Oka! Amerikee (2010)

An American ethnomusicologist lives among Africa's Bayaka Pygmies for 25 years.

Penitentiary (1979)

Hitchhiker Martel "Too Sweet" Gordone (Leon Isaac Kennedy) gets a lift from prostitute Linda (Hazel Spears) in her van and travels with her to meet her clients. After a fight breaks out with the men, Gordone is knocked unconscious and awakens to find he has been wrongly charged with murder. As a way to protect himself in prison, Gordone starts fighting other inmates. This leads him to discover an underground boxing tournament, with the top prize being a prison release.

Honey (2010)

A family fears the worst when its patriarch fails to return from collecting honey in the woods.

Malarek (1989)

Montreal mail sorter Victor Malarek (Elias Koteas) turns cub reporter for a city editor (Kerrie Keane) and digs up news.

Forever Emmanuelle (1975)

Professor, filmmaker (Al Cliver) and girlfriends (Annie-Belle, Emmanuelle Arsan) trek to jungle tribe.

The Business of Disease (2014)

Filmmaker Sonia Barrett explores how marketing and belief systems affect health and the body's ability to heal itself.

Prom Queen (2004)

Media and legal storms descend when a gay teenager (Aaron Ashmore) fights for the right to bring his boyfriend to the prom.

Tractor, Love and Rock 'n' Roll (2008)

An aging guitarist (Branko Djuric) tries to make rock 'n' roll popular in his Slovenian village.

The Priest's Wife (1971)

A suicidal singer (Sophia Loren) falls in love with a priest (Marcello Mastroianni) who goes on to become a monsignor in Rome.

Scrambled Beer (2007)

A slacker pretending to be an artist finds that not only is he frittering away hours, but also that he is jumping through them.

Call & Response (2008)

This documentary urges viewers to help end the global slave trade, portraying a contemporary epidemic in which countless underprivileged and anonymous people -- often young women and girls -- are sold into various forms of bondage in all corners of the world. The film makes its points through commentary from experts like Princeton University professor Cornel West and former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, and with performances by socially conscious musicians such as Talib Kweli.

Jungle Man (1941)

A doctor (Buster Crabbe) dives for his fever serum after a U-boat sinks the ship transporting it to patients.

Yours Emotionally! (2006)

A British Indian returns to his native country and falls in love with his dream man.

Cholos Malditos (1999)

A man wants to avenge the deaths of his wife and son and for them he becomes a gangster to eliminate the murderers.

The Thieves (2012)

A cat burglar (Jung-jae Lee) and his gang are hired by a devious former partner (Kim Yun-seok) to steal a $20 million diamond from a Chinese gangster's mistress.


Moshe (Moshe Ivgi) is an anxious Israeli man who is cheating on his wife, Didi (Dalit Kahan), with another woman, Grisha (Nataly Attiya). Meanwhile, Didi is sleeping with Moshe's friend Jules (Juliano Mer), who happens to also be bedding Grisha. Amidst the bed-hopping drama, Moshe is concerned about his Jewish mother, Hanna (Hanna Maron), and Muslim father, Yussef (Yussuf Abu-Warda), who are reluctantly thinking about selling the family bakery to a land developer.

Bugged (1996)

Exterminators (Ronald K. Armstrong, Jeff Lee) unwittingly create monsters by spraying crickets with a genetic mutating agent.

The New Juarez (2012)

Filmmaker Charlie Minn provides a view on the violence in Mexico that has killed over 100,000 people in the last six years.

Elopement (1951)

The families of young Jacqueline (Anne Francis) and her psychology professor, Matt Reagan (William Lundigan), are outraged when the two elope after her graduation dance. Jacqueline's father, Howard (Clifton Webb), has always pressured her to put her career first. The families of the couple put aside their distaste for each other and join forces to find them and prevent the marriage at all costs. Meanwhile, Jacqueline and Matt are already feeling the first signs of marital friction.

Save Me (2000)

Facing rejection after a brief affair with a surgeon, a young Romanian (Rona Hartner) falls for a cabdriver (Roschdy Zem) in France.

Paternity (1981)

Madison Square Garden's manager (Burt Reynolds) wants a baby but not a wife, so he hires a surrogate mother (Beverly D'Angelo).

Territory (2005)

An unexpected guest (Grant Varjas) exposes cracks in a couple's happy facade.

Few Options (2011)

Unable to find work, an ex-con (Kenny Johnson) must take a job with his former crime partners.

Rage to Kill (1987)

An auto racer (James Ryan) and a CIA agent (Cameron Mitchell) rescue medical students from a mad general (Oliver Reed) in the Caribbean.

Recipe for Revenge (1998)

A detective (Alex Carter) aids a caterer (Kymberley Huffman) framed for the murder she witnessed a celebrity (Corbin Bernsen) commit.

Oh, Doctor! (1917)

A doctor (Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle) wins big by betting on a racehorse.

Out West (1918)

A sheriff (Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle) tracks a notorious outlaw.

Spawn of the North (1938)

Lifelong friends Jim Kimmerlee (Henry Fonda) and Tyler Dawson (George Raft) are fishermen in Alaska, but they find themselves in conflict over pirates who steal fish from nets. While Jim, who is successful and owns his own cannery, sides with a group of fishermen intent on defending their livelihood with deadly force, Tyler, on the other hand, has joined up with Russian fishing pirate Red Skain (Akim Tamiroff), despite the protests of his girlfriend, Nicky (Dorothy Lamour).

Rick (2003)

A sycophant (Bill Pullman) to a young, arrogant Wall Street success (Aaron Stanford) eventually learns that his boss is seducing his teenage daughter (Agnes Bruckner).

CQ (2001)

Paris, 1969. A director's obsession with the actress who plays the sexy secret agent Dragonfly (Angela Lindvall) has clouded his judgment and the film has no ending. A young American (Jeremy Davies), in Paris to document his life on film with total honesty, is brought in to finish the movie with a bang. This proves to be difficult when the line between his fantasy life and reality becomes blurred, and he too finds himself seduced by the charms of Dragonfly.

The Hospital (1971)

Herbert Bock (George C. Scott), the chief of medicine in a New York City teaching hospital, is contemplating suicide; he's impotent, his wife has left him, and his children aren't speaking to him. His hospital is also suffering from a recent spate of inexplicable deaths. In the midst of these setbacks, Bock is romantically drawn to the much younger Barbara (Diana Rigg), whose father is a patient. As Barbara restores Bock's will to live, it turns out that the hospital deaths are murders.

759: Boy Scouts of Harlem (2009)

Boy Scouts from a New York City neighborhood go camping.

The Defenders: Taking the First (1998)

Lawyers (Beau Bridges, Martha Plimpton) encounter four hate-crime suspects who turn on each other to cut a deal with the prosecutor.

666: The Child (2006)

An affluent couple (Adam Vincent, Sarah Lieving) adopt an orphaned boy who is pure evil.

Elixir of Love (2004)

An aromatherapist (Richie Ren) will marry a princess (Miriam Yeung) if he successfully cures her body-odor problem within three months.

Into the Cold: A Journey of the Soul (2010)

Two men trek on foot to the North Pole to commemorate Adm. Robert Peary's journey in 1909.

Time Out of Mind (1947)

A servant (Phyllis Calvert) loves a New England ship captain's son (Robert Hutton) who would rather study music than the sea.

The Shooting Party (1978)

A magistrate (Oleg Yankovskiy) kills his lover (Galina Belyaeva) and convicts her husband in circa-1900 Russia.

Alien 2: On Earth (1980)

Cave explorers have to save the world from flesh-eating creatures that want to wipe out all of Earth's people.

Love and Learn (1947)

A New York socialite (Martha Vickers) plays working girl around two struggling songwriters (Jack Carson, Robert Hutton).

Barney: Mother Goose Collection (2011)

Barney and friends have fun with classic nursery rhymes.

A Great Wall (1986)

Chinese-American Leo Fang (Peter Wang) has not been to China in 30 years. After he loses out on a promotion because of his Chinese heritage, he quits his job as a computer programmer and brings his family to China to meet his relatives. But Leo does not anticipate the ensuing culture clash between Western and Eastern customs. After many misunderstandings and uncomfortable moments, the families are forced to accept their differences and try to appreciate their opposite lifestyles.

The City of Your Final Destination (2007)

An academic (Omar Metwally) goes to Uruguay to persuade the heirs of a deceased author to grant him permission to write the man's biography.

The Mind of Mr. Soames (1970)

In this sci-fi thriller, John Soames (Terence Stamp) -- a man locked, since birth, in a 30-year coma -- has a groundbreaking cure when Dr. Bergen (Robert Vaughn) gives him a brain transplant. The problem is that the brain comes from a baby, and when Soames comes back to the waking world, he assumes the mental state of a young child. The journey, documented by a television crew, backfires when Dr. Bergan attempts to speed up his rate of maturation, resulting in an explosive climax.

Max & Mona (2004)

A South African villager (Mpho Lovinga) is accompanied by a troublesome goat as he makes his way to Johannesburg to study medicine.

Jack in the Box (2008)

Six people play a deadly game of musical chairs to entertain Junior. Whoever is left standing is brutally killed until only one player is left.

Pierre and Marie (1997)

Pierre Curie (Charles Berling) meets his future wife (Isabelle Huppert) in Paris, and together they juggle the rigors of science and family.

Out of Season (1998)

Forced to care for her dying uncle (Dennis Fecteau) in suburban New Jersey, a city woman (Carol Monda) falls for his female friend (Joy Kelly).

Mayerling (1968)

Rudolf (Omar Sharif), son of Austrian Emperor Francis Joseph (James Mason), has a tragic love for Baroness Marie Vetsera (Catherine Deneuve).

Empire of Ash III (1989)

Road people fight the high priest (William Smith) and warlord of a post-virus future wasteland, New Idaho.

Dushman (1990)

A father and son were separated because of a local gang; years later the father seeks revenge.

You Can Thank Me Later (1998)

A woman (Ellen Burstyn) and her adult children (Amanda Plummer, Ted Levine) await the outcome of their patriarch's surgery at a Montreal hospital.

The White Lioness (1996)

A small-town Swedish cop (Rolf Lassgrd) discovers a mysterious connection between a woman's death and an assassin.

La Belle Captive (1983)

A man (Daniel Mesguich) becomes trapped in a nightmarish world when he discovers a woman (Gabrielle Lazure) he spent the night with died seven years earlier.

Bloodshed (2005)

Frank and Donnie's safe haven comes crashing down when their town suspects them of murder.

Mars Needs Women (1966)

Five ambassadors from Mars, led by Dop (Tommy Kirk), come to Earth in search of one thing: women. Because of a strange genetic defect, Mars women can produce only males, and their species is now on the verge of extinction. The Martians court all likely candidates, such as a stripper (Bubbles Cash), a flight attendant (Donna Lindberg) and a doctor (Yvonne Craig). Some red-blooded American men, however, are not happy about this scheme and aim to stop it.

The Given Word (1962)

Ze do Burro considers his donkey to be his best friend. So, when the beast falls ill, Ze swears an oath that if his donkey recovers, he will carry a cross across the country and give his land to the poor.

Yeh Saali Zindagi (2011)

Two gangsters commit a blunder and get their love lives entangled with their criminal deeds.

The Last Flight (1931)

American pilots (Richard Barthelmess, Johnny Mack Brown) surround a single woman (Helen Chandler) in Paris after World War I.

The Dragon Murder Case (1934)

Detective Philo Vance (Warren William) investigates the mysterious murder of Monty Montague (George Meeker) at the family home of his fiancée, Bernice Stamm (Margaret Lindsay). After diving into a murky swimming pool with Bernice's brother, Rudolph (Robert Barrat), Monty failed to surface, but his body was not found when the pool was drained. Following odd markings on the pool bottom, Vance locates the body in a sink hole, but the coroner finds that there is no water in the victim's lungs.

Law of the Badlands (1950)

Texas Rangers (Tim Holt, Richard Martin) catch counterfeiters for the Secret Service.

Autumn Sun (1996)

Middle-aged Clara (Norma Aleandro) is a single Jewish woman living in Buenos Aires, Argentina. After posting an ad in a newspaper, she is taken with one of the respondents, Raul (Federico Luppi). Despite initially hitting it off, Clara shuns Raul when she discovers he isn't Jewish, but soon regrets her actions and attempts a reconciliation. When Clara's brother, to whom she's lied about having a boyfriend, plans to visit, she recruits Raul to stand in, and soon the two fall in love.

The Zen of Bennett (2012)

Filmmaker Unjoo Moon delves into the creative process of singer Tony Bennett as he records "Duets II" with Andrea Bocelli, Natalie Cole, Lady Gaga and others.

The ABCs of Death (2012)

An anthology of stories helmed by more than two dozen directors details 26 ways to die, each corresponding to a different letter of the alphabet.

Una Estrella y Dos Estrellados (1960)

Tin Tan wants to be a star, but is rejected by the filmmakers, while the woman he is in love is chosen.

Bingo: The Documentary (1999)

Filmmaker John Jeffcoat examines the game and its adherents in North America and the United Kingdom.

The Libertine (1969)

A French widow (Catherine Spaak) discovers her husband's secret sex games and plays them with a doctor (Jean-Louis Trintignant).

Men Cry in the Dark (2003)

A life-long bachelor is surprised to find love with a remarkable woman.

I Love You Too (2001)

A student has an affair with a beautiful woman whose obsessive nature becomes destructive.

Orphans and Angels (2003)

A woman (Emmeline Hawthorne) falls under the drug-induced spell of a sinister drifter (Christopher Brown).

Boys of Summerville (2008)

Softball and a pretty mechanic sweeten a young man's sour attitude on small-town life.

The World of Z (2011)

The art, insanity and love of artist Zbigniew Fiks.

Chalk (2010)

Two young gymnasts learn about friendship and more.

Wake (2004)

A struggling writer recalls a fateful night when he reunited with his three brothers (Gale Harold, Blake Gibbons).

Love Trap (1978)

An actress (Fiona Richmond) asks a hapless British soldier (Robin Askwith) to help her hide a corpse.

The Plot Against Harry (1969)

A dour Jewish mobster, Harry Plotnick (Martin Priest) is finally released from prison after doing time for two decades. Returning to a very different world, Harry tries to ease back into his criminal ways on his old turf, but it soon becomes clear that he is thoroughly outmoded. When he encounters his ex-wife, Kay (Maxine Woods), and the now-adult daughters that he doesn't even know, he decides to clean up his act. Can Harry really turn over a new leaf?

The Home and the World (1984)

In the early 1900s, Nikhilesh (Victor Banerjee), a wealthy Westernized Hindu in colonial East Bengal, feels compelled to test the love of his wife, Bimala (Swatilekha Chatterjee). He introduces her to his friend Sandip (Soumitra Chatterjee), a politician agitating against British rule, and Bimala is equally taken with both Sandip's anti-colonial fervor and the man himself. Personal and political tensions subsequently flare as the now assertive Bimala has to make a crucial decision.

The Wild Soccer Bunch 2 (2005)

Young soccer players prepare to defend their trophy.

Mystery Ship (1941)

A G-man and a reporter stow away aboard a ship carrying federal prisoners slated for deportation.

Pitch Black Heist (2011)

A light-activated alarm forces thieves (Liam Cunningham, Michael Fassbender) to work in the dark.

Johny Mera Naam (1970)

Kept apart by destiny, brothers Mohan and Sohan both grew up without a father. While Mohan sets out to kill the man who murdered their dad, Sohan follows in his father's footsteps by becoming a police officer. When this job forces him to go undercover as a smuggler by the name of Johny, Sohan makes some discoveries that will change his life forever.

Mr. Vampire (1986)

Hong Kong denizens fend off vampires by holding their breath and brandishing coagulated rice.

Big Boy (1930)

A groom gets the chance of a lifetime when he's chosen to ride an unbeatable Thoroughbred in the Kentucky Derby.

The House by the Medlar Tree (2010)

A family (Giuseppe Firullo, Omar Noto) bonds together when the patriarch loses his life during a powerful storm at sea.

Harlan: In the Shadow of Jew Süss (2008)

Nazi Veit Harlan is widely regarded as one of Germany's most controversial filmmakers, and in this documentary director Felix Moeller profiles this master of propaganda, chronicling his life and film career, particularly the works he made during the Holocaust. Additionally, Moeller uses candid interviews with Harlan's descendants, examining the impact of the Third Reich and World War II, and the undeniable effect Harlan's life and work had on future generations.

Soo (2007)

A hoodlum assumes the identity of his dead twin brother, a cop, and goes in search of a killer.

Golfballs! (1999)

A man hires a staff of good-looking men and women to boost business at his financially strapped golf club.

Skinny Tiger and Fatty Dragon (1990)

A tough cop (Karl Maka) and his rotund partner (Sammo Hung) battle a powerful criminal.

Killer by Nature (2010)

A young man's nightmares about grisly murders become reality.

Lost Kisses (2010)

An adolescent girl rides an old scooter and dreams about the boy she loves.

Coup de Torchon (1981)

Hapless Lucien Cordier (Philippe Noiret) is the beleaguered police chief of a small town in French colonial Senegal. The local criminals openly mock Lucien's inability to put a stop to their illegal enterprises, and his unfaithful and shrewish wife Huguette (Stphane Audran) is having a blatant affair with Nono (Eddy Mitchell), whom Lucien believes is her brother. When the humiliations finally become too much for him to bear, Lucien takes matters into his own hands.

Shanghai Express (1932)

In Peking, China, during a civil war, British Capt. Donald Harvey (Clive Brook) meets his old flame Magdalen (Marlene Dietrich) and learns with dismay that she has become a prostitute known as Shanghai Lily. Both are traveling to Shanghai via train, and while they grow reacquainted, they remain unaware that they are traveling with spy and rebel army leader Henry Chang (Warner Oland). On Chang's orders, his forces attack the train, terrorize the passengers and hold Donald hostage.

Devil's Highway (2005)

An evil fiend attacks the passengers of a bus, possessing and destroying their bodies.

After.Life (2009)

Following a terrible car crash, a woman (Christina Ricci) awakes to find an enigmatic mortician (Liam Neeson) preparing her for burial.

Foxfire Light (1982)

A woman (Lara Parker) faces opposition from her parents (Leslie Nielsen, Tippi Hedren) when she falls in love while vacationing in the Ozarks.

Top Floor Left Wing (2010)

Christian's day begins like any other until he is taken hostage by Salem in a tower.

Cecilia (1982)

The son of a rich colonist begins a forbidden romance with a biracial woman (Daisy Granados).

The Letter for the King (2008)

Sixteen-year old Tiuri risks his future as a knight to fulfill a promise and discovers adventure, honor and love along the way.

Catch Me if You Can (1998)

A street-wise boy (Ryan de Boer) who witnessed a murder helps a down-on-his-luck policeman (Tim Matheson) thwart criminals.

Utt Pataang (2011)

Five people are thrown into a game of cat and mouse after a money deal goes horribly wrong.