The Ridge (2005)

A group of friends gather at a secluded vacation home.

Here Comes the Band (1935)

Here Comes the Band is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Paul Sloane and written by Paul Sloane, Ralph Spence and Victor Mansfield. The film stars Ted Lewis and His Orchestra, Ted Lewis, Virginia Bruce, Harry Stockwell, Ted Healy and Nat Pendleton. The film was released on August 30, 1935, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Beyond My Grandfather Allende (2015)

Beyond My Grandfather Allende (Spanish: Allende, mi abuelo Allende) is a 2015 Chilean-Mexican documentary film directed by Marcia Tambutti Allende. It was screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival where it won L'Œil d'or for best documentary film.

Suits (1999)

Suits is a 1999 American comedy film written and directed by Eric Weber and starring Robert Klein, Tony Hendra, Larry Pine.

What's the T? (2013)

The challenges, successes and lives of five transgender and transsexual women.

Teah (2007)

Strange things happen on Martin's 10th birthday.

Exchange Student Zero (2012)

Exchange Student Zero is an Australian television film that premiered on 16 December 2012 on Cartoon Network. Created by Bruce Kane with Maurice Argiro and produced by Bogan Entertainment Solutions, in association with Cartoon Network Asia Pacific, it is the first local animated made production to be commissioned by the channel.

Camp Beaverton: Meet the Beavers (2013)

Ana Mission and Agent Nelsen create an all-women, trans-inclusive and sex-positive theme camp at Burning Man.

Buckaroo Sheriff of Texas (1951)

Buckaroo Sheriff of Texas is a 1951 American western film directed by Philip Ford and starring Michael Chapin, Eilene Janssen, and James Bell. The film's sets were designed by art director Frank Arrigo.

Häxan (1922)

Grave robbing, torture, possessed nuns, and a satanic Sabbath: Benjamin Christensen’s legendary silent film uses a series of dramatic vignettes to explore the scientific hypothesis that the witches of the Middle Ages and early modern era suffered from the same ills as psychiatric patients diagnosed with hysteria in the film's own time. Far from a dry dissertation on the topic, the film itself is a witches’ brew of the scary, the gross, and the darkly humorous. Christensen’s mix-and-match approach to genre anticipates gothic horror, documentary re-creation, and the essay film, making for an experience unlike anything else in the history of cinema.

Killer Diller (1948)

Killer Diller is a 1948 American musical comedy-drama film directed by Josh Binney and released by All American. The movie features The Clark Brothers (tap dancers), Nat King Cole, Moms Mabley, Dusty Fletcher, Butterfly McQueen, the Andy Kirk Orchestra and the Four Congaroos (dancing Lindy Hop).

The Chef, The Actor, The Scoundrel (2013)

The Chef, the Actor, the Scoundrel is a 2013 Chinese comedy film directed by Guan Hu, starring Liu Ye, Zhang Hanyu and Huang Bo. The film is meant to be "mass entertainment", in the words of Guan, who also co-wrote the screenplay. The film is set in 1942, during the Second Sino-Japanese War. Much of the plot revolves around the fates of two Japanese scientists who are captured in Beiping (Beijing) by the three title characters, who have trouble deciding what to do with them.

Wedding in Bessarabia (2010)

Wedding in Bessarabia (Romanian: Nuntă în Basarabia) is a comedy made in 2009 by director Napoleon Helmis. It is a co-production that includes Romania, Moldova, and Luxembourg.

Basketball Girlfriend (2014)

Tyrone (Ernest Dancy) feels pressured to perform on the basketball court and return to hustling drugs. When Tyrone's coach introduces him to Carmen, his life changes as he falls in love.

Barnie et ses petites contrariétés (2001)

After finding out about each other, a married man's (Fabrice Luchini) male and female (Marie Gillain) lovers pose as a couple and visit him at home.

So This Is Washington (1943)

So This Is Washington is a 1943 American film directed by Ray McCarey starring Chester Lauck. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Sound (James L. Fields). It is also known as Dollar A Year Man.

Lucky Loser (2012)

Filip ruins everything he touches but sets out with a compulsive liar to find a better fortune. The journey is muddled by all the lies until Filip saves his beloved Hanicka from an evil man.

Eyam (2013)

Seven camp counselors barricade themselves at a Quaker camp after a plague kills everyone they know.

Up Goes Maisie (1946)

Up Goes Maisie is a 1946 American comedy film produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as the ninth of ten films starring Ann Sothern as ex-showgirl Maisie Ravier. In this series entry, Maisie goes to work for an inventor played by George Murphy.

The Marketing of Madness: Are We All Insane? (2010)

A lucrative association has developed between pharmaceutical manufacturers and the psychiatric profession.

Good Times (2007)

Two country girls dream of freedom and love.

Rolling Caravans (1938)

Rolling Caravans is a 1938 American Western film directed by Joseph Levering and written by Nate Gatzert. The film stars Jack Luden, Eleanor Stewart, Harry Woods, Lafe McKee, Buzz Barton and Slim Whitaker. The film was released on March 7, 1938, by Columbia Pictures.

The Young Believers (2012)

Four teens (Brandon Vielkind, Eryn Moore, Ryan N. Taylor) make a pact to avoid alcohol, drugs and sex before marriage.

Suddenly, Love (1978)

Suddenly, Love isa 1978 American TV movie produced by Ross Hunter starring Cindy Williams.

IP5: The Island of Pachyderms (1992)

A car thief and his young accomplice befriend an ailing man who was a passenger in one of their stolen vehicles.

Dead Fury (2008)

Dead Fury is a 2008 American animated comedy-horror parody written and directed by Frank Sudol, with Sudol also doing all animation, music, and voice characterizations. The film debuted at the Philadelphia Film Festival April 9, 2008, and was released on DVD August 5, 2008, through Unearthed Films.

The Great Chameleon (2013)

Officers Curry and Katy Sim search for money Joe, an ex-con, stashed before his arrest.

Memron (2004)

Memron is a 2004 "mockumentary" film inspired by the Enron scandal. This improv film stars Mike McShane as the corrupt Memron executive, and also features Claire Forlani, Tim Bagley, John Lehr and Evie Peck. The film was written, directed and produced by Nancy Hower, and won several awards at various film festivals.

Combover: The Movie (2005)

Filmmakers Chris Marino and Tim Fenoglio examine a hairstyle where men try to conceal baldness.

The High Sun (2015)

Three different love stories, set in three consecutive decades, in two neighboring Balkan villages burdened with a long history of inter-ethnic hatred: this is a film about the dangers - and the enduring strength - of forbidden love.

Disk Jockey (2006)

When the former partner of two money-grubbing killers-for-hire absconds with a disc containing all of the information about their illicit business, the race is on to catch the thief before the disc falls into the wrong hands.

Forty Little Mothers (1940)

Forty Little Mothers is a 1940 American film directed by Busby Berkeley and starring Eddie Cantor. It is a more-or-less straight drama with some musical numbers and a little comedy thrown in.

Tennessee's Partner (1955)

Tennessee's Partner is a 1955 American Western film directed by Allan Dwan, written by Graham Baker, D.D. Beauchamp, Milton Krims, and Teddi Sherman with uncredited rewrites by Dwan, and starring John Payne, Ronald Reagan, Rhonda Fleming, and Coleen Gray. While the film is based upon one of Bret Harte's most popular short stories, it departs significantly from the original storyline. It was released by RKO Radio Pictures, which was then owned by industrialist Howard Hughes.

Lion Around (1950)

Lion Around is a 1950 Donald Duck cartoon featuring Donald Duck, his nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie and Louie the Mountain Lion. The film is the first appearance of Louie the Mountain Lion. In this episode, Donald is tricked into thinking he's getting attacked by a cougar.

Otaku Unite! (2004)

Otaku Unite! is a 2004 documentary film by Eric Bresler on American fans of Japanese culture, specifically anime and manga, known as Otaku.

First to Fall (2014)

Living in Canada, two Libyans return to their homeland to fight for their country's liberation.

Evaporating Borders (2014)

A series of vignettes tell the stories of asylum seekers in Cyprus.

Dans la nuit (1929)

Dans la nuit is a 1929 silent film by Charles Vanel. Louis Sclavis recorded a jazz soundtrack album Dans la nuit for ECM in 2002.

People Hold On (2015)

People Hold On is a 2015 Canadian independent drama film written and directed by Michael Seater. The film features an ensemble cast that includes several young Canadian stars, including, among others, Katie Boland, Ashley Leggat, and Chloe Rose. Paula Brancati co-wrote the film with Seater, and also stars. It was produced by the duo's production company, BrancSeater Productions. It was filmed throughout 2014 and 2015 and debuted on the film festival circuit in 2015. It was released to general cinemas and for digital download on iTunes on May 31, 2016.

In This House of Brede (1975)

A London businesswoman (Diana Rigg) forsakes her career and a man's love in order to become a Benedictine nun.

Blood of My Blood (2015)

Blood of My Blood (Italian: Sangue del mio sangue) is a 2015 Italian drama film directed by Marco Bellocchio. It was screened in the main competition section of the 72nd Venice International Film Festival and in the Masters section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.

Within The Rock (1996)

Within the Rock is a 1996 American made-for-TV science fiction horror film directed by Gary J. Tunnicliffe. It starred Xander Berkeley, Brian Krause, and Duane Whitaker. It featured a cameo from former U.S. Marine Corps captain and technical advisor Dale Dye.

Murder in My House (2006)

A young divorcee learns that her new home was the site of a murder and that the killer may still be in the neighborhood.

It's Alive III: Island Of The Alive (1987)

Based on the creation of renowned monster-maker Rick Baker, this is the third in the wildly successful horror/suspense It's Alive! series. Whether human or vicious animals, the lethal baby monsters are back! In this shock-filled story, the mutant creatures of man's environmental horrors are abandoned on a remote island, but are determined to return to the civilization that created then rejected them. Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winner Michael Moriarity (Pale Rider, TV's Law & Order) heads the cast with Academy Award-nominee Karen Black (Five Easy Pieces, Airport '75) and Gerrit Graham (Now and Again).

Beyond the Divide (2014)

A Vietnam veteran and a peace advocate illuminate a path to healing old wounds from Vietnam.

Death Run to Istanbul (1993)

In order to satisfy a debt, Gary transports a briefcase filled with drugs to Istanbul, only to lose the briefcase and the criminals are chasing him.

The Worst Horror Movie Ever Made (2005)

A group of friends get together for a card game, but within five minutes most of them die horribly, leaving the hosts to run for their lives (and from the law).

The Windy City Incident (2005)

A rent boy from Olympia, Washington says goodbye to his boyfriend and sets out for Chicago in hopes of finally discovering the truth about the ghosts who visit him every night.

Woman Trouble (1948)

The Street Has Many Dreams (Italian:Molti sogni per le strade) is a 1948 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Camerini and starring Anna Magnani, Massimo Girotti and Checco Rissone. The film's sets were designed by the art director Alberto Boccianti.

Face of a Fugitive (1959)

Face of a Fugitive is a 1959 Western film directed by Paul Wendkos. It stars Fred MacMurray and Lin McCarthy and was based on the short story "Long Gone" by Peter Dawson, the nom de plume of Jonathan H. Glidden (older brother of Luke Short). Dawson was the author of 120 Western short stories and novelettes as well as 15 book length Western serials. The working title was Justice Ends with a Gun.

The Theory of the Leisure Class (2001)

When a group of kids on a field trip discover the bodies of children that have been missing for some time, a small western town becomes a web of deception, confusion, and mistrust.

The First Basket (2008)

The First Basket is a 2008 documentary film on professional basketball's influence on Jewish culture. It is narrated by Peter Riegert. The film includes interviews and narratives provided by, and footage of, well known Jewish basketball personalities including Ossie Schectman, Red Auerbach, Sidney Hertzberg, and Edward Gottlieb as well as other Jewish basketball players.

Skinwalker: Curse of the Shaman (2005)

A mythology student seeking to produce a documentary about six students who were rumored to have fallen victim to a deadly curse finds that she may have underestimated the power of the supernatural in director Steven Stevens' horrific frightener.

The Big Game (1973)

The Big Game is a 1973 film directed by Robert Day. It stars Stephen Boyd and France Nuyen.

La feldmarescialla (1967)

The Crazy Kids of the War is a 1967 Italian-French musicarello film directed by Steno.

A Life at Stake (1955)

A Life at Stake is a 1954 American film noir directed by Paul Guilfoyle. It stars Angela Lansbury and Keith Andes. The film is also known as Key Man.

The Day We Met (1990)

In Israel, a military investigator (Yehuda Barkan) returns to base to catch a rapist and meets a female soldier who is trying to find her father.

It Happens Every Thursday (1953)

It Happens Every Thursday is a 1953 American comedy film directed by Joseph Pevney and starring Loretta Young, John Forsythe and Frank McHugh. It was Loretta Young's final film, as she switched to television work after this point. The film cost $617,085 to make, with Young receiving $75,000 for her appearance.

A Dark Reflection (2015)

A Dark Reflection is a 2015 British independent investigative thriller film directed and produced by former British Airways airline captain Tristan Loraine. Billed as Erin Brockovich meets All the President's Men and as a fact-based investigative thriller, the film is based on the director's own experience as a commercial pilot. The film was made largely by volunteers with funding from unions, passenger groups and concerned aviation figures. It is said to be based on actual events surrounding the issue of Aerotoxic Syndrome. The film involves an air traffic controller who is suspended after a serious in-flight incident, and a series of cover-ups dating back decades.

Grievous Bodily Harm (1988)

Grievous Bodily Harm is a 1988 Australian crime film directed by Mark Joffe starring Colin Friels and John Waters.

Ashes (2010)

An Indian-American man (Ajay Naidu) falls in with a group of smalltime gangsters while trying to support his mentally ill brother.

The Dispensables (2009)

His parents unemployed and often drunk, a boy (Oskar Bökelmann) finds stability with his grandmother and his girlfriend.

Crossland (2013)

Jason meets Nicole while jogging through a private forest. They are chased by something and lose each other while running away.

La vie des morts (1991)

A young woman convenes with her extended family in a provincial village where her cousin, in a coma, is hospitalized after attempting suicide.

Oil Sands Karaoke (2013)

Oil Sands Karaoke is a 2013 feature documentary film directed by Charles Wilkinson. The film follows five people working in or around the infamous oil sands of Northern Alberta as they compete in a karaoke contest held at local watering hole Bailey's Pub. The film was produced by Wilkinson and Tina Schliessler, and executive produced by Kevin Eastwood and Knowledge Network's Murray Battle.

Love in the Time of Advertising (2014)

A young man lives inside of a billboard to update the advertisements.

A Woman (1915)

A Woman was Charlie Chaplin's ninth film for Essanay Films. It was made in Los Angeles at the Majestic Studio and released in 1915.

Love Is a Four Letter Word (2007)

Complications arise when the respective attorneys (Teri Polo, Robert Mailhouse) for a divorcing couple have an unexpected love affair.

The Woman of Rumour (1954)

The Woman in the Rumor is a 1954 black-and-white Japanese film directed by Kenji Mizoguchi.

Stacey (1973)

Stacey is a 1973 exploitation film directed by Andy Sidaris. Half the budget was provided by Roger Corman for his New World Pictures the rest was raised by Sidaris. It was re-released in 1975 as Stacy and Her Gangbusters.

Jimmy Zip (1999)

A 16-year-old pyromaniac and a sculptor team up to bring down an unscrupulous drug dealer.

A Yank in Ermine (1955)

An American discovers that he is a British earl and heads to England to claim his estate.

Anita e Garibaldi (2013)

Anita e Garibaldi is a 2013 Brazilian historical drama film directed by Alberto Rondalli. The film follows the arrival of Giuseppe Garibaldi in Brazil, his meeting with Anita Garibaldi and the human and military learning with Luigi Rossetti in the struggle for liberation of the state of Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina of the Brazilian Empire.

Journey to the Shore (2015)

Winner of the Un Certain Regard Best Director award in Cannes, Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Journey to the Shore confirms the director’s place as a contemporary auteur.Mizuki’s husband, Yusuke, drowned at sea three years ago. When he suddenly comes back home, she is not that surprised, instead, Mizuki wonders what took him so long. Together they embark on a journey to meet the people who helped him on his journey in a world where the living and the dead coexist in an almost normal manner.Starring two of Japan’s biggest actors, Tadanobu Asano and Eri Fukatsu, Kurosawa’s film is a beautifully shot love story that challenges our usual conceptions of life, death and half-life. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present the film to UK audiences in this special edition Dual Format release.Also screening in cinemas in the UK & Dublin from 20 May 2016

Follow The Boys (1963)

For the theme song sung by Connie Francis, see Follow the Boys (song). For the 1944 movie starring Marlene Dietrich, see Follow the Boys. Follow the Boys (1963) is a comedy film starring Connie Francis, Paula Prentiss, and Janis Paige, and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Directed by Richard Thorpe and shot on location on the French and Italian Riviera, Follow the Boys was MGM's second film vehicle for top recording artist Francis following Where the Boys Are (1960). While Francis' role in the earlier film had been somewhat secondary, she had a distinctly central role in Follow the Boys playing Bonnie Pulaski, a newlywed traveling the Riviera.

Don't Bet on Women (1931)

Don't Bet on Women is a 1931 American romantic comedy film directed by William K. Howard and starring Edmund Lowe, Jeanette MacDonald and Roland Young.

One Million K(l)icks (2015)

A fighter becomes involved in an underground martial arts tournament that airs online.

Bongoland II: There Is No Place Like Home (2008)

Juma returns to his homeland of Bongoland.

King of the Camp (2008)

A kitchen worker at a summer camp competes in wakeboarding and tries to win the heart of a counselor.

Dark Mission: Evil Flowers (1988)

A CIA agent (Christopher Mitchum) becomes embroiled in a turf war between a drug lord (Christopher Lee) and another faction.

Defying Gravity (2008)

Defying Gravity is a 2008 independent film directed by Michael Keller and produced by Balancing Act Pictures. It was accepted into eleven film festivals and won four awards.

43 (2015)

Forty-three students go missing in Guerrero, Mexico.

Romeo and Juliet (1966)

Prokofiev’s stunning score combined with Shakespeare’s famous story of star-crossed lovers make this a rare treat. The path of true love winds to a tragic end for Romeo and Juliet. Their families oppose their lovematch and, in a desperate attempt to be together, tragedy strikes. With the leads played by Margot Fonteyn and Rudolph Nureyev, this is a masterpiece on many levels.

Vampire Junction (2001)

When an unsuspecting female doctor arrives in Fallas, N.M., she soon realizes the town is like no other.

Spy Chasers (1955)

Spy Chasers is a 1955 film starring the comedy team of The Bowery Boys. The film was released on July 31, 1955 by Allied Artists and is the thirty-eighth film in the series.

Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki (1955)

Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki is a 1955 American comedy film directed by Lee Sholem. It is the seventh installment of Universal-International's Ma and Pa Kettle franchise starring Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride.

Cut and Paste (2008)

Cut and Paste is a 2006 Egyptian film. After turning thirty, Gmilla's dreams of emigrating abroad have collapsed. She meets Youssef who is also thinking of traveling and they make a pact that they will help each other to emigrate more easily. But the plan goes in an unexpected direction.

Bomb It 2 (2013)

Filmmaker Jon Reiss and his crew go to Asia, Australia, the Middle East, and elsewhere to examine local graffiti and talk with the street artists.

Through The Valley (2008)

A reformed criminal, who has dedicated his life to helping young kids avoid making the same mistakes that he once did, is drawn back into a life of crime and framed for a murder by the local DA.

Finders, Keepers... (1996)

The key to a woman's heart is sometimes...timing.

Fools On The Hill (2012)

Ordinary citizen Jerrol LeBaron tries to get a law passed that would require state and federal legislators to read and understand all bills before voting on them.

From the Earth to the Moon (2013)

A post-Civil War America launches an expedition to the moon via cannon.

Fukushima: Is There a Way Out? (2013)

The Fukushima nuclear disaster is considered the worst of the 21st century. Watch as seventeen Japanese citizens are granted access to see the impact of the worst nuclear power plant incident in history, Chernobyl, and ponder what the future of Fukushima has in store following these tragic events.

Gary Owen: True Story (2012)

Gary Owen: The True Story is a comedy special that aired in 2012 which stars comedian Gary Owen. The special originally aired on Showtime as he performed his comedy in Las Vegas. In his routine he talked about his life growing up and living in a trailer park. He talks about his family and the issues of being in an interracial marriage and being a dad. The special is very funny and very down to Earth. He gives a spin on his life experiences where the audience can relate to on a personal level. Gary Owen: The True Story is one comedy show where anyone can relate to what the comedian is saying.

Ghosts of Door County (2013)

Paranormal investigators explore various places in Wisconsin's Door County.

Giving Up the Ghosts: Closing Time At Doc's Music Hall (2015)

Robert Mugge's music documentary explores the twin careers of respected physician and musician Dr. John Peterson and the music and arts venue he owned and helped operate in downtown Muncie, Indiana from 1992 to 2012. The film alternates a final performance at his Doc's Music Hall with assorted interviews and related activities, including a ceremony to "free" the building's ghosts.

Global Warming: The Signs and Science (2005)

60 minute documentary about people across America living with the grave consequences of a changing climate and the individuals, communities and scientists inventing new approaches to safeguard our children's future.

Goodnight, Gloria (2015)

A selfless woman, always willing to see the good in people, becomes linked to an unsolved murder.

Great Bible Stories: Volume 1 (2012)

Witness a touching depiction of sacred events from the Bible and Jesus' teachings with this engaging collection of six short films. Gracefully and skillfully presented, this series is an excellent resource for every family.

Great Expectations (2007)

Great Expectations is a 2007 documentary about the history of visionary architecture by director Jesper Wachtmeister. The film uses interviews to frame the history of utopian and visionary architecture through the 20th century. Subjects include Le Corbusier, Oscar Niemeyer, Peter Cook, Buckminster Fuller, Moshe Safdie, Antti Lovag, Paolo Soleri, Peter Vetsch and Jacque Fresco.