Freestyle (2010)

An Oxford-bound teen and a street-wise basketball player begin a full-court romance.

Pushed to the Limit (1992)

Pushed to the Limit is a 1992 action pro wrestling feature film written by Mimi Lesseos and directed by Michael Mileham. Starring Mimi Lesseos and Verrel Lester Reed, the film is about a wrestling queen who finds out that a gangster is responsible for her brother's death and trains in kickboxing to avenge his death.

Kandahar Break (2009)

A British engineer is forced to flee Afghanistan in 1999 because of a deadly game of intrigue.

Transformations (1988)

In the furthest reaches of the galaxy, a lone transport pilot, Wolfgang "Wolf" Shadduck (Rex Smith, The Pirates of Penzance), locks in his destination, switches onto automatic pilot and retires for the night. Little does he know that events will soon steer him onto a collision course with gruesome horrors of Transformations; where a horrifying evil lurks behind seductive facades.

Aladdin and His Lamp (1952)

Aladdin and His Lamp is a 1952 film.

A Japanese Tragedy (1953)

A Japanese Tragedy , also known as Tragedy of Japan, is a Japanese film directed by Keisuke Kinoshita and released in 1953. Kinoshita interspersed newsreel footage within the film in an attempt to relate the story of the film to the wider context of Japan's post-war difficulties. The film tells the story of a mother, played by Yūko Mochizuki, who had to raise two children during and after World War II but whose children reject her.

Sensitive New Age Killer (2000)

Sensitive New Age Killer is a 2001 Australian film directed by Mark Savage.

Desert Vigilante (1949)

The Durango Kid (Charles Starrett) bags Mexican-border silver smugglers for Uncle Sam.

The Alf Garnett Saga (1972)

The Alf Garnett Saga is a 1972 British comedy film directed by Bob Kellett and starring Warren Mitchell, Dandy Nichols, Paul Angelis and Adrienne Posta. The film was the second spin-off from the BBC TV series Till Death Us Do Part. It starts where the first film finished, but with Angelis and Posta now playing Mike and Rita, the roles previously played by Antony Booth and Una Stubbs.

Lightning Over Water (1980)

Lightning Over Water is a 1980 documentary film by Wim Wenders and Nicholas Ray about the last days of Ray's own life; the director was most famous for his 1955 film Rebel Without a Cause. It was screened out of competition at the 1980 Cannes Film Festival.

They Call It Myanmar: Lifting the Curtain (2012)

The filmmaker documents life in the world's second-most-isolated country.

The Beach of the Greyhounds (2002)

When not taking care of his mother (Montserrat Salvador), Martin (Carmelo Gmez) searches for his fugitive brother, Pablo (Gustavo Salmern), who has been in hiding for years. After falling for former terrorist Berta (Claudia Gerini), Martin follows the trail of evidence to Denmark. Hoping to learn Pablo's location from psychiatrist Dubbini (Miguel ngel Sol), Martin is distracted from his pursuit when a love triangle emerges, involving himself, Dubbini and the fiery Berta.

Xuxa Requebra (1999)

Xuxa Requebra (English: Xuxa Gets Down) is a 1999 Brazilian musical romantic comedy film directed by Tizuka Yamasaki, with final script by Evandro Mesquita. His cast includes razilian singer, TV host and actress Xuxa Meneghel, singer Daniel and Elke Maravilha as protagonists of the story, as well as the participation of countless Brazilian artists such as Carla Perez, Luciano Huck and Fat Family. Requebra was Fox's first Brazilian co-production and debuted in theaters on December 17, 1999. The show was watched by approximately 2,074,461 viewers and earned more than 8 million reais for its producers, according to Ancine

The Hand (1981)

It lives. It crawls. And suddenly, it kills! Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Michael Caine stars in the film The New York Times called "a clever tale of unusual psychological intelligence and wit." Caine delivers a spectacular performance as a cartoonist whose hand is severed in an auto accident. While Caine's marriage and career fall apart, the hand mysteriously returns—on its own murder spree. A chilling tale of horror written and directed by Academy Award-winner Oliver Stone (Natural Born Killers, JFK, Born on the Fourth of July), and co-starring singer-actress Andrea Marcovicci, Viveca Lindfors, Bruce McGill and Mara Hobel.

Evim Sensin (2012)

Leyla separates from her husband, but her father helps her repair the link between them.

The Dalton Gang (1949)

The Dalton Gang is a 1949 American Western film starring Don "Red" Barry. It was directed by Ford Beebe.

Machibuse (1970)

Machibuse is a 1970 Japanese drama film directed by Hiroshi Inagaki.

He Married His Wife (1940)

He Married His Wife is a 1940 film about a race horse owner (Joel McCrea) who wants his ex-wife (Nancy Kelly) to remarry so he'll no longer have to pay alimony. This movie is a black-and-white comedy released 19 January 1940, directed by Roy Del Ruth and written by John O'Hara, among others.

Josette (1938)

Josette is a 1938 American comedy film directed by Allan Dwan and starring Don Ameche, Simone Simon and Robert Young. Two brothers fall in love with the same nightclub singer.

Gentle Ben (2002)

While spending the summer with his uncle, a city boy befriends a black bear stuck in a mine shaft.

Peau neuve (1999)

New Dawn (French: Peau neuve) is a 1999 French drama film directed by Émilie Deleuze. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1999 Cannes Film Festival.

Diary of a Chambermaid (1964)

This wicked adaptation of the Octave Mirbeau novel is classic Luis Buñuel. Jeanne Moreau is Celestine, a beautiful Parisian domestic who, upon arrival at her new job at an estate in provincial 1930s France, entrenches herself in sexual hypocrisy and scandal with her philandering employer (Buñuel regular Michel Piccoli). Filmed in luxurious black-and-white Franscope, Diary of a Chambermaid is a raw-edged tangle of fetishism and murder—and a scathing look at the burgeoning French fascism of the era.

Henry IV (1984)

Henry IV (Italian: Enrico IV) is a 1984 Italian drama film directed by Marco Bellocchio. It is based on the Luigi Pirandello play of the same name and has music by Ástor Piazzolla. It was entered into the 1984 Cannes Film Festival.

The Hundred Hour Hunt (1952)

Emergency Call is a British film released in 1952 by Nettlefold Films. The film was directed by Lewis Gilbert and stars Jack Warner in a familiar role playing a policeman, Anthony Steel, Joy Shelton and Sid James as a dubious boxing promoter. The film was remade in 1962 as Emergency starring Glyn Houston.

Le matou (1985)

The Alley Cat is a 1985 Canadian/French French-language drama film based on the novel of the same name by Yves Beauchemin.

Cat Scratch Fever (2012)

After discovering that they can observe alternate realities online, two women (Kara Elverson, Starsha Gill) become obsessed with stalking their alternate selves.

The Master of Bankdam (1947)

The Master of Bankdam is a 1947 British historical film directed by Walter Forde and based on the novel The Crowthers of Bankdam by Thomas Armstrong. It stars Anne Crawford, Dennis Price, Tom Walls, Stephen Murray, Linden Travers and David Tomlinson. The story concerns two generations of brothers who struggle for control of the family business in 19th-century Yorkshire.

My Only Sunshine (2009)

Hayat and her family live poorly on the banks of a river.

Just Neighbors (1919)

Just Neighbors is a 1919 short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd. Prints of the film survive in the film archives at George Eastman House, the UCLA Film and Television Archive, Filmoteca Española and the National Film, Television and Sound Archives of Canada.

Personality Kid (1946)

Personality Kid is a 1946 American film.

Mazdoor (1983)

Mazdoor is a 1983 Hindi film. Produced by B. R. Chopra it is directed by his son Ravi Chopra. The film stars Dilip Kumar, Nanda, Nazir Hussain, Raj Babbar, Suresh Oberoi, Rati Agnihotri, Padmini Kolhapure, Iftekhar, Madan Puri and Johnny Walker. The music of the film is by R. D. Burman. This was veteran actress Nanda's final film appearance before her retirement from acting.

The Desert Horseman (1946)

The Desert Horseman is a 1946 American Western film directed by Ray Nazarro and written by Sherman L. Lowe. The film stars Charles Starrett, Adele Roberts, Walt Shrum and Smiley Burnette. The film was released on July 11, 1946, by Columbia Pictures.

The Girl Friend (1935)

The Girl Friend is a 1935 American musical comedy film directed by Edward Buzzell and starring Ann Sothern, Jack Haley and Roger Pryor.

Heart o' the Hills (1919)

Heart o' the Hills is a 1919 American silent drama film directed by Joseph De Grasse and Sidney Franklin, written by Bernard McConville based on John Fox, Jr.'s novel of the same name.

South of Death Valley (1949)

The Durango Kid attempts to ease tensions between ranchers and miners over the cause of polluted water.

Into Thin Air (1985)

A Canadian woman (Ellen Burstyn) hires a private detective (Robert Prosky) after her teenage son vanishes in Nebraska.

Plastic Bag (2009)

Plastic Bag is a short film directed by Ramin Bahrani. The film features the voice of German filmmaker Werner Herzog and an original score by Kjartan Sveinsson of the Icelandic rock band Sigur Rós. Plastic Bag premiered as the opening night film of Corto Cortissimo in the Venice Film Festival. It later screened at Telluride and the New York Film Festival. The film is part of the Independent Television Service (ITVS) online series Futurestates and was produced by Noruz Films and Gigantic Pictures.

Medium Raw: Night of the Wolf (2010)

Medium Raw: Night of the Wolf is a 2010 horror thriller television film directed by Andrew Cymek. The run time is 111 minutes.

Flame and the Flesh (1954)

Flame and the Flesh is a 1954 drama film made by MGM that stars Lana Turner. It was directed by Richard Brooks and produced by Joe Pasternak from a screenplay by Helen Deutsch based on the novel by Auguste Bailly. The music score was by Nicholas Brodszky and the cinematography by Christopher Challis. The film also features Pier Angeli, Carlos Thompson and Bonar Colleano.

Mimesis (2011)

Mimesis: Night of the Living Dead (also Mimesis) is a 2011 American horror film directed by Douglas Schulze, written by Joshua Wagner and Schulze, and starring Allen Maldonado, Lauren Mae Shafer, Taylor Piedmonte, and David G.B. Brown.

The Honour of the House (1999)

The Honour of the House (Icelandic: Ungfrúin góða og húsið) is a 1999 Icelandic film directed by Guðný Halldórsdóttir. It was Iceland's official Best Foreign Language Film submission at the 72nd Academy Awards, but did not manage to receive a nomination.

Please Teacher (1937)

Not to be confused with the anime series Please Teacher!. Please Teacher was a 1937 British comedy film, based on a musical play by KRG Browne, Bert Lee and RP Weston. This was adapted into a screenplay by Stafford Dickens, who also directed.

The Vulture's Eye (2004)

The Vulture's Eye is a 2004 horror film inspired by Bram Stoker's novel Dracula set in Virginia.

Freeze Die Come to Life (1990)

Freeze Die Come to Life (Russian: Замри, умри, воскресни; translit. Zamri, umri, voskresni!, also known as Don't Move, Die and Rise Again!) is a 1989 Soviet drama film directed by Vitali Kanevsky. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1990 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Caméra d'Or.

Bread Pudding (1996)

Poor Man's Pudding (French: Pudding chômeur) is a Canadian satirical comedy film, released in 1996. It was the final theatrical film directed by Gilles Carle. The film stars Chloé Sainte-Marie as Yo-Yo and Louis-Philippe Davignon-Daigneault as Alphonse, a New Age cult priestess in Montreal and her faith healer nephew. Events are set in motion when Alphonse's father Aristide (François Léveillé) threatens to commit suicide by jumping off the Jacques Cartier Bridge, leading to an ad hoc neighbourhood referendum on whether or not he should jump. The film is in part a satire of the political and social rhetoric, on both sides of the issue, in the 1995 Quebec referendum; Carle was inspired by, and singled out for special oppobrium in his film, the notion offered by some of his sovereignist friends that Quebec independence would in and of itself solve the social problems of poverty, unemployment and homelessness. The film garnered two Genie Award nominations at the 17th Genie Awards in 1996, in the categories of Best Screenplay (Carle) and Best Costume Design (Denis Sperdouklis).

Poison Ivy (1985)

Poison Ivy is a 1985 American made-for-television romantic comedy film starring Michael J. Fox and Nancy McKeon, directed by Larry Elikann, and written by Bennett Tramer. The film premiered on NBC on February 10, 1985 and aired just months before Fox's feature film breakthrough Back to the Future and follow-up Teen Wolf.

Dear Mr. Prohack (1949)

Arthur Prohack works in the treasury where he has the reputation of being ‘The Terror of the Departments’ due to his extremely rigid control of the public purse. When he suddenly comes into a private fortune, however, his personal finances prove exceedingly difficult to manage, along with his family!

Stalingrad: Dogs, Do You Want to Live Forever? (1959)

Stalingrad: Dogs, Do You Want to Live Forever? (German: Hunde, wollt ihr ewig leben) is an 1959 West-German film, directed by Frank Wisbar and based on the eponymous novel by Fritz Wöss. The movie revolves around the Battle of Stalingrad. The title is drawn from Friedrich the Great's words when he saw his soldiers fleeing at Kolin: "You cursed rascals, do you want to live forever?"

All Stars (2013)

All Stars (also known as StreetDance: All Stars) is a 2013 British film that was directed by Ben Gregor. The movie was released in the United Kingdom on 3 May 2013, and stars Theo Stevenson as one of two children trying to save their youth centre.

Vice Academy Part 3 (1991)

Two policewomen (Ginger Lynn Allen, Elizabeth Kaitan) must save the city from a green-haired woman (Julia Parton) out to harm the environment.

Bar-Rac's Night Out (1937)

A playful raccoon encounters other forest animals during his search for food.

Utah Blaine (1957)

Utah Blaine is a 1957 American Western film directed by Fred F. Sears and starring Rory Calhoun. It was based on a novel by Louis L'Amour.

The National Parks Project (2011)

The National Parks Project is a Canadian music and film project. Released in 2011 to mark the 100th anniversary of the creation of the National Parks of Canada system, the project sent three Canadian musicians and a filmmaker to each of 13 Canadian national parks, one in each province and territory, to create and score a short documentary film about the park.

Do No Harm (2012)

A psychiatrist (Lauren Holly) kidnaps one of her patients, a woman (Deanna Russo) who bears a striking resemblance to her daughter.

Awaara (1951)

Awaara ,(Template:Āwārā), also written Awāra and known overseas as The Vagabond, is a 1951 Indian film, produced and directed by Raj Kapoor, and written by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas. It stars Raj Kapoor, Nargis, Raj's real-life father Prithviraj Kapoor, Leela Chitnis, and K. N. Singh. Other members of the Kapoor family make an appearance, including Raj's youngest real-life brother Shashi Kapoor, who plays the younger version of his character, and Prithiviraj's father Dewan Bashwanath Kapoor, playing a cameo role in his only film appearance. The film's music was composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

A Not So Still Life (2010)

Artist Ginny Ruffner inspires people in and out of the art world with her indefatigable spirit.

Another Time, Another Place (1983)

Another Time, Another Place is a 1983 British drama film directed by Michael Radford and starring Phyllis Logan, Giovanni Mauriello and Denise Coffey. The screenplay was based on the novel by Jessie Kesson.

Paris After Dark (1943)

Paris After Dark is a 1943 American war drama film directed by Léonide Moguy and starring George Sanders, Philip Dorn and Brenda Marshall. It portrays the activities of the French resistance in occupied Paris during World War II. The portrayal of the resistance was modeled on the Communist-led Front National, possibly due to the influence of screenwriter Harold Buchman who was known for his left-wing views. The film's sets were designed by art directors James Basevi and John Ewing.

Rift (2011)

Several college students are brutally murdered in a small college town and the killer is still on the loose. In an attempt to seek the truth, a journalism student misguidedly finds herself in a storm of intrigue, jealousy, devil worship, and the haunting of misunderstood forces that roam the college town. Will she discover the town's long buried secrets? Or will she find out that some secrets are better left concealed?

The Eye of the Monocle (1962)

The Eye of the Monocle (French:L'oeil du monocle) is a 1962 French comedy thriller film directed by Georges Lautner and starring Paul Meurisse, Elga Andersen and Gaia Germani. It is the sequel of The Black Monocle (1961).

She Good Fighter (1995)

Two female kickboxers (Dagmar Liekens, Sophie Winters) and a lawyer (Tom van Landuyt) seek vengeance on an evil crime lord.

A Day Of Violence (2010)

Mitchell spends his last day alive ridding himself of his demons once and for all.

Old Scores (1991)

Old Scores is a 1991 television film jointly produced by New Zealand and Wales, about the two countries' mutual national sport of rugby union. It is notable for the appearance of a large number of legendary Welsh and New Zealand international rugby players in supporting roles. Old Scores was primarily intended as theatrical release in New Zealand but was shown as a television movie in Wales.

The Huns (1960)

The Huns (Italian: La regina dei tartari, French: La reine des barbares), also known as The Queen of the Tartars, is a 1960 Italian-French epic adventure film directed by Sergio Grieco and starring Chelo Alonso and Jacques Sernas.

60 Second Assassin (1978)

Growing weary of his assignments, a contract killer known for his brisk efficiency becomes a marked man, himself, when his boss decides his time is up.

A Fight to the Finish (1937)

A Fight to the Finish is a 1937 American drama film, directed by Charles C. Coleman. It stars Don Terry, Rosalind Keith, and Ward Bond.

The Venusian (1954)

A woman (Patricia Neal) meets a man (Helmut Dantine) with no pulse who is here from Venus to warn Earth about the atom.

Sinister Hands (1932)

Sinister Hands is a 1932 American film directed by Armand Schaefer.

Blunderkind (2011)

A man (Wes Robertson) reconnects with his best friend (Bridger Zadina), who hasn't aged in 20 years.

Little Treasure (1985)

Little Treasure is a 1985 American action drama film starring Margot Kidder, Ted Danson and Burt Lancaster. The film, written and directed by Alan Sharp, deals with the strained relationship between a bank robber father and his daughter, a stripper.

Bounty (2009)

A team of bounty hunters get more than they bargained for when they discover human medical experiments that went wrong as they track down a deranged scientist.

After Kony: Staging Hope (2011)

Several American actors and Ugandan teenagers work together to start a theater program in northern Uganda.

Southern Girls (2012)

Women join a faith-based club to figure out how they can make their lives better for themselves, their families and society as a whole.

Wild Wheels (1992)

Documentarian Harrod Blank, son of acclaimed filmmaker Les Blank and foremost expert on the art car phenomenon, examines the obsession that drives him and others to modify automobiles and motorcycles into fanciful vehicular monstrosities such as the Wrought Iron VW Bug, the Hippomobile or the Cowasaki. Profiling dozens of unusual art car creations, along with their eccentric owners, Blank provides a unique look inside a bizarre yet charming automotive subculture.

Heater (1999)

Ben (Gary Farmer) and The Man (Stephen Ouimette) are homeless during an icy Canadian winter. Their only hope for salvation is an unopened space heater -- still in its box -- that they share. The problem is they don't have anywhere to plug it into. They decide to trek to a shopping mall to redeem their sole possession for cash. It's a negligible sum, but the idea motivates them. What follows is a journey to the mall, in which they meet a plethora of quirky characters.

Street Sisters (1974)

A light-skinned young man who was raised by his grandparents decides to seek out his mother, a black prostitute who abandoned him as a child.

Bombal (2012)

The life of Maria Luisa Bombal, one of the most important women in Latin American literature.

Rice Girl (1956)

Rice Girl (Italian: La risaia) is a 1956 Italian drama film directed by Raffaello Matarazzo.

Blanc de Blanc (2009)

A man arrives in Philadelphia and falls in love with a woman, but his past will not let him go without a fight.

Get Going (1943)

Get Going is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Jean Yarbrough and written by Warren Wilson. The film stars Robert Paige, Grace McDonald, Barbara Jo Allen, Walter Catlett, Maureen Cannon, Lois Collier and Milburn Stone. The film was released on June 21, 1943, by Universal Pictures.

Angels' Brigade (1979)

Angels Revenge is a 1979 American film directed by Greydon Clark and distributed by Arista Films. It is also known as Angels' Brigade and Seven from Heaven. Angels Revenge has major roles for Peter Lawford and Jack Palance as the leaders of a drug cartel, and gives minor roles to famous character actors Jim Backus, Alan Hale, Jr., Pat Buttram and Arthur Godfrey (playing himself). Of the actresses who played the movie's seven female protagonists, however, the closest any had previously come to any degree of fame was Susan Kiger, who had been the Playboy Playmate of the Month for January 1977. Kiger played singer Michelle Wilson; her co-stars were Sylvia Anderson as stuntwoman Terry Grant, Lieu Chinh as martial arts instructor Keiko Umaro, Jacqueline Cole as high-school teacher April, Noela Velasco as model Maria, and Robin Greer as policewoman Elaine Brenner. Her younger sister Liza Greer plays high-school student Trish, who invites herself into the team. Jack Palance played chief antagonist Mike Farrell, assistant to Lawford's kingpin character.

Angels (1976)

God sends two recently deceased gangsters on a mission to help a psychotic cowboy (Vincent Schiavelli) kill a controversial video artist (Drew Abrams).

The Argyle Secrets (1948)

The Arygle Secrets is a 1948 film directed by Cy Endfield. It was based on a half-hour radio play by Endfield, originally heard on CBS' Suspense. The film was made for the micro-budget of $100,000 and shot in eight days.

Aro Tolbukhin in the Mind of a Killer (2002)

Aro Tolbukhin; En la mente del asesino is a 2002 Spanish film, written and directed by Isaac Pierre Racine, Agustí Villaronga, and Lydia Zimmermann. It was the 2003 Spanish submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Love Story (1981)

Love Story is a 1981 Indian romantic movie directed by Rahul Rawail. The film stars Rajendra Kumar alongside his son Kumar Gaurav and Vijeta Pandit, both making their film debuts.

Parachute Nurse (1942)

Parachute Nurse is a 1942 Columbia Pictures film about the Aerial Nurse Corps. The film was directed by Charles Barton.

Running on the Sun: The Badwater 135 (2000)

Running on the Sun: The Badwater 135 is a 2000 documentary film directed by Mel Stuart. The film follows athletes as they run 135 miles in the 1999 Badwater Ultramarathon, starting in California's Death Valley and ending at Whitney Portal, the trailhead to Mount Whitney. The winner for the 1999 race was Eric Clifton with a time of 27 hours and 49 minutes, beating the previous year winner, Gabriel Flores.

A Murder of Quality (1991)

A Murder of Quality is a 1991 television film directed by Gavin Millar and a screenplay written by John le Carré, based on his 1962 novel A Murder of Quality, first screened on 10 April 1991 on ITV in the United Kingdom and shown in the United States of America on 13 October 1991 on the A&E network.

Satan in High Heels (1962)

Satan in High Heels is a 1962 American sexploitation film starring Meg Myles and Grayson Hall. It was directed by Jerald Intrator.

All About Women (2008)

All About Women, originally titled She Ain't Mean and Not All Women Are Bad, is a 2008 Chinese romantic comedy-drama film directed by Tsui Hark. Starring Zhou Xun, Kitty Zhang and Gwei Lun-mei, the film tells a series of interwoven stories as it focuses on the lives of three women and their romantic relationships. Zhou plays a clumsy woman who secretly develops a pheromone drug patch, which serves as a plot device for the film; Kwai plays a punk rock band singer, who is also a boxer and novelist; and Zhang plays a wealthy attractive woman.

The Advocate For Fagdom (2011)

Filmmaker Bruce LaBruce thrives on transgression, pushing boundaries, mixing the sexual and the political, while refusing to fall prey to cliché. This doc celebrates LaBruce, with insights from directors Gus Van Sant, Harmony Korine, and John Waters.

Dream and Silence (2012)

Dream and Silence (Spanish: Sueño y silencio) is a 2012 Spanish drama film directed by Jaime Rosales. The film was screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.

Witchcraft IV: The Virgin Heart (1992)

Julie Strain stars as a satanic stripper in the fourth chapter of the Witchcraft series.

In Our Time (1982)

Four short films from four different directors, spanning from the 1950s to the 1980s. A staple of Taiwanese New Wave Cinema.

Between Kings And Queens (2010)

A young African prince travels to America to flee his responsibilities.

Incident At Phantom Hill (1966)

Incident at Phantom Hill is a 1966 American western film produced by Harry Tatelman and directed by Earl Bellamy. It stars Robert Fuller, Jocelyn Lane and Dan Duryea. The story involves a Union gold shipment is stolen and buried in the desert. Both Union and rebel forces struggle to find it while threatened by Apaches. A romance complicates the action.

The Gathering Storm (1974)

The Gathering Storm is a 1974 British/American television biopic film, about Winston Churchill's life in the years just prior to, and at the start of, World War II, from 1936 to 1940.

Is She or Isn't He? (2010)

Growing up as a boy, Graham seems more like a girl. When he gets older, he becomes Ashleigh, who desperately wants to be accepted as female.

Fiend (1980)

Fiend is a 1980 American B movie science fiction horror film directed and written by low-budget filmmaker Don Dohler, shot in Milford, Delaware and starring Don Leifert, Elaine White, Richard Nelson, and George Stover. The film had U.S. theatrical release in September 1980.

Souls in Pawn (1940)

A pregnant college student with nowhere else to turn enters a maternity home and subsequently loses her baby to a burlesque performer.