Days of Darkness (2007)

Days of Darkness (French: L'Âge des ténèbres), also known as The Age of Ignorance, is a 2007 French Canadian sex comedy-drama film written and directed by Denys Arcand and starring Marc Labrèche, Diane Kruger and Sylvie Léonard. It is the third part of Arcand's loose trilogy also consisting of The Decline of the American Empire (1986) and The Barbarian Invasions (2003). The film follows a depressed Quebec bureaucrat, who feeling insignificant, retreats into a fantasy world. The film was screened out of competition at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival. It was nominated for four Genie Awards, including Best Motion Picture, and was submitted for consideration for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Torrente 5 (2014)

Crooked cop Torrente gets out of jail in the year 2018 to find a different Spain from the one he knew.

Winter Buoy (2015)

Winter Buoy is a 2015 documentary film directed by the Swedish Cannes-awarded Frida Kempff. The film is about a group of nurses in Toronto helping pregnant women struggle with their homelessness, drug addictions and violent relationships. The film had its premiere at the 2015 Gothenburg Film Festival where it was nominated to the Dragon Award Best Nordic Documentary. It was awarded Best Documentary at NIFF, Nordic International Film Festival, USA. It was also nominated to the 2015 First Films International Competition at Cinéma du Réel in Paris and to the Tempo Documentary Award at the 2015 Tempo Documentary Festival in Stockholm

Young Light (2016)

A 12-year-old boy has to take on adult responsibilities after his mother has a nervous breakdown.

Sweet Insanity (2006)

A high school senior (Rebekah Hoyle) becomes aware that the new girl in school (Mackenzie Firgens) has brought something evil with her.

Santeria: The Soul Possessed (2012)

A 9-year-old boy and his family are locked in their home by an evil force after he is given a cursed Eucharist.

57,000 Kilometers Between Us (2008)

A teenager tries to make connections while building a relationship with her transsexual father and a stepdad who posts online every detail of their family.

One Man and His Cow (2016)

One Man and His Cow (original title: La Vache - The Cow) is a 2016 French comedy film directed by Mohamed Hamidi.

My Bloody Banjo (2015)

A young man becomes manipulated by his imaginary friend to exact revenge on his tormenting co-workers.

Kamikaze (2016)

Evan Reed is a disillusioned ex M.I.6 agent who has become a mercenary for hire. Hired to steal files containing incriminating evidence linking the Prime Minister with illegal weapons contractors, Evan realizes he is in over his head. But after the mission Evan finds that his pregnant girlfriend Jess, has been kidnapped. Evan is forced to fight his way through agents, thugs and a small mercenary army to rescue Jess. With the odds stacked against him and a top assassin hot on his trail, can Evan defeat him and rescue his girlfriend in time?

Love Me True (2015)

Dostoevsky's reincarnation arrives just in time to help a man find true love.

The Other Kind (2015)

A family sets out to save their youngest, an eccentric poet who believes Bukowksi lives in his head.

It Watches (2016)

Andre, recovering from a recent accident, agrees to help his friend Robert by taking over a house sitting job at a creepy home nestled in the hills above Los Angeles. As night comes, the house reveals its insidious nature as Andre begins hearing ominous sounds and experiencing strange occurrences throughout the house that lead him to believe he is not alone, and that someone, or something is in the house with him.

Solange and the living (2016)

One day, while Solange is studying sheep-shaped dust formations in her apartment, the doorbell rings. A deliveryman claims to have a package for her. Solange is formal in her response: That’s impossible.

Run the Tide (2016)

Rey gave up his chance at college and love to raise his young half-brother Oliver, who looks nothing like him - "same mom, different dads." But when his meth addicted mother, Lola, is released from prison determined to rebuild her family, Rey kidnaps his younger brother and escapes their desert home for the California coast, chasing the dream that he let go years ago. Lola turns to her ex-husband Bo to help find her missing boys, bringing up ghosts from their own failed relationship. With nothing but the open road ahead of them, and Lola and Bo in close pursuit, Rey and Oliver race away from a past they never wanted, towards a future that could have been.

Mr. Donkey (2016)

In order to pay for the donkey that brings them water, a countryside village registers it as a teacher at its local school. But when the charity group that funds the school visits for an inspection, the village has to find ways to hide their secret.

The Road to Shame (1959)

Pierre Rossi and Béatrice live in the same block of flats in Marseille and love each other. One night, Béatrice leaves her apartment. Pierre knows that his fiancée goes to a rendezvous, but she would not tell him more than just that. Worried, Pierre follows her but he is attacked and stolen his identity papers by two men, Tom and Nasol, on the payroll of Quaglio, one of the city's bosses. Later on, Quaglio kills Nasol and deposits the body in a garage, leaving Pierre's papers nearby. As for Pierre, he manages to follow Tom to a villa where several young women have been invited. Pierre, horrified, realizes that this place is the headquarters for the white slave trade.

Carrie Pilby (2017)

Pilby (Powley) is a genius who graduated Harvard at 18. Convinced that the world is populated by oversexed hypocrites, she has a hard time making sense of life as it relates to morality, relationships, sex and leaving her apartment. In an effort to coax Carrie out of her shell, her psychiatrist (Nathan Lane), makes a deceptively simple checklist of goals for her to achieve between Thanksgiving and the year’s end. Each goal brings Carrie closer to the understanding that humans, like books, can’t be judged by their covers. Produced by Suzanne Farwell, Susan Johnson, Susan Cartsonis, Brent Emery and Lisa Wolofsky, Carrie Pilby was directed by Susan Johnson from a script by Kara Holden.

Fell, Jumped or Pushed (2016)

A group of aspiring documentary filmmakers with zero experience sets out to save the world by making an important, feminist film. The trouble is that none of them, including hapless leader Todd Peters, have any idea of how to do that or what their masterpiece should be about. Fact and fiction commingle as the wannabe documentarians turn their cameras on an unsuspecting, real-life family of women in Spokane, Wash.

Sacred Vow (2016)

A troubled couple try to regain the love and respect they had for each other on their wedding day.

Beauty Bites Beast (2016)

Women all over the world undertake the transformative experience of learning verbal, emotional and physical empowerment rooted in self-defense.

Naked Spaces: Living Is Round (1985)

The rhythm and ritual of life in the rural environments of six West African countries.

The CEO (2016)

The CEO is a 2016 Nigerian film directed by Kunle Afolayan, starring Kemi Lala Akindoju, Hilda Dokubo, Jimmy Jean-Louis and Angélique Kidjo. The film premiered at the Eko Hotels and Suites on July 10, 2016. The film was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival. The London premiere was held in October 2016 at Leicester Square Vue Cinema.

Right Between Your Ears (2017)

People turn their beliefs into certainties and mistake them for the truth.

Bokeh (2017)

Bokeh is a 2017 science fiction drama film written and directed by Geoffrey Orthwein and Andrew Sullivan. It stars Maika Monroe and Matt O'Leary as two American tourists in Iceland who find everyone else on the island has mysteriously vanished. It premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival and was released theatrically in the US on March 24, 2017.

My Cousin Rachel (2017)

My Cousin Rachel tells the story of a young Englishman who plots revenge against his mysterious, beautiful cousin, believing that she murdered his guardian. But his feelings become complicated as he finds himself falling under the beguiling spell of her charms.

Hercules (2014)

Hercules is a 2014 American 3D action fantasy adventure film directed by Brett Ratner, written by Ryan J. Condal and Evan Spiliotopoulos and starring Dwayne Johnson, Ian McShane, Rufus Sewell and John Hurt. It is based on the graphic novel Hercules: The Thracian Wars. Distributed jointly by Paramount Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, it was released on July 25, 2014. It is one of two Hollywood-studio Hercules films released in 2014, the other being Summit Entertainment's The Legend of Hercules. The film earned $244 million on a $100 million budget and received mixed reviews from critics, who, however, praised the action sequences and Johnson's acting. Hercules was released on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD on November 4, 2014 by Paramount Home Entertainment.

Attacking the Darkness (2015)

Beleaguered film producers go on a mission to save impressionable souls from the evils of role-playing games.

Front (1943)

The Front, is a 1943 Soviet drama film directed by Vasilyev brothers.

The Anatomy of Monsters (2015)

A seemingly normal yet homicidal young man ventures out one night in search for his first kill. At a lonely bar he meets a young woman, takes her to a hotel room and prepares to kill her…until he discovers she harbors secrets far worse than even he could imagine.

Homefront (2013)

Jason Statham, James Franco, Winona Ryder and Kate Bosworth star in this action-packed thriller about how far one man will go to protect his family. Widowed ex-DEA agent Phil Broker (Statham) retires to a quiet Southern town with his 10-year-old daughter and discovers that the idyllic setting is riddled with drugs and violence. When a riveting chain of events forces him to face off with psychotic local drug lord Gator Bodine (Franco), Broker must retaliate using the fearsome skills he hoped to keep in his past. From screenwriter Sylvester Stallone, Homefront is “an absolute blast! A thrill ride from start to finish!” (Chris Parente, FOX-TV)

Requiem for a Killer (2011)

Lucrce, the best assassin in the business, is hired to kill an opera singer. The killer poses as a soprano in order to get to her target, but things do not go as planned.

Khatta Meetha (1981)

Khatta Meetha is a 1978 Hindi film directed by Basu Chatterjee. The film stars Ashok Kumar, Rakesh Roshan, Bindiya Goswami, Pearl Padamsee, Deven Verma, David Abraham Cheulkar, Ranjit Chowdhry, Preeti Ganguly, Pradeep Kumar and Iftekhar. The film's music is by Rajesh Roshan. At the 26th Filmfare Awards, Deven Verma was nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role for the film, but won it for Chor Ke Ghar Chor. This was also the debut film of actor Ranjit Chowdhry, who later appeared in films like Basu Chatterjee's Baton Baton Mein (1979) and Hrishikesh Mukherjee's Khubsoorat (1980). The story of this movie was remade as 2010 comedy Golmaal 3..

Punk Berlin 1982 (2015)

In 1980, Robert gets fed up with phony hippies and bourgeois narrow mindedness.

Marseille (2016)

Marseille is a French film directed by Kad Merad, released in 2016.

Déjà s'envole la fleur maigre (1960)

Filmmaker Paul Meyer documents life in Borinage.

Un Padre No Tan Padre (2016)

When Don Servando Villegas (85), a good old fashioned Mexican patriarch, is expelled from his retirement home, his younger son, Francisco, takes him in. Don Servando is about to discover the truth about his son and his way of life.

Blood on the Mountain (2016)

Blood on the Mountain is a searing investigation into the economic and environmental injustices that have resulted from industrial control in West Virginia.  This feature documentary details the struggles of a hard-working, misunderstood people, who have historically faced limited choices and have never benefited fairly from the rich, natural resources of their land.  Blood on the Mountain delivers a striking portrait of a fractured population, exploited and besieged by corporate interests, and abandoned by the powers elected to represent them.

A candle lights the heart (2014)

Five families tell stories of those who they lost, how their grief impacted on their lives, and how a lantern ceremony has helped them deal with their loss.

Craig Quits His Day Job (2016)

Craig starts a support group for quitters after he leaves his job.

She Started It (2016)

Filmmakers Nora Poggi and Insiyah Saeed explore the cultural roots of female under-representation in entrepreneurship.

A Firehouse Christmas (2016)

As Christmas approaches, a relationship author (Anita Brown) tests the true love between her soon-to-be ex-husband (Marcus Rosner) and his firefighting girlfriend (Anna Hutchison).

Chronically Metropolitan (2017)

Chronically Metropolitan is a 2016 American comedy film directed by Xavier Manrique and written by Nicholas Schutt. The film stars Ashley Benson, Shiloh Fernandez, Addison Timlin, Mary-Louise Parker and Chris Noth. Filming began on February 23, 2015 in New York City.

Six LA Love Stories (2016)

Over the course of one afternoon, in six different parts of LA, six couples connect, reconnect, or fall apart. Marked by nimble shifts in tone (the six stories range from romping farce to emotionally gutting drama) and a potent combination of innovative cinematic storytelling and evergreen themes of the difficulties and ultimate resiliency of love in all its many forms, SIX LA LOVE STORIES is an indie LOVE ACTUALLY for our time.

A Husband For Christmas (2016)

Sparks fly between a graphic designer and her male counterpart when they agree to a loveless marriage of convenience to help each other out.

MOTO 8: The Movie (2016)

The world’s favorite dirtbike film series returns in 2016 with MOTO 8. From the biggest tracks in the world, to going 100+mph through the Australian outback, MOTO 8 continues the progression of filmmaking in the two-wheel world.

Santa's Apprentice (2010)

Santa's Apprentice (original French title L'Apprenti Père Noel) is a French-Australian-Irish animated film made by Gaumont-Alphanim (now Gaumont Animation) in 2010. This full-length animated feature film was co-produced with Avril Stark Entertainment and Cartoon Saloon, and is based from the animated TV series SantApprentice.

Once Upon a Murdoch Christmas (2016)

Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) and Brackenreid (Thomas Craig) investigate a series of brazen robberies targeting Toronto's businessmen just days before Christmas.

Borderless (2015)

A boy lives in an abandoned ship along a war-torn border. His solitary existence is interrupted by a refugee in search of shelter, carrying an infant.

I'm for the Hippopotamus (1979)

I'm for the Hippopotamus (Italian: Io sto con gli ippopotami) is a 1979 Italian adventure-comedy film directed by Italo Zingarelli and starring Terence Hill and Bud Spencer.

Divin Enfant (2014)

Divin Enfant (English: Merry Christmess!) is a 2014 French comedy film directed by Olivier Doran and starring Émilie Dequenne, Sami Bouajila and Géraldine Pailhas.

Dead Men Don't Count (1968)

Dead Men Don't Count (Spanish: ¿Quién grita venganza?, Italian: I morti non si contano, also known as Cry for Revenge) is a 1968 Spanish-Italian Spaghetti Western film written and directed by Rafael Romero Marchent.

Snowcapped Christmas (2016)

A Snow Capped Christmas is a 2016 Canadian made-for-television Christmas romantic drama film directed by Christie Will Wolf and starring Leah Renee, Niall Matter, Michael Teigen, Lisa Whelchel and Gracyn Shinyei. It premiered in Canada on W Network on November 6, 2016 and in the United States on Up Network on November 26, 2016.

Nightmare Wedding (2016)

Sandy’s past indiscretion with her fiancé’s best friend Roman comes back to haunt her when he becomes their best man. Delusional and deranged, Roman will stop at nothing to make Sandy his own bride.

Hectic Knife (2016)

Hectic Knife is a superhero comedy about a knife-wielding vigilante who fights against drug dealers, murderers and other "baddies," including Piggly Doctor, a villain bent on world domination. The idea for the film gestated as Peter Litvin, who later co-wrote, starred in, and produced the film, and director Greg DeLiso were working on a series titled Short Films for Nobody. Filming began in 2010 and wrapped in 2015. Shortly after the film was finished, DeLiso and Litvin secured distribution via Troma Entertainment.

The Case for Christ (2017)

In 1980, Lee Strobel’s award-winning investigative reporting earned him a promotion to legal editor at the Chicago Tribune. Things at home weren’t going nearly as well. His wife Leslie’s newfound faith in Christ compels Lee to utilize his journalistic and legal training to disprove the claims of Christianity—pitting his resolute atheism against her growing faith. Based on Strobel’s bestselling book of the same name, The Case for Christ is a dramatic and heartfelt telling of their compelling journey. This moving story is for everyone who has ever pondered the existence of God … and what role He could play in their lives.

Victoria (1979)

Victoria is a 1979 Swedish drama film directed by Bo Widerberg based on Knut Hamsun's 1898 novel. It was entered into the 1979 Cannes Film Festival.

The Age of Consequences (2016)

Through the lens of national security and global stability, a look at the impacts of climate change on increased resource scarcity and migration. As part of a case-study analysis, admirals, generals and military veterans take viewers beyond the headlines of the conflict in Syria, the social unrest of the Arab Spring, the rise of groups like ISIS, and the European refugee crisis -- and lay bare how climate change stressors interact with societal tensions, sparking conflict.

Voice from the Stone (2017)

Voice from the Stone is an upcoming American supernatural psychological thriller film directed by Eric D. Howell and written by Andrew Shaw, based on the novel of the same name by Silvio Raffo. The film stars Emilia Clarke, Marton Csokas, Caterina Murino, Remo Girone, Lisa Gastoni and Edward Dring. Filming began in Italy in November 2014 and finished in December 2014. The film will be played in select theatres and released in digital HD on April 28 2017

Stray Bullets (2017)

In 16-year-old Jack Fessenden's directorial debut, teens Connor and Ash head to Ash’s father’s trailer for the weekend. When three crooks on the run from a hitman stash their car nearby, they seek refuge inside the trailer holding the teens hostage. Connor and Ash must now help the criminals before the hitman kills everyone in his wake.

Dirty Work (1933)

Dirty Work is a Pre-Code Laurel and Hardy short film classic comedy made in 1933. It was directed by Lloyd French, produced by Hal Roach and distributed by MGM.

Flatliners (2017)

Five medical students, obsessed by the mystery of what lies beyond the confines of life, embark on a daring and dangerous experiment: by stopping their hearts for short periods of time, each triggers a near-death experience, giving them a firsthand account of the afterlife. But as their experiments become increasingly dangerous, they are each haunted by the sins of their pasts, brought on by the supernatural consequences of trespassing to the other side.

Hell House LLC (2015)

Hell House LLC is a 2016 American found footage horror film written and directed by Stephen Cognetti and produced by Cognetti Films. The film, shot as a documentary, follows a group of Halloween haunted house creators as they prepare for the 2009 opening of their popular haunted attraction Hell House. Tragedy strikes on opening night when an unknown malfunction causes the death of fifteen tour-goers and staff. The film reveals the lead up to the tragedy and documenting what exactly went wrong that night which has been a mystery to the public. The film was released on a number of video on demand platforms including Amazon Video, YouTube, Vudu and iTunes on November 1, 2016

Shepherds and Butchers (2017)

Shepherds and Butchers is a 2016 South African drama film directed by Oliver Schmitz. It was shown in the Panorama section at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival. It is an adaptation of the debut novel of the same name by Chris Marnewick, a New Zealand-based author and former South African High Court barrister and judge.

Anchors (2016)

With his wedding only one month away, a man reconnects with an old flame.

Killing Hasselhoff (2017)

Killing Hasselhoff is an action comedy film starring Ken Jeong and David Hasselhoff.

So B. It (2017)

Based on the best-selling novel, a young girl named Heidi who lives with her mentally disabled mother, travels across the country to find out about her and her mothers past.

A Winter Rose (2016)

A Winter Rose is a 2016 American drama and music film written, directed, edited and scored by Riz Story and starring Kimberly Whalen, Paul Sorvino, Robert Miano, Billy Zane, Taryn Manning, Edward Furlong, and Theresa Russell.

Altered Hours (2016)

An insomniac's black market sleep aid sends his mind one day into the future where he is suspected of abducting a girl he has not met yet.

Missed Connections (2012)

A techie (Jon Abrahams) intercepts a woman's (Mickey Sumner) online message to a stranger and tries to strike up a romance with her.

Zoé: Panoramas (2016)

Filmmakers Gabriel Cruz Rivas and Rodrigo Guardiola profile one of Latin America's top alternative-rock music acts.

The Others (1975)

The Others (French: Les autres) is a 1974 French drama film directed by Hugo Santiago. It was entered into the 1974 Cannes Film Festival.

The Illinois Parables (2016)

Regional vignettes about faith, technology and exodus.

On Top of the Whale (1982)

On Top of the Whale is a 1982 Dutch surreal and magic-realistic fantasy film directed by Chilean Raúl Ruiz while he was in exile and " one of his most delirious and ambitious hoax-like fictions".

The Stopover (2016)

The Stopover (French: Voir du pays) is a 2016 French film directed by Delphine and Muriel Coulin. The film premiered at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard section where the sisters won the award for Best Screenplay.

Heaven Sent (2016)

An 8-year-old runaway from Heaven rekindles a couple’s once intimate friendship that has slowly slipped away due to a heart-wrenching loss.

Boston Fire (1979)

Smoke rises over the skyline from a fire.

Lone Wolves (2016)

After an apocalypse Pvt. James Conroy is the last survivor on Earth. He lives outside the ruins of a city, in a safe compound underneath a radio tower. Between the radiation and the mutant creatures, his life is a battle for survival. Meanwhile astronaut Garry Freeman is marooned in space, unable to contact anyone on Earth, and quickly running low on oxygen. On patrol Conroy finds a satellite phone. Garry hears him and together they hatch a dangerous plan to reach out to other survivors.

REW FFWD (1994)

While on assignment in Jamaica, a young photographer runs the gamut from culture shock to fascination.

The Ataxian (2016)

The Ataxian is a documentary that tells the life story of Kyle Bryant, a sufferer of Friedreich’s ataxia. The film held its world premiere at the Dances With Films Festival on June 6, 2015, where it won the Audience Award for Documentary Features.

Keep Quiet (2016)

An anti-Semitic far-right politician's astonishing transformation after finding out he is Jewish.

Christmas with Cookie (2016)

In the distant future, global warming has turned the North Pole into a barren desert. Santa and Mrs. Claus battle skeletons, aliens and the abominable snowman in the unforgiving wastes.

The New Man (2016)

Filmmaker Josh Appignanesi turns the camera on himself and his wife as they undergo the ordeal of becoming parents.

Apple of My Eye (2017)

Bailey (Avery Arendes) is a talented young teenager who tragically loses her sight in a horse riding accident. Her devoted parents, Caroline (Amy Smart) and Jason (Liam McIntyre) do everything possible to help her adjust, but she's unable to connect to anyone or anything. That is, until she meets Charlie (Burt Reynolds), a Guide Dog Trainer who introduces her to Apple, an affectionate miniature horse, who becomes her new eyes - and new best friend - in this inspiration film for the whole family.

LoveTrue (2017)

Three real-life relationships unfold in distinct corners of the country.

Papusza (2013)

The rise and fall of the most distinguished Polish-Gypsy poetess Bronislawa Wajs, widely known as Papusza.

Cowboys (2013)

Cowboys is a 2013 Croatian comedy film directed by Tomislav Mršić. It was selected as the Croatian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards, but was not nominated.

Kodi (2016)

Kodi is a 2016 Indian Tamil-language political action thriller film written and directed by R. S. Durai Senthilkumar and produced by Vetrimaaran under his banner Grass Root Film Company. The film stars Dhanush, Trisha Krishnan and Anupama Parameswaran along with S. A. Chandrasekhar and Saranya Ponvannan. Dhanush, who produced R. S. Durai Senthilkumar's previous two films, Ethir Neechal and Kakki Sattai, played dual roles for the first time. The film's music and background score were composed by Santhosh Narayanan, the cinematography is performed by Venkatesh S. The film was simultaneously dubbed in Telugu as Dharmayogi, which released one day after the Tamil version. Upon release the film opened to positive reviews from critics praising Dhanush's performance. The film was remade in Kannada as Dhwaja in 2018.

Downsizing (2017)

Downsizing is an upcoming American science fiction comedy-drama film written and directed by Alexander Payne and co-written by Jim Taylor. The film stars Matt Damon, Kristen Wiig, Christoph Waltz, Alec Baldwin, Neil Patrick Harris, and Jason Sudeikis. Principal photography on the film began on April 1, 2016 in Ontario, Canada. Paramount Pictures will release the film on December 22, 2017.

Chaar Sahibzaade 2: Rise of Banda Singh Bahadur (2016)

Chaar Sahibzaade 2: Rise of Banda Singh Bahadur is 2016 Punjabi 3D animated film, directed and produced by Harry Baweja. It is a sequel to the 2014 film Chaar Sahibzaade. The film was released on 11 November 2016.

The Son of Joseph (2016)

Vincent, a teenager, was raised with love by his mother, Mary, but she always refused to reveal the name of his father. Vincent discovers that he is a selfish and cynical Parisian publisher, Oscar Pormenor. The young man is developing a project for revenge, but his meeting with Joseph will change his life.

Tombstone-Rashomon (2017)

Tombstone Rashomon is a 2017 Western film directed by Alex Cox and starring Adam Newberry and Eric Schumacher. It tells the story of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona Territory from multiple differing perspectives in the style of Akira Kurosawa's 1950 film Rashomon.

Tarzan and the Golden Lion (1927)

Tarzan and the Golden Lion is a 1927 American Tarzan film directed by J. P. McGowan based on the 1923 novel of the same name written by Edgar Rice Burroughs. It stars James Pierce as Tarzan, Frederick Peters as Esteban Miranda, Dorothy Dunbar as Jane, and Edna Murphy as Betty Greystoke. It also stars Boris Karloff as Owaza, a tribesman. The film was distributed by the Film Booking Offices of America.

The Shelter (2015)

On a star-filled night, widower and homeless man Thomas Jacobs (Michael Paré) finds shelter for the night when he stumbles across a vast two-story house with the lights on and an inviting open front door. He strolls in, thinking he just caught a lucky break, and it would appear for a while as though he did. Soon enough, Thomas realizes that the house won't let him leave, as all of its doors are locked and its windows cannot be opened or broken.

L'Engrenage (1919)

People have to overcome their weaknesses to face reality.

Persona Non Grata (2015)

Persona Non Grata is a 2015 Japanese biographical drama film directed by Cellin Gluck. It depicts the life of Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara who was appointed a vice-consul and later a consul in Lithuania and served there from 1939 to 1940 and who saved lives of some 6,000 Jewish refugees by issuing transit visas to the Japanese Empire.

Mifune: The Last Samurai (2016)

Mifune: The Last Samurai, also known as Mifune, is a 2015 biographical documentary directed by Steven Okazaki. It chronicles the life of Toshiro Mifune, a Japanese actor and international star most noted for playing samurai characters in films by Akira Kurosawa.

The Hotel Dieu (2016)

A teenager's life is changed after she loses her sight in a car accident.

The Comedian (2016)

An aging comic icon, Jackie (Robert De Niro), has seen better days. Despite his efforts to reinvent himself and his comic genius, the audience only wants to know him as the former television character he once played. Already a strain on his younger brother (Danny DeVito) and his sister-in-law (Patti LuPone), Jackie is forced to serve out a sentence doing community service for accosting an audience member. While there, he meets Harmony (Leslie Mann), the daughter of a sleazy Florida real estate mogul (Harvey Keitel), and the two find inspiration in one another, resulting in surprising consequences.

Drifter (2016)

A pair of outlaw brothers seek temporary refuge in a desolate town inhabited by a small family of psychotic cannibalistic lunatics.