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.
Sunayana is a 1979 Bollywood comedy film directed by Hiren Nag.
The Random Factor (1995)
A physicist's invention saves his life but forces him to live in a parallel universe.
Yesterday and Today (1953)
A panoramic view of the history of cinema, from silent movies to "talkies." Narrated by George Jessel.
Wisecracking showgirl Maisie Ravier (Ann Sothern) finds herself trapped in a Wyoming town when her new employer closes the show prematurely. She meets ranch foreman Charles "Slim" Martin (Robert Young) when he accuses her of lifting his wallet, and ends up being hired as a maid for ranch owners Cliff (Ian Hunter) and Sybil (Ruth Hussey), who are attempting to mend their rocky marriage after Sybil's infidelity with a cowboy. When Slim is accused of murder, Maisie fights to clear his name.
Chameli is a 2003 Indian Hindi film. It stars Kareena Kapoor and Rahul Bose, and was directed by Anant Balani, who died before the film was complete; after his death, Sudhir Mishra directed the movie.
Blind Love (2006)
Blind Love is a 2006 independent low-budget film directed by Janghun Troy Choi. The film won the Orson Welles Award at the 2007 Tiburon International Film Festival, the Best Feature Film at the 2006 Ellensburg International Film Festival, and the Best Feature Film at the 2006 Cinewest International Film Festival. Blind Love was also nominated for the Best Produced Screenplay at the 2006 AOF International Film Festival and was Janghun Troy Choi's directorial debut in the United States.
The Wreck of the Hesperus (1948)
The Wreck of the Hesperus is a 1948 drama film directed by John Hoffman and starring Willard Parker, Edgar Buchanan and Patricia Barry. It was produced by silent film actor Wallace MacDonald in association with Columbia Pictures who also distributed the film. It is preserved in the Library of Congress collection.
Chance of a Lifetime (1950)
Chance of a Lifetime is a 1950 British film starring, produced, co-written and directed by Bernard Miles. The Rank and Associated British cinemas refused to show the film, claiming it was too political and “would annoy employers”. The Ministry of Labour and the British Employers Confederation argued that the film would damage management-employee relations, particularly in the light of renewed industrial unrest in early 1950. The chairman of the Board of Trade, Harold Wilson, argued in cabinet that this was overreaction and the cabinet approved the film’s release, using the 1948 Film Act to ensure the film was shown on the major cinema circuit. It was nominated for the 1951 BAFTA for Best British Film, which was awarded to The Blue Lamp.
Breaking Out (1999)
Breaking out (Swedish title: Vägen ut) is a Swedish drama/comedy film from 1999, starring Björn Kjellman, Shanti Roney, Peter Haber, Viveka Seldahl and Michael Nyqvist.
Deranged: Confessions of a Necrophile (1974)
Deranged is a Canadian-American horror film made in 1974 and directed by Alan Ormsby and Jeff Gillen. It is also known by the title Deranged: The Confessions of a Necrophile in the USA. It is a low-budget movie that has since become something of a cult film and is based on the life of Ed Gein. The title is, however, misleading since Ed Gein never experimented with necrophilia; although a necrophile is also defined as "an obsessive fascination with death and corpses."
Der Fluss war einst ein Mensch (2012)
A German actor visits a rural African waterway to find meaning in ancient tradition.
The Big City (1963)
Mahanagar (Bengali: মহানগর, Mahānagar; English: The Big City) is a 1963 Bengali drama filmdirected by Satyajit Ray and starring Madhabi Mukherjee in the leading role of Arati. Based on a short story, Abataranika by Narendranath Mitra, it narrates the story of a housewife who disconcerts her traditionalist family by getting a job as a saleswoman. It marks the first screen appearance of Jaya Bhaduri (now Jaya Bachchan), who later went on to become one of Bollywood's leading actresses. Shot in the first half of 1963 in Calcutta, this was also the first film directed by Ray set entirely in his native Calcutta, reflecting contemporary realities of the urban middle-class, where women going to work is no longer merely driven by ideas of emancipation but has become an economic reality. The film examines the effects of the confident working woman on patriarchial attitudes and social dynamics. Besides The Apu Trilogy, the film, according to veteran film critic Philip French is one of Ray's greatest films.
Barrymore is a 2011 Canadian drama film written and directed by Eric Canuel and based on William Luce's 1996 play of the same name. It stars Christopher Plummer reprising his Tony Award-winning role as John Barrymore.
Joanna Francesa (1973)
Joanna Francesa is a 1973 French-Brazilian romantic drama film directed by Carlos Diegues and starring Jeanne Moreau, Eliezer Gomes and Carlos Kroeber. In the 1930s, Joanna, the owner of a brothel in São Paulo, goes to Alagoas and falls in love with a customer.
The Devil's Dominoes (2008)
A Chicago gangster seeks revenge after four friends caused a crash that killed his son.
The 'Human' Factor (1975)
The Human Factor is a 1975 drama film directed by Edward Dmytryk and starring George Kennedy and John Mills. It was Dmytryk's final film.
The soundtrack is by composer Ennio Morricone.
Texas Lawmen (1951)
Texas Lawmen is a 1951 American western film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Johnny Mack Brown, James Ellison and I. Stanford Jolley.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Dave Milton.
You Lucky People (1955)
You Lucky People is a 1955 British comedy film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Tommy Trinder, Mary Parker and Dora Bryan. Originally titled Get Fell In, the film was renamed to match Trinder's familiar catchphrase. It was shot in a rival French process to CinemaScope, called 'CameraScope', with the attendant publicity describing "the first feature to be made with an anamorphic lens in black and white! It's a camerascoop!".
Mohabbat Aur Jung (1998)
Mohabbat Aur Jung was a 1998 Hindi action drama film directed by Hameed Alam. The film was made on a budget of ₹1.5 crore (US$220,000) and turned out to be a flop. The central character is a boy who fights against the local gangsters selling drugs in his college. One day the principal is killed and the blame goes on him. The police inspector turns out to be the principal's son who has vowed to avenge the life of his mother.
Family Man (2011)
Sam has played out his hopes and dreams on poker tables for years, and he has one last chance to win big or he could lose his family.
Them Thar Hills (1934)
Them Thar Hills is a 1934 short comedy film directed by Charley Rogers and starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. The film was so well received by audiences that producer Hal Roach and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer made a sequel, Tit for Tat, which was released five months later, in January 1935.
Everyone's Child (1996)
Everyone's Child is a 1995 film directed by the author Tsitsi Dangarembga. Directing this film made Dangarembga the first black Zimbabwean woman to direct a feature film. The film was criticised for unusual accents and for unsubtle story telling.
Attacked by thugs, a businessman (Robert Daz) wages a war against those responsible.
Reindeer Games (2005)
Alec kidnaps his co-worker and ties her up in his cellar, triggering a deadly game of bondage and depravity.
Eccentricities of a Blonde-Haired Girl (2009)
Eccentricities of a Blonde-haired Girl (Portuguese: Singularidades de uma Rapariga Loura) is a 2009 Portuguese film directed by Manoel de Oliveira.
Guy And Madeline On A Park Bench (2009)
Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench is a 2009 American black-and-white jazz musical film directed, written, produced, shot, and co-edited by Damien Chazelle, that recasts the MGM musical tradition in a gritty, vérité style. It stars Jason Palmer, Desiree Garcia and Sandha Khin. The film features a unique mixture of live jazz performances and choreographed tap dancing, as well as several more traditional musical numbers.
It had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 23, 2009. It was then released in a limited release on November 5, 2010, by Variance Films.
Room and a Half (2009)
Room and a Half (Russian: Полторы комнаты или сентиментальное путешествие на родину) is a 2009 Russian movie. The picture won three Nika Awards, including Best Film, Best Director (Khrzhanovsky) and Best Screenplay. It also received the Best Film award in the East of the West section at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
Head Games (2012)
Head Games: The Global Concussion Crisis is an expanded version of Head Games (2012), a 2012 documentary film that examines the effects of repeated concussions and subconcussive blows, particularly those associated with sports. It focuses on American football and hockey, but also covers boxing, soccer, lacrosse, and professional wrestling. It covers findings that chronic traumatic brain injury is occurring in female sports. Also covered is physiological evidence of brain injury in adolescent athletes.
Head Games is directed by Steve James, director of the highly acclaimed documentary, Hoop Dreams. It is film followup to Christopher Nowinski's book, Head Games.
The film features interviews with Nowinski (founder of the Sports Legacy Institute), Dr. Robert Cantu (a professor of neurosurgery at Boston University School of Medicine, Dr. Ann McKee, and Robert Stern, who are experts on chronic traumatic encephalopathy). In addition to other medical experts, it also extensively interviews athletes, their families, and journalists.
The Mule (2013)
During the Spanish Civil War, a soldier rescues a mule from a battlefield and decides to keep it.
What's Up Superdoc! (1978)
What's Up Superdoc! is a 1978 British sex comedy film, directed by sexploitation director Derek Ford and produced by Michael L. Green. The film was a sequel to the 1977 film What's Up Nurse!, with Christopher Mitchell replacing Nicholas Field as the oversexed Dr. Todd. The cast included Harry H. Corbett, Hughie Green, and a brief appearance by sex film star Mary Millington.
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.
Piled Higher and Deeper (2011)
Two grad students cope with life in college.
Glove is a 2011 South Korean sports drama film directed by Kang Woo-suk based on a true story. After another drunken fiasco, fading baseball star Sang-nam is forced to coach kids at a school for the hearing impaired, but the publicity stunt eventually becomes an opportunity of a lifetime. The film was released to South Korean cinemas on January 20 and went on to receive 1,890,406 admissions nationwide during its run in theaters.
Kids of Töday (2011)
French rock critic Yves Adrien is put in charge of a half-dozen post-adolescent individuals.
Seema is a 1955 Bollywood film starring Balraj Sahni and Nutan, and directed by Amiya Chakravarty.
A sweet and mentally unbalanced young woman with several obsessions becomes increasingly and violently disillusioned with New Age philosophy.
White Dream (2002)
A feebleminded man (Hamid Jebeli) falls for a sophisticated beauty after she visits his place of employment in Tehran, Iran.
Hide and Go Kill 2 (2009)
Ryoko’s friend was playing a lot of that online hide-and-seek game before she went missing. But that couldn’t have anything to do with her disappearance; it was just a game, wasn’t it?
I'm Shy, But I'll Heal (1978)
Je suis timide mais je me soigne is a French comedy film directed by Pierre Richard released in 1978.
Aaj Ka Ravan (2000)
Aaj Ka Ravan is an action Hindi film made in 2000. A revenge drama, with Mithun in the lead role.
So Sorry (2012)
Filmmaker Ai Weiwei identifies many of the students who died during the Sichuan earthquake due to corrupt officials and flawed construction materials used in schools.
The Tongfather (1974)
While drug kings fight for control of the narcotics trade, a martial-arts feud spreads through China, Japan and New York.
Bharya Athra Pora (2013)
Bharya Athra Pora is a 2013 Malayalam family film directed by Akku Akbar, starring Jayaram and Gopika in the lead roles. The cast and crew of 2008 film Veruthe Oru Bharya came together to make the film, although it is not a sequel to the first film.The film was a commercial success.
Greg cannot control his life until he gets a wake up call.
Marius is a 1931 French drama film directed by Alexander Korda. It is based on the play with the same title by Marcel Pagnol. The film is a part of a trilogy which includes the films Fanny (Marius's ex-fiancee) and César (Marius's father). The film was selected to be screened in the Cannes Classics section of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. The restored film was also given a limited re-release in the United States by Janus Films on January 4, 2017, first premiering at Film Forum.
The film was made by Korda for the French subsidiary of Paramount Pictures. A separate German-language version The Golden Anchor, also directed by Korda, was released the following year.
Scouts Honor (2009)
Two brothers try to win a badge from their arrogant sibling in order to inherit a scout camp.
Aspiring Psychopath (2008)
A woman studies the methods of serial killers to become one herself.
Next of Kin (1982)
It’s been hailed as “skin-crawlingly real” (Horror News), “a jaw-dropping
achievement” (Moon In The Gutter) and “a giallo that rivals Argento’s DEEP RED”
(Scary Minds), yet has remained largely unseen in America. Now experience “one
of the greatest horror movies of the 20 th Century” (Goomba Stomp) for the first
time ever…and like never before: When a young woman inherits a creaky retirement
home, she’ll find herself in a waking nightmare of murder, madness and a legacy
of evil that may be inescapable. Jackie Kerin, John Jarratt (WOLF CREEK) and
Alex Scott (ROMPER STOMPER) star in this “stylish and creepy must-see” (The
Digital Fix) – featuring an intense synth score by Klaus Schulze of Tangerine
Dream – now transferred from original Australian vault elements and packed with
all-new Special Features.
Five Loose Women (1974)
A gang of escaped female convicts terrorizes the inhabitants of a mountainous area.
Madly in Love (1981)
Innamorato pazzo, internationally released as Madly in Love, is a 1981 Italian romantic comedy film, starring Adriano Celentano and Ornella Muti. The film was shot in Como, with scenes filmed in Villa Olmo and in Rome. The film was a commercial success.
All Superheroes Must Die (2011)
Vs (also known as All Superheroes Must Die) is a 2011 American independent superhero film starring Jason Trost, James Remar, and Lucas Till. Filming took place in Los Angeles, California. Vs premiered in Toronto, Ontario, at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival on October 26, 2011. The film received overwhelmingly negative reviews. A sequel titled, All Superheroes Must Die 2: The Last Superhero, was released on Jason Trost's YouTube channel.
Richard the Second (2001)
Richard the Second is a 2001 American film adaptation of William Shakespeare's Richard II, directed by John Farrell.
Free China: The Courage to Believe (2013)
Free China: The Courage to Believe is a 2012 documentary film about the persecution of Falun Gong, starring Jennifer Zeng and Dr. Charles Lee.
Roaring Westward (1949)
Outlaws steal the funds of a faltering school, and a a singing cowpoke has to retrieve the money.
Finances of the Grand Duke (1924)
The Grand Duke's Finances (German: Die Finanzen des Großherzogs) is a 1924 silent German comedy film directed by F. W. Murnau.
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.
Desert Riders (2012)
Camel racing is one of the most popular sports in the Middle East. Desert Riders is the story of some of the thousands of boys who have been trafficked to work as camel jockeys from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Mauritania and Sudan.
Have a Little Faith (2011)
Have a Little Faith is a 2011 Hallmark Hall of Fame made-for-television drama film. The film debuted on ABC on November 27, 2011, as the first Hallmark Hall of Fame film broadcast since CBS cancelled the series earlier in 2011. It was the first Hallmark Hall of Fame film broadcast on ABC since 1995.
On Tour (2010)
On Tour (French: Tournée) is a 2010 internationally co-produced comedy-drama film directed by Mathieu Amalric. It stars Amalric himself as a producer who brings an American Neo-Burlesque troupe to France, played by genuine performers Mimi Le Meaux, Kitten on the Keys, Dirty Martini, Julie Atlas Muz, Evie Lovelle and Roky Roulette. In a road movie narrative, the plot follows the troupe as they tour French port cities with their show, which was performed for actual audiences during the production. The inspiration for the film was a book by Colette about her experience from music halls in the early 20th century, and a part of Amalric's aim was to translate the sentiment of the book to a modern setting.
The film premiered at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival where it won the FIPRESCI Award, the festival's main prize from film critics. Amalric also received the Best Director Award.
Drawing With Chalk (2009)
Two musicians try one last time to make it and get a record deal.
Coals to Newcastle: The New Mastersounds, from Leeds to New Orleans (2010)
The New Mastersounds play funk music at a post-Katrina New Orleans concert during Jazzfest 2007.
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.
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.
Death on Demand (2008)
Death on Demand is a 2008 horror film, directed by Adam Matalon and distributed by MTI Home Video. It is the first release from the Evil Twins production company.
Little Red (2000)
A teen (Brandon Price) tries to save his childhood sweetheart from drugs.
Mister Big (1943)
Mister Big is a 1943 musical directed by Charles Lamont, starring Donald O'Connor, Gloria Jean and Peggy Ryan. The film features the song "Rude, Crude, and Unattractive".
Boardinghouse (also known as Boarding House and Housegeist) is a 1982 American supernatural horror film written, directed and starring John Wintergate.
The Skin Game (1931)
The Skin Game (1931) is a British feature film by Alfred Hitchcock, based on a play by John Galsworthy and produced by British International Pictures. The story revolves around two rival families, the Hillcrists and the Hornblowers, and the disastrous results of the feud between them. After being thought to be in the public domain for decades, the film's rights were obtained by French media company Canal+ in 2005. A restored and remastered print of the film was released on DVD by Lionsgate Home Entertainment in 2007.
Love in Between (2010)
Love, In Between is a 2010 South Korean film based on the Finnish film Black Ice (2007)..
Ciao America (2002)
Ciao America is a 2002 American-Italian comedy-drama film directed by Frank Ciota.
Lust For Vengeance (2001)
Four women, friends since childhood, learn that a person with whom they shared a deep, dark secret has murdered someone and may be after them next.
Hicks on Sticks (2012)
Four skateboarders and two bands put on eight shows in 11 days on a tour in western Canada.
The Flying Devils (1985)
A family of trapeze artists dream of accomplishing the Quad, the most difficult quadruple somersault, for which a $250,000 prize has been offered. Their dream of making the Quad gets sidetracked when they are dropped by their manager, the youngest son gets involved with a woman twice his age, and the family patriarch gets heavily into gambling debt. Ultimately, they successfully perform the Quad, but it's in a run-down Italian circus with nobody there to record the event or even grasp the significance.
Roadside Massacre (2012)
Five teens fight for their lives after they become stranded in a cannibal-infested mountain town.
Barefoot Gen (1983)
Barefoot Gen is a 1983 Japanese anime war drama film loosely based on the Japanese manga series of the same name by Keiji Nakazawa. Directed by Mori Masaki and starring Issei Miyazaki, Masaki Kōda and Tatsuya Jo, it depicts World War II in Japan from a child's point of view revolving around the events surrounding the bombing of Hiroshima and the main character's first hand experience of the bomb.
Le parfum de la dame en noir (1931)
The Perfume of the Lady in Black is a 1931 French mystery film directed by Marcel L'Herbier and starring Roland Toutain, Huguette Duflos and Marcel Vibert. It is an adaptation of the 1908 novel The Perfume of the Lady in Black by Gaston Leroux featuring the detective Joseph Rouletabille. It follows on from L'Herbier's The Mystery of the Yellow Room made the previous year.
Ladda Land is a 2011 Thai horror film directed and co-written by Sophon Sakdaphisit. The film is based on a story about a family who moves into a new house where they gradually begin to encounter paranormal events. The film was very successful in Thailand where it was the number one film in the country on its opening week. The film later had its international premiere at the 17th Busan International Film Festival. The film won six awards at the Thailand National Film Association Awards.
La califfa (1970)
La califfa (English: Lady Caliph) is a 1970 Italian drama film directed by Alberto Bevilacqua. It was entered into the 1971 Cannes Film Festival.
Someone I Loved (2009)
Someone I Loved (French: Je l'aimais) is a 2009 French drama film directed by Zabou Breitman.
Dark Shadows (1944)
A police psychiatrist is enlisted to catch a homicidal killer.
Secrets of Sex (1969, released 1970) aka Bizarre, is a British film, directed by Antony Balch, an experimental filmmaker and frequent collaborator with William S. Burroughs. The film is narrated by an Egyptian mummy (voiced by Valentine Dyall).
After directing the Burroughs-influenced shorts Towers Open Fire (1963) and The Cut Ups (1967), Balch approached producer Richard Gordon in 1968 to direct an anthology film running just over an hour, titled Multiplication. After the script was rewritten to bring the film up to feature length and the budget doubled (32,000 pounds) filming took place over 14 weeks in 1969. Released in February 1970, it was a huge success in the UK, running for six months at the Jacey Cinema in Piccadilly Circus alone, during which time it recouped its entire production cost. The film remained in circulation in the UK throughout the 1970s, sometimes appearing in a half hour edited version that played on the second half of double-bills.
Five writers are credited with the script, although several other people, including Brion Gysin and Ian Cullen (writer of Cruel Passion (1977) and husband of Yvonne Quenet, who plays Mary-Claire in the film) also claimed to have worked on the writing. Many of the actresses who appear nude in the film, such as Nicole Austin and Maria Frost, were mainly topless models who had begun to get minor acting roles in British sex and horror films of the period. Frost, who plays Lindy Leigh in the film, was so horrified she’d been given a major role in the film that she reportedly told Balch “I’m a model, I can't act.” She had previously appeared in two Harrison Marks shorts, Maria and Scouts Honour.
The dinosaur sculptures that feature in the “Strange Young Man” segment are the famous Crystal Palace Dinosaurs.
Commenting on the film in an unpublished 1975 interview, Balch claimed “this is a very uneven film, but three episodes and a single shot, are good. I liked the ones with the photographer, Elliot Stein, and the Lady in the Greenhouse. The episode of the monster baby is a bore, but the single shot of it, at the end is brilliant.”
How DOooo You Do (1945)
How Doooo You Do!!! is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Ralph Murphy and written by Harry Sauber and Joseph Carole. The film stars Bert Gordon, Harry von Zell, Cheryl Walker, Ella Mae Morse, Frank Albertson and Claire Windsor. The film was released on December 24, 1945, by Producers Releasing Corporation.
Desolation Sound (2005)
A man's (Ed Begley Jr.) mistress (Jennifer Beals) is found dead after his wife (Helene Joy) learns about the affair.
Two reclusive nerds recognize the rebel in each other.
The Wife Takes a Flyer (1942)
The Wife Takes a Flyer (UK title: A Yank in Dutch) is a 1942 romantic comedy film made by Columbia Pictures, directed by Richard Wallace, and starring by Joan Bennett and Franchot Tone. The screenplay was written by Jay Dratler, Gina Kaus and Harry Segall. The music score is by Werner R. Heymann.
The Entrepreneur (2013)
Malcolm Bricklin attempts to bring Chinese cars to America.
3 Days Of Normal (2012)
3 Days of Normal is a 2012 American independent film produced by Jared Parsons and Mircea Monroe. The film is directed by Ishai Setton and stars Jace Mclean and Mircea Monroe. The story is about a police officer and a Hollywood actress in the small town of Washington, New Hampshire, United States.
A.K.A. Doc Pomus (2012)
Filmmakers Peter Miller and William Hechter chronicle the life of rock 'n' roll icon Doc Pomus from his childhood battle with polio through his induction into the Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame.
40 Days at Base Camp (2011)
Mount Everest seems to be changing from a revered and sacred space to an adventure park.
Love Is Where You Find It (2009)
A middle-aged man and a 26 year old woman fall in love.
A detective (Ben Clayton) searches for a serial killer while seeing visions of his victims.
Bollywood Beats (2009)
Bollywood Beats is a 2009 Bollywood-inspired dance film. It is written & directed by Mehul Shah, produced by Kinetik Films, & distributed by Breaking Glass Films.
Day of the Ax (2007)
Grisly ax murders coincide with the escape of a mental patient.
Strictly in the Groove (1942)
Strictly in the Groove is a 1942 American musical comedy film, built around musical numbers, experienced comedy acts and guest stars. The plot thread a jive-talking college student (Davies) trying to organize a swing-music show at a local resort, where the manager (Franklin Pangborn) puts up some opposition.
Compare to the similar 1945 Rockin' in the Rockies from Columbia, which Keays also directed.
Sharma And Beyond (1984)
A young English teacher and aspiring author, takes his class on a trip to the home of his favourite author, Gorley Peters. While there, he meets Peter's daughter and a relationship develops.
Thanks is a 2011 American comedy film directed by Martin Bergman. The film premiered at the 2011 Palm Springs International Film Festival.
Canyon City (1943)
Canyon City is a 1943 American western film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and starring Don 'Red' Barry, Wally Vernon and Helen Talbot.
The Bewitching (2003)
A witch (Beverly Lynne) upsets the coven when she seeks pleasures of the flesh.
Hideaways is a thriller fantasy with directed by Agnès Merlet and written by Nick Murphy. It stars Rachel Hurd-Wood and Harry Treadaway. The film is a French/Irish/Swedish co-production.