Transcend (2014)

Marathon champion Wesley Korir returns to Kenya to help his countrymen create better lives.

Nasty (2014)

Digital Version of "NASTY" THE DVD Shot on location in Harrisburg Pennsylvania, NASTY is an intense stunt videopacked with ball busting action. Pushing the limits of the human body and mind; thriving on orginality in the stunt world. NASTY THE videotruly is a horse of a different color. WARNING EVERYTHING ON THIS VIDEO IS DANGEROUS AND COULD CAUSE INJURY, DEATH, OR PREVENT YOU FROM HAVING CHILDREN. PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT OR RECREATE ANYTHING FROM THIS VIDEO.

Where's My Food?! (2013)

"Where's My Food?!" is a new documentary that serves up the surprising truth about waiters and waitresses.

Lewis Black: Old Yeller - Live at the Borgata (2013)

This movie shows Lewis Black as he is performing his comedy in front of an audience. He is on tour and movie is filmed during his performance in Atlantic City. Lewis does his comedy act which is funny yet raunchy at the same time.

Secrets of Mary Magdalene (2006)

Follow along as filmmaker Rob Fruchtman travels to historic locations across the globe to discuss and debate the role that Mary Magdalene played in early Christianity in this documentary companion piece to Dan Burstein and Arne de Kaijzer's book Secrets of Mary Magdalene: The Untold Story of History's Most Misunderstood Woman. Leading experts in religion and history all come together to investigate the woman who would become Jesus Christ's foremost apostle, as well address accusations that her image has been tarnished and her significance to early Christianity deliberately underplayed in order to better cohere to the constantly evolving agenda of organized religion.

Decadent Evil (2005)

Decadent Evil (known by the slightly reworked title of Decadent Evil Dead in the UK), is a 2005 vampire film, produced and directed by Charles Band under his Wizard Entertainment banner] that year on June 25. The film was shot in and around Los Angeles, California. The films stars Phil Fondacaro, Debra Mayer, Jill Michelle, Daniel Lennox, Hazell Dean, and Raelyn Hennessee. Porn actress Harmony Rose has a small role as a hooker.

Journey of the Giant (1999)

The world's tropical waters are inhabited by a fish that dwarfs all others. Despite its massive size, scientists know relatively little about the elusive whale shark. We follow one female whale shark on a journey during which she encounters 16 different African shark species. With spectacular close-up footage, her story is one of hardship, resilience and unsolved mysteries.

Trzy serca (1939)

The Three Hearts (Polish: Trzy serca) is a 1939 Polish romantic comedy film directed by Michał Waszyński and starring Jerzy Pichelski, Aleksander Żabczyński and Elżbieta Barszczewska. It was based on a novel by Tadeusz Dołęga-Mostowicz.

Fagbug (2009)

Fagbug is a Volkswagen New Beetle owned by Erin Davies of Syracuse, New York, who, in response to graffiti on her car, embarked on a trans-American road trip to raise awareness of LGBT rights.

Who Wrote the Bible? (2004)

Who actually wrote the book that millions of people describe as the word of God? Christian theologian Robert Beckford sets off on a voyage of historical discovery through Genesis and beyond to uncover the Bible's complex origins.

Eddie Ifft: I Love Pussy (2012)

Eddie Ifft tours the world, plays to sold-out crowds consistently, and has appeared on countless television shows in Australia and the United States. I love Pussy gives fans a personal, ‘up close’ feeling of attending a show.

Road Ends (1997)

Road Ends is a 1997 American crime thriller film starring Dennis Hopper, Peter Coyote, Chris Sarandon and Mariel Hemingway.

Justin Timberlake: Suited Up (2014)

He is one of the most successful recording artists of the 21st century. From the Mickey Mouse Club to NSYNC, Justin Timberlake is a truly remarkable iconic superstar….This is the story of Justin Timberlake.

Creativity in Education: Exploring the Imbalance (2013)

Inspired by the Newsweek article "The Creativity Crisis", this independent documentary explores creativity in school and how changes to education policy have diminished opportunities to nurture and teach creative thinking skills in the classroom.

Outkast: Dare to Be Different (2005)

Outkast went beyond Hip-Hop and hypnotized the whole world with their new style of music. A couple of Outkasts from Hotlanta (Atlanta), Big Boi and Dre, whose taste and style stand apart from everyone else. Their name speaks for itself, individualism. Theyre not only rap stars but leaders of a new generation of music. This documentary will explore the incredible life of Outkast. It will intimately engage their childhood, through their troubled teen years to their rap music, and beyond rap music. It will also feature their incredible journey to survive as young talented Black men in a game where so many fail to succeed.

Head Games (1996)

From the director of the cult hit, Splatter University. A prison psychologist discovers an experimental brain implant that is designed to alter the behavior of convicts - it will prevent future criminal behavior and will enable criminals to return to society as upstanding citizens. The procedure, however, suffers some imperfections causing some killers to return to their old tricks.

Bakgat! (2008)

Bakgat! is a 2008 South African teen comedy film directed by Henk Pretorius and written by Pretorius and Danie Bester.

King George VI: The Man Behind the King's Speech (2011)

King’s Speech follows a man who overcomes his own failings for the sake of his nation. The movie shows his older brother, Edward VII, falling for Wallis Simpson. Edward VII abdicates the throne to get what he wants. The successor George VI is then plagued with shyness and has problems speaking to his subjects. This is a true story of an introvert. This humble man is such an inspiration for the British Nation during the war with Hitler’s Germany.

Mind the Addiction (2001)

MTA is a unique look at the lives of twelve athletes. Spend the year traveling with Micah Black, Jeremy Jones, Jeremy Nobis, Jon Olson, Candide Thovex, Johan Olofsson and Kent Kreitler to name a few. You will see what it takes to be them. Every rider will sport the head cam and take you inside their mind, on the mountain, and into the addiction that is riding. Cliff Hucks, Deep Powder, Jibbing, Big Mountains, BASE Jumping, Skiing and Snowboarding. The most complex array of footage this season.

Sandy Burke of the U-Bar-U (1919)

Sandy Burke of the U-Bar-U is a 1919 American silent Western film directed by Ira M. Lowry and starring Louis Bennison, Virginia Lee, Alphonse Ethier, H.H. Pattee, Echlin Gayer, and Lucy Beaumont. The film was released by Goldwyn Pictures on February 23, 1919.

HeartChild (2013)

HeartChild is a documentary film about twenty-nine year old Crys Worley, who is the mother of a nine year old autistic child, Sasha. It is a remarkable story about a mother's struggles, not only with her own health, but the well being of her son.

Through the Lens (2014)

In an era when Internet use is severely restricted, the son of two computer hackers unravels the truth behind his parents' disappearance.

Sesame Street: Love the Earth! (2008)

Elmo, Zoe, and Baby Bear venture into Bear National Park with Papa Bear in search of the elusive Blue-Feathered Swallowing Swallow so they can earn their Bird-Watching Badges. While looking for the swallow, they have fun discovering beautiful things in nature! They also learn that there are some simple things they can do to keep nature beautiful and clean: putting trash where it belongs, recycling, reusing things and saving water.

Life at the End of the Rainbow (2002)

Life at the End of the Rainbow is a 2002 documentary by Australian filmmaker Wayne Coles-Janess about the small farming community of Rainbow, population 500, which lies on the edge of the Big Desert, North Western Victoria, Australia. It is 55 minutes long.

Betty White: Champion for Animals (2012)

Betty White's stories about her own cherished pets are included in a spotlight of the animals that live in the national parks, zoos and aquariums.

Gravedad 0 (2014)

Two robots of different companies arrive to an almost dead planet in order to make life sprout once again. Each one of them works in different places ignoring the fact they are both at the same little planetoid with the same mission. The lack of gravity makes things difficult for them, as plants can't properly grow their roots on the ground. They try their best to accomplish their mission but it seems it is going to be harder than they thought. The whole situation they get into can prove that sometimes the right answer hides right beneath your nose.

Nantucket Film Festival's 2nd Comedy Roundtable (2013)

Get into the minds of comedy legends with a live roundtable discussion that was recorded in front of hundreds of comedy fans. The roundtable is an annual tradition from actor Ben Stiller and the 2nd Annual edition featured a lot of talent. Along with Stiller, Seth Meyers, Mike Myers, and Michael Ian Black join the conversation with commentary on writing, performing, and different forms of media. This includes creating stand up comedy and portraying roles in movies.

The Clown and The Kid (1961)

The Clown and the Kid is a 1961 film.

Gol & Gincu (2005)

G&G is a girl-power film about a group of young women in a futsal team, set in urban Kuala Lumpur. The film follows College trendsetter, Putri as she transforms from fashion victim to futsal champion -learning along the way about what is important in life and love. CShe is determined to win back her sports-mad ex-boyfriend by turning into a futsal heroine herself. Facing prejudice and ridicule, and discovering, through her motley futsal team, the many difficulties faced by women in sports, Putri gradually finds within herself the strength and values of a true winner, on and off the pitch.

The Texas Tornado (1932)

The Texas Tornado is a 1932 American western film directed by Oliver Drake and starring Lane Chandler, Doris Hill and Ben Corbett.

Snap (2010)

A woman (Aisling O'Sullivan) tries to explain why her teenage son (Stephen Moran) kidnapped a young boy (Adam Duggan).

Yerek Yereko (2010)

An unconventional story conveyed with a delicate sensuality about two broken souls and a brief encounter reigniting memories and leading to difficult choices.

Haunted (2013)

EXTENDED CUT WITH MORE UNSEEN FOOTAGE Six contestants win a competition to appear on a LIVE reality TV show at a secret location in rural England. The next ten hours will be spent on a paranormal Investigation with a TV crew searching for the truth behind ghost stories that haunt an old railway station museum. Something Evil awaits them! They will all discover the truth, that we are not alone.

Disaster Playground (2015)

Scientists work to predict and stop future outer space catastrophes.

The Maritime Silk Road (2011)

Maritime Silk Road is a 2011 Iranian film about a man called Soleiman Siraf who, according to historical documents, was the first sailor to cross the Indian Ocean to China. His route was then called the Maritime Silk Road and many merchants took that route to get their merchandise to China. One of the passengers in this film is a young man named Shazan Ibn Yusof who keeps a log of the voyage. The Maritime Silk Road started in The Persian Gulf and continued into India, Thailand and China. Shooting for some scenes in the film took place in Kanchanaburi, Thailand and used elephants from the Taweechai Elephant Camp.

Career Courier: The Labor of Love (2011)

A filmmaker explores why working as a bicycle courier can be a difficult job to quit.

The Forsaken Promise (2007)

In November, 1917, the British government made a pledge to the Jewish people through the Balfour Declaration to help establish a Jewish National Homeland in the territory then known as Palestine. After World War I ended, the League of Nations awarded Britain the Mandate for Palestine with the proviso that the Balfour Declaration was implemented along with "close Jewish settlement in the Land." As difficulties arose, Britain gradually watered down her original commitment until the MacDonald White Paper of 1939 virtually closed the borders of Palestine to Jewish immigration. The Forsaken Promise documents the failure of Britain and her appointed institutions and officials, whether military, administrative or political, to fulfill her pledge under the Balfour Declaration and her legal obligations under the Mandate. It highlights a number of tragic events that took place during that period, mainly through the testimonies of people who were victims of those events, participant in them, or eye-witnessed to them. They speak of Britain's political expediency and even treachery towards the Jewish people in appeasing the militant Arab nationalist movement, as well as causing the wholesale misery of many thousands of Jewish people who were turned away from the shores of Palestine in the 1930s and 40s. Through the 1939 White Paper, the British government also made inevitable the deaths of an untold number of Jews who could have escaped Hitler's Final Solution, had they been able to find refuge in their ancient homeland. Here is an excellent resource, thoroughly researched and documented and beautifully produced that sets fourth the perspective of many Israelis on the historical grievances and current tensions in the Holy Land.

Crimes at the Dark House (1940)

Crimes at the Dark House is a (1940) British film directed by George King starring Tod Slaughter, Sylvia Marriott and Hilary Eaves. It is loosely based on the novel The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins.

Poova Thalaya (1969)

Poova Thalaiya is a 1969 Tamil language comedy film directed by K. Balachander. The film features Gemini Ganesan, Jaishankar, Rajasree, Vennira Aadai Nirmala and S. Varalakshmi in lead roles. The film, produced by M. L. A. Rama. Arangakannal, had musical score by M. S. Viswanathan and was released on May 1969.

Atm (2012)

After leaving their company Christmas Party together, David Hargrove and Emily Brandt’s impromptu first date takes an unexpected turn when their coworker, Corey, asks them to make a late-night stop at an ATM.  What should be a routine transaction turns into a desperate struggle for survival when an unknown man appears outside the vestibule.  With the wintry temperatures dipping below freezing, and the morning sunrise still hours away, they have no choice but to play the man’s deadly game of cat-and-mouse.

Adventures of Bailey: Christmas Hero (2012)

Bailey learns about a Native American brave who might make his Christmas wish come true. When his actions threaten to ruin his family's plans, Bailey has to make a decision that might make him understand the true meaning of Christmas.

Queens of Heart: Community Therapists in Drag (2006)

Queens of Heart brings to the screen the first psychological study of drag performance, set in the oldest surviving female impersonation club in the United States. Portland's Darcelle XV Showplace has become a rite of passage for young women throughout the Pacific Northwest celebrating their "last night out" before getting married. Seventy-five year old Darcelle XV, co-proprietor, performer, and activist, comforts and confronts her audiences, from the brides gone wild and their nervous male companions, to gays and lesbians celebrating a step in coming out, to older women recovering from an illness or divorce.

12-12-12: The Concert for Sandy Relief (2012)

12-12-12-The Concert for Sandy Relief took place at the legendary Madison Square Garden and featured an all-star lineup. All proceeds from the video will go to the Robin Hood Relief Fund to benefit those who lost much in the storm.

André and Wally B. (1984)

There's nothing like a restful nap in a pleasant wooded valley. But when Andre awakens and is greeted by a pesky yellow and black striped insect with a nasty stinger, he ends up taking a quick - and painful - hike. Andre thinks he's a clever guy, able to outsmart and outrun a bee. But like all stinging insects, Wally B. knows better and can chase down any target in a matter of seconds.

To Live! (2010)

Keith Deltano faces head-on the topic of teen abstinence, but not in the usual way. Keith is a Christian comedian with a style all his own. With pure energy, Keith combines side-splitting humor, slapstick, and audience participation with Scriptural truths and scientific evidence to confront youth with the harsh risks of premarital sex, and he presents the rich rewards of God's plan: abstinence until marriage and monogamy afterwards. He helps young people know what to say and do to handle the pressures of their peers and today's society. A former teacher, Keith knows firsthand the tough issues today's youth must face. "I wanted to show these kids that God is there for them and to help them through these tough times. So God convicted me to develop a hard-hitting yet humorous talk on sexual abstinence based on Scripture," Keith says. This is a program every teenager should see. It's comedy with a message!

Sadhana (1989)

India is a great land full of mysteries and a myriad of religious practices that span the course of millennia. A young westerner, Marcel Poulin, undertakes the journey of a lifetime as he travels through India, seeking answers to the great questions of his life. He is in need of discovering who he really is and what his life is all about. To find these answers, he seeks to learn the spiritual path of Sadhana, a sacred ascetic path. He travels from sacred site to sacred site, such as the Kumbha Mela and the Valley of the Gods, taking in the beauty of the landscape. Along the way he learns from Swamis and Gurus, eventually becoming an apprentice Sadhu. What he discovers on his quest will change his life, and the lives of many others. Join him and gain insight into India's legacy and the living spirit of Hinduism.

Gone Too Soon (2010)

Gone Too Soon is a documentary film about the final year of Michael Jackson's life and career. It first aired on the TV Guide Network on June 25, 2010, exactly one year after Jackson's death. The documentary was produced and directed by author-filmmaker Ian Halperin, who wrote "Unmasked: The Final Years of Michael Jackson", which hit No. 1 the New York Times' bestsellers list in 2009, after he spent five years investigating Jackson. In an interview with Halperin in March 2010, he revealed that the film is culled from 300 hours of footage shot inside the singer's camp and includes video and audio of Jackson shot before his death. It also includes interviews with Jackson's personal manager, trainer, and attorney. According to the filmmakers, Jackson family members were not involved but are aware of the film. Former family attorney Brian Oxman is among the interviewees. The movie is claimed to depict the more scandalous aspects of Jackson's life.

A Woman Rides The Beast (2004)

Could the Greatest Double-Cross in History Deceive the "Elect"? MOST "end times" discussions focus on the coming Antichrist--but he is only half the story... MANY are surprised to discover that in Revelation 17, there is another mysterious character at the heart of prophecy--a woman who rides the beast...

Rabentage (2009)

Alfred and Heinz are friends, although they are from different social backgrounds and have very little in common. They keep running into each other in Munich during the last days of autumn. Their unresolved issues, past and present, begin to crystallize in the course of various encounters, some painful, others promising. Full of futile longing for his wife, the homeless Alfred drifts from one casual acquaintance to the next. He tries his luck with each, without managing to achieve any lasting relationships, leaving, however, several memorable misunderstandings in his wake. This doesn't bother him nearly as much as the fact that his wife will soon die of the serious burns she suffered while setting fire to her employer's house: during a last visit at the hospital, they have suddenly realized how much they loved each other. Heinz has completely withdrawn from conventional society. Once a well-paid engineer, he tired of that life, and began to drink; his wife left him and he lost track of his daughter. He sees her for the first time in many years, performing in a sex show. Although it is painful for both of them to meet in these humiliating circumstances, a small miracle occurs: they talk to each other, and Heinz feels that he may be able to make amends for the lost years.

El Quetzal de Jade (2013)

The murder of a rich man leads a private detective to Guatemala, where a seductive femme fatale pulls him into a tangled web of intrigue surrounding the priceless Mayan jade quetzal.

Though I Am Gone (2006)

Though I Am Gone is a Chinese documentary film by Hu Jie about Bian Zhongyun, a school's vice principal "who was beaten to death by students in August 1966 during the China's Cultural Revolution." The film includes commentary and photographs taken by the deceased woman's husband, 85-year-old Wang Qingyao. The film is banned in China, where the Communist Party reacted with sensitivity to the film in part because "many of the former members of the Red Guard who attended Bian's middle school were members of the families of high-ranking officials who are still revered today."

Or (My Treasure) (2004)

Or (My Treasure) is a 2004 drama film starring Dana Ivgy in the title role of Or, a teenager who struggles to be responsible for her prostitute mother Ruthie, played by Ronit Elkabetz. The French-Israeli production premiered on 14 May 2004 at the Cannes Film Festival.

Ufo Chronicles Files (2013)

Whether you believe in UFOs or not, this movie is one that will leave you with questions. Investigtive reporter Sean Morton goes behind the scenes of some of the most noted UFO cases to try to determine whether they might be authentic or not. One of the cases that he is known for is Area 51, and this is the prominent case that he explores as he tries to expose the government in a cover up of the incident.

Bob the Builder: The Ultimate Can-Do Crew (2012)

Hold on to your hardhats as the machine team shows what hard work and teamwork are all about in this Ultimate Can-Do Crew Collection featuring ten amazing episodes! See how it all began with Bob and the team working together on a big job, overcoming troubles at every turn! Then it's Lofty to the rescue when Dizzy gets into a sticky situation. Roley must smooth things over when mishaps cause bumps in the road and Muck surprises everyone with some creative problem solving. Join the crew and hammer out some time for fun and adventure in Bob's biggest building collection ever!

The Secret 6 (1931)

The Secret Six is a fast-paced 1931 American Pre-Code crime film starring Wallace Beery as "Slaughterhouse Scorpio", a character very loosely based on Al Capone, and featuring Lewis Stone, John Mack Brown, Jean Harlow, Clark Gable, Marjorie Rambeau and Ralph Bellamy. The film was written by Frances Marion and directed by George W. Hill for MGM.

Dream Tower (1994)

With artists and educators jousting for position with motorcycle gangs and dealers in the same high-rise, Rochdale became a focal point for the best and worst dreams of the Canadian generation of baby boomers. Dream Tower depicts the delirious construction and deconstruction of a building that harboured some of the freest spirits in Canada.

Pivot (2010)

How different could your life be, if you just decided that it could?

S4 (2008)

It is 1952, and Captain Maxwell Carter, USMC, is having a bad day. Waking up naked in the middle of the freezing desert, an alien device around his neck, Carter is picked up by Capt. Jake Mason, an enigmatic Air Force officer assigned to transport him to a mysterious, anonymous military test facility in a remote section of Area 51. Mason, however, offers no clarity as to the situation, and Carter's ride begins. Once ensconced in the security of the test facility, Captain Carter learns that he is part of a nightmarish experiment - he is pregnant with an alien baby! "S4" follows the gestation of the Trugollion/Human hybrid infant and its effect on Carter (his sudden ability to read minds at random, his desire to consume live birds, his emotional break downs and mimicking of the hormonal instability associated with pregnancy), and the struggle of Captain Jake Mason, the stoic foil to Carter's emotional deterioration, to maintain his charge through the care and nurturing of the military's best test subject. Faced not only with an emotionally unstable, mind reading pregnant Marine, Mason must also cope with the manipulative Colonel Thadeus Drake, a career hungry Air Force doctor - mad scientist - evil administrator who seeks to entangle Mason in his twisted plans, and "Angie", the high level alien liaison from the Trugollion Empire. 'Angie' has been stuck on Earth awaiting her replacement since 1947, and finds herself 'going native' as her attraction to Jake Mason heats up. Sent to Earth in a pleasing human female form, Angie struggles with her desire to return to her home world and her lust for Captain Mason. Shot in black and white and with a simple, one camera technique that harkens perfectly back to the 1950's heyday of "B' movies and fun sci-fi, "S4" delights audiences in theatres and on DVD, and had already developed an avid following of viewers demanding "S4-2"!

Barney: Sharing Is Caring (2009)

The 2009 film Barney: Sharing is Caring puts the generosity of the infamous purple dinosaur on display for kids of all ages to watch and enjoy. A toy drive inspires Barney and company to donate their unused toys. Together, the children and dinosaurs learn to love the joy associated with sharing. With magical storytelling and captivating twists and turns, Barney teaches the joy that accompanies being courteous and giving.

Jake Lassiter: Justice on the Bayou (1995)

An ex-football-player lawyer (Gerald McRaney) defends a surgeon (James B. Sikking) for malpractice and finds a case of murder.

Dead On Appraisal (2014)

A real-estate agent (Mike Pfaff) relives a cursed home's morbid legacy as he tries to sell the house one more time.

Letters from Jackie: The Private Thoughts of Jackie Robinson (2013)

Letters from Jackie: The Private Thoughts of Jackie Robinson explores Jackie's deepest motivations as he solidifies his role in the Civil Rights movement after his days as a trailblazing baseball player.

The Galloping Gamows (2007)

Director and author Peter Garrity have created a biopic on a pair of eccentric scientists, Igor and George Gamow, who in the late 1960's were both professors at the University of Colorado. Their scientific contributions spans a wide range from George Gamow's "Big Bang Theory" of the universe to Igor's creation of the Gamow Bag, an invention that has become an indispensable piece of equipment in high altitude mountaineering. From George's daring escape from Russia to Igor's early career as a ballet dancer, it is the story of two adventurous men. Included is a rare interview with Edward Teller, the father of the H-Bomb and George's motorcycle riding companion, as well as George's work with the other scientific greats such as Niels Bohr and Ernest Rutherford. Included in the bonus section is a lovely romantic poem, with beautiful photographic illustrations, made by Rho when she was a teen age girl in Moscow in 1928. Rho was soon to become the wife of George Gamow and Igor's mother. A companion book by the same title is also available.

Call the Mesquiteers (1938)

Call the Mesquiteers (also released as Outlaws of the West) is a 1938 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by John English.

Scream Farm (2008)

SCREAM FARM follows a group of students who build a Halloween haunted house to help raise money for their senior class trip. The students get more then they bargained for, however, when they come across a substance in the building that begins turning them, and the townspeople, into flesh-craving zombies. Featuring Jim O'Rear (THE DEAD MATTER), Ted Alderman (TORMENT), Kimberly Lynn Cole (DEAD CLOWNS), and Maria Kil (THE DEEPENING).

Back to the Beyond (2011)

Paranormal researchers discover that the circumstances surrounding a haunting on an island off the Maine coast closely resemble the plot of a classic TV show.

Flowers of Darkness (1972)

The life of man is poor and nasty. A few plants give temporary relief: marijuana, alcohol, and opium. After a history of opium, including the 19th-century Opium Wars, we learn of the discovery of heroin; the rest of the film examines heroin trade and addiction in the U.S.

Kiss My Snake (2007)

A Thai-American travels to the village of Ban Kok Sa-Nga in Isan, Thailand where the world's most dangerous serpent, the King Cobra, has become both a pet and a business partner. The entire village, from elders to children, work as one and perform relentlessly at their temple to attract tourists and herb buyers. The main attraction is the boxing matches, man versus snake, one on one!

Wilhelm Reich in Hell (2005)

'Law and Order' on acid and in Hell - only Robert Anton Wilson could conjure a courtroom punk rock drama blending Marilyn Monroe, the Marquis de Sade, Gurdjieff, the American Medical Association (aka the world's greatest rock band) and the HORROR of the condition on planet Earth. Dr. Wilhelm Reich, infamous Austrian-American psychoanalyst and researcher, whose books were burned by Hitler, Stalin and the U.S. government, finds himself again accused of Thoughtcrime. Offered a final attempt to free mankind from its "emotional plague," Reich leads his own defense amid a surreal and frightening spectacle of sex, violence, liberty and fascism. Personal liberation, political freedom and western psychology mash into a twisted and brilliant modern musical featuring eight original songs and a video introduction by Pope Bob himself. "Man's right to know, to learn, to inquire, to make bona fide errors, to investigate human emotions must, by all means, be safe, if the word freedom should ever be more than an empty political slogan." -- Wilhelm Reich, at his trial, 1954

Rocking Poponguine (1994)

Ça Twiste à Poponguine is perhaps the most charming, fast-paced and accessible film in our Library of African Cinema collection. This bittersweet, coming of age story is a kind of African equivalent of George Lucas' American Graffiti, Spike Lee's Crooklyn or Godard's Masculin/Feminin. These Senegalese teenagers living it up on the beach may also remind less discriminating viewers of Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon in Beach Blanket Bingo! Director Moussa Sene Absa's comedy is set during the weeks before Christmas, 1964, in a seaside village, where the local teenagers are divided into rival cultural camps. The "Ins" (or Inseparables) have adopted the names of French pop stars - Johnny Halliday, Sylvie Vartan, "Clo Clo" and Eddie Mitchell. Their clique attends school, has a female auxiliary, exchanges fervent love poetry - but they don't own a record player. The Kings, on the other hand, style themselves after African American Rhythm and Blues legends - Otis Redding, Ray Charles and James Brown. They work as fishermen, don't have any girls but they do have a record player. The story of their rivalry is told through the memories of Bacc, a husky-voiced, street-smart little boy who acts as a messenger for the older kids. Abandoned by his father and mother, he's been adopted by the whole village. His grandmother, Madame Castiloor, the keeper of the local tales, predicts: "Someday you too will be a storyteller, who will make Africa famous throughout the world." Her counterpart is M. Benoit, the gruff but well-loved, French teacher, who continues to propagate French culture in the post-colonial period. He makes his students memorize the fables of Jean de la Fontaine and paddles anyone who speaks anything but French in class. Beneath its genial surface, Ça Twiste à Poponguine is about the importance and ultimate fragility of dreams and about each person's right to construct whatever dream they ne

The Jones Family Will Make A Way (2015)

Pentecostal Bishop Fred Jones takes his family's ministry outside the church and makes an unlikely ally in atheist rock critic Michael Corcoran.

Captain Kidd and the Slave Girl (1954)

Captain Kidd and the Slave Girl is a 1954 Action-adventure film about a woman who disguises herself as a slave girl in order to try to gain information from Captain Kidd about his hidden treasure. The film was directed by Lew Landers, and stars Anthony Dexter, Eva Gabor, and Alan Hale Jr..

Mot (2013)

"Secrets don't mean anything if the other person doesn't know about it. It's then a something that has never existed." Hyun-myung, Doo-yong and Gun-woo decide to spend the night at their secret place, the pond, to celebrate their last day of high school and Sung-pil's sister, Kyung-mi's birthday. Late night, as the party intensifies, Gun-woo and Kyung-mi go back home to get something quickly. However, they don't make it back. The rest goes searching for them only to find Gun-woo's broken scooter and Kyung-mi's dead body near the verge of the town. Gun-woo is missing. 2013 Busan International Film Festival

In Color (2008)

Beloved funnyman Red Skelton weaves his Christmas magic in this classic collection of the finest of his hilarious - and touching - sketches from his long-running television show. Beautifully restored and IN COLOR for the very first time.

Envy (2009)

Envy (Turkish: Kıskanmak) is an 2009 Turkish drama film, written and directed by Zeki Demirkubuz based on the novel of the same name by Nahit Sirri Orik, about a married woman who has an affair with the son of a rich man. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on November 6, 2009 (2009-11-06), has been screened at International film festivals in Adana and Istanbul.

Chihuly at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (2005)

Discover the history and the people behind Dale Chihuly's 2005 exhibition at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. From an early fascination with transparency in architecture to the birth of the Mille Fiori series, a forty-year journey culminates with a striking fusion of art, nature, and architecture as Chihuly's glass is installed on the vast grounds and in the glasshouses of the world's most respected garden. CHIHULY AT THE ROYAL BOTANICAL GARDENS, KEW tells the story of the artist's spectacular installation through Kew's three conservatories as well as outdoor gardens at this World Heritage Site. Innovative and intuitively beautiful, Chihuly's glass combines with the gardens and glasshouses of Kew to forge an unforgettable experience.

Goth Vampire Nation (2009)

The origins of the Goth Music genre are explored in this 90 minute Feature Film from Cleopatra Films through interviews with some of its most notorious stars and players! Goth Vampire Nation goes beyond the traditional documentary film however, embellishing its story line with cuts from live concerts and studio music videos, rare still photos and even rarer sound bites from past, present and (future?) stars of the genre. It's all covered here: the music, the art, the fashion, the sexuality and the controversial lifestyle that is Goth! Includes the music of ALIEN SEX FIEND, AUSGANG, CHRISTIAN DEATH, GODHEAD, NEW SKIN, RAZED IN BLACK, ROSETTA STONE, SHADOW PROJECT, SPAHN RANCH, SWITCHBLADE SYMPHONY, SYNAESTHESIA, THE WAKE, VOLTAIRE and more!

Dreammaker (2005)

This award-winning ensemble dramedy centers around a crafty psychic, Esmerelda, [Sarah Fairfax-Logan] who manipulates her Hollywood clients for her own purposes. Winner of Audience Choice Award at the Los Angeles Broad Humor Film Festival and Chicago's Indiefest as well as Best Feature Film at Louisville's Cinefest.

Present Tense (2013)

A Turkish divorcee (Sanem ge) bluffs her way into a fortune-telling job so that she can earn enough money to start a new life in the United States.

The Highly Contested Election for Payette County Sheriff (2009)

A tall tale of love lost; redemption; revenge; corruption and greed; The Highly Contested Election for Payette County Sheriff is the story of what happens when rural neighbors can't play nice. Mike Hamill (Troll 2); Yolanda Wood (High School Musical 3: Senior Year); and JJ Neward (Evil Angel) star in this modern western where the ATV has replaced the horse; gunslingers have web pages; and THE BAD ASS CHICKS terrorize the once peaceful citizens of Payette County.

Beyond The Call (1996)

When Pam O'Brien (Sissy Spacek) learns that her high school sweetheart, Russell Gates (David Strathairn), is on death row for murdering a police officer, she cannot believe he is guilty. She goes to talk to him in prison and finds that Russell, tormented by his experiences in Vietnam, has given up hope. Pam's increasing investment in the case causes tension between her and her husband (Arliss Howard), himself a Vietnam veteran who has struggled to keep his own emotions in check.

My Lonely Me (2015)

A young girl fears for her life and runs to a convent. Now, as a young woman, she believes music is the key that will unlock her destiny.

Not a Still Life (2013)

An older gay Jewish man has an evolution of awareness.

Broken Side Of Time (2013)

Broken Side of Time is a drama by Gorman Bechard, part two of his Alone Trilogy that began with his 2005 feature, "You Are Alone." It made its film festival debut in June 2013.

Berlin Junction (2013)

Jos, a Dutch painter, has to choose between an unattached way of life or settling down.

Asphalt Wars (2005)

A young mechanic with dreams of joining the professional racing circuit agrees to be the getaway driver in a dangerous heist in order to get the money to make his dreams come true.

Night of the Bums (1998)

When three mischievous witches target the homeless population of the city with a toxic concoction that turns regular people into flesh-eating ghouls, the streets run red with blood.

North of 36 (1924)

North of 36 is a 1924 silent film Western Drama produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures. The film is based on the novel, North of 36, by Emerson Hough. The film was directed by Irvin Willat and stars Jack Holt and Lois Wilson. This film was preserved in the Library of Congress in the 1970s and has been restored by that archive with a new screening of the restored film in the summer of 2011 in upstate New York.

Planetfall (2005)

Competing female bounty hunters track their target on a planet in turmoil.

Crazed Fruit (1981)

Crazy Fruit aka Crazed Fruit is a 1981 Japanese film in Nikkatsu's Roman porno series, directed by Kichitaro Negishi. Both this film and the earlier (1956) version by Nikkatsu, Crazed Fruit, were based on a novel of the same name by Shintaro Ishihara.

The Great Day on the Beach (1991)

The Great Day on the Beach (Danish: Den store badedag) is a 1991 Danish drama film directed by Stellan Olsson. The film was selected as the Danish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 64th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Comfortably Lost (2013)

A jaded photographer rediscovers his passion for his art during an impulsive trip to a Cambodian village.

Flower Square (2013)

To keep his son out of jail, a puppeteer helps the police in a sting. He impersonates a priest to hear a hospitalized crime boss's confession, but divine intervention is his only chance for survival when his identity is exposed.

Vis-à-vis (2014)

A young director and his main actor isolate themselves on a remote island to work on a script.

La Salada (2014)

In a bustling market outside of Buenos Aires, a Bolivian immigrant becomes friends with a Korean immigrant.

Shuttlecock (2014)

An English spy (Alan Bates) recalls his World War II career 20 years later in Portugal, where his son (Lambert Wilson) finds him.

Five Pounds (2010)

After discovering a duffel bag full of marijuana, Alex, a 20 something year old college student, decides to take advantage of what has fallen into his hands. Alex soon sees how thrilling and easy selling drugs can be but is not aware of the harm he is causing to himself and others, especially to the rightful owner. Unknown to Alex, Ben, the young drug dealer who stashed the bag, is now in a world of trouble as he has to come up with 15 grand to cover for the five pounds he lost. Soon, these two radically different worlds collide and no one is left unscathed.

Listen (2014)

A woman in a burqa brings her son to a police station in Copenhagen to file a complaint against her abusive husband, but the translator seems unwilling to convey the true meaning of her words.

Paratiisin avaimet (2014)

In 1984 in Iran, homeless brothers struggle to survive in a country at war.

The Last Buck Hunt (2013)

An unassuming cameraman is forced to take charge and hold his TV crew together when they begin pursuing a legendary buck that has been terrorizing locals for years.