The Scene: An Exploration of Music in Toronto (2013)

Independent musicians in Toronto build their careers in the Canadian music industry.

Detonator (2013)

Sully, the former front man of a punk band, chases an ex band mate through the recesses of Philadelphia.

Return of the Rangers (1943)

Two Texas Rangers pose as a crook and a judge as part of a plan to round up rustlers.

Eskimo (1933)

An ancient way of living clashes with 20th-century civilization when an enterprising Eskimo hunter (Mala) decides to trade furs with a white captain (Peter Freuchen). While the outsider is eager to barter with the native, he is also intent on bedding the Eskimo's wife, resulting in a violent encounter. Before long, the Canadian authorities, led by Inspector White (W. S. Van Dyke), are involved, and both the Eskimo's freedom and traditions are jeopardized.

Marty Jenkins and the Vampire Bitches (2006)

A nerdy video-store clerk (Shawn A. Green) gets a chance to earn some respect when he sets out to slay female bloodsuckers that have come to feed on the residents of Dayton, Ohio.

This Ain't No Mouse Music! (2013)

Chris Strachwitz of Arhoolie Records collects examples of American's musical roots, accumulating an unparalleled catalog of blues, Cajun, Tex-Mex and other genres.

Evil - In the Time of Heroes (2009)

Survivors of a zombie plague try to fend off a horde of the undead.

Donkey in Lahore (2008)

Brian, an Australian Goth who performs as a puppeteer all over the world, travels to Lahore, Pakistan for a puppet festival where he meets and falls in love with Amber, a 17-year-old devout Muslim who still lives at home with her family. To make their love a reality, Brian and Amber will have to overcome religious differences, immigration laws, cultural barriers and Amber's disapproving parents in this documentary about a real-life Romeo and Juliet.

Witch Bitch (1989)

Customers at an exclusive fat farm are haunted by a force which turns exercise equipment into deadly killing machines.

I Like You (2010)

A teenage musician (Mike Benna) falls for a girl (Parker Peterson) who remains in a committed relationship.

The Great Balloon Adventure (1978)

An elderly woman (Katharine Hepburn) and two boys (Kevin McKenzie, Dennis Dimster) fly over California in an old hot-air balloon.

Algerian Cinema: A New Breath (2011)

A new generation of Algerian filmmakers emerges.

Devil's Playground (1937)

A Navy deep-sea diver embarks on an underwater rescue mission to save a group of men trapped in a sunken submarine.

Her First Beau (1941)

An adolescent girl suffers through the pangs of first love with a boy who enjoys building gliders.

The Burmese Harp (1985)

After becoming separated from his platoon, a Japanese soldier dons a Buddhist monk's robes and tends to the bodies of the many war casualties strewn across the countryside.

Mabul (2011)

Yoni is desperate to grow up before his bar mitzvah.

Lenin in October (2010)

Grisha's dreams of opening his own restaurant are about to come true after his rich uncle dies, but he must fulfill one condition to receive the money: He has to dedicate the restaurant to the values of Communism.

Paranormal Occult (2010)

An investigation delves into the occult's connection with demonic possession and satanic worship through a deeper reality that extends beyond the physical sciences.

The Super Fight (1969)

A mythical boxing match between Rocky Marciano and Muhammed Ali, using computerized scoring to determine the winner.

Young Guns of Texas (1962)

Apaches, crooks and an angry father chase lovers (James Mitchum, Alana Ladd) and the brother (Gary Conway) of a soldier on the run.

Mi novia está... de madre! (2007)

A story of love entanglements in which a young executive falls in love with a mature woman.

Highway (2012)

Numerous delays beset bus passengers as they try to make it to Kathmandu to take care of urgent business.

Vishwanath (1978)

An honest lawyer is implicated and imprisoned at the behest of a powerful underworld don. After his release from prison, Vishwanath decides to seek vengeance but finds out that it is virtually impossible to do this through due process of law.

Some People (1964)

An English choirmaster tries to redirect the musical talent of four raucous teens toward the spiritual.

Never Take Candy From a Stranger (1960)

The parents of two girls take a pervert to court, but he lands an acquittal due to his prestige.

High Hat (1937)

A classical singer (Dorothy Dare) refuses to embrace swing music.

The Silence (2006)

Photographs of a murdered woman (Ellouise Rothwell) from the 1960s prompts a cop (Richard Roxburgh) to reopen the case.

Anne Perry: Interiors (2009)

A murder that happened when she was 15 greatly impacted the author of crime fiction.

Night of the Howling Beast (1975)

An expedition to the Himalayas leads to frightening encounters with werewolves, a sorceress and the legendary yeti.

Number, Please? (1920)

Two men (Harold Lloyd, Roy Brooks) at an amusement park pull out the stops to win a young woman's (Mildred Davis) affection.

Mystikal (2010)

A magician's (Maite Agirre) apprentice (Iban Garate) must save the world after accidentally unleashing the forces of evil.

Awakening of the Beast (1969)

The third installment in the Coffin Joe Trilogy, "The Awakening of the Beast," follows Coffin Joe's sadistic experiments on four drug addicts who volunteer to take LSD. The experiments are intended to prove that drug use is related to sexual depravity. Director Jos Mojica Marins once again plays Coffin Joe, who sits with a panel of psychiatrists on a television show, using videos of the addicts as proof of the connection between drugs and lewd sexual behavior.

All Dark Places (2011)

The son of a troubled couple (Josh Burrow, Stephanie Fieger) talks to a spooky clown that appears in his closet.

Emergency Squad (1940)

A reporter riding shotgun with emergency-squad drivers uncovers a plot to sabotage a tunnel under construction.

Science Friction (2012)

Several women who love to party go on a drug run into Mexico and become lost on a cursed trail.

Omertà (2012)

Sophie (Rachelle Lefevre) is hired by Pierre Gauthier (Michel Ct) to infiltrate the Montreal crime world to learn about a planned heist.

Maniacts (2001)

Lovestruck serial killers (Jeff Fahey, Kellie Waymire) continue their deadly habits after escaping from an insane asylum.

Varg Veum: The Woman in the Fridge (2008)

A private investigator (Trond Espen Seim) gets mixed-up in the case of a missing, headless body.

Holy Brew (2011)

Franois wants to marry a rich woman who wants children, but he is horrified to learn that he is infertile. He inherits his uncle's barn and discovers a beer recipe that may cure infertility. All Franois has to do is find the last ingredient.

Saturday Night Out (1964)

Five seamen and a passenger are intent on making the most of the 14 hours they will spend in London.

The Search for Simon (2013)

David continues his 30-year search for his younger brother, Simon.

Twice Upon a Time (1983)

Evil creatures attempt to make time stand still by taking the spring from the all-powerful Cosmic Clock.

The Ghost of Rashmon Hall (1947)

Elite socialites gather to share haunted tales in Rashmon Hall.

The Last of the Mohicans (1977)

Hawkeye (Steve Forrest) and his Indian friends, Chingachgook (Ned Romero) and Uncas, help a British officer (Andrew Prine) in upstate New York.

Space Master X-7 (1958)

Dr. Charles Pommer (Paul Frees) is a scientist researching extraterrestrial life. When a space probe returns covered in fungus, Pommer throws himself into researching it, only to discover that this substance -- which he names "Blood Rust" -- is deadly when in comes into contact with humans. After Pommer dies from exposure to Blood Rust, a pair of government agents (Bill Williams, Robert Ellis) must hunt down Pommer's former lover, Laura (Lyn Thomas), who is unwittingly spreading the pathogen.

The Bed You Sleep In (1993)

An Oregon timber-mill owner (Tom Blair) with business problems denies his Seattle daughter's accusation of incest.

Hell Is Sold Out (1951)

A supposedly dead writer suddenly turns up to confront the young woman who is using his penname.

The Fall of the Essex Boys (2012)

Members of a gang deal in drugs, violence and murder before being captured or killed.

Hello Annapolis (1942)

Two young military cadets enjoy a friendly rivalry over the same girl.

Hello Trouble (1932)

A former Texas Ranger becomes involved in the hunt for a rancher's killer.

The Stunt Woman (1996)

While working on a movie set, a martial-arts expert (Michelle Yeoh) encounters real gangsters.

Hell-Ship Mutiny (1957)

A South Seas captain on a hunt for precious pearls runs into trouble from border bandits who are terrorizing natives.

Wolves of the Sea (1938)

Mutineers complicate a captain's efforts to rescue a woman stranded in the tropics with a shipload of wild animals.

Missed Connections (2012)

Neal is in the middle of a midlife crisis until he learns how to manipulate women on the Internet. He has a lot of success, then he meets Jane, a woman who may be as damaged as he is.

My Decisions (2012)

Fisher Stevens and Mark Monroe document five people around the world as they make decisions that impact them, their communities and the world.

Here Come the Huggetts (1948)

A scatterbrained girl disrupts the daily lives of her aunt and uncle when she arrives for a visit.

The Inglorious Bastards (1978)

Two officers (Bo Svenson, Ian Bannen) lead military misfits on a mission to steal a Nazi V-2 rocket gyroscope.

Rampage (2000)

Steve and Jim assassinate a Colombian drug lord and upset the entire cartel.

Let's Talk About Sex (2009)

The filmmaker investigates adolescent sexual trends and the rates of infection teens experience.

Runaway (2009)

The fireman on a train is forced to improvise when his train hits a cow and the captain is nowhere to be found.

Here Come the Jets (1959)

The rehabilitation of a Korean War veteran coincides with the advent of passenger jets.

Here's to Romance (1935)

Two people experience the gentle yet overwhelming powers of love.

Raiders From Beneath the Sea (1964)

An ex-scuba diver (Ken Scott) and his best friend (Russ Bender) plot to rob a Catalina Island bank, but only swim into trouble.

Blackjack Ketchum, Desperado (1956)

A gunfighter (Howard Duff) wants peace in the valley, but a cattle baron (Victor Jory) and his brothers want war.

Last Winter (2011)

In the remote countryside of France, a proud farmer is determined to keep his heritage and way of life against modern pressures.

Tarpan (1994)

Forgiveness for a community's past sins is tied to the fate of a sick girl whose parents are searching for a cure.

Officer 13 (1933)

A rich but bored woman has a rude awakening when her search for excitement leads her to the company of gangsters.

Dulce de Leche (2011)

Two teenagers (Ailn Salas, Camilo Cuello Vitale) discover love for the first time.

Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre (2009)

Whale watchers experience terror on the high seas at the hands of murderous whalers.

The Visitants (1987)

Two small-town teens and a teacher try to warn authorities of an alien invasion.

I Just Wasn't Made for These Times (1995)

Filmmaker/musician/record producer Don Was uses interviews to profile Beach Boys' Brian Wilson.

Revolucion (2010)

Analyses by 10 different directors relate what the Mexican Revolution means today and how it affects the country's modern society.

The Kindred (1987)

A scientist's son (David Allen Brooks) inherits the slimy results of her misguided genetic experiments.

Limehouse Blues (1934)

The beautiful and idealistic daughter of a slain smuggler struggles to escape her sordid past.

The Wobblies (1979)

Filmmakers Stewart Bird and Deborah Shaffer profile the International Workers of the World and unionization.

Tel Aviv Stories (1992)

Life and love distress three Israeli women in a trilogy: "Sharona Honey," "Operation Cat" and "Divorce."

Whispers In The Dark (1992)

Patients meet in the common room of an oncology center.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)

Scientist Dr. Henry Jekyll (John Barrymore) is intelligent and diligent, but also uptight and extremely serious about his work. When his friend, Sir George Carew (Brandon Hurst), takes him to a show featuring the sensual Miss Gina (Nita Naldi), an aroused Jekyll sets out on a quest to separate man's saintly and sinful sides. His experiments succeed, and his evil alter ego, Mr. Hyde, is created. As the doctor uncontrollably alternates between Jekyll and Hyde, danger looms.

Baring It All (1978)

Patients at an unorthodox sex clinic relate their sexual hangups to an equally unorthodox therapist.

Paradise (2009)

Remigio (Miguel Gutierrez) discovers he has a grown son named Ivan (Adrián Mas), who has fled Cuba on a raft and arrived in Miami. Father and son start to bond while Ivan hides a darkness within him.

Kung Fu From Beyond the Grave (1982)

Humans use martial arts to battle ferocious zombies.

Hill-Tillies (1936)

Two unemployed women (Patsy Kelly, Lyda Roberti) decide to hike into the woods and live off the land as a publicity stunt to generate job offers.

What About Me (1993)

A young woman becomes homeless in New York.

Naked Jane (1995)

Apathy and depression keep a young, would-be writer from bringing her relationship and her life into focus.

Deep Trouble (2000)

Employees at an entertainment company are on their guard after several murders follow their new owner's takeover.

Let's Talk About Women (1964)

This lively Italian comedy presents the ups and downs of romance from the male perspective, with numerous characters -- including a prisoner, a practical joker and a waiter -- played by versatile actor Vittorio Gassman. In nine different segments, men are mesmerized, confounded and sometimes rejected by beautiful women, portrayed by a variety of stunning actresses, most notably Eleanora Rossi-Drago, Giovanna Ralli, Antonella Lualdi and Sylva Koscina.

Jails, Hospitals & Hip-Hop (2000)

Writer, performance artist and actor Danny Hoch adapts his 1998 one-man show to the big screen by blending footage of live performances with on-location dramatizations of stories from the show. Hoch variously adopts the personas of an angry prison guard, a rap-obsessed teenager from Montana, an elderly Jewish woman, and a crutch-carrying Cuban man, among others. Hoch closes the film as himself, being interviewed about his experiences as a struggling actor.

Grand Master (2012)

A police chief (Mohanlal) must protect his wife and daughter from a serial killer who is murdering his victims in alphabetical order.

No Place to Hide (1956)

Two boys are sought by authorities hoping to recover the deadly germ pellets they have in their possession.

No Trees in the Street (1959)

In 1930s London, a man becomes the self-appointed leader in a brutally impoverished slum.

A Day's Pleasure (1919)

Charlie and his family have an adventure on land and sea.

Poison Pen (1940)

The inhabitants of a peaceful village begin receiving mysterious hate mail penned by someone with malicious thoughts.

Don't Quit Your Daydream (2010)

Longtime friends Clark Stiles and Nathan Khyber are the Good Listeners. They are also unrepentant dreamers who refuse to hang up their guitars, even though it's clear they'll never hit it big. They pack up a rented RV and set out on a cross-country journey to collaborate and make music with people all over America. From the deserts of California to the swamps of Louisiana, Clark and Nathan share the joy of music with guitarists, violinists and anyone who can pick up an instrument.

Nude in a White Car (1960)

A fashionable French resort becomes the scene of mystery and murder.

Dark Horse (2005)

A young man rejects romance and helps his friend get through his daily struggles.

Congress Dances (1931)

European leaders use trickery to influence history as they meet to determine Napoleon's fate at the Congress of Vienna.

Fast Work (1930)

A man (Charley Chase) mistakes an escaped mental patient (Dell Henderson) for the father of a woman (June Marlowe) he is interested in dating.

One Step to Eternity (1954)

A Frenchman plotting murder plays with fire when he sets up a tryst with all of his lovers at the same time.

Anatomy of an Illness (1984)

Middle-aged newspaper editor Norman Cousins (Edward Asner) learns that he has a disease that could significantly reduce the quality of his life and cut short his time on earth, but he doesn't agree with his doctor's treatment plans. He believes that he doesn't need to succumb quietly and decides to combat his sickness by simply enjoying his life. With his kindhearted wife, Ellen (Millie Perkins), at his side, Norman determines to treat himself with positivity, laughter and love.

Trouble in Mind (1985)

An ex-convict policeman (Kris Kristofferson) returns to futuristic Rain City, where gangs rove and militia patrol.