Mumbai Salsa (2007)

Mumbai Salsa is a 2007 Bollywood film directed by Manoj Tyagi.

Beyond The Steppes (2010)

During World War II, a Polish woman (Agnieszka Grochowska) and her infant son try to survive inside a Russian labor camp.

Offensive Behaviour (2004)

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Westray (2001)

Filmmaker Paul Cowan documents a mining disaster in Nova Scotia that killed 26 people.

Mystery Woman: Redemption (2006)

An amateur sleuth (Kellie Martin) searches for clues in the murder of a visitor at a bookstore.

You Can't Do That! The Making of 'A Hard Day's Night' (1995)

The people behind the Beatles music video "A Hard Day's Night" describe its creation.

Late Rounders (2011)

Many graduating seniors who played football in college face an uphill battle as they try to win a slot on an NFL team.

The Silent Call (1961)

The Silent Call is a 1961 American drama film directed by John A. Bushelman and written by Tom Maruzzi. The film stars Gail Russell (in her final role), David McLean, Roger Mobley, Roscoe Ates, Milton Parsons and Dal McKennon.It was released in May 1961, by 20th Century Fox.

Not in Tel Aviv (2012)

A repressed high school teacher loses his job and his sanity.

Amazon (1997)

Amazon is a 1997 American short documentary film directed by Kieth Merrill. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short. The film features ethnobiologist Mark Plotkin, who discusses the role of rainforest conservation and the benefits of investigating it further in the interest of medical and scientific knowledge.

The False Madonna (1931)

The False Madonna is a 1931 American drama film directed by Stuart Walker and written by May Edginton, Ray Harris and Arthur Kober. The film stars Kay Francis, William "Stage" Boyd, Conway Tearle, John Breeden, Marjorie Gateson and Charles D. Brown. The film was released on December 5, 1931, by Paramount Pictures.

A Different Path (2010)

A sidewalk activist and others struggle to make their way through the urban environment.

Lost and Sound (2012)

One in seven individuals will experience some kind of deafness in their lifetime; journey deep into sound and silence to re-discover music after deafness.

Fangs of the Arctic (1953)

Fangs of the Arctic is a 1953 American western film directed by Rex Bailey and starring Kirby Grant, Lorna Hanson and Warren Douglas. The film was part of the series of ten films featuring Kirby Grant as a Canadian Mountie.

2012: Mayan Prophecy and the Shift of the Ages (2009)

An investigation of the doomsday prophecy and the predicted beginning of a new historical cycle.

Miss Julie (1972)

A noblewoman's (Olimpia Marmoross) longstanding flirtation with her handsome servant (Marco Bonini) erupts into full-blown passion.

Puzzle (2006)

Puzzle is a 2006 South Korean film, the feature directorial debut of Kim Tae-kyung. A group of crooks are summoned together by an unknown master planner to carry out a bank robbery, but then it goes fatefully wrong.

Marwencol (2010)

Marwencol (also known as Village of the Dolls in the UK) is a 2010 American documentary film that explores the life and work of artist and photographer Mark Hogancamp. It is the debut feature of director-editor Jeff Malmberg.

Inventory (2011)

Slackers are hired to count furniture in a discount store.

Rajaji (1999)

Rajaji is a 1999 Bollywood comedy film produced and directed by Vimal Kumar and starring Govinda and Raveena Tandon. The film is the number 38 grosser of the year amongst Hindi films. The film is a rough remake of the 1982 Rakesh Roshan film Kaamchor.

Babylon (2012)

Filmmakers document the construction, operation and dismantling of a massive refugee camp at a border checkpoint in Tunisia.

The Phantom Of The Open Hearth (1976)

Ralph (David Elliott) needs a date for the junior prom and has his eye on the gorgeous Daphne Bigelow (Tobi Pilavin). Alas, such bliss does not come to pass, and instead he finds himself asking the plain Wanda Hickey (Roberta Wallach). As the prom looms on the horizon, a series of farcical events disrupt Ralph's existence, among them his "old man" (James Broderick) winning a risque table lamp, a church softball game that gets violent and a near-revolution at the local movie house.

The Next One (1984)

An astronaut's widow (Adrienne Barbeau) and her young son (Jeremy Licht) meet a stranger (Keir Dullea) from the future on a Greek island.

Cycle of Fear: There Is No End (2008)

Tabetha is the only survivor of a group of teens and she has no memory of what happened.

Louis Sullivan: the Struggle for American Architecture (2010)

The life and legacy of artist Louis H. Sullivan.

Fish Meat (2012)

Fish Meat is a 2012 documentary by Fish Navy Films that analyzes and questions current fish farming practices. It was an official selection at the Blue Ocean Film Festival, Idyllwild Film Festival, San Francisco Ocean Film Festival, Catalina Film Festival and. It has also screened around the country, including at the University of Colorado and at University of Massachusetts Amherst. The documentary examines different methods used in modern aquaculture from Atlantic bluefin tuna ocean pens, to trout closed system farms, to old fashioned carp farms and concludes that the fish from lower in the food chain is better for sustainable aquaculture.

Dancers in the Dark (1932)

Dancers in the Dark is a 1932 American pre-Code film about a taxi dancer (Miriam Hopkins), a big band leader (Jack Oakie), and a gangster (George Raft). The screenplay was written by Herman J. Mankiewicz (Citizen Kane), Brian Marlow and Howard Emmett Rogers from Jazz King, a stage drama by James Ashmore Creelman, and directed by David Burton.

Dream Trap (1990)

Sexual daydreams link the lives of a nerdy guy (Sasha Jenson) and a beauty (Kristy Swanson) he befriends, and her roommate (Jeanie Moore).

Buckaroo: The Movie (2005)

After gang member Jerome (Simon Baker) is sent to work on a farm, he discovers that he needs to find a new direction in life.

Blue Money (1985)

Larry Gormley is a cab driver with dreams of stardom and on one special day, fate steps in. A passenger leaves a large quantity of banknotes in the back of his cab and Larry decides to take the money and run away. His action propels him on a helter-skelter journey of bizarre and hilarious encounters, backed by a fine selection of songs.

The Graveyard Story (1991)

An old doctor (John Ireland) finds a kidnapped girl's gravesite; a detective and a newswoman find out more.

Dear Summer Sister (1972)

A teenager searches for an Okinawan youth who might be her half-brother.

Gene-Fusion (2011)

In the year 2310, specially trained athletes become pawns in an alien conspiracy to take over the world.

Ivan Vasilievich: Back To The Future (1973)

Ivan Vasilievich Changes Profession (Russian: Иван Васильевич меняет профессию, translit. Ivan Vasilyevich menyayet professiyu) is a Soviet comic science fiction film directed by Leonid Gaidai in 1973. In the United States the film has sometimes been sold under the title Ivan Vasilievich: Back to the Future. This film is based on the play Ivan Vasilievich by Mikhail Bulgakov and was one of the most attended movies in the Soviet Union in 1973 with more than 60 million tickets sold.

The Land That Time Forgot (2009)

A modern adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs' novel about the survivors of a ship wreck on an island of dinosaurs.

Tou shen gu zu (1992)

A martial arts master and his two unusual daughters steal from the rich to give to the poor.

The Investigator (1997)

A military policewoman's (Helen Baxendale) assignment is to find and remove all lesbians from the British army.

East of Sumatra (1953)

East of Sumatra is a 1953 Technicolor Universal-International adventure film directed by Budd Boetticher and starring Jeff Chandler and Anthony Quinn.

Hot Ice (1955)

Hot Ice is the 165th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1955 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Gamera vs. Viras (1968)

Gamera vs. Viras (ガメラ対宇宙怪獣バイラス, Gamera tai uchū kaijū Bairasu, Gamera Vs. Space Monster Viras, released in the U.S. as Destroy All Planets) is the fourth entry in the Gamera film series.

Quiet Weekend (1946)

The ordinary and extraordinary adventures of a British family and their various guests during a weekend in their country cottage : the son and his socialite flirt hated by his adoring cousin, the local magistrate having a salmon poaching night, and so on.

My Pink Shirt (2007)

After her mother contracts the AIDS virus, a 15-year-old (Milly Crnogorac) must work as a prostitute to survive.

Summer Time Machine Blues (2005)

Summer Time Machine Blues is a 2005 Japanese film directed by Katsuyuki Motohiro. The film stars Eita as a member of a university science-fiction club, and Juri Ueno and Yoko Maki as part of the neighboring photography club.

Feuille (2004)

The romantic relationship of a Chinese artist and French photographer meets with disapproval from their families, friends and society.

In the Hour of Victory (2012)

The discovery of a long-lost bundle of letters reveals the story of an Allied soldier who died on the battlefields of World War II.

Steppin' in Society (1945)

Steppin' in Society is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Alexander Esway and written by Bradford Ropes. The film stars Edward Everett Horton, Gladys George, Ruth Terry, Robert Livingston, Jack La Rue and Lola Lane. The film was released on July 9, 1945, by Republic Pictures.

Sasek a královna (1988)

The Jester and the Queen is a 1987 Czechoslovak comedy film directed by Věra Chytilová.

Udhar Ka Sindur (1976)

Udhar Ka Sindur is a 1976 Bollywood drama film, produced by L. V. Prasad under the Prasad Productions Pvt. Ltd. banner, directed by Chander Vohra. The film stars Jeetendra, Reena Roy, Asha Parekh in the pivotal roles and music composed by Rajesh Roshan. The film was a hit. The film is a remake of the Telugu movie Manushullo Devudu (1974), starring N.T. Rama Rao, Vanisri in the lead roles. Asha Parekh received a Filmfare nomination for Best Supporting Actress, the only nomination for the film.

The Singing Outlaw (1938)

The Singing Outlaw is a 1938 "B" movie directed by Joseph H. Lewis and starring Bob Baker as a singing cowboy.

The Bench (2000)

The Bench (Danish: Bænken) is a 2000 Danish drama film directed by Per Fly.

Stick To Your Guns (1941)

Stick to Your Guns is a 1941 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by J. Benton Cheney. The film stars William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Brad King, Jennifer Holt, Dick Curtis, Weldon Heyburn and Henry Hall. The film was released on September 17, 1941, by Paramount Pictures.

The Idle Class (1921)

The Idle Class is a 1921 American silent comedy film written and directed by Charlie Chaplin for First National Pictures.

Villa tranquila (2007)

A man experiences the everyday struggles of life when he becomes stuck in an unfamiliar environment.

Hiroshima (2009)

A young Uruguayan man has trouble communicating and interacts with the world through his music.

Yat boon man wah chong tin ngai (1990)

My Hero is a 1990 Hong Kong crime action comedy film directed by Bryan Leung, who also served as action director and acts in a supporting role in the film. The film stars Stephen Chow, Ann Bridgewater and Wilson Lam.

At The End Of Daybreak (2009)

At the End of Daybreak (Shah Mo) (心魔) is a Malaysian movie. It was released November 5, 2009. It was directed and written by YuHang Ho and has runtime of 94 minutes.

On Our Merry Way (1948)

On Our Merry Way is a 1948 American comedy film produced by Benedict Bogeaus and Burgess Meredith and released by United Artists. At the time of its release, King Vidor and Leslie Fenton were credited with its direction, although the DVD lists John Huston and George Stevens, who assisted with one of the segments, as well. The screenplay by Laurence Stallings and Lou Breslow, based on an original story by Arch Oboler, is similar in style to that of Tales of Manhattan (1942), another anthology film made up of several vignettes linked by a single theme. The picture stars Paulette Goddard, Burgess Meredith, James Stewart, Henry Fonda, Harry James, Dorothy Lamour, Victor Moore and Fred MacMurray. marks the first joint movie appearance of Stewart and Fonda, who play a pair of musicians in their section of the film.

Sam & Janet (2002)

Still bitter about relationships after his divorce, high school counselor Sam (Ryan Brown) has no plans to get seriously involved with the opposite sex anytime soon. But, when he meets the vivacious Janet (Jennifer Ferguson), a music producer, they become fast friends. Sam, though, can't commit to a new relationship. And Janet's past is not entirely free of negativity, either. Her estranged husband, Steven (Shawn Jefferson), wants her back and Sam out of the way, possibly for good.

Somewhere Between (2012)

Filmmaker Linda Goldstein Knowlton chronicles the experiences of four Chinese girls who were adopted by American families.

America Is Hard to See (1970)

Emile de Antonio's controversial portrait of the political, social and emotional events that shaped the year 1968.

Lily (2013)

As she wanders the streets of New York, a cancer survivor (Amy Grantham) re-evaluates a relationship with an older lover and confronts her feelings about her long-absent father.

High Explosive (1943)

High Explosive is a 1943 American drama film directed by Frank McDonald and written by Maxwell Shane and Howard J. Green. The film stars Chester Morris, Jean Parker, Barry Sullivan, Ralph Sanford, Rand Brooks and Dick Purcell. The film was released on March 27, 1943, by Paramount Pictures.

Queen to Play (2009)

Oscar winner Kevin Kline ( A Fish Called Wanda ) and the luminous Sandrine Bonnaire ( Vagabond , La Cérémonie ) square off in this stylish and sophisticated dramedy of newfound passions and mid-life triumphs, set on the postcard-perfect isle of Corsica. Lovely, repressed and quietly intelligent, French chambermaid Hélène (Bonnaire) comes upon a couple ( The L Word ’s Jennifer Beals and Marie Antoinette ’s Dominic Gould) engaging in an intense chess match, and discovers she has a knack for the game. This obsession—much to the chagrin of her husband and teenaged daughter—leads her to seek the clandestine tutelage of a reclusive American doctor (Kline, in his first French-speaking role)—a liaison that radically transforms both of their lackluster lives. Based on Bertina Henrichs’ acclaimed novel La Joueuse d’echec ( The Chess Player ), Queen to Play is the auspicious feature film debut of French director and screenwriter Caroline Bottaro. Winner of the Bill Muller Excellence in Screenwriting Award at the 2011 Sedona International Film Festival.

Keep Smiling (2013)

A mischievous young girl visits Hollywood and sets the movie capital on its ear.

Bowling (2012)

Four women team up to stop the local maternity ward from closing.

Ornaments (2008)

A holiday celebration among friends goes terribly wrong.

Gemini Affair (1975)

Two aspiring actresses find their dreams of stardom shattered on the streets of Hollywood.

Fraternity Massacre at Hell Island (2007)

The pledges of Zeta Alpha Rho fraternity are left on an island with a killer clown.

Sibérie (2012)

A couple uses two cameras to capture their feelings on board the Trans-Siberian Express.

Stray Cats (2005)

Hopeless romantics Boyet and Martha cope with difficult relationships.

Dead Pet (1999)

A college student (Kevin Cotteleer) returns home and discovers that his parents have spent the rest of his tuition money on veterinary care for their poodle.

Dear Jesse (1997)

Dear Jesse is a 1998 American documentary film by Tim Kirkman that was released theatrically by Cowboy Pictures in 1998. Using a first-person narrative style in the form of a "letter" to Senator Jesse Helms (R-NC), the filmmaker explores the parallels and differences between himself — an openly gay man — and the staunchly anti-gay rights public servant. The film also features interviews with Helms' foes and fans, community activists, novelists Lee Smith and Allan Gurganus, openly gay Carrboro mayor Mike Nelson, and people in the street, including a brief interview with Matthew Shepard, then a student at Catawba College.

Deep Evil (2004)

Deep Evil is a 2004 American film.

A Woman's Tale (1991)

Martha, a modern, spirited 80 year old woman offers her love and wisdom to all who are willing to listen to her.

Manna From Heaven (2002)

Manna from Heaven is a 2002 film written by Gabrielle B. Burton and co-directed by her daughters Gabrielle C. Burton and Maria Burton. The film won awards at four film festivals. It was actor Jerry Orbach's final film before his death from prostate cancer in 2004 and Shelley Duvall's final film before her retirement from acting in 2002.

White King, Red Queen (Russians) (1993)

White King, Red Queen is a Russian film. The composer Isaak Schwarz won a Nika Award from the Russian Academy of Cinema Arts and Sciences for the film's music.

Siblings (2001)

A group of half-sisters and stepbrothers plot their cruel stepparents' deaths, then try to deal with the aftermath of the crime. Eldest brother Pete (Alex Campbell) takes charge, making moves to get his hands on the family inheritance and watching over his siblings, including boy-crazy teen Margaret (Sarah Gadon) and two mischievous youngsters. While trying to stash the dead bodies and keep the family together, Pete also begins eyeing pretty neighbor Tabby (Sarah Polley).

The War Symphonies: Shostakovich Against Stalin (1997)

The War Symphonies: Shostakovich Against Stalin is a 1997 documentary film about Soviet composer Dmitri Shostakovich. It focuses on the period between 1936 and 1945, during which Shostakovich composed his Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth Symphonies, but also briefly discusses other works in the composer's oeuvre, such as his Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District.

Eleanor, First Lady of the World (1982)

Jean Stapleton was nominated for an Emmy® (1982, Outstanding Lead Actress In a Limited Series or a Special) for her portrayal of Eleanor Roosevelt in this made-for-TV biography, first telecast May 12, 1982. The film picks up Mrs. Roosevelt's storied life after the 1945 death of her husband, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. At the request of new president Truman, Eleanor serves as a United Nations delegate, spending much of her time tilting with dedicated anti-FDR politico John Foster Dulles (E.G. Marshall). She goes on to spearhead the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, proving to Dulles — and to the Soviet delegate (Freddie Jones) — that she's anything but soft on Communism. Newly remastered.

Playing for Change (2003)

Music producer Mark Johnson, founder of the global music education initiative Playing for Change Foundation, examines the passions that drive some musicians to take to the streets with their art. Drawing on interviews with and footage of a diverse range of musical talents from Los Angeles, New Orleans and New York City, Johnson celebrates the unbridled yearning to create and perform that is common to these performers, who span all musical styles and walks of life.

Tokyo Rose (1946)

Tokyo Rose is a 1946 American drama film written and directed by Lew Landers. The film stars Byron Barr, Osa Massen, Donald Douglas, Richard Loo, Keye Luke and Grace Lem. The film was released on February 8, 1946, by Paramount Pictures.

Restrisiko (2011)

A meltdown at a nuclear power plant leads to widespread panic.

Nagin (1976)

Nagin is a 1976 Bollywood horror fantasy thriller film, produced and directed by Rajkumar Kohli under the Shankar Movies banner. It features a huge ensemble cast including Sunil Dutt, Reena Roy, Jeetendra, Feroz Khan, Sanjay Khan, Vinod Mehra, Rekha, Yogeeta Bali, Mumtaz, Kabir Bedi in the lead roles and music composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal. The film was a Blockbuster at the box office. Following the success of the film, the lead actress Reena Roy received widespread attention and popularity. # 3 At Box-Office collection list.

Surrender (2003)

Na�ve newcomer, Georgia, is thrust into the intoxicating life of her charismatic lesbian housemate. Salene is a struggling writer trying to escape a haunted past by submerging herself into research about S/M. As their mutual attraction ignites, Georgia joins Salene in a tour of the S/M underground scene. When a murder occurs in an underground club, Salene is the prime suspect. While the shock of the murder, accusation brings Salene back to the mainstream, roles are reversed and Georgia takes in the role of the dominatrix. The two embark on an underground journey of whippings, submission and hot lesbian sex at bath time.

Little Alien (2009)

Teenagers flee crisis areas and move to Europe where they struggle to live normal lives.

First Love, Last Rites (1998)

First Love, Last Rites is a 1997 American romantic drama film directed by Jesse Peretz and starring Natasha Gregson Wagner and Giovanni Ribisi. It is based on the short story of the same name by Ian McEwan.

Home To Danger (1951)

Home to Danger is a 1951 British crime film directed by Terence Fisher starring Guy Rolfe, Rona Anderson and Stanley Baker. It was made at the Riverside Studios in Hammersmith as a supporting feature.

The Malibu Beach Vampires (1991)

Women inject a congressman, a military man and a preacher with a truth serum in order to reveal their mistresses.

I Stand Condemned (1935)

This film is not to be confused with the very popular Russian Song Moscow Nights Moscow Nights (released as I Stand Condemned in the United States) is a 1935 British drama film directed by Anthony Asquith and starring Laurence Olivier, Penelope Dudley-Ward and Harry Baur. The screenplay concerns a wounded officer who falls in love with his nurse.

Some May Live (1967)

Some May Live is a 1967 British war film directed by Vernon Sewell and starring Peter Cushing, Joseph Cotten and Martha Hyer. It is also known as In Saigon Some May Live. During the Vietnam War, a security leak in Saigon has to be plugged, when U.S. decoder Kate Meredith is faced with the dilemma of her husband pressuring her to give him information.

Hour Of The Assassin (1987)

Hour of the Assassin (also known as Spanish: A merénylet órája, Spanish: Misión en los Andes) is a 1987 action–drama film starring Erik Estrada, Robert Vaughn, Alfredo Álvarez Calderón, Orlando Sacha, Reynaldo Arenas, and Lourdes Berninzon. The film was directed by Luis Llosa Urquidi and written by Matt Leipzig. Hour of the Assassin was executive produced by Roger Corman.

Rasa Yatra (2012)

A meditative journey reaches from the Himalayas into Vrindavana.

Arctic Flight (1952)

Arctic Flight is a 78-minute 1952 drama film , directed by Lew Landers and produced by Monogram Pictures. The film stars Wayne Morris, Alan Hale Jr. and Lola Albright. Arctic Flight depicts bush pilot flying in the Arctic on the edge of the International Date Line, involving Soviet intrigue.

Storm Over Bengal (1938)

Storm Over Bengal is a 1938 adventure film that was nominated at the 11th Academy Awards for Best Score, the nomination was for Cy Feuer. Set during the British Raj, the film's working title was Bengal Lancer Patrol. The film was shot in Owens Valley, California. The film stars Patric Knowles in his first film after leaving Warner Bros. as well as Richard Cromwell and Douglass Dumbrille who played similar roles in Lives of a Bengal Lancer.

Occupy Love (2013)

Occupy Love is a 2012 documentary film about the Occupy movement directed by Velcrow Ripper. The film premiered at the 2012 Vancouver International Film Festival.

The Peachy Cobbler (1950)

A poor cobbler feeds his last crust of bread to some birds that are really elves, who show their gratitude by finishing all his work while he sleeps and giving 'Tex Avery' a chance to show off lots of shoe gags.

The Blue Angel (1959)

The Blue Angel is a 1959 American drama film in CinemaScope directed by Edward Dmytryk. The film is a remake of Josef von Sternberg's 1930 film The Blue Angel about cabaret singer Lola-Lola (Marlene Dietrich) and the troubled, aged Professor Rath (Emil Jannings), who falls for her much to his own detriment.

Penthouse Rhythm (1945)

Penthouse Rhythm is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Edward F. Cline and written by Stanley Roberts and Howard Dimsdale. The film stars Kirby Grant, Lois Collier, Edward Norris, Maxie Rosenbloom, Eric Blore, Minna Gombell and Edward Brophy. The film was released on June 22, 1945, by Universal Pictures.

Esther and the King (1960)

Ester e il re (English Translation: Esther and the King) is a 1960 Italian / American international co-production religious epic film directed (with Mario Bava, the film's director of photography, who was credited as a co-director on Italian prints of the film), written, and produced by Raoul Walsh. It was made in Cinemascope and DeLuxe Color, and produced at 20th Century Fox/ Raoul Walsh Productions, and was released by 20th Century Fox. Joan Collins stars as Esther. Based on the Old Testament, this epic recreates the Book of Esther, the tale that is the basis for the Jewish celebration of Purim.

The Institute (2013)

The Institute is a 2013 documentary film directed by Spencer McCall reconstructing the story of the "Jejune Institute", an alternate reality game set in San Francisco, through interviews with the participants and the creators. The game was produced in 2008 by Oakland-based artist Jeff Hull. Over the course of three years, it enrolled more than 10,000 players who, responding to eccentric flyers plastered all over the city, started the game by receiving their "induction" at the fake headquarters of the Institute, located in an office building in San Francisco's Financial District.