Diary of a Shinjuku Thief (1969)

Diary of a Shinjuku Thief is a 1968 Japanese New Wave film directed by Nagisa Oshima.

Hitler Meets Christ (2007)

Hitler Meets Christ is a film that premiered at the Cinequest Film Festival in 2007 and went on to play at other festivals internationally. It was written as a play, then titled Hitler and Christ meet Death at the Port Authority Bus Station, by Michael Moriarty while he was living in New York and acting in Law & Order. It was adapted for screen after Moriarty moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The film was produced by Brendan Keown and Jeremy Dyson of Third Tribe Productions and directed by Brendan Keown. In 2010 the film was released on DVD by Pathfinder Pictures.

Hippy Porn (1993)

Bored college students (Victor E. of Aquitaine, Elizabeth Canning, Marek Waldorf) indulge themselves with art, music and hanging out at the Cafe Camus.

Lemon (2011)

Performer and poet Lemon Andersen, who won a 2003 Tony Award, works on a show called "County of Kings."

The Strawberry Tree (2011)

The Strawberry Tree (Spanish: El árbol de las fresas) is a 2011 experimental film directed by Simone Rapisarda Casanova.

My Heart Is an Idiot (2010)

Davy Rothbart tours the country, promoting his magazine, and gets advice about his love life.

Bloodsucking Pharaohs in Pittsburgh (1991)

A police detective (Jake Dengel) teams up with his buddy's daughter (Susann Fletcher) to investigate cult-ritual mutilations.

BAND OF SISTERS (2012)

Filmmakers focus on the stories of more than a dozen Roman Catholic nuns who play prominent roles in the great social movements that followed Vatican II.

Pier 5, Havana (1959)

Miami businessman Steve Daggett (Cameron Mitchell) arrives in Havana in the wake of the revolution, looking for his army buddy Hank (Logan Field), a hard-drinking mechanic who has suddenly vanished. Steve follows a trail that leads him to the apartment of his old flame -- Hank's current wife, Monica (Allison Hayes) -- and to a boat shop where he is beaten up by strangers and warned to leave Cuba. He discovers that Hank's disappearance is linked to a conspiracy to depose Fidel Castro.

In Turmoil (2012)

With help from a friend (Yvan Attal), a factory worker (Clovis Cornillac) plans to steal money from his employer.

Haru's Journey (2010)

Haru's Journey is a 2010 Japanese drama film directed by Masahiro Kobayashi. It was released in Japan on 22 May. The film stars Tatsuya Nakadai as Tadao, the lead actor; Eri Tokunaga as Haru, the lead actress; Hideji Ōtaki as Shigeo Kanamoto ; Teruyuki Kagawa as Shinichi Tsuda ; Naho Toda as Nobuko Tsuda. The film was distributed by Asmik Ace and T-Joy.

Silver or Lead (2012)

Orlando flees from Colombia and moves to the United States to live with his aunt. Then Orlando meets Jairo and leaves behind his humble life when he sees the easy money and power that comes from being a criminal.

Associés contre le crime: L'oeuf d'Ambroise (2012)

The Beresfords are tasked with finding what happened to a Russian heiress who's mysteriously disappeared.

BorderLine (2012)

The post-9/11 relationship between the United States and Canada continues to change.

Death of a Killer (1964)

An ex-con finds revenge is sweet when a confrontation with his betrayer is arranged by a crime czar.

Scoumoune (1972)

La Scoumoune ("Bad luck") is a 1972 French film directed by José Giovanni, starring Jean Paul Belmondo, Claudia Cardinale and Michel Constantin. It is an adaption of Giovanni's novel L'Excommunié. La Scoumoune is a remake of a 1961 French movie, A Man Named Rocca, directed by Jean Becker, also based on Giovanni's novel and starring Belmondo in the same part.

Bad Seeds (2012)

Louis (Emile Berling), the headmaster's son, releases his dark side when he helps his troublemaking friend, Greg (Kvin Azas), kidnap Camille (Sarah Stern).

After the Fox (1966)

This wildly funny farce gives the comic genius of Peter Sellers free reign as he assumes several wacky personalities in an original script by Neil Simon.

Air Collision (2012)

When a solar storm wipes out the air traffic control system, Air Force One and a passenger jet liner are locked on a collision course in the skies above the midwest.

Through the Glass (2008)

Through the Glass is an 2008 American-Nigerian comedy film, written, directed and produced by Stephanie Okereke. The film was nominated for Best Screenplay at the 5th Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2009.

What a Difference a Day Made: Doris Day Superstar (2009)

The life and career of singer/actress Doris Day.

Trapped (2009)

As he prepares to celebrate the signing of an important contract, a wealthy businessman (Corbin Bernsen) faces betrayal from all sides.

The Monster (1903)

The Monster is a 1903 French short silent trick film directed by Georges Méliès.

Tomie: Forbidden Fruit (2002)

Tomie: Forbidden Fruit is a 2002 Japanese horror film directed by Shun Nakahara. It is the fourth installment of the Tomie film series, based on an eponymous manga by Junji Ito.

Brass Bells (1999)

Saworoide is a 1999 film directed by Tunde Kelani and released through Mainframe Films and Television Productions.

Sand (1949)

Sand is a 1949 American Western film directed by Louis King and starring Mark Stevens, Coleen Gray, and Rory Calhoun. It was nominated at the 22nd Academy Awards for Best Cinematography (color)-which Charles G. Clarke was nominated for.

Small Creatures (2011)

Cracks appear in the friendship among three 14-year-old teenagers.

Fate of a Man (1959)

Fate of a Man (Russian: Судьба человека, translit. Sudba Cheloveka), also released as A Man's Destiny and Destiny of a Man is a 1959 Soviet film adaptation of the novel by Mikhail Sholokhov, and also the directorial debut of Sergei Bondarchuk. In the year of its release it won the Grand Prize at the 1st Moscow International Film Festival; Bondarchuk would win again for the first part of his colossal adaption of Tolstoy's War and Peace, titled Andrei Bolkonsky, six years later.

The Kids Grow Up (2010)

A director takes a deep look at his relationship with his daughter.

Spicy Love Soup (1997)

Spicy Love Soup (Chinese: 爱情麻辣烫; pinyin: Aìqíng Má Là Tāng) is a 1997 Chinese film directed by Zhang Yang and written by Zhang, Liu Fendou, Cai Shangjun, and Diao Yi'nan based on a story by Zhang and Peter Loehr. Spicy Love Soup was produced by Loehr's Imar Film Company, Xi'an Film Studio, and Taiwanese financing. The film is Zhang's directorial debut and would prove to be a launching pad for those both in front and behind the cameras. Screenwriters Cai Shangjun (The Red Awn) and Diao Yi'nan (Uniform, Night Train) have since gone on to direct their own films, while Liu Fendou has expanded into both directing (Green Hat) and film production (Zhang Yibai's Spring Subway). The cast is also notable for the debuts of two of China's most popular actresses, Gao Yuanyuan and Xu Jinglei. The film is an anthology of sorts, and tells its story of love and life in modern Beijing through a series of five vignettes. Spicy Love Soup was, in addition, the first film in mainland China to see a simultaneous release of a soundtrack, consisting largely of contemporary pop songs.

My Heart of Darkness (2010)

My Heart of Darkness is a Swedish–German 2010 documentary film about four ex-soldiers from different sides of the Angolan civil war and their posttraumatic stress disorder. The film was recorded in 2007. It was first shown at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam on November 20, 2010. It premiered in Sweden on April 8 the next year. The title of the film is a reference to Joseph Conrad's novella Heart of Darkness. The film, like the novella, takes place on a boat traveling up an African river, and covers issues of tragedy and abuse. The four ex-soldiers do not all speak the same language, but translate for each other. The narrator Marius van Niekerk, who is also the film's director and lead character, speaks English, while the others speak Portuguese and Afrikaans.

Darkened Rooms (1929)

Darkened Rooms is a 1929 American mystery film directed by Louis J. Gasnier and starring Evelyn Brent. This film is preserved at the Library of Congress.

The Dark Horse (1946)

A war veteran gets caught up in a political whirl after a chance meeting.

Beauty and the Beast (1978)

Beauty and the Beast is a Czechoslovak horror fairy tale film directed by Slovak film director Juraj Herz in 1978. The film is a re-telling of the classic tale Beauty and the Beast. Herz made the innovative decision to depict the beast as a bird-like creature. It has a gothic atmosphere and setting, and a pervasive atmosphere of dread.

Heroes in Hell (1974)

In World War II, guerrillas kidnap a German general.

Deadly Exposure (1995)

After being rejected in Hollywood, an independent filmmaker returns to Arizona and begins killing his producer's employees.

Young Wives' Tale (1951)

A post-war housing crisis leaves a shy woman to share a house with two couples. Comic situations arise as the new roomer becomes infatuated with one of the husbands.

Dawn of America (1951)

Dawn of America (Spanish: Alba de América) is a 1951 Spanish historical adventure film directed by Juan de Orduña and starring Antonio Vilar, María Martín and José Suárez. The film depicts the discovery of the Americas by Christopher Columbus in the late fifteenth century.

Frontier Gun (1958)

Frontier Gun is a 1958 American Western film directed by Paul Landres and written by Stephen Kandel. The film stars John Agar, Joyce Meadows, Barton MacLane, Robert Strauss, Lyn Thomas and James Griffith. The film was released on December 1, 1958, by 20th Century Fox.

Bardsongs (2010)

Three vignettes pose the question: What is the greatest part of all knowledge.

The Copper Beeches (1912)

Sherlock Holmes (Georges Treville) intercepts treachery at a foreboding English estate.

No One Sleeps (2000)

A gay medical student (Tom Wlaschiha) follows up on his father's AIDS theory, while seeing a man (Jim Thalman) with news about a serial killer.

Young Jesse James (1960)

Young Jesse James is a 1960 American adventure film directed by William F. Claxton and written by Orville H. Hampton and Jerry Sackheim. The film stars Ray Stricklyn, Willard Parker, Merry Anders, Robert Dix, Emile Meyer and Jacklyn O'Donnell. The film was released on August 2, 1960, by 20th Century Fox.

The Fall of the Romanov Dynasty (1927)

Filmmaker Esfir Shub covers events in Russia from 1913 to 1917.

The Fruit Hunters (2012)

The Fruit Hunters is a 2012 feature documentary film about exotic fruit cultivators and preservationists. It is directed by Yung Chang and co-written by Chang and Mark Slutsky, and inspired by Adam Leith Gollner’s 2008 book of the same name.

Thérèse (2012)

Claude Miller's final film stars Audrey Tautou as the titular character who is desperate to escape the confines of a stifling marriage in 1920s France. Society fails to understand Thérèse's anguish at her situation, which has left her with no choice but to take drastic action. The film is anchored by a performance of subtlety and depth by Tautou, who is ably matched by Gilles Lellouche as her husband. Thérèse Desqueyroux is a breathtaking period drama of emotional, suspenseful and lavish cinematic scope.

There's Nothing Out There (1991)

There's Nothing Out There is a 1991 comedy horror film that was directed by Rolfe Kanefsky.

The Devil Pays Off (1941)

The Devil Pays Off is a 1941 American crime film directed by John H. Auer. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Sound Recording (Charles Lootens).

Rockford (1999)

Rockford is a 1999 Indian coming-of-age film directed by Nagesh Kukunoor. The film received positive reviews.

The Devil's Agent (1962)

The Devil's Agent (German: Im Namen des Teufels) is a 1962 drama film directed by John Paddy Carstairs and starring Peter van Eyck, Marianne Koch, Christopher Lee and Macdonald Carey. It was a co-production between Britain, West Germany and the Republic of Ireland. It was based on a novel by Hans Habe. It is set in East Germany during the Cold War.

Bienvenido-Welcome (1995)

The lover of a husband ruins his life, when she leaves in the mirror the message 'welcome to the world of AIDS.'

I'd Receive the Worst News from Your Beautiful Lips (2012)

I'd Receive the Worst News from Your Beautiful Lips (Portuguese: Eu Receberia as Piores Notícias dos Seus Lindos Lábios) is a 2011 Brazilian romance drama film directed by Beto Brant and Renato Ciasca. Based on a novel of the same name by Marçal Aquino, it stars Camila Pitanga, Gustavo Machado, and Zecarlos Machado, in a love triangle. Pitanga plays the role of Lavínia, a former prostitute and drug addict who is taken from the Rio de Janeiro streets by Ernani, a pastor. After a period of time, the couple is shown to be living in Santarém, Pará, where Lavínia falls in love with Cauby, a photographer who sees in her a muse. It took over four months to shoot it in Santarém and Rio de Janeiro.

A Cricket in The Court of Akbar (2009)

A classical player of Indian music has a cultural clash with western culture.

The Utah Kid (1944)

Two U.S. Marshals pursue a gang using snake venom to poison other entrants in rodeo events.

Insurance Investigator (1951)

Insurance Investigator is a 1951 American crime film directed by George Blair and written by Gertrude Walker. The film stars Richard Denning, Audrey Long, John Eldredge, Hillary Brooke, Reed Hadley and Jonathan Hale. The film was released on March 23, 1951, by Republic Pictures.

Cowboy Cavalier (1948)

A musical cowboy and his sidekick help the female owner of a stagecoach line.

Babylon (2012)

Filmmakers document the construction, operation and dismantling of a massive refugee camp at a border checkpoint in Tunisia.

Prisoner of Her Past (2010)

Prisoner of Her Past is a 2010 documentary film, produced by Kartemquin Films, that follows the journey of Chicago Tribune music critic Howard Reich as he travels to Europe to discover why his elderly mother, Sonia Reich, believes people are trying to kill her. Inspired by conversations with young trauma survivors in post-Katrina New Orleans, Howard Reich begins to discover a secret that his mother, Sonia, had kept hidden for over 60 years. For most of her adult life, Sonia Reich was a well adjusted and self-sufficient woman, but now in her eighties, Sonia is suffering from late-onset Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. In order to understand his mother's past, Howard Reich travels to Eastern Europe to discover that Sonia spent her adolescence fleeing the Nazis during World War II. Meeting some of Sonia's distant relatives and childhood friends, Howard begins to unravel what his mother has always refused to speak about. Having lost most of her family to the Holocaust, Sonia spent five years as a "jungle child", starving and constantly on the run. Now as Sonia tries to forget her past, Howard attempts to ease her pain and confront the horrors that haunted her. Prisoner of Her Past was directed by Gordon Quinn, a founder of Kartemquin Films. The film was produced by Joanna Rudnick and Chicago Tribune journalist, Howard Reich, with Associate Producer, Zak Piper. The film was a co-production of Kartemquin Films and the Chicago Tribune. Prisoner of Her Past was the February 2010 winner of the Accolade Competition's Best of Show Award.

The Phantom Of The Open Hearth (1976)

Ralph (David Elliott) needs a date for the junior prom and has his eye on the gorgeous Daphne Bigelow (Tobi Pilavin). Alas, such bliss does not come to pass, and instead he finds himself asking the plain Wanda Hickey (Roberta Wallach). As the prom looms on the horizon, a series of farcical events disrupt Ralph's existence, among them his "old man" (James Broderick) winning a risque table lamp, a church softball game that gets violent and a near-revolution at the local movie house.

After the Reconciliation (2000)

Four Parisians (Claude Perron, Anne-Marie Miville, Jacques Spiesser) discuss philosophy, literature, romance and their own intertwined relationships.

Tibetan Dog (2011)

The Tibetan Dog is a 2011 Chinese/Japanese animated film directed by Masayuki Kojima, co-produced by Madhouse, China Film Group Corporation and Ciwen Pictures. It premiered at 51st Annecy Film Festival in June 2011. In this film, a young boy named Tenzing leaves for Tibet after his mother passes away to live with his father in the prairies and encounters a true friend in form of a golden Tibetan Mastiff. Maiden Japan will release the film on home video in the U.S..

Young Eagles (1930)

Young Eagles is a 1930 American pre-Code romantic drama film directed by William A. Wellman for Paramount Pictures. It stars Charles "Buddy" Rogers, Jean Arthur, and Paul Lukas. The story is based on the stories "The One Who Was Clever" and "Sky-High", written by American aviator and war hero Elliott White Springs. The film's hero is a "heroic combat aviator of the Lafayette Escadrille". Wellman, himself a former pilot in the Lafayette Flying Corps, for whom aviation was a passion, directed the film, the last of his "unofficial trilogy" that included Wings (1927) and The Legion of the Condemned (1928). The director had hoped that the film would prove as popular as his acclaimed World War I aviation drama Wings, which had won the first Academy Award in 1927. Wellman cast Buddy Rogers again as his lead in the new film, but Young Eagles proved to be not as successful.

Prerokbe Ognja (1996)

Predictions of Fire or Prerokbe ognja is a 1996 documentary film by American filmmaker Michael Benson about the Neue Slowenische Kunst.

The Code Conspiracy (2002)

The Code Conspiracy is an 2002 American thriller film written and directed by Hank Whetstone and starring Jim Fitzpatrick, Maria Conchita Alonso, and David Warner for The Asylum. The film had a preliminary release at the 2000 New York Independent Film and Video Festival.

Without a Fight (2012)

Soccer brings social change in Kibera, Kenya, where one of Africa's largest slums exists.

Before My Heart Falls (2012)

A teenager has a key moment in her life before she commits an act she will always regret.

Seven Wonders Of The World (1956)

Seven Wonders of the World is a 1956 film in Cinerama. Lowell Thomas searches the world for natural and man made wonders and invites the audience to try to update the ancient Greek list of the "Wonders of the World".

The Paleface (1922)

The Paleface is a 1922 Buster Keaton two-reeler Western comedy film.

Inchon (1982)

Inchon (also called Inchon!) is a 1981 South Korean–American epic war film about the Battle of Inchon, considered to be the turning point of the Korean War. The film was directed by Terence Young and financed by Unification Church founder Sun Myung Moon. It stars Laurence Olivier as General Douglas MacArthur, who led the United States surprise amphibious landing at Incheon, South Korea in 1950. Also featured are Jacqueline Bisset, Ben Gazzara, Toshiro Mifune, and Richard Roundtree. It was filmed in California, Italy, Ireland, Japan and South Korea. Inchon's plot includes both military action and human drama. Characters face danger and are involved in various personal and dramatic situations. The film concludes with the American victory over North Korean forces in the Battle of Inchon, which is considered to have saved South Korea. The film cost $46 million to produce and encountered many problems during production, including a typhoon and the death of a cast member. Both the Unification Church and the United States military provided personnel as extras during the filming. The film was released theatrically in the United States and Canada in September 1982 and then quickly withdrawn because of its poor performance at the box office. It has never been released on home video, although it has sometimes been broadcast on television. It was the largest financial loss in film of 1982, earning less than $2 million. Reviewers at the time gave it consistently bad reviews and later commentators including Newsweek, TV Guide and Canadian Press have classed Inchon among the worst films of all time.

Norwegian Ninja (2010)

Norwegian Ninja (Norwegian: Kommandør Treholt & ninjatroppen) is a 2010 Norwegian action comedy film, directed by Thomas Cappelen Malling. The film, based on a 2006 book, presents real-life espionage-convicted Arne Treholt as the leader of a ninja group saving Norway during the Cold War and stars Mads Ousdal as Treholt. The film is loosely based on the story of Norwegian politician and diplomat Arne Treholt, who in 1985 was convicted of high treason and espionage on behalf of the Soviet Union and Iraq. In 2006, Thomas Cappelen Malling wrote the book Ninjateknikk II. Usynlighet i strid 1978 ("Ninja Technique II: Invisibility in combat 1978"). The book was presented as a military manual written by Treholt in 1978. It achieved a certain cult status, and was considered a success at 5,000 units sold.

The Strength of Water (2009)

A mysterious stranger's arrival in an isolated town forces Kimi and Melody apart and forces Kimi to let go of what he loves the most.

Happy Husbands (2011)

Happy Husbands is a Hindi comedy film, directed by Anay Sharma and produced by Suresh Sharma. The film was released under the Phenomenal Craft banner.

Turning (2012)

Turning, full title Turning: A Film by Charles Atlas and Antony is a documentary musical art film by video artist Charles Atlas based on a stage collaboration Atlas had with British-American artist Antony Hegarty and her band The Johnsons.

Dangerous Curves (1929)

Dangerous Curves is a 1929 American Pre-Code film starring Clara Bow and Richard Arlen. It was released by Paramount Pictures and was the first Hollywood film for Kay Francis.

Arabia 3D (2011)

An Arabian film student showcases his society's development through history.

Women from Mars (2002)

Three womanizers (Ekin Cheng, Michael Wong) are sent to hell but make a deal with the devil to return to Earth.

Kate's Secret (1986)

Meredith Baxter (TV's "Family Ties" and "Bridget Loves Bernie") plays the wife who seems to have everything in this made-for-TV-movie, which illuminates the problem of bulimia. In fitness-obsessed Southern California, Kate Stark struggles to hide her eating disorder, characterized by a psychological need to binge eat and purge, from her husband (Ben Masters), best friend (Shari Belafonte), and everyone around her who could help her fight this life-threatening illness. When finally confronted by the seriousness of her situation, Kate encounters the caring Dr. Resnick (Ed Asner), and patients with similar issues (played by Tracy Nelson and Mackenzie Phillips), who help her to acknowledge and accept her problem... the first step to healing. Newly remastered.

Sanctuary (1961)

Sanctuary (1961) is a drama film directed by Tony Richardson. The film, based on the William Faulkner novels Sanctuary and Requiem for a Nun, is about the black maid of a white woman who kills the latter's newborn in order to give her employer a way out of a predicament, and then faces the death penalty.

The Escape (1939)

The Escape is a 1939 American action film directed by Ricardo Cortez and written by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan. The film stars Kane Richmond, Amanda Duff, June Gale, Edward Norris, Henry Armetta and Frank Reicher. The film was released on October 6, 1939, by 20th Century Fox.

Ghosts of the 7th Cavalry (2008)

Retired Maj. Robert "Snuffy" Gray crosses the country visiting fellow veterans to confront their demons from the Vietnam War.

L'état sauvage (1978)

The Savage State (or L'état sauvage) is a French drama film directed by Francis Girod.

The Gladiators (1969)

The Gladiators (Swedish: Gladiatorerna, alternate title The Peace Game) is a 1969 Swedish drama/science fiction film directed by Peter Watkins.

Magic Camp (2012)

Kids and young adults learn how to perform magic tricks and illusions at a special school.

A Not So Still Life (2010)

Artist Ginny Ruffner inspires people in and out of the art world with her indefatigable spirit.

Message from Outer Space (1981)

The crew of an intergalactic vessel trades laser blasts and karate kicks with the evil Capt. Kogar and his Rangers.

Running Scared (1972)

Running Scared is a 1972 film directed and co-written by David Hemmings. This was Hemmings' only film as a writer, and his first time directing. It was based on a 1964 novel of the same name written by Gregory Mcdonald.

On the Edge (2012)

On the Edge is a 2011 German-Moroccan-French drama film directed by Leïla Kilani.

Escape to Paradise (2001)

Escaping torture in Turkey, Kurdish man Sehmuz (Duzgun Ayhan) and his wife, Delal (Fidan Firat), escape with their children to Switzerland, where they apply for asylum. Aziz (Nurettin Yildiz), a friend, tells Sehmuz that his story may not impress the Swiss authorities. Aziz and Sehmuz then decide to pay a mysterious local (Walo Lnd), known as a "storyteller," to concoct a different tale. But Aziz goes before the authorities first, and things look grim for the family after he's denied asylum.

A Day Of Violence (2010)

Mitchell spends his last day alive ridding himself of his demons once and for all.

Yatterman (2009)

Yatterman is a 2009 Japanese action comedy film directed by Takashi Miike and based on the anime television show of the same name. The film premiered in Japan on March 7, 2009. The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in the United Kingdom by Eureka on May 12, 2012, while Discotek Media released the film in North America in 2013.

Undaunted... The Early Life of Josh McDowell (2011)

Josh McDowell finds faith after enduring abuse as a child.

Sensitive New Age Killer (2000)

Sensitive New Age Killer is a 2001 Australian film directed by Mark Savage.

Shakedown (2002)

An earthquake traps a cult leader (Ron Perlman) and his followers after they infiltrate a building that contains biological weapons.

The Dalton Gang (1949)

The Dalton Gang is a 1949 American Western film starring Don "Red" Barry. It was directed by Ford Beebe.

Rollover (1981)

Rollover is a 1981 political and financial thriller directed by Alan J. Pakula and starring Jane Fonda and Kris Kristofferson. The film was nominated for a Razzie Awards for Worst Actor for Kristofferson.

Why Change Your Wife? (1920)

Why Change Your Wife? is a 1920 American silent comedy film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Gloria Swanson.

The Visual Language of Herbert Matter (2010)

The filmmaker documents the life of the graphic designer.

After the Factory (2012)

Detroit, Mich., and Lodz, Poland, transition from industrial powerhouses by coming up with new ways to make jobs.

Piece of Paper (2010)

The path of a bill of currency proceeds from printing until its final destination.

The Pornographer: A Love Story (2004)

The line between art and reality begins to blur for a filmmaker (Martin Donovan) and an actress (Irne Jacob) he hired to read through scenes from his latest screenplay.