Till Death Us Do Part (1969)

Till Death Us Do Part is a 1969 film based on the BBC television series Till Death Us Do Part. The film was directed by Norman Cohen and written by Johnny Speight, the creator of the television version.The film was considered successful enough at the box office to spawn a sequel, The Alf Garnett Saga, in 1972.

Waiting For August (2014)

Georgiana, a 15-year-old teenager from Bacau, has to raise her six siblings alone when her mother travels abroad to work.

Chinatown Connection (1990)

Chinatown Connection was a martial arts action film directed by Jean-Paul Ouellette released between 1989 and 1990. It stars Bruce Ly, Lee Majors II, Art Camacho, Brinke Stevens and Fitz Houston. Two police officers lead a team to stop poison laced narcotics from getting on the streets.

The House of Small Cubes (2008)

The House of Small Cubes is a 2008 Japanese animated short subject film created by Kunio Katō, with music by Kenji Kondo and produced by Robot Communications.

Green Legend Ran (1992)

In a world drained of natural resources by alien beings, a boy sets out to rescue his kidnapped beloved.

The Thorn of the Rose (2013)

David falls in love with Rosa, a mysterious woman who forces David to confront his demons.

White Cargo (1996)

A detective finds high-strung photographers, opium dens and Chinese gangsters while investigating a series of fashion-model murders.

In Search of Mother (1962)

A wandering gambler searches for his mother, who abandoned him when he was just a child.

The Village of Peace (2014)

African Hebrew Israelites move from Chicago to the Israeli desert.

Two in Revolt (1936)

Two in Revolt is a 1936 American drama film directed by Glenn Tryon. Released on April 3, 1936, by RKO Radio Pictures, the film stars John Arledge, Louise Latimer, and Moroni Olsen, and features Lightning the dog and Warrior the horse.

Gorotica (1993)

A jewel thief asks a necrophiliac to help him retrieve a diamond from his dead partner's stomach.

No Land's Song (2014)

No Land's Song is a 2014 Iranian documentary film written and directed by Ayat Najafi, starring Sara Najafi, Parvin Namazi, Sayeh Sodeyfi, Emel Mathlouthi, Elise Caron, and Jeanne Cherhal.

Informe general sobre unas cuestiones de interés para una proyección pública (1977)

Politicians, activists and representatives discuss the future of Spain.

Nodame Cantabile: The Movie I (2009)

A musical genius and a pianist team up with young classical musicians and a famous conductor to create unique music.

Basketball Girlfriend (2014)

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

Through the Air (2015)

Through the Air (French title: La résistance de l'air) is a 2015 French-Belgian drama film directed by Fred Grivois. The film concerns an air rifle champion who becomes embroiled in a dangerous plot after accepting a well-paid job offer. The film stars Reda Kateb and Ludivine Sagnier.

Strop (1971)

The inner life of a fashion model is exposed.

Bullet Ballet (1998)

Bullet Ballet (バレット・バレエ) is a 1998 Japanese film directed by and starring Shinya Tsukamoto, and co-starring Hisashi Igawa, Sujin Kim, Kirina Mano, Takahiro Murase, Tatsuya Nakamura and Kyōka Suzuki. After his girlfriend commits suicide, a man becomes embroiled in gang warfare attempting to obtain a gun in hopes to kill himself.

Cynara (1932)

Cynara is an American Pre-Code 1932 romantic drama film about a British lawyer who pays a heavy price for an affair. It stars Ronald Colman, Kay Francis and Phyllis Barry. It is based on the 1928 novel An Imperfect Lover by Robert Gore-Browne.

Conrad Brooks vs. the Werewolf (1994)

Conrad has to stop a werewolf (Rocky Nelson) before it kills him.

So This Is Washington (1943)

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

Zhi guo yuan (1922)

Laborer's Love (Chinese: 劳工之爱情; pinyin: Laogong zhi aiqing) is a 1922 short film produced in China, and premiered October 5, 1922 at the Olympic Theater in Shanghai. It is also known as Romance of a Fruit Peddler or Romance of a Fruit Pedlar (Chinese: 掷果缘; pinyin: Zhi guo yuan) and as "Cheng the Fruit Seller". It constitutes the earliest complete film from China's early cinematic history that survives today. The film was also one of the earliest productions of the soon-to-be prolific Mingxing Film Company and was directed and written by Mingxing co-founders Zhang Shichuan and Zheng Zhengqiu, respectively. Notably, the film had both Chinese and English intertitles; a clear indication that at this early point in its history, cinema in Shanghai was made not only for the Chinese, but for the many Westerners residing there as well. In 2007, Australian ensemble Blue Grassy Knoll wrote a new score for Labourer's Love, and performed it live in Shanghai and Beijing as part of the Australian Theatre Festival.

Only God Sees Me (1998)

A French nebbish (Denis Podalyds) finds himself irresistible to a nurse (Isabelle Candelier), a journalist (Jeanne Balibar) and a policewoman.

Secrets of an Undercover Wife (2007)

A newlywed searches for answers after the arrest of her husband for murder and embezzlement.

Sector 4: Extraction (2014)

When an elite band of private military mercenaries known as Black Knight are caught behind enemy lines in the hellish combat zone Sector 4, their only hope for survival is their team leader, who managed to get away. But after escaping the clutches of Al-Qaeda, returning home and finding out that his men are still alive, he pledges to uphold the Black Knight motto: "No One Left Behind."

Falastine Stereo (2014)

Palestine Stereo is a 2013 Palestinian drama film written and directed by Rashid Masharawi. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.

To Paris With Love (1955)

Alec Guinness plays Sir Edgar Fraser, a widowed Scottish aristocrat who decides that it is time to introduce his 20-year-old son to the opposite sex. This, he decides, must be done in Paris, the most romantic city in the world. So off they go, and Sir Edgar is determined to find a beautiful, spirited girl for his son. This he does, but complications arise when he finds himself falling for her. Matters become even more tangled when his son falls in love with the woman he has found for his father.

Carry On Girls (1973)

Carry On Girls is the 25th in the series of Carry On films to be made, released in Britain in 1973. The film is notable for being the first Carry On to feature neither Kenneth Williams nor Charles Hawtrey. Williams was appearing in a West End play, My Fat Friend. Hawtrey had been dropped from the series the previous year. The film features regulars Sid James, Barbara Windsor, Joan Sims, Kenneth Connor, Bernard Bresslaw and Peter Butterworth. Patsy Rowlands makes her seventh appearance in the series. Jack Douglas makes his third appearance, this time upgraded to a main role. Jimmy Logan makes a guest appearance in his second and final Carry On.

Vacation from Love (1938)

Vacation from Love is a 1938 American comedy film directed by George Fitzmaurice and written by Patterson McNutt and Harlan Ware. The film stars Dennis O'Keefe, Florence Rice, Reginald Owen, June Knight, Edward Brophy and Truman Bradley. The film was released on September 30, 1938, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

WICKER KITTENS (2014)

Top teams in competitive puzzling prepare for the largest contest in the country.

The Man from Hell (1934)

The Man from Hell is a 1934 American western film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Reb Russell, Fred Kohler and George 'Gabby' Hayes.

Blood Reunion (2012)

Unwittingly, a young woman (April Hartman) lets her vampire mother (Paula Marcenaro Solinger) escape 15 years after a priest (Richard Houghton) sealed the creature in her grave.

Never Trust a Gambler (1951)

Never Trust a Gambler is a 1951 American film starring Dane Clark and Cathy O'Donnell.

Betty Boop's Museum (1932)

Betty Boop's Museum is a 1932 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring Koko the Clown and Bimbo.

La passion de Bernadette (1990)

The peasant girl (Sydney Penny) who saw a vision of the Virgin Mary at Lourdes, France, enters the convent as an adult.

General Stone (1977)

When his father dies mysteriously, a vengeful young man learns kung fu from a female master and war spirits that inhabit a magical stone.

Ellie Lumme (2013)

Ellie has to rebuff an intense older man as he tries to wedge himself into her life.

In The Pit (2006)

Juan Carlos Rulfo's In the Pit is a powerful documentary about the personal struggles behind the construction of a massive elevated freeway. With lyricisim and compassion, this Sundance Film Festival prize-winning film reveals the medieval nightmare underneath an ambitious utopian dream: Mexico City's Periferico Beltway, more than ten miles of elevated reinforced concrete, supported by massive towers, that has been planned to both soar above and link the city's densely gridlocked urban neighborhoods. But while the roadway is a spectacular miracle of modern architectural design, it comes with a human cost.

Missä on missä? (2009)

Two Arab boys kill their French friend in the late 1950s.

fallen souls (2013)

A man (Rick Vargas) is swept up in a spiritual war between good and evil as he hunts for the serial killer who slew his wife and child.

In the Devil's Garden (1971)

A 16-year-old girl is brutally assaulted and raped near her school. Struck dumb by her experience, she remains so until a second girl is murdered. The school art teacher claims to have seen the killer and she decides to set him a trap with herself as bait.

A Town of Love and Hope (1959)

The life of a boy selling pigeons on the street provides a portrait of poverty and class difference.

When Mama Returns (2004)

A woman seeks forgiveness from the husband and daughter she abandoned 20 years earlier.

Gentille (2005)

Good Girl is a 2005 French comedy film directed by Sophie Fillières.

We Fun (2009)

A contemporary look at 21st century rock music in Atlanta.

Shadows From My Past (2014)

Gita Kaufman returns to Austria after 50 years to search for her past and understand the country of her birth.

The Hard Way (1979)

Assassin-for-hire, John Connor, never misses his target. But he's tired of watching men die and wants to retire his gun and return to his native Ireland. His iron-hard boss, McNeal, has one more assassination assignment, and he picks his top marksman, Connor, for the job. Connor at first refuses, but McNeal threatens Kathleen - Connor’s estranged wife. Connor is persuaded to do the job. Arranging for Kathleen to go away, Connor turns his back on the contract. It’s not long before McNeal and his men are seeking revenge for Connor’s disobedience. Finally, Connor and McNeal are the last two players left standing in the deadly game which no-one really wins...

From Above (2014)

Chasing Shakespeare is a 2013 film directed by Norry Niven, and starring Danny Glover, Ashley Bell, and Graham Greene. The premiered at the Dallas International Film Festival Festival in April 2013, and was opening night film at the Breckenridge Film Festival, The Montreal Black Film Festival, The 38th annual Native American Film Festival in San Francisco on November 1, 2013, The African Diaspora Film Festival NY and The Orlando Film Festival. It has been nominated 36 times in as many festivals, winning 27 awards including Best Feature Film at The FirstGlance Film Festival, Best of Fest at The Big Island Film Festival, Best Feature Film at the AFI Cannes Film Festival, Audience Choice, Best Opening Title Sequence at SXSW, Best Dram/Romance at The WorldFest Houston Film Festival, Best Feature Film at the World Peace Initiative The Hampton's Film Festival and Best Director at Red Nations Film Festival and The Orlando Film Festival. The film was written by James Bird.

Untamed (1940)

for others with the same name, see Untamed (disambiguation) Untamed is a 1940 American film directed by George Archainbaud starring Patricia Morison and Ray Milland. It is based on the 1926 Sinclair Lewis novel Mantrap.

The Fiercest Heart (1961)

The Fiercest Heart is a 1961 film starring Stuart Whitman and Juliet Prowse, also featuring 1960 Summer Olympics decathlon champion Rafer Johnson. It is set in 1830s South Africa.

Deathbowl to Downtown (2009)

Filmmakers explore the skateboard culture in New York City..

Wobble: The Weight of the Truth (2008)

Grant joins the race for the Oval Office to save the planet before the Earth's rotation is ruined.

Even Trade (2004)

Power and money come between childhood friends when one wants to become legitimate.

La Once (2015)

Friends since the 1950s, some Chilean septuagenarians keep their bond strong by meeting for tea and cake once a month.

Gordon Getty: There Will Be Music (2015)

Gordon Getty becomes a renowned classical composer, businessman and philanthropist.

SBK The-Movie (2014)

One man's journey to become a legend of the boardwalk by claiming the title of world champion in the fast-paced sport of professional skeeball.

Water, Wind, Dust (1989)

An Iranian boy travels through the desert to find his family.

The Garden of Stones (1976)

A shepherd hangs rocks from a tree.

Une jeune fille (2013)

Two lonely people on the Gaspé Peninsula meet and form a bond.

Dancing in the Forest (1988)

A stranded writer (Darren Dalton) lives his tale of a lumberjack (Ian Roberts), a temptress (Brumilda Rensburg), a strange old man and madness.

Dr. Broadway (1942)

Dr. Broadway is a 1942 American mystery film directed by Anthony Mann (as his directorial debut) and written by Art Arthur. The film stars Macdonald Carey, Jean Phillips, Eduardo Ciannelli, Richard Lane, J. Carrol Naish, Joan Woodbury and Arthur Loft. The film was released on May 9, 1942, by Paramount Pictures.

The Big Fisherman (1959)

The Big Fisherman is a 1959 American film directed by Frank Borzage about the life of Simon Peter, one of the disciples of Jesus. Starring Howard Keel, Susan Kohner and John Saxon, the production is adapted from the 1948 novel by Lloyd C. Douglas, which is closely related to Douglas' previous book, 1942's The Robe which, six years earlier, in 1953, had also been adapted for the screen under the same title, The Robe. The film was shot at Universal-International studios but released by Buena Vista, the film releasing company of Walt Disney Productions. The Robe ends with "the Big Fisherman" as a nickname for Peter; Jesus called him "the fisher of men" and "the Rock".

Barefoot to Goa (2015)

Barefoot to Goa is a 2015 Indian Hindi drama film directed and produced by Praveen Morchhale. It narrates the story of two school-going kids living in Mumbai. Its release in India was crowdfunded through Morchhale's Proud Funding Campaign. It was released on 10 April 2015.

The Three Mesquiteers (1936)

The Three Mesquiteers is notable as the original entry in what became a 51-film series of Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movies, eight of which starred John Wayne. Filmed in 1936, the film stars Bob Livingston (in the role later played by Wayne), Ray "Crash" Corrigan, and Syd Saylor, and was directed by Ray Taylor.

CMYK (2011)

Colorful symbols become moving artwork.

Journey to the Sun (1999)

Journey to the Sun (Turkish: Güneşe Yolculuk) is a 1999 Turkish drama film written and directed by Yeşim Ustaoğlu. It was entered into the 49th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Blue Angel Award.

Behind the News (1940)

Behind the News is a 1940 American drama film starring Lloyd Nolan and directed by Joseph Santley. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Sound Recording (Charles L. Lootens). It is also known as A Flagpole Needs a Flag.

Old Firehand (1966)

Winnetou and Old Firehand (German: Winnetou und sein Freund Old Firehand) is a 1966 western film directed by Alfred Vohrer and starring Pierre Brice, Rod Cameron and Marie Versini. It was made as a co-production between West Germany and Yugoslavia, as part of a series of Karl May adaptations made during the decade. It was not a box-office success and only one further film was made. The film was released by Bavaria Film in Germany, and by its parent company Columbia Pictures in the United States (under the title Thunder at the Border). It was made at the CCC studios in Berlin and on location in Croatia.

Motley's Law (2015)

Kimberley Motley leaves America to work as a defense lawyer in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Smart Alecks (1942)

Smart Alecks is a 1942 American film directed by Wallace Fox.

Danger Trails (1935)

A cowboy (Guinn "Big Boy" Williams) saves a woman's (Marjorie Gordon) ranch.

Angels Die Hard (1970)

Angels Die Hard is a 1970 biker film. The first film distributed by New World Pictures, half its budget was provided by Roger Corman.

The Nightman (1992)

A Georgia doctor (Jenny Robertson) digs up her past with the man (Ted Marcoux) convicted of killing her mother (Joanna Kerns) 19 years before.

Schmitke (2014)

When Schmitke is dispatched to the Czech side of Ore Mountain to fix an old wind turbine, his colleague disappears and things begin happening in the forest.

A Fugitive From Justice (1940)

A Fugitive from Justice is a 1940 film starring Roger Pryor, Lucile Fairbanks and Eddie Foy Jr..

Stay the Same Never Change (2009)

People go about their lives wanting more out of it.

Survival Knife (2016)

The sole survivor of a serial killer's attack tries to cope with her mutilation and the deaths she witnessed. As she recovers, she slowly realizes the trauma may have awakened something dark within her.

Tapia (2013)

Filmmaker Eddie Alcazar reveals the volatile drug addiction that plagued five-time world champion boxer Johnny Tapia after a kidnapper raped and murdered his mother.

The Wizard of Oz (1982)

The Wizard of Oz (オズの魔法使い, Ozu no Mahōtsukai) is a 1982 anime feature film directed by Fumihiko Takayama, from a screenplay by Yoshimitsu Banno and Akira Miyazaki, which is based on the 1900 children's novel by L. Frank Baum, produced by Yoshimitsu Banno and Katsumi Ueno for Toho Co., Ltd. The film was originally shown at the Cannes Film Festival, but did not have a regular run in U.S. theatres. In the 1980s, a re-edited version of the film was released in Czechoslovakia. The film was dubbed into the Slovak language except for the songs, which were performed by Japanese singers (from the original Japanese music version). Some other foreign dubs, such as the Italian and Greek versions, had this premise edit as well.

Zona rosa (2005)

Interviews with strippers give a glimpse of the gay strip club scene in Mexico's Zona Rosa district.

The Personals (1982)

The Personals is a 1982 romantic comedy written and directed by Peter Markle. It was shot in Minneapolis. The film was picked up for distribution by Roger Corman's New World Pictures.

The Fruit Machine (1988)

The Fruit Machine (known as Wonderland in the United States) is a 1988 British film thriller starring Tony Forsyth, Emile Charles, Bruce Payne and Robbie Coltrane in the role of "Annabelle". The film, which was directed by BAFTA-winner Philip Saville, is about two gay teens friends who are running from an underworld assassin and the police. It was produced by UK TV company Granada Productions. The film showcases the rising careers of actors Coltrane and Payne, as well as future Academy Awards winner, composer Hans Zimmer, who wrote the soundtrack. The film uses a combination of adventure, buddy film, road movie and 1980s filmmaking to address a number of social issues that were pertinent to the times. Since its release, it has developed a cult following primarily due to its straightforward portrayal of British gay youth.

Live! From Death Row (1992)

An infamous inmate (Bruce Davison) and his partners hold a reporter (Joanna Cassidy) and her cameraman (Jason Tomlins) hostage for an execution broadcast.

The Hour Before the Dawn (1944)

The Hour Before the Dawn is a 1944 drama war film directed by Frank Tuttle starring Franchot Tone and Veronica Lake. It was based on the novel by W. Somerset Maugham.

Pussy Riot: The Movement (2013)

Two Russian punk rockers/performance artists are sentenced to two years in a penal colony after they ask the Virgin Mary to remove President Vladimir Putin from power.

Out Late (2011)

Some gay people tell of coming out later in life.

Kinsey Sicks: Almost Infamous (2008)

A Dragapella beauty shop quartet prepares for shows in Vegas.

I Hate Actors (1986)

A talent agent becomes the prime suspect in a series of movie-set murders. Based on a novel by Ben Hecht.

Blood Slaves of the Vampire Wolf (1996)

A young vampire brings a wolf-man into her group to further terrorize the people of Los Angeles.

Eccomi Qua (2003)

A carefree bachelor (Andrea Sartoretti) tries to decide if he is ready for fatherhood after an ex-lover shows up with their son in tow.

Strana khoroshikh detochek (2013)

Sasha, a disobedient girl, is transferred to the Land of Good Children for re-education after her parents wish for a well-behaved daughter.

Fifi Howls from Happiness (2013)

Bahman Mohassess was a celebrated artist before the 1979 Iranian Revolution, but he later destroyed many of his works before emigrating to Italy.

Radio Stars on Parade (1945)

Radio Stars on Parade is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Leslie Goodwins from a screenplay by Robert E. Kent and Monte Brice, from Kent's original story. Produced and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, it was released on August 1, 1945. The film stars the comedy team of Brown and Carney (Wally Brown and Alan Carney), along with Frances Langford.

China White Serpentine (2003)

A deceased junkie haunts Dave after his brother dies, and he is forced to unlock the dark mysteries of his brother's past.

The Shaft (2008)

A father, son and daughter fight to keep hope as they face harsh realities.

The 9th Guest (1934)

The Ninth Guest is a 1934 Pre-Code murder mystery film starring Donald Cook and Genevieve Tobin as two of the eight guests at a deadly party who are informed by the voice of their unknown host from the radio that they are his enemies ... and will all meet his ninth guest: Death. The plot is similar to that of Agatha Christie's novel And Then There Were None, but is actually based on a 1930 book, The Invisible Host, and the play adapted from it, both of which predate Christie's work by nine years.

Legend of the Hillbilly Butcher (2012)

Legend of the Hillbilly Butcher is a 2012 horror film that was written and directed by Joaquin Montalvan. The film was released to DVD and VOD on 23 September 2014 and stars Paul E. Respass as a hillbilly with a taste for human flesh.

DISCOPATHE (2014)

Discopath (French: Discopathe) is a 2013 Canadian film directed by Renaud Gauthier. The film is about Duane Lewis, a New York cook who becomes insane when hearing disco music. After murdering a woman in a club, Duane travels to Montreal where he continues his killing spree. Discopath premiered in Canada at the Fantasia Film Festival.

Jupiter Landing (2005)

Six outcasts (Tod Huntington, Bryce Wagoner, Monique Lanier) confront their dead-end lives after their landlord serves them with a 30-day eviction notice.

Hempsters: Plant the Seed (2008)

Hempsters: Plant the Seed is a 2003 Michael Henning documentary concerning cannabis legalization. It includes footage of the 1996 arrest of Woody Harrelson for planting four hemp seeds in an act civil disobedience in Kentucky, and the ensuing legal proceedings. Also covered is eradication of cannabis at the Lakota Sioux reservation. The film was shown at the Bend Film Festival in 2010.