Gunblast Vodka (2001)

A woman's kidnapping leads a veteran cop (Gtz Otto) to a crime ring involving snuff films and Russian mobsters.

Greatest Hits (2012)

This exhilarating performance recorded live at the Church Street Station Theatre in Orlando, Florida (1984) features Dottie West with special guests Freddie Weller and Tom Wopat. West was one of the most successful and controversial performers to rise to popularity during the Nashville sound era. Like her friend and mentor Patsy Cline, West's battles for identity and respect within the male-dominated country music hierarchy were instrumental in enabling other female artists to gain control over the directions of their careers. West earned her first Top 40 hit in 1963 and was the first female country artist to win a Grammy Award for the chart-topper 'Here Comes My Baby.' A

Love And A Bullet (2002)

Treach of Naughty by Nature stars in this action-packed drama as Malik Bishop, a tough-as-nails gangster kid turned elite hit man. While staking out his next assignment - the innocent girlfriend of his notorious boss - Malik reflects on the dark path he's chosen but cannot escape. Torn between his sense of duty and his newfound sense of humanity, he finds that the only way out is a perilous showdown with men who are every bit as cold-blooded as he is.

Black Aura on an Angel (2004)

Following a major festival tour from NYC to DC to Paris to Budapest and dozens of cities in between, Black Aura on an Angel is available now on DVD. Black Aura on an Angel, based on true events, tells the story of a young professional who believes she has found true love in a seductive beauty only to discover her new love has a Jeyll-and-Hide personality. See what critics have called, "a superbly crafted, remarkably relevant film." "Faith Trimel fearlessly and sensitively navigates this territory in this very impressive directorial debut... a powerful and important film", The DVD is loaded with 46 minutes of extras including: Interactive Menus, Scene Selections, Theatrical Trailers and TV Spot, Cast and Crew information, Outtakes, Photos and Music Samples, Interview of Writer, Director Faith Trimel, Interview of Actress Sherry Richardson, French and Spanish Subtitles, Produced by Blue Butterfly Productions, LLC.

Blondie: Live at CBGB 1977 (2014)

This 47-minute piece of video verite captures an iconic band and front woman on the rise playing in their natural habitat: New York's legendary CBGB. Director Rod Swenson was on hand one sweaty night in 1977 to document Blondie ripping through a good part of their debut album while also throwing in some incredible covers from The Yardbirds, The Runaways and Freddy Cannon. The video is lifted and digitized right off the original videotapes, retaining a grit that makes the viewer feel like they were actually there that night as Blondie and punk rock was in the midst of firming its grip on the city. Highlights include In The Sun, Man Overboard, A Shark In Jets Clothing, In The Flesh, X-Offender, Rip Her To Shreds, I Love Playing With Fire and a special rehearsal clip of Denis.

Blonde in Bondage (1957)

A reporter (Mark Miller) tries to help a drug-addicted cabaret dancer (Anita Thallaug) who has criminal ties to the Swedish underworld.

Forgiven (2006)

A pardoned death row inmate seeks out the District Attorney who wrongly prosecuted him.

Sherpa: The Proving Grounds (2002)

From the perilous origins of Himalayan mountaineering, and the first expeditions to utilise the unique strengths of the Sherpa tribe, this fascinating film takes the viewer through the arduous training programme of the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and the extraordinary young women who strive to become a part of the backbone of modern -day high-altitude expeditions. Featuring Mount Everest legend Nawang Gombu, this revealing documentary examines the prestigious Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and its accomplished, although unknown, climbing instructors. The film features exclusive access to the Institute?s training grounds of the Rathong Valley in Sikkim, India.

Mastodon - Live at Brixton (2013)

On February 11, 2012, Mastodon took the stage at London's O2 Academy, Brixton capping off the band's world tour for their fifth studio album, "The Hunter." This sold out performance was the band's first show at Brixton. In addition to performing their latest songs "Curl of the Burl," "Black Tongue," and "Dry Bone Valley" the band dug into their catalog performing "Colony of Birchmen," "Capillarian Crest," and "Iron Tusk." Critics said this 23-song set list captures "an intense display of dark riffs and crushing choruses." Rolling Stone says "'The Hunter' demonstrates how contemporary radio rock can still be made with imagination, precision and a majestic sense of force."

A Survey of Open Space (2013)

Beginning at the Mexican border, two urbanites embark on a 4,000-mile bicycle trip to find the last wild place in America.

La Clave 7 (1999)

After the deaths of several DEA agents, the Mexican government launches a ferocious operative named "Code 7" to capture the one responsible- the powerful drug lord Pedro Aviles. Only one thing stands in their way; how will they ever capture the man that is the most hated, loved, respected, feared and perhaps also protected by corrupt authorities? Pedro Aviles decides to fight back, and together with his most trusted allies, El Gitano and El Culiche, declare war on those sent to hunt them down.

Soul of the Slums (1931)

(1931) William Collier, Jr., Blanche Mehaffey, Walter Long, James Bradbury, Jr. Collier finishes a stretch in the big house with only one thing in mind--revenge. Right after he leaves prison, he buys a gun and sets out after the rat who framed him. Gritty, well-done early indie crime thriller. Pretty cool climax featuring a big explosion. Mehaffey's good as the gangster's gal pal who falls for Collier, and Long is always good as a sleazy thug. 16mm.

The Corn Is Green (1945)

Determined to educate the town's illiterate children, spinster schoolteacher L.C. Moffat (Bette Davis) opens a school in the tiny Welsh coal-mining community of Glansarno. Battling the contrary local squire (Nigel Bruce), Miss Moffat becomes increasingly discouraged until she sees extraordinary potential in one of her older students, Morgan Evans (John Dall). When Morgan fathers a child out of wedlock, the teacher fears her pupil's chance at an Oxford education may be destroyed.

16-love (2012)

Sidelined with an injury, a young tennis champ (Lindsey Shaw) finally has a chance to experience what life is like for a normal teenager.

All Over the Town (1949)

A powerful advertiser clashes with a newspaper editor when he tries to push through a crooked housing deal.

American Mind Control: MK Ultra (2014)

Filmmaker Philip Gardiner investigates a secret CIA project that drugged, raped, tortured and murdered innocent citizens.

The Super Weapon (1976)

For the serious Martial Artist, "The Super Weapon" is the on documentary that boasts no trick photography or special effects. All of this incredible action is totally real. Starring the masters of Martial Arts, including Ron VanClief, you will see in great depth the difference between the various kinds of fighting such as Karate, Kung Fu, Jui Jitsu, Tae Kwan Do, Tai Chi, Aikido and others. At last audiences have a chance to see human acts that defy human pain. Tasks that appear supernatural to us are mere tools of control in the hands of masters. "The Super Weapon" is a a brilliant inside look at the incredible reality of the Oriental world of self-defense.

Secrets of the Clown (2007)

After the brutal murder of his best friend Jim, Bobbie is haunted by a presence. His girlfriend Val is distant and appears to have secrets of her own. Then the nightmares begin. Through the nightmares Bobbie uncovers clues regarding the murderer's identity. With the killer still on the loose, bodies piling up, and time running out, Bobbie hires a psychic to contact his deceased friend Jim. But some secrets were never meant to be revealed. The dreams will guide him, the secrets will blind him, the murders haunt him. Only together will they unlock the "Secrets of the Clown".

Lust (1994)

The narrator ponders her sex life while tracking her errant husband with a balloon'the balloon as woman, woman as balloon in LUST, using camera and special effects by Steve Bull and music by Carl Schurz. LUST was "Director's Choice" at the Atlanta Film and Video Festival, received the Experimental Narrative Award at the Athens Film/Video Festival; and was featured at New American Makers, Cast Iron TV, 8e Festival International du Film de Vol Libre, DCTV, Opera Plaza Cinema, Shameless Shorts, Lifestyle TV, and MoMA. Super 8mm + VHS.

Wagonmasters (2014)

Station wagons were America's "workhorses on wheels." Today, they conjure images of outdated family photos, over-sized hairdos and unfashionable wooden siding. In 2011, Volvo - the leading premium wagon manufacturer - will discontinue the sale of its last wagon model in the United States. There are some, however, who still cling to these vehicles and what they stand for in American culture. Wagonmasters, a full-length documentary film, offers glimpses into the lives of such wagon enthusiasts, and tells the story of the station wagon as it represents a changing America over the last one hundred years.

The Red Tail (2009)

Following a strike against Northwest Airlines, Roy Koch and his daughter meet the man who got his job after it was outsourced to China.

La muerte de un gallero (1977)

Esta es la historia de un experto en gallos de peleas y su gran amigo, el hombre más rico y poderoso del pueblo, quien a base de malos tratos y de trampas logra casarse con una bella dama, quien sin embargo está enamorada del experto en gallos.

Zatôichi the Fugitive (1963)

The blind swordsman is caught between two gang bosses and must fight his way out of an intense territorial dispute.

Guest in the House (1944)

A disturbed girl (Anne Baxter) with a heart condition moves in with her doctor and flirts with his married brother (Ralph Bellamy).

Death Is Nimble, Death Is Quick (1966)

Two Americans rescue an American heiress in the uncharted jungles and "new world" cities of Ceylon.

Bamboo Gods and Iron Men (1974)

Filipino gangsters hound a trio (James Iglehart, Shirley Washington, Chiquito) whose carved Buddha hides something to control the world.

I Love Melvin (1953)

Insignificant assistant photographer Melvin Hoover (Donald O'Connor) is instantly love-struck after meeting struggling actress and chorus line dancer Judy LeRoy (Debbie Reynolds). To win her over, Melvin greatly embellishes the importance of his position at a trendy magazine, claiming that with his help Judy could appear on the magazine's cover. Their budding romance is threatened, however, when Melvin's ploy is exposed to Judy and her entire family during a staged photo shoot.

Obselidia (2010)

George is a lonely librarian and does not believe in love until he takes a road trip with a projectionist named Sophie.

Demon (2013)

A string of bizarre murders in Florida puts a federal agent (Jasmine Waltz) on the trail of a perfect killing machine.

Across the Plains (1939)

A man (Jack Randall) raised by Indians fights his long-lost brother raised by the outlaws who killed their parents.

All The Way Home (1963)

A boy, his mother (Jean Simmons) and relatives react to the car-crash death of his father (Robert Preston) in 1915 Knoxville, Tenn.

Delinquent Daughters (1944)

Sleazy nightclub owner Nick (Jon Dawson) runs one of the most hopping spots in town. It's especially popular with teenagers, who are allowed to engage in decadent activities as long as they are chaperoned by an adult. But Nick isn't just getting teenagers drunk and having the girls, like June (June Carlson) and Sally (Teala Loring), party with older men. He's also got them committing armed robbery. However, the good times can only last so long, as the teens quickly discover.

Beware Of Ladies (1936)

Racketeers and rivals attack a candidate (Donald Cook) for district attorney and his newswoman girlfriend (Judith Allen).

The Clown (1953)

A famous clown named Dodo Delwyn (Red Skelton) is now down on his luck. Because of his drinking, he's forced to play cheap burlesque shows. His son Dink (Tim Considine) believes in his father and tries to help Dodo's old agent, Goldie (Loring Smith), get him a good gig, but the attempt is unsuccessful. Dink is sent to live with his mother, Paula (Jane Greer), who has remarried -- but, when the boy returns, Dodo is inspired to give show business one more shot.

Reborn (1981)

A televangelist (Dennis Hopper) sends his helper (Michael Moriarty) to Italy to recruit a special woman (Antonella Murgia) for their stage show.

Tarr Béla: I Used to Be a Filmmaker (2014)

An illuminating and extremely rare documentary profile of one of the great filmmakers of our time, Bela Tarr. Filmed during the production of The Turin Horse, his final film, Tarr Bela: I Used To Be A Filmmaker features clips, behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with longtime collaborators such as Mihaly Vig, Erika Bok and Tarr's wife and co-director Agnes Hranitzky.

Jews in Space (2006)

Sixteen years after she gave him a farewell kiss. Santiago is reunited with his cousin Luciana, when she returns home to Buenos Aires from New York. When their curmudgeonly grandfather, Mauricio, has a near death experience, Luciana decides to take family matters into her own hands and prepare the traditional Passover Seder. Funny, witty and heartwarming, this film shows us the dynamics of a Jewish family that stays together despite the pressures that threaten to bring it apart.

Eden Let Your Spirits Soar (1996)

A rigid teacher (Dylan Walsh) believes that he alone understands his gravely ill wife (Joanna Going), but so does an idealistic student (Sean Patrick Flanery) of hers.

Grace (2009)

In the wake of a horrific car accident that kills her husband, Michael (Stephen Park), expectant mother Madeline Matheson (Jordan Ladd) discovers that her daughter, Grace, has died in the womb. Ignoring her doctor's warnings that the fetus must be removed from her body, a grief-stricken Matheson demands to carry the child to term -- even if it endangers her own life to do so. Curiously, little Grace emerges undead -- and with a craving for human blood.

Crossing Bridges (2007)

Crossing Bridges is a multi-award winning film by British writer-director Mark Norfolk starring Jason Rose, Kelli Kerslake, Jeffery Kissoon and Elisabeth Dahl. A highlight of the movie is an amazing rock soundtrack by Kerry Hope Kavanagh and The Fellows with sound design by Vanesa Lorena Tate. The movie's narrative centres around senior citizen, Julius Beauregard who is accused of a crime which causes him to lose his job, his wife and his only child. With nowhere left to turn he decides to end it all but then out of the blue he meets an Angel whom he takes on a fascinating journey through the entrails of his fractured mind along the bridges of London. The film premiered in Paris in 2007 as an Official Selection of the European Independent Film Festival. It later won Best Editing at the Cyprus International Film Festival in Nicosis, Cyprus and was a selection at London UK Film Focus before winning an Independent Spirit Award at the Screen Nation Film & Television Awards, sometimes labelled the UK's black Oscars. In 2008 Crossing Bridges won the Audience Award at the Corinthian International Film Festival in Korinthos, Greece and in 2010 picked up a Special Mention at the Black International Cinema Festival in Berlin, Germany.

Aesop's Fables (1971)

Every day thousands of kids read Aesop's fables and are transported to an enchanted world. Through these enjoyable and instructive stories, their experience of life is enhanced. The fables, usually involving personified animals, are a popular choice for moral education of children today. They are narrated here vividly with graphic animation. ** The Ant and the Dove: One good turn deserves another. The dove helps the ant that is struggling for life. And the ant, in spite of being small, comes to the dove's help at a crucial moment. * The Donkey's Burden: A donkey who keeps switching jobs finds out the great truth about contentment. * The Bundle of Sticks: Find out how a father teaches his sons learn about the power of unity.. The story has a moral for parents too on how to make children see light! * The Lion and the Mouse: Can a mouse save a lion? He can.. as you will find out from this story. No one can be so small as to be ignored. * The Tortoise and the Eagle: A tortoise wants to fly like an eagle. But finally, the truth dawns upon him. * The Caged Bird and the Bat: Precautions are useless after the crisis - A beautiful story featuring a parrot and a bat. * The Dancing Monkeys: It is hard to change the qualities that one is born with. In this tale an eccentric king, makes the monkeys of the town dress up and dance like humans. But on seeing peanuts, they cast their dance outfits to reveal the creatures they truly are; monkeys. * The Dog and the Cook: Those who enter through the backdoor might just be thrown out of the window. This moral unravels beautifully with a street dog and a pet dog from a good home. * The Bear and the Two Travelers: Never leave a friend who believes you. This important principle is well told through two friends who chance upon a bear during their travels. * The Right Choice: An interesting tale on how focus leads to victory. This is a beautiful story of a fox, a tortoise and a cat, who each plot their escape craftily. * Too

Kill Django...Kill First (1971)

Kill Django... Kill First is a 1971 "spaghetti western" shot in Italy for an American audience. Its plot involves a young man named Johnny who makes friends with an old prospector in a small western town. When the old man strikes gold on his claim, a group of criminals allied with a corrupt banker try to take the land from him. However, Johnny and his friends step up with their guns to defend the old man.

Didier (1997)

After magically transforming into human form, a former dog becomes the salvation of a failing French soccer team.

Final Incident (2000)

The Final Incident

14 Bis Ao Vivo (2007)

Recorded live at the Grande Teatro Palácio das Artes in Belo Horizonte, this concert includes the band's biggest hits and features artists like Beto Guedes, Rogerio Flausino, Marcus Viana and Flavio Venturini. The show presents all the musical influences that shaped 14 Bis original and unique sound: music from Minas Gerais, corner club, classical music, progressive rock and rock'n'roll.

Exsanguination (2011)

While attempting to change a flat tire on his van in a dimly lit parking lot, a man (Mark T. Lee) is brutally attacked from behind and injected in the neck with a hypodermic needle. Hours later, the man regains consciousness and finds himself inside a small dark room shackled to the floor with both wrists slashed just a few feet away from a complete stranger (Shane Land) in the exact same predicament. Gradually hemorrhaging, the two men get to know one another as they ponder their deadly circumstance and try to keep each other awake for fear of becoming comatose.

Lizard Man (2012)

Haunted by a terrifying incident in his past, billionaire Bill Hansen seeks revenge by enlisting a team of mercenaries and a television personality to capture and exploit a dangerous lizard-like creature.

Jekyll and Hyde ... Together Again (1982)

Dr. Jekyll (Mark Blankfield) inhales white powder and becomes an obnoxious Southern Californian.

Just The Way You Are (1984)

Despite her success as a professional flute player and the constant attention of men around her, Susan Berlanger (Kristy McNichol) feels insecure because of her lame right leg. During a European tour, Susan decides to cover her leg with a cast to see how people will react to her as a nondisabled person. At a French ski resort, Susan meets Peter Nichols (Michael Ontkean), an attractive photographer. As the two grow closer, Susan must decide whether to tell Peter about her disability.

Jekyll & Hyde (1990)

A Victorian London doctor (Michael Caine) messes with nature, drinks a potion and frees his bad side.

The James Dean Story (1957)

This profiles the "East of Eden," "Rebel Without a Cause" and "Giant" star who died at 24 in a 1955 car crash.

Just Looking (1999)

It's 1955. Lenny is a 14-year old boy who is totally fascinated by sex. He is too scared to "do it," so he dedicates his summer to seeing two other people do it. Easier said than done. Caught in the act of spying, his mother and stepfather ship him off to spend the summer with his aunt and uncle in "the country" -- Queens. His plan looks like a bust and his summer seems destined for boredom, until he meets a whole new group of friends -- young teens who have a "sex club."

Jogwa - The Awakening (2009)

An Indian woman struggles to free herself from an archaic system of servitude.

Just 45 Minutes From Broadway (2012)

Old family secrets come to light during a family gathering to meet the fiance of the older of two sisters.

Joe The King (1999)

A teen (Noah Fleiss) with an alcoholic, abusive father (Val Kilmer) and a harsh mother (Karen Young) turns to theft to vent his frustrations.

Just A Little Harmless Sex (1999)

A woman (Alison Eastwood) decides to get revenge after she receives a 3 a.m. call from the police because her husband (Robert Mailhouse) picked up a prostitute.

Jungle Emperor Leo (1997)

Greedy humans searching for precious stones enter the habitat of a white lion (Yoshiko Ohta) and his family.

Jacko (1995)

Jack-O is a horror movie. It is about a wizard's revenge. This horror movie features Jack-O. He was a wizard who was put to death long ago for his crimes. He has come back to seek his revenge on the family that kept him from coming back to life. This family has grown and spread out over the years. This wizard is accidentally released and is hunting them down. The focus of this movie is on the revenge of the wizard. The family he hunts has many members in modern times. He wants to get his revenge on all of them.

Judgment (1990)

Based on a true story, this film focuses on a husband and wife -- Pete (Keith Carradine) and Emmeline Guitry (Blythe Danner) -- whose faith in the Roman Catholic Church is rocked when they discover that their child (Michael Faustino) was molested by a priest (David Strathairn). Pete no longer wants to attend church, but Emmeline cannot abandon her faith. Only when they find out that other children were molested, and that the church has covered it up, do they proceed with legal action.

The Jayne Mansfield Story (1980)

She (Loni Anderson) becomes a Hollywood sex symbol of the 1950s and marries bodybuilder Mickey Hargitay (Arnold Schwarzenegger).

Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris (1975)

This movie musical, an adaptation of the cult-favorite off-Broadway revue, presents dramatic English versions of songs by revered Belgian singer-songwriter Jacques Brel. With no overarching narrative, the film shifts considerably in tone and visuals from tune to tune, inventively evoking Brel's dark humor and his obsessions with death, depravity and hedonism. The production also features segments with puppets, adding to the show's highly eccentric atmosphere.

A Dream of Passion (1978)

An actress (Melina Mercouri) preparing for a stage version of "Medea" meets a mother (Ellen Burstyn) who killed her three children.

Knuckle (2011)

Twelve years. Three clans. One war.

I Melt With You (2011)

Four college pals reminisce about their glory days during a sex-and-drug-fueled retreat, but events take a dark turn when they are faced with a secret from the past.

I Want You (1998)

Helen (Rachel Weisz), a young woman living in an English coastal town, is the object of desire for 14-year-old Honda (Luka Petrusic), a mute refugee who secretly records the conversations of everyone around him. When Helen's former lover, Martin (Alessandro Nivola), returns home after being released from jail, he watches her from a distance and hopes to rekindle their past relationship. As Helen is drawn to Martin, Honda plots to use his secret tapes to gain her affection.

Is There Life Out There? (1994)

A husband (Keith Carradine) and wife (Reba McEntire) deal with the pressures involved with her going back to school.

If You Are the One (2008)

Inventor Qin Fen (You Ge) is well-off, but lonely and insecure. He wants to meet girls and decides to pursue Internet dating. After a series of unsuccessful blind dates, Qin Fe meets Smiley (Shu Qi), a beautiful flight attendant. Qin Fen is immediately taken with Smiley, but believes she is out of his league and doesn't pursue her romantically. Nevertheless, the two become friends and form a tight bond after Qin Fen takes Smiley on a trip to Japan.

I Trust You To Kill Me (2006)

Actor Kiefer Sutherland works as road manager for the music group Rocco DeLuca & the Burden.

Insecticidal (2005)

Giant, mutated bugs terrorize scantily clad sorority sisters after a science project goes awry.

A Man In Uniform (1993)

Henry Adler (Tom McCamus), an outwardly normal banker, yearns to make it in show business and still answers to his overbearing father (David Hemblen). When Henry is hired to act in a television police drama, he realizes his big break has arrived and decides to do whatever it takes to get into the role -- even if that means donning his police costume in public during off hours. It isn't long, however, before Henry begins to take the law into his own hands as his violent side chillingly emerges.

The Incredible Sarah (1976)

The legendary actress Sarah Bernhardt's (Glenda Jackson) unconventional life and career are examined in this biopic. At an audition in 1860, the teenage Bernhardt proclaims herself the greatest actress of her time. Her career blossoms, as does her private life. But art and life don't stay balanced, much to the frustration of her lovers. The eccentric Bernhardt eventually does marry another actor (John Castle), but it's her life on stage that ultimately gives her the most satisfaction.

Islands in the Stream (1977)

A Hemingwayesque artist (George C. Scott) plays and drinks in the 1940s Bahamas, visited by his first wife (Claire Bloom) and three sons.

I Want What I Want (1972)

An Englishman undergoing a sexual identity crisis moves into a boardinghouse and disguises himself as woman.

The Decameron (1971)

A series of stories revolves around an aspiring painter (Franco Citti), nuns, a gardener, a priest and a husband.

Bienvenue parmi nous (2012)

A heartwarming story adapted from Eric Holder's novel, director Jean Becker takes a washed-up artist and a troubled teen on an exhilarating road trip through the beautiful landscapes of France's western seaboard...both looking for a reason to live and love life again.

Destruction Kings (2006)

Paranormal investigators (Chris Seaver, Casey Bowker) battle classic monsters.

The 7th Floor (2013)

Septimo is a 2014 suspense thriller. In this dark and mysterious film a couple discovers that their children are missing after running down the stairs from the family's seventh floor apartment. After questioning everyone who lives nearby, the couple struggles to understand how no one saw the children leave the building. It eventually becomes apparent that everyone has something to hide. When the couple begins to investigate on their own, they realize that any lead they get from a neighbor or friend is a dead end. There is a conspiracy going on around them, and to find the children they must solve the mystery.

Trouble in Paradise (1989)

A U.S. diplomat's widow (Raquel Welch) and a coarse Australian sailor (Jack Thompson) are marooned with something smugglers want.

Bling: Blood, Diamonds and Hip Hop (2007)

Musicians visit Sierra Leone to examine hip-hop's role in illegal diamond trading.

Table For Three (2009)

A jilted man (Brandon Routh) shares his apartment with a seemingly ideal couple (Jesse Bradford, Sophia Bush) who intrude on his life.

Smoky (1966)

Cowboy Clint Barkley (Fess Parker) domesticates a wild horse, quickly forming a bond with "Smoky," but his hated brother joins the staff at the ranch owned by Julie Richards (Diana Hyland) and soon plans to use the horse as a means of paying a debt. Smoky escapes, and Clint searches in vain for the escaped animal. Clint joins the service during World War II, and when he gets back home he finds Smoky, sadly realizing that the horse has met with some bad fortune in his absence.

Atom Age Vampire (1960)

A reptilian professor (Albert Lupo) restores a scarred singer's (Susanne Loret) beauty with serum from the dead.

Hard Choices (1985)

Teenager Bobby (Gary McCleery) makes a fateful decision when he goes out for a drive with his older brothers. After they rob a store and kill a police officer, Bobby is captured and set to be tried as an adult for murder -- even though he claims he had no part in the crime. Social worker Laura (Margaret Klenck) believes Bobby and wants to help. But it becomes clear that the system will show no mercy, and, in order to save his life, Laura makes a fateful decision of her own.

Watchers Of The Sky (2014)

The life of Raphael Lemkin, the man who first used the term genocide.

Barney: Let's Go To The Farm (2005)

Let's Go To The Farm was originally filmed in 1994, capturing a year of life and work on Elgin Spring Farm in New Haven, Vermont, with the Bessette Family and Mac Parker. It immediately became a great favorite with kids and parents, alike -- thanks to its lively storytelling, beautiful cinematography, the easy humor and camaraderie between Mac and the Bessettes, engaging music, and intelligent content and pacing. A whole generation of Vermont children were nurtured by the daily ritual of watching Let's Go To The Farm, doing chores and kicking up their heels with Mac and the Bessettes -- while their hardworking parents got an hour to focus on their own tasks, knowing their kids were happily absorbed and in good hands. Let's Go To The Farm won top awards, including Best Children's Video 1995 Notable Award from the American Library Association; Parent's Choice Award Winner; Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award, and several more (see It also garnered glowing reviews from the national press. Publisher's Weekly praised Let's Go To The Farm as "a superior live-action video that will have even the most jaded viewer riveted to the screen." Los Angeles Times wrote, "Farm takes top honors among several new offerings... Beautifully filmed, informative, and narrated with easy humor..." And the Washington Post: "Farm's carefully crafted child level script, camera work, tight editing, and soundtrack are PBS ready..." "Let's Go To The Farm is a winner." wrote Providence Journal-Bulletin. Even more impressive than these national honors, Let's Go To The Farm inspired such enthusiasm among its fans that hundreds of families made the pilgrimage to Elgin Spring Farm, to visit the Bessettes in person and "see how the milk is made" first hand. The Bessettes have welcomed visitors from all across the country, extending their warm Vermont hospitality to

Orientations: Chris Doyle - Stirred But Not Shaken (2001)

A documentary on the life and work of maverick cinematographer; Chris Doyle. This film showcases Doyle's work using footage from his films such as Gus Van Sant's remake of Psycho. The film contains fascinating shots of Hong Kong street life in the city that Doyle has come to love and call his home and draw upon in his work. It is an intimate look at Doyle and his art with contributions from Wong Kar Wai; the acclaimed Hong Kong film director ("In the Mood for Love"), and others who have worked alongside him.

It Happened In Brooklyn (1947)

After returning home from the war, soldier Danny Miller (Frank Sinatra) heads straight to his old stomping grounds in Brooklyn, N.Y. He's determined to attain success as a singer -- and help his friends reach their own dreams along the way. Danny moves in with old chum Nick Lombardi (Jimmy Durante) and falls head-over-heels in love with schoolteacher Anne Fielding (Kathryn Grayson). But will an upper-crust acquaintance (Peter Lawford) wreck his new romance?

UFO Chronicles: Alien Science and Spirituality (2013)

UFO Chronicles: Alien Science and Spirituality is the tale of Monsignor Corrado Balducci, who was the highest ranking member of the Catholic church to make a public statement about extraterrestrial life. Balducci is highly respected within the church holding such positions as the official Exorcist of Rome and for serving as a diplomat in Washington DC. In his talks he brings up the fact that the human race has been dealing with aliens while the official story has been that they do not exists. UFO Chronicles shows the work Bladucci has done to tell people the truth on this subject. From speeches to radio shows Bladucci tells everything he knows about this controversial topic.

Patmos (1985)

John the apostle receives a vision of the Book of Revelations during his imprisonment on the island of Patmos.

Peninsula (2014)

Peninsula is a documentary about surfing in Italy, its history and its present state. It portrays italian surfing though the exploration of much of the italian coastline and describes the passion and dedication of the people that made and are still making what is the italian surf scene nowadays. It is entirely shot in 35mm, 16mm and super8 film and contains exclusive and unseen archival footage provided by some of the italian surfing pioneers. In the words of director and producer Luca Merli: ?Peninsula is the tale of a journey, that started more than two years ago, to discover and describe where surfing in Italy came from and what it?s like now?. Behind the movie is creative couple Luca Merli and Matteo Ferrari, authors of Onde Nostre (Official Selection of ISFFA 2011, Honolulu Museum of Art 2012, San Diego Surf Film Festival 2012 and many more), with precious contributions by Giovanni ?Sbrokked? Barberis (camera & editing), Gabriele Minelli (music consultant) Luca Barcellona (lettering & graphics), Fabio Colombo (coloring), Pino Castellet (sound design) and Jack Jaselli, Erlend Oye and many other artists for the soundtrack

Remote Area Medical (2013)

The pioneers of no-cost health care clinics treat 2,000 patients over three days near Bristol, Tenn.

Two Plus Two (2012)

When the fun of double dating begins to grow old, Richard and Bettina share a dirty little secret with their friends Diego and Emilia. They live a double life as swingers and would love to share this practice with them. In this hilarious erotic comedy, two couples explore their sexual boundaries while juggling their everyday lives with kids and soccer practice.

Potpourri (2011)

Philosophy students badly underestimate the effects of some illegal drugs they took in an attempt to understand the mind-bending concepts of their course.

Tammy Pescatelli: Finding the Funny (2013)

Wife and mother Tammy Pescatelli, winner of Comedy Central's "Stand-up Showdown," lives the same life that you do -- except that she makes it seem hilarious in this spirited one-hour comedy special.

Sesame Street: Elmo Loves You! (2009)

Elmo is making a super special surprise card for someone Elmo really loves, but a gust of wind blows it away! Rosita joins Elmo to chase after the card but they can't reach it. Can Super Grover use his heroic powers to save the day? Join Elmo, Rosita and Grover as they learn about love, emotions and friendship in this love-ly tale featuring the new song "Elmo Loves You" and a special music video about signing "I Love You." There's lots of love on Sesame Street and remember, Elmo Loves You! Special celebrity appearances from Trisha Yearwood, John Legend and R.E.M.!

Timeless (1996)

While coping with his alcoholic father, a New York City teen (PeterByrne) tries to rescue a girl (Melissa Duge) from her pimp (Michael Griffiths).

Texas Gun Fighter (1932)

(1932, Tiffany) Ken Maynard, Sheila Mannors, Harry Woods. Ken is an outlaw gang member who decides to go straight. He later becomes sheriff in a small town, but his old pals soon arrive and cause trouble. They want Ken to help them rob a vault filled with gold! Ken resists but is later blamed for the crime. It's a race against time as Ken tries to clear himself by catching the real crooks. Good fun. 16mm.

The Legend of the Sky Kingdom (2003)

Three orphans escape from an underground city's gold mines and go in search of a celestial kingdom.

Exiled to Shanghai (1937)

A newsreel man (Wallace Ford) has a plan to revolutionize television.

MindScans (2013)

While researching a story about an interface that connects the brain to a virtual reality device, reporter Sara Lincoln struggles with the technology's social and moral implications as the lines between her ethics, the virtual world, and reality blur.