Coming of Age (2001)

A gay basher is sentenced to do community service in an AIDS hospice. He tries to do as little as possible, but as he is confronted with the reality of the disease, he becomes friends with a patient who mentors him.

The Sleuth (1925)

The Sleuth is a 1925 American silent comedy film starring Stan Laurel.

Honky Tonk Heaven: Legend of the Broken Spoke (2016)

The history of a legendary Texas dance hall.

Ladies Must Love (1933)

Ladies Must Love is a 1933 American comedy film directed by E. A. Dupont and written by John Francis Larkin. The film stars June Knight, Neil Hamilton, Sally O'Neil, Dorothy Burgess, Mary Carlisle and George E. Stone. The film was released on September 25, 1933, by Universal Pictures.

Dhool Ka Phool (1959)

Dhool Ka Phool is a 1959 Indian Bollywood film. Produced by B. R. Chopra, it was directed by B.R.'s brother Yash Chopra, this being Yash's first movie as a director, having been an assistant director in B.R.'s earlier film Naya Daur. The film stars Mala Sinha, Rajendra Kumar, Nanda, Leela Chitnis, Jeevan and Ashok Kumar. The story revolves around a Muslim bringing up an "illegitimate" Hindu child and featured the classic song Too Hindu Banega Na Musalman Banega, Insaan Ki Aulaad Hai, Insaan Banega on Manmohan Krishna, who also won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Abdul Rasheed. Besides that, Mala Sinha received a nomination for Best Actress and Mukhram Sharma for Best Story. The movie was remade in Telugu as Jeevana Teeralu.

Chanoc (1967)

Chanoc risks his life once again, in a sea full of sharks with the objective of fighting a group of smugglers.

Angel at Sea (2009)

Angel at Sea (French: Un ange à la mer) is a 2009 drama film directed by Frédéric Dumont. The film follows Louis, a 12-year-old boy, who lives with his parents and older brother in southern Morocco. Louis is very happy until the day his father shares a secret with him. The film received two nominations at the 1st Magritte Awards.

The Tongfather (1974)

While drug kings fight for control of the narcotics trade, a martial-arts feud spreads through China, Japan and New York.

Nate and Hayes (1983)

Nate and Hayes, also known as Savage Islands (UK title), is a 1983 swashbuckling adventure film set in the South Pacific in the late 19th century. Directed by Ferdinand Fairfax and filmed on location in Fiji and New Zealand, it starred Tommy Lee Jones, Michael O'Keefe and Jenny Seagrove. This was one of many early 1980s films designed to capitalize on the popularity of Lucas and Spielberg's hero, Indiana Jones, but Nate and Hayes was a flop at the box office. This contributed to the long held belief in Hollywood that pirate swashbucklers were box office poison, a belief not laid to rest until the 2003 release of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. Sir Richard Taylor of Weta Workshop said Savage Islands kick-started the New Zealand filmmaking boom of the 1980s.

Gaolbreak (1962)

A family of burglars and safecrackers plan a heist at a jewelry store. When one of the family--who is the safecracking expert--gets arrested and jailed, they hatch a plan to break him out so he can take part in the robbery.

Sanctuaire (2015)

A priest's church is put up for sale and the family of illegal immigrants he shelters are about to lose their home.

Experiment in Torture (2007)

Several exotic dancers are lured to a mansion by money and once there are drugged and slowly tortured to death.

Pastorale (1979)

A highly cultured group of musicians spends the summer rehearsing in a small village in the Georgian countryside.

Nightmares In Red, White And Blue (2009)

Nightmares in Red, White and Blue: The Evolution of the American Horror Film is a 2009 American documentary film directed by Andrew Monument, based on a book of the same name by Joseph Maddrey. The film is examines the appeal of the horror film genre to audiences and the relationship that the genre has to events in the United States during the 20th and 21st centuries.

Salvage (2010)

A container washes ashore, plunging a sleepy town into violence and terror.

Blood Theatre (1984)

Blood Theater (a.k.a. Movie House Massacre) is an Independent Film Slasher/Horror Comedy. It was the first feature film by director Rick Sloane. The film includes many bizarre movie theater related deaths, such as being fried inside a popcorn machine, stabbed in the ticket booth, electrocuted by a film projector, face removed by an escalator, decapitated by a projection booth partition, stabbed while a movie is playing on screen, electrocuted in a fountain, smoke inhalation from burning film and a telephone receiver which breaks apart while a dying girl screams hysterically into it. The majority of the movie was shot at the historic Warner's Beverly Hills Theater at 9404 Wilshire Blvd in Beverly Hills. It was demolished in 1989 and the site became a parking lot. All the movies which play at the Spotlite Theater Multiplex in this film, were short films made by Rick Sloane while he attended Los Angeles City College. They include Clown Whores of Hollywood, Chainsaw Chicks, Amputee Hookers and Nightmare Of The Lost Whores.

Tadipaar (1993)

Tadipaar is a 1993 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Mahesh Bhatt starring Mithun Chakraborty, Pooja Bhatt in the lead roles, along with Juhi Chawla in a special appearance. The super-hit songs of the film were composed by Nadeem-Shravan.

Hercules Saves Christmas (2011)

A talking dog gives an orphaned boy a chance to make the nice list in time for Christmas.

Chameli Ki Shaadi (1986)

Chameli Ki Shaadi is a 1986 Bollywood comedy film directed by Basu Chatterjee starring Anil Kapoor and Amrita Singh. Though it was fairly average at the box office due to low cost, it was critically acclaimed. Over the years, the film has developed a cult following and is one of Basu Chatterjee's most popular works.

Heavy Times (2011)

Dan, Mark and Hugh go to visit Dan's sister for dinner but find themselves miles from home and far outside their comfort zone when her husband takes them out on the town.

Fair Game (1986)

Fair Game is a 1986 Australian action thriller film directed by Mario Andreacchio from a screenplay by Rob George. Quentin Tarantino enthuses about the movie in the documentary Not Quite Hollywood.

Buskers; For Love or Money (2008)

Mad Chad Taylor, a Venice Beach chainsaw juggler, goes deep inside the hidden world of street performers.

El tejedor de milagros (1962)

El tejedor de milagros is a 1962 Mexican drama film directed by Francisco del Villar. It was entered into the 12th Berlin International Film Festival.

Fuera de la ley (1964)

Some outlaws come to a quiet town in the Old West, and two brave brothers capture them but one manages to escape.

Reno: Rebel Without a Pause (2003)

Reno: Rebel without a Pause is a 2002 comedy concert film directed by Nancy Savoca.

The Big Show (1961)

The Big Show is a 1961 DeLuxe Color and CinemaScope drama film directed by James B. Clark, starring Esther Williams and Cliff Robertson. The cast also includes Robert Vaughn, Margia Dean, Nehemiah Persoff and David Nelson, who was best known to audiences of the time for The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet television show. This is the third variation of Jerome Weidman's novel I'll Never Go There Any More. The other two are Broken Lance (1954) a western version starring Spencer Tracy, and House of Strangers (1949) set in the big city starring Edward G. Robinson.

Dil Aur Deewaar (1978)

Dil Aur Deewar is a 1978 Bollywood Action drama film, produced by D. Ramanaidu on Vijaya & Suresh Productions Combines banner and directed by K. Bapaiah. Starring Jeetendra, Moushumi Chatterjee in the lead roles and music composed by Laxmikant–Pyarelal. The film is a remake of Telugu Movie Jeevana Tarangalu (1973), starring Sobhan Babu, Vanisri, Krishnam Raju in the pivotal roles, both the movies are made by same banner and director.

Running Inside Out (2011)

A series of personal crises, including an unplanned pregnancy and crumbling relationships, push a young woman to the edge.

Meu Mundo em Perigo (2007)

Elias sees his world fall apart when his ex-wife seeks custody of his son. Fleeing from a crime he committed, he hides in a hotel in downtown Sao Paulo, where he meets Isis, a girl who is also facing personal problems.

Sirens and Screams (2015)

Citizens of a city ravaged by poverty and crisis search for the corpse of a wealthy man.

Agent 2000 (2014)

A secret agent is hired to find a school bully who is terrorizing a school.

Tout ce qu'il me reste de la révolution (2019)

Born into a family of political activists, a young woman lives in a perpetual state of anger, which she finds sadly lacking in those around her.

Ullam Ketkumae (2005)

Ullam Ketkumae is a 2005 Tamil romantic drama film directed and co-written by Jeeva, with dialogues by Sujatha. The film features Shaam, Arya, Laila, Asin and Pooja in the lead roles as five college students. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Harris Jayaraj, while Vairamuthu penned the lyrics for the songs. The film tells the reunion of five friends who were together at college and exploring their relationships during the years. The film released after several delays in 2005 and went on to win critical and commercial success.

A Woman's Deeper Journey Into Sex (2015)

An exploration of women's sexuality.

Anne Clark: I'll Walk Out Into Tomorrow (2018)

Filmmaker Claus Withopf spends a decade chronicling the artist.

Soul on Ice: Past, Present and Future (2017)

The unknown contributions of black athletes in ice hockey.

Strip Mind (2007)

Each time a woman hears her incoming email alert, she is propelled into a dark abyss, filled with terrifying hallucinations.

The Deadly Ponies Gang (2013)

Two buddies who trawl the edges of West Auckland on their bejeweled horses decide to host a fundraiser to get one of them some teeth.

The House Cleaner (2013)

A house cleaner with a phobia of germs is given a chance to delve into the private lives of Australian TV stars and somehow manages to make their lives a misery.

Surga Yang Tak Dirindukan (2015)

A happily married man saves an unwed expectant mother and takes her as his second wife, without telling his first wife of his plans.

GrassRoots: The Cannabis Revolution (2016)

Filmmaker Dale Beaumont-Brown addresses the cannabis movement within the United Kingdom.

Robbers' Roost (1933)

Robbers' Roost is a 1932 American Western film directed by David Howard and Louis King and written by Dudley Nichols. The film stars George O'Brien and Maureen O'Sullivan. It is based on the novel Robbers' Roost by Zane Grey. The film premiered in September 13 to early November or December 30, 1932, and was released on January 1, 1933, by Fox Film Corporation.

Peanut Gallery (2015)

Molly Gandour, producer of Oscar®-nominated “Gasland,” embarks on a mission to her family home, to break the silence around her sister’s death. An intimate examination of sibling relationships, grief, and love.

Prem by Chance (2010)

The spoiled daughter of a wealthy family asks a stranger to pose as her intended husband to appease her family.

Brothers (2014)

Filmmaker Aslaug Holm follows the everyday life of her two young sons.

Haiwan (1977)

Haiwan is a 1977 Bollywood musical film thriller directed by Ram Rano.

When Romance Meets Destiny (2005)

Gwang-sik’s got zero game with the ladies–his younger brother Gwang-tae, on the other hand, is practically drowning in dates. But both are equally clueless how to deal when real love potentially comes their way.

Bong ju (1982)

A gang member is promoted to chief after his adoptive father dies, only to be expelled when it's revealed that he is of Mongol birth. His gang is fighting Mongol occupiers, and he learns that his birth father directs the Mongol anti-rebel campaign.

Iyengar: The Man, Yoga, and the Student's Journey (2018)

Famously reclusive yogi B.K.S. Iyengar is the creator of a form of yoga credited by many as life-transforming. In his 90s, Iyengar demonstrates extraordinary feats of flexibility and discipline.

On Ice (1935)

On Ice is a Mickey Mouse cartoon released in 1935.

Forgotten Tragedy: The Story of the St. Francis Dam (2018)

The causes and aftermath of the St. Francis Dam disaster.

The Untouchables vs Al Catone (1998)

A brave mouse and his fellow agents free Cheesecago from the clutches of a racketeering cat.

Doomed Disaster (2015)

A man and his friends begin to experience a series of strange and unexplainable events in the aftermath of a cave exploration where a girl lost her life.

26 Years (2012)

26 Years is a 2012 South Korean film based on the popular 2006 manhwa serialized online by manhwaga Kang Full. It is the fictional story of five ordinary people who band together in order to assassinate the man responsible for the massacre of innocent civilians in Gwangju in May 1980.

Rocks at Whiskey Trench (2000)

Rocks at Whiskey Trench is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Alanis Obomsawin and released in 2000. The film centres on the Honoré Mercier Bridge blockade of 1990 during the Oka Crisis, focusing in particular on the incident when a group of Mohawk women and children from Kahnawake, in the process of being evacuated from the community due to fears of a Canadian Forces occupation, were violently pelted with rocks as they crossed into Montreal.

How to Undress in Front of Your Husband (1937)

How to Undress in Front of Your Husband is a 1937 short comedic film directed by Dwain Esper.

DarkPlace (2007)

A child's fears begin to manifest in reality, setting loose a relentless evil.

Bottoms Up (1974)

An industrial spy schemes to seduce an eccentric professor out of his formula to transform cow manure into gasoline.

Riding Solo to the Top of the World (2006)

Riding Solo to the Top of the World is a 2006 documentary film in English language directed by Gaurav Jani on the Chang pas of Ladakh, in India, about a journey of self-discovery.

Oru Korean Padam (2014)

An assistant director dreams of making it big.

The Cult (2015)

A man grows bored with life in a space colony and decides to return to a ruined city on Earth.

The Lurking (2015)

Two stoners stumble into a serial killer's territory.

Don't Go Into The House By The Woods (2017)

A young man visiting his parent's house for a weekend is scared to death when a psycho starts calling him from inside of the house.

Gharana (1961)

Gharana (Family) is a 1961 Hindi film that stars Rajendra Kumar, Raaj Kumar, and Asha Parekh. It is directed by S. S. Vasan. The film became a box office hit. The film was a remake of the 1960 Telugu film Shanthi Nivasam and remade in 1988 as Ghar Ghar Ki Kahani.

World Without End (No Reported Incidents) (2017)

British working-class town Southend-on-Sea.

Sunday Morning Rapture (2011)

People try to recover in the aftermath of the rapture.

Malarazza: una storia di periferia (2017)

A woman must marry into a violent Mafia family after she becomes pregnant.

Lest We Forget (1935)

Lest We Forget (1935) was the first feature-length documentary film with sound to be made in Canada. Written, directed and edited by Frank Badgley, who was then the Director of the Canadian Government Motion Picture Bureau, and W.W. Murray, with music by Edmund Sanborn and narrated by Rupert Caplan. A compilation, 10-reel film recounting Canada’s role in the First World War, it is fast-paced and has a verbose narration but was well received by critics and audiences at the time. The Bureau was the precursor to the National Film Board of Canada.

Moist Fury (2011)

Gang members avenge a fallen comrade.

Favorite Refrain (2014)

After a high school music teacher discovers a dead body in the woods, he is led on a macabre journey involving supernatural music.

The Incredible Story of the Giant Pear (2017)

An elephant named Sebastian and his best friend, Mitcho the cat, live in the cozy coastal village of Sunnytown. One day the beloved mayor of the village, JB, disappears! While fishing, Mitcho catches a bottle and in it is a message from JB, who says he is stranded on a mysterious island. They set out on the adventure of a lifetime to find this mysterious island and return home safely with JB.

Heavy Mental: A Rock-n-Roll Blood Bath (2009)

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Journey's End (1930)

Journey's End is a 1930 British-American war film directed by James Whale. Based on the play of the same name by R. C. Sherriff, the film tells the story of several British army officers involved in trench warfare during the First World War. The film, like the play before it, was an enormous critical and commercial success and launched the film careers of Whale and several of its stars. The following year there was a German film version Die andere Seite directed by Heinz Paul starring Conrad Veidt as Stanhope and Wolfgang Liebeneiner as Raleigh. The film was banned just weeks after the Nazis took power in 1933. In 1976, the play was adapted again as Aces High with the scenario shifted to the British Royal Flying Corps. The play was adapted for film again with its original title and scenario in 2017.

The Dip Run (2018)

Four friends travel across the United States in search of the American dream.

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding (2018)

A year after helping Richard secure the crown, Amber returns to Aldovia to plan their wedding. But her simple tastes clash with royal protocol.

Days of Love (2005)

A waitress dreams of making it in the music industry. Everything changes when a famous singer comes to her restaurant and promises to make her a star.

Driven (2015)

Driving alone in the woods, a woman hits something strange with her car.

It's Such a Beautiful Day (2011)

A man struggles to salvage his shattered psyche.

Jumping for Joy (2002)

A girl joins a male basketball team and helps it compete for the state championship.

Roaring Guns (1944)

Farmers clash with miners when runoff from water pressure mining destroys their farms.

Hollywood (2015)

During a four day trip to Las Vegas, a man confronts his greatest fear.

The World of Liberace (1972)

Renowned director Tony Palmer dives into the lifestyle, dreams and fears of Liberace, the highest-paid entertainer in the world.

The Fourth Dimension (2001)

A meditation on time, travel and ceremony in the form of a journey..

Be Reasonable (1921)

A woman wakes up to find a man in her house rummaging through her belongings.

West of Carson City (1940)

West of Carson City is a 1940 American Western film directed by Ray Taylor and written by Milton Raison, Sherman L. Lowe and Jack Bernhard. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Bob Baker, Fuzzy Knight, Peggy Moran, Harry Woods and Robert Homans. The film was released on January 19, 1940, by Universal Pictures.

Boo! (2019)

A torn suburban family refuses to heed the warning of an innocent prank left upon them which causes an unknown supernatural force to wreak havoc.

Random Acts Of Violence (2002)

A man seeks revenge for violence against his family.

My Talk with Florence (2015)

Florence Burnier-Bauer, a survivor of horrible rape and abuse at the hands of her grandfather, shares her story of resistance and emancipation.

Long Time Coming: A 1955 Baseball Story (2017)

Despite the racial turmoil of 1950s segregated south, two Little League baseball teams, one black and the other white, stepped onto the field in a non-violent act of cultural defiance that would change the course of history. More than sixty years later, the players meet up to reflect upon the historic event and its significance that is now magnified by recent racial injustices of our time. Historians and sports professionals join in this heart-felt documentary to share their perspectives and reinforce the importance role Little League Baseball in our history.

Quick Pick (2006)

Quick Pick is a 2006 comedy film directed by Will Vazquez. The movie stars John Bryant as Eddie; Anna Moreno-Nava as Monica; Angelina Assereto as Sonia; Oscar A. Diaz as Chris; Andy Sottilare as Dr. Otto Von Delft; Rafael Diaz-Wagner as Rudy. Quick Pick made its world premiere in 2006 at the Chicago Latino Film Festival and opened the Kansas International Film Festival. The film is scheduled for video release in August 2007.

Robert Kennedy Remembered (1968)

Robert Kennedy Remembered is a 1968 American short documentary film produced by Charles Guggenheim. In 1969, it won an Oscar for Best Short Subject at the 41st Academy Awards.

Poison for the Fairies (1984)

Veneno para las hadas (Poison for the Fairies) is a 1984 Mexican horror film, written and directed by Carlos Enrique Taboada. Two little girls dabble in witchcraft, resulting in steadily increasing mayhem.

The Bride's Play (1922)

A woman is torn between the poet who seduced her and a noble man who truly loves her.

Bodyslam: Revenge of the Banana! (2015)

Seattle semi-pro wrestlers fight to keep their league alive after a jilted newcomer turns them in for operating without a permit.

Kingdom Of The Vampire (2007)

A man discovers his mother's grisly habit of murdering neighborhood children.

The Last Witness (1960)

The Last Witness (German: Der Letzte Zeuge) is a 1960 West German crime film directed by Wolfgang Staudte. It was entered into the 1961 Cannes Film Festival.

Around India with a Movie Camera (2018)

Sandhya Suri skillfully weaves together archival footage – including hand-colored sequences – with a new score by Soumik Datta to create an emotionally resonant story about life across India from 1899 to 1947. Drawn exclusively from the BFI National Archive, AROUND INDIA WITH A MOVIE CAMERA features some of the earliest surviving film from India as well as gorgeous travelogues, intimate home movies, and newsreels from British, French and Indian filmmakers. Taking in Maharajas and Viceroys, fakirs and farmhands and personalities like Sabu and Gandhi, the film explores not only the people and places of over 70 years ago, but asks us to engage with broader themes of a shared history, shifting perspectives in the lead up to Indian independence and the ghosts of the past.

The Spider (1992)

A man tries to flirt with a woman in a flower shop.

Jack Irish: Black Tide (2012)

Jack Irish has a call from Des Connors, the last link to his dad, to ask for help finding a missing son.

You Are My Vampire (2014)

A vampire writer's fantasies come true.