Benda Bilili! (2010)

Benda Bilili! is a 2010 documentary by Renaud Barret and Florent de La Tullaye, produced by Yves Chanvillard and Nadim Cheikhrouha (Screenrunner).

Shootout at Wadala (2013)

Shootout at Wadala is a 2013 Indian biographical-crime film written and directed by Sanjay Gupta. It is a prequel to the 2007 hit Shootout at Lokhandwala, and it is the second instalment of the Shootout film series. It is loosely based on the book Dongri to Dubai: Six Decades of the Mumbai Mafia by Hussain Zaidi. The film features John Abraham, Anil Kapoor, Kangana Ranaut, Tusshar Kapoor, Manoj Bajpayee and Sonu Sood in lead roles. The film dramatises the encounter by Mumbai police in which gangster Manya Surve was shot dead. It took place at the junction adjacent to Dr. Ambedkar college, Wadala, Mumbai on 11 January 1982. The film was slated to be released on 1 May 2013, but was released on 3 May instead, to coincide with the day that marked 100 years of Bollywood. The film released to mixed reviews from critics, and according to Box Office India, emerged as an "average" at the box office.

Soodhu Kavvum (2013)

Soodhu Kavum is a 2013 Tamil language black comedy crime film directed by Nalan Kumarasamy. It features Vijay Sethupathi, Bobby Simha, Ashok Selvan, Ramesh Thilak, Karunakaran and Sanchita Shetty in the lead roles. The film was released on 1 May. The main concept is about how silly talk has engulfed people's day-to-day life and modern society. Soodhu Kavvum received positive reviews from critics and became a commercial success.

Aftershock (2008)

A devastating earthquake hits New Zealand.

The Stranger (1967)

The Stranger (Italian: Lo straniero) is a 1967 film by Italian film director Luchino Visconti, based on Albert Camus' novel L'Étranger, with Marcello Mastroianni.

One Night (2012)

One Night (French: 38 témoins), also known as 38 Witnesses, is a 2012 Belgian-French drama film directed by Lucas Belvaux. It was written by Belvaux based on Didier Decoin's novel Est-ce ainsi que les femmes meurent?. It premiered on 30 January 2012, at the International Film Festival Rotterdam. The film was nominated for seven Magritte Awards, winning Best Screenplay.

Legendary Weapons of China (1982)

Legendary Weapons of China is a 1982 martial arts fantasy film directed by Lau Kar-Leung. It takes place during the late Qing Dynasty when Empress Dowager Cixi dispatches her agents to various factions of the Boxer Rebellion in order to find supernatural martial artists that are invulnerable to western bullets. When one of the leaders of these groups disbands his forces, assassins from the remaining factions are sent out to kill him for his apparent treason. As the title of the film suggests, a great variety of fights take place involving the "legendary weapons."

Desmond & the Swamp Barbarian Trap (2006)

Desmond & the Swamp Barbarian Trap (Swedish: Desmond & träskpatraskfällan) is a Swedish stop motion-animated feature film that premiered on 19 November 2006.

Feathers of Passion (2003)

A wealthy widower falls in love with a young prostitute in a Bangkok brothel.

Mother Teresa of Cats (2010)

Two sons from a good family commit terrible crimes.

My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts (1999)

My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts is a 1999 animated short by Torill Kove. Co-produced by Marcy Page of the National Film Board of Canada and Lars Tømmerbakke of Studio Magica in Norway, the film humorously recounts a tall tale about the filmmaker's grandmother in Oslo, Norway, during World War II, who actually ironed the shirts for Norway's King Haakon VII for many years.

The Odds of Recovery (2002)

Filmmaker Su Friedrich documents her long history of medical problems and numerous operations.

One Minute to Nine (2007)

One Minute to Nine is a 2007 documentary film written and directed by Tommy Davis and produced by Quinto Malo Films. It was later re-edited and screened on HBO as Every F---ing Day of My Life. The film chronicles the last five days of freedom for Wendy Maldonado before she and her son are sentenced for the manslaughter death of her husband and explores the years of domestic abuse the family experienced prior to his death.

Mail Train (1941)

Inspector Hornleigh Goes To It is a 1941 British detective film directed by Walter Forde and starring Gordon Harker, Alastair Sim, Phyllis Calvert and Edward Chapman. It was the third and final film adaptation of the Inspector Hornleigh stories. It was released in America by 20th-Century Fox under the title Mail Train.

Frankenstein '80 (1972)

Frankenstein 80 is a 1972 Italian film directed by Mario Mancini. The film is also known as Frankenstein '80 in Italy (original title).

Loss Is to Be Expected (1992)

Love blooms in an unlikely way as an Austrian widower observes the daily activities of a Czech woman from a neighboring village.

Topa Topa (1938)

Unjustly blamed for a death, a police dog redeems itself by rescuing a toddler from an eagle.

Four (2011)

Four is a British independent film directed by John Langridge and released in 2011.

From Ararat to Zion (2009)

Filmmakers follow in the footsteps of Armenian pilgrims.

Skateistan: Four Wheels And A Board In Kabul (2011)

Filmmaker Kai Sehr chronicles efforts of organizations to build a skate hall in Kabul, Afghanistan.

A Measure of Faith (2012)

Professional basketball player Paul Porter was at the top of his game when an injury forces him into retirement. Soon after accepting a leadership role at a university he experiences a life changing tragedy and loses the one thing that was close to him. Distraught over the tragedy, he is arrested and sentenced to community service at a youth facility. There he meets Russell Martin, the son of a single mother, who is torn between the dark influence of his older brother and the love for his mother. Paul sees a young version of himself in Russell and begins to mentor him. The intersection of their two lives creates a chain of events that will challenge their beliefs about fate, choice, and redemption.

Get Born (2008)

Ilia has to live with the same loneliness she inflicted on Gregory.

Corruption (1933)

Corruption is a 1933 American Pre-Code film directed by Charles E. Roberts. The film is also known as Double Exposure in the United Kingdom.

Montevideo: Taste of a Dream (2010)

Montevideo, God Bless You! is a 2010 Serbian film directed by Dragan Bjelogrlić about the events leading to the participation of the Yugoslavia national football team at the first FIFA World Cup in Montevideo, Uruguay in July 1930. The film gained considerable media attention throughout 2010 and achieved significant box office success in Serbia since its release on December 21, 2010. The entire project has been hugely successful regionally thus far. More than 520,000 people in Serbia saw the first film, which won numerous awards.

Nanga Parbat (2010)

Nanga Parbat is a 2010 motion picture mountaineering movie about two brothers, Reinhold and Günther Messner, who climbed Nanga Parbat.

Like There's No Tomorrow (2011)

Strap on your skis and come along on an epic adventure that will take you to the highest peaks and corners of the planet with skiers and riders like Julia Mancuso, Daron Rahlves, and Seth Wescott.

Dr. Pyckle and Mr. Pryde (1925)

Dr. Pyckle and Mr. Pryde is a 1925 silent, black-and-white comedy film, directed by Scott Pembroke and Joe Rock (also the producer). The film itself is both a spoof of the previous Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde films (e.g. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1912) and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)) and the well-famed novel by Robert Louis Stevenson Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. The film stars Stan Laurel as the title characters.

Entry Level (2007)

When Clay's (D.B. Sweeney) restaurant goes bankrupt, he finds himself at the bottom of the corporate ladder. Clay, who is 38 and has no office experience, is quickly discouraged after counseling sessions with Sam (Cedric Yarbrough) and a series of harsh job interviews. He meets others in similar positions -- Liz (Missi Pyle), a former Peace Corps volunteer who can't find a job, and Nick (Kurtwood Smith) a homeless man and voice of reason -- who help to guide him in the corporate battlefield.

Who Killed Chea Vichea? (2010)

Filmmaker Bradley Cox examines the assassination of Cambodian union leader Chea Vichea.

For the Soul of Rafael (1920)

A woman (Clara Kimball Young) reluctantly agrees to marry a wild boozer (Bertram Grassby).

Room 514 (2012)

A female Israeli soldier is ordered to interrogate an officer accused of abusing an Arab family. The haughty officer does not take her seriously due to her gender and lower rank and she refuses to give up.

Soulless (2012)

Dukhless sometimes referred to as Soulless, is a 2012 Russian black comedy-drama film directed by Roman Prygunov and based on the novel Soulless: Tale of an Unreal Man by Sergey Minaev. It was selected as the opening film of the 34th Moscow International Film Festival.

Zombie A-Hole (2012)

In a world filled with tough men and where all the women are bombshells, vengeance is a way of life, and people dole out healthy doses of butt-kicking on a daily basis.

Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land (1983)

Starflight One, a commercial aircraft that can whisk passengers around the globe in a matter of hours, embarks on its maiden voyage. The trip goes horribly awry, however, when the aircraft is forced out of the atmosphere and into outer space. As it is too dangerous to attempt reentry, Captain Cody Briggs (Lee Majors), his passengers and his crew brave declining levels of oxygen while NASA scientists scramble to launch a rescue mission in a race against time.

Goliad Uprising (2012)

A woman (Shannon Lark) leads a band of rebels on a mission to thwart a corporation's plans to use a brainwashing device to seize control of America's government.

Missing Person (2009)

Won-young reveals his perverse sexual appetites and beats Gyu-nam, a social outcast.

Amanush (1975)

Amanush is a 1975 Indian action drama film made in both Hindi and Bengali, produced and directed by Shakti Samanta. The film stars Sharmila Tagore, Uttam Kumar, Utpal Dutt and Asit Sen. Both the versions were hits.

The Black Ninja (2003)

The Black Ninja is a 2003 American martial arts action film written, directed and starring Clayton Prince, and featuring Carla Brothers, Nicky DeMatteo, Yuki Matsuzaki, Heather Hunter, John Canada Terrell and Michael Chance. The film has been called a modern-day Blaxploitation film, however, it received very poor reviews from critics. After a limited theatrical release, it went straight-to-DVD and distributed worldwide in January 2003.

The Rally (2010)

The Rally is a gritty drama which follows several families living in a town riddled with crime and corruption. As the local church works to bring positive change to the town, they are confronted at every turn by those that desire to keep the city in bondage…until today. God has sent a team into the city to bring change. One Event… One Church… One God… The Rally.

Emigranti (2002)

In Bulgaria three unemployed friends (Deyan Donkov, Valeri Yordanov, Ivan Radoev) work at occasional odd jobs and have troubled relationships with their families.

Orange (2010)

Orange is a 2010 Telugu romantic comedy drama film directed by Bhaskar in his third venture after Bommarillu and Parugu. The film features Ram Charan and Genelia D'Souza with Shazahn Padamsee playing a pivotal role. The film, whose music was composed by Harris Jayaraj, began the first schedule in February 2010, and was released on 26 November 2010.

Bad Seeds (2013)

The Marcomb County Police Department releases footage of several troubled teenage girls committing violent and disturbing behaviors.

Break Out (2002)

Break Out is a 2002 South Korean film.

Zeinek gehiago iraun (2011)

Ander is injured by a train while playing a game and spends the rest of his life with physical and neurological injuries.

Sidekick (2005)

Sidekick is a 2005 Canadian independent film in the comic-book/fantasy genre. Tech support nerd and comic-book fan Norman Neale discovers that suave co-worker Victor Ventura has telekinetic powers. Neale trains Ventura with the intention of creating a super-hero, but Ventura has other uses for his powers in mind.

The Adventures of the Three Reporters (1926)

Miss Mend is a 1926 Soviet spy film, originally realised in three parts, directed by and starring Boris Barnet and Fyodor Otsep. It is loosely based on the books by Marietta Shaginyan. The story follows the adventures of three reporters who try to stop a biological attack on the USSR by powerful Western businessmen.

The Iran Job (2012)

The Iran Job is a documentary directed by Till Schauder and produced by Sara Nodjoumi about Kevin Sheppard, a professional American basketball player, as he plays in Shiraz, Iran for the A.S. Shiraz team (since renamed B.A Shiraz BC) in the Iranian Super League. The documentary was filmed in Iran in the winter of 2008–2009, a few months before the uprising of Iran's Green Movement. Christiane Amanpour, Gloria Steinem, Maz Jobrani, Karim Sadjadpour, and executive producer Abigail Disney have expressed support for The Iran Job. In December 2011 the film was invited to a private, work-in-progress screening at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, D.C. moderated by Karim Sadjadpour. On January 9, 2012 The Iran Job completed a 50-day crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter that raised over $100,000. During its Kickstarter campaign, the film received press coverage from CNN International (on two occasions: a print article on December 23, 2011 and a TV interview that broadcast on January 5, 2012), The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, PBS FRONTLINE's Tehran Bureau, and IFP's Filmmaker magazine. Since the completion of its Kickstarter campaign, the film has received press from PBS' P.O.V. blog. The Iran Job had its world premiere in the Documentary Competition of the Los Angeles Film Festival in June 2012 and it won the award for best documentary entry at the Arlington International Film Festival, Arlington, Massachusetts, in 2013. It has received positive reviews for its humanity and for successfully mixing genres from sports documentary to commentary about social and political climate in Iran, using Kevin's and his friends point of view. After the world premiere, the filmmakers launched a 2nd Kickstarter campaign raising $66,105 for the subsequent self-release of the film. In late 2012, Film Movement acquired the film for North American distribution and as of March, 2014 is available on all digital platforms, including Netflix. In 2013, The Iran Job was short-listed for the Germany Academy Award.

Christine of the Big Tops (1926)

Christine of the Big Tops is a 1926 American silent romantic drama film starring Pauline Garon and Cullen Landis. It is one of the first films of the prolific Warner's director Archie Mayo. A copy of the film is in the George Eastman House Motion Picture Collection.

Vennira Aadai (1965)

A wealthy businessman wants his daughter to marry the psychiatrist who treated her.

Ghosts of Attica (2001)

Icarus Films is proud to announce the home video release of GHOSTS OF ATTICA, the definitive documentary account of the Attica Prison rebellion. Narrated by Susan Sarandon, GHOSTS OF ATTICA explores the conditions that precipitated the riot, the brutal assault that put an end to the rebellion, and the struggle for justice and reconciliation by both prisoners and guards. This is sobering, essential viewing.

Private Detective 62 (1933)

Private Detective 62 is a 1933 American Pre-Code detective film directed by Michael Curtiz and starring William Powell. It is a film about a private detective who falls for the beautiful gambling lady he has been hired to frame in a scandal.

La última isla (2012)

Alicia spends a summer with her aunt and she embarks on a magical journey on a remote island when she discovers a mystical amulet.

Carl[a] (2014)

The bored wife of a contractor goes in search of greener pastures.

Opstandelsen (2010)

Simon's siblings take shelter in a church's catacombs when the undead rise from the graves.

Tanganyika (1954)

Tanganyika is a 1954 action adventure film directed by André De Toth and starring Van Heflin.

The Invader (1936)

The Invader is a 1935 British comedy film directed by Adrian Brunel and starring Buster Keaton, Lupita Tovar and Lyn Harding. The film follows the same plot as its remake Pest from the West (1939), with a millionaire setting out to win a local girl in Mexico. The film was produced as a quota quickie at Isleworth Studios by British & Continental as part of a contract to supply films for MGM to meet its annual quota set by the British government. The film is also known under the alternative title An Old Spanish Custom,

The Loveless (1981)

Set in the fifties, a group of bikers on their way to the Florida Cycle Races stop for lunch in a small-town diner while repairs are being made on their motorcycles.

The Adventures Of Smilin' Jack (1943)

The Adventures of Smilin' Jack (1943) is a Universal movie serial based on the comic strip The Adventures of Smilin' Jack.

The Random Factor (1995)

A physicist's invention saves his life but forces him to live in a parallel universe.

Herman's House (2012)

Filmmaker Angad Bhalla captures the creative journey of Herman Wallace, a prisoner confined to a solitary cell, as he draws his dream house.

Fortune Salon (2009)

A prediction by her psychic mother forces a successful fortuneteller (Yeh-jin Park) into a relationship with a boorish lout (Chang Jung Lim).

One in the Gun (2010)

A struggling artist (Steven Man) and his lover (Katherine Randolph) plot against her abusive spouse.

Iron Doors (2010)

Iron Doors is a 2010 German 3D thriller film directed by Stephen Manuel.

Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl (2011)

Author N.D. Wilson discusses his views on life, faith and death, and questions why a loving God would allow bad things to happen.

Deceitful (2013)

Robert (Terry Savage) and Julian (Sal Vance) plan on selling their family's multimillion dollar business without telling their partner, Isaac (Fredro Starr). As the backstabbing and lies mount, the three fight for money and love.

Decision (2011)

Following the death of his dad (Billy Dean), a heartbroken teen (Mike Rosenbaum) develops a strong bond with his estranged grandfather (Rusty Whitener).

Truth Unspoken (2009)

Jay (Christopher Howard) and Tracy (Ebony J. Lewis) argue with each other after Jay learns the truth about his girlfriend.

Born in '45 (1966)

Born in '45 (German: Jahrgang 45) is a 1966 East German drama film directed by Jürgen Böttcher. It was screened in the Berlinale Classics section of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival.

I Am a Director (2012)

Carlos returns to Puerto Rico -- after spending five years in Hollywood -- to make a feature film.

What Did You Expect? The Archers Of Loaf Live At Cat's Cradle (2012)

What Did You Expect? is a live concert documentary capturing the Archers of Loaf reunion tour. Directed by Gorman Bechard, it made its film festival debut in June, 2012.

Hicks on Sticks (2012)

Four skateboarders and two bands put on eight shows in 11 days on a tour in western Canada.

The Prize Fighter (2003)

Boxer Ed Jones gets a second chance at fulfilling his lifelong dream of becoming a champion with the help of a veteran promoter and the guidance of a former champ.

Legion of Lost Flyers (1939)

Legion of Lost Flyers is a 1939 American drama film directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Richard Arlen, Andy Devine, and Anne Nagel, and was released by Universal Pictures on November 3, 1939.

1st Testament CIA Vengeance (2001)

A CIA agent (Ron Becks) who wants out of the spy business is assigned to train a seductive Korean counterpart.

Princess Lillifee and the Little Unicorn (2011)

Princess Lillifee and the Little Unicorn (German: Prinzessin Lillifee und das kleine Einhorn) is a 2011 German animated film directed by Ansgar Niebuhr and Hubert Weiland. It is the sequel to the 2009 film Prinzessin Lillifee.

Housebound (2003)

A mysterious creature torments an agoraphobic (Kylene Wetherell).

Las musiqueras (1981)

A young woman surprises a thief in her house then hires him as a driver, and her three musician friends play a joke on her.

Special Dead (2006)

Special Dead is a 2006 American zombie comedy directed by Thomas L. Phillips and Sean Simmons, written by Jared Tweedie, and starring Jason Brubaker, Amy Wade, Gia Natale, Anthony Rutowicz, and Haneka Haynes.

The Champagne Club (2005)

Two thrill-seeking couples indulge their senses at a remote and exotic villa.

She Had to Choose (1934)

She Had to Choose is a 1934 American film. It's a romantic comedy/ crime drama, set during The Depression, in California, directed by Ralph Ceder.

Our Blushing Brides (1930)

Three girls, three guys, three roads to happiness – and perhaps not all of those roads lead there. A trio of Depression-era shopgirls deals with big-city life and also yearns for Mr. Right (or Mr. Right Now!) in Our Blushing Brides, a film that joins earlier trendsetters Our Dancing Daughters and Our Modern Maidens to form the trilogy of Joan Crawford movies that define the passions and plights of jazz-baby youth. Chief among the blushing bevy, of course, is above-the-title, Crawford as Jerry, who insists that her suitor (Robert Montgomery) put a ring on her finger before any intimate coziness. Meanwhile, Anita Page (Crawford’s costar in all three films) falls for a sweet-talking Lothario. And Dorothy Sebastian (a costar in the first film) is bedazzled by a rogue’s ready flash of $100 bills. Among other highlights of this engaging pre-Code talkie: the swirling tulle-and-satin fashion-show sequences.

Dance of the Drunken Mantis (1979)

Dance of the Drunk Mantis is a 1979 Hong Kong kung fu film directed by Yuen Siu-tien's real life son Yuen Woo-ping, starring Yuen Siu-tien, Hwang Jang Lee, Linda Lin, Yuen Shun-yee, Charlie Shek and Yuen Kwai. This was Yuen Siu-tien's final film appearance before his death on 8 January 1979 from a heart attack.

The Return Of Johnny V. (2011)

A burned-out ex-cop (Paul Matthew Lopez) plots an unusual fate for the villainous mayor who kidnapped him and his friends.

The New Year (2010)

The New Year is a 2010 American drama film directed by Brett Haley. Premiering at the 2010 Sarasota Film Festival, it won the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature in the festival. The film, about a young woman who has dropped out of college to care for her ill father, is Haley's directorial debut and stars Trieste Kelly Dunn as Sunny.

Neram (2013)

Neram is a 2013 Indian bilingual black comedy thriller film written, directed and edited by Alphonse Puthren in his directorial debut. Simultaneously made in Malayalam and Tamil languages, it stars Nivin Pauly, Nazriya Nazim and Bobby Simha in both versions. Supporting roles were played by Manoj K. Jayan, Shammi Thilakan, Lalu Alex, and Willson Joseph in Malayalam, while Nassar, Thambi Ramiah, John Vijay and Shabareesh Varma portrayed the characters in Tamil. The whole film is set within one day in Chennai. The music was scored by debutant Rajesh Murugesan. The Malayalam version released on 10 May 2013, while the Tamil version released on 17 May. The film's both versions received positive reviews upon release and was a commercial success at the box-office.

Lucky Christmas (2011)

A woman (Elizabeth Berkley) must retrieve her winning lottery ticket from the glove compartment of her stolen car.

Kimmy Dora: Kambal sa kiyeme (2009)

Kimmy Dora: Kambal sa Kiyeme (theatrically named as Kimmy Dora) is a 2009 Filipino comedy film directed by Joyce Bernal and written by Chris Martinez, starring Eugene Domingo. It is the first installment of the Kimmy Dora film series. The film is a co-production of Spring Films and MJM Productions and was distributed to theaters nationwide on September 2, 2009 by Solar Films and Star Cinema. The film tells the story of twin sisters Kimmy and Dora, both played by Eugene Domingo. The film also served as the launching movie for Domingo.

Help (2010)

Help is a 2010 Bollywood horror film directed by Rajeev Virani in his directional debut. It stars Bobby Deol and Mugdha Godse in the lead roles and marks the debut of Sophia Handa in a supporting role. Shreyas Talpade also has a special role in the film although it was not marketed as his film. It was released on 13 August 2010, making it the first Bollywood horror film to release on Friday the 13th. The film was shot in Mauritius.

A Touch of Grey (2009)

A Touch of Grey is a 2009 Canadian dramatic narrative film. A Touch of Grey won Best Canadian Film at the 2010 Buffalo Niagara Film Festival, and lead Maria del Mar received a Canadian Comedy Award for her performance in the film. Written by Sandra Feldman and directed by herself and Ian D. Mah, A Touch of Grey is a coming of middle age film as four high school friends reuniting after 25 years, each facing a crossroads in their life as they ask themselves, "Is that all there is?"

Cointelpro 101 (2010)

A history reveals the FBI's strategy to prevent movements and communities from overturning white supremacy and creating racial justice.

In 500 Words or Less (2009)

Four teens try define their lives as they make their way through the college admissions process.

Bornholms stemme (1999)

Bornholms stemme (English: Bornholms voice) is a 1999 Danish comedy film directed by Lotte Svendsen, starring Sofie Stougaard and Henrik Lykkegaard. The film takes place in a small fishing island off the coast of Sweden during a no-fishing period imposed in 1982, because of overfishing. The main characters are the stubborn fisher Lars Erik (Lykkegaard) and his wife Sonja (Stougaard).

Engine Trouble (2002)

Two beautiful women stop at a gas station and become the playthings of a deranged killer.

Girl Stroke Boy (1971)

Girl Stroke Boy is a 1971 British comedy-drama film directed by Bob Kellett and starring Joan Greenwood, Michael Hordern and Clive Francis. It was based on the play Girl Friend by David Percival.

In Search of the Great Beast 666 (2007)

The life of occultist Aleister Crowley, founder of the religious philosophy of Thelema.

Roaring Westward (1949)

Outlaws steal the funds of a faltering school, and a a singing cowpoke has to retrieve the money.

Loudspeaker (2009)

Loudspeaker is a 2009 Malayalam film produced, written, and directed by Jayaraj, starring Mammootty, Sasi Kumar, Gracy Singh, Jagathy Sreekumar, Cochin Hanifa, Saleem Kumar, and KPAC Lalitha. The film becomes one of the hit in 2009.

Ins Blaue hinein... (1931)

An ode to youth, freedom and hope.

Southern Gothic (2007)

Southern Gothic is a 2007 American film starring Yul Vasquez, William Forsythe, Jonathan Sachar and Nicole Duport, directed by Mark Young.

Christina (2010)

A German woman must confront her past before she can leave her war-ravaged city with her American fiance.