Frank Sinatra: Portrait of an Album (1985)

Lion Jagapathy Rao (1991)

Humbug (2016)

I Want to beat up Clark Peters (2015)

Woman of the Year (1973)

Little Mother is a 1973 drama film directed by Radley Metzger and starring Christiane Krüger, Siegfried Rauch and Ivan Desny. The story was loosely modelled on that of Evita Peron in Argentina. It was a co-production between West Germany, Yugoslavia and the United States.

Lovers Beyond Time (1990)

Sylvia and Angelos have an intense relationship. Too intense for Sylvia, who breaks it off. Three years later, with Angelos dead, Sylvia lives with a doctor and works for a record company. Her new life is suddenly invaded by a succession of bizarre events: strange deaths occur around her and she experiences a series of involuntary orgasms, as though a man she can feel but not see is making love to her - in the street, at work, in her car. All of this seems connected in some way with a mysterious musician she is trying to track down, a man who constantly evades her; until one night her phone rings....

Desk Job (2015)

Threshold: The Blue Angels Experience (1975)

Threshold: The Blue Angels Experience is a 1975 American film. It features Leslie Nielsen as the narrator. This movie is about the true-life adventures of the six men, members of the United States Navy aerobatic team Blue Angels, who show almost super-human qualities in maneuvering aircraft in the air. The Blue Angels are world-famous for flying the F-4 Phantom, and while doing so performing breathtaking maneuvers. The film is about what these men go through every day - the real drama, hardship, and effort these people must endure.

Weekend of Fear (1966)

Speechless: The Polar Realm (2015)

Charlie Brown Clears the Air (1979)

A Bear, a Boy and a Dog (1921)

The Queen of the Night (1994)

The Queen of the Night (Spanish: La reina de la noche) is a 1994 Mexican drama film directed by Arturo Ripstein. It was entered into the 1994 Cannes Film Festival.

Into Iceland's Volcano (2011)

The Way of All Men (1930)

The Way of All Men is a 1930 American Pre-Code drama film produced and released by First National Pictures, a subsidiary of Warner Bros., and directed by Frank Lloyd. The movie stars Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Dorothy Revier and Noah Beery. The film was based on the story entitled "The Sin Flood", by Henning Berger. In 1931 the studio remade the film in German as The Mask Falls.

Cenerentola - Una favola in diretta (2013)

Austerity Measures (2012)

Greetings from Africa (1996)

Eggnapper (1961)

Secret Service in Darkest Africa (1943)

Secret Service in Darkest Africa is a 1943 Republic movie serial. It was Republic's thirtieth serial, of the sixty-six produced by the studio. It was a sequel to G-Men vs the Black Dragon released earlier in 1943, again starring Rod Cameron as American secret agent Rex Bennett. This time Bennet faces the Nazis rather than the Japanese. As with the earlier installment, Bennet is supported by characters from some of the allied nations in World War II. The serial is also known by the titles Manhunt in the African Jungles, changed when it was re-released in 1954, and The Baron's African War, when it was edited into a 100-minute film for television in 1966.

Return to Oz: The Joy That Got Away (2007)

Transformers: The Return of Optimus Prime (1987)

The Kibitzer (1930)

The Kibitzer is a 1930 American comedy film directed by Edward Sloman and written by Marion Dix, Sam Mintz, Edward G. Robinson, Viola Brothers Shore and Jo Swerling. The film stars Harry Green, Mary Brian, Neil Hamilton, Albert Gran, David Newell, Guy Oliver and Tenen Holtz. The film was released on January 11, 1930, by Paramount Pictures.

Chopping Onions (2015)

Women Prison: The Lynching (1978)

Benjamin Latrobe: America's First Architect (2009)

Goof On The Roof (1953)

Goof on the Roof is the 152nd short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1953 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Beat the Air (2006)

Brutal Ardor (1986)

Lambada Genclik Firtinasi (1989)

The Monster of Camp Sunshine or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Nature (1964)

Muppet Video: The Kermit and Piggy Story (1985)

C-Bar (2015)

El Tonto (2012)

Orgasm Torture in Satan's Rape Clinic (2004)

Incontro d'amore (1970)

Bali is a 1970 Italian romance film directed by Ugo Liberatore and Paolo Heusch.

Jessica's Room (2012)

Tied & Tickled (1985)

Britney Spears: 'Star Baby' Scrapbook (1999)

Pumpkinhead Unearthed (2008)

Little 'Tinker (1948)

Little 'Tinker is a 1948 MGM cartoon directed by Tex Avery. It was produced by Fred Quimby and composed by Scott Bradley.

Industrial Soundscape (2008)

Introducing Parker Dowd (2015)

The Fun Park (2007)

Placido Domingo with Mstislav Rostropovich (2004)

Burg Theatre (1936)

Burgtheater is a 1936 Austrian drama film directed by Willi Forst. Most of the film was shot in the Burgtheater in Vienna.

Arabic Numeral Series 16 (1982)

Molon Labe (2013)

Resurrectus Est (2002)

Lazybones (1941)

Coffee Please (2013)

Kristin Chenoweth: Coming Home (2014)

Haunted Hay Ride: The Movie (2008)

Desecration/Resurrection (2010)

Star Wars Uncut: Director's Cut (2012)

Gems On The Run (2013)

As children in the late ’90s, three friends Rith, Sovan and Dara promised one another that they’d grow old together, working at a restaurant on the beach. But circumstances have separated them, and 15 years later, Dara’s death brings Rith (played by Cheky Athiporn), now a police officer, and Sovan (Vandy Piseth), a gangster, together again. They are travelling through southern Cambodia, and Sovan is carrying $3 million worth of diamonds – without Rith’s knowledge.

Piratas en el Callao (2005)

Pirates in Callao (Spanish: Piratas en el Callao) is a 2005 Peruvian CGI science fantasy animated film directed by Eduardo Schuldt based on the children's book of the same name written by Hernán Garrido Lecca. It tells the story of Alberto, a Peruvian kid who gets lost during a school trip to the Real Felipe Fortress in the seaport of Callao. The nine-year-old Alberto falls through a hole and travels back in time to the 17th century when the port is about to be attacked by a group of Dutch pirates led by Jacques L'Hermite. There he meets children who have also travel back in time and together they fight and defeat L'Hermite. The film is notable for being one of the first computer-animated film made in Latin America.

Star Wars: The Force and the Fury (2017)

Halo: Landfall (2007)

Let's Visit the World of the Future (1973)

The Mad Magazine TV Special (1974)

Tom Thumb in King Arthur's Court (1963)

The Vampire Attack (2010)

Rotating Cubic Grid (1975)

My Best Friend's Wedding/My Best Friend's Sweating (2011)

Extra: In the Background of a Dream (2001)

Jean-Paul Luc Sébastien René (2010)

Lone Survivor: Will of the Warrior (2013)

The Ventriloquist (2012)

Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground (2007)

Splendor and Wisdom (2008)

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Joel D. Wynkoop's Lost Faith (1992)

Sherwood's Travels (1994)

Vikings from the British Museum (2014)

The Painting of Horror (1994)

La maldición del guapo (2020)

Defend, Conserve, Protect (2019)

The Sequel (2020)

THE SEQUEL shines a light on the work and legacy of an amazing man, David Fleming, a historian, economist, and ecologist with a deep understanding of how we got here and a compelling vision of how we can recover what we have lost as the market economy has worked its way into every aspect of our lives.

An Ideal Place to Kill (1971)

Two free-spirited teenagers, Dick and Ingrid (played by Ray Lovelock and Ornella Muti), set out to spend the summer together in Italy. To pay their way they sell Scandinavian porn mags and pictures of Ingrid posing nude. But then they get busted by the cops and are given 24 hours to get out of the country. Instead of leaving they take to the road, where they come up against a thieving biker gang and they are mistaken for a pair of bank robbers. Heading south in a hurry, they run out of gas in the middle of nowhere and take refuge in the house of Barbara Slater (Irene Papas), a seemingly bored, middle-aged housewife who appears to be up for some sexual shenanigans. The naive pair party with Barbara but soon discover she is hiding a terrible and deadly secret.

Film School Africa (2017)

What would make someone who has a quickly growing career in the film industry give up everything to go live in Africa? That was the question that inspired director Nathan Pfaff to create Film School Africa. A Hollywood casting director leaves her lucrative career behind in order to teach filmmaking to youth in an impoverished community in South Africa. In an environment resistant towards art and film, the students learn the true power and impact of storytelling. Katie Taylor leaves a quickly growing career in the film industry in LA in order to teach film to youth in an impoverished township in South Africa. Thinking it will mainly help give the students skills and knowledge towards employment, she quickly realizes the students use their films as a means of self-expression and as art-therapy. Follow the students of FSA as they experience the joy and hardships of filming in the most unlikely of places. Learn the power of story and how film can transcend culture and color.

Marighella (2019)

A searing and energized portrait of one of Brazil’s most divisive historical figures, Afro-Brazilian poet and politician, the legendary Carlos Marighella - played by famous Actor/Musician Seu Jorge (City of God). Driven to fight against the erosion of civil and human rights following the CIA-backed military coup of 1964 and the brutal, racist right-wing dictatorship that followed, the revolutionary leaves behind his wife and son to take up arms, becoming a notorious enemy to the power structure. Relentlessly pursued as the government's number one enemy, Marighella cleverly evades capture, all the while continuing to inflict damage and further enraging his sadistic pursuers.

Genomorph (2019)

A small Midwestern town is turned upside down as its local sheriff finds himself hunting for a missing young man. The young mans wife is at the mercy of her community and its law enforcement to help her find him and in the process it seems the body count is rising throughout the hunt. The young man finds himself in a state of amnesia and can't recall who he is and how he got where he is. As he tries to discover his own identity he discovers strange things are happening to him and he can not control an evil that seems to be growing ever so rapidly inside him. As the horror that has hit this quiet little community has grown into something that even the sheriff and his people can't seem to stop - the terror seems to be leaving nothing but death in its wake.

Rama Chakkani Seetha (2019)

Todo Carnaval Tem Seu Fim (2020)

Followed (2020)

When aspiring social media influencer “DropTheMike” is offered a lucrative sponsorship to grow his channel, he's joined by his video crew on a visit to one of the most haunted hotels in America, where he'll give his audience a horrific night of thrill-seeking the likes of which they have never seen before. What begins as a fun investigative challenge including the infamous Elevator Ritual quickly descends into a personal hell of true evil, begging the timely question: how far would you go to pursue internet fame?

Crawlers (2020)

On Saint Patrick's day—a night of wild parties and drunken revelry—three unlikely friends band together to save a college town from a vicious horde of body-switching aliens.

Waldo on Weed (2019)

La Restauración (2020)

Alonso Llosa’s first feature is a tragicomic take on class struggle and life in Lima, Peru, during the latest real estate boom. It's Latin American premiere is following its world premiere in Santa Barbara. 50 year old Tato, a charming but penniless college dropout, just moved back home. In a moment of misguided brilliance, he decides to sell his bedridden mother’s house behind her back. Now he must build a replica of his mother’s bedroom in order to create the illusion that she is still living in her old home. It’s a quirky, dark, and dare I say, corny comedy that is refreshing and reassuring at the same time.

Ode to Passion (2020)

Ambitious rock musical on film with Broadway cast featuring Giuseppe Bausilio (known from Billy Elliot and Hamilton) and Julia Nightingale, playing the Queens World Film Festival March 22. Jack Danini’s feature debut is a love story to New York and its passionate youth, their struggles to find love and success in a turbulent but magical city. A “Jack” of all trades, ODE TO PASSION is his proof of concept that musicals can be well shot and produced independently, even at the micro-budget level.

Little Gloria... Happy at Last (1982)

Little Gloria... Happy at Last was a 1982 television miniseries directed by Waris Hussein.

Altered Carbon: Resleeved (2020)

On the planet Latimer, Takeshi Kovacs must protect a tattooist while investigating the death of a yakuza boss alongside a no-nonsense CTAC.

White Riot (2020)

If It Were Love (2020)

If It Were Love (French: Si c'était de l'amour) is a French documentary film, directed by Patric Chiha and released in 2020. The film profiles the professional and personal lives of the dancers in Crowd, a touring piece by choreographer Gisèle Vienne about the rave scene of the 1990s.The film had its theatrical premiere in February 2020 in the Panorama Dokumente stream at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the award for Best Documentary from the Teddy Award program for LGBTQ-themed films.The film had its public theatrical premiere in France in March 2020.

Mystery 101: An Education in Murder (2020)

Indoo Ki Jawani (2020)

Dear Guest (2020)

A couple checks into a vacation rental, only to find that the anonymous host likes to play games on its guests.

Operasjon Mumie (2019)

Risen: The Story of Chron 'Hell Razah' Smith (2020)

Discovered by Wu-Tang Clan's RZA, Hell Razah had a promising career and gold records before he was tragically struck down with a brain aneurism. Risen traces his journey to recovery - both spiritually and physically - back to the mic.

Smighties Spooky Stories (2019)

Sole (2019)