Taming Sutton's Gal (1957)
Taming Sutton's Gal is a 1957 American film drama directed by Lesley Selander and written by Frederick Louis Fox and Thames Williamson. The film stars John Lupton, Gloria Talbott, Jack Kelly, May Wynn and Verna Felton. It was released on September 15, 1957, by Republic Pictures.
Heroes of the Saddle (1940)
Heroes of the Saddle is a 1940 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by William Witney.
Mission to Glory: A True Story (1977)
Spanish missionary Eusebio Francisco Kino (Richard Egan) serves the circa-1700 Southwest on horseback.
The Negro Soldier (1944)
The Negro Soldier is a 1944 documentary created by the United States Army during World War II. The film was produced by Frank Capra as a follow up to his successful film series Why We Fight. The army used this film as propaganda to convince Black Americans to enlist in the army and fight in the war. Most people regarded the film very highly, some going as far as to say that The Negro Soldier was "one of the finest things that ever happened to America". Due to both high reviews and great cinematography, The Negro Soldier proved to be a breakout film influencing army members and civilians of all races. In 2011, it was chosen to be preserved in the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress.
The Nomadic Who? (2014)
A city hopes its football team can end a 20 year championship drought.
Desert Pursuit (1952)
Desert Pursuit is a 1952 American western film directed by George Blair and starring Wayne Morris, Virginia Grey and George Tobias.
Do You Like My Basement (2014)
A self-proclaimed filmmaker (Charlie Floyd) uses the auditions of genuinely terrified actors as the basis for his homemade horror movie.
Redemption Ride (2011)
A world-class cyclist thinks his career is over after he tests positive for performance enhancing drugs.
The Incredible Genie (1999)
A 13-year-old (Matt Koruba) finds a genie, whose rusty powers land him and his new master in trouble.
Dead Creatures (2001)
Women with a disease which forces them to be cannibals support one another.
Der Fuehrer's Face (1943)
Der Fuehrer's Face is a 1943 American animated anti-Nazi propaganda short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released in 1943 by RKO Radio Pictures. The cartoon, which features Donald Duck in a nightmare setting working at a factory in Nazi Germany, was made in an effort to sell war bonds and is an example of American propaganda during World War II. The film was directed by Jack Kinney and written by Joe Grant and Dick Huemer from the music by Oliver Wallace. However, Wallace's original song "Der Fuehrer's Face", in a version by Spike Jones, was released before this short film.
She Makes Comics (2014)
She Makes Comics traces the fascinating history of women in the comics industry. Despite popular assumptions about the comics world, women have been writing, drawing, and reading comics since the medium’s beginnings in the late 19th century. And today, there are scores of women involved in comics and its vibrant fan culture.
Alex & Ali (2014)
Alex, a gay American Peace Corp volunteer, moves to Iran in 1968 and falls in love with Ali. Prior to the revolution, Alex is forced to leave the country and Ali behind until they reunite in Turkey 35 years later.
My Name Is Alan, and I Paint Pictures (2007)
My Name is Alan, and I Paint Pictures is a 2007 documentary film directed by Johnny Boston. The film stars and is materially about Alan Russell-Cowan, an artist diagnosed with schizophrenia. The documentary My Name is Alan, and I Paint Pictures focuses on Alan Russel-Cowan, a street painter diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, as he works to break his way into the professional art world. The film also addresses larger issues which directly or indirectly affect Alan. Subjects addressed include the treatment and diagnosis of Paranoid Schizophrenia; the therapeutic benefits of art for mental illness; and the path to success for artists and the politics of the art establishment. The film had an art-house theatrical run in New York and Los Angeles in 2007 and 2008. Most recently My Name is Alan... was shown on the Ovation Arts Network in February and May 2009.
Captain Blood (1924)
Captain Blood is a 1924 American silent historical adventure film produced and distributed by The Vitagraph Company of America. The film is based on the novel, Captain Blood, His Odyssey, by Rafael Sabatini, and was directed by David Smith, brother of Vitagraph founder Albert E. Smith. Early silent film hero J. Warren Kerrigan stars along with resident Vitagraph leading actress Jean Paige.
Hotel Haywire (1937)
Hotel Haywire is a 1937 comedy film written by Preston Sturges with uncredited rewrites by Lillie Hayward. It was directed by George Archainbaud and stars Leo Carrillo, Lynne Overman, Spring Byington, Benny Baker and Colette Lyons.
The Trumpet Blows (1934)
The Trumpet Blows is a 1934 American Pre-Code film directed by Stephen Roberts, featuring George Raft as a Mexican matador, Adolphe Menjou as a retired bandito clearly based on Pancho Villa, and Frances Drake as Chulita, the woman they both want to marry. The movie was written by Bartlett Cormack and Wallace Smith, and directed by Stephen Roberts.
Somewhere In The City (1998)
Somewhere in the City is a 1998 American indie comedy-drama film written and directed by Ramin Niami.
Sync Or Swim (2008)
A group of women compete for a spot on the US Olympic team.
Easy to Take (1936)
Easy to Take is a 1936 American comedy film directed by Glenn Tryon and written by Virginia Van Upp. The film stars Marsha Hunt, John Howard, Eugene Pallette, Richard Carle, Douglas Scott and Robert Greig. The film was released on November 6, 1936, by Paramount Pictures.
Mercy Plane (1939)
Mercy Plane is a 1939 American drama film directed by Richard Harlan and starring James Dunn, Frances Gifford and Matty Fain.
A 60-year-old curse comes back to terrify a group of teenagers in Tennessee.
Texas Trouble Shooters (1942)
The Ranger Busters -- a trio of law-enforcing cowboys consisting of Crash (Ray Corrigan), Dusty (John King) and Alibi (Max Terhune) -- encounter a man who has been ambushed and left for dead while traveling to a ranch he has inherited. While the injured heir recuperates, the Ranger Busters ride over to the ranch to investigate. They uncover a plot concocted by Roger Denby (Glen Strange), a lawyer who wants to get his greedy hands on the oil the ranch is sitting on top of.
Active Shooters (2015)
Four brothers are forced to save a city.
Two young women (Fernanda Romero, Maria-Elena Laas) are trapped in the trunk of a car.
A Single Frame (2015)
The impact of photography from both sides of the shutter.
A woman (Sophia Savage) cares for her terminally ill father (Sonny King).
Fortune in Diamonds (1951)
The Adventurers is a 1951 British adventure film directed by David MacDonald and starring Dennis Price, Jack Hawkins, Peter Hammond. In the wake of the Boer War several men journey into the South African veldt in search of diamonds.
A policeman and a female scientist team up to recover her latest creation, a cybernetic, crime-fighting dog.
Land of Sorrows (1973)
Members of a family deal with the Vietnam War, as it ravages their homeland.
Born and Bred (2006)
A successful interior designer's life falls apart after a horrific accident.
Breakup Buddies (2014)
Breakup Buddies is a 2014 Chinese romantic comedy and road film, directed by Ning Hao. It stars Huang Bo and Xu Zheng as buddies on a wild 3,000-kilometre cross-country journey from Beijing to Dali City.
Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse (2016)
Through the acclaimed exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, the film explores the way artists used the modern garden to explore radical and wonderful new ideas.
Among Us (2004)
A filmmaker (Bob Dennis) and his crew encounter the legendary Bigfoot in the Pennsylvania woods.
A small-town farmer tries to protect and provide for his family during a zombie outbreak without turning into a monster himself.
Night Plane from Chungking (1943)
Night Plane from Chungking (also known as China Pass and Sky Over China) is a 1943 American war film released by Paramount Pictures, directed by Ralph Murphy, and produced by Michael Kraike and Walter MacEwen from a screenplay by Lester Cole, Earl Fenton and Theodore Reeves, adapted by Sidney Biddell from the story by Harry Hervey. The film stars Robert Preston and Ellen Drew, with Otto Kruger and Stephen Geray.
Night Plane from Chungking was a remake of Paramount's earlier film Shanghai Express (1932). The film was remade as Peking Express (1951).
Breakfast at Ina's (2015)
The life and history of Ina Pinkney.
A beautiful woman (Shawna Rodgers) complicates the lives of her new male roommates (Ben Watkins, Laz Alonso).
Somali pirates kidnap an American news crew and their leader demands to be interviewed by the most prominent journalist among them.
Never Too Late (1965)
Never Too Late is a 1965 comedic feature film directed by Bud Yorkin. It stars 54-year-old Maureen O'Sullivan as the wife of a businessman (Paul Ford) who discovers, after 25 years of marriage, that she is to become a mother for the second time.
The Empty Beach (1985)
The Empty Beach is a 1985 Australian thriller film starring Bryan Brown as private investigator Cliff Hardy inquires into the disappearance of a beautiful woman's wealthy husband from Bondi Beach. Based on the 1983 novel by Peter Corris of the same name.
Those Who Dance (1930)
Those Who Dance is a 1930 American Pre-Code crime film produced and distributed by Warner Bros. and directed by William Beaudine. It stars Monte Blue, Lila Lee, William "Stage" Boyd and Betty Compson and is a remake of a 1924 silent film that starred Bessie Love and Blanche Sweet. The story, written by George Kibbe Turner, was based on events which actually took place among gangsters in Chicago.
Change of Heart (1938)
Change of Heart is a 1938 American comedy film directed by James Tinling and written by Frances Hyland and Albert Ray. The film stars Gloria Stuart, Michael Whalen, Lyle Talbot, Delmar Watson and Jane Darwell. The film was released on January 14, 1938, by 20th Century Fox.
Hinokio: Inter Galactic Love (2005)
Hinokio is a 2005 Japanese science fiction film directed by Takahiko Akiyama and starring Masatoshi Nakamura, Kanata Hongo and Mikako Tabe. Its tagline is "Inter Galactic Love".
Falling Leaves (1966)
Falling Leaves (Georgian: გიორგობისთვე) is a 1966 Soviet drama film directed by Otar Iosseliani.
Pavlov's Dog (2005)
Two 20-year-olds meet in a sanatorium and fall in love.
When the cat's away ... you'll survive another day. Paul (Timothy Busfield, thirtysomething) and Lindsey Jarrett (Kathleen Quinlan, Twilight Zone: The Movie) buy a remote country home, unaware of the mysterious circumstances surrounding the former owner's death. Convinced the house is the perfect place to raise their daughter, the young couple settles in, little suspecting that their dream home is surrounded by an uncontrollable feral cat population. But before they can call Animal Control, a cat marks their bedroom as his territory ... and Lindsey finds herself and her child terrorized by swarms of cats in the midst of a punishing rainstorm. Paul returns to find his house in chaos and must battle the malevolent felines for possession of his home and family in this spine-tingling chiller directed by award-winning cinematographer John McPherson (Amazing Stories) and written by producer/pop star/actor Shaun Cassidy (The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries).
Two in the Shadow (1967)
A man is involved in a fatal car accident, and though he is blameless, his company transfers him to a remote branch in a small town. Before he leaves, he gives the man's widow a large sum of money that she uses to move back to her hometown.
The Invisible World (2012)
Eleven short stories from 12 filmmakers revolve around a missing man, a subway preacher, moviegoers, a hotel waiter, a Buddhist monk and a Japanese acting teacher.
The Black Watch (1929)
The Black Watch is a 1929 American Pre-Code adventure epic film directed by John Ford and starring Victor McLaglen, Myrna Loy, and David Torrence. Written by James Kevin McGuinness based on the novel King of the Khyber Rifles by Talbot Mundy, the film is about a captain in the British Army's Black Watch regiment assigned to a secret mission in India just as his company is called to France at the outbreak of war. His covert assignment results in his being considered a coward by his fellows, a suspicion confirmed when he becomes involved in a drunken brawl in India that results in the death of another officer. The film features an uncredited 21-year-old John Wayne working as an extra; he also worked in the arts and costume department for the film.
Step by Step (1946)
Step by Step is a 1946 American drama film directed by Phil Rosen and written by Stuart Palmer. The film stars Lawrence Tierney, Anne Jeffreys, Lowell Gilmore, Myrna Dell, Harry Harvey, Sr. and Addison Richards. The film was released on August 30, 1946, by RKO Pictures.
Whisper Me a Lullaby (2011)
Friends and family try to help a troubled woman (Christina Vinsick) whose search for spiritual grounding is causing her to pull away from reality.
Dusty is a 1983 Australian film about the friendship between a drover (Bill Kerr) and his part-dingo dog, Dusty.
It was shot on location in northern Victoria.
Stan and George's New Life (1992)
Stan and George's New Life is a 1992 Australian film.
The Allmovie synopsis describes it thus:Stan is a mild-mannered, gentle, middle-aged man who still lives with his overbearing parents. One day, acting on a suggestion by his father, he lands a job at the Weather Bureau. The work is challenging to him, and a little daunting, and his adjustment is considerably eased for him by his female co-worker "George," as she is called. The two become close, eventually marrying and moving in together. While they are adapting to the married state, conditions at work are deteriorating in a bizarre and irrational way, which puts a considerable strain on both the newlyweds.
Director Brian McKenzie said he thought the resulting movie was good but it was not a strong story.
We tried very hard to make something out of it. I think it's a matter of having some sort of belief in your particular, not so much style, but presentation. It isn't so theatrical, and that runs through the performances, the editing style and the more classic sort of shots, style and the cast. So, in the end, if you can manage to imbue all the various parts with something that's fairly consistent, it can't be divided up or contaminated or corrupted. It's a complete thing. That's where I think that film has its worth. The script really lets the film down in the second half. It divides into two films, following a conspiracy thing. It doesn't really work. The focus on the odd couple in a workplace was working really well up until that point. Then the two elements fight each other for the rest of the film. Because of the delicate sort of storytelling and because it's slow, whatever action there is is really only in the climax. It doesn't particularly drive you along. It falls apart, I think, in the second half.
According to Ozmovies, "The film opened to mixed reviews, with some beguiled by the film’s gentle charms and others not so compelled."
The Man in Selya's Life (1997)
Ang Lalaki Sa Buhay Ni Selya is a controversial 1997 Filipino film about a woman who confronts her own prejudice among the community of intolerant and homophobic gossipers when she chooses between two men.
Red Lights Ahead (1936)
Red Lights Ahead is a 1936 American film directed by Roland D. Reed. It was the last film released by the Chesterfield Motion Picture Company before they became part of Republic Pictures.
Dirty Weekend (2013)
A couple on a romantic getaway in Normandy are forced to share their love nest with a disturbed fugitive.
Sailor's Luck (1933)
Sailor's Luck is a 1933 Pre-Code comedy film directed by Raoul Walsh and starring James Dunn, Sally Eilers, and Victor Jory. The film openly depicts homosexuality.
Ghosts of Hanley House (1968)
The Ghosts of Hanley House is a 1968 American film directed by Louise Sherrill.
Stowaway to the Moon (1975)
Stowaway to the Moon is a 1975 television film directed by Andrew V. McLaglen and starring Lloyd Bridges among others. The plot centers around a preteen boy who stows away on an Apollo mission to the Moon. The film also features Pete Conrad, the third person to walk on the Moon. The film was based on the novel of the same name written by William Roy Shelton.
Le voyageur de la Toussaint (1943)
Traveler on All Saints' Day) (French:Le voyageur de la Toussaint) is a 1943 French detective film directed by Louis Daquin and starring Assia Noris, Jules Berry, Gabrielle Dorziat and Guillaume de Sax. It is an adaptation of a story by Georges Simenon. A young man makes a triumphant return to his hometown of La Rochelle.
Sons of Steel (1934)
Sons of Steel is a 1934 American film directed by Charles Lamont.
Dark By Noon (2013)
A man with a perfect photographic memory is used by a shady organization with the ability to view events eight hours into the future. When he sees a nuclear explosion instead of the stock numbers, he races to prevent catastrophe.
A Story of People in War & Peace (2007)
A Story of People in War and Peace is a 2007 Armenian documentary film about Armenian filmmaker Vardan Hovhannisyan personal understanding of the human costs of war. Prompted by a question from his son, Hovhannisyan embarks on a journey to find his surviving trench mates from the Nagorno-Karabakh War of the early nineties with neighboring Azerbaijan and examines the lasting effects of the war during a time of peace. Timely and universal, A Story of People in War and Peace wrestles with the question of how to maintain dignity in the face of terror.
Tribeca Film Festival Executive Director Peter Scarlet comments '... what the film offers is something quite remarkable: it's made by a filmmaker who covered the war at the time, and who inter-cuts his old footage with interviews he's filmed now with the surviving soldiers ... it succeeds heartbreakingly in driving home the fact that somehow we know that nothing justifies the fact of taking the precious, irreplaceable life of even a single human being.’
Sure Shot Dombrowski (2007)
As a group of fans travels to his funeral, flashbacks reveal the life of a famous Canadian hockey player.
The Darkness Within (2009)
When a young couple move into a new apartment, they discover that their neighbor is a peeping Tom.
Minerva Monster (2015)
In 1978, a family living in a small town in Ohio sees a monster in the woods.
20th Century Boys 1: Beginning of the End (2008)
A burned-out rocker discovers his doom-struck adolescent fantasies are coming true in this futuristic thriller.
The Boy Who Stole a Million (1960)
The Boy Who Stole a Million is a 1960 British comedy thriller film directed by Charles Crichton. The film was shot on location in the Spanish city of Valencia, with an international cast list.
King of the Jungle (1933)
King of the Jungle is a 1933 American Pre-Code adventure film directed by H. Bruce Humberstone and Max Marcin and written by Charles Thurley Stoneham, Max Marcin, Fred Niblo, Jr. and Philip Wylie. The film stars Buster Crabbe, Frances Dee, Sidney Toler, Nydia Westman, Robert Barrat, Irving Pichel and Douglass Dumbrille. The film was released on March 10, 1933, by Paramount Pictures.
Snapshots of the world's cities capture a range of moments.
Black and Cuba (2015)
Street-smart Ivy League students live as outcasts at their elite university, then they band together to go to Cuba to see if revolution is truly possible.
El Greco (1966)
El Greco is a 1966 Italian drama film and biography of the master painter El Greco directed by Luciano Salce and starring Mel Ferrer and Rosanna Schiaffino.
The Ticking Man (2004)
A man must carry out a mysterious caller's orders, or a device implanted within him will explode.
Dutchman is a 1966 British drama film directed by Anthony Harvey and starring Shirley Knight and Al Freeman, Jr. It was based on the play Dutchman by Amiri Baraka. John Barry wrote the score.
Nulle part terre promise (2009)
A group of Kurdish refugees tries to get to Great Britain while an executive relocates to Hungary.
Ascendancy is a 1983 British film. It tells the story of a woman who is a member of the British landowning 'Ascendancy' in Ireland during World War I. Gradually, she learns about the Irish independence movement, and becomes involved with it.
Voyage in Time (1983)
Voyage in Time (Italian: Tempo di Viaggio) is a 63-minute feature documentary that documents the travels in Italy of the director Andrei Tarkovsky with the script writer Tonino Guerra in preparation for the making of his film Nostalghia. In addition to the preparation of Nostalghia, their conversations cover a wide range of matters, filmmaking or not. Notably, Tarkovsky reveals his filmmaking philosophy and his admiration of films by, among others, Robert Bresson, Jean Vigo, Michelangelo Antonioni, Federico Fellini, Ingmar Bergman. The film was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.
The Devil's Gift (1984)
The Devil's Gift is a 1984 horror film directed by Kenneth J. Berton. The film's plot is similar to that of the Stephen King short story "The Monkey", leading some to believe that the filmmakers plagiarized the story.
Arson for Hire (1959)
Arson for Hire is a 1959 crime drama directed by Thor L. Brooks. The film stars Steve Brodie, Lyn Thomas and Tom Hubbard, who also wrote. Arson squad investigator Johnny Broderick and his partner Ben Howard, investigate a warehouse fire, and find evidence of arson.
Love... And Other Reasons to Panic (2015)
Childhood friends realize they are soul mates later in life.
Black Hills Express (1943)
Black Hills Express is a 1943 American western film directed by John English and starring Don 'Red' Barry, Wally Vernon and Ariel Heath.
The film's art direction was by Russell Kimball.
Redwall: The Movie (2000)
A collection of stories features a medieval English mouse and his family.
Finding Phong (2015)
Phong struggles to find himself by changing his gender.
The Text of Light (1974)
The Text of Light is a 1974 American experimental film directed by Stan Brakhage.
California High (2015)
The arguments to legalize marijuana in California.
Man, Woman and Sin (1927)
Man, Woman and Sin (1927) is a silent film produced and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The film was directed by Monta Bell and John Gilbert, and stars Gilbert and stage actress Jeanne Eagels in one of her rare film appearances. The film is obscure but survives complete, but has yet to be released on VHS or DVD.
Pacific Adventure (1946)
Smithy (also known as Southern Cross in the UK and Pacific Adventure in the US) is a 1946 Australian adventure film about pioneering Australian aviator Sir Charles Kingsford Smith and his 1928 flight across the Pacific Ocean, from San Francisco, California, United States to Brisbane, Queensland, Australia . This was the first-ever transpacific flight. Kingsford Smith was the pilot of the Fokker F.VII/3m three-engine monoplane "Southern Cross", with Australian aviator Charles Ulm as the relief pilot. The other two crew members were Americans James Warner and Harry Lyon.
Smart Woman (1931)
Smart Woman is a 1931 pre-Code comedy-romance and drama film directed by Gregory La Cava and starring Mary Astor, Robert Ames and John Halliday.
Symphony of Living (1935)
Symphony of Living is a 1935 American film directed by Frank R. Strayer and starring Evelyn Brent.
By Sidney Lumet (2015)
Sidney Lumet tells his own story and delves into what matters to him as an artist.
Black Salt (2015)
An Interpol agent is mankind's only hope of stopping a worldwide holocaust.
Sailing a Sinking Sea (2015)
The culture of the Moken people of Burma and Thailand.
Otakus in Love (2004)
Otakus in Love is a Japanese manga series by Jun Hanyunyū. It was adapted into a live action film in 2004.
Orientation Day (2010)
Three cloned minions go through orientation and cause chaos on their first assignment.
Captain Tugboat Annie (1945)
Captain Tugboat Annie is a 1945 second sequel to the classic Tugboat Annie (1933), this time starring Jane Darwell as Annie and Edgar Kennedy as Horatio Bullwinkle. The movie was directed by Phil Rosen, and is also known as Tugboat Annie's Son.
The original film starred Marie Dressler, Wallace Beery, Robert Young, and Maureen O'Sullivan. The first sequel, called Tugboat Annie Sails Again, was released in 1940 starring Marjorie Rambeau as Annie, Alan Hale, Sr. as Horatio Bullwinkle, Jane Wyman, and Ronald Reagan. There is also a 1957 Canadian-filmed television series, The Adventures of Tugboat Annie, starring Minerva Urecal.
Haunted Jamaica (2014)
A native filmmaker investigates the dark and mystical lore of the island.
Crude is a 2009 American documentary film directed and produced by Joe Berlinger. It follows a two-year portion of an ongoing class action lawsuit against the Chevron Corporation in Ecuador.
The Cock-Eyed World (1929)
The Cock-Eyed World is a 1929 American pre-Code musical comedy feature film. One of the earliest "talkies", it was a sequel to What Price Glory? (1926), it was directed and written by Raoul Walsh and based on the Flagg and Quirt story by Maxwell Anderson, Tom Barry, Wilson Mizner and Laurence Stallings. Fox Film Corporation released the film at the Roxy in New York on August 3, 1929.
The film stars Victor McLaglen and Edmund Lowe, reprising their original roles, as well as Lili Damita. The picture was also released in a silent version on October 5, 1929.
In 1780, an African woman is forced into slavery and sold at auction. The sugarcane farmer who buys her becomes obsessed and has no idea her ancestral destiny will disrupt his plantation.