The Black Imp (1905)

A devil at an inn plagues a man staying in one of its rooms.

Revenge (1989)

Revenge is a 1989 Soviet drama film directed by Ermek Shinarbaev and written by Anatoli Kim. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1991 Cannes Film Festival. The film was restored in 2010 by the World Cinema Foundation at Cineteca di Bologna /L’Immagine Ritrovata Laboratory and released as Revenge.

Scorpion Thunderbolt (1985)

While a deadly snake monster runs amok in Hong Kong, a man (Richard Harrison) learns of an evil witch who wants to steal his magic ring.

Resonnances (2006)

Resonnances is a 2006 French science-fiction film written and directed by Philippe Robert. It stars Marjorie Dubesset, Franck Monsigny and Sophie Michard.

Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary (2002)

Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary is a 2002 horror film directed by Guy Maddin, budgeted at $1.7 million and produced for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) as a dance film documenting a performance by the Royal Winnipeg Ballet adapting Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. Maddin elected to shoot the dance film in a fashion uncommon for such films, through close-ups and using jump cuts. Maddin also stayed close to the source material of Stoker's novel, emphasizing the xenophobia in the reactions of the main characters to Dracula (played by Zhang Wei-Qiang in Maddin's film). Work on the film deepened but also ended Maddin's collaboration with Deco Dawson, who was credited as "Editor and Associate Director". Maddin and Dawson had a falling out in the wake of the production and have not worked together again (Dawson nevertheless spoke kindly of Maddin's following feature, The Saddest Music in the World. Like most of Maddin's films, Dracula, Pages from a Virgin's Diary is shot in the silent film tradition, complete with title cards and mimicking special effects of the era, such as tinted screen color, shadow play, and vaseline smeared on the camera lens to create a blurry effect. The film is not entirely monochromatic, since computer-generated special effects add bright, acidic colours to tint golden coins, green bank notes, and red blood.

Music in the Air (1934)

Music in the Air is a 1934 American romantic comedy musical film based on Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II's Broadway musical of the same name. It was part of the popular subgenre of operetta films made during the era. The Broadway musical Music in the Air opened at the Alvin Theatre in New York City on November 8, 1932 and ran for 342 performances.

Eskimo Artist: Kenojuak (1964)

Eskimo Artist: Kenojuak is a 1964 Canadian short documentary film about Inuit artist Kenojuak Ashevak, directed by John Feeney. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.

Storm (2009)

Storm is a 2009 German-Danish-Dutch drama film directed by Hans-Christian Schmid.

A Different Corner (2010)

Three people's lives intersect and change in Las Vegas.

The Graffiti Artist (2004)

Two loners (Ruben Bansie-Snellman, Pepper Fajans) form a fragile connection while painting their way through the Pacific Northwest.

Food Stamped (2010)

Food Stamped is a 2010 documentary film by Shira Potash and Yoav Potash, about food stamps and a couple who take the food stamp challenge and live on a food stamp budget for one week. The film features U.S. Representative Barbara Lee, one of four members of Congress who took the food stamp challenge. It premiered in October 2010 at the Mill Valley Film Festival. The film won the Jury Prize at the San Francisco Independent Film Festival and is an official selection of Whole Foods Market’s online film festival, Do Something Reel. Food Stamped was also featured on CNN Money.

The Adventures of the Three Reporters (1926)

Miss Mend is a 1926 Soviet spy film, originally realised in three parts, directed by and starring Boris Barnet and Fyodor Otsep. It is loosely based on the books by Marietta Shaginyan. The story follows the adventures of three reporters who try to stop a biological attack on the USSR by powerful Western businessmen.

Barry McKenzie Holds His Own (1974)

Barry McKenzie Holds His Own is the 1974 sequel to the 1972 Australian comedy film The Adventures of Barry McKenzie. Returning from the original film is Barry Crocker in the title role, as well as Barry Humphries in the role of Barry's aunt, Dame Edna. Also returning in the director's chair is Bruce Beresford. The then Prime Minister of Australia, Gough Whitlam, along with his wife Margaret Whitlam, made cameo appearances as themselves. Barry Humphries contends that Barry McKenzie was an inspiration for the later film Crocodile Dundee.

J.C. Chavez (2007)

Diego Luna traces the career of Mexican boxer Julio Cesar Chavez.

Doomed Caravan (1941)

Doomed Caravan is a 1941 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and starring William Boyd. The film is a serial Western and part of the Hopalong Cassidy series. It is the 32nd entry in a series of 66 films.

The Outer Edges (2013)

Filmmaker Kieran Evans charts a course along the invisible edges of North Essex to the River Thames.

White Shadows (1924)

The White Shadow (1923), also known as White Shadows in the US, is a British drama film directed by Graham Cutts and starring Betty Compson, Clive Brook, and Henry Victor.

Brothers Hypnotic (2014)

The sons of Phil Cohran have to choose between becoming stars or following their father's principles.

Sigur Rós: Inni (2011)

Filmed over two nights at Alexandra Palace, this experimental concert film mixes live footage, archive material and analogue post-production techniques to convey the experience of seeing Sigur Ros play. Featuring a stripped-back line-up reaching into the darker corner's of the band's back catalogue, this is a visceral live experience.

Vennira Aadai (1965)

A wealthy businessman wants his daughter to marry the psychiatrist who treated her.

Hail the New Puritan (1985)

Hail the New Puritan is a fictionalized documentary about the Scottish dancer and choreographer Michael Clark. It was directed by Charles Atlas. Production design is by Leigh Bowery, who also appears. Much of the music is by The Fall, and Mark E. Smith and Brix Smith appear in a mock interview with Clark. Additional music is provided by Glenn Branca, Bruce Gilbert (of Wire), and Jeffrey Hinton. Using a faux-cinéma vérité style, Atlas depicts a day in Clark's life as he and his Company prepare for a performance of New Puritans (1984). The Company at that time included Gaby Agis, Leslie Bryant, Matthew Hawkins, Julie Hood, and Ellen van Schuylenburch. The film was broadcast on 21 May 1986 on Channel 4's "Dance on 4" program (on Channel 4). It is distributed on DVD and VHS by Electronic Arts Intermix.

Alien Presence (2009)

Alien Presence is a 2009 American independent science fiction-thriller TV movie directed by David DeCoteau. It stars Krista Allen, Avalon Barrie and Mark Da Silva but is probably best known for featuring Greg Sestero in the role of Ash, a biologist.

Broken Dreams (2010)

Johnny, Ryan, and Elisabeth grew up together but things change after Ryan proposes to Elisabeth sending Johnny down a dangerous path.

The Weapons of Death (1981)

San Francisco thugs mess with the wrong martial-arts expert (Eric Lee).

Bad Meat (2004)

Bumbling crooks (Billie Worley, Lance Barber) kidnap a congressman's (Chevy Chase) corpse and hold it for ransom.

Only Me (1929)

A drunken man and a boy interrupt a variety show.

Mondo Mod (1967)

California's famous Sunset Strip as seen in 1966.

When Knights Were Bold (1936)

When Knights Were Bold is a 1936 British musical comedy film directed by Jack Raymond and starring Jack Buchanan, Fay Wray and Garry Marsh. Songs include "Let's Put the People To Work" sung by Jack Buchanan, "Onward We Go" sung by Buchanan & soldiers' chorus, and "I'm Still Dreaming" sung by Buchanan.

Feathers of Passion (2003)

A wealthy widower falls in love with a young prostitute in a Bangkok brothel.

Strange Conquest (1946)

Strange Conquest is a 1946 American drama film directed by John Rawlins and written by Roy Chanslor. The film stars Jane Wyatt, Lowell Gilmore, Julie Bishop, Peter Cookson, Milburn Stone, Samuel S. Hinds and Abner Biberman. The film was released on May 10, 1946, by Universal Pictures.

Invasion (1996)

European leaders are portrayed in a re-enactment of the August 1968 Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia.

Listen, Let's Make Love (1968)

Scusi, facciamo l'amore? (internationally released as Listen, Let's Make Love) is a 1969 Italian commedia all'italiana written and directed by Vittorio Caprioli.

Maggie's Passage (2009)

A man (Mike Norris) and a woman help a teenager (Ali Faulkner) after she runs away from her adoptive mother (Janine Turner).

Fly High (2006)

A Korean high-school student falls in love with a terminally ill classmate.

My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts (1999)

My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts is a 1999 animated short by Torill Kove. Co-produced by Marcy Page of the National Film Board of Canada and Lars Tømmerbakke of Studio Magica in Norway, the film humorously recounts a tall tale about the filmmaker's grandmother in Oslo, Norway, during World War II, who actually ironed the shirts for Norway's King Haakon VII for many years.

The Man Who Bottled Clouds (2008)

A chronicle of composer and politician Humberto Teixeira.

The Wolf Knife (2010)

Lies, jealousy and love complicate the lives of two 16-year-old girls.

Mail Train (1941)

Inspector Hornleigh Goes To It is a 1941 British detective film directed by Walter Forde and starring Gordon Harker, Alastair Sim, Phyllis Calvert and Edward Chapman. It was the third and final film adaptation of the Inspector Hornleigh stories. It was released in America by 20th-Century Fox under the title Mail Train.

Bountiful Summer (1951)

Bountiful Summer is a 1951 Soviet comedy drama film directed by Boris Barnet and starring Nina Arkhipova, Nikolay Kryuchkov and Viktor Dobrovolsky. The film is set on a collective farm in Ukraine.

Dark Is the Night (1945)

Dark Is the Night is a 1945 Soviet war film directed by Boris Barnet.

Daughter (1994)

A young woman suddenly discovers a new morality when she arrives home to find her mother in a compromising situation.

Is the Crown at War with Us? (2002)

Since the 16th century, the Mi'kmaq people of New Brunswick in Canada have managed to live alongside French settlers and their descendants. In 1999, the Canadian Supreme Court rules that a past treaty gives the Mi'kmaq perpetual hunting and fishing rights, regardless of hunting season laws. As the government pushes for new conservation standards, the embattled Mi'kmaq are confronted with violent assaults and vandalization as they struggle to maintain their way of life.

Love in Between (2010)

Love, In Between is a 2010 South Korean film based on the Finnish film Black Ice (2007)..

Otaku (1994)

Manga and anime obesession have an impact on Japanese society.

Booley (2011)

Angus' life is in a downward spiral until he murders anyone who gets in his way.

Hicks on Sticks (2012)

Four skateboarders and two bands put on eight shows in 11 days on a tour in western Canada.

Boris Ryzhy (2009)

An investigation into the suicide of a Russian poet.

An Angel Comes to Brooklyn (1945)

An Angel Comes to Brooklyn is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Leslie Goodwins and written by June Carroll and Stanley Paley. The film stars Kaye Dowd, Robert Duke, David Street, Barbara Perry, Charles Kemper and Marguerite D'Alvarez. The film was released on November 27, 1945, by Republic Pictures.

Rangeelay (2013)

Rangeelay is a 2013 Punjabi movie directed by Navaniat Singh, featuring Jimmy Sheirgill and Neha Dhupia in the lead roles. The movie is produced by Jimmy Shergill in association with Eros International, and it marks Neha Dhupia's debut in Punjabi cinema. The movie was released on 16 May 2013. The film opened to average opening in India and poor opening overseas. Rangeelay was also a critical failure.

Dark Shadows (1944)

A police psychiatrist is enlisted to catch a homicidal killer.

Miracle Money (1938)

Doctors scam patients with a fake cure for cancer.

So You Want to Play the Horses (1946)

Joe McDoakes (George O'Hanlon) tries his luck at the track.

Rumpelstiltskin (1955)

Rumpelstiltskin (German: Rumpelstilzchen) is a 1955 fantasy film directed by Herbert B. Fredersdorf. It stars Werner Krüger as the title character. The film was released in the United States by K. Gordon Murray.

Arson Gang Busters (1938)

Arson Gang Busters is a 1938 American action film directed by Joseph Kane and written by Alex Gottlieb, Norman Burnstine and Joseph Hoffman. The film stars Robert Livingston, Rosalind Keith, Jackie Moran, Warren Hymer, Jack La Rue and Clay Clement. The film was released on March 28, 1938, by Republic Pictures.

Into the Wake (2012)

A man is lured to a remote bridge and gets caught up in a decades-old family feud.

My Vietnam Your Iraq (2011)

Children of Vietnam War veterans serve in Iraq.

Savage Memory (2011)

The legacy of the founding father of British anthropology.

Two Cars, One Night (2003)

Two Cars, One Night is a short film written and directed by Taika Waititi.

40 Days at Base Camp (2011)

Mount Everest seems to be changing from a revered and sacred space to an adventure park.

Day of the Ax (2007)

Grisly ax murders coincide with the escape of a mental patient.

Feeders 2: Slay Bells (1998)

Santa Claus must save the world when aliens invade during Christmas.

Shoot the Moon (2012)

Marcy is going to lose everything, then she has a chance to win a fortune on a national game show. Her faith on the show is tested, as her relationship with her daughter Alice becomes strained.

With Love and Hisses (1927)

With Love and Hisses is a silent comedy short film starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy prior to their official billing as the duo Laurel and Hardy. The team appeared in a total of 107 films between 1921 and 1950

Housebound (2003)

A mysterious creature torments an agoraphobic (Kylene Wetherell).

Shuttlecock Boys (2012)

Shuttlecock Boys is an independent film directed by Hemant Gaba & produced by Pankaj Johar and Hemant Gaba. It's a film made by all first timers in the cast and crew. Most cast are non-actors and didn't have any formal training. The film was shot handheld on 16 mm with sync sound using real locations in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon.

The Tree of Guernica (1975)

The people of a town deal with the Spanish Civil War.

Farm (2010)

Charlie and his brother Simon live off the land after the end of the world.

Ten Minutes of Silence for John Lennon (1980)

A documentary records a ceremony dedicated to Lennon.

Broke (2012)

Musician Will Gray records and releases his debut album, as other artists and executives search for ways to thrive.

Tomie: Another Face (1999)

Tomie: Another Face is a 1999 Japanese horror film directed by Toshirō Inomata. It is based on a manga of the same name by Junji Ito. The film was originally a TV series consisting of three V-cinema episodes, later spliced into a feature film.

Earth Madness (2010)

Luc Moullet explores the causes and consequences of cases of mental disorders in the Southern Alps.

Soodhu Kavvum (2013)

Soodhu Kavum is a 2013 Tamil language black comedy crime film directed by Nalan Kumarasamy. It features Vijay Sethupathi, Bobby Simha, Ashok Selvan, Ramesh Thilak, Karunakaran and Sanchita Shetty in the lead roles. The film was released on 1 May. The main concept is about how silly talk has engulfed people's day-to-day life and modern society. Soodhu Kavvum received positive reviews from critics and became a commercial success.

Her First Mate (1933)

Her First Mate is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by William Wyler and written by Clarence Marks, Earle Snell and H. M. Walker. The film stars Slim Summerville, ZaSu Pitts, Una Merkel, Warren Hymer, Berton Churchill and George F. Marion. The film was released on August 3, 1933, by Universal Pictures.

The Summer of Massacre (2011)

The Summer of Massacre is 2011 anthology horror film written and directed by Joe Castro. It is listed in Guinness World Records as the slasher film with the largest bodycount, at 155.

Serving Up Richard (2011)

Cannibals (Susan Priver, Jude Ciccolella) lure a new victim to their home, but the man (Ross McCall) has no intention of becoming their meal.

Annamalai (1992)

Annamalai may refer to: Annamalai is a honest and popular police officer(IPS) of Karnataka, Currently working as chikamagaluru SP. Annamalai (film), a Tamil cinema film starring Rajinikanth Annamalai Hills, in Tamil Nadu state, India Annamalai University, in Annamalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu, India Arunachaleswara Temple in Thiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu See also: Anaimalai Hills, a trekking destination in the Western Ghats Annamalai is a IPS officer who is known for his honest service in Karnataka police.'

Meet Simon Cherry (1949)

Meet Simon Cherry is a 1949 British mystery film directed by Godfrey Grayson, and an adaptation of the popular BBC radio series Meet the Rev., featuring the crime solving cleric.

Bee People (2014)

Gregg McMahan and Tony Planakis share their stories of bees.

To the Shores of Tripoli (1942)

After being expelled from his academy, wealthy youngster Chris Winters (John Payne) lives it up with his socialite girlfriend, Helene Hunt (Nancy Kelly). But soon his military hero father forces Chris to enlist in the marines. There Chris must overcome his reputation as a spoiled brat to earn the respect of iron-willed Sgt. Dixie Smith (Randolph Scott). Meanwhile, the new recruit struggles to impress Mary Carter (Maureen O'Hara), a beautiful nurse who outranks him.

In/Significant Others (2010)

A homicide ties together several residents in a city.

Watershed: Exploring a New Water Ethic for the New West (2012)

Restoration workers, fisherman and ranchers discuss the future of the world's most dammed and diverted river in the world -- the Colorado River.

Creatures of Destiny (2012)

Restless gods descend to Earth to mingle again with the amusing mortals.

World of Glory (1992)

World of Glory is a 1991 Swedish short film written and directed by Roy Andersson. Its original Swedish title is Härlig är jorden, which means "Lovely is the Earth", and is the Swedish title of the hymn "Fairest Lord Jesus". The narrative portrays a man in white make-up who guides the viewer through his life in a bleakly stylised world. The film was Andersson's critical comeback to cinema, after many years in advertising.

The Echo Murders (1945)

The Echo Murders is a 1945 British thriller film directed by John Harlow and starring David Farrar and Dennis Price. It was one of two films in which David Farrar played Sexton Blake, the other being Meet Sexton Blake (1945), both directed by John Harlow.

Hotel Reserve (1944)

Hotel Reserve is a 1944 spy film starring James Mason as an innocent man caught up in pre-Second World War espionage. It was based on Eric Ambler's novel Epitaph for a Spy. Unusually, it was both directed and produced by a trio: Lance Comfort, Mutz Greenbaum (credited as Max Greene) and Victor Hanbury.

Pablo Picasso: The Legacy of a Genius (1981)

Fellow artists, close relatives and historians speculate and provide insight about Picasso's 13 key artworks.

Easier With Practice (2009)

Easier with Practice is a 2009 American drama film written and directed by Kyle Patrick Alvarez. It stars Brian Geraghty, Kel O'Neill, Marguerite Moreau, Jeanette Brox, Jenna Gavigan and Katie Aselton. The story is based on a 2006 GQ Article written by Davy Rothbart. The film has been nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards, Best First Feature and Someone to Watch Awards.

Lesson Before Love (2014)

Four dissatisfied singles meet up for a night on the town and try to find the love that has thus far eluded them.

Strong! (2012)

As her weightlifting career winds down and she tries to transition into mainstream culture, Olympic medalist Cheryl Haworth has trouble fitting in because of her unusual size.

Peck's Bad Boy (1921)

Peck's Bad Boy is a 1921 American silent comedy film directed by Sam Wood and starring Jackie Coogan, Wheeler Oakman, Doris May, Raymond Hatton, James Corrigan, and Lillian Leighton. It is based on the series of books by George W. Peck. The film was released by Associated First National Pictures on April 24, 1921.

All Dolled Up: A New York Dolls Story (2005)

A documentary follows the tour of the band New York Dolls.

Vishwanath (1978)

Vishwanath is a 1978 Indian Bollywood action film directed by Subhash Ghai and produced by Pawan Kumar. It stars Shatrughan Sinha and Reena Roy in pivotal roles. The film was remade in Telugu as Lawyer Viswanath with N. T. Rama Rao and in Tamil as Naan Mahaan Alla with Rajinikanth.

The Soup, One Morning (2005)

Shizu realizes her lover has become a stranger when he comes home rambling about the karmic life.

Andy Colby's Incredible Adventure (1988)

Andy Colby’s Incredible Adventure is a 1988 child’s science fiction film, directed by Deborah Brock and written by Brock and Jed Horovitz, about a boy who has to travel through several videos and static-filled channels in order to rescue his sister who was snatched into the television because she sat too close to it.

Taking On The Kennedys (1996)

A doctor runs for office and takes on the Kennedy family.

Anne Perry: Interiors (2009)

A murder that happened when she was 15 greatly impacted the author of crime fiction.

Pão de Açúcar (1964)

An American actress (Rhonda Fleming) marries an Argentine coffee grower (Rossano Brazzi), but his frequent absences and strict adherence to native traditions soon cause a rift in their marriage.

The Shame (2009)

Unable to cope with his behavior any longer, a couple decide to return their adoptive son.

Corroboree (2007)

A young actor (Conor O'Hanlon) travels to a remote estate to re-enact the life of a theater director (Ian Scott).

The One (2011)

With his wedding on the horizon, a man (Jon Prescott) begins to question his sexual orientation after a night of carousing with an old college friend (Ian Novick) leads to sex.