video diary of his trip to an island off the coast of Chile.

A Haunting on Hamilton Street (2010)

Inspectors spend 24 months exploring haunted tunnels, a former mortuary and a saloon.

Richard the Second (2001)

Richard the Second is a 2001 American film adaptation of William Shakespeare's Richard II, directed by John Farrell.

Sex, Lies & Depravity (2012)

Jake struggles to hide his affair with Ethan from his family.

Walking My Life (2007)

With only six months to live, a 48-year-old man (Kji Yakusho) embarks on a mission to reconnect with those he has wronged.

The Villain (2009)

The Villain (French: Le Vilain) is a 2009 French comedy film written and directed by and starring Albert Dupontel.

Mantera (2012)

A teenager stumbles across a military weapon that turns him into a battling cyborg and is pursued by foreign agents seeking to claim it.

The Body Shop (1972)

A mad scientist lures young women to his lab to use them in a gruesome experiment, for when he has enough body parts from them, he plans to rebuild his dead wife and reanimate her.

Soldiers of Paint (2011)

In Oklahoma, thousands of paintball enthusiasts gather to pay tribute to veterans through an annual re-enactment of D-Day.

The Return Of Johnny V. (2011)

A burned-out ex-cop (Paul Matthew Lopez) plots an unusual fate for the villainous mayor who kidnapped him and his friends.

Portal: No Escape (2011)

Portal: No Escape is a short fan film directed by Dan Trachtenberg. The film was released on August 23, 2011. As of February 2018, the video has received over 21 million views.

I Do Not Know What It Is I Am Like (1986)

Filmmaker Bill Viola investigates the inner states and connections to our animal consciousness.

Cuban Rebel Girls (1959)

Cuban Rebel Girls is a 1959 semi-dramatic documentary B movie, notable for being the last on-screen performance of Errol Flynn. He stars with his girlfriend of the time, Beverly Aadland. It was written and narrated by Flynn, who was sympathetic to the Cuban revolution being led by Fidel Castro in its early phase.

Get Outta Town (1960)

After the murder of his brother, a former thief (Doug Wilson) returns to Los Angeles to find his killer.

The Corpse Grinders 3 (2012)

Lotus Cat Food is under new management again, and the recipe is better than ever before – or at least less toxic, we hope.

You Nazty Spy! (1940)

In this satire of the Nazis the stooges are paperhangers in the country of Moronica. When evil cabinet ministers overthrow the king, they decide to make Moe the new ruler as he'll be stupid enough to follow their orders. Moe becomes Dictator, Curly is a Field Marshal and Larry becomes Minister of propaganda. After successfully preventing a female spy from committing mayhem, the boys are run out of office by a mob and eaten by lions.

Vanity Fair (1932)

Vanity Fair is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Chester M. Franklin and starring Myrna Loy, Conway Tearle and Anthony Bushell. The film is modernized adaptation of William Makepeace Thackeray's novel of the same name with the original Regency-era story reset in Twentieth Century Britain. Three years later Thackeray's novel was adapted again as Becky Sharp, the first three-strip technicolor film.

The Magnificent Eleven (2013)

A Tandoori restaurant sponsors a terrible soccer team by the name of the Cowboys.

Kansas Territory (1952)

A man returns to Kansas with intentions of avenging his brother's death, only to learn the man was a murderous outlaw.

The Rugby Player (2013)

Filmmaker Scott Gracheff explores the unique bond between United Flight 93 passenger Mark Bingham and his mother, Alice, a former United Airlines flight attendant.

You Are Not I (1981)

You Are Not I is a 1981 American drama film directed by Sara Driver.

Unearthly (2013)

Former military man Malcolm (Deighton Thomas) searches for his daughter, Rose (Samantha Nemeth) after she disappears while searching for pieces of an ancient medallion.

Degenerate Art: The Art And Culture Of Glass Pipes (2011)

Despite federal laws, glass pipe-makers have created a new genre of American folk art, though their work often remains invisible to mainstream culture.

Monday Night Gig (2005)

A band with no fans, no fame, and no future keeps playing.

House of Errors (1942)

House of Errors is a 1942 American comedy film directed by Bernard B. Ray and written by Ewart Adamson and Eddie Davis. The film stars Harry Langdon, Charley Rogers, Marian Marsh, Ray Walker, Betty Blythe and John Holland. The film was released on April 10, 1942, by Producers Releasing Corporation.

Madre amadísima (2009)

A homosexual man grows up in an era where only his mother understands him.

Berdella (2009)

Berdella is a 2009 horror film written and directed by William Taft, and co-directed by Paul South. It is based on the crimes of Missouri serial killer Robert Berdella.

Dahmer Vs. Gacy (2011)

Dahmer Vs. Gacy is a 2010 American comedy-horror film directed by Ford Austin and written by Andrew J. Rausch. The film won the Audience Award at the 2010 Bare Bones International Film Festival.

The Challenge of Rin Tin Tin (1958)

The 101st Cavalry discover the survivors of an Apache raid on a wagon train: a young boy, Rusty, and his dog...

DC Showcase: Jonah Hex (2010)

DC Showcase: Jonah Hex is a 2010 short animated film, directed by Joaquim Dos Santos and written by noted Western comics writer Joe R. Lansdale, featuring Thomas Jane as disfigured bounty hunter Jonah Hex on the trail of a ruthless brothel madame who has murdered his latest quarry. The film, which was released on July 27, 2010 (2010-07-27) as a bonus feature on the Batman: Under the Red Hood DVD, was the second of the DC Showcase series and was included on the compilation DVD DC Showcase Original Shorts Collection in an extended version.

Rangle River (1936)

Rangle River is a 1936 Australian Western film directed by Clarence G. Badger based on a story by Zane Grey.