The Feathered Serpent (1948)
The Feathered Serpent (also titled Charlie Chan in the Feathered Serpent) is a 1948 mystery film, the fifth of six in which Roland Winters portrayed Charlie Chan. It is the only Chan film which featured both Keye Luke and Victor Sen Yung together. Luke had been popular in the Warner Oland Chan films while Yung appeared primarily in the Sidney Toler Chan movies. This was Yung's last Chan movie. Luke appeared in one more with Roland Winters, the last of the Chan films, Sky Dragon.
Jason meets Nicole while jogging through a private forest. They are chased by something and lose each other while running away.
Triple Cross (2005)
Crafty club owner Alex, played by well known actor Charlie Robinson (Night Court, Antwone Fisher, Set It Off), and his right hand man Sonny, played by Ralph Tresvant (Barbershop Blues, lead singer for the recording group New Edition) team up with a trio of Hispanic thugs, the Bandidos, to carry out their gangster activities using Alex's club as a cover. But when Bandido's leader Eduardo falls in love with a woman involved in their last robbery, their alliance is soon jeopardize. Realizing that Eduardo isn't taking heed to his warnings, Alex decides to get rid of the Bandidos. Feeling betrayed, the Bandidos decide to force a showdown on Alex and Sonny. Who will prevail in the final confrontation?
The Night the City Screamed (1980)
Politicians, citizens, the mayor (Raymond Burr) and the police captain (Don Meredith) respond to a big-city blackout.
Rogue Male (1976)
Rogue Male is a 1976 British television film starring Peter O'Toole, based on Geoffrey Household's novel Rogue Male. Made by the BBC, it was adapted by Frederic Raphael, directed by Clive Donner and also stars Alastair Sim, John Standing and Harold Pinter. It was first transmitted on 22 September 1976.
Air Cadet (1951)
Air Cadet (aka Jet Men of the Air in its UK release) is a 1951 American drama war film directed by Joseph Pevney and starring Stephen McNally, Gail Russell, Alex Nicol and Richard Long. Air Cadet featured United States Air Force (USAF) pilots in training along with actors mixed into the training courses. The film had a small early role for 26-year-old Rock Hudson and a scene with future astronaut Gus Grissom.
American Songwriter (2012)
The story of songwriter Danny Darst, from his struggles as a poor youth to his ultimate redemption.
Guardian of the Realm (2004)
A man (Glen Levy) and a woman (Tanya Dempsey) join forces to prevent a powerful demon from opening the doorway to hell.
Undress Me (2012)
Mikaela changes from a man to a woman, then meets a guy out one night.
Sing Along (2013)
A boy survives life by imagining the world as a musical.
The Devastator (1986)
A Code Red Release - This action film about a Vietnam vet and his fight against corruption in a small town is directed by action mastermind Cirio Santiago (Dune Warriors, Stryker, Wheels Of Fire)!
Waking Up Horton (1999)
The spirit of a wacky American Indian returns to Earth to help two children search for buried treasure.
Iron Man (1951)
Iron Man is a 1951 American film noir drama sport film directed by Joseph Pevney starring Jeff Chandler, Evelyn Keyes and Stephen McNally. The film features an early appearance by Rock Hudson playing a competing boxer. The film is a remake of a film produced two decades earlier by director Tod Browning, also called Iron Man.
Beyond The Call (1996)
When Pam O'Brien (Sissy Spacek) learns that her high school sweetheart, Russell Gates (David Strathairn), is on death row for murdering a police officer, she cannot believe he is guilty. She goes to talk to him in prison and finds that Russell, tormented by his experiences in Vietnam, has given up hope. Pam's increasing investment in the case causes tension between her and her husband (Arliss Howard), himself a Vietnam veteran who has struggled to keep his own emotions in check.
Truth or Dare (2013)
Truth or Dare is a 2013 American horror film and the directorial debut of Jessica Cameron, who also starred in, wrote, and produced the film. The movie had its world premiere on 13 September 2013 at the Arizona Underground Film Festival, where it also won Best Horror Feature. Truth or Dare centers upon a group of college students that publish YouTube videos that gain them not only world-wide infamy but also an obsessed fan turned deadly stalker.
Poisoned by Polonium: The Litvinenko File (2007)
Rebellion: The Litvinenko Case, distributed as Poisoned by Polonium, is a 2007 Russian documentary film covering the death of ex-Russian spy and dissident, Alexander Litvinenko, who was assassinated in London, United Kingdom in 2006. It was directed by Russian filmmaker Andrei Nekrasov and written by Nekrasov and producer Olga Konskaya.
Broken Side Of Time (2013)
Broken Side of Time is a drama by Gorman Bechard, part two of his Alone Trilogy that began with his 2005 feature, "You Are Alone." It made its film festival debut in June 2013.
She Went to the Races (1945)
She Went to the Races is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Willis Goldbeck and starring James Craig, Frances Gifford and Ava Gardner. The screenplay concerns a team of scientists who discover a seemingly foolproof way of discovering the winner of horse races.
Memento Mori (1999)
Memento Mori (Hangul: 여고괴담 두번째 이야기; RR: Yeogogoedam dubeonchae iyagi; also known as Whispering Corridors 2: Memento Mori) is a 1999 South Korean horror film, and the second installment of the Whispering Corridors film series. It is a sequel to 1998's Whispering Corridors, and is also set in an all-girls high school, but the films are otherwise unrelated. Memento Mori was one of the first Korean commercial films to depict lesbian characters. However, prevailing Korean attitudes constrained its potential to be widely viewed, even more so as the controversial themes targeted the teen demographic.
Behind the Door of a Secret Girl (2013)
Sammy's best friend helps her escape her dysfunctional life.
Come Have Coffee with Us (1970)
Venga a prendere il caffè da noi, internationally released as Come Have Coffee with Us, is a 1970 Italian comedy film directed by Alberto Lattuada. It is based on the novel La spartizione by Piero Chiara. The film was awarded with two Nastro d'Argento awards, for best screenplay and for best supporting actress (Francesca Romana Coluzzi).
The Christmas Tree (1969)
L'Arbre de Noël (internationally released as The Christmas Tree) is a 1969 French drama film directed by Terence Young. It was defined as "the most tearful film of sixties". The film was co-produced by Italy where it was released as L'albero di Natale.
Princess In Love (1996)
A loveless marriage to Prince Charles (Christopher Villiers) drives Princess Diana (Julie Cox) to an affair with her former riding instructor (Christopher Bowen).
Dangerous Money (1946)
Dangerous Money is a 1946 American film directed by Terry O. Morse, featuring Sidney Toler as Charlie Chan. This is the second and last appearance of Willie Best as Chattanooga Brown, the cousin of Charlie Chan's usual chauffeur, Birmingham Brown (Mantan Moreland).
Suit of Lights (2014)
After fleeing the trappings of fame, fortune, and success in the arena, an orphan turned beloved matador navigates the afterlife.
Chris & Don. A Love Story (2007)
Chris & Don: A Love Story is a 2007 documentary film that chronicles the lifelong relationship between author Christopher Isherwood and his much younger lover, artist Don Bachardy. Chris & Don combines present-day interviews, archival footage shot by the couple from the 1950s, excerpts from Isherwood's diaries, and playful animations to recount their romance. It was directed by Guido Santi and Tina Mascara, and was the centerpiece film at NewFest, the New York LGBTQ Film Festival, in 2008.
North of 36 (1924)
North of 36 is a 1924 silent film Western Drama produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures. The film is based on the novel, North of 36, by Emerson Hough. The film was directed by Irvin Willat and stars Jack Holt and Lois Wilson. This film was preserved in the Library of Congress in the 1970s and has been restored by that archive with a new screening of the restored film in the summer of 2011 in upstate New York.
Private Confessions (1996)
Private Confessions is a 1996 Swedish drama film directed by Liv Ullmann and written by Ingmar Bergman. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival.
Fast Zombies With Guns (2009)
Poisoned water causes an outbreak of smart zombies who move fast and use guns.
The Bells of Death (1968)
After the murder of his family, a martial artist searches for his kidnapped sister.
Fact or Fiction: The Life and Times of a Ping Pong Hustler (2014)
The final three years of Marty Reisman's life.
The Flaming Signal (1933)
The Flaming Signal is a 1933 American adventure film directed by George Jeske and Charles E. Roberts and starring Marceline Day, Noah Beery and Carmelita Geraghty.
Joan the Woman (1916)
Joan the Woman is a 1916 American epic silent drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Geraldine Farrar as Joan of Arc. The film premiered on Christmas Day in 1916. This was DeMille's first historical drama. The screenplay is based on Friedrich Schiller's 1801 play Die Jungfrau von Orelans (The Maid of Orleans). This film was considered to be the "first cinematic spectacle about Joan of Arc."
This was the first film to use the Handschiegl Color Process (billed as the "Wyckoff-DeMille Process") for certain scenes. This process is especially noticeable in the scene of Joan burning at the stake, the use of red and yellow gave this a heightened dramatic effect. A print of the film still exists. DeMille has said that in the weeks before shooting he became obsessed with historical research, costume and set design, and casting decisions.
Midnight at the Wax Museum (1936)
Midnight at Madame Tussaud's is a 1936 British thriller film directed by George Pearson and starring Lucille Lisle, James Carew and Charles Oliver. The screenplay concerns an explorer who bets his friends he can spend a night in Madame Tussaud's chamber of horrors.
Untamed Women (1952)
Untamed Women is a 1952 United States science fiction film written by George Wallace Sayre and directed by W. Merle Connell. An American bomber pilot is rescued after drifting at sea during World War II. He tells doctors how he and three of his fellow crash survivors washed up on an island inhabited by dinosaurs and a tribe of druid-descended cave-women who are being plagued by Neanderthal men intent on kidnapping them for breeding purposes. In 1986, the movie was featured in an episode of the Canned Film Festival.
The Boar King (2014)
Cho loses her husband during a typhoon and fears their spa will have close when the hot springs are buried. When she receives invitation cards from her deceased husband, she is finally able to find a new direction in her life.
Limousine Love (1928)
A bride groom finds a naked woman in his car.
The Voice of the Moon (1990)
The Voice of the Moon (Italian: La voce della luna) is a 1990 Italian dramatic comedy film directed by Federico Fellini and starring Roberto Benigni, Paolo Villaggio, and Nadia Ottaviani. Returning to themes he first explored in La strada (1954), Fellini crafts a parable on the whisperings of the soul that only madmen and vagabonds are capable of hearing. Based on the novel Il poema dei lunatici by Ermano Cavazzoni, the film is about a fake inspector of wells and a former prefect who wander through the Emilia-Romagna countryside of Fellini's childhood and discover a dystopia of television commercials, fascism, beauty pageants, rock music, Catholicism, and pagan ritual. The film received David di Donatello Awards for Best Actor, Best Editing, and Best Production Design, and nominations for Best Director, Best Film, Best Cinematography, Best Music, and Best Producer. The Voice of the Moon was Fellini's last film before his death in 1993.
A dark and haunting study in psychological horror, Symptoms takes us deep
into the twisted mind of a damaged girl. Helen, who lives alone, invites her new friend Anne to stay with her in a
lonely house, lost in the English countryside. The house, the woods that
surround it and the figures fleetingly glimpsed through its windows, all seem
imbued with a deep sense of mystery. Helen appears to be hiding a secret and the
more Anne tries to uncover it, the deeper she is pulled into its dark heart. Symptoms was the official UK entry to the Cannes film festival in 1974 and
was highly praised at the time. Subsequently the film sank into obscurity and
was recently listed as one of the UK’s top 75 “lost films”. This release, taken
from the original negative and fully restored, brings this quiet masterpiece
back into view, where it can now be appreciated as one of the most under rated
films of the 1970s.
Costa Dulce (2014)
David divides his time between his home and job fixing a house. When a mysterious device arrives for the homeowner, David's curiosity leads him down a path of greed, obsession and death.
Za ji wang ming dui (1979)
Four men plan an elaborate scheme to avenge their friend's murder.
What The [email protected]#- Is Cancer and Why Does Everybody Have It? (2014)
In 2011, Allison W. Gryphon films her treatment for breast cancer.
La mort du Dieu serpent (2014)
After a street fight, Koumba is expelled to Senegal.
Skills Like This (2007)
Skills like This is a 2007 comedy film directed by Monty Miranda, written by Spencer Berger and distributed by Shadow Distribution released theatrically on March 20, 2009. The DVD released on November 17, 2009 and the Premium Cable premiere on Starz and Starz On Demand 1.1. 2010. It stars Berger, Gabriel Tigerman, Kerry Knuppe and Brian D. Phelan.
Shaolin Martial Arts (1974)
Temple dwellers show good form in a showdown of the best fighters in China.
The Third Generation (1979)
The Third Generation (German: Die Dritte Generation) is a 1979 West German film, a black comedy about terrorism, written, directed and cinematographed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder. The plot follows an ineffectual cell of underground terrorists who plan to kidnap an industrialist.
The Descendant (2007)
A shocking family secret is unearthed.
Table for Love (1967)
Lust for Love (German: Mahlzeiten) is a 1967 West German drama film directed by Edgar Reitz, starring Heidi Stroh and Georg Hauke. It tells the story of the marriage and subsequent crisis of a young female photographer and a medical student. It was the director's first fiction film.
The film premiered in West Germany on 21 March 1967. It was shown in competition at the 28th Venice International Film Festival, where it won the award for Best First Work.
The Weight of Elephants (2013)
Adrian, a sensitive and lonely boy, forms an unlikely friendship with a mysterious girl who moves in across the street.
Snowed Under (1936)
Snowed Under is a 1936 American romantic comedy film starring George Brent as a playwright who is working under a tight deadline. Unfortunately, he becomes snowed-in in his remote cabin with two ex-wives and a girlfriend, played by Genevieve Tobin, Glenda Farrell and Patricia Ellis.
Sweet Love, Bitter (1967)
Sweet Love, Bitter is a 1967 film based on the novel Night Song by John Alfred Williams. The story is inspired by the life of jazz musician Charlie Parker. American jazz pianist Mal Waldron recorded a soundtrack album for the film.
Spellcaster is a 1992 American film starring Adam Ant.
Black Dossier (1955)
Black Dossier (French: Le Dossier noir) is a 1955 French drama film directed by André Cayatte. It was entered into the 1955 Cannes Film Festival.
Shopping For Fangs (1997)
Shopping for Fangs is a 1997 film directed by Americans Quentin Lee and Justin Lin.
Equality U (2010)
Thirty-four openly gay activists go on a bike tour to raise equality awareness.
Keepin' the Faith: Lookin' for Mr. Right (2008)
A single therapist (Angell Conwell) has good friends and strong faith in God to help her find the man of her dreams.
The Legend of Six Fingers (2014)
Neil and Andrew believe a bipedal creature with six fingers is responsible for domestic animal slayings. They have no idea their trip into the forest to search for the creature will turn into a terrifying journey.
Blood Slaves of the Vampire Wolf (1996)
A young vampire brings a wolf-man into her group to further terrorize the people of Los Angeles.
In 1874 Australia, debonair outlaw Stingaree (Richard Dix, Cimarron), aided by his sidekick, Howie (Andy Devine, Stagecoach), uses his wily charm to take what he wants from the ruling class… with or without permission. When he meets composer Sir Julian Kent (Conway Tearle, Black Oxen), who’s on his way to see a promising opera singer Mrs. Clarkson (Mary Boland, The Women), Stingaree abducts Kent and decides to take his place at the audition. He quickly realizes the real talent is Clarkson’s servant, Hilda (Irene Dunne, The Awful Truth) and not Mrs. Clarkson, so he promises Hilda that he’ll make her a star. Legendary filmmaker William A. Wellman (Yellow Sky, The Ox-Bow Incident, Nothing Sacred) directed this Pre-Code romantic comedy drama.
The Perfect Circle (1997)
The Perfect Circle is a 1997 Bosnian film by Ademir Kenović set in Sarajevo during the siege of 1992-1996. It was written by Kenović with Pjer Žalica and Abdulah Sidran. The set designer was Kemal Hrustanović. The title derives from the ability of "Hamza" to draw perfect circles on paper.
Everyday Is Like Sunday (2013)
Everyday Is Like Sunday is a 2013 Canadian feature film directed by Pavan Moondi, written by Pavan Moondi and Michael Sloane and produced by Brian Robertson and Pavan Moondi.
The film stars stand-up comedian David Dineen-Porter, Coral Osborne, Adam Gurfinkel, Nick Flanagan, Bo Martyn and musicians Nick Thorburn (of Islands, Mister Heavenly and The Unicorns) and Dan Werb (of Woodhands).
Everyday Is Like Sunday was released theatrically in Toronto on August 16, 2013. The film was shot in July 2012 in Toronto and produced by Emmy and Canadian Screen Award winning company, iThentic, in association with Daylight on Mars Pictures and Riddle Films.
The independent film was acquired for Canadian distribution by Mongrel Media beginning January 2014.
On August 1, 2014, the film became available to stream instantly on Netflix Canada.
A young Spanish director is fired from his job and travels to India to search for inspiration. He learns his search is not in India and returns home to figure out what he is trying to escape from.
The Blue Tower (2009)
A young British man resolves to take drastic measures as hopes of improvement in his personal circumstances recede.
Sheriff of Tombstone (1941)
Sheriff of Tombstone is a 1941 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers.
Valley of the Issa (1982)
The Issa Valley (Polish: Dolina Issy) is a 1982 film adaptation of 1955 novel by Czesław Miłosz, directed by Tadeusz Konwicki.
'Neath Canadian Skies (1946)
'Neath Canadian Skies is a 1946 American film about Mounties.
Naya Din Nai Raat (1974)
Naya Din Nai Raat is a 1974 Bollywood drama film directed by A. Bhimsingh. The film is famous as Sanjeev Kumar reprised the nine-role epic performance by Sivaji Ganesan in Navarathri (1964), which was also previously reprised by Akkineni Nageswara Rao in Navarathri. This film had enhanced his status and reputation as an actor in Hindi cinema. The nine roles played by Sanjeev Kumar correspond to nine Rasa.
North of the Border (1946)
North of the Border is a 1946 American western film.
Real Lies (2014)
Marco meets Eric Lebel, a distressed veteran, who has all the qualifications to be the subject of his documentary. To improve the ending of his movie, Marco decides to drive Éric to his hometown to help him reconcile with his ex and his parents.
A provocative and breathtaking wakeup call - a cross continental cinematic journey, that explores our cosmic origins and our future as a species.
Drying Up the Streets (1978)
Drying Up the Streets is a 1978 Canadian feature from Robin Spry produced by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Highway to Dhampus (2014)
Highway To Dhampus is a upcoming romantic drama movie made by producer John de Blas Williams and director Rick McFarland. Along with the American actor, Gunner Wright, who has previously worked in movies like, ‘Love’ and ‘Dead Space”, Nepalese movie star, Raj Ballav Koirala will also be seen sharing space in the movie.
Dimboola is a 1979 Australian independent film directed by John Duigan about a country wedding reception. It is based on the 1969 play of the same name by Jack Hibberd and was principally filmed on location in Dimboola, Victoria.
An Angel on Wheels (1959)
An Angel on Wheels is a 1959 French-West German romantic comedy film starring Romy Schneider, Henri Vidal and Jean-Paul Belmondo.
It was also known in France as Mademoiselle Ange and in Germany as Ein Engel auf Erden.
It had admissions in France of 891,190.
The Secret (1992)
The Secret is 1992 television film aired on television on 19 April 1992 about a grandfather and his grandson who both struggle with dyslexia. Filmed in Nova Scotia, the film stars Kirk Douglas as the owner of a store who has difficulty with reading and writing, a fact which he hides from everyone. This changes when he realizes his grandson, Danny suffers from the same difficulties.
A pregnant woman serves a long jail sentence after she kills her lover and his mistress.
Say It in Russian (2011)
Say it in Russian is a 2007 American/French film, co-written and produced by Kenneth G. Eade, and starring Rade Šerbedžija, Faye Dunaway and Steven Brand.
Say it in Russian is directed by Jeff Celentano, and edited by William M. Anderson and David Rawlins. It is produced by Imperia Entertainment, Inc. The motion picture was one of the first pictures ever successfully finished by a small cap company that trades its stock on the Pink Sheets. The movie has been picked up for distribution by Dalton Pictures and was released on 4 May 2009 in Carmike cinemas.
An Old Man's Gold (2012)
When Eddie kidnaps Charlene to steal Charlie's gold, Charlene's mother is forced into a violent showdown to save her daughter and get Charlie's treasure.
Black Oxen (1923)
Black Oxen is a 1923 American silent fantasy/romantic drama film starring Corinne Griffith, Conway Tearle and Clara Bow. Directed by Frank Lloyd, the film is based on the controversial and best-selling 1923 novel of the same name by Gertrude Atherton.Described as "subtle science fiction", the film takes its title from William Butler Yeats: "The years like great Black Oxen tread the world." It was produced by Frank Lloyd Productions and distributed by First National Pictures. A special edition of Atherton's novel was released featuring stills from the film.
Einstein and Einstein (2018)
A 13-year-old girl deals with the issues brought about by her family's high-priced son.
Passport to Destiny (1944)
Passport to Destiny (1944) is a RKO Radio Pictures fantasy war film, starring Elsa Lanchester, in her only leading role, as an English cleaning woman who, believing herself invulnerable by being protected by a magic eye amulet, travels to Nazi Germany to personally assassinate Adolf Hitler.
I Believe In You (1952)
I Believe in You is a 1952 film directed by Michael Relph and Basil Dearden. It stars Celia Johnson and Cecil Parker and is based on the book Court Circular by Sewell Stokes. Inspired by the recently successful The Blue Lamp, Relph and Dearden used a (then) semi-documentary approach in telling the story of the lives of parole officers and their charges.
Radio Stars on Parade (1945)
Radio Stars on Parade is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Leslie Goodwins from a screenplay by Robert E. Kent and Monte Brice, from Kent's original story. Produced and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, it was released on August 1, 1945. The film stars the comedy team of Brown and Carney (Wally Brown and Alan Carney), along with Frances Langford.
A Powerful Noise (2008)
Three women from around the world battle ignorance.
BirdWatchers (Italian: La terra degli uomini rossi) is a 2008 Brazilian-Italian drama film directed by Marco Bechis. It depicts the breakdown of a community of Guarani-Kaiowa native Indians whilst attempting to reclaim their ancestral land from a local farmer.
Open Windows (2014)
Nick’s a lucky guy. Tonight, he’ll be having dinner with Jill Goddard, the hottest actress on earth. She's promoting her latest movie, and he’s won the main prize in an online contest. Then he gets a call. Some guy named Chord explains that dinner has been cancelled. And it’s Jill’s fault: she’s a high-maintenance diva, and everybody hates her guts. Chord says he can make up for it. He offers Nick the tools to spy on Jill from his computer for the rest of the night, in a way that no fan could dare dream of. The terrible truth begins to reveal itself. It looks like Chord set up the whole situation, with Nick playing a part in a much bigger plan...
The 21st Century REAR WINDOW.
Past The Bleachers (1995)
A mysterious mute boy enables a Little League coach (Richard Dean Anderson) to come to terms with the loss of his son.
Le monde nous appartient (2013)
Pouga and Julien meet one night on a bridge and their fates intersect.
Made For Each Other (1971)
Made for Each Other is a 1971 feature film directed by Robert B. Bean.
Both starring and written by the husband and wife team of Renée Taylor and Joseph Bologna, the movie traces the relationship of Pandora and Giggy, a seemingly incompatible couple who meet in a group therapy session and fall in love.
The movie was the second screenplay written by the couple (Lovers and Other Strangers being their first), and marks Bologna's film acting debut. In addition, there are early screen appearances from Paul Sorvino, Candice Azzara, and Olympia Dukakis.
Hanging By A Thread (1979)
Hanging by a Thread is a 1979 television disaster movie starring Sam Groom about friends stranded in a disabled cable-car above a ravine. The occupants of the cable car reflect on the past as the film flashes back and forth to show each of the character's lives. It was written by Adrian Spies, directed by Georg Fenady and produced by Irwin Allen. The film co-starred Patty Duke, Donna Mills, Oliver Clark and Cameron Mitchell.
Kill Switch (2008)
Kill Switch is a 2008 direct-to-video film that was later released for theatrical distribution starring Steven Seagal and directed by Jeff F. King. Steven Seagal plays Detective Jacob King, a tough cop with a reputation for violent street-justice methods. King investigates murders in Memphis, Tennessee, perpetrated by a serial killer known as Lazerus. The film is also notable for featuring one of the last roles of Isaac Hayes.
Kid Auto Races at Venice (1914)
Kid Auto Races at Venice is a 1914 American film starring Charles Chaplin in which his "Little Tramp" character makes his first appearance in a film exhibited before the public. The first film to be produced that featured the character was actually Mabel's Strange Predicament; it was shot a few days before Kid Auto Races but released two days after it.
Guns for Dollars (1971)
They Call Me Hallelujah (Italian: Testa t'ammazzo, croce... sei morto - Mi chiamano Alleluja, also known as Guns for Dollars, Deep West and Heads I Kill You, Tails You're Dead! They Call Me Hallalujah) is a 1971 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Giuliano Carnimeo and starring George Hilton.
A mother sees her life deteriorate while dealing with a son's addiction to heroin.
Warriors of Terra (2006)
An animal-rights group’s raid of a bio-tech company backfires when they become trapped in a lab alongside a ravenous, genetically-mutated human. Hopefully they appreciate the irony of being the only animals in the facility in need of rescue.
A Friend Indeed: The Bill Sackter Story (2008)
Filmmaker Lane Wyrick documents the story of Bill Sackter, who, after being institutionalized for 44 years, became a hero to people with disabilities.
Dark Places (2005)
Keri, a drug-addicted prostitute living on the dark side of life, thinks things cannot get any worse, then she learns that they can.
In My Daughter's Name (1992)
A lawyer (Lee Grant) crusades for her client (Donna Mills) who has killed the man acquitted of killing her teenage daughter.
Hwaryeonhan oechul (2013)
Hee-Soo's songwriting talents are renewed by a chance meeting with a handsome guy.
The Conquerors (2013)
The Conquerors (French: Les conquérants) is a 2013 French adventure comedy film directed by Xabi Molia, with stars Mathieu Demy, Denis Podalydès and Christian Crahay, with the director playing a seventh-billed supporting role.The film was exhibited in southwest France on 21 June 2013 at the Contis Film Festival (premiere) and, two months later (24 August) at another film festival, in Gindou. The full release in France was on 25 September, but it continued to be seen at festivals (Belgium's Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur on 1 October and Canada's Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival on 15 September 2014.