Kills on Wheels (2016)

Kills on Wheels (Hungarian: Tiszta szívvel) is a 2016 Hungarian comedy film directed by Attila Till. It was selected as the Hungarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 89th Academy Awards but it was not nominated.

The Hidden Hand: Alien Contact and the Government Cover-Up (2013)

Filmmaker James Carman examines UFO sightings, alien abductions and secret cover-ups by interviewing experts and witnesses of events.

Reach for the SKY (2015)

Students and teachers prepare for South Korea's annual national exam.

Lion (2015)

A struggling street artist falls in love with a successful publicist who's rapidly climbing the ranks of her company. He begins to feel uncomfortable in the relationship, realizing she outearns him by a large margin.

Brats (1930)

Brats is a 1930 Laurel and Hardy comedy short. The film was directed by James Parrott. Laurel and Hardy play dual roles as their own children. It also inspired a helper group for the Michigan tent for The Sons of the Desert, which is composed of all the child members of the tent. This is the first of only three films where the boys each play a dual role: the second is Twice Two and the third and last is Our Relations.

Broken (2016)

Desperate to escape her broken past, a woman (Morjana Alaoui) settles in England and becomes the caregiver of a tetraplegic patient (Mel Raido).

Storm Rider Clash of the Evils (2008)

Storm Rider Clash of the Evils is a Chinese animated feature film directed by Dante Lam and produced by Puzzle Animation Studio Limited and Shanghai Media Group. It is based on the manhua series Fung Wan by Ma Wing-shing.

Stelvio. Crocevia della Pace (2015)

The Stelvio Pass in the Italian Alps offers a breathtaking landscape and summer skiing, but just 100 years ago, it was the highest and coldest battlefield of World War I.

David (2015)

Suffocated by his overprotective parents, a troubled young man decides to leave the security of his family to find his place in life.

Making a Killing: Guns, Greed, and the NRA (2016)

This documentary tells the stories of how guns, and the billions of dollars made off from them, affect the lives of everyday Americans. It features personal stories from people across the country who have been affected by gun violence, including survivors and victims' families and exposes how the powerful gun companies and the NRA are resisting responsible legislation for the sake of profit -- and thereby putting people in danger.

City of Trees (2015)

City of Trees is a 2015 independent documentary film, directed by Brandon Kramer and produced by Meridian Hill Pictures in association with Kartemquin Films and Magic Labs Media. City of Trees follows two years in the life of trainees and directors in the Washington Parks and People DC Green Corps, a green job training program funded by an American Recovery & Reinvestment Act grant. The film takes place primarily in Wards 1, 7 and 8 in Washington, DC. The film premiered at the 2015 American Conservation Film Festival on October 5, 2015 and on the PBS/World Channel series America ReFramed on April 19, 2016.

River of Exploding Durians (2014)

River of Exploding Durians is a 2014 Malaysian drama film directed by Edmund Yeo. It is his first full-length film. It follows the high school students and their history teacher as they fight against the construction of a potentially radioactive rare earth plant. The film had its world premiere at the 2014 Tokyo International Film Festival, where it was competed for the main prize.

It Was in May (1970)

It Was in May is a 1970 Soviet drama film directed by Marlen Khutsiev that depicts first weeks after the war had ended.

Divertimento (2002)

An insecure actor (Federico Luppi) seeks mentoring advice from a legendary performer (Francisco Rabal) who is unwilling to part with it.

Toz Bezi (2015)

Two Kurdish cleaning women living in Istanbul try to survive. Nesrin tries to make ends meet with her daughter and understand why her husband left her, and Hatun dreams of buying a house someday.

Tell Me Lies (1968)

Tell Me Lies is a 1968 British drama film directed and produced by Peter Brook. Based on a play by Denis Cannan called US, it stars Mark Jones, Pauline Munro, Eric Allan, and Robert Langdon Lloyd. The film was shot in London in the summer of 1967 and starred actors under contract to the Royal Shakespeare Company. The film is based on the American involvement in the Vietnam War and was highly controversial at the time of its release.

Pitcairn Island Today (1935)

A visit to Pitcairn Island in the South Pacific Ocean shows that life for the residents has changed little over the years.

The Nightless City (2014)

A woman finds herself completely unable to sleep after the Fukushima incident.

The Lessee (2016)

Life gets complicated for a young married couple when they acquire two roommates.

Eat (2001)

Shenanigans at a fancy restaurant.

Unakkul Naan (2016)

Unakkul Naan [I'm Within You] is a 2015 Tamil film directed by Venkatesh Kumar G.

Bickerman's Grove (2016)

Old Tucker Herman is told that he will not be the one to light the tree at this year's tree lighting ceremony, but he will have to choose his son or son-in-law to perform the task. He hatches a dark scheme that pits two families against each other, the victor inheriting his substantial fortune. Shenanigans ensue as both families become entwined in each other's lives and deaths. As ghosts, they see the error of their ways and learn to get along before the end of the tree lighting ceremony.

Smash Your Baggage (1932)

Porters perform in a train station to raise money for an injured colleague.

Tommy (2007)

Once a famous ballet dancer, an embittered man spends all of his time alone in a house he has named after himself.

23 Kilometres (2015)

In Lebanon's Bekaa Valley, an Armenian man with late-stage Parkinson's takes one last journey.

First Lady of the Revolution (2016)

First Lady of the Revolution is a 2016 feature-length documentary film about former first lady of Costa Rica Henrietta Boggs. The documentary is a Spark Media film and was directed and produced by Andrea Kalin.

Magicians: Life in the Impossible (2016)

MAGICIANS follows four world-class magicians on stage and off, exploring how and why these characters so passionately dedicate their lives to the craft of illusion. Their journey takes us from the most humbling of road gigs to grand performances on the biggest of stages, from finding love to terrible personal loss; and to the prospect of losing everything for a dream others don’t understand.

California Dreams (2015)

Four women try to gain recognition in Hollywood.

Blue Turquoise (2016)

An escaped patient from a mental asylum returns home to terrorize his twin brother with gruesome crimes he starts to commit during the holidays.

Largo Baracche (2014)

Seven boys show the beating heart of the Spanish Quarter of Naples.

Queens Over Jacks (2005)

A man ponders how far he would go to help a friend in need.

Xypna, Vasili! (1969)

Based on the play by Dimitris Psathas.

Happiness (1957)

Happiness (Spanish: Felicidad) is a 1956 Mexican drama film directed by Alfonso Corona Blake. It was entered into the 7th Berlin International Film Festival.

Rock 'n' Roll Hotel (1983)

Three friends (Judd Nelson, Matthew Penn, Rachel Sweet) form a band and they call it The Third Dimension. They enter a battle of the bands in an old hotel and compete with their rivals, The Weevils to win the grand prize.

Storm Over Wyoming (1950)

Storm over Wyoming is a 1950 Western film.

Win/Win (2010)

A nobody at an investment bank becomes successful overnight and gradually becomes estranged from his former life.

The Albanian (2010)

The Albanian (German: Der Albaner, Albanian: Shqiptari) is a 2010 German and Albanian drama film directed by Johannes Naber and starring the Albanian award-winning Nik Xhelilaj.

Hell in the Aegean (1970)

Nikiforos and his unit transport the Greek gold supply to a transport ship before the German army can seize it.

Without (2011)

Without is a 2011 American independent film directed by Mark Jackson and starring Joslyn Jensen, Ronald Carrier, and Darren Lenz. The plot concerns a young woman (Jensen) caretaking a house and looking after the wheelchair-using grandfather (Carrier) of an absent family on a sparsely populated Washington State island. The local handyman (Lenz) starts to take an interest. The film premiered in January 2011 at the Slamdance Film Festival.

Miss Kicki (2009)

Miss Kicki is a 2009 Swedish-Taiwanese co-production film. It was Norwegian-Taiwanese director Håkon Liu's first motion picture.

Natasha: Portrait of an Urban Poet (2011)

The life and poetry of a black feminist poet.

Killbillies (2015)

Proving that the American South does not hold a monopoly on sexually depraved, bloodthirsty hillbillies, KILLBILLIES depicts a harrowing tale of abduction, violence and hoped-for survival.

Moonlight Boy (1993)

The spirit of a 13-year-old wanders for 30 years.

Dilim (2014)

Two nursing students investigate strange occurrences around their dorm.

Was heißt hier Ende? (2015)

Critic Michael Althen knew how to motivate a passionate dialogue about cinema with his writing. He was drawn to the subject matter because of the contrasts it draws upon -- art and fairground, documentary and fantasy as well as everyday life and ecstasy. We hear from colleagues, friends, directors, his wife, and even Althen himself, and it is as if film history suddenly begins unfolding in front of the viewers' eyes.

The Killer Is on the Phone (1972)

The Killer Is on the Phone is a 1972 giallo film directed by Alberto De Martino. It was released in the U.S. in July, 1975. The film is set in Bruges, Belgium, and stars Telly Savalas and Anne Heywood. The story follows an attractive actress who suffers from amnesia and paranoia triggered by a chance encounter with a professional assassin, who in turn begins to follow her with his knife.

Prayers in the Dark (2013)

An underground brotherhood that is battling the demonic forces that thrive in the shadows of society finds itself unwillingly up against an evil more powerful than it has ever seen... or so it thinks. The faith, trust and friendship of the members of the brotherhood are all put to the test as they discover that the true path to redemption is sacrifice.

18 Golden Destroyers (1985)

The legendary 18 Bronzeman of Shaolin are unearthed after a long slumber by an evil monk. They are ready to take on the modern world, but is the world ready for them? Some things don’t die quietly.

Shui yue shi san dao (1982)

A roaming swordsman in possession of a mystical sword is constantly challenged by martial artists.

3rd Ave. El (1955)

Scenes of New York's IRT Third Avenue Line over the course of a normal day.

Shadows Unseen (1972)

Abuso di potere (internationally released as Shadows Unseen) is a 1972 Italian crime film directed by Camillo Bazzoni. The film, despite the original plot, contains several references to actual events, such as the killing of journalist Mauro De Mauro.

A Mate (2008)

Petra's friend helps him do something kinky in the bathroom.

Dracula Reborn (2015)

Journalists travel to Transylvania to discover the dangerous truth about Dracula.

Somebody's Daughter (2008)

A visual reality of the devastation that pornography causes.

Avariya - doch menta (1989)

Crash — Cop's Daughter (Russian: Авария — дочь мента, romanized: Avaria — doch menta is a 1989 drama film directed by Mikhail Tumanishvili.

KillerSaurus (2015)

A scientist desperate for funding accepts an offer from a shadowy organization. In exchange for funding, he's told to create an unimaginable weapon: a killer dinosaur.

The Chinese Dragon (1973)

After being released from prison, a man (Barry Chan) encounters local crime gangs that are trying to force his father out of his home.

The Desert Song (1929)

The Desert Song is a 1929 American Pre-Code operetta film directed by Roy Del Ruth and starring John Boles, Louise Fazenda, and Myrna Loy. It was photographed partly in two-color Technicolor, the first film released by Warner Bros. to be in color. Although some of the songs from the show have been omitted, the film is otherwise virtually a duplicate of the stage production and extremely faithful to it. It was based on the hit musical play with music by Sigmund Romberg and book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel The stage musical opened at the Casino Theatre on Broadway on November 30, 1926 and ran for a very successful 465 performances. Based on the success of this film, Warner Bros. quickly cast John Boles in an all color musical feature called Song of the West which was completed by June 1929 but had its release delayed until March 1930.

Shadows Of The Dead (2004)

A couple's weekend getaway turns into a fight for survival after they become infected with a deadly disease.

Nowheresville (2010)

FBI agent Simon Welch falls in love with Samantha, the girlfriend of notorious thief Michael Casiello. A chance meeting between Simon and Samantha sparks a torrid affair and she asks him to murder Michael.

Buskers; For Love or Money (2008)

Mad Chad Taylor, a Venice Beach chainsaw juggler, goes deep inside the hidden world of street performers.

Dead or Alive: Final (2002)

Dead or Alive: Final is a 2002 Japanese cyberpunk science fiction film directed by Takashi Miike. It is the third in a three-part series, preceded by Dead or Alive in 1999 and Dead or Alive 2: Birds in 2000. The films are not connected in any apparent way except by director Takashi Miike and stars Riki Takeuchi and Show Aikawa. Besides Japanese, a lot of the dialog in the film is in Cantonese and some is in English. Often two people will talk to each other using different languages.

Men on the Bridge (2010)

Men on the Bridge (Turkish: Köprüdekiler) is a 2009 Turkish drama film directed by Aslı Özge. The film, which tells about the young generation who lives in the suburbs of Istanbul and come to the center of the city to make a living, follows a rose seller, a taxi driver and a traffic police officer whose lives unknowingly intersect every day on the Bosporus Bridge in Istanbul. It "wowed the audience in last year's Locarno and London Turkish film festivals, and won Best Film awards at last year's Istanbul International and Golden Cocoon film festivals", according to Emrah Güler, writing in Turkish Daily News.

The Convoys of Shame (2010)

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

The Day I Saw Your Heart (2011)

The Day I Saw Your Heart (original title: Et soudain, tout le monde me manque) is a 2011 family drama film directed by Jennifer Devoldère and starring Mélanie Laurent, Michel Blanc, Florence Loiret Caille, Guillaume Gouix, Kev Adams, Camille Chamoux and Malik Bentalha.

Eat The Rich: The Cannibal Murders (2000)

Police try to track down a family of cannibals living in the sewers of a Nevada city.

The Secret of Mulan (1998)

The Secret of Mulan is the 1998 entry in the series of "Secret of..." films released direct to video by UAV/Sterling Entertainment Group, which generally were adaptations of popular theatrical animated films released in a given year, such as The Secret of Anastasia and The Secret of the Hunchback. This film, written by Katherine Lawrence and Christy Marx, is based on the poem about Hua Mulan, which had been made as a film by Walt Disney Pictures the same year as Mulan, and combined with elements from another popular 1998 animated film, A Bug's Life. The film is one of the early collaborations of the composer-lyricist team of Megan Cavallari and David Goldsmith, and some copies were released with a CD soundtrack attached to the back cover.

Cabás (2012)

Xabi (Xabi Tolosa) and Sarah (Lorena Iglesias) suffer a breakup just before a planned holiday trip. At first Xabi is fine, but he begins to feel very sick after a little time passes.

Back to Awesome (2015)

An awkward, motormouthed college sophomore struggles to fit in with his roommates until he realizes that they're works in progress as well.

A Divorce Before Marriage (2016)

Popular music in the 20th century championed the idea that musicians are special people – magical, untouchable. But this idea didn’t last.

An All-Colored Vaudeville Show (1935)

Acrobats, racketeers and musicians.

All-Star Vaudeville (1935)

Contortionists, a duet and comic acrobats.

Buzzin' Around (1933)

Buzzin' Around is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film starring Fatty Arbuckle.

3-D Rarities (2015)

A collection of rare and historic 3-D motion pictures that has been restored and mastered from archival materials.

Heaven and Hell (2012)

Surveillance tapes are the medium for terror in this anthology of 3 short horror films.

Last of the Elephant Men (2015)

Last of the Elephant Men is a Canadian documentary film, which was released in 2015. Directed by Arnaud Bouquet and Daniel Ferguson, the film profiles the Pnong people of Cambodia, focusing in particular on their unique bond with the local population of elephants. The film garnered three Canadian Screen Awards at the 4th Canadian Screen Awards in 2016, in the categories of Best Feature Length Documentary, Best Editing in a Documentary (Elric Robichon) and Best Cinematography in a Documentary (Arnaud Bouquet).

Mantis Fists and Tiger Claws of Shaolin (1977)

A newcomer fends off thugs when they harass a young woman. After raping her, the thugs are found dead in the woods.

Don't Get Nervous (1929)

A man uncomfortable with film sets and microphones reluctantly performs a few songs.

Art Trouble (1934)

Art Trouble (1934) is a comedy short starring Harry Gribbon and Shemp Howard. The film is notable for featuring an uncredited James Stewart in his first screen role. The short was directed by Ralph Staub.

Orizuru Osen (1935)

Orizuru Osen (折鶴お千) is a 1935 black and white Japanese silent film directed by Kenji Mizoguchi, starring Isuzu Yamada. It is based on Kyōka Izumi's novel Baishoku Kamo Nanban.

The London Perambulator (2009)

Cultural commentators explore the importance of the city's fringe.

Start with Us (2011)

A generation of young Africans are determined to be the first to be free of AIDS.

In a Glass Cage (1987)

In a Glass Cage (Spanish: Tras el cristal) is a 1986 Spanish film written and directed by Agustí Villaronga and starring Günter Meisner, Marisa Paredes, and David Sust. The plot follows an ex-Nazi child molester who is now paralyzed and depending on an iron lung to live. A young man who comes to nurse him was one of his former victims years before. The film was inspired by the history of Gilles de Rais. With its theme mixing Nazism, pedophilia, torture, and homosexuality, the film was highly controversial. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Teddy Awards, the film was selected to be shown at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival in February 2016.

Heavy Times (2011)

Dan, Mark and Hugh go to visit Dan's sister for dinner but find themselves miles from home and far outside their comfort zone when her husband takes them out on the town.

White Dream (2002)

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

Sister Italy (2012)

Italia and Maria, sisters and chefs, clash at a cooking competition to secure a place in their aunt's will.

Looking for His Murderer (1931)

The Man in Search of His Murderer (German: Der Mann, der seinen Mörder sucht) is a 1931 German comedy film directed by Robert Siodmak and starring Heinz Rühmann, Lien Deyers and Raimund Janitschek. The film is partially lost; of the original 9 acts only five (50 minutes) are left. It was the first leading role for upcoming German star Heinz Rühmann. Co-writer Billy Wilder was at the beginning of his long career. It was remade in 1952 as You Only Live Once.

The Devil At Your Heels (1981)

The Devil at Your Heels is a 1981 documentary that chronicles the attempt of the stuntman and daredevil Ken Carter to jump a rocket-powered car over the Saint Lawrence River, a distance of one mile, which would break all existing records for jumping cars. The documentary opens with some quick framing of the task, including footage of the ramp and the car to be used for the jump, and then chronicles how Carter became a daredevil, including footage of some early jumps. It then follows the ups and downs he experienced in his five-year journey to jump the river. He has a series of financial and technical obstacles. Technical problems include difficulties with the car (the fuel tank keeps blowing up) and the ramp he was planning to jump off (it was bumpy and not necessarily structurally sound). The financial problems are simpler; he kept running out of money and his backers were unhappy. In the fifth year, everything was ready, but two attempts were called off — one because of a short strike by the ground crew, and one because of weather. The backers, desperate to finish, believed that Carter had lost his nerve and called him to a meeting in another city, and then brought in another driver, Kenny Powers, to attempt the jump. Unfortunately, the bumps in the ramp had not been fixed, and as the car accelerated, it started to shake itself to pieces and fell apart in midair. The parachutes deployed and the car landed in shallow water. Powers survived with eight broken vertebrae (he later recovered fully). The effort to make the jump was abandoned. The film closes with Carter vowing to continue trying. However, a few years after the movie was made, the ramp was demolished, and then Carter was killed in 1983 in Peterborough, Ontario, while attempting another stunt. The ramp and its runway were located in a field just west of Hanes Road, south of county road 2 in Morrisburg, Ontario, Canada. The ramp has since been demolished, but the concrete runway still existed in 2010. The title song was performed by the blues performer Long John Baldry. Produced by the National Film Board of Canada, The Devil at Your Heels won the Genie Award for Best Theatrical Documentary.

Aakheer (2007)

Having witnessed local dons and the police committing atrocities, Prashant gathers power to become a don to prove that good can be done.

So Sorry (2012)

Filmmaker Ai Weiwei identifies many of the students who died during the Sichuan earthquake due to corrupt officials and flawed construction materials used in schools.

The Paris Express (1952)

The Man Who Watched Trains Go By (1952) is a crime drama film, based on the 1938 novel by Georges Simenon and released in the United Kingdom with an all-European cast, including Claude Rains in the lead role of Kees Popinga, who is infatuated with Michele Rozier (Märta Torén). The film was released in the United States in 1953 under the title The Paris Express. It was directed by Harold French. This was Rains' seventh film in color, his first being Gold Is Where You Find It (1938).

Punch Lady (2007)

A housewife challenges her abusive husband to a public boxing match.

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.

Final Curtain (2005)

Actors become trapped in a locked theater as an unknown assailant kills them one by one.

The Be All And End All (2010)

The Be All and End All is a British film shot in Liverpool. It stars Eugene Byrne, Josh Bolt, Connor Mcintyre, Liza Tarbuck and Neve McIntosh. With comic and heartfelt results the story tells the story of a friendship between two boys Ziggy (Byrne) and Robbie (Bolt). Robbie is dying of cardiomyopathy and desperately does not want to leave the earth a virgin.

H2indO (2012)

Seven of the world's most prominent stand-up paddlers travel to Indonesia to paddle its most famous surf breaks.

The Kiss (2008)

A teenager (Lendon LeMelle) resurrects an ancient vampire queen (Lourdes Colon) from the grave.

Bruc, the Manhunt (2010)

In 19th-century Spain, a young drummer becomes a hero who fights the invading French army of Napoleon.

Holy Man: The USA vs Douglas White (2011)

Douglas White, a Lakota medicine man of the Pine Ridge Reservation and wrongly convicted of a crime, spends 17 years in a federal prison.