Stress Position (2013)
A psychological experiment between two friends goes horribly awry.
Everything Went Down (2013)
Shut off from the world, a widowed young professor bonds with a struggling musician.
Kasak is a 2005 Indian Hindi film. It is the second film that Meera the Pakistani actress has made whilst in Bollywood.
Pappu Can't Dance Saala (2011)
Bickering neighbors are forced to share the same apartment.
Go for It (1976)
An around-the-world survey of exciting outdoor sports including surfing, skiing, hang gliding and mountain climbing.
Ambush is a 1939 American drama film directed by Kurt Neumann and written by Laura Perelman and S. J. Perelman. The film stars Gladys Swarthout, Lloyd Nolan, William "Bill" Henry, William Frawley, Ernest Truex and Broderick Crawford. The film was released on January 20, 1939 by Paramount Pictures.
The Long December (2011)
December survives her family's murder and decides to become a vigilante to hunt down the killers and rid the world of evil people.
Black Nation (2008)
A look at what it means to be a Black Man in America.
Never Die (2013)
When Chayo hears that her mother is dying, she returns to her native village. She takes on everyday chores and reunites with her husband and two children while preparing for the inevitable.
Suzaki Paradise Red Light (1956)
Suzaki Paradise: Akashingō aka Suzaki Paradise Red Light is a 1956 black and white Japanese film drama directed by Yuzo Kawashima.
Twist and Shout (1984)
Twist and Shout (Danish: Tro, håb og kærlighed) is a 1984 Danish drama film directed by Bille August. It was entered into the 14th Moscow International Film Festival where Lars Simonsen won the award for Best Actor. The film was also selected as the Danish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 58th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Dreams That Money Can Buy (1947)
Dreams That Money Can Buy is a 1947 experimental feature color film written, produced, and directed by surrealist artist and dada film-theorist Hans Richter. The film was produced by Kenneth Macpherson and Peggy Guggenheim. Collaborators included Max Ernst, Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, Alexander Calder, Darius Milhaud and Fernand Léger. The film won the Award for the Best Original Contribution to the Progress of Cinematography at the 1947 Venice Film Festival.
The Ideal (2011)
An evil presence at a nearly empty school captures two students and a teacher in its grip.
Stravinsky: Once at a Border... (1982)
The life and work of the influential composer.
Rich Relations (1937)
Rich Relations is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Clifford Sanforth and starring Ralph Forbes, Frances Grant, and Barry Norton. Written by Joseph O'Donnell and based on the novel of the same name by Priscilla Wayne, the film is about a secretary who is romanced by a "ladies' man" unaware that her boss is in love with her. The film was released in the United States on February 1, 1937.
The Impossible Voyage (1904)
The Impossible Voyage, originally released in the US as An Impossible Voyage and in the UK as Whirling the Worlds, is a 1904 French silent film directed by Georges Méliès. Based in part on Jules Verne's play Journey Through the Impossible and modeled in style and format on Méliès's earlier, highly successful A Trip to the Moon, the film is a satire of scientific exploration in which a group of geographers attempt a journey into the interior of the sun.
Le vertige (1926)
Le Vertige is a 1926 French film directed by Marcel l'Herbier.
Around the Pink House (1999)
Around the Pink House (French: Autour de la maison rose / Arabic: البيت الزهري) is a 1999 film co-directed by Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige. It was an international co-production between France, Canada and Lebanon. It was Lebanon's official Best Foreign Language Film submission at the 72nd Academy Awards, but did not manage to receive a nomination.
T is for Teacher (2009)
Four school teachers are followed as they transition from male to female.
A woman regains her sight and realizes her life is ruined.
The Killer Bra (2010)
A ghost lives inside a bra and kills whoever wears it.
No Kidding! Me 2!! (2009)
Filmmaker Joe Pantoliano examines the stigma of mental illness.
Wealthy residents who live above the slums discuss a life where privilege creates its own reality.
They Live in Fear (1944)
They Live in Fear is a 1944 American film starring Otto Kruger.
Beste Gegend (2008)
A widow (Donna Reed) raises difficult children, dates a younger man and renews a romance with an old friend (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.).
The National Tree (2009)
The National Tree is a 2009 American-Canadian family drama television film by Graeme Campbell. It features Andrew McCarthy and Evan Williams as father and son on a road-trip from Oregon to Washington, D.C. transporting their own Sitka Spruce tree on a truck to be planted across from the White House on Thanksgiving. The film was produced and aired by Hallmark Channel.
Anna Nicole (2013)
The Anna Nicole Story is an American biographical drama television film about late actress and Playboy Playmate Anna Nicole Smith. The film stars Agnes Bruckner as Smith and was distributed by Lifetime Movie Network. It premiered on June 29, 2013.
Toute la mémoire du monde (1956)
Toute la mémoire du monde is a documentary short film by Alain Resnais released in 1956.
Train of Shadows (1997)
An homage to origins of cinema told through the disappearance of French photographers in the 1920s.
News Items (1983)
News Items (French: Faits divers) is a 1983 French documentary film, directed by Raymond Depardon, about daily life at police station in the fifth arrondissement of Paris. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1983 Cannes Film Festival.
There Was Once... (2011)
A teacher in Kalocsa, Hungary, discovers a lost Jewish community and organizes a memorial.
You Can't Fool Your Wife (1940)
You Can't Fool Your Wife is a 1940 American comedy film directed by Ray McCarey and written by Jerome Cady. The film stars Lucille Ball, James Ellison, Robert Coote, Virginia Vale, Emma Dunn and Elaine Shepard. The film was released on May 21, 1940, by RKO Pictures.
Cheyenne Roundup (1943)
Cheyenne Roundup is a 1943 American Western film directed by Ray Taylor and written by Elmer Clifton and Bernard McConville. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Tex Ritter, Fuzzy Knight, Jennifer Holt, Harry Woods and Roy Barcroft. The film was release on April 12, 1943, by Universal Pictures.
Bad Day (2008)
Bad Day is an independent British film starring Claire Goose, Donna Air, Sarah Harding, Anthony Ofoegbu and Robbie Gee. It is the latest feature film from director Ian David Diaz, whose past films include The Killing Zone, Dead Room and Fallen Angels.
It's Love Again (1936)
Peter is instantly attracted to Elaine, a young actress and introduces himself. As the gossip columnist on a paper, he decides to invent a new and mysterious celebrity to write about. His invention is Mrs Smythe-Smythe, a white beauty from India whose social calendar becomes very sought-after news. She becomes a celebrity, and Elaine seizes the opportunity to impersonate her to gain attention. When Peter finds out that his imaginary star has appeared in person, he is mystified. Meanwhile Elaine is unaware that Peter is in fact the writer behind the character!
From the Back of the Room (2011)
Filmmaker Amy Oden chronicles women's contributions to DIY punk music.
La Tropical (2002)
Filmmaker David Turnley highlights the importance of dance and music in the barrios of Havana.
Taki no shiraito (1933)
The Water Magician is a 1933 black and white Japanese silent film directed by Kenji Mizoguchi and based on a story by Kyōka Izumi. It is one of the most popular titles from the silent film work of Mizoguchi and tells a tragic love story which realistically depicts the beauty and strength of the women of the Meiji period. It is currently available with benshi accompaniment.
Men in Hope (2011)
Men in Hope is a 2011 Czech romantic comedy-sex comedy film written and directed by Jiří Vejdělek.
Miss Leslie's Dolls (1973)
A gay drag queen hunts down and kills women in a city.
The Raw Natural (2012)
Professional athletes reach peak performance and untapped potential using raw food nutrition.
Little Ghostly Adventures of Tofu Boy (2011)
Other yokias intimidate a yokai monster that is too timid and nonthreatening.
Hawaii: A Voice for Sovereignty (2009)
Native Hawaiians discuss social, economic and ecological issues that threaten their culture.
The Bengali Detective (2011)
A private detective and his team investigate multiple crimes in India while training to compete as dancers on a televised talent show.
Las Vegas Weekend (1986)
A computer whiz with a foolproof method for winning at blackjack takes on the gaming tables in Las Vegas.
Two in One (2007)
Two in One is a film of 2007 by Russian-Ukrainian director Kira Muratova, starring Renata Litvinova, Natalia Buzko, Bogdan Stupka and Alexander Bashirov. The film unites two different screenplays written by Yevgeny Golubenko and Renata Litvinova.
Famous Monster: Forrest J Ackerman (2007)
The life of a science fiction fan, Forrest J. Ackerman.
Date with a Kidnapper (1976)
A criminal (Jack Canon) encounters odd characters after abducting the daughter (Leslie Ann Rivers) of a wealthy man.
The Silent Passenger (1935)
The Silent Passenger is a British black-and-white mystery film produced in 1935 at Ealing Studios, London. This was the first film outing for novelist Dorothy L. Sayers' fictional amateur sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey. It was based on an original story written by Sayers specifically for the screen. Her amateur sleuth was portrayed as a somewhat eccentric imbecile who solved murders in spite of himself.
Most Likely (2015)
During a weekend getaway to celebrate a marriage, old friends are tested when new relationships develop.
The Apprentices (1995)
The Apprentices (French: Les apprentis) is a 1995 French comedy film directed by Pierre Salvadori.
Cactus is a 2008 Australian mystery-thriller film, it is the directing debut for Jasmine Yuen-Carrucan.
Animal Behavior (1989)
Animal Behavior is a 1989 comedy film directed by Jenny Bowen and Kjehl Rasmussen and starring Karen Allen, Armand Assante, and Holly Hunter.
Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (1942)
Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch is a 1942 American comedy-drama film, directed by Norman Taurog,[clarification needed] and based on the 1901 novel of the same name by Alice Hegan Rice. Directed by Ralph Murphy, the film stars Fay Bainter.
Mrs. Fitzherbert (1950)
Mrs. Fitzherbert, also known as Princess Fitz and A Court Secret, is a rarely seen 1947 British historical drama film directed by Montgomery Tully and starring Peter Graves, Joyce Howard and Leslie Banks. It depicts the relationship between George IV and Maria Fitzherbert.
Operation Marriage (2014)
Two young siblings try to get their lesbian moms married before Proposition 8 passes in California.
Bloodlust: Subspecies III (1994)
Still in the thrall of the evil vampire Radu, Michelle yearns to be taught the skills of the vampire. Meanwhile, her sister Becky tries to free her from his evil clutches, and this time, she’s brought some help.
Tito's Glasses (2014)
Actress Adriana Altaras goes on a journey to find a country that no longer exists.
Legend of a Rabbit: The Martial of Fire (2015)
Legend of a Rabbit: The Martial of Fire is a 2015 Chinese animated action adventure film directed by Ma Yuan and Dong Dake, the sequel to Legend of a Rabbit. It was released on February 21, 2015.
The Last of Philip Banter (1986)
A young man (Scott Paulin) in Madrid has an unhappy wife (Irene Miracle) and a strange manuscript he does not remember typing.
The Girl on the Train (2009)
The Girl on the Train (French: La fille du RER) is a 2009 French drama film directed by André Téchiné, starring Emilie Dequenne, Catherine Deneuve and Michel Blanc. The plot centers on an aimless girl who lies about being the victim of a hate crime.
Capital Punishment (1991)
A DEA agent's (Gary Daniels) task to get a new drug off the street puts him on a collision course with a corrupt cop (David Carradine) and a drug lord (Tadashi Yamashita).
Cement Suitcase (2014)
Franklin, a successful wine salesman, hates his life and knows that his girlfriend has been cheating on him. When he meets the other man -- who turns out to be a terrific person -- Franklin decides it is time to let go of baggage.
Laddie is a 1940 American film directed by Jack Hively with Tim Holt in the title role. It was based on the novel by Gene Stratton-Porter which had been filmed by RKO previously in 1935.
The Battle of Orgreave (2002)
A reconstruction of the battle between miners and policeman.
Built On Narrow Land (2013)
A glimpse into a brief period of time in Cape Cod when Bauhaus architecture was married to seaside New England style.
Run to Ground (2010)
The normal lives of three people in a rundown town are violently interrupted.
Lace is a 1928 Soviet silent film directed by Sergei Yutkevich and starring Nina Shaternikova, Konstantin Gradopolov and Boris Tenin. The film is based on the story "Wall-news" written by Mark Kolosov.
The Last Day of Summer (1958)
The Last Day of Summer (Polish: Ostatni dzień lata) is a 1958 romantic drama film directed by the Polish film director Tadeusz Konwicki.
Tangled 8 (2015)
People from diverse social backgrounds, races and ages manage grief through its different phases.
Heart of Time (2009)
A young woman falls for a revolutionary.
The Rooster of St-Victor (2014)
The residents of a prosperous town hate the mayor's famous rooster.
The Best of Enemies (1961)
The Best of Enemies (I due nemici) is a 1961 Italian film directed by Guy Hamilton and Alessandro Blasetti set during the World War II East African Campaign, but filmed in Israel. It stars David Niven, Alberto Sordi and Michael Wilding. It was nominated for three Golden Globe awards in 1963.
A typical day at a night club in Elharam street turns out to be not so typical when a terrorist disguised as a drunk decides to blow up the building.
The Last Barn Dance (2014)
Randy Lewis struggles to keep his dairy farm going.
Children of Eve (1915)
A cannery owner learns the error of his ways when a women injured in a fire turns out to be his daughter.
The Auction House: A Tale of Two Brothers (2014)
Two brothers work to save their family business, the oldest auction house in India.
Ana Ana (2014)
The inner world of four young creative Egyptian women.
Lucky Luke: The Daltons on the Run (1983)
Cowboy Lucky tracks outlaw brothers with his horse, Jolly Jumper, and dog, Bushwhack.
The Appointment (1981)
A man disappoints his daughter on the day of her first violin solo, prompting psychokinetic terror.
Neither Eve Nor Adam (1997)
After a misunderstanding with the police, two young outcasts (Guillaume Verdier, Morgane Hainaux) escape to a deserted farm.
The Go Masters (1982)
Young Chinese Kuang Yishan (Sun Daolin), an apt player of the ancient strategy game Go, is sent to Japan to study with one of its great masters, Rinsaku Matsunami (Rentar Mikuni). Through Matsunami's tutelage, the boy grows into a champion. But during World War II, he's forced to swear allegiance to Japan. When his son with a local woman is killed in combat, he attempts to get revenge through the game, challenging his former master to a match that lasts for more than three decades.
Tito On Ice (2012)
Max Andersson and Lars Sjunnesson tour former Yugoslavia countries with a mummified effigy of Marshal Tito in a refrigerator.
We Are Not Alone (1939)
We Are Not Alone (1939) is a drama film about a doctor who hires a woman as a nanny for his son. When his wife becomes jealous, tragedy consumes all involved. The film is based on the novel of the same name by James Hilton, who adapted his novel with Milton Krims.
A teacher and a principal find love in the chaos of school.
Shadows of Death (1945)
Shadows of Death is a 1945 American western film directed by Sam Newfield.
The Boneyard Collection (2008)
An anthology of four separate short films.
Rogues Gallery (1944)
Rogues' Gallery is a 1944 American film directed by Albert Herman.
Untamed Heiress (1954)
Untamed Heiress is a 1954 American comedy film directed by Charles Lamont and written by Barry Shipman. The film stars Judy Canova, Don "Red" Barry, George Cleveland, Taylor Holmes, Chick Chandler and Jack Kruschen. The film was released on April 1, 1954, by Republic Pictures.
Blondie's Big Deal (1949)
Blondie's Big Deal is a 1949 black and white comedy film and is the twenty-fifth of the 28 Blondie films.
Midsummer Night's Tango (2013)
Three Argentine musicians travel to Finland in their hunt for the origins of tango music.
The Flying Fool (1929)
The Flying Fool is a 1929 sound aviation picture produced and distributed by Pathé Exchange. Tay Garnett directed and William Boyd starred.
Lethal Ninja (1992)
A former CIA agent (Ross Kettle) heads to Africa to save his scientist wife (Karyn Hill) from a killer holding her captive.
The Old Curiosity Shop (1911)
The Old Curiosity Shop is a 1911 American silent short drama film produced by the Thanhouser Company. The film is an adaptation of The Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens that was limited to the time constrictions of the single reel format. The film focuses on the grandfather who gambles into poverty and the consequences which eventually claim the life of Little Nell. Its survival and attribution as a Thanhouser film was noted by Kamilla Elliott in her 2003 book Rethinking the Novel/Film Debate under the title Little Nell. In 2012, the work was confirmed to be a Thanhouser production at the Pordenone Silent Film Festival. The identification of the film as Little Nell arose due to head of the film having been lost.
It Happened in '43 (1960)
Long Night in 1943, The Long Night of '43 or It Happened in '43 is an Italian film of 1960 set in Ferrara, in the Italian Social Republic Nazi puppet state during the late stages of WW2. It was directed by Florestano Vancini and adapted by Vancini, Ennio De Concini and Pier Paolo Pasolini from a short story by Giorgio Bassani. The film stars Enrico Maria Salerno, Gino Cervi, Belinda Lee, Gabriele Ferzetti and Andrea Checchi.
Social Genocide (2004)
Social Genocide (Spanish: Memoria del saqueo) is a 2004 Argentine documentary film directed by Fernando Solanas. The film highlights numerous political, financial, social and judicial aspects that mark out Argentina's road to ruin.
The Uninvited (1969)
A wife leaves her husband when he returns from a trip with a young woman. Her boss takes her to the Côte d'Azur and invites her to stay in his marital home.
After a wild bachelor party, groom-to-be Adam wakes up next to a hooker. Infidelity is the least of his worries when he discovers the hooker is dead.
Tin Soldiers (2015)
Tin Soldiers follows the lives of Paralympic Gold medalist, Alana Nichols, double amputee and soon to be Paralympian, Zach Ruhl, WCMX rider Quinn Waitley, and others. This is a film about believing in yourself through adaptation.
The Internship Games (2015)
Six students from different colleges are too busy competing for an internship with Econo Air to notice the chaos going on around them.