In the Beginning There Was Underwear (1999)

Two gal pals (Teresa Saponangelo, Stefania Rocca) in Genoa, Italy, bounce around between fleeting love affairs and minimum-wage jobs.

Genius at Work (1946)

Two radio detectives (Wally Brown, Alan Carney) prove a criminologist is "The Cobra."

Overfed & Undernourished (2014)

A boy's quest to regain his health from the inside out illustrates a global epidemic and commentary on today's lifestyles.

Prisonnières (1988)

Women (Agns Soral, Annie Girardot) jailed for murder, robbery and drug possession find prison a harsh new world with its own rules.

House in the Alley (2012)

Thao and Thanh experience strange phenomena and terrifying visions after the death of their baby.

You Can't Escape (1956)

A woman has second thoughts about her silence after her murderous fiance tries to incriminate innocent people.

Sierra Stranger (1957)

Jess Collins, a poor miner, helps Sonny chase off two men he calls claim jumpers. When he arrives in the nearby town, he learns Sonny is no good and everyone in town is against him.

David Copperfield (2000)

Dickens' Victorian orphan (Robin Phillips) drifts until he finds a friendly (Edith Evans) aunt and the girl (Susan Hampshire) he will marry.

Éliot (2013)

Eliot returns home to make a movie for film school and reconnects with Florence, an old friend he tried to impress by offering her roles in his super 8 movies.

The Extreme Team (2003)

A secret Black Ops rescue team made up of Gen X extreme sport athletes goes to New Zealand to save a former member who has been kidnapped.

De Scheepsjongens Van Bontekoe (2007)

A captain recruits a 14-year-old (Pim Wessels) and his two friends (Martijn Hendrickx, Billy Zomerdijk) to sail the high seas to East India.

Day Watch (2006)

Anton (Konstantin Khabensky), a member of a group of supernatural guardians who monitor the forces of the Dark, discovers that his own son is responsible for a series of murders. The Dark Side tries to get Anton out of the way, but his comrades in the Night Watch devise a way to protect him. However, a piece of enchanted chalk with the power to rewrite destiny is the key to a looming battle between Dark and Light.

The Way We Dance (2013)

The rise, fall, and rise again of a Hong Kong street dance crew.

Bag Boy Lover Boy (2014)

Albert, an oddball hot-dog vendor, is shocked when he becomes a photographer's muse.

Make a Million (1935)

A college professor (Charles Starrett) must earn $1 million to win back his job.

Man With Two Lives (1942)

A man's (Edward Norris) behavior changes for the worse when a scientist injects him with the soul of a criminal.

Dinosaurs Alive (2007)

Dinosaurs from the Triassic to the Cretaceous period come to life on the giant IMAX screen through scientifically accurate computer animation. Take a journey with the world's top paleontologists as they find evidence that descendents of these creatures still walk, and fly, among us.

The Tiger of Eschnapur (1959)

An evil maharajah desires the attention of an exotic dancer who only has eyes for a German architect.

Welcome To Nollywood (2007)

Cameras record Nigeria's busiest directors as they film.

Never Die Young (2014)

A man narrates the downward trajectory of his life from beyond the grave.

Minerita (2013)

Three women who work in Potosi, a Bolivian mining district.

Magnetic (2015)

Alice must piece together her memories, dreams, and the space-time continuum itself to find out why she is so essential to the preservation of all life on Earth.

Cat in the Bag (2013)

A small cat becomes trapped in a bag on the street.

Allez, Eddy! (2012)

Freddy, an 11-year-old cycling talent from a small village, signs up for a local race to meet Eddy Merckx.

Roxanne (2013)

Tavi gains access to his state security file, learns his lover from that time was pregnant, and someone betrayed him. A cat-and-mouse game starts when he begins to stalk his longtime friends and their teenage son.

Radar Secret Service (1950)

A federal agent (John Howard) and his partner track uranium-ore hijackers with radar.

Sweetheart (2019)

Assigned by his boss, Thurston (Vernon Dobtcheff), to investigate suspicious businessman Antoine Gardella (Jacques Dutronc), Interpol policeman Christophe Vade (Patrick Bruel) arrives in Zurich, allegedly to look into the murder of Gardella's parents. Warmly welcomed by his suspect, who is highly regarded in the community, Vade is soon drawn into Gardella's world, growing closer to the man's wife, Jeanne (Mathilda May), and finding it harder to concentrate on his task.

Trail of the Mounties (1947)

A constable searches for the killer of a fellow officer and discovers that fur thieves are responsible for the crime.

Neighbors (1920)

Two families hate each other through their shared fence.

Silent Shame (2009)

Ulyssis finds his father and reads his mother's journals to learn about how she died from AIDS.

Kissi Se Na Kehna (1983)

As his son, Ramesh, reaches marriageable age, Kailash sets out to find him a wife, insisting that she should be a traditional, Indian village girl.

Solomon And Gaenor (1999)

"Solomon and Gaenor" tells the moving and passionate story of illicit love between a Welsh girl and a Jewish boy. Gaenor, born into a family of strict chapel-goers, falls for Solomon, a young door-to-door salesman, who conceals his Jewish identity from Gaenor and her family. The couple, from similar yet very distinctive worlds, fall helplessly in love. The odds are against them, however, as the outraged community in which they live conspires to destroy their fragile happiness.

Réimon (2014)

A young woman from northeastern Argentina commutes long distances to her job cleaning houses in Buenos Aires.

Venus and Fleur (2004)

While on vacation, a timid Parisian (Isabelle Pirs) befriends an extroverted Russian (Veroushka Knoge) who shares her quest in finding a soul mate.

The Man of the Crowd (2014)

Juvenal, a lonely train conductor, meets Margo, a station controller.

That Summer of White Roses (1989)

World War II finally reaches a Yugoslavian lake, where a lifeguard (Tom Conti) shelters a refugee (Susan George) and her son.

Charlie Chaplin Carnival (1938)

Charlie Chaplin shines in this collection of four short films from 1916. In "Behind the Screen," Chaplin is a movie studio stagehand who finds love as the studio boss is overthrown. In "The Count," he plays a tailor's assistant who poses as a phony count's secretary to woo a wealthy woman (Edna Purviance). In "The Fireman," Charlie must save an innocent girl from a burning house, and in "The Vagabond," he's a poor violinist who helps reunite a gypsy girl with her mother.

Stark Raving Mad (1976)

A Nebraska garbageman (Russell Fast) goes on a killing spree, with his girlfriend (Marcie Severson) along for the ride.

Brown on Resolution (1935)

A British naval officer's illegitimate son becomes a hero in a battle against German ships.

Rennschwein Rudi Russel (1995)

Though they live in an apartment, a family decide to keep a pig they win in a raffle.

Criminal Court (1946)

A wily candidate (Tom Conway) for district attorney defends his fiancee (Martha O'Driscoll) charged with murder.

Cactus In The Snow (1971)

An Army private (Richard Thomas) with a three-day pass tries to lose his innocence with an innocent young woman (Mary Layne).

That Riviera Touch (1966)

Two British jokers (Eric Morecambe, Ernie Wise) go on vacation and get mixed up with crooks plotting a jewel heist on the Cote d'Azur.

1987 (2014)

In 1987, Ricardo plans to use his Italian heritage to get into crime to pay for his fun for the summer.

Hero No.1 (1997)

An industrialist's son and a student try to convince their relatives that their love is real.

Fatal Bond (1991)

A young woman (Linda Blair) takes off with a charming stranger (Jerome Ehlers) in Australia, then begins to think he's a killer.

Coqueta (1949)

A young dancer falls in love with a sailor that comes into town, but he is the son of the man she loves.

The Contenders (2009)

Ken and Nora host a birthday party until the guest of honor suddenly dies. The remaining friends spend the rest of the night discussing sex, death and the secret of happiness.

Fabled (2002)

There was once a wolf named Lupold ...

Beyond the Rockies (1932)

A cowboy (Tom Keene) and his buddies follow rustlers to their boss, a robust woman rancher (Marie Wells).

Ridin' for Justice (1932)

A popular cowboy (Buck Jones) takes the blame for the death of a deputy who tried to force himself on the marshal's wife.

Divine Madness (1980)

Bette Midler dresses up, tells racy jokes and sings "The Rose," "I Shall Be Released," "Leader of the Pack."

The Great American Cowboy (1973)

Filmmaker Kieth Merrill chronicles the hardened lives of professional American rodeo riders and workers as they travel across the country and participate in grueling events. The film draws comparisons between these 20th-century athletes and the true cowboys of the old American West, while focusing on two riders who are battling for the world championship: Larry Mahan, a seasoned veteran of the rodeo circuit, and Phil Lyne, a promising young rookie.

We The People: From Crispus Attucks To Barack Obama (2010)

The progression of America is evident from its beginnings, through slavery, to the election of the first black president.

Wounded Heart (1995)

A young Wall Street whiz (Paula Devicq) finds romance after returning to her Texas hometown following her father's (Stuart Whitman) stroke.

Bouton (2011)

During her cancer battle, Swiss actress and puppeteer Johana Bory finds solace in her handmade puppet, Bouton.

Prem Bandhan (1979)

A man who loses his memory in an accident and falls in love with a fisher woman and gets married whereas his girlfriend keeps waiting for him in city.

This American Journey (2013)

British actor Paul Blackthorne and Australian photographer Mister Basquali travel across the U.S. and talk to people about their lives and whether the American Dream is still viable after the economic downturn.

Here Comes Peter Cottontail (1971)

Peter Cottontails is named the new Chief Easter Bunny but loses a contest to the evil January Q. Irontail who wants to ruin Easter. With the help of a time machine Peter sets out to make up for his mistake and save Easter from January.

Sweet Nothing (1995)

After Monika (Mira Sorvino) gives birth to a daughter, her husband, Angelo (Michael Imperioli), begins to have serious financial troubles. His friend, Ray (Paul Calderon), suggests that Angelo can make a small fortune by helping him deal crack cocaine. Angelo initially refuses, until he becomes hooked on the drug and realizes he has to support both his addiction and his family. But as the years drag on, more and more of Ray's money goes toward his drug problem, and the family begins to crumble.

King of Guangzhou (2013)

A Nigerian man facing deportation fights to stay in China with his pregnant wife.

Saint Mike (1963)

A priest (Cesar Romero) and his dog help a young delinquent find his way.

You're Breaking Up (2015)

A bride has to make the most difficult choice of her life after she overhears a conversation on her wedding day.

Sabse Bada Mawali (1996)

In the palace of the State Chief Minister, security is tight. However, when the niece of the Chief Minister's wife falls in love and invites her suitor to meet her aunt, it turns out that he is not who he seems to be.

Stop That Cab (1951)

Gangsters hound a night-shift cabby (Sid Melton) about some loot left in his car.

Mr. Walkie Talkie (1952)

An Army sergeant (Joe Sawyer) transfers to Korea to escape another sergeant (William Tracy) who won't shut up.

Vijay (1988)

Lala, a widower, is dismayed to learn that both his children plan to marry people of lower classes. He gives his son's pregnant fiancee a blank check and asks her to leave, but 25 years pass before the check is cashed, and Lala sets out to discover the reason.

Leda (1959)

Murder follows a married Frenchman's bold affair with his next-door neighbor.

My Name Is Mohammed (2010)

A refugee boy living in Jordan is forced to clean shoes to support his mother and sister.

Walk the Proud Land (1956)

Based on a true story, this film follows John Philip Clum (Audie Murphy), a government official sent to Arizona to broker peace between the Americans and the Apache people. Initially hesitant, the Americans are convinced by Clum to stop fighting, and they allow him to establish a police force on the reservation, trained by Clum's friend Tom Sweeny (Charles Drake). Meanwhile, a romantic rivalry begins between Clum's wife and an Apache woman (Anne Bancroft) who has taken refuge in Clum's home.

Paladar (2014)

Two students start an underground restaurant in the heart of Los Angeles during the failing economy.

The Secret Killer (1965)

A serial killer haunts Düsseldorf during the Great Depression and claims at least nine victims.

All Men Are Mortal (1995)

An unfulfilled actress (Irne Jacob) is strangely drawn to a mysterious patient (Stephen Rea) with amnesia in postwar France.

Letters to My Mother (2013)

A man (John Dumelo) faces the scorn of his mother after visiting his pregnant fiancee overseas.

War in France (2015)

A sleazy French teacher preys on his students and forces them to earn his favor to pass his exams.

Zoo Radio (1991)

A tycoon's sons wage war with their Los Angeles radio stations, with the winner inheriting $60 million.

Now and Forever (1983)

A boutique owner (Cheryl Ladd) returns to Australia and finds her husband (Robert Coleby) being railroaded to prison for rape.

The Great Man (2014)

At the end of their posting in Afghanistan, French Legionnaires Markov and Hamilton track a leopard until an ambush causes an abdication of duty.

Sweet Pea (1981)

The brilliant 12-year-old son of childish parents is accused of fathering the child of a drunken American house guest.

Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (1946)

A couple of gamblers pressure the local night club owner to rig things so the college rowing crew will lose its upcoming race.

Peyote (2013)

Pablo, a shy teenager, meets Marco, a slightly older teenager. They embark on an impromptu road trip to the Mexican desert to discover their sexuality.

The Red Dance (1928)

The Bolshevik Revolution takes its toll on the lives of three people from different walks of life.

Red, White and Busted (1972)

A draft resister (Darrell Larson) returns from Canada and runs into two buddies: a Vietnam veteran and another resister (Dennis Olivieri).

Scream Free (1969)

A man (Richard Beymer) flees with his girlfriend (Lana Wood) from a love-in and motorcycles to Mexico with drug smugglers.

Drive-In (1976)

During a hot summer night in Texas, the local drive-in plays host to a number of hook-ups and hijinks. Glowie (Lisa Lemole), the town's most attractive girl, tries to dodge the attentions of local bad boy Enoch (Billy Milliken) and at the same time seduce the sweet but socially inept Orville (Glenn Morshower). Meanwhile, bungling stick-up man Will Henry (Gordon Hurst) repeatedly tries and fails to rob the place, and a couple of local gangs argue over who owns what turf.

The Monsters (1963)

Nineteen sketches of society's contradictions.

The Singularity (2012)

The effects of supercomputers on what it means to be human.

Torture: Made in USA (2013)

Filmmaker and journalist Marie-MoniqueRobin investigates the events and the machinations of key policy leaders that led the United States to adapt the systematic use of torture in Afghanistan, Guantanamo and Iraq in the name of war.

A Long Walk (2006)

A retired principal (Ken Ogata) bonds with an abused, lonely girl (Hana Sugiura).

Uomo (2013)

A married lawyer who's caught in the grip of a midlife crisis comes to a personal realization after befriending a transvestite hooker.

Miss 420 (1998)

After an agent, Miss 420, is assassinated, an investigative reporter discovers some evidence that points to underworld gangster Diwan Kapoor. However, the reporter is kidnapped, leaving his sister and her boyfriend searching for him in a dangerous world.

Kingdom of Shadows (1998)

Clips from more than 40 silent-film classics highlight a study of the horror film's early evolution. Rod Steiger narrates.

Out in East Berlin: Lesbians and Gays in the GDR (2013)

Gay men and women share their personal histories during the socialistic GDR until the fall of the Berlin Wall.

The Life and Mind of Mark DeFriest (2014)

Filmmaker Gabriel London examines the case of Mark DeFriest, a longtime inmate with a knack for escaping from prison.

Jesus Christ Saviour (2008)

Klaus Kinski's final stage performance.

Voyage to the Edge of the World (1976)

Undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau and the crew of his vessel Calypso undertake a dangerous trip to the Antarctic.

Fistful of Brains (2008)

In a small town, two brothers battle over a mystical lake.

22:22 (2013)

Upon awakening at his desk, Franck tries to leave the office, but somehow, whether by stairs or by elevator, finds himself back where he began.

Book of Ruth (2013)

Ruth, a young woman from northern Mexico, embarks on a journey through the desert without food or water for a chance to have the most basic human rights.

Immigrant (2013)

Daanyik, a 9-year-old Russian immigrant in the United States, has to overcome nearly insurmountable odds to save himself and his mother from destruction.