Is the Crown at War with Us? (2002)
Since the 16th century, the Mi'kmaq people of New Brunswick in Canada have managed to live alongside French settlers and their descendants. In 1999, the Canadian Supreme Court rules that a past treaty gives the Mi'kmaq perpetual hunting and fishing rights, regardless of hunting season laws. As the government pushes for new conservation standards, the embattled Mi'kmaq are confronted with violent assaults and vandalization as they struggle to maintain their way of life.
Love in Between (2010)
Love, In Between is a 2010 South Korean film based on the Finnish film Black Ice (2007)..
Beats of Freedom (2009)
Poland's history of rock music and independence.
Hicks on Sticks (2012)
Four skateboarders and two bands put on eight shows in 11 days on a tour in western Canada.
The Prize Fighter (2003)
Boxer Ed Jones gets a second chance at fulfilling his lifelong dream of becoming a champion with the help of a veteran promoter and the guidance of a former champ.
Murder Syndrome (1981)
Murder Obsession (Italian: Follia omicida) is a 1981 film directed by Riccardo Freda.
Sunland Heat (2004)
Sunland Heat (Portuguese: Sunland Heat – No Calor da Terra do Sol) is a 2004 American martial arts film directed by Halder Gomes.
Bad Men of Thunder Gap (1943)
Bad Men of Thunder Gap is a 1943 American Western film directed by Albert Herman and written by Elmer Clifton. The film stars Dave O'Brien, James Newill, Guy Wilkerson, Janet Shaw, Jack Ingram and Charles King. The film was released on March 5, 1943, by Producers Releasing Corporation.
The Conspirators (1969)
Nell'anno del Signore (English title: The Conspirators) is a 1969 Italian film written and directed by Luigi Magni. It is based on the actual story of the capital execution of two Carbonari in papal Rome.
The One World Tour: Europe! (2010)
Filmmakers Zack Coffman and Scott Di Lalla screen their cult motorcycle films during a six-week European tour.
Burma: A Human Tragedy (2012)
In 1989 Aung San Suu Kyi (“The Lady”), returned to visit Burma and decided to stay, casting her lot with the fate of her country. Put under house arrest for 21 years, The Lady continuously refused every opportunity to leave. What would make a mother, a wife, a woman sacrifice her family life, her career, her freedom, in this manner?
The Kid from Amarillo (1951)
A Treasury agent (Charles Starrett) and his sidekick (Smiley Burnette) go after silver smugglers near the Mexican border.
Miracle Money (1938)
Doctors scam patients with a fake cure for cancer.
So You Want to Play the Horses (1946)
Joe McDoakes (George O'Hanlon) tries his luck at the track.
So You Think You Need Glasses (1942)
Joe McDoakes (George O'Hanlon) goes to an eye doctor.
So You Want to Hold Your Wife (1947)
Joe McDoakes (George O'Hanlon) seeks advice on marriage.
Addiction Incorporated (2011)
A young drug researcher unexpectedly discovers the ingredients of addiction in cigarettes and begins a national campaign to have it regulated.
Into the Wake (2012)
A man is lured to a remote bridge and gets caught up in a decades-old family feud.
Behind the Orange Curtain (2012)
Filmmaker Brent Huff investigates the reasons why young and privileged teenagers die in record numbers in Orange County, Calif.
One by Two (2014)
One By Two is a 2014 Hindi romantic comedy directed by Devika Bhagat. It released on 31 January 2014 at multiplexes, showing on approximately 500 screens in India. This is the story of Amit and Samara who meet each other while living in Mumbai The music of the film has been composed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy. The film was panned by critics.
A detective (Ben Clayton) searches for a serial killer while seeing visions of his victims.
Ingeborg Holm (1913)
Ingeborg Holm (Margaret Day) is a 1913 Swedish social drama film directed by Victor Sjöström, based on a 1906 play by Nils Krok. It is noted as the first true narrative film; its remarkable narrative continuity would characterize the style now known as classical Hollywood, which dominated the global film industry for the majority of the century. It caused great debate in Sweden about social security, which led to changes in the poorhouse laws. It is said to be based on a true story.
Goregoyles: The Holy Terror (2003)
Two horrific tales revolve around demonic possession and zombies in a small town.
Out of the Shadows (2010)
New scientific techniques permit the layer-by-layer examination of paintings by famous artists.
Michal returns to his hometown and rediscovers something he had forgotten.
American Commando Ninja (1987)
Russians, a Chinese terrorist group and a Japanese ninja try to capture a scientist during World War II to steal his formula for a biological weapon.
A mysterious creature torments an agoraphobic (Kylene Wetherell).
Split Ends (2009)
A hairdresser faces off with a corrupt developer.
Desmond & the Swamp Barbarian Trap (2006)
Desmond & the Swamp Barbarian Trap (Swedish: Desmond & träskpatraskfällan) is a Swedish stop motion-animated feature film that premiered on 19 November 2006.
When Knights Were Bold (1936)
When Knights Were Bold is a 1936 British musical comedy film directed by Jack Raymond and starring Jack Buchanan, Fay Wray and Garry Marsh. Songs include "Let's Put the People To Work" sung by Jack Buchanan, "Onward We Go" sung by Buchanan & soldiers' chorus, and "I'm Still Dreaming" sung by Buchanan.
Caught in the Headlights (2005)
Caught in the Headlights is an action thriller film released in 2005. The film stars Erika Eleniak, Kim Coates, Brigitta Dau, Stacy Keach, and Erin Gray.
European leaders are portrayed in a re-enactment of the August 1968 Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia.
Troubled Waters (1936)
Troubled Waters is a 1936 British mystery film directed by Albert Parker and starring James Mason, Virginia Cherrill, Alastair Sim, Raymond Lovell and Sam Wilkinson. A government agent (James Mason) exposes smugglers in a British town with a dwindling spring mineral water business.
The Phantom Carriage (1921)
The last person to die on New Year’s Eve before the clock strikes twelve is doomed to take the reins of Death’s chariot and work tirelessly collecting fresh souls for the next year. So says the legend that drives The Phantom Carriage (Körkarlen), directed by the father of Swedish cinema, Victor Sjöström. The story, based on a novel by Nobel Prize winner Selma Lagerlöf, concerns an alcoholic, abusive ne’er-do-well (Sjöström himself) who is shown the error of his ways, and the pure-of-heart Salvation Army sister who believes in his redemption. This extraordinarily rich and innovative silent classic (which inspired Ingmar Bergman to make movies) is a Dickensian ghost story and a deeply moving morality tale, as well as a showcase for groundbreaking special effects.
Erreway: 4 caminos (2004)
Erreway: 4 caminos (English: Erreway: 4 Ways) is a 2004 road movie film by the Argentine group Erreway. It was released in June 2004 in Buenos Aires. The main actors in this film are the stars of Erreway: Luisana Lopilato (Mía), Felipe Colombo (Manuel), Benjamin Rojas (Pablo) and Camila Bordonaba (Marizza), who portrayed their roles from television hit series Rebelde Way. The movie released on DVD in 2005.
Living Venus (1961)
A man (William Kerwin) launches a successful magazine after being fired from another publication.
From Morn to Midnight (1920)
From Morn to Midnight (German: Von morgens bis mitternachts) is a 1920 German silent expressionist film directed by Karlheinz Martin based on the play From Morning to Midnight by Georg Kaiser. It is one of the most radical films of the German Expressionist movement. The film uses stylized distorted sets, designed by Robert Neppach, which are even more avant-garde than those of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
The Odds of Recovery (2002)
Filmmaker Su Friedrich documents her long history of medical problems and numerous operations.
The Bosom Friend (1997)
A professor of math and physics is obsessed with women's breasts, especially those of German actress Senta Berger.
High Speed (1932)
High Speed is a 1932 American Pre-Code crime film directed by D. Ross Lederman.
Creatures of Destiny (2012)
Restless gods descend to Earth to mingle again with the amusing mortals.
My Darling Daughters' Anniversary (1973)
One year after marrying off his four daughters, a widowed judge (Robert Young) plans to take a second wife (Ruth Hussey).
The Strip (2009)
The employees of an electronic store face the reality of growing up when one of them gets married.
Yaara O Dildaara (2011)
Yaara o Dildaara (2011) is an Indian drama film starring Harbhajan Maan, Tulip Joshi, Kabir Bedi, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Gulzar Inder Chahal and Jonita Doda in lead roles and directed by Ksshitij Chaudhary. The film released is postponed from 19 August to 23 September 2011.
Part ghost story and part street story, SLIP is a supernatural action thriller that will make your heart race and your skin crawl! Sarah witnessed her mother's murder as a child. Now a young woman haunted by the memory of her mother's death, Sarah has developed an unusual sensitivity to the paranormal world. The troubled spirits of the recently departed can to “slip” into Sarah's body, and compel her to do their bidding. One of these spirits is the murdered nephew of Cal, a young car thief from the hood trying to go legit. Cal has just been wrongfully accused of stealing from his dangerous partners who want him dead. Sarah is drawn by the ghost of his nephew to save Cal, but must also face a vicious dark ghost from her past. Now threatened by something far more terrifying than the gun-toting criminals hot on their trail, Cal and Sarah are in a race for their souls as well as their lives!
The Devil Never Sleeps (1994)
Oscar is found dead from a gunshot wound to the head, and his wife says he committed suicide. His nephew, Portillo, suspects that it was murder and investigates the death with no help from the police.
The Swap (1979)
The Swap is a 1979 American film directed by Jordan Leondopoulos, the film is edited from the 1969 film Sam's Song also directed by Leondopoulos.
The film is also known as Line of Fire (American video title).
Go Grandriders (2012)
Seventeen octogenarians prepare to travel across Taiwan on scooters.
Ginger and Cinnamon (2003)
Ginger and Cinnamon or Dillo con parole mie is a 2003 Italian comedy film directed by Daniele Luchetti. It was filmed in Greece, on the Ios Island.
Too Much Beef (1936)
Too Much Beef is a 1936 American Western film written and directed by Robert F. Hill. The film stars Rex Bell, Constance Bergen, Forrest Taylor, Lloyd Ingraham, Marjorie O'Connell and Vincent Dennis. The film was released on June 6, 1936, by Grand National Films Inc..
Waxie Moon (2009)
Waxie Moon is a documentary directed by Wes Hurley and centered on the gender-bending Juilliard-trained burlesque performer, Waxie Moon. The film captures the burgeoning and mostly-queer neo-burlesque community in Seattle in the 2000s. It features interviews with dozens of performers and artists, including the burlesque icons Miss Dirty Martini and Tigger!, author and performer Marya Sea Kaminski, drag superstar BenDeLaCreme, and many others. The film also includes the original song, titled "Waxie Moon", which was inspired by James Bond scores. The song was composed by Eric Lane Barnes of the Seattle Men's Chorus and Seattle Women's Chorus, and performed by Sarah Rudinoff and Paul Rosenberg. Waxie Moon premiered in Austin, Texas and went on to screen at the Anthology Film Archives, Echo Park Film Center, and at many festivals around the world, including a dozen screenings in Seattle. The film won Best Local Film at the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, Jury Award for Best Film at Queer Fruits Film Festival in Australia, and Best Film, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Editing and Best Soundtrack at Love Unlimited Film Festival. It is available on video from TLAvideo.
Duvidha is a 1973 ghost movie directed by Mani Kaul. The film stars Ravi Menon and Raisa Padamsee in lead roles. The film was critically acclaimed and won the director the National Film Award for Best Direction and Critics Award for Best film at the 1974 Filmfare Awards. This film was remade in 2005 as Paheli, starring Shahrukh Khan and Rani Mukherjee in the lead roles.
Coffin Joe: The Strange World of José Mojica Marins (2001)
Damned – The Strange World of José Mojica Marins is a 2001 Brazilian documentary film about the life and works of Brazilian filmmaker, director, screenwriter, film and television actor and media personality José Mojica Marins. The film features Marins and his associates and family members recounting episodes of his life and career from childhood to international recognition in later years.
I See Ice! (1938)
I See Ice is a 1938 British comedy film directed by Anthony Kimmins and starring George Formby, Kay Walsh and Betty Stockfeld. The film depicts the adventures of a photographer working for a London newspaper. It features the songs "In My Little Snapshot Album", "Noughts And Crosses" and "Mother What'll I Do Now".
End of the Season (2017)
Having served a "lifelong" sentence, the killer Becker is released into the wild. He has only one goal: to start a new life and to let the terrible deed of the past finally behind him. Becker finds a job, friends and in the lonely cleaning lady Rita even a woman who is interested in him. But one day he is completely surprising overtaken by his past: The widower Dahlmann stands before him, the wife and daughter of the man he had shot 18 years ago. Dahlmann wants revenge.
The Devil's Muse (2007)
A killer haunts an actress (Kristen Kerr) whose latest role is that of the subject of an infamous 1947 murder.
Love Translated (2010)
Love Translated is a 2010 Canadian documentary film directed and edited by Julia Ivanova which premiered at the 46th annual Chicago International Film Festival.
Rock the Casbah (2012)
Rock the Casbah (Hebrew: רוק בקסבה) is a 2012 Israeli drama film.
Desdemona: A Love Story (2009)
A Mexican immigrant reminisces on his actions in order to bury his father.
Damned By Dawn (2009)
Damned by Dawn is a 2009 Australian independent horror film written and directed by Brett Anstey, starring Renee Willner, Bridget Neval, Dawn Klingberg, Danny Alder, Peter Stratford, Taryn Eva and Mark Taylor. It was released in United States on Blu-ray and DVD by Image Entertainment on 9 November 2010.
Monster is a 2008 direct-to-DVD Japanese daikaiju film.
The film is a mockbuster created to capitalize on the release of Cloverfield. It was released direct-to-DVD on January 15, 2008. Cloverfield was released theatrically three days later on January 18, 2008.
The Young Guns (1956)
The Young Guns is a 1956 American Western film directed by Albert Band and written by Louis Garfinkle. The film stars Russ Tamblyn, Gloria Talbott, Perry Lopez, Scott Marlowe, Wright King and Walter Coy. The film was released on September 12, 1956, by Allied Artists Pictures.
The 6th Extinction (2012)
Four strangers band together in a desperate attempt to survive in a world overrun with bloodthirsty vampires.
Ian Harvie Superhero (2014)
Transgender stand-up comedian Ian Harvie looks back on his transition.
Ten Minutes of Silence for John Lennon (1980)
A documentary records a ceremony dedicated to Lennon.
Earth Madness (2010)
Luc Moullet explores the causes and consequences of cases of mental disorders in the Southern Alps.
Soodhu Kavvum (2013)
Soodhu Kavum is a 2013 Tamil language black comedy crime film directed by Nalan Kumarasamy. It features Vijay Sethupathi, Bobby Simha, Ashok Selvan, Ramesh Thilak, Karunakaran and Sanchita Shetty in the lead roles. The film was released on 1 May. The main concept is about how silly talk has engulfed people's day-to-day life and modern society. Soodhu Kavvum received positive reviews from critics and became a commercial success.
Wandering Eye (2011)
Maren (Amanda Righetti), a young wife, feels neglected by her workaholic husband and meets a man through a networking web site. After she realizes she cannot go through with an affair, the man is found brutally murdered by a serial killer.
Killing Car (1993)
Killing Car (original title: Femme dangereuse or Dangerous Woman) is a 1993 French surreal revenge thriller film directed by Jean Rollin. It was filmed in 1989 and stars Australian actress and model Tiki Tsang.
Lake of the Dead (1958)
Lake of the Dead (In Norwegian; De dødes tjern, also known as Lake of the damned) is a 1958 Norwegian horror film directed by Kåre Bergstrøm. The film stars Henki Kolstad, Henny Moan and Georg Richter.
Messiah Of Evil (1973)
Messiah of Evil (later also shown under the title Dead People) is a 1973 American horror film co-written, co-produced, and co-directed by Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz, the husband and wife team behind the film version of Howard the Duck as well as the screenplays for American Graffiti and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.
The Summer of Massacre (2011)
The Summer of Massacre is 2011 anthology horror film written and directed by Joe Castro. It is listed in Guinness World Records as the slasher film with the largest bodycount, at 155.
15 Till Midnight (2010)
15 till Midnight is a 2010 science fiction film directed by Wolfgang Meyer, written by Brandon Slagle who also stars in the film.
A commuter and motorcyclist clash in a daylong battle that escalates out of control.
What Did You Expect? The Archers Of Loaf Live At Cat's Cradle (2012)
What Did You Expect? is a live concert documentary capturing the Archers of Loaf reunion tour. Directed by Gorman Bechard, it made its film festival debut in June, 2012.
Olly, Olly, Oxen Free (1978)
Olly, Olly, Oxen Free (also known as The Great Balloon Adventure or The Great Balloon Race) is a 1978 American family adventure film directed by Richard A. Colla and starring Katharine Hepburn. The screenplay by Eugene Poinc is based on a story by Poinc, Colla, and Maria L. de Ossio. The title is derived from "Olly olly oxen free" a phrase used in children's games to indicate that those in hiding came out into the open safely and freely.
Devil's Playground (1937)
The Devil's Playground is a 1937 American romantic drama film directed by Erle C. Kenton and starring Dolores del Río, Chester Morris and Richard Dix. A remake of Frank Capra's Submarine (1928).
Neon Flesh (2011)
A young hustler-turned-businessman tries to open a brothel with his useless friends.
Lesson Before Love (2014)
Four dissatisfied singles meet up for a night on the town and try to find the love that has thus far eluded them.
El Sistema (2008)
Filmmakers record a year in the lives of three kids from different backgrounds as they mature.
Mi verano con Amanda (2008)
Gaby is in love with a hot model and gets in crazy situations while trying to impress her.
Lenin in October (2010)
Grisha's dreams of opening his own restaurant are about to come true after his rich uncle dies, but he must fulfill one condition to receive the money: He has to dedicate the restaurant to the values of Communism.
All Dolled Up: A New York Dolls Story (2005)
A documentary follows the tour of the band New York Dolls.
A young man does not leave his apartment for years until Daniela comes into his life.
The Soup, One Morning (2005)
Shizu realizes her lover has become a stranger when he comes home rambling about the karmic life.
Men of Action (1935)
A man (Frankie Darro) must prevent saboteurs from destroying a dam.
Love And Other Anxieties (2011)
Filmmaker Lyda Kuth becomes anxious when her daughter heads to college, and she decides to query experts and nonexperts on love, marriage and commitment.
Night of the Howling Beast (1975)
La Maldicion de la Bestia is a 1975 Spanish horror film that is the eighth in a long series about the werewolf Count Waldemar Daninsky, played by Paul Naschy. The film has also been known as The Werewolf and the Yeti, Night of the Howling Beast and Hall of the Mountain King. This film ignored the events from the earlier films The Fury of the Wolfman (1970) and Curse of the Devil (1972), and provided an all-new origin for Waldemar's lycanthropy, having the curse transmitted by the bites of not one, but two, vampire women! A yeti is woven into the storyline, but in this film the yeti is not the cause of Waldemar's lycanthropy, but rather the catalyst that brings Waldemar to Tibet in the first place.
Number, Please? (1920)
While at an amusement park, trying vainly to forget the girl he has lost, a young man (Lloyd) sees the girl (Mildred Davis) with her new boyfriend (Roy Brooks). When her dog gets loose in the park, both suitors have to help her catch it. The girl's uncle, a balloonist, gives her a pass for two in his balloon, provided that her mother approves. She then offers to take along the first of her admirers who is able to get her mother's consent. The girl's new boyfriend races to her house to get the mother's permission, while the young man tries to telephone her. The young man faces crowded phone booths, gossiping operators, a crying baby and other obstacles in his effort to reach the mother first. Racing back to the girl, the two suitors bump into one another and a pickpocket who has just robbed the girl of her purse. The boy is mistaken for the pickpocket and must elude various policemen on his way back to meet the girl.
Emergency Squad (1940)
Emergency Squad is a 1940 American adventure film directed by Edward Dmytryk.
Cool Air (2006)
Struggling screenwriter Charlie Baxter sets out to write his long-blocked "great American screenplay" when he suffers a heart attack and his mysterious upstairs neighbor Doctor Shockner comes to his rescue. The doctor persuades Baxter to stay until he recovers fully, and introduces him to a nightmarish world of insane experiments and murder. Baxter knows something must be done to stop the evil that resides in the room at the top of the stairs.
Stress Position (2013)
A psychological experiment between two friends goes horribly awry.
Everything Went Down (2013)
Shut off from the world, a widowed young professor bonds with a struggling musician.
Playground is a 2009 documentary directed by Libby Spears. The film focuses on the child sex trade in the United States.
Playground challenges the notion that the sexual exploitation of children is limited to back-alley brothels in developing countries and traces the epidemic of exploitation to its disparate, and decidedly American, roots — among them the way children are educated about sex, and the problem of raising awareness about a crime that inherently cannot be shown.
The film includes interviews with Ernie Allen, President of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and Judge Sanford "Sammy" Jones, Former Chief Judge of the Fulton County Juvenile Court and unfolds as a search for Michelle, an everyday American girl who was lost to the underbelly of sexual exploitation as a child and has yet to resurface a decade later.
Playground features original artwork by Japanese pop artist, Yoshitomo Nara, and animation by Heather Bursch.
The Long December (2011)
December survives her family's murder and decides to become a vigilante to hunt down the killers and rid the world of evil people.
The Rise and Fall of The Clash (2012)
The only up-close and personal film about the juggernaut band The Clash, and their meteoric trajectory through rock 'n' roll history, The Rise and Fall of The Clash features previously unseen footage of the band at work and at play as well as interviews with the individual band members and with those who knew them well. This is not a film that pulls any punches, but neither does it overlook the life-changing effect that The Clash brought to so many. The Rise and Fall of The Clash paints the fascinating inside story of rivalries, treachery, betrayal and the internal band dynamics and managerial interference that ultimately led "the biggest band in the world" to self-destruct.
Bon appétit (2010)
Bon Appétit is a 2010 romantic drama film directed by David Pinillos and written by Juan Carlos Rubio, David Pinillos and Paco Cabezas. The story is based on a young Spanish chef working at a prestigious restaurant in Zurich, Switzerland. He falls in love with a work-partner but she is in love with their boss. The film features Unax Ugalde and Nora Tschirner.
As If I Am Not There (2010)
As If I Am Not There is a 2010 Irish drama film directed by Juanita Wilson. The film is set in the Balkans and is shot in the Serbo-Croatian language. The film was selected as the Irish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
The Great Ghost Rescue (2011)
The Great Ghost Rescue is a 2011 British fantasy horror family film directed by Yann Samuell and starring Emma Fielding and Georgia Groome. The film is based on Eva Ibbotson's 1975 novel of the same name.
Never Die (2013)
When Chayo hears that her mother is dying, she returns to her native village. She takes on everyday chores and reunites with her husband and two children while preparing for the inevitable.