Piya Ka Ghar (1972)

Piya Ka Ghar is a 1972 Hindi comedy set (mainly) in Mumbai in the 1970s. It is a remake of Raja Thakur's Marathi film Mumbaicha Jawai. It portrays the difficulties of life in India's biggest city during the 1970s in the form of a comic family drama.

Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview (2012)

Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview is a documentary released to theaters in 2012. It consists of the original 70 minute interview that Steve Jobs gave to Robert X. Cringely in 1995 for the PBS documentary, Triumph of the Nerds.

Planet Yoga (2012)

The history and current practices of an ancient Eastern discipline.

Pinprick (2009)

An already creepy relationship between a teen and a criminal gets even more strange when he becomes interested in her mother.

Return of the Horse (2012)

Filmmakers Hubbard and Sharon Eliashar examine the history of mustangs and their relationship with humans.

Failing Better Now (2010)

Failing Better Now is a 2010 offbeat comedy film about a writer who teams up with an aspiring rock star in search of his sister's cat. This film stars Justin Allen, Gavin Bellour, Lindsay Burdge and Joyce DeWitt. It was written by Jennie Allen and Keren Atzmon and directed by Keren Atzmon.

3 Lads, an American Fool and One Night (2008)

A man (Pedro Pano) questions his sexuality.

The Gift (2008)

Simon takes his mentally ill father on a ride around the city looking for a sports car, and the two finally have a chance to bond.

A Man Who Was Superman (2008)

A Man Who Was Superman (Hangul: 슈퍼맨이었던 사나이; RR: Syupeomaen-ieotteon sanai) is a 2008 South Korean film directed by Jeong Yoon-chul. The film applies techniques of Magical realism to problems arising from the Narcissism of small differences that plagues the modern Korean conscience.

Nightfur (2011)

Nightfur is a 2011 New Wave science fiction film. The movie was released in North America and the UK on December 20, 2011 by Vanguard. It stars Jeter Rhodes, Creighton Barrett, and Jana Danae. The feature film blends new wave cinema, romance, and mysticism with science fiction and fantasy. Nightfur features music by Band Of Horses, The Parson Redheads, The Stevenson Ranch Davidians, Lucy Langlas, The Karabal Nightlife, and more.

Woman Without Piano (2010)

A Madrid housewife tries to find ways to escape from her mundane existence.

Paper Castles (2009)

In 1980s Madrid, a female art-school student (Adriana Ugarte) and two male classmates (Nilo Mur, Biel Durn) engage in group sex.

The Story of Daisy (1972)

A singer falls in love with the son of a millionaire.

In Satmar Custody (2005)

In Satmar Custody is a 2003 film of the Jaradis, a Jewish Yemenite family, one of many that were brought from Yemen to the US by the ultra orthodox Satmar Community which advises against the immigration to Israel. The story exposes a deep cultural gap between the Yemenite families and the Yiddish Satmar Community that became distractive and tragic to families who have traveled thousands of miles to a place with strange rules, norms, morals and lifestyles. The film follows the life of Yahia and Lauza Jaradi who were brought from Yemen into the Satmar Community. It starts on the day that the Jaradi couple received an urgent phone call notifying that their two and a half year old daughter, Hadia, died in a hospital in Paterson, N.J. Through their search for their daughter's body, they are getting closer and closer to what seems as the very painful truth about her faith.

Reflex Action (2002)

A Gulf War soldier (Michael Baldoz) battles members of a drug ring who want to buy his father's property.

Girl in the Street (1937)

London Melody is a 1937 British musical film directed by Herbert Wilcox and starring Anna Neagle, Tullio Carminati and Robert Douglas. It was made at British and Dominions Imperial Studios, Elstree and Pinewood Studios by Wilcox's independent production company and distributed by J. Arthur Rank's General Film Distributors. It was also released with the alternative title Look Out for Love.

New Year's Eve (1924)

New Year's Eve is a 1924 German silent Kammerspielfilm directed by Lupu Pick and written by Carl Mayer. It was filmed in 1923 and premiered in Berlin on January 4, 1924. The film is known to be one of the earliest examples of a kammerspielfilm and was innovative in its extensive use of "entfesselte Kamera", using tracking and gliding techniques as opposed to keeping the camera stationary. Like Pick's previous films, New Year's Eve does not use intertitles.

Head Case (2007)

Head Case is a 2007 pseudo-documentary film (cinéma vérité) horror film written and directed by Anthony Spadaccini. The film is presented as a collection of home movies from serial killers Wayne and Andrea Montgomery, middle-class suburban residents of Claymont, Delaware who film their sadistic crimes.

Space Girls in Beverly Hills (2009)

Retro space babes (Allie Moss, Donna Spangler) from Vanisia crash-land in in a rich playboy's Beverly Hills mansion and tame his cheap bad-boy ways.

30 Days to Die (2009)

A group of girls gets trapped in an institution with a serial killer.

What Happened on Twenty-Third Street, New York City (1901)

What Happened on Twenty-third Street, New York City is a 1901 American short film depicting a woman walking over a grate, the hot air lifting her skirt.

Snake Fist Fighter (1973)

Master with Cracked Fingers, also released as Snake Fist Fighter, is a 1979 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Mu Chu and starring Jackie Chan. It is often cited as being produced in 1971, 1973, 1974 or 1981. The original footage was filmed in 1971 and released in 1973 as Little Tiger of Canton. The re-edited version entitled Master with Cracked Fingers was not actually released until 1979.

How to Start a Revolution (2012)

How to Start a Revolution is a BAFTA award winning British documentary film about Nobel Peace Prize nominee and political theorist Gene Sharp, described as the world's foremost scholar on nonviolent revolution. The 2011 film describes Sharp's ideas, and their influence on popular uprisings around the world. Screened in cinemas and television in more than 22 countries it became an underground hit with the Occupy Wall St Movement.

How to Keep My Love (2004)

The relationships of an energetic criminal and three of his notorious friends.

Give and Take, and Take (2003)

Two men (Tom Bird, John Enthoven) land in trouble when they agree to take a job involving drugs.

Blue Moon (2006)

Blue Moon is a 2006 Philippine romantic drama film released by Regal Films and directed by Joel Lamangan. The first choice for this movie's title was Nasaan Ka Man (Wherever You Are), while Nasaan Ka Nang Kailangan Kita (Where Were You when I Needed You) was the second.

Flat Daddy (2011)

Families use life-size cutouts of loved ones to fill the voids of their absence.

Assisted Fishing (2012)

A lifelong loser gets help from abused senior citizens to beat his archrival in a big fishing tournament.

A Rainy Knight (1925)

A 1925 short film.

Polack (2010)

A search for the source of Polish jokes in America.

A Harem Knight (1926)

A Navy officer rescues a girl from a harem.

The Darkening (2012)

A young man returns to his hometown to rid himself of the nightmares that have plagued him since he witnessed his mother's murder. As soon as they move in, a stranger begins killing townspeople and the man must prove he is not the killer.

Africa, Blood & Beauty (2012)

A snapshot of traditional lifestyles before they disappear.

Oseam (2003)

Oseam is a 2003 South Korean drama/religious animation directed by Sung Baek-yeop. It is based on a novel by Korean author Jeong Chae-bong, who has described it as being a fairy tale for adults. The title means "five-year-old temple."

Avé (2012)

Avé is a 2011 Bulgarian drama film directed by Konstantin Bojanov. The film is Bojanov's debut.

Roughest Africa (1923)

Roughest Africa is a 1923 American silent film starring Stan Laurel.

Flashback (2000)

Violence follows a young woman after she is released from a mental institution.

Thrilla in Manila (2008)

The intense rivalry between American heavyweight boxers Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier is examined in this documentary. Smarting from his earlier defeat by Frazier, Ali fueled a bitter feud in the media, leading up to 1975's "Thrilla in Manila," the much-hyped Philippines-set rematch of the two titans. The film depicts the landmark fight, which lasted 14 rounds, and also reveals what was happening outside of the ring as Ali and Frazier relentlessly pummeled each other.

Legend of the Sacred Stone (2000)

Legend of the Sacred Stone is a 2000 Taiwanese puppetry feature film written and directed by Chris Huang, a spin-off from the glove puppetry wuxia television series Pili. It reflects the traditional Taiwanese style of glove puppetry known there as budaixi, supplemented by computer-generated imagery.

The Spaniard's Curse (1958)

The Spaniard's Curse is a 1958 British drama film directed by Ralph Kemplen and starring Tony Wright, Lee Patterson, Michael Hordern, Susan Beaumont and Henry Oscar.

Nightingale In A Music Box (2002)

Government agents interrogate an amnesiac woman (Catherine O'Connor) who breached security at a biotechnology firm.

Desire (2013)

At the end of World War II, the wife of an activist is attracted to an Argentine businessman for whom she works.

After Freedom (2004)

An Armenian-American (Mic Tomasi) deals with problems related to his widowed father (Greg Satamian) and troubled friend.

Haldane of the Secret Service (1923)

Haldane of the Secret Service is a 1923 American adventure silent film directed by Harry Houdini. The film stars Harry Houdini, Gladys Leslie, William J. Humphrey, Richard Carlyle, Edward Boulden, Jane Jennings and Charles Fang. The film was released on September 30, 1923, by Film Booking Offices of America.

The Truth (1988)

The Truth is a 1988 Hong Kong trial film directed by Taylor Wong and starring Andy Lau and Deanie Ip. This film is a sequel to the 1985 film The Unwritten Law. It is followed by a sequel The Truth Final Episode released the following year and is the last film of the film series.

Boobs in the Woods (1950)

Boobs in the Woods is a 1949 animated Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon, released in January 1950 (Re-Issued in 1958 in the opening as a Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodies short), directed by Robert McKimson, and starring Daffy Duck and Porky Pig. This cartoon is similar to the 1942 short My Favorite Duck.

Universal Ninjas (2012)

Bravo City is under attack from Mind Brain and his shadow walkers. The city's only hope is a kid named Skater, the first member of the Universal Ninja Team.

Seoul (2002)

A Japanese detective (Tomoya Nagase) tries to help Korean police nab a group of criminals.

Farewell (2010)

A sailor with a fatal disease moves away from his family and friends.

Zombie Babies (2011)

A doctor advertises a new late-term abortion method, and couples flock to his hotel to take advantage of it. During the procedures, a freak accident causes the fetuses to reanimate with a desire for revenge and human flesh.

Mysterious Island (1951)

Mysterious Island is the 46th serial released by Columbia Pictures. It is an adaptation of the 1874 novel by Jules Verne, The Mysterious Island (L'Île mystérieuse). As in the original story, which was a follow-up to Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, this serial is set in 1865. However, the serial has alien Mercurians as an additional set of villains and it has been labelled as a space opera version of the Verne novel.

Body Without Soul (1996)

Body Without Soul is a 1996 documentary film about young boys in Prague working as prostitutes. The creator of the documentary, Wiktor Grodecki, interviews the boys, whose age ranges between 14-17, to find out more about their lives and how they got into the business. The film also explores the hopes and fears of the young men, they talk about their bodies and souls, money, their sexual orientation, AIDS, their dreams, and death.

The Devil's Three Golden Hairs (1981)

Based on the fairy tale by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm.

Adalen 31 (1969)

Ådalen 31 (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈoːdɑːlən]) (Released in the United States as Adalen Riots) is a 1969 Swedish drama film directed by Bo Widerberg. It depicts the 1931 Ådalen shootings, in which Swedish military forces opened fire against labour demonstrators in the Swedish sawmill district of Ådalen killing five people, including a young girl. The film was X-rated in the United States. It won the Grand Prize of the Jury at the Cannes Film Festival and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Adorable Creatures (1952)

Adorables créatures (French: Adorables créatures, Italian: Quando le donne amano) is a 1952 French-Italian romantic comedy film directed by Christian-Jaque.

Taking the Face: The Portuguese Bullfight (2013)

The phenomenon of the Portuguese bullfight in all its forms.

Burnface (2010)

Ramon Vila Capdevila wages a one-man war against a Franco regime.

The Dance of Death (1969)

The Dance of Death is a 1969 film version of the play The Dance of Death by August Strindberg as presented by the National Theatre Company. It stars Laurence Olivier and Geraldine McEwan. The play was directed by Glen Byam Shaw and the movie version was directed by David Giles. Olivier reprised the role of Edgar, Geraldine reprised her role of Alice but Robert Stephens, who played Kurt was replaced by Robert Lang. Previous filmed National Theatre productions include Uncle Vanya (1963) and Othello (1965). Both of these are available on DVD, however as of 2017 The Dance of Death has never been released on DVD or video.

The Finger (2011)

An index finger inspires a town to solve a murder, turn an election to the town's mayor, renew the faith of its residents, and build new love relationships.

Avalon (2011)

Avalon is a 2011 Swedish drama film directed by Axel Petersén.

Maniac (2011)

Maniac (stylized as MANIAC) is an American short slasher film, directed by Shia LaBeouf. It was released on October 31, 2011. The short film stars American rappers Scott "Kid Cudi" Mecudi and Chris "Cage" Palko, as French-speaking serial killers. Mescudi and Palko also co-wrote the film with LaBeouf.

The Collector: Allan Stone's Life In Art (2007)

The life and career of art collector Allan Stone.

The Hostage Game (2010)

Tom wakes up to find his wife has gone missing and has to find her by solving a series of riddles left by her abductor.

Hospital of the Transfiguration (1979)

Addicted to drugs, a writer enters a mental hospital in Poland shortly before a Nazi invasion.

Curtain Call (1940)

Curtain Call is a 1940 comedy, directed by Frank Woodruff and starring Alan Mowbray and Donald MacBride. The film was followed by a sequel, Footlight Fever, released in 1941.

Winter adé (1989)

Filmmaker Helke Misselwitz interviews women in East Germany.

Dialtone (2009)

Greg cannot control his life until he gets a wake up call.

The Gang Buster (1931)

The Gang Buster is a 1931 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by A. Edward Sutherland, and written by Percy Heath and Joseph L. Mankiewicz. The film stars Jack Oakie, Jean Arthur, William "Stage" Boyd, Wynne Gibson, William Morris and Francis McDonald. The film was released January 17, 1931, by Paramount Pictures.

The Devil's Cleavage (1975)

A shady motel manager (Curt McDowell) becomes obsessed with a neglected wife (Ainslie Pryor).

Warning!!! Pedophile Released (2009)

A pedophile is released from prison and his victim professes her love for him causing members of their community to attack the ex-con causing the girl more pain than before.

Creating Karma (2010)

Creating Karma is a 2006 American screwball comedy film directed by Jill Wisoff about an uptight, New York fashion editor who becomes a poet after losing her job, moving in with her eccentric new-age therapist sister, and meeting Mr. Wrong, owner of a local poets' café.

Border Patrol (1943)

Border Patrol is a 1943 Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Clarence E. Mulford and Michael Wilson. The film stars William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Robert Mitchum, Jay Kirby, George Reeves and Duncan Renaldo. The film was released on April 2, 1943, by United Artists.

The Fatal Glass of Beer (1933)

The Fatal Glass of Beer (1933) is an American Pre-Code short film starring W. C. Fields, produced by Mack Sennett, and released theatrically by Paramount Pictures.

Burlesque Assassins (2012)

Superspies Johnny Valentine (David A. Crellin), Koko La Douce and Bombshell Belle (Rosalind Porter) seduce their way within killing distance of a villainous trio bent on global domination.

Pet Pals (2010)

The pals are put to the test when the Evil Crow Witch and her band of evil-doers try to drain the canals of Venice. The pals have to use teamwork in order to discover the secret code before the Witch can use it to ruin the city.

Freaky Circus Guy (2005)

A collector opens a real circus side-show on a story pier.

Down on the Farm (1920)

Down on the Farm is a 1920 silent film feature length rural comedy produced by Mack Sennett, starring Louise Fazenda and featuring Harry Gribbon, James Finlayson and Billy Armstrong.It was premiered at the Yost Theater in Santa Ana, California on 28–30 December 1919, and its national release opening was at the Strand theatre in Fort Wayne, Indiana on 4 April 1920.Copies survive at both the Library of Congress and reputedly Gosfilmofond, Russian State Archive.

Decision (2011)

Following the death of his dad (Billy Dean), a heartbroken teen (Mike Rosenbaum) develops a strong bond with his estranged grandfather (Rusty Whitener).

Ninja Masters (2009)

Coweb is a 2009 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Xiong Xin Xin. It is Xiong Xin Xin's debut as a director in this film starring newcomer Jiang Lui Xia, Sam Lee, and Eddie Cheung.

21 Brothers (2011)

Sgt. Reid prepares his men for the battle of Courcelette during World War I. As he preps his battalion, he deals with the day-to-day difficulties of life in the trenches.

The Pride of the Legion (1932)

After suffering a traumatic injury, a policeman (Victor Jory) resigns from the force and, after he's saved from a suicide attempt, goes to work at a cafe frequented by gangsters.

Together Forever (1975)

The Cursed Medallion (Italian: Il medaglione insanguinato) is a 1975 Italian horror film directed by Massimo Dallamano.

One Girl Against the Mafia (1997)

The murders of her father and brother inspire a Sicilian teenager to turn over evidence against the Mafia to a judge.

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.

A Lot Like You (2012)

A woman who works to break the the cycle of violence in the U.S. learns her ancestors were a big part of the problem.

The Light Thief (2011)

The Light Thief (Kyrgyz: Свет-аке, Svet-Ake) is a 2010 drama film from Kyrgyzstan, directed by Aktan Arym Kubat. The film was Kyrgyzstan's submission for Best Foreign Language Film for the 83rd Academy Awards, but did not make the final shortlist.

The Initiate (1998)

A deputy sheriff (Mack Murrah) investigates the death of a friend (Andrew Hamrick), while caught in a love triangle.

Losers of the Year (2005)

A sheltered teen (David M. Zuber) who has been home-schooled all his life enters public high school for his senior year.

Emigranti (2002)

In Bulgaria three unemployed friends (Deyan Donkov, Valeri Yordanov, Ivan Radoev) work at occasional odd jobs and have troubled relationships with their families.

Chain of Souls (2001)

Members of a cult kill aspiring actresses in a sinister Hollywood theater.

Hell Penitentiary (1984)

Julia, a famous physician, infiltrates a prison in an attempt to find a witness to her sister's killing, but instead she becomes the victim of a sadistic warden's sexual brutality.

Solarmax (2000)

The sun is the only star that we can study directly but it is so completely ubiquitous, so intrinsic to life and culture, that we are effectively blind to it. It's time for a new look. Just as the telescope made the universe conceivable so new satellite borne instruments are allowing us to look at a sun that we have never seen before. For the first time we really can study a star in full spate as it builds up to its next peak of violence - the solar maximum of the year 2000/2001.

The Heineken Kidnapping (2011)

The Heineken Kidnapping (Dutch: De Heineken Ontvoering) is a 2011 Dutch crime film directed by Maarten Treurniet.

La tranchée (2010)

A pictorial account of an attack on Canadian soldiers during World War I.

White as Snow (2010)

A car dealer is forced to deal with the Finnish mob when they come looking for his dead partner.

Amazing Journeys (1999)

Filmmaker George Casey documents the migrations of butterflies, birds, gray whales, crabs and zebras.

Bad Seeds (2013)

The Marcomb County Police Department releases footage of several troubled teenage girls committing violent and disturbing behaviors.

Zeinek gehiago iraun (2011)

Ander is injured by a train while playing a game and spends the rest of his life with physical and neurological injuries.

When Heaven Falls (2009)

Sara grew up in foster care and, when she turns 28, she receives word that her biological mother has died. She is hesitant to dig into her past, but she attends the funeral to see her older brother.

The Last Viking (1997)

Viking Harald's son is left behind with the women and children when his father joins a rebellion against the king. The king surprises the rebels and takes his revenge by overtaking the village and tyrannizing those left behind.