Currency (2009)

Currency is a 2009 Malayalam crime film by directed by Swathi Bhaskar starring Mukesh, Jayasurya, Kalabhavan Mani and Meera Nandan.

Face (2004)

Face is a 2004 Korean horror film directed by Yoo Sang-gon.

Shadows In The Sun (2009)

Shadows in the Sun is a 2009 British independent film, directed by David Rocksavage, and stars James Wilby, Jean Simmons, Jamie Dornan and Ophelia Lovibond.

Francesco und der Papst (2011)

The Guilty (1957)

I colpevoli is a 1957 Italian-French drama film directed by Turi Vasile. It is based on the comedy play Sulle strade di notte by Renato Lelli.

Hubert und Staller - Eine schöne Bescherung (2018)

Sinbad (2011)

The Cold Heart (2014)

Kaanchi (2013)

Still Life (2007)

Salvation (2009)

Salvation is a 2008 Australian film directed by Paul Cox and starring Wendy Hughes and Bruce Myles. Cox was inspired to make the film after seeing a televangelist on TV late at night asking for money for a facelift.

Bellini and the Sphynx (2001)

Bellini and the Sphynx is 2001 Brazilian crime film directed by Roberto Santucci. Based on Tony Bellotto's homonymous novel, it stars Fabio Assunção as Remo Bellini, a São Paulo-based detective who investigates mysterious murders. It premiered at the 2001 Festival do Rio, where it won the award of Best Film.

Eat (2012)

Magpie (2012)

Victims (2011)

Lana Del Rey: Ride (2012)

Nomad (2017)

The Demon (2016)

The Wicked (2014)

Against the Tide (2013)

Nebo v almazakh (1999)

Going Attractions: The Definitive Story of the Movie Palace (2019)

El cuadro (2019)

Fadily Camara: La plus drôle de tes copines (2019)

Poetically Exhausted, Vertically Alone (2007)

Doing Money (2018)

Doing Money is a British television crime drama, written by Gwyneth Hughes and directed by Lynsey Miller, that first broadcast on BBC Two on 5 November 2018. Focusing on the subject of modern slavery in the sex trade, the film, starring Anca Dumitra and Allen Leech, is based upon the novel Slave by Jason Johnson, published on 3 May 2018.The film documents the story of 'Ana', a Romanian student training to be a nurse who is kidnapped in broad daylight from the streets of London and ordered to work as a prostitute in a number of brothels in Ireland. Casting for the film was announced in August 2018. The film was broadcast as part of the BBC's Why Slavery? season, to coincide with International Anti Slavery Day.

Nothing But Haunts: The Story Behind the Scare (2019)

The Connected Cup (2019)

The Joy of Data (2016)

Terrifier (2011)

Aquaman (2006)

Aquaman is a television pilot developed by Smallville creators Al Gough and Miles Millar for The WB Television Network, based on the DC Comics character of the same name. Gough and Millar wrote the pilot, which was directed by Greg Beeman. Justin Hartley starred as Arthur "A.C." Curry, a young man living in a beachside community in the Florida Keys who learns about his powers and destiny as the Prince of Atlantis. The Aquaman pilot was expected to debut in the fall schedule of 2006, but following the merger of the WB and UPN, the resulting CW Network opted not to buy the series. After they passed on the pilot, it was made available online through iTunes in the United States and became the number-one most downloaded television show on iTunes. It received generally favorable reviews, was later released on other online markets, and aired on Canadian television network YTV.

Tainted (1987)

Billy Boy (1970)

Delirium (2005)

The Black Room (1982)

The Black Room is a 1982 American horror film directed by Elly Kenner and written and co-directed by Norman Thaddeus Vane. It stars Stephen Knight, Cassandra Gava, Jimmy Stathis and Clara Perryman, and features Christopher McDonald and Linnea Quigley in small, early roles. The plot concerns siblings who lure swingers to their Hollywood mansion, kill them, then - with long scenes of blood transfusions - drain their blood. Though there is no classical vampirism in the film --in the sense of supernatural beings or blood drinking-- the plot's focus on draining blood to prolong life has led to many sources considering it a vampire film.

Fist of Iron Chef (2004)

Under Age (1964)

Under Age is a 1964 black-and-white film written and directed by Larry Buchanan. The melodramatic plot revolves around a woman from Dallas, where the film was made, who goes on trial charged with encouraging her 14-year-old daughter to have sex with a 16-year-old Mexican boy.

Wendigo (1978)

Life Goes On (2007)

Homeward Bound (1923)

Homeward Bound is a lost 1923 American silent drama film directed by Ralph Ince and written by Peter B. Kyne, Jack Cunningham, and Paul Sloane. The film stars Thomas Meighan, Lila Lee, Charles S. Abbe, William P. Carleton, Hugh Cameron, and Gus Weinberg. The film was released on July 29, 1923, by Paramount Pictures.

Tosca (2003)

Martin Matte: La vie, la mort... eh la la..! (2019)

Quebecois comedy star Martin Matte serves up embarrassing personal stories, a solution for social media trolls and more in this unpredictable special.

Black Beauty (2020)

The Greatest Freedom Show on Earth (2015)

Mettukudi (1996)

Mettukudi is an Indian 1996 Tamil language comedy film directed by Sundar C. starring Karthik, Gemini Ganesan, Goundamani, Nagma and Manivannan. The film was declared a commercial success. The movie is loosely based on the 1990 Malayalam movie His Highness Abdullah.

Die Schöne und das Biest (2012)

El día que me muera. Mi gran velorio (2019)

Bu Can Var Oldugu Sürece (2019)

Redemption: For Robbing the Dead (2011)

Redemption: For Robbing The Dead is a 2011 American Western independent film written and directed by BYU film professor Thomas Russell, and starring Jon Gries, Edward Herrmann, Barry Corbin, Margot Kidder, Rance Howard, and Larry Thomas. Redemption: For Robbing The Dead is based on actual events The film was given an AML Award.

The Disappearance of the Millbrook Twins (2019)

Nearly thirty years ago, 15-year-old African American twins, Dannette and Jeannette Millbrook, vanished off the street near their home in Augusta, Georgia. Despite being one of the few cases of missing twins in American history, their disappearance gained little media attention and many question whether it was properly investigated.

Pocket Hercules: Naim Süleymanoglu (2019)

Random Acts of Christmas (2019)

The Silence of the White City (2019)

Villmarksbarna - En eventyrlig reise (2019)

Wally's Wonderland (2021)

Inside the Mind of a Killer: the Brian Glaze Gibbs story (2019)

Code And Response (2019)

2018 was one of the worst years on record for natural disasters-taxing governments, straining relief organizations and overwhelming communities as they attempt to rebuild. In the wake of these global catastrophes, a new type of responder emerges: the coder. CODE & RESPONSE follows coders around the world (Japan, Puerto Rico, California and Mexico) as they develop groundbreaking technologies to help first responders and communities become more resilient against the growing threat of natural disasters.The film not only explores the technology they are building, but also their motivation and inspiration for what they are creating.

Danses macabres, squelettes et autres fantaisies (2019)

Unrivaled: Earnhardt vs. Gordon (2019)

Unrivaled: Earnhardt vs. Gordon is a 2019 documentary television film about the on-track rivalry and off-track relationship between NASCAR drivers Dale Earnhardt and Jeff Gordon.

We Shall Not Die Now (2019)

We Shall Not Die Now is an upcoming documentary film that chronicles the Holocaust, when, between 1939 and 1945, over six million Jews and eleven million others were systematically murdered by the Nazi regime. Seventy-five years after the conclusion of the war, the film explores not only the horrific human tragedy and what we can learn from it, but also the resilience of those that rebuilt their lives in spite of the unimaginable. Told by the survivors and liberators who experienced it first hand, We Shall Not Die Now is an exploration into the darkest and brightest sides of the human spirit.

A Blue Ridge Mountain Christmas (2019)

Quest of the Muscle Nerd (2019)

Christmas in Arabia (2010)

Communists (2015)

In the Starlight (2018)

Inside My Heart (2018)

The plight of three refugee families fleeing their war torn countries over a period of nearly 3 years.

Life to AfterLIfe: Mom, can you hear me? (2019)

The Christmas Chalet (2019)

Iditarod: The Last Great Race on Earth (2017)

Crazy People (2018)

Death in Berruecos (2018)

Monster Tag (2018)

Meine Nachbarn mit dem dicken Hund (2019)

Bacchus Uncovered: Ancient God of Ecstasy (2018)

Hippo vs Croc (2014)

Halbe Hundert (2012)

The Seven Dwarfs to the Rescue (1951)

I sette nani alla riscossa, internationally released as The Seven Dwarfs to the Rescue in 1965, is a 1951 Italian fantasy-comedy film directed by Paolo W. Tamburella.

True: Grabbleapple Harvest (2017)

It's Grabbleapple harvest season in the Rainbow Kingdom ... but Glummy Glooma doesn't want autumn to come. Can True and her friends save the festival?

The Cellist-The Legacy of Gregor Piatigorsky (2018)

Songwriting with Soldiers (2019)

Oil on Canvas (2019)

The Dove and the Wolf (2019)

Wicked Woods: A Descendants Halloween Story (2019)

Bergman Island (2020)

Bergman Island is an upcoming internationally co-produced drama film, written and directed by Mia Hansen-Løve. It stars Mia Wasikowska, Vicky Krieps, Tim Roth, Anders Danielsen Lie, Joel Spira, and Clara Strauch.

Yi mei dao ren (1989)

Clownface (2017)

Milocrorze: A Love Story (2011)

Hurt (2003)

Hurt is a 2003 independent Canadian film written and directed by Steve DiMarco.

Borsalino: The Destiny of World's Most Famous Hat (2016)

Mang Kepweng Returns (2017)

Mang Kepweng Returns is a 2017 Filipino fantasy horror-comedy film starring Vhong Navarro. The film is directed by Giuseppe Bede Sampedro and is under the production of Cineko Productions in association with Viva Films.

I Was It Three Times (1952)

Je l'ai été trois fois French: I Did It Three Times, is a French comedy film from 1952, directed by Sacha Guitry, written by Sacha Guitry, starring Sacha Guitry and Louis de Funès. The English international title of this film is "She and Me".

Rafters (2006)

Rafťáci is a Czech comedy film directed by Karel Janák. It was released in 2006.

Hitler and Stalin: Roots of Evil (2004)

A Grunt's Life (2019)

On a small and remote patrol base in the Helmand province of Afghanistan, a foul-mouthed, comical, bloodthirsty Marine Lieutenant and his stoic Platoon Sergeant lead a rifle platoon as they battle the Taliban, the Company Commander, and their own humanity.

Being Impossible (2019)

Being Impossible, also known as Yo, imposible is a 2018 Venezuelan drama film created by Patricia Ortega. It features an intersex main character played by Colombian actress Lucía Bedoya, who has been widely praised for her performance.

Torvill & Dean (2018)

Hunting UFOs: Investigating Alien Hotspots (2019)

Leon (2018)

Incitement (2019)

Incitement is a 2019 Israeli thriller film directed by Yaron Zilberman. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival. The film was written by Ron Leshem alongside Zilberman, and Yair Hizmi. At the film's world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, the screening was halted and the audience had to evacuate because of a security threat. The screening resumed when the cinema showing the film was determined to be safe. It received the 2019 Ophir Award for Best Picture, and was selected as the Israeli entry for the Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awards.

We Still Have the Deep Black Night (2019)