Chris Stapleton: Fire Away (2016)

Angels, Demons and Freemasons: The True Conspiracy (2008)

Within every religion and every State there lurks an underground stream controlling those in power. This is the story of those who have guarded this sacred knowledge for centuries.

In The Heat Of Passion (1992)

In the Heat of Passion is a 1992 American thriller film.

Sex Files: Portrait of the Soul (1998)

Landscape (2014)

The Talented Mr. Ripley: Making the Soundtrack (1999)

Blood Drips Heavily on Newsies Square (1999)

Brotherhood of Man (1945)

Bottom (2012)

Shock-O-Rama (1955)

Rancho, Oro y Sangre (2009)

Heaven-Bound Traveler (1935)

School Days (1932)

Trouble Behind (1991)

Lion Army (2009)

Innocence (1973)

L'oiseau (1977)

Nurse-made (1971)

Thunder and Lightning (2015)

Loews Christmas Greeting (The Hardy Family) (1939)

Project Nightmare (1987)

DL2: Disintegration Line #2 (1970)

The Tale of the Floating World (2002)

Man Under (2015)

Hapax Legomena V: Ordinary Matter (1972)

You Came Too Late (1962)

AB- (2013)

Jillian's Travels (2012)

Held Hostage in Colombia (2003)

Bacon & God's Wrath (2015)

Bacon and God's Wrath is a Canadian short documentary film, which premiered at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. Directed by Sol Friedman and mixing animation with live action interview footage, the film centres on Razie Brownstone, a 90-year-old Jewish woman who, after undergoing a crisis of faith which has led her to reject many of the tenets of her religion, is preparing to cook and eat bacon for the first time in her life. At TIFF, the film received an Honourable Mention from the jury for the Best Canadian Short Film award. The film was later named to TIFF's year-end list of the ten best Canadian short films of the year. In 2016 the film won the Short Film Jury Award for Non-fiction at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, and the Canadian Screen Award for Best Short Documentary at the 4th Canadian Screen Awards.

Montserrat (1971)

Sex and Violence (1997)

An Uncommon Kindness: The Father Damien Story (2006)

The Making of Monsters (1991)

The Making of Monsters is a Canadian short film, directed by John Greyson and released in 1991. Made while Greyson was a student at the Canadian Film Centre, the film's premise is that Bertolt Brecht is alive and living in Toronto, and actively interfering with the production of "Monsters", a heavily sanitized movie of the week about the 1985 death of Kenneth Zeller in a gaybashing attack. The film's cast includes Lee MacDougall as the film within a film's version of Zeller, while the roles of Brecht and Kurt Weill are played by talking fish. The film premiered at the 1991 Berlin International Film Festival, and was later screened at the 1991 Toronto International Film Festival and selected LGBT film festivals, including Vancouver's Out on Screen, Montreal's Image+Nation and Edmonton's The Voice and the Vision.

Chakra (1972)

Video X: The Dwayne and Darla-Jean Story (2003)

Official 2011 World Series Film (2011)

Decoding the Past: Doomsday 2012 - The End of Days (2007)

Rewind (2007)

Nothing Doing (1927)

Genie in a Bikini (2015)

The Duct Tape Killer (1998)

Holy Smoke (1921)

Raising the Mammoth (2000)

Dizzy Doctors (1937)

Dizzy Doctors is the 21st short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1937 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

This is Justin Bieber (2011)

We Are All Rwandans (2008)

Dédée d'Anvers (1948)

Dédée d'Anvers is a 1948 French drama film directed by Yves Allégret. The film was released in English-speaking markets under the titles Dedee and Woman of Antwerp.

Faith No More: Live at the Brixton Academy (1990)

Suzy Snowflake (1951)

Three Mounted Men (1918)

Three Mounted Men is a 1918 American Western film directed by John Ford (credited as Jack Ford) and featuring Harry Carey. The film is considered to be lost.

3rd Reich: Hitler's UFOs and the Nazi's Most Powerful Weapon (2017)

White Heart (1975)

Myrna Loy: So Nice to Come Home to (1991)

Call of the West (1930)

Muscle Up A Little Closer (1957)

Muscle Up a Little Closer is the 176th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1957 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Joe Besser). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

The Adventures of Ace X and Kid Velvet (2008)

ACM Presents: Superstar Duets! (2015)

Water Light (1956)

Sweet Smell of Sex (1965)

Nature of the Beast (2007)

How to Break 90 #5: Impact (1933)

Avunu Part 2 (2015)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Making of The Coming Out of Their Shells Tour (1990)

The Hidden Wars of Desert Storm (2001)

Desire (1996)

Désiré is a 1996 French film directed by Bernard Murat. The film is based on the play of the same name by Sacha Guitry.

The Monster of Highgate Ponds (1961)

Hell's Bells: The Dangers of Rock 'N' Roll (1989)

Hell's Bells: The Dangers of Rock 'N' Roll is a 1989 Christian documentary film produced and directed by Eric Holmberg, founder of Reel to Real Ministries and The Apologetics Group. Holmberg also produced and directed its sequel, Hell's Bells 2 - The Power and Spirit of Popular Music (2004).

Ridin' the Rails: The Great American Train Story (1974)

Maroon 5: Friday the 13th - Live at the Santa Barbara Bowl (2005)

Living Lord of the Flies (2013)

Crying Wolf (1947)

The Legendary Life of Ernest Hemingway (1988)

The Little Master (2015)

Last Son (2013)

Lila (2014)

Money or Mission (2006)

Backs to Nature (1933)

They Came to a City (1945)

They Came to a City is a 1945 British film directed by Basil Dearden adapted from a J. B. Priestley play. It stars John Clements, Googie Withers, Raymond Huntley, Renee Gadd, A. E. Matthews and others, and is notable for including a cameo guest appearance by Priestley as himself. The plot concerns the experiences of various people who have come to live in their "ideal" city, and explores their hopes and reasons for doing so. Many of the cast had also performed their roles in the original stage play. The film's art direction was by Michael Relph.

Rat Fink (1965)

A sadistic rock singer (Schuyler Hayden) will do whatever it takes to become a star. After seducing an older woman in order to steal money from her, the singer travels to Hollywood, Calif., and hires an agent (Hal Bokar), eventually engaging in an affair with the man's wife (Warrene Ott). Meanwhile, he also impregnates a clueless teenager (Judy Hughes) and then forces her to get an abortion from a veterinarian, only to promptly dump her when he suddenly becomes famous.

Pomni imya svoye (1974)

Remember Your Name (Russian: По́мни и́мя своё; Polish: Zapamiętaj imię swoje) is a Soviet-Polish film by Sergey Kolosov.The film is based on the story of the Russian prisoner of Auschwitz Zinaida Georgievna Muravyova, who was separated there from her son Gennady. She found him only years later, when he lived in Poland under the name of Eugeniusz Gruszczynski (after the war he was taken to an orphanage in Lower Silesia, where he was adopted by Polish educator Elena Grushinska) and was a student of the Szczecin polytechnic. In 1969 in Poland, about Grushinsky was released half-hour TV movie Numer 149850.. It could also be inspired by a ten-minute documentary, Children of the Rams (Dzieci rampy, 1963), directed by Andrzej Piekutowski, showing among the survivors of Auschwitz a girl who found, several years after the war, her real parents in the Soviet Union.

The Assassination (1972)

Plot (French: L'Attentat, released in the US as The French Conspiracy) is a 1972 French-Italian thriller film directed by Yves Boisset, inspired by the assassination of Mehdi Ben Barka in Paris. It was entered into the 8th Moscow International Film Festival where it won the Silver Prize.

What's Up Front! (1964)

A salesman (Tommy Holden) persuades a bra company to let him sell its wares door to door.

He Sees You When You're Sleeping (2002)

He Sees You When You're Sleeping is a 2002 Canadian made-for-TV Christmas drama film, starring Cameron Bancroft and Erika Eleniak. It was written by Carl Binder, based on a story by Mary Higgins Clark and directed by David Winning. The film was first aired at PAX Television on December 22, 2002.

The Life of Chikuzan (1977)

The Life of Chikuzan is a 1977 Japanese biographical film directed by Kaneto Shindo based on the life of shamisen player Takahashi Chikuzan. It is a coproduction of Kindai Eiga Kyokai and Chikuzan's company "Jean-Jean".

Fall In (1942)

Fall In is a 1942 American comedy film directed by Kurt Neumann and written by Eugene Conrad and Edward E. Seabrook. The film stars William Tracy, Joe Sawyer, Robert Barrat, Jean Porter and Arthur Hunnicutt. The film was released on November 20, 1942, by United Artists.

The Tune (1992)

The Tune is an animated musical-comedy film by American filmmaker Bill Plympton.

The Mulberry Tree (2010)

A Rhode Island corrections officer develops a relationship with a convicted murderer dying of AIDS, as he guards the man in a hospital.

False Faces (1943)

False Faces is a 1943 American mystery film directed by George Sherman and written by Curt Siodmak. The film stars Stanley Ridges, Veda Ann Borg, William "Bill" Henry, Janet Shaw, Rex Williams and John Maxwell. The film was released on May 28, 1943, by Republic Pictures.

The Donut, the Balloon and the Lifesaver (2008)

An odd family spends Thanksgiving together over and over again.

Another Girl Another Planet (1992)

A collegian (Barry Sherman) who has problems with commitment meets a string of strange females in Greenwich Village.

All Hands on Deck (1961)

All Hands on Deck is a 1961 feature DeLuxe film musical in CinemaScope starring Pat Boone as a naval officer and directed by Norman Taurog. It is based on the novel "Warm Bodies" by Donald R. Morris.

When a Man's a Man (1935)

When a Man's a Man is a 1935 American Western film directed by Edward F. Cline and written by Frank Mitchell Dazey and Agnes Christine Johnston. The film stars George O'Brien, Dorothy Wilson, Paul Kelly, Harry Woods, Jimmy Butler and Richard Carlyle. The film was released on February 15, 1935, by Fox Film Corporation. Parts of the film were shot in Zion National Park.

The False Madonna (1931)

The False Madonna is a 1931 American drama film directed by Stuart Walker and written by May Edginton, Ray Harris and Arthur Kober. The film stars Kay Francis, William "Stage" Boyd, Conway Tearle, John Breeden, Marjorie Gateson and Charles D. Brown. The film was released on December 5, 1931, by Paramount Pictures.

Skinner's Dress Suit (1926)

Skinner's Dress Suit is a 1926 American silent comedy film produced and distributed by Universal Pictures and starring Reginald Denny. William Seiter was the director of the film which was based on the 1916 novel of the name by Henry Irving Dodge. Laura La Plante and Hedda Hopper co-star in this comedy which has seen video and DVD releases. A previous silent film based on this story had been made in 1917 directed by Harry Beaumont for the Essanay Company.

The False Faces (1919)

The False Faces is a 1919 American silent drama film directed by Irvin Willat from the novel by Louis Joseph Vance and starring Henry B. Walthall as Michael Lanyard, the "Lone Wolf," and Lon Chaney as the villain. A print of the film survives at George Eastman House. Lon Chaney's energetic performance remains an early example of his celebrated work.

What Price Innocence? (1933)

What Price Innocence? is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama film written and directed by, and co-starring, Willard Mack. Produced on a low budget for Columbia Pictures, it has been classed as an exploitation film and "sex hygiene film" because it touches on teenage pregnancy and morality in a didactic manner. The film features Betty Grable in an early starring role.

Carnival in Costa Rica (1947)

Carnival in Costa Rica (1947) is an American musical film directed by Gregory Ratoff and written by Samuel Hoffenstein, John Larkin, and Elizabeth Reinhardt. It was released in Technicolor by Twentieth Century-Fox. Dick Haymes, Vera-Ellen, Cesar Romero, and Celeste Holm starred as two pairs of lovers who try to thwart an arranged marriage at Carnival time in Costa Rica.

Empire in the Sun (1956)

Amazon-basin inhabitants and civilization's sweep across the wilderness are the focus of a depiction of South America.

Patriocracy (2011)

Former Wyoming Sen. Alan Simpson, Bob Schieffer, Eleanor Clift and others discuss America's political divide and how it has harmed the country.