La Source (2012)
Josue Lajeunesse, a janitor from Haiti working at Princeton, returns to his country after the 2010 earthquake to help his village find clean water.
Zombie 4: After Death (1989)
After Death is an Italian zombie film. The film is set on a remote island where a voodoo curse that raises the dead from their graves to feast on the flesh of the living. When a boat containing a group of explorers which includes a young girl who experienced the zombie uprising years earlier, makes an emergency docking on the island, the crew find that their only hope for survival is a protective idol given to the young girl by her mother years ago.
A young businessman buys a slum with the intention of modernizing it to establish a bar and sees 70 years of history pass before his eyes.
Fugitive Of The Plains (1943)
Fugitive of the Plains is a 1943 American film directed by Sam Newfield.
The film is also known as Raiders of Red Rock (America reissue title).
You Cannot Start Without Me: Valery Gergiev, Maestro (2009)
A year of conductor Valery Gergiev's life.
Barry McKenzie Holds His Own (1974)
Barry McKenzie Holds His Own is the 1974 sequel to the 1972 Australian comedy film The Adventures of Barry McKenzie. Returning from the original film is Barry Crocker in the title role, as well as Barry Humphries in the role of Barry's aunt, Dame Edna. Also returning in the director's chair is Bruce Beresford. The then Prime Minister of Australia, Gough Whitlam, along with his wife Margaret Whitlam, made cameo appearances as themselves. Barry Humphries contends that Barry McKenzie was an inspiration for the later film Crocodile Dundee.
Beats of Freedom (2009)
Poland's history of rock music and independence.
Murder Syndrome (1981)
Murder Obsession (Italian: Follia omicida) is a 1981 film directed by Riccardo Freda.
Too Early/Too Late (1982)
Contrasting Egyptian and French peasant revolts, this film explores the often tentative, yet urgent conditions of revolution.
Kanave Kalaiyadhe (1999)
After his fiancee (Simran) is killed in an explosion, a man (Murali) finds her exact double living in another city.
The One World Tour: Europe! (2010)
Filmmakers Zack Coffman and Scott Di Lalla screen their cult motorcycle films during a six-week European tour.
How DOooo You Do (1945)
How Doooo You Do!!! is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Ralph Murphy and written by Harry Sauber and Joseph Carole. The film stars Bert Gordon, Harry von Zell, Cheryl Walker, Ella Mae Morse, Frank Albertson and Claire Windsor. The film was released on December 24, 1945, by Producers Releasing Corporation.
Along Comes The Tiger (1977)
A gang's plan to overthrow an emperor is thwarted by a young woman who has learned the seven steps of kung fu.
Hail the New Puritan (1985)
Hail the New Puritan is a fictionalized documentary about the Scottish dancer and choreographer Michael Clark. It was directed by Charles Atlas. Production design is by Leigh Bowery, who also appears. Much of the music is by The Fall, and Mark E. Smith and Brix Smith appear in a mock interview with Clark. Additional music is provided by Glenn Branca, Bruce Gilbert (of Wire), and Jeffrey Hinton.
Using a faux-cinéma vérité style, Atlas depicts a day in Clark's life as he and his Company prepare for a performance of New Puritans (1984). The Company at that time included Gaby Agis, Leslie Bryant, Matthew Hawkins, Julie Hood, and Ellen van Schuylenburch.
The film was broadcast on 21 May 1986 on Channel 4's "Dance on 4" program (on Channel 4). It is distributed on DVD and VHS by Electronic Arts Intermix.
Midsummer Nightmares (2011)
Audrey's horror-themed costume party turns into a real bloodbath when an uninvited guest goes on a killing spree.
Loser Love (1999)
Loser Lover is a 1999 film directed by Jean-Marc Vallée.
One Nation Under God (2009)
One Nation Under God is a 2009 American documentary film. It is directed by Will Bakke, produced by Michael B Allen, and stars Michael B Allen, Lawson Hopkins, Austin Meek, and Will Bakke. This is Will Bakke's first film. Original Production began in March 2008 in Dallas, Texas and completed in March 2009. The film has had limited screening around the US since it premiered on April 11, 2009, and was released on DVD August 31, 2009.
The Mysteries of a Hairdresser's Shop (1923)
Mysteries of a Barbershop is a comic, slapstick German film of 33 minutes, created by Bertolt Brecht, directed by Erich Engel, and starring the Munich cabaret clown Karl Valentin and leading stage actor Erwin Faber. Brecht reportedly did not write a complete shooting script, but rather produced "notes" and "parts of a manuscript" for this short, silent film and intended the actors to improvise the action. Although the film was not considered a success by any of its creative team, and consequently never released as a profit making film to the public, it has been recognized and acknowledged—since its re-discovery in a Moscow archive in the 1970s—as a considerably important German film.
Free Radicals: A History of Experimental Film (2012)
This documentary provides a vivid introduction to one of the most important, yet perpetually marginalized, realms of filmmaking: Avant-garde cinema. In its exploration of this expansive domain, FREE RADICALS privileges rare interviews with filmmakers in the avant-garde tradition and includes several films in their entirety.
Children Who Labor (1912)
After a working-class family reluctantly allows its eldest daughter to work in a factory, it takes in a lost young girl, who turns out to be the mill owner's daughter.
The Greatest Question (1919)
Whether there is life after death becomes an almost peripheral issue in this tense story of villainy and retribution. Pious, generous and good, the Hilton's faith is sorely tried when they lose a son during World War I. The younger son (Robert Harron) tries his best to keep the family afloat, and an orphan girl they had taken in (Lillian Gish) hires herself out as a maid to an evil couple, only to be treated as a slave by the wife and to find herself in constant danger from the husband. Things go from bad to worse as Gish recognises her employers as the couple who killed and buried a girl the man had raped, and having accused them of the crime, may well suffer the same fate herself. Harron saves her in the nick of time and realising he loves her, asks her to be his wife. Griffith's masterly intercutting creates real suspense in the climactic scene of Gish's recollection of the crime, the accusation, her flight from the couple and their attempts to reach her in the attic where she has fled.
Strange Gamble (1948)
Strange Gamble is a 1948 American Western film directed by George Archainbaud and written by Doris Schroeder, Bennett Cohen and Ande Lamb. The film stars William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks, Elaine Riley, James Craven and Robert Williams. The film was released on October 8, 1948, by United Artists.
In the Beginning There Was Light (2010)
In The Beginning There Was Light is a documentary film by Austrian director P. A. Straubinger on the subject of inedia. Straubinger visits several people who supposedly nourish themselves with "light" and tries to find possible explanations on how inedia might work. Straubinger researched inedia for ten years. This led to the film's production, which took five years. The film premiered on May 13, 2010 at the Marché du Film.
Mondo Mod (1967)
California's famous Sunset Strip as seen in 1966.
Arson Gang Busters (1938)
Arson Gang Busters is a 1938 American action film directed by Joseph Kane and written by Alex Gottlieb, Norman Burnstine and Joseph Hoffman. The film stars Robert Livingston, Rosalind Keith, Jackie Moran, Warren Hymer, Jack La Rue and Clay Clement. The film was released on March 28, 1938, by Republic Pictures.
Into the Wake (2012)
A man is lured to a remote bridge and gets caught up in a decades-old family feud.
Two reclusive nerds recognize the rebel in each other.
Love Child (2011)
Love Child (Spanish: La hija natural) is a 2011 Dominican Republic drama film written and directed by Leticia Tonos. The film was selected as the Dominican Republic entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
The Entrepreneur (2013)
Malcolm Bricklin attempts to bring Chinese cars to America.
Love Is Where You Find It (2009)
A middle-aged man and a 26 year old woman fall in love.
A detective (Ben Clayton) searches for a serial killer while seeing visions of his victims.
Realms of Blood (2004)
Three short stories revolve around a crazed veteran, a mysterious cologne and a vampire hunter.
Hotel Swooni (2011)
Hotel Swooni (Dutch: Swooni) is a 2011 Belgian drama film directed by Kaat Beels.
Thanks is a 2011 American comedy film directed by Martin Bergman. The film premiered at the 2011 Palm Springs International Film Festival.
Nine men and women living and working on Mars are assaulted by a murderous band of strangers and a seemingly unstoppable alien creature.
Sarah Prefers to Run (2013)
Sarah Prefers to Run (French: Sarah préfère la course) is a 2013 Canadian drama film written and directed by Chloé Robichaud. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. It won the Women in Film & Television Vancouver Artistic Merit Award at the 2013 Vancouver International Film Festival.
Miss South Pacific: Beauty And The Sea (2011)
Contestants use the 2009-2010 pageant to bring attention to climate change.
Chess Fever (1925)
Chess Fever is a 1925 Soviet silent comedy film directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin and Nikolai Shpikovsky. Chess Fever is a comedy about the Moscow 1925 chess tournament, made by Pudovkin during the pause in the filming of Mechanics of the Brain. The film combines acted parts with actual footage from the tournament.
¡Una carrerita, Doctor! (2011)
An ER physician drives a cab on his days off to make ends meet.
European leaders are portrayed in a re-enactment of the August 1968 Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia.
Girlfriends is a 2009 South Korean romantic comedy film starring Kang Hye-jung, Han Chae-young, Huh E-jae and Bae Soo-bin.
My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts (1999)
My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts is a 1999 animated short by Torill Kove. Co-produced by Marcy Page of the National Film Board of Canada and Lars Tømmerbakke of Studio Magica in Norway, the film humorously recounts a tall tale about the filmmaker's grandmother in Oslo, Norway, during World War II, who actually ironed the shirts for Norway's King Haakon VII for many years.
The Man Who Bottled Clouds (2008)
A chronicle of composer and politician Humberto Teixeira.
Seeing Red (1939)
Afterbeing fired, a man (Red Skelton) puts a hex on his boss.
Double Trouble (2015)
A post-menopausal woman marries a much younger man.
Five college friends hit the road for a ski trip. When they end up at the wrong location and can't backtrack, they decide to take shelter in an abandoned house. When they wake in the morning, things are not quite what they seemed.
The Daydreamer's Notebook (2017)
In seven short films, filmmaker Michael J. Saul showcases his obsession with daydreaming.
A strange being bites a pregnant woman, turning her baby into something called a "pureblood."
With the majority of the human race living on Mars, few have ever seen the dying Earth. A select few are chosen to return home to aid in its rehabilitation process.
Forgotten Babies (1933)
Forgotten Babies is a 1933 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan.
Tough to Kill (1978)
Tough to Kill (Italian: Duri a morire) is a 1978 Italian action film written and directed by Joe D'Amato and starring Luc Merenda.
If You Want to Live... Shoot! (1968)
A young cowboy flees town after shooting a man over a rigged poker game.
When You Read This Letter (1953)
When You Read This Letter (French: Quand tu liras cette lettre) is a 1953 French-Italian drama film directed by Jean-Pierre Melville and starring Philippe Lemaire, Juliette Gréco and Yvonne Sanson.
It was shot at the Billancourt Studios in Paris. Location filming also take place on the coast of Southern France where the film is set. The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Gys.
The film was a commercial success and permitted Melville to acquire his own studios to make his future productions.
A couple's troubled past comes back to haunt them, and they are forced to flee to the wilds of the desert.
Billy the Kid: Showdown in Lincoln County (2017)
This second feature of the Billy the Kid trilogy by Christopher Forbes covers the bloody Lincoln County conflict between the ranchers and store owners.
Young Desire (1930)
Young Desire is a 1930 American drama film directed by Lewis D. Collins and written by Winifred Reeve, C. Gardner Sullivan and Matt Taylor. The film stars Mary Nolan, William Janney, Ralf Harolde, Mae Busch, George Irving and Claire McDowell. The film was released on June 8, 1930, by Universal Pictures.
Tigers at the Top (1975)
Two people team up to defeat an evil warlord.
War and Peace, Part III: The Year 1812 (1967)
The exploits of Natasha Rostova, the adolescent daughter of a countess.
Reminiscence: The Beginning (2014)
A couple have to face something beyond the human mind when they experiment with parallel time, time breaks and black holes.
The Eve (2014)
Friends head to a remote island off from Martha's Vineyard to celebrate New Year's Eve. As tensions rise, an unforeseen presence halts the celebration and turns the holiday into a fight for survival.
The New Janitor (1914)
The New Janitor was the 27th comedy from Keystone Studios to feature Charlie Chaplin. The film is arguably one of his best for the studio, and a precursor to a key Essanay Studios short, The Bank. The film also demonstrates the differences that Chaplin had with Keystone comedy in that it is a coherent whole in which the stock characters actually fill some emotional center. Chaplin brings a certain complexity to his janitor, unusual to the comedy factory of Mack Sennett. The film, which stars among Sennett's bit players Jess Dandy, Al St. John, John T. Dillon, and Helen Carruthers, is far more centered and clear in direction. Comedy flows from within the story rather than as a by-product of story. After all this is a typical bank robbery storyline.
His Favorite Pastime (1914)
His Favourite Pastime is a 1914 American comedy film starring Charlie Chaplin.
A Fighting Season (2015)
In 2007, two Army recruiters face the pressures of recruitment while waiting for their own deployments.
Suh-Suh Pyoung, Slowly and Peacefully (2017)
Documentary about the German missionary Elisabeth Johanna Shepping, also known Joseon Teresa, and her efforts to spread Christianity in Korea.
A hitchhiker changes a young woman's life.
Prabhu is a happy-go-lucky person who owns a toy shop. He falls in love with Meena and gets married to her. Along with smoking and drinking he has the bad habit of staring at women.
Jimmy Dore: Sentenced To Live (2015)
Comedian and author, Jimmy Dore has been Sentenced To Live. His outrageous political humor promises to make you think, while you laugh. From the President, to the media, to his dog - he covers it all. Filmed live in Los Angeles, CA.
Granny Get Your Gun (1940)
Granny Get Your Gun is a 1940 comedy film directed by George Amy and written by Kenneth Gamet. The film stars May Robson, Harry Davenport, Margot Stevenson, Hardie Albright, Clem Bevans and Clay Clement. It is based primarily on supporting characters found in the Perry Mason novel The Case of the Dangerous Dowager. The film was released by Warner Bros. on February 10, 1940.
The Key to Reserva (2007)
The Key to Reserva is a 2007 short film or long-form advertisement for Freixenet Cava champagne starring, written and directed by Martin Scorsese.
Fun in Balloon Land (1965)
Sonny falls asleep during a story and wakes up in a magical world filled with giant balloon people and animals.
Beyond the Door (1974)
Juliet Mills plays Jessica, the wife of a San Francisco music producer who cheats on her husband with Dimitri (Robert Johnson). What Jessica doesn't know is that Dimitri is a Satanist and that he's impregnated her with the Antichrist.
Bank Brothers (2004)
Bank Brothers is a 2004 comedy film directed and written by Kenneth Guertin
Fires on the Plain (2014)
Fires on the Plain is a 2014 Japanese drama film directed by Shinya Tsukamoto. The film is a remake of the 1959 anti-war film of the same name by Kon Ichikawa. It was selected to compete for the Golden Lion at the 71st Venice International Film Festival.
Katja's Adventure (1999)
A girl (Fanny Bernth) must save a young falcon from a taxidermist's (Alessandro Haber) scalpel.
Where Time Began (1977)
Viaje al centro de la Tierra (Spanish: Journey to the Center of the Earth) is a 1978 Spanish adventure film based on Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne. It has been released in English-speaking areas under the titles Where Time Began and The Fabulous Journey to the Center of the Earth.
Mazeppa is a 1993 French drama film directed by Bartabas. It was entered into the 1993 Cannes Film Festival where it won the Technical Grand Prize. It is part of the cultural legacy of Mazeppa, a Ukrainian hero and a narrative poem by Lord Byron.
Et toi t'es sur qui? (2007)
French teens (Lucie Desclozeaux, Christa Thret) pledge to lose their virginity before summer.
For decades, the Mirtagarh and Surjangarh clans of Rajasthan, India, have fought each other. With both families sucked into a deadly cycle of violence, sons Vikram (Sanjay Dutt) and Vinay (Sunny Deol) are sent to London to keep them safe. Growing up unaware of their families' mutual hatred, the two become the best of friends, with Vinay planning to marry Vikram's cousin, Neelima (Raveena Tandon) -- but when both return to India, their relatives turn them against each other.
Coconut Hero (2015)
Coconut Hero is a 2015 German-Canadian comedy film directed by Florian Cossen.
VeggieTales: Moe and the Big Exit (2007)
Moe and his kin work hard digging the Grand Canyon and send the zucchini mayor up the river when he treats the family poorly. Moe frees his people when a heap of trouble comes to town, and they flee the city once and for all!
The Reaper (2015)
The Reaper is a 2014 Croatian-Slovenian drama film directed by Zvonimir Jurić. It was selected to be screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.
Regular or Super: Views on Mies van der Rohe (2004)
Filmmakers Patrick Demers and Joseph Hillel look at the life and work of the famed architect, who approached his designs with a "less is more" philosophy.
The Whirlwind (1933)
The Whirlwind is a 1933 American Pre-Code Western film directed by D. Ross Lederman.
All Under the Moon (1993)
All Under the Moon is a 1993 Japanese film directed by Yoichi Sai and starring Masato Hagiwara and Ruby Moreno.
Mantis Fist Fighter (1980)
The Thundering Mantis is a 1980 Hong Kong martial arts action film directed by Teddy Yip, starring Bryan Leung, Cheng Feng and Eddy Ko Hung.
Hotel Normandy (2013)
Alice has everything she wants at the age of 40 -- everything except a man. Her best friends, intent on facilitating her encounter with a guy, book a luxurious room at a grand hotel.
Remote Control (2013)
Tsog, a runaway who makes his home on a rooftop, spends much of his time retreating to his imagination. When he spies a lonely woman in the building next door, he embarks on a mission to meet her and intertwine their fates.
Going to School with Father on My Back (1997)
Shiwa is the son of a poor farmer in China. When his mother dies and his sister leaves the farm, Shiwa is forced to take care of his disabled father.
Marty, a trouble nerd, lives with his abusive mother, a prostitute who murders her clients. When she threatens to pull him away from his sister, Marty decides she's gone too far, and it's time to stand up for himself.
It Felt Like Love (2013)
In this unflinchingly honest and refreshingly unsentimental coming-of-age story, 14-year-old Lila (Gina Piersanti, in a remarkable debut) spends a languid South Brooklyn summer playing third wheel to her promiscuous friend Chiara and Chiara's boyfriend Patrick. Eager for her own sexual awakening, Lila gamely decides to pursue the older, thuggish Sammy, rumored to sleep with anyone. But as Lila's overt advances unmask her inexperience and quiet desperation, she is quickly pushed into frightening and unwelcome new territory.
Cristóvão Colombo - O Enigma (2007)
Christopher Columbus – The Enigma (Cristóvão Colombo - O Enigma) is a 2007 Portuguese film directed by Manoel de Oliveira. It was filmed in both Portugal and the United States.
House of Shadows (2014)
Megan and her husband travel to Italy to settle his uncle Domenico's will, and Megan starts having frightening dreams and seeing apparitions. She starts investigating the family's background in the village, and discovers a tragic history.
TINY: A STORY ABOUT LIVING SMALL (2013)
Christopher Smith and Merete Mueller chronicle their efforts to construct a mobile home that measures only 120 square feet but contains the comforts of larger houses.
Todas las mujeres (2013)
Nacho, a veterinarian, has to resolve issues with the women in his life.
Beyond the Mountains (1967)
Two Polish brothers (Maximilian Schell, Raf Vallone) escape from Siberia and head for Afghanistan, wooing two women on the way.
Tehran is a 1946 British-Italian thriller film co-directed by Giacomo Gentilomo and William Freshman. It stars Derek Farr as Pemberton Grant, a British intelligence officer who discovers a plot to assassinate the President of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt at the Tehran Conference during the Second World War. It also featured Marta Labarr, Manning Whiley and Pamela Stirling. It was also released under the alternative titles Appointment in Persia and The Plot to Kill Roosevelt and Conspiracy in Teheran.
It was shot at the Scalera Studios in Rome.
It's Your Move (1968)
It's Your Move (Italian: Uno scacco tutto matto) is a 1968 Italian comedy film directed by Robert Fiz and starring Edward G. Robinson and Terry-Thomas.
Europa 2005 - 27 octobre (2006)
A pan of the dead end location where two Tunisian teens were electrocuted.
13: Game of Death (2006)
13 Beloved (Thai: 13 เกมสยอง or 13 Game Sayong, also 13: Game of Death) is a 2006 Thai horror comedy film written and directed by Chukiat Sakveerakul and starring Krissada Sukosol Clapp. The story, about a man who is led through progressively challenging, degrading, and dangerous stunts by mysterious callers from an underground reality game show, is adapted from the 13th Quiz Show episode in the My Mania comic-book series by Eakasit Thairaat. It was the second feature-length film for Chukiat, who previously directed the horror film, Pisaj.
The film won several awards in Thailand and from film festivals. Remake rights for the film were purchased by The Weinstein Company.
Facing Your Danger (1946)
Facing Your Danger is a 1946 American short film. The cameraman was amateur filmmaker Edwin E. Olsen. Using a Cine-Kodak and 16mm Kodachrome film, Olsen shot the film in 1942 on a Grand Canyon river trip conducted by Norman Nevills. Another amateur cameraman on the trip was Otis R. Marston. When Olsen ran out of film, Marston, who had brought 6,000 feet of Kodachrome magazines, provided Olsen with what he needed. Olsen edited the film and sold it to Warner Brothers in 1946. Lee Anthony and Gordon Hollingshead collaborated to re-edit and shorten the film to a one reel for theater release.