Bardaasht (2004)

Bardaasht is a 2004 Indian Hindi-language vigilante action-thriller film Produced by Vijay galani & directed by E. Nivas. It is based on the screenplay written by Vikram Bhatt. The film stars Bobby Deol, Ritesh Deshmukh, Tara Sharma, Lara Dutta and Rahul Dev in lead roles, with Vishwajeet Pradhan, Ganesh Yadav and Virendra Saxena in important supporting roles.

Francesca (2009)

Francesca is a 2009 Romanian drama film directed by Bobby Păunescu and starring Monica Bîrlădeanu and Dorian Boguță.

Code of Scotland Yard (1947)

Code of Scotland Yard is a 1947 British crime film directed by George King and starring Oskar Homolka, Muriel Pavlow and Derek Farr. It was also known as The Shop at Sly Corner, from the popular stage play of that name by Edward Percy. It features an appearance by the young Diana Dors.

Battlespace (2006)

“Battlespace” is a futuristic sci-fi adventure that begins after the destruction of our Universe. With a militaristic race of modified humans in hot pursuit, Colonel Mara Shryyke finds herself stranded on an inhospitable planet, and discovers a weapon of mass destruction set to destroy her home planet in less than 42 hours.

Creezy (1974)

Creezy (French: La Race des seigneurs) is a 1974 French film directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre and starring Alain Delon. It is based on the novel Creezy by Félicien Marceau.It recorded admissions of 801,704 at the French box office.

The Devil's Business (2011)

Veteran hitman Pinner (Billy Clarke) and his young, inexperienced ward Cully (Jack Gordon) break into a house at night, awaiting the return of owner Kist (Jonathan Hansler) whom their gangland boss Bruno (Harry Miller) wants dead, with no questions asked. As midnight approaches, Pinner keeps the nervous Cully entertained with an eerie story about a previous hit he had carried out on a beautiful striptease dancer. Before he can finish his tale, a sound from outside the house draws them into the night, and to a horrifying discovery that plunges them into the shadowy darkness of their own tortured souls. The Devil hasn’t finished with them yet…

Abrupt Decision (2011)

Newly unemployed and his relationship with his longtime partner on the rocks, a man (Steve Callahan) devotes himself to saving shelter dogs whose time is up.

Bad Seeds (2013)

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

Gauguin the Savage (1980)

French painter Paul Gauguin (David Carradine) leaves his wife and children in Paris and goes to Tahiti.

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.

Homeless For The Holidays (2009)

Homeless for the Holidays is a 2009 Christian-Christmas film by Breathe Motion Pictures. The film was directed by George A. Johnson, who previously directed Dreamer: The Movie. Shooting began on April 18, 2009 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It is currently in limited release theatrically, including a special screening sponsored by The Dove Foundation at Celebration! Cinema in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Bacon on the Side (2010)

Bacon on the Side (French: Il reste du jambon?) is a French romantic comedy film, released in 2010. Written and directed by Anne Depétrini, the film stars Ramzy Bedia and Anne Marivin as Djalil Boudaoud and Justine Lacroix, a surgeon and a television reporter who enter a romantic relationship despite the objections of their families to the cultural gap. Depétrini, Bedia's real-life wife at the time, wrote the film as a fictionalization of their own relationship. The film's cast also includes Marie-France Pisier, Jean-Luc Bideau, Mohamed Fellag, Géraldine Nakache, Leïla Bekhti, Frédéric Chau, Biyouna, Arnaud Henriet and Franck Gastambide. The film won the Radio-Canada Audience Award at the 2011 Cinéfranco film festival.

Go With Peace Jamil (2008)

Go with Peace Jamil (Danish: Gå med fred, Jamil) is a 2008 Danish action film directed by Omar Shargawi.

The Locker (2009)

Emily is institutionalized when she cannot tell what is real and what is imaginary.

1 Day (2009)

1 Day is a 2009 British crime film about gangs and their communities in inner city Birmingham. The story follows Flash as he attempts to get £100,000 to his boss Angel in less than 24 hours or face certain death. The film is street-cast and features no professional actors.

You Cannot Start Without Me: Valery Gergiev, Maestro (2009)

A year of conductor Valery Gergiev's life.

Cocktail (2006)

Cocktail is a 2006 Hong Kong film produced and directed by Herman Yau and Long Ching.

Danger Patrol (1937)

Danger Patrol is a 1937 American drama film directed by Lew Landers from a screenplay by Sy Bartlett based on a story by Helen Vreeland and Hilda Vincent. Produced and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, it was released on December 3, 1937 and stars Sally Eilers, John Beal, and Harry Carey.

The Birth of the Robot (1936)

A shower of oil revives thirsty cars and creatures.

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.

The Seafarers (1953)

The Seafarers is Stanley Kubrick's fourth film and third short documentary, made for the Seafarers International Union, directed in June 1953.

Westwind (2011)

Westwind is a 2011 German comedy film directed by Robert Thalheim.

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.

13 Worms (1970)

A gifted student learns martial arts from a group of powerful warriors.

La vida era en serio (2011)

Gabriela is a typical mother and a young executive, but she is bored with her life and is curious about her friend's life of freedom, so she decides to live through new experiences.

The Legacy (2009)

The Legacy (French: La donation) is a 2009 film directed by Bernard Émond. The film received the Special Grand Prize of Youth Jury and the Don Quixote Award of the Locarno International Film Festival. It also competed at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2009.where it was awarded "Best Canadian Feature Film - Special Jury Citation

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.

My Really Cool Legs! (2011)

Pediatric amputees refuse to let their disability define who they are and what they will become.

Dave (2012)

A coach uses basketball to help a mentally impaired teen, which helps him reconcile with his estranged father.

Mia moglie è una strega (1980)

Mia moglie è una strega (My Wife is a Witch) is a 1980 Italian comedy film directed by Castellano & Pipolo. It is a remake of I Married a Witch.

Nay-dalgata nosht (1967)

Two attorneys meet on a train to discuss the trial of five terrorists who were executed in 1975.

George White's Scandals (1935)

George White's 1935 Scandals is an American musical film, written by Jack Yellen and produced in 1935 by Fox Film Corporation. It was a follow-up to the 1934 release, George White's Scandals.

Dead Air (2009)

Dead Air is a 2009 American science fiction-horror film directed by Corbin Bernsen and starring Bill Moseley and Patricia Tallman. The story focuses on a radio station that warns its listeners after an explosion unleashes zombies into Los Angeles. Screenwriter Kenny Yakkel explained before the film's release that the "undead" presented are not actual zombies: "It's like a PCP zombie movie, that's my take on it 'cause they're not really dead."

Skokie (1981)

Skokie is a 1981 television film directed by Herbert Wise, based on the real life NSPA Controversy of Skokie, Illinois, which involved the National Socialist Party of America. This controversy would be fought in court and reach the level of the United States Supreme Court in National Socialist Party of America v. Village of Skokie.

Rough Draft (1998)

A journalist (Chloe Snyder) uses pages from a diary to track the man that murdered her mother.

Skeleton Key 3: The Organ Trail (2011)

Howard and his men venture through the covered bridge and back to the world of monsters.

Different from the Others (1919)

Different from the Others is a German film produced during the Weimar Republic. It was first released in 1919 and stars Conrad Veidt and Reinhold Schünzel. The story was co-written by Richard Oswald and Magnus Hirschfeld, who also had a small part in the film and partially funded the production through his Institute for Sexual Science. The film was intended as a polemic against the then-current laws under Germany's Paragraph 175, which made homosexuality a criminal offense. It is believed to be the first pro-gay film in the world.

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.

Power Dive (1941)

Power Dive is a 1941 American film directed by James P. Hogan. The film stars Richard Arlen, Jean Parker and Helen Mack. Power Dive was the first film from the producing team of Pine-Thomas Productions, former press agents who had a producing unit at Paramount.

The 5-Man Army (1969)

Set during the Mexican Revolution, a man known only as "The Dutchman" has a plan, and brings in four of his old acquaintences, including an old army buddy and a silent Japanese swordsman, to help him out by promising a $1000 reward if it succeeds.

Miss South Pacific: Beauty And The Sea (2011)

Contestants use the 2009-2010 pageant to bring attention to climate change.

Chess Fever (1925)

Chess Fever is a 1925 Soviet silent comedy film directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin and Nikolai Shpikovsky. Chess Fever is a comedy about the Moscow 1925 chess tournament, made by Pudovkin during the pause in the filming of Mechanics of the Brain. The film combines acted parts with actual footage from the tournament.

New York Dolls: Lookin' Fine on Television (2011)

The infamous band performs in rare live clips and interviews from the heady days of the band's ascension in the 1970s.

¡Una carrerita, Doctor! (2011)

An ER physician drives a cab on his days off to make ends meet.

Monster Road (2004)

This documentary catches up with Bruce Bickford, known for his far-out animated collaborations with rock musician Frank Zappa during the '70s. He later became a recluse. Today he no longer makes films for any particular audience, yet remains creative. The film shows Bickford toiling away alone, fashioning clay universes of all shapes and sizes, replete with magical forests and mythical creatures. He also takes care of his father, George, a retired engineer who shares some of his obsessions.

Caught in the Headlights (2005)

Caught in the Headlights is an action thriller film released in 2005. The film stars Erika Eleniak, Kim Coates, Brigitta Dau, Stacy Keach, and Erin Gray.

Troubled Waters (1936)

Troubled Waters is a 1936 British mystery film directed by Albert Parker and starring James Mason, Virginia Cherrill, Alastair Sim, Raymond Lovell and Sam Wilkinson. A government agent (James Mason) exposes smugglers in a British town with a dwindling spring mineral water business.

The Phantom Carriage (1921)

The last person to die on New Year’s Eve before the clock strikes twelve is doomed to take the reins of Death’s chariot and work tirelessly collecting fresh souls for the next year. So says the legend that drives The Phantom Carriage (Körkarlen), directed by the father of Swedish cinema, Victor Sjöström. The story, based on a novel by Nobel Prize winner Selma Lagerlöf, concerns an alcoholic, abusive ne’er-do-well (Sjöström himself) who is shown the error of his ways, and the pure-of-heart Salvation Army sister who believes in his redemption. This extraordinarily rich and innovative silent classic (which inspired Ingmar Bergman to make movies) is a Dickensian ghost story and a deeply moving morality tale, as well as a showcase for groundbreaking special effects.

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.

Seeing Red (1939)

Afterbeing fired, a man (Red Skelton) puts a hex on his boss.

From Morn to Midnight (1920)

From Morn to Midnight (German: Von morgens bis mitternachts) is a 1920 German silent expressionist film directed by Karlheinz Martin based on the play From Morning to Midnight by Georg Kaiser. It is one of the most radical films of the German Expressionist movement. The film uses stylized distorted sets, designed by Robert Neppach, which are even more avant-garde than those of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

Impasse (2009)

The father of a wannabe boxer owes a local mobster a substantial amount of money.

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.

Becoming Santa (2011)

A documentary about one man entering the culture and character of Santa Claus for a single season. We follow Jack as he bleaches his hair and goes to Santa School.

Delinquent (2016)

A troubled teenager struggles to manage the fallout after a robbery goes bad.

Wraith (2017)

A ghostly presence appears in an old mansion, attempting to communicate with its occupants.

Kya Dilli Kya Lahore (2014)

Kya Dilli Kya Lahore is a 2014 Indian Hindi-language war film set in 1948, post India's independence, and deals with the Partition of India. The film stars Vijay Raaz, Manu Rishi, Raj Zutshi and Vishwajeet Pradhan, with Gulzar credited as the presenter. Produced by Karan Arora, it marks the directorial debut of Raaz. The first look of the film was released at the Wagah border. It was released worldwide on 2 May 2014 to positive response from critics.

O, Brazen Age (2015)

O, Brazen Age is a Canadian dramatic film, completed in 2015. The feature-length debut by writer/director Alexander Carson, the film premiered at the Vancouver International Film Festival in September 2015, where it was nominated for the Emerging Canadian Director and Best Canadian Film awards. The film weaves together a series of loosely connected stories and characters, chronicling the spiritual journey of a group of friends in West Toronto over the course of several months. Featuring an ensemble cast from different corners of the city's art-scene, O, Brazen Age creates a pageant of musings and monologues about photography, poetry, memory, and regret. On the occasion of the film's premiere in Vancouver, Pop Optiq called it "One of the best Canadian films of 2015". Following the film's presentation at the Reykjavik International Film Festival in 2015, O, Brazen Age was programmed for a short theatrical release in Iceland at Bíó Paradís in 2016. O, Brazen Age was selected for numerous festival screenings in 2016 across North America and Europe, including the Leeds Independent Film Festival and the Victoria Film Festival. O, Brazen Age was produced by the North Country Cinema media arts collective with the support of Telefilm Canada and the Canada Council for the Arts. The film was released theatrically in March 2017, garnering positive reviews from NOW Magazine and The Globe and Mail and earning praise from Canadian filmmakers Atom Egoyan and Guy Maddin.

Cornell, 1965 (1978)

Footage of artist Joseph Cornell at home.

Home Sweet Home (2015)

A man tries to build a house in a wasteland. A mysterious robot interrupts him.

The Discovery of Alan Hindley (2016)

A ham radio enthusiast discovers a mysterious object in his backyard that might be a window into another world.

The Monster (2017)

A monster meets its prey.

Yeh Hai Bakrapur (2014)

Yeh Hai Bakrapur is a 2014 Indian Hindi-language social satire film set against the backdrop of rural India. A multi-layered film, it is based on the complex belief systems that prevail in Indian society and the conflicts that ensue thereon. Yeh Hai Bakrapur was screened at the 37th Göteborg International Film Festival. Yeh Hai Bakrapur was part of The Film Bazaar in the year 2012 as work in progress and it was also premiered at the Mumbai Academy of the Moving Image, 2013 Festival The film released in India on 9 May 2014 to great reviews.

An Inspector Calls (2015)

An Inspector Calls is a 2015 Hong Kong black comedy film directed by Raymond Wong and Herman Yau. Based on the British play, An Inspector Calls, the film stars Louis Koo as Inspector Goole, Eric Tsang as Arthur Birling, Teresa Mo as Sybil Birling, Hans Zhang as Gerald Croft, Gordon Lam as Eric Birling, Chrissie Chau as Eva Smith, Karena Ng as Sheila Birling and Law Lan as Edna. In adapting the play for a Chinese audience, the film incorporates wacky, slapstick elements while retaining the original's criticism of social elites.

Tokyo Knights (1961)

A college student takes over his family's organized crime business.

Pretty To Think So (2008)

An unemployed banker falls for an attorney.

Mountains on Fire (1931)

Mountains on Fire (German: Berge in Flammen) is a 1931 German war film directed by Karl Hartl and Luis Trenker and starring Trenker, Lissy Arna and Luigi Serventi. The film was based on Luis Trenker's novel of the same title, partly based on his own experiences. Separate French and English-language productions were also made. One of the series of popular Mountain films of the era, it was shot on location in the Dolomites.

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.

Laws of the Universe Part 1 (2018)

University students secretly fight against reptilian aliens from outer space.

Search and Destroy: Iggy & The Stooges' Raw Power (2010)

Iggy and the Stooges record their third album.

The Road to Empire (2007)

A young wife becomes suspicious of her husband.

Rupert of Hentzau (1923)

An actor returns to Ruritania to play the king once more.

A Frozen Christmas 3 (2018)

Santa's reindeer get the holiday season started by singing their favorite songs.

Dark Highlands (2018)

A Japanese artist visits the Scottish Highlands to paint but becomes the target of a sadistic killer. Alone, suffering from exposure and hunted, he must find a way to survive.

Brandy in the Wilderness (1971)

Brandy in the Wilderness is a 1971 American drama film directed by Stanton Kaye. On December 18, 2013, the Library of Congress announced that this film had been selected for the National Film Registry for being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". The film is a partly fictionalized account of the real-life professional and intimate relationship that developed between prodigious filmmaker Kaye and aspiring artist Michaux French, which began when they met in 1965. Kaye's character is named "Simon Weiss" and French is named "Brandy," while their actual parents and other friends and acquaintances appear in the film, uncredited and often unnamed. Most of the scenes are depicted with either voiceover or without sound; only a limited number of moments feature live dialogue being delivered by the participants. These are occasional interjections of stock footage from major film productions, still photos of family members and well-known performers, and moments of blank screen featuring hand-dyed colors (which Kaye chose and supervised himself).

It's Such a Beautiful Day (2011)

A man struggles to salvage his shattered psyche.

Drive Play Sleep (2017)

A view of life on the road for touring musicians and the daily struggles they deal with.

Peter Pan: The Quest for the Never Book (2018)

Neverland is in danger when Captain Hook unleashes monsters using the Never Book.

Soul of the Demon (1991)

Two teenagers unleash a murderous demon when they unearth a buried gargoyle.

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.

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

The history of a legendary Texas dance hall.

All Light Will End (2018)

All Light Will End is a 2018 American Thriller film written and directed by Chris Blake, in his feature-length directorial debut, starring Ashley Pereira, Sam Jones III, Sarah Butler, John Schuck, and Andy Buckley.

The Collector of Bedford Street (2002)

The Collector of Bedford Street is a 2002 documentary film about director Alice Elliott's neighbor, Larry Selman, a community activist and fundraiser who had an intellectual disability.

The Devil's Claim (1920)

The Devil's Claim is a 1920 American silent drama film starring Sessue Hayakawa and Colleen Moore. A print of this film survives.

Some Girls Never Learn (2011)

A science teacher travels to the underworld to bring back his girlfriend.

Fatma 75 (1975)

Fatma, a third-year university student, is followed on a journey of feminist discovery through the ages.

Sew the Winter to My Skin (2019)

Sew the Winter to My Skin is a 2018 South African action film directed by Jahmil X.T. Qubeka. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival. It was selected as the South African entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 91st Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

Hollywood (2015)

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

The Lost Day (2016)

New Year's Eve, the turn of the Millennium. Two men's lives are derailed in mere moments, as each blinks, only to open their eyes in the body of the other.

Tales from the Cannibal Side (1998)

Three stories of cannibal lust and extreme desires.

Hoodoo for Voodoo (2008)

Hoodoo for Voodoo is a 2007 horror comedy film from Abyssmal Entertainment and Writer/Director Steven Shea.

Quiet, Please (1939)

A temperamental film director is continually changing the script in the middle of production.

The Fourth Dimension (2001)

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

Der rechte Weg (1983)

After two underachievers from suburbia meet, they experience a personal and surreal crisis.

Summer in Berlin (2005)

Summer in Berlin (German: Sommer vorm Balkon) is a 2005 German tragicomic film directed by Andreas Dresen.

High Desert (1993)

Campers encounter a deadly biker gang.

Addicted to Murder (1995)

An average kid from the Midwest meets a vampire who introduces him to the thrill of violence.

Bricked (2019)

A high school graduate battles with bipolar disorder.

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.