Homeless For The Holidays (2009)
Homeless for the Holidays is a 2009 Christian-Christmas film by Breathe Motion Pictures. The film was directed by George A. Johnson, who previously directed Dreamer: The Movie. Shooting began on April 18, 2009 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It is currently in limited release theatrically, including a special screening sponsored by The Dove Foundation at Celebration! Cinema in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Diary of a Butterfly (2012)
Diary of a Butterfly is a 2012 film directed by Vinod Mukhi and written by Asad Ajmeri. Vinod Mukhi has earlier directed films like ‘Cabaret’ and ‘www.Love.com’.
After Death (1989)
After Death is an Italian zombie film. The film is set on a remote island where a voodoo curse that raises the dead from their graves to feast on the flesh of the living. When a boat containing a group of explorers which includes a young girl who experienced the zombie uprising years earlier, makes an emergency docking on the island, the crew find that their only hope for survival is a protective idol given to the young girl by her mother years ago.
Fugitive Of The Plains (1943)
Fugitive of the Plains is a 1943 American film directed by Sam Newfield.
The film is also known as Raiders of Red Rock (America reissue title).
Life in Flight (2010)
Life in Flight is a 2008 romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Tracey Hecht. Patrick Wilson stars as Will Sargent, an architect who begins to question the perfect life he has constructed for himself and his family when he meets urban designer Kate Voss (Lynn Collins). Amy Smart co-stars. It premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 27, 2008, and was later released in the United States on November 30, 2010 by IFC Films.
Danger Patrol (1937)
Danger Patrol is a 1937 American drama film directed by Lew Landers from a screenplay by Sy Bartlett based on a story by Helen Vreeland and Hilda Vincent. Produced and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, it was released on December 3, 1937 and stars Sally Eilers, John Beal, and Harry Carey.
Sherlock Holmes (1922)
Sherlock Holmes is a 1922 American silent mystery drama film starring John Barrymore as Sherlock Holmes and Roland Young as Dr. John Watson.
Stopped on Track (2011)
Stopped on Track (German: Halt auf Freier Strecke) is a 2011 German drama film directed by Andreas Dresen. It premiered in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. The film won the Prize Un Certain Regard, the top award for best film in the section. The win was shared with the South Korean film Arirang, directed by Kim Ki-duk.
Totally Innocents (2012)
Totalmente Inocentes is a 2012 Brazilian comedy film directed and written by Rodrigo Bittencourt. The film is a parody of the "favela movies", a genre whose exponents films are City of God and Elite Squad.The film stars Fábio Porchat, Fabio Assunção, Mariana Rios, Kiko Mascarenhas, Fábio Lago, Leandro Firmino and Álamo Facó, in addition to the special guests Ingrid Guimarães, Felipe Neto, Vivianne Pasmanter and Di Ferrero, lead singer of the band NX Zero.The film received generally negative reviews from critics, and grossed a total of $2,659,775 in Brazil.
Portrait of the Fighter as a Young Man (2010)
Portrait of the Fighter as a Young Man (Romanian: Portretul luptătorului la tinereţe) is a 2010 Romanian drama film directed by Constantin Popescu Jr. It was released at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival.
Libera Me (2000)
Libera Me is a 2000 South Korean action blockbuster film about a mentally-unbalanced arsonist and the firefighters who struggle to stop him.
Rolling Down the Great Divide (1942)
Rolling Down the Great Divide is a 1942 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Milton Raison. The film stars Bill Boyd, Art Davis, Lee Powell, Wanda McKay, Glenn Strange and Karl Hackett. The film was released on April 24, 1942, by Producers Releasing Corporation.
John Meade's Woman (1937)
John Meade's Woman is a 1937 American drama film directed by Richard Wallace and written by John Bright, Vincent Lawrence, Herman J. Mankiewicz and Robert Tasker. The film stars Edward Arnold, Francine Larrimore, Gail Patrick, George Bancroft, John Trent and Sidney Blackmer. The film was released on February 26, 1937, by Paramount Pictures.
Coney Island at Night (1905)
From Luna Park to Dreamland.
Stronghold is a 1951 American-Mexican historical film directed by Steve Sekely and starring Veronica Lake, Zachary Scott and Arturo de Córdova. A separate Spanish version Red Fury was also made.
The Unchastened Woman (1925)
The Unchastened Woman is a 1925 American silent drama film starring vamp Theda Bara, directed by James Young, the former husband of Clara Kimball Young, and released by start-up studio Chadwick Pictures Corporation. The film is based on a 1915 Broadway play, The Unchastened Woman, which starred Emily Stevens.
This was Bara's "comeback" film and is one of her few surviving films. The play was also filmed in 1918 with Grace Valentine.
Words Of Witness (2012)
Words of Witness is a 2012 feature-length documentary film produced and directed by Mai Iskander. follows 22-year-old journalist Heba Afify as she navigates Egypt's revolution and the rigid boundaries of her concerned mother to examine the struggles, hopes and fears of a people on the brink of democracy.
Sweet Revenge (1984)
An Army major's (Alec Baldwin) wife (Kelly McGillis) spots a colonel (Kevin Dobson) as the killer who framed her brother for murder 14 years before.
Garota Dourada (1984)
A surfer falls in love with a beach girl in paradise.
The Extraordinary Adventures of Mr. West in the Land of the Bolsheviks (1924)
The Extraordinary Adventures of Mr. West in the Land of the Bolsheviks (Russian: Необычайные приключения мистера Веста в стране Большевиков, translit. Neobychainye priklyucheniya mistera Vesta v strane bolshevikov) is a 1924 comedy film by Soviet director Lev Kuleshov. It is notable as the first Soviet film that explicitly challenges American stereotypes about Soviet Russia.
The Monster of Nix (2011)
A lone boy (Joe Eshuis) must defend his village from an all-devouring monster.
Dead of Knight (2010)
Marla's friends are being brutally murdered by a cursed medieval knight.
Bharya Athra Pora (2013)
Bharya Athra Pora is a 2013 Malayalam family film directed by Akku Akbar, starring Jayaram and Gopika in the lead roles. The cast and crew of 2008 film Veruthe Oru Bharya came together to make the film, although it is not a sequel to the first film.The film was a commercial success.
Aspiring Psychopath (2008)
A woman studies the methods of serial killers to become one herself.
Collapse, directed by Chris Smith, is an American documentary film exploring the theories, writings and life story of controversial author Michael Ruppert. Collapse premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2009 to positive reviews.
Chain of Evidence (1957)
Chain of Evidence is a 1957 American film noir crime film directed by Paul Landres and starring Bill Elliott, Jimmy Lydon and Don Haggerty. It was the fourth in a series of five films featuring Elliott as a detective in the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office made by Allied Artists.
Julie and Mette sneak away to search for their missing friend.
Blue Blood (1951)
An elderly trainer joins up with the daughter of a wealthy horse breeder to revitalize his racetrack career.
Kwik Stop (2001)
An aspiring actor (Michael Gilio) questions his planned move to California after he meets a beautiful woman (Lara Phillips) at a convenience store.
Mafrouza - Oh la nuit! (2007)
Archaeologists visit Mafrouza, a shantytown built inside the ancient necropolis of Alexandria.
America 101 (2005)
Two Mexican brothers cross the border into the United States to find the American dream.
The First Born (1928)
The First Born is a 1928 British silent drama film directed by Miles Mander and starring Mander, Madeleine Carroll and John Loder. It was made by Gainsborough Pictures at Elstree Studios. The film's sets were designed by the art director Wilfred Arnold.
The Buddha Assassinator (1980)
A man saves the life of a lord, then becomes his bodyguard.
Frontier Investigator (1949)
Frontier Investigator is a 1949 American Western film directed by Fred C. Brannon and written by Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Roy Barcroft, Gail Davis, Robert Emmett Keane and Clayton Moore. The film was released on May 2, 1949, by Republic Pictures.
Together Forever (1975)
The Cursed Medallion (Italian: Il medaglione insanguinato) is a 1975 Italian horror film directed by Massimo Dallamano.
Two-Legged Rat Bastards (2011)
An old curmudgeon tries to reconnect with his son by telling him the story of how he lost his leg in a poker game when he was a younger man.
I Want to Be a Soldier (2010)
I Want to Be a Soldier is a drama film released in Spain and at the Rome Film Festival in 2010. It is the fourth feature film of director Christian Molina.
An actress (Alexandra Barreto) lands the role of a lifetime but takes to extremes her preparation for the part.
Israel vs Israel (2010)
Israel vs Israel is a 2010 documentary on the Israeli–Palestinian conflict by Swedish freelance journalist and filmmaker Terje Carlsson about Israeli peace activists.
The film portrays four Israelis struggling against the military occupation of the Palestinian territories: Jonathan Pollak from Anarchists Against the Wall, Yehuda Shaul from Breaking the Silence, Ronny Perlmann from Machsom Watch and Arik Ascherman from Rabbis for Human Rights.
The film won the Best International Documentary award at the 2011 Turkish Radio and Television Corporation documentary film festival as well an award from the Doha Centre for Media Freedom at the 2011 Al Jazeera Film Festival, and has been screened at festivals in Stockholm, Montreal, Tromsø, and Trondheim.
The Pastry Girl (2002)
An Iranian tries to prevent his son's (Iraj Tahmasb) marriage to a middle-aged woman (Fatemah Motamed-Aria).
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair (2019)
Two youngsters enlist the aid of fairy-tale beings when they journey to a magical kingdom to rescue an imprisoned prince.
Ballroom Dancer (2011)
Slavik, a former world-champion dancer, makes a last bid for a comeback with his new young dance partner, Anna. Slavik is addicted to the attention dancing brings, but his aging body and short temper put his relationship with Anna at risk.
Takin' It All Off (1987)
Students at the financially strapped Academy of Erotic Dance put on a show to raise some much-needed cash.
Twice a Woman (2010)
Catherine takes her son and leaves her violent husband to start a new life under a fresh identity.
The Mystery Squadron (1933)
The Mystery Squadron (1933) is an American Pre-Code 12-episode Mascot movie serial, and is one of the earlier serials to feature extensive aviation sequences.
Kansas Territory (1952)
A man returns to Kansas with intentions of avenging his brother's death, only to learn the man was a murderous outlaw.
Ice From The Sun (1999)
Ice from the Sun is a 1999 independently produced horror film directed by Eric Stanze, and is St. Louis-based production company Wicked Pixel Cinema's second feature film.
Vamping is a 1984 film about a down-on-his-luck saxophonist who agrees to help rob the home of a rich widow, then unexpectedly falls for the woman. Shots of the movie were filmed in Buffalo, New York including inside the old Buffalo Central Terminal.
Dom v sugrobakh (1928)
The House in the Snow-Drifts is a 1928 Soviet drama film directed by Fridrikh Ermler. The story is set in Petrograd in 1919 and follows an unemployed musician who tries to help his sick wife.
Mama Rainbow (2012)
A generation of Chinese parents step up and speak out on their love for their gay kids. Six mothers talk openly about their experiences with their gay and lesbian children.
The Antichrist (1974)
The Antichrist (Italian: ''L'anticristo; also known as The Tempter'') is a 1974 Italian horror film directed by Alberto De Martino.
Terror Is a Man (1959)
Terror Is a Man (also known as Blood Creature, Creature from Blood Island, The Gory Creatures, Island of Terror and Gore Creature) is a 1959 Filipino/American horror film directed by Gerardo de Leon. It is the first of a series of horror films produced by Eddie Romero known as the "Blood Island" series for their similar titles and use of locations. The film focuses on a shipwreck survivor washed ashore on a small island where a scientist is experimenting on a panther in an effort to make it human.
Outpost in Morocco (1949)
Outpost in Morocco is a 1949 action adventure film directed by Robert Florey, starring George Raft and Marie Windsor. Paul Gerard (George Raft), a Moroccan Spahi officer and his French Foreign Legion garrison, holds off attacks from the native tribes of the Emir of Bel-Rashad (Eduard Franz), the father of Cara (Marie Windsor), the woman he loves. As a rarity amongst American films of the Foreign Legion genre, the Legion cooperated with the producers. A second unit led by Robert Rossen filmed scenes in Morocco. Some of the large scale action scenes of the film were reused in Fort Algiers and Legion of the Doomed.
The Unidentified (2008)
The Unidentified is a 2008 drama film by writer-director Kevan Tucker in his directorial debut for Floodgate Features. It won "Best New Director" at the 2008 Brooklyn International Film Festival and "Best First Feature" at the 2008 FirstGlance Film Festival in Philadelphia. It also screened at the Asheville Film Festival and Methodfest Film Festival in 2008, and is available on DVD through Vanguard Cinema. It is considered part of the mumblecore movement.
The film was shot on the Panasonic AG-DVX100A with a Redrock M2 attachment.
Tilva Rosh (2011)
Tilva Roš is a 2010 Serbian coming of age drama following a group of skaters from Bor, a small mining town in eastern part of Serbia, during their first summer after finishing high school.
Everything in Place (2002)
Addicted to drugs, a man (Daniel Guzmn) tries to mend his relationships with his wife, child and widowed father (Santiago Ramos).
Solstorm (en: Sunstorm) is a Swedish thriller/drama film released in 2007. It was filmed in Kiruna and was released in cinema on November 2, 2007. The film is based on the novel Sun Storm written by author Åsa Larsson.
The Man Who Copied (2003)
The Man Who Copied (Portuguese: O Homem que Copiava ([u ˈõmẽ ki koˈpjavɐ]) is a 2003 Brazilian comedy film by Jorge Furtado, set in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. The Man Who Copied, though a comedy, is a comedy driven by crime, taking the form of a "how-to" guide for social mobility. Despite the crime involved in the film, it still has the feel of a lighthearted romantic comedy (which is a relatively new genre in Brazilian film and television, introduced in the 1990s by the American and British film and television industries). The film won eleven awards, including Best Picture from the São Paulo Association of Art Critics Award in 2004. The 2003 release date helped the film gain momentum, as for from the 1990s to the early 2000s, Brazilian films began getting more competitive in both the national and international market (especially with the release of City of God (2002 film)).
We're the Weakerthans, We're from Winnipeg (2010)
Filmmaker Caelum Vatnsdal follows the Canadian rock group the Weakerthans.
Isn't Life Terrible? (1925)
Isn't Life Terrible? is a 1925 American film starring Charley Chase and featuring Oliver Hardy and Fay Wray. It is the debut of director Leo McCarey. This short is a parody on D. W. Griffith's 1924 drama Isn't Life Wonderful (1924).
Rolling Home with a Bull (2010)
A farmer's son steals his father's prized bull and drives the animal around the countryside in search of a buyer.
Monday Night Gig (2005)
A band with no fans, no fame, and no future keeps playing.
180° moires (2010)
An act of violence brings together a diverse group of people.
Fragments of Kubelka (2012)
The life and work of filmmaker and theoretician Peter Kubelka.
My Sweet Suicide (1999)
Kevin hates his life and turns to Molly to help plan the ultimate suicide.
Yaraan Naal Baharaan 2 (2012)
People fight for love.
Madre amadísima (2009)
A homosexual man grows up in an era where only his mother understands him.
Kill the Habit (2011)
Galia accidentally kills her drug dealer and calls her friend to help dispose of the body. While trying to figure out what to do they have constant interruption by addicts looking for a fix.
Berdella is a 2009 horror film written and directed by William Taft, and co-directed by Paul South. It is based on the crimes of Missouri serial killer Robert Berdella.
Phobia 2 (2009)
Phobia 2 is a 2009 Thai horror film consisting of five short stories directed by Songyos Sugmakanan, Banjong Pisanthanakun, Parkpoom Wongpoom, Visute Poolvoralaks and Paween Purijitpanya.
Summer Lover (2008)
On honeymoon on the island of Lesbos, a woman (Avalon Barrie) falls for the daughter (Lyudmila Shiryaeva) of a Russian archaeologist.
Life's a Drag (When You're a Man in a Dress) (2009)
Electra, real name Harry Jones, is about to lose his club, so he stages a talent contest to raise money to save it. On the first night of the contest a 12-year-old girl comes in looking for her father, Harry.
Sweet Thing (1999)
A troubled artist (Jeremy Fox), his abusive stepfather and a seductress (Amalia Stifter) are caught in a web of deceit.
Nankyoku ryôrinin (2009)
A cook provides hearty meals for men at an Antarctic research station.
The Challenge of Rin Tin Tin (1958)
The 101st Cavalry discover the survivors of an Apache raid on a wagon train: a young boy, Rusty, and his dog...
Tom Brown of Culver (1932)
Tom Brown of Culver is a 1932 American pre-Code film.
Melissa Etheridge: Live... and Alone (2002)
The singer performs in concert at Hollywood's Kodak Theatre in December 2001.
Too Busy to Work (1932)
Too Busy to Work is a 1932 American drama film directed by John G. Blystone and written by Barry Conners and Philip Klein. The film stars Will Rogers, Marian Nixon, Dick Powell, Frederick Burton, Charles Middleton and Louise Beavers. The film was released on December 2, 1932, by Fox Film Corporation.
Joy Road (2011)
A lawyer (Wood Harris) gets drawn into his sister's legal troubles and finds himself a pawn in a conspiracy.
Reconciliation: Mandela's Miracle (2011)
Events led up to strategy that shepherded in a peaceful transition from apartheid to a democracy.
Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial (2010)
Ultraman Zero THE MOVIE Super Decisive Battle! Belial Galactic Empire is a 2010 Japanese superhero film in the Ultra Series to celebrate the franchise's 45th anniversary. It serves as a sequel to Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legend The Movie. The catchphrases for the movie are "Kaiser Belial descent. Zero, fight with light!" and "This is our light!".
Restoration is a 2011 Israeli film directed by Yossi (Joseph) Madmoni. The Hebrew title is בוקר טוב אדון פידלמן.
The Water Diary (2006)
A child shares a story about living through a drought.
The Devil's Sleep (1949)
The Devil's Sleep is a 1949 exploitation film directed by W. Merle Connell and produced by George Weiss. Connell had previously directed a number of American burlesque films. The film looks at juvenile delinquency, phony women's health gyms and pushing narcotics to teenagers. Using many of the same cast and crew as Test Tube Babies, the film is the first of Timothy Farrell's "Umberto Scali" trilogy.
J.C. Chavez (2007)
Diego Luna traces the career of Mexican boxer Julio Cesar Chavez.
Jordon Saffron: Taste This! (2009)
Chef Jordon Saffron (Sergio Myers) lets his ego ruin his status and taste buds, forcing him to return to Chicago to work for his father's pizza shop. After he reunites with an old love, Audrey (Anna Hagopian), Jordon works to regain his taste and challenges his old rivalC7]to a cook-off.
Narcos y perros 2 (2003)
A convicted felon escapes from prison and sets out to avenge the death of his best friend.
Black Eagle of Santa Fe (1965)
The Black Eagle of Santa Fe or Die Schwarzen Adler von Santa Fe is a 1965 West German and Italian international co-production western film directed by Alberto Cardone and Ernst Hofbauer.
Scandal Sheet (1952)
Scandal Sheet is a 1952 black-and-white film noir directed by Phil Karlson. The film is based on the novel The Dark Page by Samuel Fuller, who himself was a newspaper reporter before his career in film. The drama features Broderick Crawford, Donna Reed and John Derek.
A celebration of U.S. figure skating also commemorates the athletes who perished in a 1961 plane crash.
The White Shadow (1924)
The White Shadow (1923), also known as White Shadows in the US, is a British drama film directed by Graham Cutts and starring Betty Compson, Clive Brook, and Henry Victor.
Via Pony Express (1933)
A pony express rider interrupts his mail delivery to prevent outlaws from stealing a young woman's land.
Angel in Love (2005)
With the help of other celestial beings and angel falls in love with a therapist.
American Commune (2013)
Sisters Nadine Mundo and Rena Mundo Croshere return to the Farm, the legendary commune where they were raised, to explore why it was founded, how it worked, and why it fell apart.
Tropical Rainforest (1992)
Observe the incredible diversity of species of the rain forests in Australia, Costa Rica, French Guiana, and Malaysia, from gaudy frogs and magnificent birds to exotic plants and flowers.
An obsessed fan stalks and kills the friends of a girl (Brooke Marks) who appears on a webcam.
Sugar Sweet (2002)
A struggling filmmaker (Saori Kitagawa) makes a lesbian porn movie while also shooting an assignment for television.
Little Red (2000)
A teen (Brandon Price) tries to save his childhood sweetheart from drugs.
Boardinghouse (also known as Boarding House and Housegeist) is a 1982 American supernatural horror film written, directed and starring John Wintergate.
The Skin Game (1931)
An old traditional family and a modern family battle over land in a small English village and almost destroy each other.