Melody For Two (1937)

Melody for Two is a 1937 American musical film directed by Louis King and starring James Melton, Patricia Ellis and Marie Wilson. The film's art direction was by Esdras Hartley.

Forgiven (2007)

A woman (Lucy Cohu) tries to hold her family together after learning that her husband (Derek Riddell) sexually abused their daughter.

Nicolas (2001)

A supernatural lover (Marcus Graham) inhabits the dreams of an artist (Gretchen Egolf) who is having trouble committing to her flesh-and-blood boyfriend (Jason Connery).

Sci-Fi High: The Movie Musical (2010)

Fifties-era high-school students have an unexpected encounter at an annual dance.

Windfall (2012)

Windfall is a 2010 documentary film directed by Laura Israel about the reaction of residents in rural Meredith, New York (in Delaware County, New York) to a proposal to place numerous wind turbines in their community to harness wind power. It's important to note that this film was done by an interested local citizen, not some organization with an agenda. Laura did this film because she had a media degree from NYU, and this seemed like an compelling local activity that would have broader interest to citizens countrywide. Laura is not an energy expert, and does not portray herself as one. She is a citizen who went to great lengths to have people on both sides of the story have their say. (The wind developer was asked to be interviewed for the film, but they declined.) The narrative relates to what happens when citizens get more educated about the very technical issue of industrial wind energy. In essence, this is a story about the democratic process.

Blind Spot (2008)

Journalists, scientists, politicians and others discuss the link between energy, the economy and the environment.

The Maiden Danced to Death (2011)

The Maiden Danced to Death (Hungarian: A halálba táncoltatott leány) is a 2011 Canadian-Hungarian-Slovenian co-production drama film written and directed by Endre Hules. The film was one of the six films shortlisted for the Hungarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards.

Bumm Bumm Bole (2010)

Bumm Bumm Bole is a 2010 Hindi film directed by Priyadarshan. The film stars Darsheel Safary, Atul Kulkarni, Rituparna Sengupta and newcomer Ziyah Vastani. The film is an authorized adaptation of the 1997 Iranian film Children of Heaven which was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in the same year. Bumm Bumm Bole was released on 14 May 2010. The title of the film is based on one of the songs of Taare Zameen Par.

Adventures In Pornoland (2008)

The American adult-film industry forms the real-life backdrop for a tale of a Canadian TV director who gives up on his mainstream career to take a job shooting porn.

300 Killers (2010)

A cop (Anthony Tomei) goes under cover to track down a gang of vicious killers.

Before Valentine (2009)

This hit Thai rom-com that’s spawned several sequels shows the life of four couples in various stages of their relationship and how they deal with the expectations of V-Day.

The Judgment (2014)

The Judgment (Bulgarian: Съдилището) is a 2014 Bulgarian drama film directed by Stephan Komandarev. It was selected as the Bulgarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards but it was not nominated.

Marathon (2005)

Marathon (Hangul: 말아톤; RR: Maraton) is a 2005 South Korean film directed by Jeong Yoon-cheol, and starring Jo Seung-woo, Kim Mi-sook and Lee Ki-young. It received 5,148,022 admissions, making it the 4th most attended Korean film of 2005. Based on the true story of Bae Hyeong-jin, an autistic marathon runner, the film popularized the South Korean term for autism (Hangul: 자폐증; RR: japyejeung) which can be translated as "self-closed syndrome."

The Female Response (1973)

Seven women get together to discuss what it's like to be a female in modern society.

Another Day, Another Man (1966)

A promiscuous woman goes through men like they're going out of style.

Eccentricities of a Blonde-Haired Girl (2009)

Eccentricities of a Blonde-haired Girl (Portuguese: Singularidades de uma Rapariga Loura) is a 2009 Portuguese film directed by Manoel de Oliveira.

Cointelpro 101 (2010)

A history reveals the FBI's strategy to prevent movements and communities from overturning white supremacy and creating racial justice.

Hush (2012)

Ja saapuu oikea yö is a 2012 Finnish thriller film directed by Jyri Kähönen. The story evolves around two young lovers who are planning to murder the girl's father.

Bite Marks (2011)

A truck driver and his two passengers fight off vampires in an abandoned junkyard.

Ruf der Wildgänse (1961)

The Cry of the Wild Geese is a 1961 Austrian historical drama film directed by Hans Heinrich and starring Ewald Balser, Heidemarie Hatheyer and Brigitte Horney.

In Search of the Great Beast 666 (2007)

The life of occultist Aleister Crowley, founder of the religious philosophy of Thelema.

Kids of Töday (2011)

French rock critic Yves Adrien is put in charge of a half-dozen post-adolescent individuals.

Seema (1955)

Seema is a 1955 Bollywood film starring Balraj Sahni and Nutan, and directed by Amiya Chakravarty.

Circle Of Iron (1978)

Cord (JEFF COOPER), an aspiring young martial artist, embarks on a fantastic odyssey in the quest for ultimate knowledge. Guided by his teacher, Ah Sahm (DAVID CARRADINE), he survives countless trials in his dangerous path to enlightenment.

Hits from the Street (2000)

Hottest videos of the week are picked by host Hits.

Hockey Night in Canada: Replay (2006)

Highlights from the evening's NHL match-ups.

Gringo Crimebusters (2003)

Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani is hired to help fight crime in Mexico City, where the police are underpaid, unmotivated and inefficient.

Jets Extra Point (2006)

Analysis of the previous week's game.

Kevin and Drew Unleashed (2004)

Latin Pulse (2006)

News topics selected from Latin American newscasts.

Life in the Fast Lane with Steve Natt (2004)

Steve Natt shares his expertise in all areas of motor vehicles.

Simply Straight Styling Brush Celebration (2016)

Beauty products.

World's Biggest Beasts (2016)

The top 10 biggest mega-monsters to ever walk on Earth, swim in the seas and fly in the skies.

Dude Room (2004)

Chasing Billions: Broner vs Theophane (2016)

Adrien Broner prepares for his fight against Ashley Theophane, and continues on his "bigger than boxing" career.

Waterworld Africa (2015)

With freshwater forests, saline lakes and diverse deltas, Africa boasts some of the most important wetlands and rivers in the world. Discover what lurks beneath the surfaces of the Congo River and Botswana's Okavango Delta, and see who's travelled to get a drink from precious but perilous floodplains. From tigerfish to hydrating hippos, you've never seen Africa like this.

Supper Club (2015)

Chef Alvin Leung, owner of Bo Innovation in Hong Kong, explores food, art and music in the San Francisco Bay Area, touching on the importance of ingredients, craft and personal vision in the culinary, art and music industries. The series features guest chefs and their restaurants, including Michael Mina of RN74, Ken Tominaga of Hana, Kevin Ly of Sugar Bowl Bakery and executive pastry chef Yves Matthey of The Mandarin Cake Shop at Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong. Other segments include a 500-year-old soba restaurant and a musical journey with singer Emil Chau Wakin.

Believe at Home by Michelle Williams Clearance (2016)

Believe at Home by Michelle Williams.

Mystery in Yellowstone (2016)

The ecosystem of Yellowstone Park is jeopardized by the disappearance of elk.

Rota da Flor (2016)

Muse (2007)

Information on art, music, fine dining and cultural events.

Paddy the Next Best Thing (1933)

Paddy the Next Best Thing is a 1933 American pre-Code romantic comedy film directed by Harry Lachman and starring Janet Gaynor, Warner Baxter and Walter Connolly. The screenplay was written by Edwin J. Burke, based on the 1912 novel Paddy the Next Best Thing by Gertrude Page and its later stage adaptation.

Betty Boop's Ups and Downs (1932)

Betty Boop's Ups and Downs is a 1932 Fleischer Studios animated short film, starring Betty Boop. The short subject makes light of the rash of foreclosures and property auctions in the economic turmoil of the Great Depression, together with some of the distinctive surrealism of the Fleischer style of this era.

Dieu a besoin des hommes (1950)

Dieu a besoin des hommes (God Needs Man) is a 1950 French drama film directed by Jean Delannoy. At the 1st Berlin International Film Festival it won the Special Prize for an Excellent Film Achievement.

Eli Regrets (2012)

Blazes (1961)

Big City Fantasy (1934)

Stenka Razin (1908)

Stenka Razin (Russian: Стенька Разин) is the first finished Russian narrative film. The 10-minute silent film is a fictionalized account of episodes from the life of Stenka Razin. It premiered on 28 October [O.S. 15 October] 1908.

The Dying Rooms (1995)

The Dying Rooms is a 1995 television documentary film about Chinese state orphanages. It was directed by Kate Blewett and Brian Woods and produced by Lauderdale Productions.

Living Sculptures: Film Study for Screen Artist (1903)

Stratos-Fear (1933)

When Metallica Ruled the World (2005)

The Last American Hobo (1967)

Workshop Exercises (1986)

Whose Child Am I? (1976)

Feelings is a 1975 British drama film directed by Gerry O'Hara and starring Kate O'Mara, Paul Freeman and Edward Judd. Its plot concerns a couple who are unable to conceive a baby and attempt artificial insemination.

Fire Away (1925)

Tomorrow's Another Day (2009)

Tomorrow's Another Day (Swedish: Det är en dag imorgon också) is a 2011 documentary about Swedish film director Roy Andersson and his unique way of making films. Shot during the four-year-long filming Andersson's latest film You, the Living, the documentary is a personal description of a surprising and different approach to the creative process. Roy Andersson has invented a working method of his own in order to achieve control over the work in process, but he is ultimately dependent on his young co-workers. The film was released in April 2011. A shorter version of the film has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art, in New York United States of America.

Weasel While You Work (1958)

Weasel While You Work is a 1958 Merrie Melodies animated short starring Foghorn Leghorn, Barnyard Dawg, and the weasel from earlier shorts like Plop Goes the Weasel and Weasel Stop. Unlike many Foghorn shorts, this one takes place during the winter; as such, many of the gags involve snow and ice. The title is a pun on the phrase "whistle while you work".

The Divided Trail: A Native American Odyssey (1977)

The Divided Trail: A Native American Odyssey is a 1978 American short documentary film directed by Jerry Aronson. It was nominated in 1978 for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short. It lost to The Flight of the Gossamer Condor.

Columbus's Cursed Colony (2010)

Secret of One Summer (1979)

Hospitaliky (1937)

Chicken a La King (1937)

Mötley Crüe: Decade of Decadence '81-'91 (1991)

Tweet and Lovely (1959)

Tweet and Lovely is a 1958 Merrie Melodies cartoon.

Wild About Hurry (1959)

Wild About Hurry is a Warner Bros. cartoon in the Merrie Melodies series featuring Wile E. Coyote and The Road Runner released on October 10, 1959.

The Bongo Punch (1958)

Breakfast Lunch Dinner (2010)

A Quick Shave and Brush Up (1900)

Three Landscapes (2013)

El relato de Sam Brennan (2009)

Voices from Robben Island (1994)

50,000 B.C. (Before Clothing) (1963)

Cheese (2007)

Scotch Hop (1953)

Winter Carousel (1958)

The Torchbearer (2005)

Visions in Meditation #3: Plato's Cave (1990)

Workers' Topical News No. 1 (1930)

Petites causes grands effets (1912)

Chile: Hasta Cuando? (1986)

Chile: When Will It End? (Spanish: Chile: Hasta Cuando?) is a 1986 Australian documentary film produced by David Bradbury. The film portrays the dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

Alizée en concert (2004)

Finn & Co. (2002)

Petersburg Elegy (1989)

Traveling Light (2012)

Finisterrae (2010)

Fonazei o kleftis (1965)

Fonazei o kleftis or Fonazi o kleftis (Greek: Φωνάζει ο κλέφτης, meaning The Robber Complains) is a 1965 Greek drama film directed and written by Giannis Dalianidis and starring Dinos Iliopoulos, Rena Vlachopoulou, Dionysis Papagiannopoulos and Andreas Douzos. It was filmed in the same year.

Far Away, So Close (2013)

Hare Lift (1952)

Hare Lift is an animated Looney Tunes short starring Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam. It was released in theaters on December 20, 1952. The title is a play on the term "air lift," as expressed in the plotline.

Alchemy And Other Imperfections (2011)

Southern Fried Rabbit (1953)

Southern Fried Rabbit is a Looney Tunes cartoon by Warner Bros. starring Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam. Directed by Friz Freleng, the animated short was first released on May 2, 1953. In it, Bugs Bunny attempts to shake off Yosemite Sam (here, cast as a Civil War-era Confederate colonel), who is preventing him from crossing the Mason–Dixon line.

Exile to Siberia (1930)

Exile to Siberia (Polish: Na Sybir) is a Polish historical film directed by Henryk Szaro and starring Adam Brodzisz, Jadwiga Smosarska and Mieczysław Frenkiel. It was released in 1930. The film's art direction was by Józef Galewski and Jacek Rotmil. The film was originally silent, but a soundtrack was added in a Berlin studio.

The Crack (2012)

Koibone (2005)

Ded 005 (2013)

Clean Pastures (1937)

Clean Pastures is a Merrie Melodies animated cartoon directed by I. Freleng, produced by Leon Schlesinger, and released to theatres on May 22, 1937 by Warner Bros. and Vitaphone. The cartoon is a parody of Warner Bros.' 1936 film The Green Pastures. It tells of an ersatz Heaven called "Pair-O-Dice" and its angels' efforts to win souls from "Hades Inc." A Stepin Fetchit caricature fails to recruit any souls in Harlem, New York City. However, jazz-singing angels incorporate "rhythm" into the pitch, and Harlem's African Americans follow them as they dance their way to Heaven. Schlesinger and Warner Bros. had problems with Clean Pastures from the start. Hollywood censors alleged that the film ran afoul of the Hays Production Code because it burlesqued religion. Later commentators surmise that the censors also objected to the portrayal of a Heaven run by African Americans. In 1968, the short's stereotypical portrayal of black characters prompted United Artists to withhold it from distribution as one of the infamous Censored Eleven. Modern critics have been no kinder to the film and cite its portrayal of black characters as offensive and reliant on negative stereotypes. Musicologist Daniel Goldmark interprets the film as a send-up of black religion and culture and the increasing identification of 1930s white audiences of jazz music with black culture. Religion scholar Judith Weisenfeld sees Clean Pastures as a metaphor for the replacement of rural, minstrel show stereotypes of blacks for modern, urban ones.

Ursus (1961)

Ursus (also known as Mighty Ursus) is a 1961 Italian peplum film directed by Carlo Campogalliani. The film was later adapted for the American television film package, The Sons of Hercules, where it was retitled "Ursus, Son of Hercules" (although Ursus was not at all related to Hercules in the original Italian version). It was released in France as La fureur d'Hercule (The Fury of Hercules). "The Mighty Ursus" was originally released in the US on a double bill with "Jack, the Giant Killer" (1962) before being sold to television in the U.S. Filmed in Madrid in 1960 and released in several countries in 1961/ 1962, this movie stars bodybuilder Ed Fury as the legendary Ursus, and Moira Orfei as the evil queen Attea, in a sword-and-sandal adventure. Ed Fury is the actor most associated with the Ursus series, although he only played him in three of the nine films. The film is rife with villains, in the true peplum tradition, including Moira Orfei as the evil queen, Luis Prendes as the smarmy Setas, and Rafael Luis Calvo as Mok, the grand vizier. A young Soledad Miranda plays the beautiful virgin Fillide who is to be sacrificed at the end of the film. Miranda was later "discovered" by Spanish horror film director Jesus Franco who used her in a number of his 1969-1970 productions, beginning with his 1970 opus Count Dracula. (She was killed in a tragic car accident in 1970).

Opasatica (2011)

Intimate Interviews: Bela Lugosi (1931)

Sta. Niña (2012)

Sta. Niña (Santa Niña) is a 2012 Filipino drama film directed by Emmanuel Quindo Palo.The film is Palo's first directorial venture.The film tells the story of Paulino who unexpectedly unearths the remains of his 2-year-old daughter in a lahar-filled quarry. It was one of the official entries for the New Breed Full Length Feature Category in Cinemalaya 2012.