Susie's Hope (2013)
Donna Lawrence, the survivor of a pit bull attack, adopts a pit bull mix puppy that was beaten, set afire and left for dead. Together, they learn to love and forgive as they seek justice and protection for all animals.
Up Goes Maisie (1946)
Up Goes Maisie is a 1946 American comedy film produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as the ninth of ten films starring Ann Sothern as ex-showgirl Maisie Ravier. In this series entry, Maisie goes to work for an inventor played by George Murphy.
Hunter: Back in Force (2003)
Working with McCall (Stepfanie Kramer) on an investigation leads Hunter (Fred Dryer) to a parolee who seeks revenge against him.
Remembrance Of Love (1982)
Remembrance of Love is a 1982 war film directed by Jack Smight and starring Kirk Douglas. It is set in Poland during the Second World War.
They Met in a Taxi (1936)
They Met in a Taxi is a 1936 American comedy film directed by Alfred E. Green and starring Chester Morris, Fay Wray and Raymond Walburn.
The Complexity of Happiness (2015)
The Complexity of Happiness (Italian: La felicità è un sistema complesso Italian pronunciation: [la felitʃiˈta ɛ un siˈstɛːma comˈplɛsso]) is a 2015 comedy film written and directed by Gianni Zanasi and starring Valerio Mastandrea and Giuseppe Battiston. It premiered at the 2015 Turin Film Festival.
Savage Justice (1988)
Savage Justice is a 1988 action film directed by Joey Romero and starring Julia Montgomery and Ruel Vernal. It was shot in the Philippines.
Kelly travels to Little Hope with her camerawoman to gather market research.
Cole Justice (1989)
An Oklahoma schoolteacher (Carl Bartholomew) becomes a Western avenger dubbed "Killer Cowboy" by the press.
In the Dark (2006)
A Hollywood messenger has to choose between friendship and retribution on his racist employers.
Autograph is a 2004 Tamil film written, produced and directed by Cheran. The film's soundtrack is composed by Bharathwaj. Cheran also plays the lead role in the film for first time, and other cast members include Gopika, Sneha and Mallika while Kanika made a Special appearance.
The film was released in India in February 2004, and was screened at the Lyon Asian Film Festival in France and at the Montreal World Film Festival in Canada. Upon release, the film met with critical acclaim and commercial success. Although a sequel to the film titled Autograph 2 was announced, it never materialised. The film, loosely based on the 1985 movie Beyond the Clouds, was remade in Telugu as Naa Autograph, in Kannada as My Autograph and in Bengali as Amar Aponjon.
Urchin is a 2007 film about a homeless boy living in a New York City underground mole people community called Scum-City.
The Blonde Bandit (1950)
The Blonde Bandit is a 1950 American crime film directed by Harry Keller and written by John K. Butler. The film stars Gerald Mohr, Dorothy Patrick, Robert Rockwell, Charles Cane, Larry J. Blake and Argentina Brunetti. The film was released on January 11, 1950, by Republic Pictures.
Oliver Twist (1982)
Academy Award-winning writer James Goldman gives the immortal character of Dickens’ Oliver Twist a new dimension of realism in this outstanding adaptation. The story of an orphan boy in Victorian London, the film stars GEORGE C. SCOTT, TIM CURRY, CHERIE LUNGHI, TIMOTHY WEST and EILEEN ATKINS.
Phase 7 (2011)
Phase 7 (Spanish: Fase 7) is a 2010 Argentine science fiction black comedy film written and directed by Nicolas Goldbart and starring Daniel Hendler, Yayo Guridi, Jazmín Stuart and Federico Luppi.
The Golden Chance (1915)
The Golden Chance is a 1915 American drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. A print of the film survives at George Eastman House. DeMille remade the film in 1921 as Forbidden Fruit.
Pecado de amor (1961)
Pecado de amor is a 1961 Argentine film.
A Desperate Adventure (1938)
A Desperate Adventure is a 1938 American comedy film directed by John H. Auer and written by Barry Trivers. The film stars Ramon Novarro, Marian Marsh, Eric Blore, Andrew Tombes, Margaret Tallichet and Tom Rutherford. The film was released on August 6, 1938, by Republic Pictures.
Hitting The Cycle (2012)
Hitting the Cycle is a 2012 American sports drama film written by, co-directed by and starring J. Richey Nash.
Roll, Thunder, Roll! (1949)
Red Ryder (Jim Bannon) and Little Beaver (Don Kay Reynolds) help a Mexican Robin Hood framed by raiders.
Film Without a Name (1948)
Film Without a Title (German: Film ohne Titel) is a 1948 German comedy film directed by Rudolf Jugert and starring Hans Söhnker, Hildegard Knef and Irene von Meyendorff. It was made by Bavaria Film at the Emelka Studios in the American Zone of Occupation.
The Penthouse (2010)
The Penthouse is a sex comedy film starring Rider Strong, Corey Large, April Scott, James DeBello, Kaley Cuoco, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Jon Abrahams, and Mýa, the film was co-written and directed by Chris Levitus and released to DVD March 2, 2010.
Sorelle Mai (2011)
Filmmakers document a family over a 10-year period.
They say the only thing you can depend upon in life is death. Charles Jackson is about to find out that isn't true. Dying is a tricky process and mistakes get made. A morning apparently like all the others...Charles wakes up. But, nobody seems to see him, not even his own wife...Charles is dead but his spirit still roams on Earth. What is a ghost but a mistake of death, an unclaimed soul forgotten by God? Now his only hope to get to heaven is the mysterious Carol Miller, a Dark Hunter, whose job it is to return those souls to death before others find them, for a soul is a valuable commodity and there are those who do not serve God but a darker master, who would eagerly exploit this. Charles's mission is to save the roaming spirits from the evil forces. A battle between Good and Evil begins... Darkhunters creates a world of demons and angels that will take you beyond your imagination.
A Life Without Pain (2005)
A Life Without Pain is a 2005 documentary film by Melody Gilbert about children who can't feel pain.
Red Team (1999)
The Crimson Code, also known as Red Team, is a 1999 crime thriller film starring Patrick Muldoon, C. Thomas Howell, Cathy Moriarty, Tim Thomerson and Fred Ward.
The Young Believers (2012)
Four teens (Brandon Vielkind, Eryn Moore, Ryan N. Taylor) make a pact to avoid alcohol, drugs and sex before marriage.
Code 11-14 (2003)
While on a flight with his family, an FBI agent (David James Elliott) realizes that the serial killer he is pursuing is aboard the plane.
Dead at the Box Office (2005)
When a mysterious film is found at a movie theater, the audience of horror movie fanatics is transformed into a mob of mindless zombies.
Fire! is a 1991 Malian drama film directed by Adama Drabo. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1991 Cannes Film Festival.
Wild Heritage (1958)
Wild Heritage is a 1958 CinemaScope Eastmancolor Western film directed by Charles F. Haas starring Will Rogers, Jr., Maureen O'Sullivan, Rod McKuen, Casey Tibbs and Judi Meredith.
Aftermass: Bicycling in a Post-Critical Mass Portland (2013)
Events, people, politics and social changes lead Portland, Ore., to become the first major bicycle city in the United States.
B.F.'s Daughter (1948)
B.F.'s Daughter is a 1948 drama film directed by Robert Z. Leonard and starring Barbara Stanwyck and Van Heflin. It is adapted from John P. Marquand's controversial 1946 novel of the same name, but the movie script softens the controversial elements and is a fairly conventional love story. It was released in the UK as Polly Fulton, because "B.F." is a euphemism for "bloody fool."
Messalina (Italian: Messalina Venere imperatrice) is a 1960 Italian-French peplum film directed by Vittorio Cottafavi.
Frontier Fury (1943)
Frontier Fury is a 1943 American Western directed by William Berke. The Columbia Pictures film is a Charles Starrett Western about corrupt Indian agents in the American West.
All American High Revisited (2014)
The original subjects of "All American High" return to look back at the chapter of their lives made famous in 1984.
Oh, My Girl!: A Laugh Story... (2009)
A man disguises himself as a female assistant in order to win the heart of his childhood sweetheart, now a singing sensation.
My Sweet Satan (1994)
A group of drifting, bored, drug-using teenagers in a small town in Ohio gets involved with a satanic cult.
The Island Monster (1954)
The Island Monster (Italian: Il mostro dell'isola, also known as Island Monster and The Monster of the Island) is a 1954 Italian thriller film directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero.
Twilight of the Yakuza (2013)
The Yakuza are deeply rooted in Japanese society, but they are a dying breed. Known for crimes like extortion and murder, they also hold their own rigorous code of honor.
Comedy of Errorz (2013)
Davon, an aspiring filmmaker, turns to a pimp to help guide him in the right direction after he grows tired of seeing Hollywood's unrealistic urban films.
Three Bullets... for a Long Gun (1971)
A drifter and a Mexican bandit team up to battle bandits and find a fortune in gold.
Of Men and Music (1951)
A host of world-famous musicians are seen in concert and at leisure.
Escape from Devil's Island (1935)
Escape from Devil's Island is a 1935 American adventure film directed by Albert S. Rogell and written by Earle Snell and Fred Niblo Jr.. The film stars Victor Jory, Florence Rice, Norman Foster, Stanley Andrews, Daniel L. Haynes and Herbert Heywood. The film was released on November 24, 1935, by Columbia Pictures.
Taxandria (1994) is a partially animated fantasy film by Raoul Servais, collaborating on a script with Frank Daniel and French writer Alain Robbe-Grillet, and starring, among others, Armin Mueller-Stahl. Being Servais's first and to date only feature film, Taxandria is notable for the use of Servais's distinct animation style, the servaisgraphie, as well as its connection to the Belgian graphic novel series Les Cités Obscures whose creator François Schuiten was the film's production designer.
When the ominous paintings of an obsessed artist begin to manifest themselves in the physical realm, the increasing realism of the bizarre manifestations find the artist and his girlfriend transported to a terrifying South American castle.
Brick and Mortar and Love (2012)
Filmmaker C. Scott Shuffitt examines the fate of independent record stores.
A married woman is torn between fidelity and passion when she falls in love with another man.
Skinwalker: Curse of the Shaman (2005)
A mythology student seeking to produce a documentary about six students who were rumored to have fallen victim to a deadly curse finds that she may have underestimated the power of the supernatural in director Steven Stevens' horrific frightener.
Jeeva is a 2014 Indian Tamil sports drama film written and directed by Suseenthiran, who also produces the film along with cinematographer R. Madhi and art director Rajeevan under the banner of Vennila Kabadi Team. The film features Vishnu and Sri Divya in the lead cast, while Lakshman Narayan plays a supporting role. Its music was composed by D. Imman, cinematography was handled by R. Madhi and editing was by Anthony L. Ruben, while dialogue was written by Santhosh. The film opened to positive reviews from critics in 27 September 2014 and become a successful venture at the box office.
The Big Game (1973)
The Big Game is a 1973 film directed by Robert Day. It stars Stephen Boyd and France Nuyen.
La feldmarescialla (1967)
The Crazy Kids of the War is a 1967 Italian-French musicarello film directed by Steno.
Eating Happiness (2015)
Animal activist Genlin goes to the streets of Vietnam, South Korea, Thailand, and China to expose the dog meat trade.
After his adoptive mother dies, a Canadian man travels to rural India to find his birth mother and discover the truth surrounding his adoption.
Lunacy (Czech: Šílení) is a 2005 Czech film by Jan Švankmajer. The film is loosely based on two short stories, "The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether" and "The Premature Burial", by Edgar Allan Poe. It is also partly inspired by the works of the Marquis de Sade. The film was shot between October 2004 and April 2005, on location in the village of Peruc close to Prague, and in Švankmajer's studio in the village of Knovíz.
Devil's Possessed (1974)
El Mariscal del infierno is a 1974 Argentine film.
Kondaveeti Raja (1986)
Kondaveeti Raja is a 1986 Tollywood film starring Chiranjeevi, Vijayashanti, Radha and Rao Gopal Rao. This film was directed by K. Raghavendra Rao. The film released on 31 January 1986. The film recorded as Hit at the box office.
Warm Spring (2003)
Warm Spring is a 2003 Chinese film produced by Shanxi Film Studio.
Hum Dono (1995)
Hum Dono is a 1995 Indian film starring Rishi Kapoor, Nana Patekar and Pooja Bhatt. It was inspired by the film Planes, Trains and Automobiles, starring Steve Martin and John Candy. But the story really looks to be loosely based on Rain Man, starring Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise. The movie was the only directorial movie for Late actor Shafi Inamdar. The movie was a super hit at the box office. The performances of Rishi Kapoor and Nana Patekar were highly appreciated.
Riding 79 (2014)
In 1979, Migue gets ready to go on the ride of his life to meet his dream girl.
King of the Bandits (1947)
King of the Bandits is a 1947 American western film, directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Gilbert Roland, Angela Greene, and Chris-Pin Martin, and was released on November 8, 1947.
Dirty Shield (2005)
A detective becomes enmeshed in a web of deceit and corruption while investigating the murder of his former partner.
Go For Broke 2 (2005)
What do you do when your friend is held up for ransom? You dress in drag and steal a $20 million dollar diamond. Follow John and Darnell in this wacky adventure as they try to rescue Ramses (Glenn Plummer) from a vengeful correctional officer holding him for ransom. With help from their friend Mouse (Jean Claude LaMarre), they come up with a plan to steal a $20 million diamond from a rich African Prince. Before they know it, John and Darnell are dressed up as women and on a double date with a horny Texas oil tycoon, and the eccentric Prince. But their plans might be sabotaged when two ex-convicts go after the same diamond. It all comes crashing down in one crazy Saturday night.
Marceau (Gildor Roy), a detective straddling the edge of sanity, is being stalked by an anonymous man. While walking through a seemingly abandoned train yard, he has a sudden confrontation with a group of junkies and murders them. As a result, Marceau quits his post. But, while passing by the police academy, he notices Camille (Cline Bonnier), a young female cadet who is having trouble with her weapons training. He agrees to coach her if she helps him track down the ill-intentioned stalker.
Call of the Flesh (1930)
Call of the Flesh is a 1930 American Pre-Code musical film directed by Charles Brabin. The film stars Ramon Novarro, Dorothy Jordan, and Renée Adorée. It featured several songs performed by Novarro and originally included a sequence photographed in Technicolor.
Not That Funny (2012)
A couple struggles with romantic expectations.
1870 (Italian: Correva l'anno di grazia 1870) is a 1971 Italian drama film directed by Alfredo Giannetti.
Munyurangabo is a 2007 film directed by Lee Isaac Chung. Filmed entirely in Rwanda with local actors, it is the first narrative feature film in the Kinyarwanda language. It premiered in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival on 24 May and won the Grand Prize at the 2007 AFI Fest American critic Roger Ebert calls it "in every frame a beautiful and powerful film — a masterpiece."
America's Diplomats (2016)
Narrated by Kathleen Turner, America’s Diplomats goes inside the Foreign Service and behind the scenes of American foreign policy, featuring John Kerry, James Baker, Samantha Power and some of the world’s most renowned diplomats.
Just a Measure of Faith (2014)
Jacob, a husband and good friend, handles life's challenges alone by refusing to allow God to help. His wife Kayla, a strong believer in God, helps overcome their problems while leading him in the direction of faith.
Antisocial 2 (2015)
During the search for her child, Sam is captured and locked up in a facility dedicated to eradicating the Redroom virus. In between torture sessions, Sam tries to escape the facility before the virus fully uploads and unleashes its final attack.
The Young Rajah (1922)
The Young Rajah is a 1922 silent film starring Rudolph Valentino. The film was based on the book Amos Judd by John Ames Mitchell.
Flash and the Firecat (1976)
Two thrill-seekers team up for a high-speed joyride that arouses the attention of an army of police officers.
H-2 Worker (1990)
H-2 Worker is a 1990 documentary film about the exploitation of Jamaican guest workers in Florida's sugar cane industry. It was directed by Stephanie Black, and won the Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize for documentaries in the 1990 festival. It was shot in Belle Glade, Clewiston, and Okeelanta, Florida as well as Jamaica and includes cane fields and worker camps (Ritta Village, Prewitt Village) owned by US Sugar Corporation and the Okeelanta Corporation. The cane harvesters were brought in to perform the autumn harvest of sugar cane under the H-2A Visa program. The Jamaicans replaced earlier generations of Bahamian seasonal workers who in turn replaced migrant labor recruited from the Cotton Belt (region) in the first half of the 20th century. A documentary short that accompanies the DVD version of the film states that human labor was abandoned for mechanical harvesters in 1992. The film features interviews with a United States Department of Labor official, a Florida Sugar Cane League official, Jamaican Prime Minister Michael Manley, local merchants, and a dozen or so field workers. It also includes footage of César Chávez, US Representative Thomas Downey, and US Senator Bill Bradley.
The Turners of Prospect Road (1947)
The Turners of Prospect Road is a 1947 British drama film directed by Maurice J. Wilson and starring Wilfrid Lawson, Helena Pickard and Maureen Glynne. A pet greyhound wins a major race meeting. As of 1996 it was missing from the National Film Archive.
Rattle the Cage (2015)
Rattle the Cage is a 2015 crime thriller film directed and co-written by Majid Al Ansari. It is reportedly the first film of its genre to be produced in the United Arab Emirates.
An Angel for May (2002)
One day, Tom (Matthew Beard) finds a stray dog that leads him to a run-down farm. Suddenly, he is transported back to World War II-era Yorkshire, England. There, he meets Sam (Tom Wilkinson), his daughter Alison (Julie Cox), and May (Charlotte Wakefield), a young orphan traumatized by a German bombing raid. May and Tom become friends, as he works to discover a passage back to his own time. But, when Tom learns May is in danger, he races to find a way to save her.
Life With Alex (2011)
Alex, an African gray parrot, is taught English and communicates his feelings.
Desperate Moment (1953)
Desperate Moment is a 1953 British thriller film directed by Compton Bennett and starring Dirk Bogarde, Mai Zetterling and Philip Friend.
It was made at Pinewood Studios and on location in Germany including scenes shot at Berlin's Brandenburg Gate. The film's sets were designed by the art director Maurice Carter.
The Key (2014)
The Key is a 2014 erotic drama film loosely based on Jun'ichirō Tanizaki's novel by the same name. It was released in the United States on November 21, 2014 and was released on DVD on July 16, 2015. Jack and Ida are a disenchanted married couple whose sexual relationship is told through their very own personal journals.
Dharm is a 2007 Hindi film directed by Bhavna Talwar and starring Pankaj Kapoor and Supriya Pathak in lead roles. This debut film of the director addresses the theme of communal harmony. Most of it is shot in Varanasi.
Cannibal Rollerbabes (1997)
Cannibal Rollerbabes is a 1997 low-budget Canada horror film about cannibalism, directed by Kalman Szegvary. It is set in Los Angeles, although it was filmed in Ontario.
Shadows is a 2007 film by the Academy-award nominated director Milcho Manchevski. Its motto is “Sometimes the Dead Speak Louder Than the Living”. Shadows, a Macedonian-German-Italian-Spanish-Bulgarian co-production was filmed on location in Skopje, Ohrid and several other locations in the Republic of Macedonia.
Hold Back the Night (1956)
Hold Back the Night is a 1956 American war film about the Korean War based on the 1951 novel by Pat Frank, who had been a war correspondent in Korea. The film was directed by Allan Dwan; his third film with John Payne and his third film about the United States Marine Corps. The earlier films about the Marine Corps were Abroad with Two Yanks (1944) and The Sands of Iwo Jima (1949).
Nightmare in the Sun (1965)
Nightmare in the Sun (1965) is a film drama directed by Marc Lawrence, and written by George Fass and Fanya Foss, about a murderous affair.
The Cyberstalking (1999)
A man (Noah Huntley) investigates his sister's disappearance from a club where she was a holographic singer.
Blonde in Black Leather (1975)
Qui comincia l'avventura is a 1975 Italian film. It stars Claudia Cardinale.
Evolution is a 1971 Canadian animated short by Michael Mills, offering a humorous portrayal of evolution. Evolution was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 44th Academy Awards, and received nearly 40 international film awards. A film without words, Evolution was animated, directed, written and produced by Mills during his tenure at the National Film Board of Canada, which began in 1966 and lasted until he formed his own animation company, Michael Mills Productions, in 1974.
The Beat (1988)
The Beat is a film released in the U.S. in 1988.
The Key (2008)
When film students shoot a documentary in a crumbling 100-year-old building, a door is opened to a darker dimension, releasing a lethal demon.
Wheel of Fate (1953)
Wheel of Fate is a 1953 British drama film directed by Francis Searle and starring Patric Doonan, Sandra Dorne and Bryan Forbes. After falling in love with a woman a man turns to crime to raise the money he needs to spend time with her.
A man owns a pharmacy and lives with his mother. He meets a medical student and falls in love with her.
Venus In Furs (1995)
Venus in Furs is a 1995 film by filmmakers and independent art-house Dutch film producers Maartje Seyferth and Victor Nieuwenhuijs and it was their first feature film. The film has been shot on black-and-white 35mm film.
Crimson Nights (1999)
A plague of bloodlust turns New York City into a hedonistic hell when Susan is Infected with a deadly virus and is compelled to spread the bug.
Fang and Claw (1935)
Fang and Claw is a 1935 jungle adventure documentary starring Frank Buck. Buck continues his demonstration of the ingenious methods by which he traps wild birds, mammals and reptiles in Johore.
La marche à suivre (2014)
Guidelines (French: La marche à suivre) is a 2014 Quebec feature-length documentary by Jean-François Caissy about adolescent students at the École Antoine Bernard high school in the rural community of Carleton-sur-Mer, in the Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine region. The film uses a fly on the wall style of documentary storytelling as it chronicles such issues as drug use, bullying and disruptive behaviour, while contrasting school life with the freedom of the outdoors. In conversations between teachers or social workers and students, Caissy often makes use of a fixed camera, so that voices of adult authority are off-screen and unseen.
Caissy has stated that Guidelines is part of a series of films he plans to make on five stages of human life: childhood, adolescence, young adulthood, middle age as well as old age, which was the subject of his 2010 feature documentary La belle visite. Caissy grew up in the Gaspésie region, and was drawn to the Antoine Bernard school because it reminded him of his own experiences as a youth.
The film is produced by the National Film Board of Canada. Its cinematographer is Nicolas Canniccioni. The editor is Mathieu Bouchard-Malo.
Vampire Junction (2001)
When an unsuspecting female doctor arrives in Fallas, N.M., she soon realizes the town is like no other.
Marked Men (1940)
Marked Men is a 1940 American film directed by Sam Newfield (using the pseudonym "Sherman Scott") for Producers Releasing Corporation.
The film is also known as Desert Escape in the USA (TV title).
Two people come together after realizing the truths about life and relationships.
T,O,U,C,H,I,N,G is a 12-minute short film directed by Paul Sharits in 1968. It uses many of the strategies characteristic of the structural film movement, including a static frame, flicker effects, flash frames and continual audio and visual repetition. The audio track consists exclusively of the filmmaker uttering the word "destroy" over and over until the word begins to lose its meaning and creates the impression of different combinations of words being spoken.