Filmmaker Carole Laganière explores the various forms of absence and its impact on people's lives.
Dracula 3D (2012)
Count Dracula (Thomas Kretschmann) wants to sink his fangs into Mina Harker (Marta Gastini), who resembles the vampire's late wife.
Louis Prima: The Wildest! (1999)
This lively documentary looks at the life of renowned pop/jazz performer Louis Prima. Revisiting Prima's Italian-American upbringing in New Orleans, the film follows the singer and trumpeter's musical career, which shifted from jazz and swing to more accessible pop. During each phase of Prima's decades-long artistic run, his music was defined by his boisterous persona, endearing him to a legion of fans. Among those interviewed are family members and a number of his musical peers.
A stranger shows up in a Texas town in 1955. His name is Jack Cabe (John Travolta), and he's been hired as the music teacher at the Benedict Boys Home. Before long, he's upsetting the institution's staid atmosphere by giving his students a primer in rock 'n' roll. Cabe's fresh approach captures the interest of local misfit Jesse Tucker (James Walters), but earns him the rancor of school bigwig Eugene Benedict (Richard Jordan). As his profile rises, Cabe risks exposing a secret from his past.
14 Women (2007)
Capitalizing on family relationships with two of the documentary subjects, the filmmakers (Mary Lambert, Nicole Boxer, Sharon Oreck) behind "14 Women" offer an exclusive look into the world of the 14 female senators elected to the 109th U.S. Congress. Conducting interviews with the congresswomen, the film offers insight into the obstacles of gender and the different roles these women have to play, from politician to mother to wife. Annette Benning narrates.
Good Morning Heartache (2008)
A filmmaker (Stefano Fresi) realizes that he is in love with his friend's wife (Alba Rohrwacher), as he and his partner document the end of the friend's marriage.
La Salada (2014)
In a bustling market outside of Buenos Aires, a Bolivian immigrant becomes friends with a Korean immigrant.
Wink des Himmels (2005)
An engaged architect (Elisabeth Lanz) befriends an introverted widower (Helmut Zierl) and his 7-year-old son (Ludwig Zimmeck).
Dans un océan d'images (2013)
Helen Doyle forces people to look deeper at the outside world.
The Chef, The Actor, The Scoundrel (2013)
Four Chinese agents capture a Japanese scientist during the second Sino-Japanese War to retrieve the cure for a cholera outbreak.
Brothers of the Black List (2014)
The longest litigated civil rights case in American history starts after police use a list of black college students to search for a criminal.
Based on an ancient Shaolin Temple legend, a cast of 20 ordained soldier monks display their tremendous physical skills on stage in the ultimate display of physical prowess.
Cagney & Lacey: Together Again (1995)
The detectives (Tyne Daly, Sharon Gless) probe the murder of a homeless man who terrorized a middle-class neighborhood.
Looking For An Echo (2000)
A former teen idol (Armand Assante) watches his middle child struggle with starting a rock band, while his youngest daughter battles leukemia.
How to Swim (1942)
Goofy's plans to give a swimming lesson and enjoy a day at the beach go awry.
Dream Machine (1991)
An heiress gives a Colorado fraternity pledge (Corey Haim) a Porsche 911, with her husband's corpse in the trunk.
Command Action (2015)
A boy buys vegetables for his family at a market, and three bullies dare him to steal a toy.
Game Of Death (1978)
An actor (Bruce Lee) shot by gangsters fakes his death, has plastic surgery and seeks kung-fu revenge.
The Boneyard (1991)
A policeman (Ed Nelson) and a psychic (Deborah Rose) link cult mayhem to a morgue where ancient ghouls are on the loose.
Blue & Malone, imaginary detectives (2013)
A little girl hires imaginary detectives to find out why her brother won't play with her.
Savage serial killer Chambers (James Binkley) is arrested by Sheriff Berger (Robert Englund) and sentenced to death in the electric chair. After his execution, it seems the world is a little safer -- until the body is brought to the hospital morgue, where it's reanimated by a murderous demon. The possessed Chambers sets his sights on Sara (Meredith Henderson), a suicidal teen in the hospital, while Walter (Nathan Stephenson), another young patient from the ward, tries to protect her.
So This Is Washington (1943)
Trying to do his patriotic duty, store owner Abner (Norris Goff) develops a new formula for a rubber compound. He presents his findings to his friend Lum (Chester Lauck), and they decide the discovery must be presented to the nation's leaders. So they leave their little Arkansas town for Washington, D.C. Once they arrive, they find that common sense is in short supply among politicians, though Civilian Aid office head Chester Marshall (Alan Mowbray) does find their invention intriguing.
Ultracop 2000 (1992)
A band of law enforcers must stop an interplanetary outlaw from killing people on Earth.
It Happens Every Thursday (1953)
Bob MacAvoy (John Forsythe) and his pregnant wife, Jane (Loretta Young), are tired of the hectic life they lead in New York City. Bob abandons his successful position as a reporter to move with Jane to a little town in California, where he buys the struggling weekly newspaper. Their city ways clash with the traditional small-town mores of their new neighbors. Bob then orchestrates a scheme to increase circulation, which only gets the hopelessly cosmopolitan couple into more trouble.
This Is Exile: Diaries of Child Refugees (2015)
Children who have fled from the violence in Syria tell their stories.
Sinatra Being Frank (2015)
A retrospective of the performer from the people who knew him well.
Bella and Milo race to get Milo's brother, Leo, from jail to a rehab clinic before 8 p.m., or he will go to prison for three years.
Swedish detective Martin Beck hunts a murderous pedophile who finds his victims through the Internet.
Three Live Ghosts (1936)
Three pals in a concentration camp are thought to be dead by the people in their hometown.
Gospel According to Harry (1994)
A couple's marriage slowly disintegrates.
Chilling Visions: 5 States of Fear (2014)
Five short films: "Ego Death," "Separation," "Mutilation," "Extinction" and "Loss of Autonomy."
Conflict of Wings (1954)
Norfolk villagers (John Gregson, Muriel Pavlow) oppose the British air force using their bird sanctuary for target practice.
Maja Steinansikt (1996)
A child schemes to get rid of her father's girlfriend and reunite him with her mother.
If You Love Me Follow Me (2005)
A successful doctor grows bored with his comfortable life and decides to give up everything to start a rock band.
La Cucaracha (1934)
A woman (Steffi Duna) resorts to sabotage to prevent a dancer (Don Alvarado) from landing another gig.
Love, Speed and Thrills (1915)
Chaos strikes when an injured man (Chester Conklin) flirts with a married woman (Minta Durfee).
Alag Alag (1985)
Shortly after Chandni and Neeraj think they are settled in life, they soon realize that is not the case.
Dam Street (2005)
Yun is shunned when she becomes pregnant in school, and her mother gives the child up for adoption. When Yun tutors a boy 10 years later, her mother discovers he is Yun's son.
Life with Henry (1940)
Teenage Henry Aldrich (Jackie Cooper) tries to earn $100 for a trip to Alaska.
Blue Tornado (1991)
An Air Force squadron leader (Dirk Benedict) investigates the disappearance of jets near a mysterious mountain.
The Crime of Doctor Crespi (1935)
A mad surgeon (Erich von Stroheim) drugs his rival, who is then buried alive; two colleagues (Dwight Frye, Paul Guilfoyle) dig him up.
The Closet (1966)
A man and a woman live in a clothes closet.
John Giorno sleeps for five hours.
A doctor (Tony Curtis) transfers a slain woman's brain waves to a San Francisco housewife (Suzanna Love) in a coma.
Beyond the Rising Moon (1990)
A genetically engineered female (Tracy Davis) teams with a space trader (Hans Bachmann) to salvage an alien spacecraft.
Phase Me Up (2014)
A sci-fi fan is approached by an alien visitor for an important mission.
Never Too Late (1935)
A detective hunts a pack of jewel thieves while a woman gets caught up in the crime trying to protect her sister.
Amit and Sheela Srivastav witness an attempted murder as they are driving to a party one night. Their arrival scares off the assailant, whose face they do not see, and they take the unconscious man to the hospital. Here begins their nightmare, as they start to receive threatening phone calls. They start to realize how much danger they're in when their dog is killed. Will their son be next?
Dyke Hard (2015)
A billionaire with an army of ninjas, cyborgs and roller derby girls will stop at nothing to keep a lesbian rock band from reaching the city.
Robert Wise: American Filmmaker (2013)
The life and work of Academy-Award winning director Robert Wise.
Necessary Evil: Super-Villains of DC Comics (2013)
Zack Snyder, Guillermo del Toro and others shine a light on DC Comics' infamous rogues gallery, which includes such characters as Lex Luthor, the Joker and Doomsday.
After the young people abandon their French village for the city, middle-aged poacher Panturle (Gabriel Gabrio) longs to revive the area. Soon a knife grinder, Gedemus (Fernandel), arrives at the village with his companion, young Arsule (Orane Demazis), whom he treats harshly. Arsule stays with him out of desperation, but when he discovers Panturle shares his dream of restoring the land, he escapes from Gedemus and joins the older villagers in an effort to realize their vision.
Bill Maher: I'm Swiss (2005)
Comic Bill Maher discusses politics and American social issues in an offhand, humorous manner.
Champagne Waltz (1937)
In Vienna, a new jazz club featuring American trumpeter Buzzy Bellew (Fred MacMurray) threatens the existence of its neighbor, the Waltz Palace, run by Franz Strauss (Fritz Leiber) and featuring his granddaughter, singer Elsa (Gladys Swarthout). Smitten by Elsa, Buzzy hides his identity and association with the club -- whose owner (Jack Oakie) intends to buy out the Palace property. When Elsa accidentally learns who Buzzy really is, it appears he may have to return to America alone.
The Ghost of Yotsuya (1959)
A ghost rises from the grave to seek revenge on the husband (Shigeru Amachi) who killed her.
Blood of the Executioner (1963)
An executioner and his son, who has been charged as a traitor, together try to expose the cunning Grand Inquisitor.
The Offering (2011)
A sheriff is forced into a web of death and intrigue after her daughter is kidnapped by a killer.
An escaped prisoner (Tak Sakaguchi) and a mysterious young woman (Chieko Misaka) face an onslaught of indestructible undead fighters in Japan's Forest of Resurrection.
Hungry Hearts (1922)
A family of Russian Jews living in New York struggles to survive, while the mother strives to better their lives, but she finds that most of her efforts costs more then they are worth.
Silver on the Sage (1939)
Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) pins rustling on a casino owner and his twin brother (Stanley Ridges).
The Russian Singer (1993)
A Danish diplomat (Ole Lemmeke) and a Russian colonel (Elena Butenko) link a sex scandal to politics in Moscow.
No Way Out (1972)
A syndicate contract killer lashes out in a fury of retaliation against his boss for the murders of his wife and child.
3-Minute Activists: The Soul of Slam (2014)
Performance poets have thought provoking conversations on the activist roots of spoken-word poetry.
In the Nick of Time (1991)
Santa Claus (Lloyd Bridges) has seven days to find a replacement or his holiday tradition will be lost forever.
60 Going On 12 (2013)
When Charles retires, he and his pal Pierrot decide to have more fun than is strictly legal.
Attention, Turtle! (1970)
When a boy falls ill, his pet turtle needs to be rescued from two cruel boys who want to see if they can break its shell.
Massacre at Noon (1975)
In World War II-era Serbia, German armies kill 100 hostages as punishment for any German soldier's death.
The Fear: Halloween Night (1999)
The murderous spirit of a young man's (Gordon Currie) father possesses a wooden mannequin that is supposed to take away fear.
The Space Movie (1980)
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the moon landing, director Tony Palmer traces the history of America's space program, from the earliest stages of rocket development tests during the 1920s to the lunar missions of the 1960s and 1970s. Using archive footage and recorded conversations from the NASA archives, Palmer chronicles all aspects of space missions, including preparation, takeoff, spacewalks and finally Apollo 11's arrival on the moon.
The Face Reader (2013)
A Korean face-reader learns of a prince's plan to seize his country's throne.
Sea Scouts (1939)
Donald takes his nephews out in a large sailboat, and the inexperienced crew has trouble dealing with a hungry shark.
Tupac Shakur: Thug Angel (2002)
Friends and fellow musicians, including Snoop Dogg and Suge Knight, reflect on the life, music and violent death of the rapper and actor.
Rejanne Padovani (1973)
A Canadian contractor (Luce Guilbault) builds a superhighway while dealing with an ex-wife and corruption.
Deadly Stranger (1988)
A planter's (John Vernon) mistress (Darlanne Fluegel) tempts a drifter (Michael J. Moore) in her plot to loot a union exploiting pepper pickers.
Six people are inexplicably transported to a remote cabin with a nearby graveyard and a carved statue with three demonic entities trapped inside.
Boothill Brigade (1937)
A cowboy (Johnny Mack Brown) uses his fists to save squatters from a land-grabber.
Witching & Bitching (2013)
Jewel thieves flee into the Basque forests and are captured by a coven of witches.
Nine desperate survivors of a nuclear holocaust must decide whether to die in their shelter or face the unknown terrors of the outside world.
Keeper of the City (1991)
Chicago mobsters are being slain by a celebrated killer (Anthony LaPaglia) only a detective (Louis Gossett Jr.) seems eager to catch.
Flash Gordon: Trip to Mars (1938)
After a deadly ray from Mars disrupts the earth's atmosphere, scientists Flash Gordon (Buster Crabbe) and Dr. Zarkov (Frank Shannon) take a rocket ship to Mars along with Dale Arden (Jean Rogers) -- and a stowaway reporter. In the Valley of Desolation, Flash and his friends are confronted by evil Emperor Ming (Charles Middleton) as they seek to destroy the deadly ray. The group is pursued to a cave, where they discover the long-suffering native Clay People, who help them in their quest.
The Spell (1977)
A distraught mother must cope with her embittered daughter who has the ability to cause "accidents" to happen.
The MC: Why We Do It (2005)
Jay-Z, MC Lyte, 50 Cent and other top rap artists discuss their music, their inspiration, and fame from their unique point of view.
Twists Of Terror (1997)
In three stories, people's everyday lives are turned upside down. Joe (Carl Marotte) and Amy (Jennifer Rubin) are on a date when they get into a car crash. They flag down Darien (Christopher Heyerdahl), whose promise of help turns out to be empty. Later, Crenshaw (Nick Mancuso) gets bitten by a dog, and his trip to a clinic turns into a cat-and-mouse game with a mysterious nurse (Jayne Heitmeyer). Finally, Cindy (Francoise Robertson) goes on a date with Barry (Andrew Jackson) that turns deadly.
Filmmaker Kristi Jacobson profiles her grandfather, Bernard "Toots" Shor, arguably New York City's premier restaurateur/saloonkeeper in the 1940s and 50s. Arriving in New York from South Philadelphia at the age of 18, Toots began as a speakeasy bouncer, but had his own place by 1940. Toots named his establishment after himself, and his patrons included writers, actors, athletes, politicians and mobsters. Frank Gifford, Joe Garagiola, Gay Talese and others share memories of the man and his bar.
A man from the Republic of Georgia survives World War II and transforms a small coastal town in California with his passion for art, music and living.
Fyra veckor i juni (2005)
Sentenced to a work-release program for attacking her boyfriend, Sandra must toil in a remote Swedish factory, where she meets and bonds with an old Jewish lady until she uncovers World War II love letters of the woman's that may end their relationship.
Dixie Lanes (1988)
A post-World War II black marketeer (Karen Black) hides her nephew from his father's (Hoyt Axton) family curse of bad luck.
A 20th-century professor (Urbano Barberini) and a desert beauty (Rebecca Ferratti) fight a high priest (Oliver Reed) in a never-never land.
The Pristine Coast (2014)
Filmmaker Scott Renyard links the crash of fish species on the Canadian coast to diseases from fish farms.
The Day After Peace (2008)
A man attempts to create a global peace day.
We Came Home (2013)
Afghan-American musician Ariana Delawari spends 10 years documenting her father's homeland.
The Devil on Horseback (1936)
A man (Del Campo) woos a woman (Lili Damita) through songs.
The Kid from Texas (1950)
Rancher Jameson (Shepperd Strudwick) takes a shine to outlaw Billy the Kid (Audie Murphy) and gives him a job as a hired hand. But trouble follows Billy everywhere, and, when thugs working for a rival rancher kill Jameson in an ambush, the young gunslinger decides to take out every man responsible for his boss's death. Over the next two years, Billy guns down the culprits one by one, always staying just out of the law's reach -- until Sheriff Pat Garrett (Frank Wilcox) catches up with him.
Pulling Strings (2013)
Rachel, a diplomatic consul, passes out on a street in Mexico City after a night of drinking. She is rescued by Alejandro, a single father whose visa she rejected the day before, and sparks fly between the two.
Rockabilly Baby (1957)
A fan dancer (Virginia Field) and her teens start over in a new town with water polo, clubs and romance.
The Nameless (1999)
Claudia (Emma Vilarasau) and Marc (Brendan Price) are horrified and heartbroken when their young daughter's body is found mutilated. Several years later, Claudia gets a call from a young woman who could be her child. Claudia then launches an investigation involving a detective, Massera (Karra Elejalde), and a reporter, Quiroga (Tristn Ulloa). Their target -- a satanic cult, which may be holding and torturing the girl, and whose members could subject all involved in the case to dire fates.
El Perro Malagradecido (2003)
Childhood friends become enemies after one turns to drug trafficking.
Man from Cheyenne (1942)
A government agent (Roy Rogers) stops Wyoming rustlers led by a big-city vixen.
Julio and His Angel (1996)
A young boy escapes from the slavery of an orphanage and receives help from a guardian angel.
Souls of Sin (1949)
A young actress leaves her home in the South for the bright lights of Harlem.