Carlitos and the Chance of a Lifetime (2008)

A boy fights to play soccer while trying to be true to himself.

Strong as a Lion (2003)

Lejontämjaren (The Lion Tamer) is a Swedish film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 7 February 2003, directed by Manne Lindwall.

Kill Me Please (2010)

Kill Me Please is a 2010 French-Belgian comedy film directed by Olias Barco.

Mickey the Kid (1939)

Mickey the Kid is a 1939 film.

God Went Surfing With The Devil (2010)

God Went Surfing with the Devil is a 2010 surfing documentary directed by Alexander Klein that follows the story of a group of activists who are trying to get a shipment of 23 surfboards into the Gaza strip. The group is met with several problems, including the border of Gaza being sealed by Israel. The DVD was released in the US on May 24, 2011 and shortly thereafter was distributed on Netflix.

The Sandmen (2000)

Alain (Serge Riaboukine) is a middle-aged caf owner who, despite living in the midst of a crime-ridden and drug-fueled Parisian street, has managed to keep his nose clean -- until, that is, the young, beautiful but dangerous Marie (Marina Golovine) bursts into his life and begs for his help tracking down the men who murdered her brother Antoine (Mathieu Demy). Now this regular businessman must find a way to survive in the Paris underworld while he seeks vengeance.

In the City of Sylvia (2007)

In the City of Sylvia is a 2007 film directed by José Luis Guerín. The film follows a young man credited only as 'Él' (English:'Him') as he wanders central Strasbourg in search of Sylvia, a woman he asked for directions in a bar six years earlier.

La méridienne (1988)

Lounge Chair is a 1988 Swiss-French drama film directed by Jean-François Amiguet. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival. The film was selected as the Swiss entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 61st Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Killer (1998)

Killer is a 1998 French-Kazakhstani crime drama film directed by Darezhan Omirbaev.

Serious Charge (1959)

Serious Charge (also known as A Touch of Hell) is a British 1959 film now most notable for being Cliff Richard’s screen acting début in a minor supporting role. Directed by Terence Young, and written and produced by Mickey Delamar, the film was adapted from a stage play written by Philip King.

The Flight of the Bee (1998)

In a small village in Tajikistan, a wealthy bully erects an outhouse at the edge of his property, right next to the window of his neighbor, a struggling educator. Revolted by the continual stench, and convinced that that the rich man is spying on his wife from the toilet, the teacher implores the mayor to intercede. The mayor declines to do anything, so the teacher decides to build his own giant latrine by way of revenge, and starts digging a gigantic hole in the earth.

Carmen G (2012)

Carmen's (Pierangeli Llinas) fervent dream is to find her lost son.

Machine Gun Mama (1944)

Machine Gun Mama is a 1944 American musical comedy film directed by Harold Young. It was PRC's attempt to feature a comedy team to compete with Universal's Abbott and Costello and Paramount's Road to ... movies and their entry in the Good Neighbor Policy film genre of the time where the United States presented both a positive image to Latin and South America as well as stimulating American tourism to the region. Harold Young had also directed the live action portions of Walt Disney's The Three Caballeros. The film had the working titles Mexican Fiesta and Moonlight Fiesta but is also known as Tropical Fury as an American TV title of the film.

Midnight Frolics (1949)

Various strip teases, dance routines, comedic performances, tumblers and vocal acts performed at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles.

Legends of Flight (2010)

Through the eyes of chief test pilot Mike Carriker, we will see how a century of aviation trial and error and some of the seminal airplanes of the 20th century influenced the design of the Airbus 380 and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

As Summers Die (1986)

As Summers Die is a 1986 American made-for-television drama film starring Scott Glenn, Jamie Lee Curtis, Bette Davis and Beah Richards, directed by Jean-Claude Tramont. The film is loosely based on Winston Groom's 1980 novel of the same name about greed, bigotry and justice in late 1950s segregationist southern Louisiana. It was filmed in Valdosta, Georgia and premiered on HBO on May 18, 1986. It was later released on VHS.

Somewhere (2010)

Stephen Dorff and Elle Fanning star in Academy Award® winner Sofia Coppola's witty and moving story about the special bond between a father and his daughter. Actor Johnny Marco (Dorff) is leading the fast-paced lifestyle of a tabloid celebrity. He's comfortably numb with his life of women and pills when his 11-year-old daughter, Cleo (Fanning), unexpectedly arrives at his room at Hollywood's legendary Chateau Marmont hotel. Their time together encourages Johnny to re-question his life in ways he never expected.

Galloping Romeo (1933)

Galloping Romeo is a 1933 American Pre-Code Western released by Monogram Pictures, written and directed by Robert N. Bradbury and starring Bob Steele.

Don't Turn the Other Cheek (1971)

Long Live Your Death (aka Don't Turn the Other Cheek!, originally titled Viva la muerte... tua!) is a 1971 Italian/Spanish/German international co-production spaghetti western/ action comedy film directed by Duccio Tessari. The film is mostly a send up of "political" Spaghetti Westerns (also called Zapata Westerns), like A Professional Gun and Compañeros.

Gals, Incorporated (1943)

Gals, Incorporated is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Leslie Goodwins and written by Edward Dein. The film stars Leon Errol, Harriet Nelson, Grace McDonald, David Bacon, Betty Kean, Maureen Cannon and Lillian Cornell. The film was released on July 9, 1943, by Universal Pictures. The film included the singing group The Pied Pipers.

The Homestretch (1947)

The Homestretch is a 1947 American drama film directed by H. Bruce Humberstone and written by Wanda Tuchock. The film stars Cornel Wilde, Maureen O'Hara, Glenn Langan, Helen Walker, James Gleason, Henry Stephenson and Margaret Bannerman. The film was released on May 4, 1947, by 20th Century Fox.

Before I Say Goodbye (2003)

Mac MacDermott (Lloyd Bochner) is a well-respected and successful politician. His granddaughter, Nell (Sean Young), hopes to transition from business to politics, to keep the family tradition alive. However, her husband, Adam (Christopher Shyer), is involved in underhanded dealings that could threaten her prospects. But Adam eventually gets in over his head, which leads to his murder. Now, Nell is on a mission for the truth regarding his death -- and the answers could lead to her demise, too.

The Beast of Borneo (1934)

The Beast of Borneo is a 1934 American film directed by Harry Garson. The film is made up mostly of leftover footage from Universal Studio's 1931 'East of Borneo'. A couple of added dialogue scenes were spliced into what was essentially a travelogue and a series of close-ups of an enraged orangutan.

Frisco Waterfront (1935)

Frisco Waterfront is a 1935 film.

The Fall of the House of Usher (1928)

The Fall of the House of Usher (French: La Chute de la maison Usher) is a 1928 French horror film directed by Jean Epstein, one of multiple films based on the Gothic short story The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allan Poe. Future director Luis Buñuel co-wrote the screenplay with Epstein, his second film credit, having previously worked as assistant director on Epstein's film Mauprat from 1926. American critic Roger Ebert included the film on his list of "Great Movies." In 1995, Ivan Fedele composed an original soundtrack for the film. In 2012 famous Czech composer Varhan Orchestrovich Bauer composed new original soundtrack and performed with Basel Sinfonietta in Switzerland and Germany. In 2015 Anna Coogan wrote and performed her score for the film.

An Enemy to Die For (2012)

In 1939, just before the outbreak of war, an international research vessel is sent to the Arctic. As news of war grows, the team divides and the mood worsens, especially when German orders arrive that command armed escalation.

Plankton (1994)

Creatures from the Abyss (original title Plankton) is a 1994 Italian b-movie directed by Massimiliano Cerchi and written by Richard Bauman. The film starred Clay Rogers, Michael Bon, Sharon Twomey, Laura di Palma, Ann Wolf and infamous low budget movie director and actor Deran Sarafian.

Air Police (1931)

Air Police is a 1931 aviation sound film about air police produced by George W. Weeks Productions and was distributed by Sono Art-World Wide Pictures and William Steiner Productions. Air Police was directed by Stuart Paton and stars Kenneth Harlan, Josephine Dunn, Richard Cramer and Charles Delaney.

Zenitram (2010)

A poor Argentine (Juan Minujn) deals with his newfound superpowers.

Interceptor (1992)

In the high-tech world of top secret aircraft, the virtual reality Stealth Fighter is the Air Force's hottest warbird. Take off for adventure aboard a giant C5 cargo plane as ruthless saboteurs, led by the cunning Phillips (Jurgen Prochnow) attempt to skyjack a Stealth at 30,000 feet. Only the resourcefulness of Air Force Captain Christ Winfield (Andrew Divoff) and pilot Janet Morgan (Elizabeth Moreheard) holds them at bay. But the brutal game of search and destroy that beings in the bowels of the giant aircraft becomes a deadly mid-air duel between two men who would rather die than lose in this thrilling, non-stop special effects tour de force.

Gangs of the Waterfront (1945)

Gangs of the Waterfront is a 1945 American film directed by George Blair, and based on an original story by Samuel Fuller. Robert Armstrong has a dual role as Dutch Malone, a gang leader, and a taxidermist Peter Winkly who is induced to take over the gang while Dutch is sidelined by an auto accident.

Minds of Terror (2003)

Three stranded college students (Nicole Crawford, Matthew Mazouch, Patrick McCaffery) tie together a trio of horror tales.

Fear No More (1962)

Fear No More is a 1961 American thriller film directed by Bernard Wiesen and starring Mala Powers, Jacques Bergerac and Anna Lee Carroll. It was based on a 1946 novel of the same name by Leslie Edgley.

Red Zone (2003)

Only one man (Richard Anconina) believes a schoolteacher's (Sabine Azma) claims that the burning of an entire French village was no accident.

Legal Tender (1991)

The sleazy president (Morton Downey Jr.) of a savings and loan association endangers a bar owner (Tanya Roberts) and her boyfriend (Robert Davi).

Sorority Girls and the Creature From Hell (1990)

An ancient curse turns an archaeologist into a monster near a mixed party of college students.

After the Factory (2012)

Detroit, Mich., and Lodz, Poland, transition from industrial powerhouses by coming up with new ways to make jobs.

War of the Zombies (1964)

Rome Against Rome (originally titled Roma contro Roma, also known as War of the Zombies and Night Star: Goddess of Electra) is a 1964 peplum film directed by Giuseppe Vari.

Power Games (1989)

Teenagers training for a war-games championship become locked in a real battle with marijuana growers.

The Standbys (2014)

Three undiscovered Broadway understudies and standbys get the chance of a lifetime when a star cannot perform.

To the Ends of the Earth (1948)

To the Ends of the Earth is a 1948 American crime film noir directed by Robert Stevenson and written by Sidney Buchman and Jay Richard Kennedy. The drama features Dick Powell, Signe Hasso, and others.

Rio Grande (1938)

The conniving Ed Barker (Dick Curtis) murders a rancher and tries to steal the ranch from his widow, Jean Andrews (Ann Doran). However, their old friend Cliff Houston (Charles Starrett) appears on the scene to try and save the day. He makes a deal with Barker and his crew to drive the Andrews herd to market and split the money, but each man really plans to con the other as soon as the time is right. Along for the ride is singing cowboy Bob Stevens (Bob Nolan).

The Runestone (1991)

The Runestone is an American 1991 adventure/horror film, the first film written and directed by Willard Carroll. The film is an updating of the Ragnarok legend, with Fenrir being found in a runestone in Pennsylvania unearthed by archaeologists. The film is based upon the novel by Mark E. Rogers, which was published in a small press limited edition pamphlet.

Back in the U.S.S.R. (1992)

Back in the USSR is a 1992 American thriller film directed by Deran Sarafian and starring Frank Whaley, Natalya Negoda and Roman Polanski.

The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (1933)

The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi is a 1933 American comedy film directed by Edwin L. Marin and written by Luther Reed and Albert DeMond. The film stars Mary Carlisle, Buster Crabbe, Charles Starrett, Florence Lake, Eddie Tamblyn and Sally Starr. The film was released on October 26, 1933, by Monogram Pictures.

Mysteries of Egypt (1998)

$90 MILLION BOX OFFICE! Starring Omar Sharif. Surrounding you with spectacular images of colossal monuments and breathtaking landscapes, Mysteries of Egypt transports you over pyramids nearly fifty stories tall, sweeps you through the rising mist of the Nile's turbulent falls, & brings you to rest in burial chambers hidden deep below the scorching desert floor. 4 language tracks including English, French, German and Spanish.

Heart of Arizona (1938)

Heart of Arizona is a 1938 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Norman Houston. The film stars William Boyd, George "Gabby" Hayes, Russell Hayden, John Elliott, Billy King, Natalie Moorhead and Dorothy Short. The film was released on April 22, 1938, by Paramount Pictures.

The Fascist (1961)

The Fascist (Italian: Il federale) is a 1961 Italian film directed by Luciano Salce.It was coproduced with France. It was also the first feature film scored by Ennio Morricone.

Gimme The Loot (2012)

Malcolm and Sofia are the most determined teenage graffiti-writers in the Bronx. But when a rival gang buffs their latest masterpiece, they hatch a plan to get their revenge by planning the ultimate graffiti tag – to “bomb” the Mets’ home run apple. The only hitch is that they need to raise $500 to pull off their spectacular scheme. Over the course of two whirlwind, sun-soaked summer days, Malcolm and Sofia travel on an epic urban adventure involving black market spray cans, illicit bodegas, stolen sneakers, a high stakes heist, and a beautiful, stoned girl whose necklace is literally their key to fame. “A uniquely fresh, affectionate and downright huggable debut feature,” (Mark Olsen, LA Weekly) GIMME THE LOOT is the charming, funny, daring story of two taggers that will do anything to become the biggest writers in the city.

Head (2011)

A delivery boy receives a package containing a renowned scientist's head. When he is kidnapped, his sister must find the hidden package before her brother is killed.

Maximum Breakout (1991)

A dream vacation erupts into a hellish nightmare after a wealthy heiress is brutally abducted. Her captors leave no clues, no motives and no ransom. Only one man has the courage to fight for her life but will he, if it means sacrificing his own?

Hot Rod (1950)

Hot Rod is a 1950 American drama film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Jimmy Lydon, Art Baker and Gil Stratton.

Across the Badlands (1950)

After surveyors for a railroad company are killed under mysterious circumstances, the Durango Kid (Charles Starrett) sets out to find the guilty parties.

Alabama's Ghost (1973)

A nightclub employee contends with vampires, Nazis and a robot doppelganger after he assumes the mantle of a master magician.

Buffalo Bushido (2009)

A man returning from exile searches for the truth.

Warrior of Light (2001)

This documentary profiles Yvonne Bezerra de Mello, a socialite turned social activist who runs safe houses for homeless Brazilian street children. Yvonne becomes invested in her work after police kill eight homeless youths in 1993. Working daily in some of Rio de Janeiro's toughest slums, Yvonne uses innovative techniques to reach out to children coping with poverty, AIDS and absent parents, while fighting hostile Brazilian attitudes toward the poor.

The End of the Golden Weather (1991)

The End of the Golden Weather is a play by Bruce Mason about a boy's loss of innocence in Depression-era New Zealand. It was written for solo performance by the author but can be performed by an ensemble and was made into an award-winning feature film directed by Ian Mune in 1991. It was workshopped in 1959 and first performed for the public in 1960. The script was published in 1962 and again in 1970 after Mason had performed it more than 500 times. In 1963 he performed it at the Edinburgh Festival.

The Wayward Wife (1953)

The Wayward Wife (Italian: La provinciale) is a 1953 Italian drama film directed by Mario Soldati. It was entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival. In 2008 the film was selected to enter the list of the 100 Italian films to be saved.

How to Make Love to a Negro Without Getting Tired (1989)

How to Make Love to a Negro Without Getting Tired (French: Comment faire l'amour avec un nègre sans se fatiguer) is a 1989 French-language Canadian drama film directed by Jacques W. Benoit, starring Isaach De Bankolé and written by Haitian author Dany Laferrière based on his novel of the same name. The New York Times, the Toronto Star, the Toronto Sun and the The Boston Globe all refused to publish an ad for the film, while The Washington Post did. The film was controversial upon its initial release because of its title and was boycotted by the NAACP.

The Idiot (1951)

The Idiot (白痴, Hakuchi) is a 1951 Japanese film directed by Akira Kurosawa. It is based on the novel The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky.

The Pirate Tapes (2011)

The Pirate Tapes is a documentary filmed by Somali-Canadian Mohamed Ashareh in Somalia and edited and produced by Palmira PDC in Canada. The film follows Ashareh, as he infiltrates a Somali pirate operation, giving a first person view of how they recruit and organize. The documentary premiered at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in 2011. It was picked up for distribution by HBO Documentary Films.

Pseudo: Blood of our own (2012)

Pseudo: Blood of Our Own is a film directed by Gursimran Dhillon and produced by Harsimran Dhillon under the banner of Canadian Bollywood Films. It features Naresh K, Manwinder Gill, Tayshawn Prinse, Thi Vo and Zarif Alibhai. The film released on 13 April 2012 across Canada and US with openings in Empire Theatres in Canada and Reliance BiG Cinema's in the United States, and releasing on DVD world-wide on 30 Aug 2012. The Film was very well received by audiences, and was the first time an Indo-Canadian film had used such gory violence and explicit language which came with a shock value to the unexpected audience. Shot in Calgary, Alberta, the film and is an action/thriller.

My Little Devil (1999)

A boy (Rushabh Patni) gets into trouble for stealing while trying to adjust to life at a Roman Catholic boarding school.

I'll Never Forget You (1951)

The House in the Square, also titled I'll Never Forget You (US) and Man of Two Worlds, is a 1951 fantasy film about an American atomic scientist who is transported to the 18th century, where he falls in love. It starred Tyrone Power and Ann Blyth and was an early film for director Roy Ward Baker. It was adapted from the play Berkeley Square by John L. Balderston, which was also the basis of the 1933 film Berkeley Square. Irene Browne reprised her role as Lady Anne Pettigrew from the 1933 version. It used a similar technique to The Wizard of Oz, presenting the opening and closing sequences in black-and-white, and the rest of the film in Technicolor.

Life 2.0 (2010)

Filmmaker Jason Spingarn-Koff delves into the online world known as Second Life, where people live alternate lives through the avatars they create.

Love/Hate (2011)

Three young men (Danny McDougall, Cooper Bibaud, Chris Wilcox) struggle with love, women and relationships.

Interceptor (2009)

A special forces soldier transports a mind-control weapon.

All Things To All Men (2013)

All Things to All Men is a British film written and directed by George Isaac. It stars Gabriel Byrne, Rufus Sewell, Toby Stephens, and Julian Sands. Sewell plays a dirty cop who manipulates both the underworld and police in order to entrap a thief.

A Line in the Sand (2014)

Assassins track down a former spy who used to report on Iranian weapons programs for the British government.

Forgotten Girls (1940)

Forgotten Girls is a 1940 American crime film directed by Phil Rosen and written by F. Hugh Herbert, Joseph Moncure March and George Beck. The film stars Louise Platt, Donald Woods, Wynne Gibson, Robert Armstrong, Eduardo Ciannelli and Jack La Rue. The film was released on March 15, 1940, by Republic Pictures.

Forgotten Women (1949)

Forgotten Women is a 1949 American drama film directed by William Beaudine and starring Elyse Knox, Edward Norris and Robert Shayne. The film follows the lives and romantic entanglements of three women who frequent a bar.

Nevada (1927)

Nevada is a 1927 American silent Western film directed by John Waters and starring Gary Cooper, Thelma Todd, and William Powell. Based on the novel Nevada by Zane Grey, the film is about a former outlaw hired to protect a ranch owner's daughter, which angers the ranch foreman who is in love with the girl. The villainous foreman spreads a rumor of his rival's dark past to the sheriff, and the former outlaw is soon on the run again. Eventually he captures a gang of cattle rustlers led by the foreman, and with his reputation restored, he marries the girl. This lavish Western film was remade in 1944 as Nevada starring Robert Mitchum—the only time Cooper and Mitchum played the same role. Nevada still survives in a complete copy, but the film's appearance is not the best, due probably to poor preservation. It is possible to make out scenes, but not as well as other highly restored silent films. This was a very early Western role for Gary Cooper, but his fame in Westerns would be more noticeable in talking pictures.

Schooling the World (2010)

The filmmaker investigates the effects of modern education on sustainable indigenous cultures.

For Them That Trespass (1949)

For Them That Trespass is a 1949 British crime film directed by Alberto Cavalcanti and starring Richard Todd, Patricia Plunkett and Stephen Murray. It is an adaptation of the 1944 novel of the same name by Ernest Raymond

The Fortunate Fool (1933)

The Fortunate Fool is a 1933 British comedy film directed by Norman Walker and starring Hugh Wakefield, Joan Wyndham and Jack Raine. It was made at Ealing Studios as a quota quickie. The film's sets were designed by the art director Wilfred Shingleton.

Terrados (2012)

Leo spends his days with a group of unemployed people who lounge on rooftops. When he loses his job he finds himself at a crossroads, should he take his girlfriend's advice and get a corporate job or follow his instincts.

Vinyl (2012)

Vinyl is a 2012 British comedy film written and directed by Sara Sugarman. It is based on the true story of Mike Peters and The Alarm who in 2004 released the single "45 RPM" under the name of a fictitious band "The Poppy Fields". The film features a number of past pop and rock stars in cameo roles, such as Steve Diggle (Buzzcocks), Jynine James, Mike Peters and Tim Sanders (The City Zones), along with the actors Phil Daniels, Keith Allen, Perry Benson, Jamie Blackley and Julia Ford. Vinyl has a soundtrack written and performed by The Alarm with Mike Peters, Phil Daniels and Keith Allen all making contributions. Filmed mostly on location in Rhyl, it features many local attractions and features. Despite being a USA production the cast is totally British with many of the actors having connections to North Wales, particularly Rhyl. The cast also includes many past members of The Rhyl T.I.C. (Theatre in the Community) which at the time of filming provided many of the younger cast including members of the fake band, the auditionees, security guards, music business employees and of course the fans. The local community of Rhyl also provided location venues in which the crew could film such as The Rhyl Pavilion, Robin Hood Caravan Park, Glan Clwyd Hospital and The Bistro night club. This allowed the film to stay close to the original true story and have the feel of an authentic biog picture.

Chaos (2008)

Chaos is a 2008 Hong Kong action thriller film directed by Herman Yau and starring Gordon Lam, Andrew Lin, Kristal Tin and Charmaine Fong.

InAlienable (2007)

The grief of a man wracked by guilt over the death of his family is interrupted when he discovers an alien parasite is using him as host. Stranger still is that this alien life appears to carry some of his own DNA. With shadowy government forces slowly closing in, the man must find the truth of his extraordinary circumstance: is this a hostile invasion or the next step for mankind?

College Kickboxers (1991)

A mild-mannered martial artist reluctantly agrees to train an assault victim in the deadly art of kung fu.

The Spirit of '45 (2013)

The Spirit of '45 is a 2013 documentary film by British director Ken Loach, focused on and celebrating the radical changes in postwar Britain under the Labour government of Clement Attlee, which came to power in 1945. Relying primarily on archive footage and interviews, and without a narrative voiceover, the film recounts the endemic poverty in prewar Britain, the sense of optimism that followed victory in World War II and the subsequent expansion of the welfare state, founding of the National Health Service and nationalisation of significant parts of the UK's economy. The film documents the extent to which these achievements, as Loach sees them, have since been subject to attack in the decades that followed, particularly under the Conservative governments of Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s. Loach said that the model for the film was "oral history, with pictures".

The Cockeyed Miracle (1946)

The Cockeyed Miracle is a 1946 fantasy film about a ghost who, with the help of his father (also a ghost), stops his best friend from leaving his family penniless. The ghosts are played by Frank Morgan and Keenan Wynn, the villain by Cecil Kellaway. The film was based on the play But Not Goodbye by George Seaton.

Shadow of Doubt (1935)

Shadow of Doubt is a 1935 American mystery film directed by George B. Seitz and written by Wells Root. The film stars Ricardo Cortez as Sim Sturdevant, whose fiance Trenna Plaice (Virginia Bruce) is suspected in the murder of movie producer Len Hayworth (Bradley Page). Sturdevant's aunt (Constance Collier) investigates and identifies the real killer. Based on a story by novelist Arthur Somers Roche, the film was released on February 15, 1935, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Four Bags Full (1956)

La Traversée de Paris ("the trip across Paris") is a 1956 French comedy-drama directed by Claude Autant-Lara, starring Jean Gabin, Bourvil and Louis de Funès. The film is known under the titles: "Four Bags Full" (USA), "Pig Across Paris" (UK), "The Trip Across Paris" (International English title). It is set in occupied Paris in 1942 and tells the story of two men who defy the curfew to deliver pork for the black market. The film is based on the short story "La traversée de Paris" by Marcel Aymé. The film competed at the 17th Venice International Film Festival, where Bourvil won the Volpi Cup for Best Actor. The cynical portrayal of the occupation era was unconventional and made the film controversial upon the original release.

Crisis in the Kremlin (1992)

A CIA rookie (Robert Rusler) and a KGB veteran (Theodore Bikel) thwart a plot to kill Gorbachev in the last days of the Soviet Union.

491 (1964)

491 is a 1964 Swedish black-and-white drama film directed by Vilgot Sjöman, based on a novel by Lars Görling. The story is about a group of youth criminals who are chosen to participate in a social experiment, where they are assigned to live together in an apartment while being supervised by two forgiving social workers. The tagline is: It is written that 490 times you can sin and be forgiven. This motion picture is about the 491st. This controversial film, which featured a male homosexual rape scene, was first banned in Sweden and Malaysia, but released after reediting, a censored version was later released in Malaysia. Amongst other things, a scene in which a woman is raped by a dog was cut. The film was also banned in Norway until 1971. The reactions from especially Conservative circles in Sweden were of disgust and outrage, and the film was one of the reasons why the Christian Democratic Party was founded in 1964.

Exile: A Myth Unearthed (2011)

Leading historians and archaeologists rethink the Jewish exile.

Ghost Guns (1944)

Ghost Guns is a 1944 American western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and starring Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton and Evelyn Finley.

A Ghost of a Chance (2011)

A Ghost of a Chance is a 2011 Japanese comedy film directed by Kōki Mitani.

A Night for Crime (1943)

A Night for Crime is a 1943 American Mystery film starring Glenda Farrell and Lyle Talbot. The film is directed by Alexis Thurn-Taxis and was released by Producers Releasing Corporation on February 18, 1943. Murders in a Hollywood film studio baffles a reporter and PR man.

Movie Star, American Style or; LSD, I Hate You (1966)

Movie Star, American Style or; LSD, I Hate You is a 1966 American film directed by Albert Zugsmith starring Del Moore.

Girl from Hong Kong (1961)

Girl from Hong Kong (German:Bis zum Ende aller Tage) is a 1961 West German romance film directed by Franz Peter Wirth and starring Hanns Lothar, Helmut Griem and Akiko Wakabayashi.

Rubber Tarzan (1981)

A shipyard crane operator (Otto Brandenburg) befriends a shy Danish schoolboy (Alex Svanbjerg) bullied by his father (Peter Schrder), a Tarzan fan.

Teenage Gang Debs (1966)

A Manhattan girl (Diane Conti) infiltrates a Brooklyn gang, getting its leader killed and taking up with its new chief.

Girl in the Case (1944)

An attorney's lock-picking skills land him in the middle of a scheme involving international espionage.

Girl In The News (1940)

Girl in the News is a 1940 British thriller film directed by Carol Reed and starring Margaret Lockwood, Barry K. Barnes and Emlyn Williams.

Beverly Hood (1999)

Members of a Southern black family have trouble adjusting after winning the lottery and moving to Beverly Hills.

Blood Of My Blood (2011)

Blood of My Blood (Portuguese: Sangue do Meu Sangue) is a 2011 Portuguese drama film directed by João Canijo. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and was awarded at the San Sebastian International Film Festival, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Miami International Film Festival, among others. It was the most commercially successful film of the year in Portugal. The film was selected as the Portuguese entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards

Off Beat (2011)

When a washed-up rapper wakes up alone in the hospital after an overdose, he begins to worry about his little brother, who is being groomed as his replacement.

Girl Loves Boy (1937)

Bob Conrad is the playboy son of town squire Charles Conrad. Much against his dad's wishes, Bob falls in love with Dorothy McCarthy, the daughter of penniless widow Mrs. McCarthy. At the insistence of his dad, Bob weds Sally Lace. Dorothy's broken heart is mended however, when it turns out that Sally's divorce from her previous husband was never finalized.