Michel Petrucciani (2011)
Despite having brittle-bone disease, a French musician becomes a successful jazz pianist.
Caltiki, the Immortal Monster (1959)
Caltiki – The Immortal Monster (Italian: Caltiki – il mostro immortale) is a 1959 Italian-American science fiction horror film directed by Riccardo Freda and Mario Bava. The plot concerns a team of archaeologists investigating Mayan ruins who come across a shapeless monster. They manage to defeat it with fire, while keeping a sample of the monster. Meanwhile, a comet is due to pass close to Earth, the same comet which passed near the Earth at the time the Mayan civilization mysteriously collapsed. The film proposes the question "Is there a connection between the monster and the comet?"
The Lost Tomb of Alexander the Great (2019)
Archaeologist Pepi Papakosta is on a mission to find Alexander the Great’s lost tomb. Excavating in the center of Alexandria, Egypt, the city Alexander founded 2,300 years ago, she has discovered a rare marble statue of Alexander, along with Greek treasures and secret tunnels. But Pepi’s biggest find is an extraordinary discovery even she was not expecting.
Shark Kill Zone (2014)
How Dogs Got Their Shapes (2016)
With many breeds and countless variations, canines are one of the most diverse species on Earth. From ears to tails, coats to paws, every part of their bodies is uniquely structured to serve a purpose. How Dogs Got Their Shapes shines a light on a variety of canine shapes to explain how each aspect plays a pivotal role in the evolution, history, and behavior of distinct dog breeds.
Great White Serial Killer (2013)
Cougars Undercover (2015)
In Their Own Words: Deepwater Horizon (2019)
Nepal Quake: Terror on Everest (2015)
Lincoln's Last Day (2015)
Lincoln's Washington at War (2013)
Mission Critical: Amphibian Rescue (2011)
Behold the Monkey (2016)
George Fest: A Night to Celebrate the Music of George Harrison (2016)
Asian Tsunami: The Deadliest Wave (2014)
America's Yellowstone (2007)
A-Bombs Over Nevada (2016)
Kein Geldschrank geht von selber auf - Die Eddie-Chapman-Story (1971)
Das Menschlein Matthias (1941)
Für eine Nacht... und immer? (2015)
Alone in the Dark (1993)
The Colours of Infinity (1995)
The Sunday Night Slaughter (2018)
Partir, revenir (1985)
This melodrama, set in WW II during the French occupation, tells the story of the members of a Jewish family who flee the Germans and end up hiding in the country manse of two aristocrats. Unfortunately, the Gestapo finds them and they are sent to a concentration camp. The film then leaps ahead to 1985 where the daughter of the couple begins believing that her dead brother has been reincarnated as a famed pianist.
The Silver Chalice (1954)
The Silver Chalice is a 1954 American historical epic film from Warner Bros., based on Thomas B. Costain's 1952 novel of the same name. The film, produced and directed by Victor Saville, marked the acting debut of Paul Newman.
An unexpected pregnancy tests the relationship of a teenage couple (Adriana Alvarez, Edgar Romn).
Blue is an American western film in Panavision anamorphic, released by Paramount Pictures on May 10, 1968. Directed by Silvio Narizzano, it stars Terence Stamp, Joanna Pettet, Karl Malden, Ricardo Montalban and Stathis Giallelis.
Intimate Relations is a 1953 British drama film directed by Charles Frank. It was entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.
A young woman walks through the streets of a city until a man chases her down an alley and knocks her down.
The New Republic (2011)
In the near future, a powerful government agency blackmails a young journalist to spy on a nationalist group.
Code Blue (2011)
Code Blue is a 2011 Dutch drama film written and directed by Urszula Antoniak and starring Bien de Moo der. It was screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.
Tonite Let's All Make Love in London (1967)
Filmmaker Peter Whitehead films a performance by Pink Floyd at London's UFO Club in 1966, with footage of the celebrity audience including John Lennon.
Hypnotized and Hysterical (Hairstylist Wanted) (2002)
Hypnotized and Hysterical (Hairstylist Wanted) (original title: Filles perdues, cheveux gras) is a 2002 French musical comedy-drama film about the crossing paths of three lost young women. It was directed by Claude Duty.
The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on 17 May 2002.
Don't Gamble with Love (1936)
Don't Gamble with Love is a 1936 American drama film directed by Dudley Murphy and starring Ann Sothern, Bruce Cabot and Irving Pichel.
Bananas!* is a 2009 Swedish documentary directed by Fredrik Gertten about a conflict between the Dole Food Company and banana plantation workers in Nicaragua over alleged cases of sterility caused by the pesticide DBCP.
The film was criticized by Dole for containing "patent falsehoods". After a screening at the Los Angeles Film Festival in June 2009, Gertten was sued for defamation by Dole on 8 July. The lawsuit was preceded by threats of legal action from Dole aimed against the LA Film Festival, which resulted in sponsors pulling support and the film being removed from competition. Dole dropped their lawsuit against Fredrik Gertten and Bananas!* on 15 October 2009.
In September 2009, the Swedish parliament members Mats Johansson (M) and Luciano Astudillo (S) took the initiative of displaying the movie in the Parliament of Sweden, this being its premiere in Sweden.
In late 2010 a court in Los Angeles decided in favor of the movie crew, making it possible to release the film in the USA. A judge awarded the filmmakers nearly $200,000 in fees and costs.
In 2011, Gertten directed the film Big Boys Gone Bananas!* about how the company was sued by Dole.
Riders of the Badlands (1941)
A Texas Ranger's uncanny resemblance to a wanted outlaw results in his own arrest by a fellow lawman.
Deewana Mastana (1997)
Deewana Mastana is a 1997 Indian Hindi romantic comedy directed by David Dhawan. The film stars Anil Kapoor, Govinda and Juhi Chawla in pivotal roles. Johnny Lever, Anupam Kher, Reema Lagoo, Shakti Kapoor, Saeed Jaffrey and Kader Khan have supporting roles, while Salman Khan makes a special appearance. This film was dedicated to Manmohan Desai. This film borrows some elements from the 1991 Hollywood comedy, What About Bob?. Johnny Lever received the Filmfare award for Best Comedian for his performance on this film. The film was a success upon its release.
Mother Courage and Her Children (1961)
In 17th-century Europe, a woman struggles to keep her children alive as she follows various armies selling goods -- and her body -- to the soldiers.
Cose di Cosa Nostra (1971)
Gang War (Italian: Cose di Cosa Nostra) is a 1971 criminal comedy film written and directed by Steno and starring Carlo Giuffré, Pamela Tiffin, Vittorio De Sica, Aldo Fabrizi, Jean-Claude Brialy and Salvo Randone.
A Trip (2012)
A Trip is a 2011 Slovenian drama film directed by Nejc Gazvoda. The film was selected as the Slovenian entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
Wings Over The Pacific (1943)
Wings Over the Pacific is a 60-minute 1943 drama film, directed by Phil Rosen and produced by Monogram Pictures. The film stars Inez Cooper, Edward Norris and Montagu Love. Wings Over the Pacific depicts an island community in the South Pacific caught up in World War II.
Shadows on the Wall (1986)
A reporter becomes the target of a murderer when he starts investigating a fifty-year-old murder/suicide case.
The Girl in the Sneakers (1999)
The Girl in the Sneakers is a 1999 Iranian drama film directed by Rasul Sadr Ameli.
Saving America's Horses: A Nation Betrayed (2012)
Filmmaker Katia Louise delves into how laws -- designed to protect wild and domestic horses, the public and the environment -- are frequently ignored for the sake of corporate and government interests, especially when it comes to slaughter.
Live Like a Cop, Die Like a Man (1976)
Live Like a Cop, Die Like a Man (Italian: Uomini si nasce poliziotti si muore) is a 1976 Italian poliziotteschi crime film, directed by Ruggero Deodato and starring Marc Porel and Ray Lovelock. Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino said the film is "one of the greatest titles of all time, and it lives up to its name!"
El leyton (2003)
Chilean fisherman Leyton (Juan Pablo Sez) and his co-worker, Modesto (Luis Wigdorsky), are best friends. After Modesto marries the sultry Marta (Siboney Lo), however, it's not long before she grows restless and sets her sights on Leyton. This leads to an affair between Marta and Leyton that threatens more than just her marriage and his friendship with Modesto. As the plot unfurls, Leyton must face up to his actions, which may carry dire consequences.
Demon Exorcism: The Devil Inside Maxwell Bastas (2013)
Maxwell (Michael Mili) is plagued by uncontrollable anger and realizes he is grappling with Beelzebub, the lord of the flies, who wants Max to commit suicide. Many people help Max in his fight, but it culminates in a battle with Satan.
Beatific Vision (2008)
A dead man's spirit guides his partner (Michael Vega) to a new relationship.
Riders of the Rio Grande (1943)
Riders of the Rio Grande is a 1943 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by Howard Bretherton and starring Bob Steele, Tom Tyler, Jimmie Dodd.
Friday The Thirteenth (1933)
On a rainy London night at a minute before midnight on Friday the thirteenth, lightening strikes a bus forcing it to topple into the path of another coach. At that point Big Ben starts to wind backwards and flashbacks take us to the events that led this disparate group of passengers being on this bus on this night. From the confidence artist to the high society wife, what is it that brought them here? And who will survive?
Directed by key British director and producer Victor Saville (South Riding, Goodbye, Mr Chips) and featuring an early film performance by the legendary British comedian Max Miller, this spooky and unsettling drama is slice of British early horror cinema worth savouring on the big screen and something very different from the American films with which it shares its name.
Activists and a genetic scientist (Brion James) are trapped in a lab with what might have been a cat.
Kirikou and the Men and Women (2012)
Join Kirikou, the beloved feisty young boy with a big heart, as he helps to save his fellow villagers from a whole host of crazy mishaps. Told through the eyes of Kirikou’s grandfather, The Wise Man who lives in the Forbidden Mountain, the stories mix mythology, fable, humour and wit to tell tales of courage and learning the ways of the world. Follow Kirikou as he uses his courage and intelligence to help his family and friends when a number of problems arise in his village.
The Way We Live Now (1970)
A mid-life crisis propels a disaffected advertising executive out of his marriage and into a series of disastrous love affairs with a series of women. He will eventually return to his wife, chastened.
A Cricket in The Court of Akbar (2009)
A classical player of Indian music has a cultural clash with western culture.
Mystery Woman (1935)
Mystery Woman is a 1935 American thriller film directed by Eugene Forde and written by Philip MacDonald. The film stars Mona Barrie, Gilbert Roland, John Halliday, Rod La Rocque, Mischa Auer and Billy Bevan. The film was released on January 8, 1935, Fox Film Corporation.
Ride on Vaquero (1941)
Ride on Vaquero is a 1941 American Western film directed by Herbert I. Leeds and written by Samuel G. Engel. The film stars Cesar Romero, Mary Beth Hughes, Lynne Roberts, Chris-Pin Martin, Robert Lowery and Ben Carter. The film was released on April 18, 1941, by 20th Century Fox.
Of Snails and Men (2012)
Of Snails and Men is a 2012 Romanian comedy film directed by Tudor Giurgiu.
Shakespeare High (2012)
High school students prepare for the Drama Teachers Association of Southern California Shakespeare Competition.
Insurance Investigator (1951)
Insurance Investigator is a 1951 American crime film directed by George Blair and written by Gertrude Walker. The film stars Richard Denning, Audrey Long, John Eldredge, Hillary Brooke, Reed Hadley and Jonathan Hale. The film was released on March 23, 1951, by Republic Pictures.
Born to the Saddle (1953)
Born to the Saddle is a 1953 American film directed by William Beaudine.
Here We Drown Algerians: October 17th, 1961 (2011)
A French police attack on peaceful Algerian marchers on Oct. 17, 1961, causes many deaths, but the atrocity is not uncovered until the 1990s.
Lost Persons Area (2009)
People do not get what they want -- they get what they need.
The Son of the Sheik (1926)
One of the most popular films from the silent era, director George Fitzmaurice’s The Son of the Sheik stars Rudolph Valentino who gives perhaps the finest performance of his career. Unfortunately it would be his last, he died suddenly at the age of 31, just days before the film’s release.In this visually intoxicating sequel to Valentino’s career-defining film The Sheik, the silent screen’s greatest lover portrays a cultured yet untamed young man who is lured into a thieve’s trap by a beautiful dancer, Yasmin (Vilma Banky). After escaping, he kidnaps the damsel and holds her captive in his desert lair, dressing her in Arabian finery and threatening to unleash his violent passion upon her. Exotic romance saturates every frame of this Orientalist epic; its sadomasochistic fantasies are acted out against the lavish set design of William Cameron Menzies (The Thief of Bagdad) and lushly photographed by George Barnes (Sadie Thompson).From a new restoration available for the first time on home video, and featuring a magnificent score by maestro Carl Davis, The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present George Fitzmaurice’s The Son of the Sheik in a Dual Format release for the first time in the UK.
No Secrets (1991)
Three teenage girls play dangerous games with a handsome stranger (Adam Coleman Howard) who has something to hide.
Doctor Without Scruples (1959)
A renowned physician falls under scrutiny when it's discovered his assistant is a former Nazi.
Tango Macbeth (2012)
A film crew documents the creation of a new dance theater film piece.
Thin Ice (1937)
Thin Ice (1937) is a United States comedy/romance film directed by Sidney Lanfield starring Tyrone Power and figure skater Sonja Henie.
The Friends at the Margherita Cafe (2009)
The Friends at the Margherita Cafe (Italian: Gli amici del bar Margherita, also known as The Friends of Bar Margherita) is a 2009 Italian comedy film directed by Pupi Avati.
Girls Under 21 (1940)
Girls Under 21 is a 1940 American drama directed by Max Nosseck, starring Bruce Cabot and Rochelle Hudson.
Code Of Ethics (1998)
An increasingly realistic computer game leads a woman into a web of political intrigue.
Turn of Faith (2002)
Turn of Faith is a 2001 film directed by Charles Jarrott. It stars Ray Mancini and Mia Sara.
Filmmaker Caroline Rowland follows 12 athletes, including cyclist Laura Trott and swimmer Missy Franklin, as they compete in their first Olympic Games.
Miss Lettie and Me (2002)
Miss Lettie and Me is a 2002 American made-for-television drama film starring Mary Tyler Moore and Burt Reynolds. It is based on Katherine Paterson's short story "Poor Little Innocent Lamb".
Mission of Danger (1960)
After his Rangers (Buddy Ebsen, Don Burnett) are caught during a raid, a major (Keith Larsen) must infiltrate the French army to save his men.
Challenge of the Masters (1976)
Challenge of the Masters is a 1976 martial arts-action film released in Hong Kong by Shaw Brothers, and directed by Lau Kar Leung.
Flight to Hong Kong (1956)
Flight to Hong Kong is a 1956 American crime film directed by Joseph M. Newman and written by Edward G. O'Callaghan and Leo Townsend. The film stars Rory Calhoun, Barbara Rush, Dolores Donlon, Soo Yong, Pat Conway and Werner Klemperer. The film was released on October 8, 1956, by United Artists.
Yukon Flight (1940)
Yukon Flight (aka Renfrew of the Royal Mounted in Yukon Flight) is a 1940 American film directed by Ralph Staub and released by Monogram Pictures, starring James Newill, Louise Stanley, Dave O'Brien and William Pawley. The film uses a musical/action formula, similar to the format of the "singing cowboy" films of the era.
The Healing Prophet: Solanus Casey (2006)
Solanus Casey might very well become the first America born male Saint. He was a beloved Capuchin Friar who many believe had the ability to heal the sick and prophesize the future. Stories abound of how Solanus' prayers made miracles happen. He was a role model for his time and continues to be so for people today, which is why he has become a candidate for Sainthood. Solanus Casey was born in 1870 on a Wisconsin farm to Irish immigrant parents. He had a very religious upbringing, along with 15 brothers and sisters, two of whom died during the Diphtheria Epidemic. Solanus faced such tragedies as these, by turning to God for strength and guidance. In fact, his encounter with a fatal stabbing, solidified his desire to become a Priest. He struggled through years of religious studies and was eventually ordained a Simplex Priest and assigned the job of Porter. Many believe his lowly position as the Doorkeeper of the Monastery was providential, as it brought him into closer contact with the people, especially the poor and sick. In 1924, he became the Porter of St. Bonaventure in Detroit, where his reputation as the "Peoples Priest" and the "Holy Priest" only increased. During the Great Depression, his concern for the poor inspired the Detroit Capuchins to establish their first Soup Kitchen. His prayers and counsel helped sustain many families during the Polio Epidemic and WWII. Solanus knew when someone would live or die. And he helped people accept the Will of God regardless of the outcome and to have a "happy death." Father Solanus died in 1957 at the age of 86, and his body is entombed in the Monastery at St. Bonaventure. The Solanus Casey Center was built in 2002 as a Pilgrimage Center for all faiths to learn about the living legacy of Father Solanus. And also to bear witness to the miraculous healings that continue to take place today in his name.
Black Woman's Guide to Finding a Good Man (2007)
Women meet losers and endure various pitfalls while searching for Mr. Right.
City of Missing Girls (1941)
City of Missing Girls is a 1941 American film directed by Elmer Clifton.
Directed by critically-acclaimed director Kenneth Branagh, Jude Law and two-time Oscar-winner Michael Caine (1987, Best Supporting Actor, Hannah and Her Sisters; 2000, Best Supporting Actor, Cider House Rules) join forces in this sharp-witted, modern adaptation of the 1972 classic, Sleuth. Locked in a high-tech English manor, bound in a deadly duel of wits, Andrew Wyke (Caine) and Milo Tindle (Law) come together as English gentlemen to discuss the matter of Wyke's wife: the woman both are sleeping with. But as wit becomes wicked and clever becomes cutthroat, Wyke and Tindle's game of one-upmanship spirals out of control, in an escalating chess match that can have only one outcome: murder.
Drivers Wanted (2012)
Drivers Wanted is a 2012 documentary film about 55 Stan, a New York City taxi depot in Queens, NY. It was directed by Joshua Z Weinstein and produced by Jean Tsien. As well as directing, Weinstein participated in the film, often riding in the passenger seat of the taxi. The film features Johnnie Spider Footman, New York City's oldest taxi driver. Mr. Footman died on September 11, 2013. He was 94 years old. The documentary was screened at the Silverdocs 2012 Film Festival. It also played at the Simons Center for the Arts as part of the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers and the reRun Gastropub. The film was also shown at the DOC NY film festival.
David Blaine: Vertigo (2002)
In Vertigo, David Blaine is lifted by a crane onto a 100-foot tall, 22-inch wide pillar in New York City's Bryant Park. Standing on the pillar for 36 hours, he wears no harness and has no safety net to protect him from the concrete below.
Fatal Desire (2003)
This made-for-television thriller was directed by Ralph Hemecker and was produced by Lifetime Television. The cast includes: Anne Heche, Eric Roberts, Kathleen York, Melyssa Ade and James Edward Campbell. The movie was originally written by Mark Morris and Paul Janczewski and appeared in novel form. It was based on the true life actions of Sharee Miller.
Fairytale: A True Story (1997)
FairyTale: A True Story is a 1997 film from Icon Productions, loosely based on the story of the Cottingley Fairies.
What Jack Built (2015)
Espresso Depresso (1996)
Small Ball: A Little League Story (2004)
Once upon a blue moon (2015)
Metal Retardation Vol. 4 (2015)
Frames of Fear (2016)
At What Cost? Anatomy of Professional Wrestling (2015)
The Parcel (2014)
Arabic Numeral Series 10 (1981)
Annie, the Women in the Life of a Man (1970)
Exemplo Regenerador (1919)
The Love Statue (1965)
Bob Marley: Sun Is Shining - The Remixes (1999)