When Innocence Is Lost (1997)

When Innocence Is Lost is a 1997 American drama television film directed by Bethany Rooney and written by Deborah Jones. The music of the film was composed by Dennis McCarthy. It stars Keri Russell, Jill Clayburgh, Vince Corazza, Julie Khaner, and Charlotte Sullivan.

The Way to the Gold (1957)

The Way to the Gold is a 1957 drama film directed by Robert D. Webb. It stars Jeffrey Hunter and co-stars Sheree North and Barry Sullivan, and was released by 20th Century-Fox.

Barge (2015)

People find direction 28 days at a time working as deckhands on towboats bound for the port of New Orleans.

8 ½ Women (1999)

8½ Women is a 1999 comedy-drama film written and directed by Peter Greenaway, and starring John Standing, Matthew Delamere, and Vivian Wu. The international co-production (the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Germany) was entered into the 1999 Cannes Film Festival.

Smell and Smile (1985)

Reserve troops are sent in to clear out a dangerous minefield.

Winning Favor (2012)

In rural Iowa, childhood friends shoot hoops together as they grow up, then go on to play for rival high schools.

Highway to Dhampus (2014)

Highway To Dhampus is a upcoming romantic drama movie made by producer John de Blas Williams and director Rick McFarland. Along with the American actor, Gunner Wright, who has previously worked in movies like, ‘Love’ and ‘Dead Space”, Nepalese movie star, Raj Ballav Koirala will also be seen sharing space in the movie.

Sarit (1974)

A pregnant woman serves a long jail sentence after she kills her lover and his mistress.

The File of the Golden Goose (1969)

The File of the Golden Goose is a 1969 British thriller film directed by Sam Wanamaker and starring Yul Brynner, Charles Gray and Edward Woodward. Its plot involves an American detective being sent to Britain to track down a major international criminal.It is a reworking of the 1947 film T-Men, directed by Anthony Mann.

In Search of Beethoven (2009)

The life story of Beethoven with live musical performances.

Black Oxen (1923)

Black Oxen is a 1923 American silent fantasy/romantic drama film starring Corinne Griffith, Conway Tearle and Clara Bow. Directed by Frank Lloyd, the film is based on the controversial and best-selling 1923 novel of the same name by Gertrude Atherton.Described as "subtle science fiction", the film takes its title from William Butler Yeats: "The years like great Black Oxen tread the world." It was produced by Frank Lloyd Productions and distributed by First National Pictures. A special edition of Atherton's novel was released featuring stills from the film.

Trading Hearts (1988)

A Florida tomboy (Jenny Lewis) plays Cupid for her nightclub-singer mother (Beverly D'Angelo) and a big-league baseball has-been (Raul Julia).

The Fugitive (1933)

A half a million dollars has been stolen and stashed away and prison inmate Dutch knows where it is. So Government Agent Joe goes to prison and makes friends with Dutch. When Joe breaks them out, Dutch leads them to the money only to find it gone. But Dutch's old gang is on hand and they haven't found it either.

The Wicked Lady (1983)

In an age of revelry, she was scandalous. In time of violence, she was lawless. In an era of passion, she was the mistress of deceit. This is the story of Lady Barbara Skelton who married a nobleman, lusted after a highway man, and sought the love of the only man she could never have.

Libertarias (1996)

Libertarias (English: Libertarians) is a Spanish historical drama made in 1996. It was written and directed by Vicente Aranda. In 1936, Maria (Ariadna Gil), a young nun is recruited by Pilar (Ana Belén), a militant feminist, into an anarchist militia following the onset of the Spanish Civil War. Guided by the older woman, Maria is exposed to the realities of war and revolution, and comes to question her former, sheltered life.

The Redeemer: Son of Satan! (1978)

The Redeemer: Son of Satan (also known as Class Reunion Massacre) is an American horror film. It was filmed in 1976 and released in 1978. It follows a group of people trapped inside their high school during a ten-year reunion who are being killed off by a psychopath.

Mi casa es tu casa (2003)

Complications arise when a writer (Jorge Bosch) moves into a house he formerly owned to finish a book.

Perfect Hideout (2008)

Perfect Hideout is a 2008 German action film directed by Stephen Manuel and starring Billy Zane, Cristian Solimeno, and Melinda Y. Cohen.

Michael O'Halloran (1948)

Michael O'Halloran is a 1948 American drama film directed by John Rawlins and starring Scotty Beckett, Allene Roberts and Tommy Cook. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Gene Stratton-Porter. The film's art direction was by Lucius O. Croxton.

Punk Love (2006)

Punk Love is a 2006 independent film focusing on a romance between two people haunted by abuse and addiction. Punk Love was directed and written by Nick Lyon, and stars Chad Lindberg and Emma Bing.

La banda Picasso (2013)

Pablo Picasso (Ignacio Mateos) and his associates try to scam money from patrons, discuss art and become involved in the theft of the "Mona Lisa."

Missionary (2013)

Missionary is a dramatic thriller about a single mom who gets romantically involved with a Mormon missionary. When she decides to get back with her ex, she discovers that the missionary is not who he seems, and will stop at nothing to get her back.

Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase (1939)

Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase is a 1939 mystery film directed by William Clemens and written by Kenneth Garnet. It is fourth and last in a series of films starring Bonita Granville as teenage amateur detective Nancy Drew, Frankie Thomas as her boyfriend, and John Litel as her father. It was loosely based on the novel of the same name by Mildred Wirt Benson. The film was released by Warner Bros. on September 9, 1939.

Shadows (1922)

Shadows is a dramatic 1922 silent film starring Lon Chaney, Marguerite De La Motte, Harrison Ford and John St. Polis. Shadows is a tale of deception, sacrifice and humility by a gentle Chinese immigrant in a small New England town directed by Tom Forman.

Just William (1940)

Just William is a 1940 British comedy film directed by Graham Cutts and starring Richard Lupino, Fred Emney and Basil Radford. It is based on the Just William series of books by Richmal Crompton.

A Symphony of Summits: The Alps from Above (2013)

A flight over Mount Blanc and the Dolomites in an aerial journey that recounts the history and geography of the Alps.

Catch Your Mind (2008)

A woman tries to help her teenage son (Patrick Welsh) when he displays self-destructive behavior.

Le manège (1980)

After a violent storm, silhouettes converge on a mysterious carousel.

Have You Seen Lupita? (2012)

Lupita runs away from her family when they plan to commit her to a hospital.

As Simple as That (2008)

As Simple as That is a 2008 Iranian drama film directed by Reza Mirkarimi. It won the Golden George at the 30th Moscow International Film Festival. As Simple as That marks a milestone in current Iranian cinema as a rare realist depiction of a woman from the middle class.

Wu: The Story Of The Wu-Tang Clan (2008)

In 1993 a group of musicians form Wu-Tang Clan and take the hip-hop world by storm.

L'empreinte (2008)

An exploration of the roots of Quebec's unique identity.

Secret of the Chinese Kung Fu (1977)

Martial-arts secrets are revealed after two sisters rescue a man from death in the sea.

Ninth Floor (2015)

Ninth Floor is a 2015 National Film Board of Canada documentary film written and directed by Mina Shum about the 1969 Sir George Williams affair, a student occupation led by Black West Indian-born students to protest alleged racism at the Montreal university.

The Conquerors (2013)

The Conquerors (French: Les conquérants) is a 2013 French adventure comedy film directed by Xabi Molia, with stars Mathieu Demy, Denis Podalydès and Christian Crahay, with the director playing a seventh-billed supporting role.The film was exhibited in southwest France on 21 June 2013 at the Contis Film Festival (premiere) and, two months later (24 August) at another film festival, in Gindou. The full release in France was on 25 September, but it continued to be seen at festivals (Belgium's Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur on 1 October and Canada's Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival on 15 September 2014.

Silent Waters (2003)

Khamosh Pani is a 2003 Indo-Pakistani film about a widowed mother and her young son living in a Punjabi village as it undergoes radical changes during the late 1970s.

I'll Come Running (2008)

A Danish man has a one night stand with a girl in Texas and she ends up on his doorstep in Denmark.

Secrets to Love (2008)

Three couples of varying backgrounds discuss how to make a marriage work.

Iris Chang: The Rape of Nanking (2007)

The story of Nanking seen through the eyes Iris Chang.

The Girl with the Red Hair (1981)

The Girl with the Red Hair (Dutch: Het meisje met het rode haar) is a 1981 Dutch drama film directed by Ben Verbong. It was entered into the 32nd Berlin International Film Festival.

Southern Heart (1999)

While trying to acquire a site for his father's company, a New Yorker (Peter DeLuise) falls for an Alabamian (Jamie Hendrix Collins) who loves the land.

Double Trouble (1992)

Double Trouble is a 1992 action comedy film released straight-to-video. It stars the Barbarian Brothers - Peter and David Paul and is directed by John Paragon.

Tom Sawyer, Detective (1938)

Tom Sawyer, Detective is a 1938 American mystery film directed by Louis King and written by Robert Yost, Lewis R. Foster and Stuart Anthony. The film stars Billy Cook, Donald O'Connor, Porter Hall, Phil Warren, Janet Waldo, Elisabeth Risdon and William Haade. The film was released on December 23, 1938, by Paramount Pictures.

Red Nights (1988)

A young boy growing up in New England always dreamed of coming to Hollywood and being part of the glamorous life. With stars in his eyes, he finally gets it together and decides to make the move to Los Angeles. His adventure really began once he got there...it wasn't what he expected and things didn't go as planned.

White Light/Black Rain: The Destruction Of Hiroshima And Nagasaki (2007)

Using extensive interviews with survivors and archival footage, an examination reveals the aftermath of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

A Weekend With Lulu (1961)

A Weekend with Lulu is a 1961 British black and white comedy film directed by John Paddy Carstairs and starring Bob Monkhouse, Leslie Phillips, Alfred Marks, Shirley Eaton and Irene Handl.

The Cemetery (2013)

Deep in the Pennsylvania hills, a cemetery for those who died during exorcism remains a dark secret for the church. In 1671, hundreds of men, women, and children suffered in bloody, torturous rituals at the hands of priests unable to contain the evil of the possessed. Were these possessions real, or is the story a hoax to cover up the sins of the deranged priests thirsty for human blood? Bill and his team of cynical paranormal investigators plan to find out the truth…..will they leave the cemetery alive?

A Step Out of Line (1971)

Three Korean War buddies (Peter Falk, Vic Morrow, Peter Lawford) depart from their professions to plan a San Francisco bank caper.

The Love She Sought (1990)

An aging school teacher (Lansbury) at a Catholic grammar school in Minnesota questions her life's existence when she has to start battling a new bishop (Prosky). As a result she retires and moves to Ireland where she seeks an admirer (Elliott) with whom she has been corresponding for five years.

Shooting Robert King (2008)

Shooting Robert King is a 2008 documentary film directed by Richard Parry. It documents photojournalist Robert King over 15 years and through 3 different war zones. The films splices footage from his time working in war zones with footage of him home with his family in Tennessee. Shooting Robert King won a Ron Tibbett Excellence in Filmmaking Award at Indie Memphis Film Festival in 2009.

Bad Channels (1992)

An alien determined to capture human females takes over a radio station to do it.

Nobody's Children (1940)

A 9-year-old orphan (Billy Lee) refuses to be separated from his disabled sister (Edith Fellows).

Tomorrow Is Another Day (1951)

Tomorrow Is Another Day is a 1951 crime drama film noir directed by Felix E. Feist, starring Ruth Roman and Steve Cochran. An ex-convict who thinks he killed a man goes into hiding with a woman whose boyfriend is the supposed murder victim. The title of the film comes from the last line of Gone with the Wind.

Tough as Iron (2013)

Tough as Iron is a 2013 South Korean film written and directed by Ahn Gwon-tae, starring Yoo Ah-in in the title role.

Arctic Son (2014)

Arctic Son is a 2006 American documentary film about a Gwich’in father and son reuniting after 25 years of separation. The two could not be more different: Stanley Njootli, Sr. is a hunter steeped in First Nations traditions. His son, Stanley, Jr., raised by his mother in Washington State, is immersed in hip hop culture and video games, battling an ensuing drug and alcohol addiction. The film details the pair's reunion in the Yukon. Arctic Son was produced and directed by Andrew Walton, aired on PBS's P.O.V. documentary series in 2007, and was screened as part of the Seattle International Film Festival.

Surveillance 24/7 (2007)

Adam is drawn into a web of intrigue as rumors of a gay royal affair surface.

João Bénard da Costa: Outros Amarão as Coisas que eu Amei (2014)

The life and career of the director.

De Leeuw van Vlaanderen (1985)

In the Battle of the Golden Spurs in 1302, the Flemish rank and file win a major victory over the glorious French knights.

In Between Songs (2014)

The Galpu clan, an aboriginal family from the remote Northwest Territory of Australia, struggles to maintain its ancestral traditions in the face of modern societal, economic, and environmental pressures.

World Circus (2013)

Five circus acts from around the world prepare for the Monte Carlo Circus Festival.

Foreign Ghosts (1998)

A trilogy of tales centering on three women of various ethnic backgrounds and their experiences in Montreal.

Sakura Killers (1987)

A U.S. colonel (Chuck Conners) sends two men (Mike Kelly, George Nichols) to Taiwan to retrieve a videotaped gene-splicing formula stolen by ninjas for resale to the Soviets.

The Sap (1926)

The Sap is a 1926 American comedy film directed by Erle C. Kenton and written by Edward T. Lowe Jr.. It is based on the 1924 play The Sap by William A. Grew. The film stars Kenneth Harlan, Heinie Conklin, Mary McAllister, David Butler, Eulalie Jensen and John Cossar. The film was released by Warner Bros. on March 20, 1926.

The Secret Village (2013)

The Secret Village is a 2013 American psychological thriller directed by Swamy Kandan, written by Kandan and Jason Whittier, and starring Jonathan Bennett, Ali Faulkner, Richard Riehle, and Stelio Savante. It was filmed in the Berkshires, a hilly region of Massachusetts. Faulkner plays a reporter who investigates rumors of persistent ergot poisoning in an isolated, unfriendly town, only to find a plot that involves cults and modern day accusations of witchcraft. It premiered in October 2013 and was released on DVD in December 2013.

When I Came Home (2006)

When I Came Home is a 2006 documentary directed by Dan Lohaus about homeless veterans in the United States - from those who served in Vietnam to those returning from the Iraq War. The film won the "New York Loves Film Best Documentary" Award at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival.

My Boss, My Teacher (2006)

My Boss, My Teacher is a 2006 South Korean film and sequel to the 2001 film My Boss, My Hero. It was followed by The Mafia, The Salesman in 2007.

Dawn of Dracula (2013)

Victoria Van Helsing and Patricia Pennyweather have to stop a group of occultists from reviving Count Dracula.

Dust on the tongue (2014)

Don Silvio asks two of his grandchildren to help him die.

Santo Domingo Blues: Los Tigueres de la Bachata (2004)

Interviews with and performances by Luis Vargas and others highlight a history of bachata -- Santo Domingo's version of blues music.

Somos Mari Pepa (2013)

Teens in a punk band spend the summer rehearsing their one song.

The Mystical Adventures Of Billy Owens (2008)

The Mystical Adventures of Billy Owens is a 2008 Canadian fantasy film, which takes place in Spirit River, Alberta, Canada, about a boy who discovers on his 11th birthday that he is capable of using magic and must save his town from destruction. This film was presented in two parts under a "To Be Continued" format, with a sequel, Billy Owens and the Secret of the Runes, which followed in 2010.

Woman Hater (1948)

Stewart Granger stars as an English aristocrat who believes that all women are fortune hunters out to ensnare men. When a beautiful Continental actress visits England and proclaims that men are boring, he dismisses it as a publicity stunt. To prove that he is right, he invites her to dinner, but she discovers his plan and decides to outwit him. The two, equally dedicated to disproving the other, engage in a battle of wits, but to their horror, Cupid may well win in the end.

Dangerous Dowry (1996)

Barely making ends meet, Berlin cab driver Ella (Katja Riemann) encounters an attractive Russian named Aleksei (Hannes Jaenicke). He eventually offers to pay her to marry him so he can get his green card. However, Aleksei has stolen money from his mobster brother, Yevgeni (Heinz Hoenig), who plans to sell nuclear weapons to terrorists. Soon, Ella and Aleksei are on the run, and she's concocting a complex plan to turn the tables on their adversaries.

Daughters of the Niger Delta (2012)

Three woman manage to make ends meet despite overwhelming odds against them.

No Problem! (2015)

Illiterate women from around the world train to be solar engineers.

The Face of Marble (1946)

The Face of Marble is a 1946 American horror film directed by William Beaudine and starring John Carradine, Claudia Drake and Robert Shayne.

Humoresque (1920)

Humoresque (1920) is an American silent drama film produced by Cosmopolitan Productions, released by Famous Players-Lasky and Paramount Pictures, and was directed by Frank Borzage from a short story by Fannie Hurst and script or scenario by Frances Marion. This film was the first film to win the Photoplay Medal of Honor, a precursor of the Academy Award for Best Picture.In 2015, the United States Library of Congress selected the film for preservation in the National Film Registry, finding it "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

Hell Comes to Frogtown (1988)

Hell Comes to Frogtown is a 1988 cult film that was created by Donald G. Jackson. The screenplay was written by Jackson and Randall Frakes. The film was directed by Jackson and R. J. Kizer, and stars professional wrestler Roddy Piper as well as Sandahl Bergman, Cec Verrell, William Smith and Rory Calhoun.

Port of Lost Dreams (1934)

Port of Lost Dreams is a 1934 American drama film directed by Frank R. Strayer and starring William Boyd, Lola Lane and George F. Marion.

True Adolescents (2009)

True Adolescents is a 2009 American comedy film starring Mark Duplass, Bret Loehr and Carr Thompson and was written and directed by Craig Johnson. It premiered at the 2009 South by Southwest Film Festival, where it was nominated for the narrative feature grand jury prize.

Taxidermia (2006)

Taxidermia is a 2006 Hungarian/Austrian surrealist comedy-drama horror film directed by György Pálfi. The film is a metaphorical socio-political retelling of Hungary's history from the Second World War to the present day. The story is told by means of three generations of men from Hungary, beginning with a military orderly during the Second World War, moving on to an aspiring speed-eater during the Cold War, and concluding with a taxidermist during modern times. The film has elements of dark comedy and body horror.

The Toll Gate (1920)

The Toll Gate is a 1920 American silent Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by Lambert Hillyer and William S. Hart. The film stars William S. Hart, Anna Q. Nilsson, Joseph Singleton, Jack Richardson, and Richard Headrick. The film was released on April 15, 1920, by Paramount Pictures.

A Challenge for Robin Hood (1967)

A Challenge for Robin Hood is a 1967 British adventure film directed by C. M. Pennington-Richards and starring Barrie Ingham, Peter Blythe and John Arnatt.

Community College (2009)

To save their favorite bar from closure, four boozy pals decide they must finish college and pool their graduation money to pay off the owner's debt.

Hollywood Safari (1997)

Hollywood Safari is a 1997 American film, starring John Savage, Ted Jan Roberts, Don Wilson, David Leisure and Debby Boone. It was directed by Henri Charr and written by Robert Newcastle, Henri Charr and Jess Mancilla. The film generated a Spin-off, the TV series Hollywood Safari (1998-2001).

Un autre monde (2012)

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

40-Love (2014)

Jerome loses his job and his wife leaves him for another man, and he is left to manage his 11-year-old son's fledgling tennis career.

The Price She Paid (1992)

An ex-convict rapist (Anthony John Denison) legally enters the life of his victim (Loni Anderson) and their 12-year-old son (Coleby Lombardo).

Le coup du berger (1956)

Fool's Mate is a twenty-eight-minute short film directed by Jacques Rivette. It stars Virginie Vitry as a wife cheating on her husband. When her lover buys her a mink coat, the adulterous pair hatch a plan to avoid her husband's questioning the coat's origins.

María Montez: The Movie (2014)

Dominican actress Maria Montez (Celines Toribio) achieves fame and popularity in Hollywood and Europe until her untimely death in 1951.

An American in Madras (2013)

An American in Madras is a feature-length documentary film directed by Karan Bali. The film highlights American-born Ellis R Dungan's pioneering contribution to the then-developing Tamil Film Industry in South India between 1935 and 1950.

The Magnetic Monster (1953)

When a young scientist's experiments with a new radioactive isotope cause it to double in size every 12 hours, a nearby town's existence is threatened by the deadly radiation.

They Came from the Swamp: The Films of William Grefé (2016)

Filmmaker Daniel Griffith explores the career of indie pioneer William Grefé, director of such classics as "Death Curse of Tartu," "Impulse" and "Mako: Jaws of Death."

Behind the Blue Veil (2013)

The son of a Tuareg chief sets out across the Sahara Desert to save his people's culture before it disappears, but the collapse of the Mali government produces an international crisis that envelops him and his tribesmen.

Hawks (1988)

Hawks is a 1988 British comedy film about two terminally ill patients, an English lawyer named Bancroft (Timothy Dalton) and a young Grid Iron player (Anthony Edwards), who decide to sneak out of their hospital rooms and live life to its fullest for whatever time they have left. Their goal is to reach a famous brothel in Amsterdam. Along the way, they encounter various characters including a pair of misfit British women played by Camille Coduri and Janet McTeer. It was filmed on location in London's Charing Cross Hospital and in the Netherlands. The film was directed by Robert Ellis Miller and based on a short story written by Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees and David English, and the screenplay was written by Roy Clarke. The musical score was composed by Gibb. The film has been regarded by some as one of the most overlooked and underrated in Timothy Dalton's career.

Twelve Miles Out (1927)

Twelve Miles Out is a 1927 American silent drama film starring John Gilbert and Joan Crawford.

Mike Hammer: Murder Takes All (1989)

Mike Hammer: Murder Takes All is a 1989 mystery crime thriller television film. It starred Stacy Keach, former Wonder Woman actress Lynda Carter, Lindsay Bloom, Don Stroud, Michelle Phillips, Lyle Alzado and the pre-stardom Jim Carrey. It was respectively filmed in New York City, New York and Las Vegas, Nevada. This television film features the Madonna song "Open Your Heart". It has oddly never been released on VHS or DVD.

The Invincible Armour (1977)

Falsely accused of murder by a corrupt official (Jang Lee Hwang), a man (John Liu) uses martial arts to vindicate himself.

Nancy Goes to Rio (1950)

Nancy Goes to Rio is a musical comedy film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1950. It was directed by Robert Z. Leonard and produced by Joe Pasternak from a screenplay by Sidney Sheldon, based on a story by Ralph Block, Frederick Kohner, and Jane Hall. The music was directed and supervised by George Stoll and includes compositions by George and Ira Gershwin, Giacomo Puccini, Jack Norworth, and Stoll. The film stars Ann Sothern, Jane Powell, Barry Sullivan, Carmen Miranda, Louis Calhern, and Scotty Beckett. Nancy Goes to Rio is a remake of the 1940 film It's a Date, also based on the story by Block, Kohner, and Hall, starring Deanna Durbin. Kay Francis and Walter Pidgeon starred in the roles of Durbin's mother and step-father.

The Mystery of Chess Boxing (1979)

Mystery of Chessboxing is a Hong Kong kung fu film released in 1979 and directed by Joseph Kuo, starring Mark Long, Jack Long and Lee Yi Min.