Ralphie May: Girth of a Nation (2006)

The predecessor to the highly rated Prime Cut special, Girth Of A Nation find the ebonics-fluent comic getting comfortable in equal-opportunity offender mode. Ralphie dishes on Black movie theaters, midgets, and the mentally challenged in his singular style that fuses Southern charm with a hefty dose of hip-hop. It was this skill that earned him a spot as the only white comedian to perform on the The Big Black Comedy Show.

The Science of Sex Appeal (2009)

The seemingly elusive qualities of sex appeal are examined in exhaustive detail through the lens of science in this probing documentary, which documents the evolution and function of every component of human attraction. In this study of the real science behind "chemistry," you'll learn how the subtlest sounds, sights and smells can affect sex appeal, and you'll discover how genetic, hormonal and neurological factors create sparks between people.

The Children Of Chabannes (1999)

This documentary chronicles the extraordinary efforts of the staff at a remote French school, which sheltered hundreds of Jewish children from the Nazis during the Second World War. In addition to taking in youngsters from various European countries, the people of Chabannes taught them French and went to great lengths to hide the kids' presence to ensure their safety. Co-director Lisa Gossels, a daughter of Peter Gossels, one of the Chabannes children, narrates this courageous true story.

Ishkq in Paris (2013)

Ishkq in Paris is a 2013 Indian Hindi-language romance film starring Preity Zinta, Rhehan Malliek and Isabelle Adjani, directed by Prem Raj, produced by Zinta and co-written by Raj and Zinta. Initially set for release on 21 September 2012, the film was postponed multiple times before finally being released on 24 May 2013 in India, the United Kingdom and the United States. Koimoi stated the film failed to attract an initial audience, did not get any word of mouth publicity and was unable to compete for audience against the Indian Premier League cricket finals held its opening weekend.

Secrets of the Clown (2007)

After the brutal murder of his best friend Jim, Bobbie is haunted by a presence. His girlfriend Val is distant and appears to have secrets of her own. Then the nightmares begin. Through the nightmares Bobbie uncovers clues regarding the murderer's identity. With the killer still on the loose, bodies piling up, and time running out, Bobbie hires a psychic to contact his deceased friend Jim. But some secrets were never meant to be revealed. The dreams will guide him, the secrets will blind him, the murders haunt him. Only together will they unlock the "Secrets of the Clown".

Fuck Off! Images of Finland (1971)

OFF performing OFF! live at The Annandale Hotel, Sydney from January 2013. Set list: (0:00) Intro / Panic Attack; (2:34) I Don't Belong; (3:38) I Got News For You; (4:32) Poison City; (6:49) Now I'm Pissed; (8:11) Monologue 1; (11:08) Jeffrey Lee Pierce; (13:04) Blast; (14:24) Feelings Are Meant To Be Hurt; (15:46) Wrong; (16:35) King Kong Brigade; (18:07) Monologue 2; (20:59) Borrow And Bomb; (21:47) Vaporized; (22:37) Crawl; (24:29) Rat Trap; (26:00) Wiped Out; (27:44) Monologue 3; (29:48) Peace In Hermosa; (32:29) Zero For Conduct; (33:18) Cracked; (34:20) Fuck People; (35:54) Toxic Box; (37:19) Monologue 4; (39:04) Elimination; (40:03) Full Of Shit; (40:43) Black Thoughts; (41:38) Darkness; (42:27) Upside Down; You know the names and pedigrees. Keith Morris (Black Flag, Circle Jerks), Dimitri Coats (Burning Brides), Steven McDonald (Redd Kross) and Mario Rubalcaba (Hot Snakes/Earthless/Rocket From The Crypt) are OFF! They are the force and spirit of L.A. punk circa '78 resuscitated, reconstituted and re-imagined for a similarly uncertain age. The band released their debut 7", 1st EP, in October of 2010. Three more would follow, all ultimately assembled in the First Four EPs vinyl box set; CD compilation: 16 tracks in just over 17 minutes, featuring inimitable cover art by Raymond Pettibon, the man; artist behind Black Flag's visual mystique. The critical acclaim poured in--Pitchfork, NPR, the L.A. Times, etc.--followed by a slot on the prestigious Coachella Music Festival in Indio, CA, and riotous US, European, and Australian tours.

Lust (1994)

The narrator ponders her sex life while tracking her errant husband with a balloon'the balloon as woman, woman as balloon in LUST, using camera and special effects by Steve Bull and music by Carl Schurz. LUST was "Director's Choice" at the Atlanta Film and Video Festival, received the Experimental Narrative Award at the Athens Film/Video Festival; and was featured at New American Makers, Cast Iron TV, 8e Festival International du Film de Vol Libre, DCTV, Opera Plaza Cinema, Shameless Shorts, Lifestyle TV, and MoMA. Super 8mm + VHS.

Cheerleaders Beach Party (1978)

Rambling University is in danger of losing its best football players to a rival team, until Rambling's cheerleaders come to the rescue with their feminine charms and get members from the opposing team to sign with Rambling.

Gunman of Ave Maria (1969)

The Forgotten Pistolero (Italian: Il pistolero dell'Ave Maria, lit. "The Gunman of Hail Mary") is a 1969 Italian Spaghetti Western film co-written and directed by Ferdinando Baldi. The film is a western adaptation of the Greek myth of Orestes, subject of three famous drama-plays by Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides. Ulrich P. Bruckner puts it among the "most interesting and most touching Spaghetti Westerns of the late sixties".

Breath of Freedom (2014)

They fought to liberate Germany from Nazi rule, as racism reached unfathomable levels. Their fight would continue back home on American soil. This is the story of the one-million-plus African Americans who fought in World War II. Discover their encounters with hatred, from the enemy and from within their own ranks. Explore this paradoxical chapter in American history through interviews with war heroes, including Colin Powell, Tuskegee ace pilot Roscoe Brown, and Charles Evers, brother of Civil Rights activist and WWII veteran Medgar Evers.

Bars of Hate (1935)

Bars of Hate is a 1935 American crime film directed by Albert Herman.

Max and Mona (2004)

In this South African comedy, 19-year old Max Bua serves as the official mourner for his village, helping to make people cry at funerals. But his real passion is to leave the rural life behind in order to begin studying to become a doctor in Johannesburg. With a gift of money from the villagers to cover his tuition, Max sets off on an adventure to the big city. But he arrives too late to complete his registration, and must seek the help of his Uncle Norman, altering his original plans.

Battling Marshal (1950)

A lawman (Sunset Carson) tries to redeem himself after making an error in judgment.

What's Wrong with Frank Chin? (2005)

This insightful documentary explores the life of Frank Chin, the godfather of modern Asian Americanism. Taking a look at his life story and the many controversies raging over him during the past thirty years, the film reveals the much larger implications of the literary, ideological and cultural changes taking place in Asian America.

Assassin's Game (2015)

Legendary hit man Vet Jones never expected to accept another mission. But when his son fails to assassinate an important target, a powerful crime boss gives Jones an ultimatum: finish the job or his son dies. . .and Jones has no choice but to accept. After realizing the target is innocent, Jones tries to change his mission in order to protect the target – but can he save her life as well as the life of his son?

Beeradelphia (2011)

DocComTV Presents - A Beer-Documentary that sheds some light on the exploding beer culture in and around the city of Philadelphia. Beeradelphia will showcase not only beer of course, but brewerys, home brewers, beer clubs, Brew pubs, beer authors and beer historians, bottle shops and distributors and of course interviews with the region's most famous beer personalities and of course more beer!

Wild Wind (1985)

American, Russian and Austrian partisans join forces to destroy the Zlodol bridge during World War II.

Danger Dave (2014)

Professional skateboarder David Martelleur talks about his life as a professional skateboarder and bemoans the fact that he's on his last legs.

Heal for Free (2014)

The practice of making regular skin contact with the Earth, like taking barefoot walks on the beach, on the grass, or better yet, swimming in natural bodies of water, have been clinically shown to help heal chronic inflammatory diseases in 95% of all cases. Nature Deficit Disorder is a recently identified syndrome, which includes chronic and inflammatory conditions, these conditions manifest in an array of body aches and fatigue, non-restorative sleep and a poor immune system, among other complaints. According to the theory of Nature Deficit Disorder, the Earth's surface emits a constant stream of electrons, which neutralize the disease-causing free radicals in our bodies. The deficit is caused by staying inside all day and wearing shoes at virtually all times thus, depriving people of the naturally-healing electrons, which constantly flow from the surface of the Earth. If you are an Earthling, this film has an important and uplifting message for YOU.

Race Across the Sky 2010 (2010)

In 2009, Race Across the Sk" captured the imagination of countless mountain bike enthusiasts when Lance Armstrong not only won the Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race, but set a new course record that seemed unattainable. Now, Race Across the Sky 2010 delves into the resulting race entry boom, including record numbers of citizen riders, all with their own personal reasons for challenging themselves to this epic test of will, strength and endurance. Joined by the toughest elite field this high-altitude century race has ever seen, these riders are tested by one of the most brutal courses known to the sport. From the center of the little mining town of Leadville, Colorado, to the 12,570-foot top of Columbine Mine, get ready to be inspired all over again.

Andrea Perron: House Of Darkness House Of Light (2013)

For almost a decade, Andrea and her family lived among the dead. There, they came to understand that they were not alone and there is something beyond mortal existence. Devon Belanger and Angie Stockman take you on the journey with the Perron family as Andrea shares her experiences, including the battle with the ghost of Bathsheba and the curse she placed on the Perron family. Andrea also discusses her theories regarding the hauntings and touches on the topics of other dimensions, UFOs and other anomalous phenomena!

The Copper (1958)

The Copper also translated as The Grasper (German:Der Greifer) is a 1958 West German crime film directed by Eugen York and starring Hans Albers, Hansjörg Felmy and Susanne Cramer. It is a remake of the 1930 film The Copper which Albers had also starred in.

Adventures in Odyssey: Baby Daze (1998)

An evil scientist! Runaway robots! And kidnapping? Oh, my! When a baby shows up on the doorstep of Whit's End, the place becomes a flurry of splattered food, dirty diapers, and talking sock-puppets! Eugene wants to study the child's behavior in the name of "science." But events force Eugene to decide which is more valuable--the advance of science or a life made in the image of God.

Sesame Street: Fairy Tale Fun! (2013)

FEATURING ALL YOUR FAVORITE SESAME STREET FRIENDS! Fairytales and nursery rhymes are coming to life on Sesame Street! When Abby hears a story about frogs being turned in to princes, she thinks if she kisses Oscar he will turn in to a prince. Will they live grouchily ever after, or will Oscar have a different ending for this imaginative tale?

The Residents - Talking Light: Bimbo's (2011)

The inspiration behind the Talking Light tour is The Residents' fascination with spooky stories. All of these ghost stories share a common theme, which ultimately asks the question: In a world where nearly everything has been categorized, how do we fulfill our need for the Fuzzy, the Vague, or the Supernatural. with TV commercials?

Max Milligan - Play Scotty Moore (2014)

Max Milligan shows the tricks and techniques of Scotty Moore's unique and exciting finger-picking style that helped bring the lead guitarist into a dominant role in the Rock 'n' Roll band. In this program, the 25th in the PLAY series, our expert host, And with over 40 years of professional experience, there's nothing Max can't do with his guitar.

The Last Days of Pompeii (1913)

An influential Italian epic that paved the way for the elaborate costume drama, The Last Days Of Pompeii romanticizes the final hours of those ill-fated souls living in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius.

Scruff: A Christmas Tale (2009)

You won't believe the trouble that this cute little dog gets into! Meet Scruff, a puppy with endless curiosity and energy to spare. It's Christmas Eve and Scruff has some tasty treats that he won't share, but after meeting the ghosts from Christmas past, present and future, he learns the true meaning of Christmas and the importance of friends and sharing.

Smashing the Rackets (1938)

Smashing the Rackets is a 1938 American drama film directed by Lew Landers and written by Lionel Houser. The film stars Chester Morris, Frances Mercer, Rita Johnson, Bruce Cabot and Edward Pawley. The film was released on August 19, 1938, by RKO Pictures.

Predators at War (2005)

Follow Africa's mega-predators as they struggle for survival in a cruel season of deprivation on South Africa's Mala Mala Reserve. To survive, they must compete for the same resources using every physical and psychological weapon in their arsenals. Who will emerge as top predator? What will it take to survive? From the perspective of the very creatures now pitted against one another, this film reveals the ultimate inside look at animal survival through groundbreaking images, innovative story-telling and the visual language of war.

Coline (Les amis de mes amis) (2011)

Citizens, farmers, and scientists from all across the French countryside voice their concerns and observations about the risky new trends being used to produce the food supply. Many different viewpoints on a variety of specific issues all draw the conclusion that altering the natural process that creates food is an ultimately deadly proposition. Everything, from the soil to the plants to the products neatly arranged on the supermarket shelves, is examined for the impact man has upon its health. France is a country struggling just to provide healthy sustainable agriculture for its people in a world dominated by unscrupulous corporations.

Pu Pu Platter (2015)

When a sassy city girl comes to America searching for herself and love, she meets a young man, and they begin to share a life together. But the cultural differences, personal goal conflicts, and stereotypes quickly come to light causing a roller-coaster ride of comedic events.

Love & Plutonium (2005)

The power of love threatens to sway the balance between good and evil forever in this comedy about superheroes and supervillains.

Today We Saw the Face of God (2011)

Twenty-three medical volunteers in Haiti survive the earthquake and help survivors.

Papamundi and the 9/11 Mechanism (2014)

On Spetember 11th, 2001, three men took over power of the United States. This is called the 9-11 coup d'etat. As one of the main perpetrators is on his death bed, two patriots decide to tell th world who did it.

Benim ve roz'un sonbahari (2009)

(English Title: Me and Roz) People of a small town face migration as a dam project threatens their hometown. A local journalist assumes leadership on the issue. As townsfolk begin accepting defeat, 13-year-old Roz, who came to the town after her village was destroyed, starts becoming source of hope for everyone.

Kommissar X - Drei gelbe Katzen (1966)

Kommissar X - Drei gelbe Katzen/Death is Nimble, Death is Quick Italian: Operazione 3 gatti gialli, is a 1966 Austrian-West German-Italian-French international co-production Eurospy film written and co-directed by Rudolf Zehetgruber and Gianfranco Parolini. Filmed in Ceylon, it stars Tony Kendall, Brad Harris and Dan Vadis with Harris and Vadis doing their own stuntwork. It is the second of seven films, loosely based on the 1961 Kommissar X #73 detective novel from the Pabel Moewig publishing house, though the original novel was set in Burma.

Perilous Assignment (1959)

Behind-the-scenes of the filming of Third Man on the Mountain on location in Zermatt, Switzerland, where the cast and crew endure many hardships.

Beggars in Ermine (1934)

Beggars in Ermine is a 1934 American film directed by Phil Rosen.

This Is Berlin Not New York (2008)

Inspiring look at underground artists as they cross the globe to create new work. A group of New York City artists travel to Berlin for 10 days, showing art in a gallery, putting up art on the streets, breaking into an abandoned building to create original artwork and making connections with Berlin artists. Film features Arturo Vega, Artistic Director of the Ramones punk rock group, Ted Riederer, an artist featured at PS1, and Nicole Gladsburn,an artist featured in the Village Voice. Arturo Vega said - This film should be shown at art schools or to anyone passionate about art.

Across the Plains (1939)

Across the Plains is a 1939 American Western film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and starring Addison Randall, Frank Yaconelli, and Joyce Bryant. Written by Robert Emmett Tansey, the film is about two brothers who are separated when they are young and who meet again as adults, one good and one bad.

Lu pikirlah sendiri (2010)

A solo bicycle and surfing journey across Bali, Nusa Lembogan, Lombok and Sumbawa. Sendiri is the Indonesian word for 'By yourself or Alone'. Dylan decides to continue his and Rians original journey that finished in 2009, cycling further east from Bali and exploring Nusa Lembogan, Lombok and West Sumbawa.

Gambling with Souls (1936)

Gambling with Souls is a 1936 American film directed by Elmer Clifton.

Bullwhip (1958)

Bullwhip is a 1958 American romantic Western film directed by Harmon Jones and starring Guy Madison and Rhonda Fleming. The film is about a cowboy in Abilene, Kansas who agrees to a marriage to avoid being hanged. The film was shot at Kenny Ranch in Murphys, California.

At All Cost (2015)

Frank White, a car salesman from Amarillo, Texas is convinced by his friend T-White to move to Houston and jump into the music industry. Once Frank decides that he will move he is confronted with a couple of obstacles making it hard for him to leave His brother, BJ helps him get a job in real estate so he can finance his dream of becoming a successful recording artist. Then Frank meets Kesha, a gorgeous realtor who wants to help out, while his girlfriend has other plans. Watch as this inspirational romantic comedy unfolds to see if Frank achieves his musical stardom.

Never Make It Home (2011)

Kirk Rundstrom is told he has two months to live, so he books a tour.

Jews in Space or Why Is this Night Different from All Other Nights? (2006)

Sixteen years after she gave him a farewell kiss. Santiago is reunited with his cousin Luciana, when she returns home to Buenos Aires from New York. When their curmudgeonly grandfather, Mauricio, has a near death experience, Luciana decides to take family matters into her own hands and prepare the traditional Passover Seder. Funny, witty and heartwarming, this film shows us the dynamics of a Jewish family that stays together despite the pressures that threaten to bring it apart.

Crossing Bridges (2007)

Crossing Bridges is a multi-award winning film by British writer-director Mark Norfolk starring Jason Rose, Kelli Kerslake, Jeffery Kissoon and Elisabeth Dahl. A highlight of the movie is an amazing rock soundtrack by Kerry Hope Kavanagh and The Fellows with sound design by Vanesa Lorena Tate. The movie's narrative centres around senior citizen, Julius Beauregard who is accused of a crime which causes him to lose his job, his wife and his only child. With nowhere left to turn he decides to end it all but then out of the blue he meets an Angel whom he takes on a fascinating journey through the entrails of his fractured mind along the bridges of London. The film premiered in Paris in 2007 as an Official Selection of the European Independent Film Festival. It later won Best Editing at the Cyprus International Film Festival in Nicosis, Cyprus and was a selection at London UK Film Focus before winning an Independent Spirit Award at the Screen Nation Film & Television Awards, sometimes labelled the UK's black Oscars. In 2008 Crossing Bridges won the Audience Award at the Corinthian International Film Festival in Korinthos, Greece and in 2010 picked up a Special Mention at the Black International Cinema Festival in Berlin, Germany.

Timber Gang (2006)

Yu Guangyi's stunning debut explores a grueling winter amongst loggers in Northeast China as they employ traditional practices through one last, fateful expedition. For generations, the lumberjacks of Heilongjiang, China have made their living harvesting timber amidst a barren, wintry landscape. These woodcutters confront the elements, living in makeshift cabins surrounded by snow and ice. Hand tools, sleds and horses are the only technology they employ to drag massive trees down the perilous slopes of Black Bear Valley. At constant risk of injury and death, they attempt to appease the mountain gods with ancient rituals and sacrifices. Despite their heroic efforts to subsist, the deforestation caused by their decades-long customs may lead to their ultimate demise. Armed with a digital camera and survival gear, Yu Guangyi spent months filming the lumberjacks of his hometown, offering "a privileged peek into some exceedingly harsh lives." (Neil Young, Jigsaw Lounge). With no formal training in filmmaking, Yu captures both vivid, workaday detail and moments of stunning visual beauty that "gives the docu-adventurism of Werner Herzog a serious run for his money." (Ben Cho, Moving Pictures Magazine). A lasting testament to disappearing traditions, Last Lumberjacks "is a fascinating glimpse at a rare way of life that few will ever witness." (Ain't It Cool News)

Producing the Hood (2008)

Producing The Hood: Kids Killing Kids... the cost is too high for living. Take a ride with the hoods and see the new rules to fit in.

High Tatras - A Wilderness Frozen in Time (2007)

The High Tatras are considered a National Park in Slovakia. It has more than three hundred peaks, many higher than 2500 meters, romantic valleys with no access roads, crystal-clear streams and forests inhabited by wolves, bears and lynxes.

Wingrave (2007)

Wingrave is an Egyptian horror film. It was written and directed by Ahmed Khalifa and stars Ashraf Hamdi, Diana Brauch, and Karim Higazy. It was the first English-Language Egyptian feature film in history. The film was designed as a tribute to Gothic literature, Expressionist Cinema, and the ghost story genre.

Greetings from Fire Island (2013)

Greetings from Fire Island is a documentary that captures the natural beauty and history of a long wisp of land off the coast of Long Island's south shore.

Left for Dead (2002)

The biographical documentary of a fearless military leader: Pain, destruction and suffering cannot conquer the infallible war hero Oscar Jackson in "Left for Dead." He lives through injuries that would overcome most men. A natural leader, Jackson aba

Wisconsin Rising (2014)

Wisconsin was a testing ground for the nation in 2011 as big money attempted to undo basic workers' rights when newly-elected Republican Governor Scott Walker suddenly stripped collective bargaining power from the state's public employees. Wisconsin Rising catapults the viewer into the days, weeks, and months when Wisconsinites fought back against power, authority, and injustice.

Touch the Sun: Top Enders (1988)

Alice and her mother, Sue, have been managing quite well on their own for some time, so Alice is not impressed when her father, Jack, decides to return home to live. Alice leaves home in disgust. On the road she meets Mick. They team up and they eventually go in search of the outstation where Mick's community is living. They have few survival skills and become lost in the desert.

Here I Stand: The Life and Legacy of Martin Luther (2002)

It is claimed that there have been more books written about Martin Luther than anyone else other than Jesus Christ. In those lists pundits compile about who were the most influential in shaping our modern world, the name Martin Luther inevitably shows up near the top, usually in the top ten. He is one of those few who can be proclaimed indisputably a "hinge of history." Yet Luther never wanted to be a renowned world shaper. He was more concerned to save his own soul and entered a monastery to get away from the world and seek his own salvation. But in finding his salvation, he rediscovered foundations of Biblical Christianity that shook the late Medieval world and challenged its assumptions about religious authority, what God was like, how we are to approach him, and how God saves us. T.N. Mohan, producer and director of the award-winning documentary on the life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Hanged on a Twisted Cross, returns to Germany to tell the story of its most famous son, interpreted from an overtly Protestant perspective. In this two-hour special, we come to understand Luther, what motivated him, the turning points in his life, the issues he confronted, the opposition that sought to defeat him, and the profound changes brought about under his leadership and ministry.

Troubled Laughter (1979)

Troubled Laughter is a 1979 Chinese drama film directed by Yang Yanjin and Deng Yimin, set in the Cultural Revolution. The film stars Li Zhiyu as Fu Bin, a powerless newspaper writer who struggles with his conscience during an age of pervasive dishonesty and immorality from the top on down. It was screened out of competition at the 1981 Cannes Film Festival.

Rough Riding Rhythm (1937)

(1937, Ambassador) Kermit Maynard, Ralph Peters, Beryl Wallace. It's not often you saw hard violence against women in '30s westerns, but this solid Maynard film deals with the brutal murder of a young mother. The victim was bashed in the head by her no-good, cattle-rustling hubby. Kermit and her brother swear to bring him in. 16mm.

Radiophobia (2006)

On April 26, 1986, a security test at Chernobyl's nuclear power station triggered the greatest civilian nuclear catastrophe in history. Radiophobia was the smoke screen that the government created to mask the fact that they had lost control. Within the affected zone sits the city of Pripyat, only 3 kilometers from the power station. Pripyat was to be a model city for the Soviet regime. In June 2004, a group of survivors returned to the ghost city that it is today. What lessons have we learned from Chernobyl? Today radiophobia does not exist. Officially, you will not find the meaning of the word in a dictionary... Over twenty years later, we still don't know the truth. We still suffer from radiophobia.

Not in God's Name: In Search of Tolerance with the Dalai Lama (2007)

Currently religious fanaticism is on the rise worldwide. Director Paula Fouce ventures into the madrassas, religious schools, and meets moderate Muslims as well as hard-liners. NOT IN GOD'S NAME traces the three reasons for religious extremism. The solutions to hatred in the name of God are laid out by the Dalai Lama, who is received the Congressional Gold Medal in recognition for his work on religious tolerance from the U.S. Congress.

Crocodile in the Yangtze (2012)

Crocodile in the Yangtze follows China's first Internet entrepreneur and former English teacher, Jack Ma, as he battles US giant eBay on the way to building China's first global Internet company, Alibaba Group. An independent memoir written, directed and produced by an American who worked in Ma's company for eight years, Crocodile in the Yangtze captures the emotional ups and downs of life in a Chinese Internet startup at a time when the Internet brought China face-to-face with the West. Crocodile in the Yangtze draws on 200 hours of archival footage filmed by over 35 sources between 1995 and 2009. The film presents a strikingly candid portrait of Ma and his company, told from the point of view of an "American fly on a Chinese wall" who witnessed the successes and the mistakes Alibaba encountered as it grew from a small apartment into a global company employing 16,000 staff. The film has traveled to 20 film festivals worldwide, winning "Best Documentary" at the San Francisco United Film Festival and "Best Film on Entrepreneurship" at the Silicon Valley Film Festival. Inc. Magazine calls Crocodile in the Yangtze "Gripping...emotional...the real-life version of The Social Network!" Business Insider calls the film "Thrilling...Entertaining...Incredible!"

Embargo (2010)

Embargo is a 2010 film that is an adaptation of a tale included in the 1978 Quasi Object by the Portuguese writer José Saramago.

In Their Hands (2011)

In Lille, Claire Gauthier is an ordinary married woman that works in an insurance company. When the single veterinary Laurent Kessler claims damage in his basement, Claire resolves the situation favorably for him. Meanwhile, a serial killer is terrorizing Lille, killing women with a scalpel. When Claire sees a scalpel in the pocket of Laurent's jacket, she fears him, but still loves him.

The Russian Soul (2014)

Russia is a highly developed, wired, and educated nation, but endures third-world levels of corruption and a repressive, autocratic government. Many Russians explain this paradox by citing the Russian soul, a unique national mindset, born out of their turbulent history that wants dictatorship. Is that possible, or are free speech and democracy universal values?

Playback (2010)

A detective investigates his daughter's murder and discovers the killer is close to home.

A Fábrica (2011)

Metruti is an individual who has lived his entire life living on the wrong side of the law. His recent activities have landed him in jail, and for what seemingly appears as not the first time, Metruti is spending his birthday in jail. Metruti's mother is preparing herself to come visit her son in jail for his special day, and she is about to do something that might land the both of them in deep trouble. Metruti is in need of using a phone for something that is not deemed legal, and his mother is going to attempt to smuggle it in for him.

L'immorale (1980)

The Immoral One, starring Jennifer Cosway and Matthew Sherman, is a suspenseful thriller that everyone from young adults to mature adults can enjoy. The story is based on a true story, but the film adds dramatic flair for narrative entertainment. In The Immoral One, Jeremy (Sherman) has just found out that his mother has a dark secret.

Johnny Winter: Live from Japan (2012)

Johnny Winter: Live From Japan is a must see for all lovers of rock and roll and the blues everywhere around the globe. This long awaited return to the stage of the man who Rolling Stone magazine called one of the top 100 best guitarists of all time kicks off before a sold out crowd in Zeppo, Japan. Watch and listen as he and his band perform all their greatest hits from the past like, "I'll drown in my tears," Mother in-law blues," "Hustled down in Texas," and their own rendition of Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode."

Satellite (2005)

New lovers (Karl Geary, Stephanie Szostak) quit their jobs and embark on an odyssey of adventure and petty crime.

Reveal The Path (2012)

People use bicycles to explore, dream and discover new things.

Bad Boy (1949)

Bad Boy is a 1949 film starring Audie Murphy in his first leading role. It was directed by Kurt Neumann.

Fangoria: Blood Drive II (2005)

Short film collection bringing together the winners of the Blood Drive film contest hosted by Fangoria.

Beats of the Heart: No. 17 Cotton Mill Shanghai Blues: Music of China (1983)

This thought-provoking documentary examines the ancient musical traditions of China and the near-elimination of them during the Cultural Revolution of the 1980s. Among the subjects observed: one of the less than 100 Chinese citizens who can still play the traditional zither-like instrument known as the ququin, and a wild wedding celebration in Islamic northwest China.

Dana Gould: I Know It's Wrong (2013)

Dana Gould, the comedian and writer best known for his work on the hit TV show "The Simpsons," left that comfortable job to pursue his first love: stand-up comedy. In his highly anticipated special "I Know It's Wrong," Gould takes on the absurdities of modern life through his pop-culture obsessed lens. There's no middle-ground when it comes to the blaring, unapologetic, and off-the-wall funny special. Dana Gould has arrived, and the stand-up world is all the richer for it, in this special taped at the Neptune Theater in Seattle, WA.

Third Sister Liu (1960)

Liu Sanjie, a legendary folk female singer in Zhuang minority in Guangxi Autonomous Region, falls into a river and is rescued by an old fisher. She sings song to praise the industrious people while condemns the vicious landlords. In the village she newly arrived at, the landlord tries to forbid her from singing, which is determined by a singing contest. The landlord invites three scholars to sing but they are put into shame by her cute and witty singing. Angrily, the landlord kidnapped her in his home. With the help of Ah Niu, a young man she loves and others, Liu Sanjie escapes and moves to other places to inspire people with folk songs.This movie contains many folk songs of Guangxi Zhuang minority, which is popular worldwide.

Atomic Samurai (1993)

Samurai Johnny Frankenstein is a 1993 martial art based action adventure movie that was directed by and stars Scott Shaw. This film revolves around the interaction of Sam Rockmore, (played by Shaw) who is a Private Investigator in Hollywood, California and Hal, played by Kenneth H. Kim, who is a half human, half cyborg on a mission to rid Los Angeles of crime. As is the case with many Scott Shaw films, this movie takes place in Hollywood, California. Another element, which is a trend in the films of Shaw, is that this film is shot in the run-down ghetto sections of the city. This inner-city urban backdrop is a trend in virtually all of his films and is apparently used a conscious metaphor of artist expression. This is the first feature film when Shaw introduced his reference to Blaxploitation cinema. This is a trend that has continued through virtually all of his later films. This film is considered a "Zen Film" in that it was created in the distinct style of filmmaking, formulated by Scott Shaw, known as Zen Filmmaking. In this style of filmmaking no scripts are used. ‘’Samurai Johnny Frankenstein’’ experienced a video and DVD release in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. This film was released theatrically in Japan and the Philippines under the title, ‘’Atomic Samurai.’’

Live from the Moon (2013)

Live From the Moon is a journey into the modern world of surfing pursuing the most remote and exotic locations. Body Glove's top athletes track and follow enormous ocean swells around the planet, scoring some of the most incredible surf of the year.

The Bermuda Triangle Solved? (2001)

What has made hundreds of ships and planes dissapear off the cost of Florida for the last century..is it a myth, or is there really a 'Bermuda Triangle'?

Fireman Sam: The Great Fire of Pontypandy (2009)

Fireman Sam: The Great Fire of Pontypandy is a 2009 animated film, based on the CGI series Fireman Sam.

Cavite (2005)

Cavite is a Filipino-American thriller film in English and Tagalog, written and directed by Filipino American filmmakers Neill Dela Llana and Ian Gamazon which also stars them as the film's leads.

Bull Runners of Pamplona (2011)

For 8 days in July, a herd of massive fighting bulls power down cobbled streets, along with a petrified mass of thrill seekers. The dark beasts roar and skid; men with red bandanas are scattered like skittles. It's scariest chase in the world.

Molly and Me (1945)

Molly and Me is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Lewis Seiler, starring Monty Woolley, Gracie Fields, Reginald Gardiner and Roddy McDowall and released by 20th Century Fox. The screenplay was based on the novel written by Frances Marion and adapted by Roger Burford. It was previously adapted in 1921 as The Great Adventure and again in 1933 as His Double Life.

Heart of the Bujinkan, Volume I (2006)

Shidoshi Chris Carbonaro, together with Crosswind Pictures, releases Volume I of his Bujinkan instructional movie series, entitled "Heart of the Bujinkan". This movie not only includes instruction on the core fundamentals of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu/Ninjutsu, the Sanshin no Kata and the Kihon Happo, but also includes an added bonus feature of live training at the Tanuki Dojo in Long Branch, NJ. When asked for the motivation behind the project series, Shidoshi Carbonaro answered, "My main goal was to produce a movie series that would be an effective supplement to any budoka's training, regardless of rank or time training in this martial art. Future volumes will include more in-depth training in both unarmed techniques and weapons, but no advanced techniques are effective without a strong foundation to build upon. I hope this first movie can help strengthen that foundation."

Ironhorse (2010)

Take a trip into the delirious world of IRONHORSE, a horror/musical unlike anything you've ever seen before. When a mad scientist creates a formula that brings in-animate objects to life, two artists use it to bring their most wild creations into the real world. Unfortunately there are dire consequences for these two as their creations turn into murderous beasts, destroying everyone in their path. Featuring amazing special effects, IRONHORSE is a visual feast for the eyes you won't soon forget. Starring adult superstar Brittany O'Neil, Carl Crew (Blood Diner, Dahmer:The Secret Life) and Eric Lutes (Caroline in the City, Bram Stoker's the Mummy).

Street Dogs of South Central (2013)

Street Dogs of South Central is an 85 minute documentary narrated by Queen Latifah. The film follows Elsie, a Black Labrador mix, and her struggle to raise her puppies on the streets of Los Angeles.

Spinners (2014)

Spinners is a documentary about sign spinners, a group of young athletes taking on an innovative form of guerilla marketing while establishing a globally competitive sport. This film follows the lives of five sign spinners as they compete in the 2010 AArrow Sign Spinning World Championship. The documentary becomes an expose about commitment, family and passion.

Video Nasty (2013)

Video Nasty is the latest film offering from upstart company Heroin Skateboards, it features the whole team and was filmed all over the world.

Theft (2007)

When a naïve small-town boy falls hopelessly in love with an unrepentant criminal, the shockwave created by their forbidden union threatens to rock a conservative American town to its very core.

Made In Europe (2007)

As US troops enter Afghanistan, three groups of Turkish people are gathering in three European cities (Madrid, Paris, Berlin). Each group is a microcosm of Turkish society in Europe, where these individuals are seeking - or living without - residence permission after years of living like a ghost from one country to next. Apart from their legal status, they are ordinary people facing universal conflicts that involve manhood and humiliation, insecurities and women, kinship and betrayal, superiority and self-pity...Together they constitute the schizophrenic nature of the immigrant world, reminding us that they are not problems living in Europe but living people.

Vamps, Blood & Smoking Guns (2012)

A private detective (Martha Harms) must save her client (Ian Sinclair) from a vampire cult that wants to drink his blood.

Sermons and Sacred Pictures (1989)

SERMONS AND SACRED PICTURES profiles Reverend L.O. Taylor, a Memphis-based Baptist minister who in the 1930s and 40s built a fiery reputation by lacing his sermons with parables, fables and dramatic visual descriptions. Taylor was also an inspired photographer and filmmaker with a keen interest in preserving a visual and aural record of the fabric of black American life. He photographed and filmed businesses and schools, the National Baptist Convention, baptisms, funerals, and individuals in the quiet dignity of their everyday lives. Over the years he compiled an extraordinary record of Southern black life before the Civil Rights movement. This film is an innovative combination of Taylor's films and audio recordings, images of contemporary Memphis, and commentary by his widow and others who knew him, forming an intertwined narrative about the pioneering documentarian and social activist. Taylor emerges as a man of humor, piety and intelligence, vibrantly involved in the community he loved.

Ruthie and Connie: Every Room in the House (2002)

Set deep in working class Jewish Brooklyn - this vérité documentary follows two very funny, if rather traditional housewives. First, like so many young women in the 1950's, they got married. Then, like so many young women in the 1970s, they got divorced. Unlike most, however, they both left their husbands for another woman: each other. They had fallen madly and passionately in love. For Connie, it was liberating. For Ruth, it was wrenching. And for the community that loved them so much, it was the scandal of the century. In a landmark case in 1988, they sued the New York City Board of Education for domestic partner benefits. Overnight, they became national heroines - and after a five-year struggle, they made history again when they won those benefits not only for themselves, but for all New York City employees, straight and gay. The suit, the first of its kind, helped pave the way for what has now become the LGBT community's crusade for full civil rights and marriage equality. Yet, RUTHIE & CONNIE is much more than a film about two activists and their gut wrenching coming-out story. It's about taking risks and challenging values; it's about two women who spent much of their lives doing "the right thing" - until they discovered that it just wasn't right for them. Framed by the feminist movement and gay liberation, RUTHIE & CONNIE dares the world to take a new look at traditional "apple-pie" values: family, community, religious beliefs, justice - and above all, love. Whether marching in the Gay Pride Parade, or dancing on the Coney Island boardwalk, they are clever, passionate, angry - and always entertaining. They talk. They argue. They swim. They cook. They dance. They laugh. They rage against injustice. They cry. They sing old tunes. They are unabashedly romantic. They also dearly want this film, as they put it, "to continue to help people think and act differently." Today, Ruthie and Connie are now legally married after decades of shar

Secrets of the Vatican (2006)

What mysteries and secrets has the Vatican been hiding for centuries? Shot deep inside the Holy City with hidden cameras, this documentary sets out to uncover the ancient conspiracies and riddles that the Vatican has keep closely guarded. It is rumored that there are in the secret archives centuries-old artifacts that, if exposed, could embarrass the standard-bearers of the faith. With interviews with Vatican researchers, including: Jordan Maxwell - Brad Steiger - Patricia Ress - Penny Melis - and Diane Tessman. Investigations include: Does the Vatican hide knowledge that the crucifixion did not happen? Is there a secret cabal of Satanists within the Vatican? What about the truth of the UFO sighting that occurred over the Vatican the morning of the funeral of Pope John Paul. Do all true exorcisms end in the death of the possessed? These questions and many more are posed in this incredible investigation into one of the world's most sacred, and secret religions.

Aftershock (2010)

Aftershock is a 2010 Chinese disaster-drama film directed by Feng Xiaogang and produced by Huayi Brothers, starring Zhang Zifeng, Xu Fan, Zhang Jingchu, Chen Daoming, Lu Yi, Zhang Guoqiang and Li Chen. The film depicts the aftermath of the 1976 Tangshan earthquake. It was released in China on 22 July 2010, and is the first "big commercial film" IMAX film created outside the United States. The film was a major box office success, and has grossed more than US$100 million at the Chinese box office.

Eulogy For A Vampire (2009)

A young drifter converts monks into the undead.

Hue: A Matter of Colour (2013)

A personal, heartfelt investigation into the history and often-tragic effects of colourism-the phenomenon whereby people within the same ethnic group discriminate against each other based on differences in skin tone.

Hero of the Day (2012)

llen, a documentary filmmaker, scores the story of his life when Mark Chambers, a former pro football star with a lot of financial baggage, agrees to be the subject of a movie; he unwittingly becomes an accomplice to Mark's efforts to turn his life around. As the film crew records Mark's daily activities--from selling his championship ring and confronting drivers of suspiciously parked vehicles to riding a roller coaster and gambling at an underground fight club--Allen discovers a whole new dimension to his childhood hero. However, when Mark's impulsive decisions begin to affect everyone's safety, Allen must figure a way to prevent his new friend from traveling down a dark path.

Neil Young: Under Review - 1976-2006 (2007)

This is a documentary film reviewing the music and career of one of the finest songwriters and most significant artists of the rock age, during the second half of his career. Features include: musical performances, obscure footage, rare interviews, and seldom seen photographs. Live and studio recordings of Neil Young classics. Review, comment, criticism, and insight from the following: John Einarson, Robert Christgau, Barney Hoskins, Nigel Williamson, Dave Zimmer, and Clinton Heylin.

Amigos (1985)

Super amigos is a documentary from 2007 that talks about five activists who do anything in order to end several issues that Mexico city faces. Such as corruption, homophobia, animal rights, air pollution, and homelessness giving an insight on the problems and their plans to make Mexico a better place to live.