Don't Let the Angels Fall (1969)

Don't Let the Angels Fall (French: Seuls les enfants étaient présents) is a 1969 Canadian drama film directed by George Kaczender. It was entered into the 1969 Cannes Film Festival.

Polisse (2011)

Polisse (released at some film festivals as Poliss, French pronunciation: ​[pɔˈlis]) is a 2011 French drama film written, directed by and starring Maïwenn. It also stars Joeystarr, Karin Viard, Marina Foïs, Nicolas Duvauchelle, Emmanuelle Bercot and Riccardo Scamarcio. The film centres on the Child Protection Unit (Brigade de Protection des Mineurs) of the Paris Police, and a photographer who is assigned to cover the unit. The title is derived from Maïwenn's son's misspelling of the word "police". The film won the Jury Prize at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival and in 2012, was nominated for thirteen César Awards.

Back To 1942 (2012)

Back to 1942 is a 2012 Chinese historical film directed by Feng Xiaogang. It is based on Liu Zhenyun's novel Remembering 1942, and is about a major famine in Henan, China, during the Second Sino-Japanese War. On 11 November 2012, the film premiered at the International Rome Film Festival. The film was selected as the Chinese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, but was not nominated.

The Bishop Murder Case (1930)

The Bishop Murder Case is a 1930 mystery film directed by Nick Grinde, starring Basil Rathbone, Leila Hyams and Roland Young. Nine years before his role as Sherlock Holmes, Basil Rathbone essayed the character of S.S. Van Dyne's detective Philo Vance. S.S. Van Dyne's novel, The Benson Murder Case in 1926 success spawned 11 subsequent Vance novels.

Strange Alibi (1941)

Strange Alibi is a 1941 American crime film directed by D. Ross Lederman and written by Kenneth Gamet, Leslie T. White and Fred Niblo Jr.. The film stars Arthur Kennedy, Joan Perry, Jonathan Hale, John Ridgely, Florence Bates and Charles Trowbridge. The film was released by Warner Bros. on April 19, 1941.

Mary Christmas (2002)

When a nine year old girl writes a letter to Santa Claus asking for a mommy, a television station news director gets wind of it and assigns a hard-bitten reporter to get the story. With the help of a male nanny, the reporter learns learns that at Christmas, wishes can still be granted.

Nous, princesses de Clèves (2011)

Nous, princesses de Clèves is a French documentary film directed by Régis Sauder, filmed at the Lycée Diderot and released on 3 March 2011.

The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello (2005)

The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello is a 2005 Australian short film. It was developed and produced in association with the Australian Film Commission; developed and produced with the assistance of Film Victoria and produced in association with SBS Independent.

Pickup (1951)

Pickup is a 1951 American film noir written and directed by Czech actor and filmmaker Hugo Haas. It was the first American film by Haas, a refugee from Nazi Europe, who went on to make a series of gloomy noirs about doomed middle-aged men led astray by younger femmes fatales. Haas also starred in the film, alongside Beverly Michaels and Allan Nixon.

The Dish & the Spoon (2012)

The Dish & the Spoon is a 2011 American film directed by Alison Bagnall, starring Greta Gerwig, Olly Alexander, Eleonore Hendricks and Amy Seimetz.

The Girl Next Door (1953)

The Girl Next Door is a 1953 musical comedy film directed by Richard Sale, released by 20th Century Fox, and starring June Haver, Dan Dailey, and Dennis Day. The Girl Next Door was June Haver's last film appearance. Haver had gained fame in the mid-to-late 1940s as a musical star for Fox; she starred in films like, Irish Eyes Are Smiling, Where Do We Go from Here?, I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now, Look for the Silver Lining, and I'll Get By. Haver departed from films to join a convent in 1952, but left the convent six months later and married actor Fred MacMurray. When released, The Girl Next Door drew mixed press reviews; it did moderately well at the box-office.

Rennie's Landing (2001)

Stealing Time is a 2001 drama involving the uniting of four friends reuniting a year after college, each of them now dealing with their own problems. They ultimately come up with a solution: rob a bank The film had its national premier on June 17, 2001 at the Harvard Exit theater during the Seattle International Film Festival, under the title "Rennie's Landing".

Like Stars on Earth (2007)

Taare Zameen Par (titled Like Stars on Earth internationally) is a 2007 Indian drama film produced and directed by Aamir Khan. Darsheel Safary stars as 8-year-old Ishaan, and Khan plays his art teacher. Creative director and writer Amole Gupte initially developed the idea with his wife Deepa Bhatia, who served as the film's editor. Visual effects are by Tata Elxsi's Visual Computing Labs, and the title animation—the first use of clay animation in a Bollywood film—was created by Dhimant Vyas. Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy composed the film's score, and Prasoon Joshi wrote the lyrics for many of the songs. Principal photography took place in Mumbai and in Panchgani's New Era High School, and some of the school's students make appearances. The film explores the life and imagination of Ishaan, an 8-year-old dyslexic child. Although he excels in art, his poor academic performance leads his parents to send him to a boarding school. Ishaan's new art teacher suspects that he is dyslexic and helps him to overcome his disability. The film made its theatrical debut in India on 21 December 2007, and UTV Home Entertainment released a DVD for Indian audiences in 2008. Disney's later release of the international edition DVD marked the first purchase of distribution rights for an Indian film by a global company. Taare Zameen Par has received numerous awards, including the Filmfare Best Film Award for 2008 and the 2008 National Film Award for Best Film on Family Welfare. It was India's official entry for the 2009 Academy Awards Best Foreign Film, but did not progress to the short-list.

The Devil's Pass (1959)

A stowaway and a crew member try to protect their imperiled fishing boat as it heads for Devil's Pass during a storm.

Bayou Blue (2011)

Serial killer Ronald Dominique rapes and murders 23 men in southeastern Louisiana between the years 1997 and 2006.

Tackle Happy (2000)

Tackle Happy is an Australian documentary film released in 2000 about the live performance show Puppetry of the Penis starring Simon Morley and David Friend. It was produced and directed by comedian Mick Molloy, whose radio show Martin/Molloy had chronicled the chaotic 1998 tour captured in the film. Tackle Happy also features guest appearances by Stephen Curry, Paul Hester, Tony Martin, Andrew Denton, Amanda Keller, Pete Smith and Jimeoin.

The Devil's Pipeline (1940)

The Devil's Pipeline is a 1940 American drama film, directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Richard Arlen, Andy Devine, and John Eldredge, and was released on November 1, 1940.

Mr. X in Bombay (1964)

Mr. X in Bombay, directed by Shantilal Soni, is a 1964 Indian science fiction thriller film starring Kishore Kumar, Kumkum and Madan Puri.

The Diplomat (2000)

Tom Zubrycki captures the climactic struggle of Jose Ramos Horta, a Nobel Prize-winning political activist from East Timor who spends 24 years battling for his colony's independence. In 1975, East Timor suffers an invasion from Indonesia, and, after a 1991 civilian massacre at the hands of the Indonesian army, Horta and his cause are brought to international light. After Suharto's 1999 resignation as Indonesian president, East Timor finally finds independence, but Horta's trials continue.

The Liability (2012)

The Liability is a 2013 British crime-thriller film directed by Craig Viveiros and written by John Wrathall. The film stars Tim Roth, Talulah Riley, Jack O'Connell and Peter Mullan. The film is about a teenager sent to do a day of driving for his mum's gangster boyfriend, which leads him into world of crime.

E poi lo chiamarono il magnifico (1972)

Man of the East (Italian: E poi lo chiamarono il magnifico) is a 1972 Italian spaghetti western film directed by Enzo Barboni starring Terence Hill. The film is set in the Wild West during the time of the railway construction. A recurring theme is the always progressing modernisation which some of the protagonists are trying to escape.

Eat The Sun (2011)

A man learns the ancient practice of sungazing.

COMPLEXO: Parallel universe (2011)

Complexo - Universo Paralelo is a 2011 Portuguese documentary film about life in the most dangerous favela in Rio de Janeiro, Complexo do Alemão, directed by Mário Patrocínio.

High-Kick Girl! (2009)

High Kick Girl! is a 2009 Japanese martial arts film directed and co-written by Fuyuhiko Nishi and starring Rina Takeda.

Blazing Guns (1943)

The Trail Blazers are summoned to clean up Willow Springs, a town being ravaged by a greedy land-grabber who seeks to drive out all the honest ranchers.

Very Mean Men (2000)

Very Mean Men is a 2000 American crime-comedy film directed by Tony Vitale.

Awaken the Dragon (2011)

Cancer survivors take part in an ancient Chinese sport known as dragon-boat racing as a means to find the inner strength necessary to fight the disease.

False Trail (2011)

False Trail (Swedish: Jägarna 2, "The Hunters 2"), is a Swedish thriller film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 2 September 2011, directed by Kjell Sundvall with Rolf Lassgård and Peter Stormare in the main roles. The film is the sequel the 1996 film The Hunters, it sneak-premiered on 17 August 2011 in Överkalix and in Norrland on 2 September 2011 and had its main all over Sweden premiere on 9 September 2011. Unlike the first film, where the title pointed to the villainous hunters, the title of the sequel hints towards the feud between Erik and Torsten, both with their own predatory nature.

Silent Witness (2013)

Silent Witness is a 2013 Chinese crime thriller film written and directed by Fei Xing and starring Sun Honglei, Aaron Kwok and Yu Nan.

American Scream King (2012)

Sadistic filmmakers shoot a movie where girls die on camera.

Pale Blood (1990)

Pale Blood is a 1990 direct-to-video vampire film directed by V.V. Dachin Hsu and Michael W. Leighton. It was written by Hsu an Takashi Matsuoka, and produced by Omar Kaczmarczyk and Leighton. The film starred George Chakiris, Wings Hauser and Pamela Ludwig, and featured music and performance by the punk rock band Agent Orange.

Bollywood/Hollywood (2002)

Bollywood/Hollywood is a 2002 Canadian film by Indo-Canadian director Deepa Mehta. Its stars Rahul Khanna and Lisa Ray in leading roles. The film was lighthearted, humorous, and family-oriented, as opposed to Mehta's other films (most notably her Elements trilogy of Fire, Earth, and Water), which feature very serious themes and focus on social issues. The film pokes fun at traditional Indian stereotypes, as well as at Bollywood (it features several Bollywood-style song-and-dance numbers). Bollywood actor Akshaye Khanna (the brother of Rahul Khanna) makes a special guest appearance in the movie.

Dial Red O (1955)

Dial Red O is a 1955 American film noir crime film directed by Daniel B. Ullman and starring Bill Elliott, Helene Stanley and Keith Larsen. It was the first in a series of five Los Angeles-set police thrillers that Elliott made for Allied Artists at the end of his career.

The Maldonado Miracle (2003)

Jos (Eddy Martin) is a young Mexican boy in the United States who hides in a church to avoid authorities after he injures his arm. When blood from his wound falls on a statue of Jesus, people think it's a miracle. Everyone flocks to the town, and the Rev. Russell (Peter Fonda), who knows the economic boom is good for the struggling parish, wonders what really happened. Local resident Maisie (Mare Winnigham) takes the boy in, and has a dilemma when she finds out the truth.

Hippy Porn (1993)

Bored college students (Victor E. of Aquitaine, Elizabeth Canning, Marek Waldorf) indulge themselves with art, music and hanging out at the Cafe Camus.

The Silver Chalice (1954)

The Silver Chalice is a 1954 American historical epic film from Warner Bros., based on Thomas B. Costain's 1952 novel of the same name. The film, produced and directed by Victor Saville, marked the acting debut of Paul Newman.

Air Collision (2012)

When a solar storm wipes out the air traffic control system, Air Force One and a passenger jet liner are locked on a collision course in the skies above the midwest.

After the Dance (1935)

After the Dance is a 1935 American drama film directed by Leo Bulgakov and starring Nancy Carroll, George Murphy and Thelma Todd.

Tomie (1998)

Tomie (富江) is a 1998 Japanese horror film directed by Ataru Oikawa. It is the first film in the Tomie film series, based on a manga of the same name by Junji Ito.

Color of the Ocean (2012)

Two refugees arrive in the Canary Islands and interact with a tourist and a cop.

Woman Chases Man (1937)

Woman Chases Man (1937) is a romantic comedy film starring Miriam Hopkins and Joel McCrea. This was the fifth and final film that Hopkins and McCrea made together, the others being The Richest Girl in the World, Barbary Coast, Splendor and These Three.

Mandrill (2009)

Chilean action star Marko Zaror shows off the skills and charisma that made him a major box office draw in South America in this thriller. Mandrill (Zaror) became an orphan at an early age when a gang of thugs murdered his parents. The boy was taken in by his uncle Chone (Alejandro Castillo), who taught young Mandrill how to defend himself through an exhaustive course in the martial arts. Mandrill became a prodigy in battle, and now makes his living as a hit man; working for an underworld syndicate, he's a suave but deadly killer for hire who hopes to someday find and take out the men who killed his Mom and Dad.

Eszter hagyatéka (2008)

A woman (Eszter Nagy-Klzy) reunites with the man (Gyrgy Cserhalmi) who stole her heart, and money, years earlier.

Through the Glass (2008)

Through the Glass is an 2008 American-Nigerian comedy film, written, directed and produced by Stephanie Okereke. The film was nominated for Best Screenplay at the 5th Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2009.

Alice Goodbody (1974)

A Hollywood waitress attempts to rise to movie stardom when she becomes involved in the production of a rock musical.

That's My Face (2001)

In 1996, the filmmaker journeyed to the city Salvador Da Bahia - the African heart and soul of Brazil - seeking the identity of the spirits who haunt his dreams. Twenty years before, his mother made a parallel journey when she migrated with the family to Tanzania, East Africa in search of a mythic motherland. Shot entirely on silent Super 8 film by three generations of an African American family, "That's My Face" creates a mythopoetic feast of self-discovery.

Undisputed 3: Redemption (2010)

Eight elite fighters—prisoners from maximum security prisons around the world—are brought together by a powerful underground gambling syndicate for a secret, survival-of-the-fiercest battle competition. The prize: freedom for the champion…and a payday of millions to the organizers. Except the syndicate really doesn’t plan on allowing anyone to walk free. Scott Adkins (the fearsome Weapon XI in X-Men Origins: Wolverine) returns as Boyka in a spin-kicking, iron-fisted, ground-and-pound fury of martial arts mastery. With the odds against him overwhelming, Boyka will take on the syndicate his way. If his gambit works, it might send the whole scheme crashing down around them.

Crackdown (1991)

An out-of-control federal agent (Cliff De Young) hunts a drug lord with a lawman (Robert Beltran) in Peru.

Summer Days with Coo (2007)

Summer Days with Coo (河童のクゥと夏休み, Kappa no Kū to Natsuyasumi, lit. "Summer Vacation with Coo the Kappa") is a 2007 Japanese animated film about a kappa and its impact on an ordinary suburban family, directed by Keiichi Hara.

Holidays by the Sea (2011)

Holidays by the Sea (French: Ni à vendre ni à louer) is a 2011 French comedy film directed by Pascal Rabaté.

Wizards of the Demon Sword (1991)

Wizards of the Demon Sword is a 1991 film directed by Fred Olen Ray.

What a Difference a Day Made: Doris Day Superstar (2009)

The life and career of singer/actress Doris Day.

Safe Conduct (2002)

The film is about the French film industry from 1942 to 1944 during the Nazi occupation. The film focuses on assistant director and resistance fighter Jean Devaivre and screenwriter Jean Aurenche. Aurenche is on the move so that he doesn't have to write anything collaborationist. Devaivre is in dangerous political activity. Devaivre also works for the German production company Continental Films, where he is respected. On the other hand, Aurenche's scriptwriting doesn't help how he lives and he is a womanizer which causes him to procrastinate.

The Boy Who Cried Bitch (1991)

The Boy Who Cried Bitch is a 1991 American independent drama film directed by Juan Jose Campanella and starring Harley Cross, Karen Young, Jason Biggs (in his first speaking role), Jesse Bradford and Adrien Brody. It was Campanella's feature film debut. It was based on real events.

Time Of Fear (2002)

FBI Agent Cheryl Hammer (Cheryl Pollak) is sent to catch a killer with Jack (Nick Mancuso), the father of a victim. As they close in on the killer, a friend of Jack's is kidnapped and they race to save her before she becomes the next victim.

The Naked Cage (1986)

The Naked Cage is a 1986 American drama film written and directed by Paul Nicholas. The film stars Shari Shattuck, Angel Tompkins, Lucinda Crosby, Stacey Shaffer, Christina Whitaker and Nick Benedict. The film was released on March 7, 1986, by Cannon Film Distributors.

Dracula's Daughter (1936)

Hungarian countess Marya Zaleska seeks the aid of a noted psychiatrist, hoping to free herself of a mysterious evil influence.

Derelict (1930)

Derelict is a 1930 American Pre-Code adventure film directed by Rowland V. Lee and written by Grover Jones and William Slavens McNutt. The film stars George Bancroft, Jessie Royce Landis and William "Stage" Boyd. The film was released on November 22, 1930, by Paramount Pictures.

Trapped (2009)

As he prepares to celebrate the signing of an important contract, a wealthy businessman (Corbin Bernsen) faces betrayal from all sides.

Line of Sight (2012)

Lucas Brunelle rides with the fastest and most skilled urban bicyclists in the world.

Tucker and Dale vs Evil (2010)

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil is a 2010 Canadian-American comedy horror film written by Eli Craig and Morgan Jurgenson, directed by Eli Craig, and starring Alan Tudyk, Tyler Labine, Katrina Bowden, Jesse Moss, and Chelan Simmons. Tudyk and Labine play a pair of well-meaning hillbillies who are mistaken for killers by a group of clueless college students. The film premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival and received a limited release in the United States. It has an 84% approval rating at Rotten Tomatoes and a 65/100 rating on Metacritic.

Air: The Musical (2010)

Air: The Musical is an independent feature film directed by Jeremy Osbern. The movie received screenings in 2007 and 2008, and was officially released to DVD on 6 April 2010. AIR: The Musical was filmed and produced in Lawrence, Kansas between the years of 2004 and 2008.

Au Pair (1999)

Au Pair is a 1999 American made-for-television romantic comedy film starring Gregory Harrison and Heidi Noelle Lenhart. The film is the first in the Au Pair trilogy.

Daybreak (2003)

The lives of several residents (Pernilla August, Jakob Eklund, Marie Richardson) of a small Swedish town change over the course of 24 hours.

Deadly Dares: Truth or Dare Part IV (2011)

Tuner Downing (Casey Miracle) becomes obsessed with serial killer Mike Strauber (Joel D. Wynkoop) and he tries to follow in his footsteps. He commits a series of bloody murders in honor of his mentor and he breaks his hero out of prison.

The Legend of Suram Fortress (1986)

The Legend of the Suram Fortress (Georgian: ამბავი სურამის ციხისა) is a 1985 drama film directed by Georgian SSR-born Soviet-Armenian director Sergei Parajanov and Georgian actor Dodo Abashidze. Sergei Parajanov's first film after 15 years of censorship in the Soviet Union, it is a film stylistically linked with his earlier The Color of Pomegranates (1968): The film consists of a series of tableaux; once again minimal dialogue is used; the film abounds in surreal, almost oneiric power.

Looks and Smiles (1981)

Looks and Smiles is a 1981 British drama film directed by Ken Loach. It is based on the novel of the same name, written by Barry Hines. The film was entered into the 1981 Cannes Film Festival, where Loach won the Young Cinema Award.The film was shot in black-and-white entirely on location in Sheffield. There is some Yorkshire dialect in the film, although not as much as in previous Loach-Hines collaborations such as Kes and The Price of Coal. Despite this, the review in the New York Times complained that "a great deal of the dialogue remains unintelligible to the American ear."Ken Loach considered the film a failure and turned to making documentaries for several years afterwards, saying that the film failed to "create the outrage in the audience that should have been there". He also considered it "the end of an era" as he avoided long camera shots in subsequent films. A 2016 Guardian article wrote, "Even the most devoted fan found 1981’s Looks & Smiles painfully miserable". In support of the film, it has been held up as one of Ken Loach's film that does not propagate one political view heavily, as opposed to Fatherland or Land and Freedom

Lovers of 6 Years (2008)

Lovers of Six Years is a 2008 South Korean film starring Kim Ha-neul and Yoon Kye-sang as a couple in their late twenties who've been dating for six years, whose relationship faces difficult new tests.

International Settlement (1938)

International Settlement is a 1938 American drama film directed by Eugene Forde and starring Dolores del Rio, George Sanders and June Lang. It is set in the Shanghai International Settlement during the Sino-Japanese War. In the film, a gun runner falls in love with a beautiful French singer.

The Wife Master (2014)

When Bora turns 40, he still has no job and lives with his parents, but they finally kick him out, and his sleazy uncle offers him a chance to make money by marrying Cambodian women for green cards.

Abhimaan (1973)

Abhimaan (lit. Pride) is a 1973 Indian Hindi musical drama film starring Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Asrani and Bindu. It was directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. The film is perhaps best remembered for its songs, composed and arranged by the late S. D. Burman, written by Majrooh Sultanpuri, and sung by playback singers Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar, and Kishore Kumar. Film did above average business at box office as per the Bollywood trade magazine published at that time. Jaya Bachchan won the Filmfare Best Actress Award for Abhimaan. According to Aalif Surti film is based on troublesome marriage between two sitar maestros Ravi Sankar and Annapurna Devi. Also according to author Raju Bharatan, Hrishikesh Mukherjee based the film's story on the life of singer Kishore Kumar and his first wife, Ruma Ghosh although it has resemblances with the 1954 movie A Star Is Born. It was remade in Tamil in 1983 as Nenjamellam Neeye starring Mohan, Radha and Poornima Jayaram.

Le triomphe de Michel Strogoff (1961)

An officer of the Czar's army conceives a plan to rescue a young prince from his desert expedition against the Turks.

The Monster (1903)

The Monster is a 1903 French short silent trick film directed by Georges Méliès.

Sight (2008)

Sight is a 2008 horror film written and directed by Adam Ahlbrandt.

Charter Pilot (1940)

Charter Pilot is a 70-minute 1940 drama film, directed by Eugene Forde and produced by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. The film stars Lynn Bari, Lloyd Nolan, Arleen Whelan and George Montgomery. Charter Pilot depicts pilots flying cargo flights in the Honduras.

Tomie: Forbidden Fruit (2002)

Tomie: Forbidden Fruit is a 2002 Japanese horror film directed by Shun Nakahara. It is the fourth installment of the Tomie film series, based on an eponymous manga by Junji Ito.

The Man Who Wouldn't Talk (1940)

The Man Who Wouldn't Talk is a 1940 mystery film directed by David Burton and starring Lloyd Nolan, Jean Rogers and Richard Clarke. It is a remake of the 1929 film The Valiant which had starred Paul Muni, and based on a play of the same name. It was Nolan's first film for Twentieth Century Fox, where he went on to be a successful star of B Movie mysteries such as the Michael Shayne series. Nolan's portrayal of the lead character was deliberately more subdued than Muni's had been and the film was "opened up" with the addition of flashback scenes and other devices to make it less dialogue-based than the original.

RoboGeisha (2009)

RoboGeisha (ロボゲイシャ) is a 2009 Japanese sci-fi action B movie written and directed by Noboru Iguchi, visual effects directed by Tsuyoshi Kazuno, and special effects directed by Yoshihiro Nishimura. All three had previously worked together on The Machine Girl, and Nishimura worked on Tokyo Gore Police. The film premiered in theaters on October 3, 2009. The film's theme song is "Lost Control" by Art-School.

Memories of a Lost Love (2011)

A young man tries to leave his troubled past behind and leaves home to start over.

Bombay (1995)

Bombay is a 1995 Indian Tamil-language Indian romantic drama film directed by Mani Ratnam, starring Arvind Swami and Manisha Koirala in the lead. The film tells the story of an inter-religious family in Bombay before and during the Bombay riots, which took place between December 1992 and January 1993 after the demolition of the Babri Masjid led to religious tensions between Hindu and Muslim communities. It is the second in Ratnam's trilogy of films that depict human relationships against a background of Indian politics, including Roja (1992) and Dil Se.. (1998). The film was dubbed in Hindi, Telugu and Malayalam with the same title.

King of Devil's Island (2010)

King of Devil's Island (Norwegian: Kongen av Bastøy) is a 2010 Norwegian film directed by Marius Holst. The film premiered in Norway on 17 December 2010 and was next shown at the international film festivals of Sweden (January 2011), Rotterdam (February 2011). and during the Lübeck Nordic Film Days 2011. The story is based on true events that occurred at Bastøy Prison in Norway. Shooting for King of Devil's Island took place mostly in Estonia.

Deewaar (1975)

Deewaar is a 1975 Indian crime drama film, written by Salim-Javed, directed by Yash Chopra, and starring Shashi Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan, Neetu Singh, Nirupa Roy and Parveen Babi. Reflecting the tumultuous socio-political climate of 1970s India, Deewaar tells the story of a pair of impoverished brothers who, after their family is betrayed by the misplaced idealism of their father, struggle to survive in the slums of Bombay, and eventually find themselves on opposing sides of the law. The deewaar ("wall") of the title is the wall that has sprung up between the two brothers, drawn apart by fate and circumstances in a time of socio-political turmoil. Bachchan's character Vijay was loosely inspired by the real-life Bombay underworld gangster Haji Mastan.

The Back-up Bride (2011)

On the eve of Joe's (Daniel Bonjour) wedding, he runs into Amy (Leena Huff), the love of his life and the one who got away. He has one night to find out if there is a chance of getting Amy back before he settles by marrying Daisy (Jen Lilley).

Coroner Creek (1948)

Coroner Creek is an American 1948 Cinecolor western film directed by Ray Enright and starring Randolph Scott and Marguerite Chapman. It was based on the novel of the same name by Luke Short.

De Flat (1994)

De Flat is a 1994 Dutch mystery film directed by Ben Verbong.

...Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya (1997)

Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya is a 1997 Indian Hindi romance film directed by Rahul Rawail and starring Bobby Deol and Aishwarya Rai. This film marked the Hindi film debut for Aishwarya Rai. The film's music was composed by the celebrated Qawwali singer, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan who also makes a cameo appearance in the film. He died only a day after the film's release. The film managed to do average business at the box office.

Convict Stage (1965)

Convict Stage is a 1965 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Daniel Mainwaring. The film stars Harry Lauter, Don "Red" Barry, Jodi Mitchell, Hanna Landy, Joe Patridge and Eric Matthews. The film was released on June 17, 1965, by 20th Century Fox.

Blacktino (2011)

Stefan, an overweight half-black, half-Hispanic nerd, finds sanctuary among the social outcasts in his school's theater department.

Limbo (2010)

Limbo is a Norwegian drama film, written and directed by Maria Sødahl. The movie takes place in the 1970s and depicts a so-called expatriate-group at Trinidad, associated with the oil industry.

Hemo (2011)

Felicia (Pamela Price), How I Got Lost and Calvin (newcomer Kevin Petroff) are vampires living in post-Gatsby Long Island. Their method of obtaining their drug of choice is compromised when the local blood bank beefs up security, and they must resort to murder to get their fix. The advice of a friendly neighbor (Steve Dash, Friday the 13th Part 2) reinforces their desperate choice, but it's only a matter of time before their lifestyle turns poisonous and our addicts come face to face with the monsters they have become. Get bit!

Power Play (2002)

Power Play is a 2003 American action film directed by Joseph Zito and starring Dylan Walsh, Alison Eastwood, Tobin Bell and Brixton Karnes.

What Price Goofy? (1925)

A jealous woman (Katherine Grant) thinks her husband (Charley Chase) is having an affair.

Fort Courageous (1965)

Fort Courageous is a 1965 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Richard H. Landau. The film stars Fred Beir, Don "Red" Barry, Hanna Landy, Harry Lauter, Walter Reed and Joe Patridge. The film was released on May 1, 1965, by 20th Century Fox.

Fast Forward (2009)

Two best friends (Akshay Kapoor, Rehan Khan) take part in a high-energy dance competition.

Brass Bells (1999)

Saworoide is a 1999 film directed by Tunde Kelani and released through Mainframe Films and Television Productions.

Tarkieb (2000)

Tarkieb is a 2000 Indian crime drama film directed by Esmayeel Shroff and produced by Jay Mehta. It stars Nana Patekar, Tabu, Shilpa Shetty, Aditya Pancholi, Milind Soman and Ashutosh Rana in pivotal roles. The film was shot in Panchmarhi.

Girls' Dormitory (1936)

Girls' Dormitory is a 1936 American romance film directed by Irving Cummings.

Blind Heat (2001)

A man (Jeff Fahey) tries to negotiate the return of a kidnapped woman (Maria Conchita Alonso) whose wealthy husband refuses to pay the ransom.

Una ráfaga de plomo (1965)

The illegitimate son of an Arab chief uses deceit to achieve status.

Cloudburst (2011)

Cloudburst is a 2011 Canadian-American comedy-drama film by American-Canadian writer and director Thom Fitzgerald, starring Olympia Dukakis and Brenda Fricker, which premiered at the Atlantic Film Festival in Halifax, Nova Scotia on September 16, 2011. The film is an adaptation of Fitzgerald's 2010 play of the same name.