Qarib Qarib Singlle (2017)

Jaya and Yogi set out on a short journey to retrace past relationships and end up in the most eventful, strange, crazy trip of their lives. This short journey through Rishikesh, Bikaner and Gangtok with the ups and downs, the missed trains and taxi rides, the heartbreak and the mending of old friendships, the quarrels and self-discovery, sweeps Jaya and Yogi away, and indeed us as well, into a very special and unforgettable experience. Through this journey, you wonder if they fall in love. We really hope so!

Trafficked (2017)

Trafficked is the story of three girls from America, Nigeria and India who are trafficked through an elaborate global network and enslaved in a Texas brothel. The film is the culmination of Kara’s work and is intended to be both a compelling portrayal of the insidious industry that enslaves millions of vulnerable girls worldwide that generates profits of more than a hundred billion dollars a year, as well as a catalyst for more robust initiatives to tackle human trafficking and put an end to slavery and child labor.

Roger (2016)

Stephen arrives home after six months in Mongolia to discover that his best friend has replaced him with a ventriloquist's dummy called Roger.

Without A Trace (1983)

Without a Trace is a 1983 dramatic film. It is based on the novel Still Missing by Beth Gutcheon. The film stars Kate Nelligan, Judd Hirsch, David Dukes and Stockard Channing. The story is partly based on the disappearance of Etan Patz.

Voyage (2013)

Voyage, is a 2013 film by the acclaimed Hong Kong film-maker Scud, the production-crediting name of Danny Cheng Wan-Cheung. It is described as "a tragic story about love, fate and the struggle of losing loved ones", and received its world premiere on 20 October 2013 at the Chicago International Film Festival. It was filmed in Hong Kong, Mongolia, Malaysia, Australia, Germany and Holland, and is the director's first film partially made outside Asia, and also his first to be filmed mostly in the English language. It explores several themes traditionally regarded as 'taboo' in Hong Kong society in an unusually open, convention-defying way, and features full-frontal male nudity in several scenes. It is the fifth of seven publicly released films by Scud. The six other films are: City Without Baseball in 2008, Permanent Residence in 2009, Amphetamine in 2010, Love Actually... Sucks! in 2011, Utopians in 2015 and Thirty Years of Adonis in 2017. His eighth film, Naked Nation, is currently in production.

Tortured for Christ (2018)

The testimony of VOM founder Pastor Richard Wurmbrand.

Veerappan (2016)

Veerappan is a 2016 Indian Hindi-language biographical docudrama written and directed by Ram Gopal Varma. The film is based on the real-life Indian bandit Veerappan and the events leading to Operation Cocoon, a mission to capture and kill him. The film stars Sandeep Bharadwaj, Sachiin J Joshi, Usha Jadhav and Lisa Ray.The film was released on May 27, 2016. Veerappan received positive reviews with critics praising narration, production design, direction and performances of Sandeep Bharadwaj, and Usha Jadav.

Midnight Runners (2017)

Midnight Runners (Hangul: 청년경찰; Hanja: 靑年警察; RR: Chung-nyeon-gyung-chal; lit. Young Cop) is a 2017 South Korean action comedy film directed by Kim Joo-hwan and starring Park Seo-joon and Kang Ha-neul. The film was released on August 9, 2017.

Corporate (2017)

Corporate is a 2017 French movie written and directed by Nicolas Silhol.

¿Qué Culpa Tiene el Niño? (2016)

After a one-night stand with a younger man leads to pregnancy, a woman makes the tough choice to build a true relationship with the immature father-to-be.

Cold Hell (2017)

Özge Dogruol, a young Vienna based taxi driver of Turkish origin. She witnesses an extremely brutal murder. The offender seems to be a crazed serial killer. And he is convinced that Özge has seen him. A life-and-death struggle ensues.

Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay (2016)

Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay (ZKHH) is a 2016 Pakistani romantic drama film directed by Anjum Shahzad, produced by Rafiq Ahmed Chaudary, Fahmeeda Abdull Khaliq, Kamran Siddiqui and Jahanzaib Quadir, it is written by Abdull Khaaliq Khan. The film's cast include Pakistani Television stars Sajal Ali and Feroze Khan in lead roles. It is the third project to feature Sajal Ali opposite Feroze Khan after Blockbuster Drama Serials Chup Raho and Gul e Rana. The film was distributed by Geo Films on Eid ul Adha 2016.

Coffee Ani Barach Kahi (2015)

The anatomy and evolution of a young couple's relationship,including the struggles that are faced, are explored in two separate timelines.

Creep 2 (2017)

A video artist specializing in befriending lonely men lands the subject of her dreams.

Spoor (2017)

Spoor (Polish: Pokot) is a 2017 Polish crime film directed by Agnieszka Holland. It was selected to compete for the Golden Bear in the main competition section of the 67th Berlin International Film Festival. At Berlin, the film won the Alfred Bauer Prize (Silver Bear). It was selected as the Polish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 90th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

Fixed (2018)

Allan is a father of three whose sex life takes another hit when his wife can no longer take the pill and he soon finds himself with an appointment for a vasectomy and an epic midlife crisis.

Van Nuys Blvd. (1979)

A small-town kid hears about the wild nights of cruising the boulevard in Van Nuys, California. He drives out there to check it out, and gets involved with drag racers, topless dancers and bikers.

Iron Wolf (2014)

1945: The red army stands at the gates of Berlin. In their desperation the Nazis turn to the most obscure Scientists. Through cruel experiments a new secret Weapon has been created – unstoppable and alive. A Russian attack destroys the lab, but the weapon – buried underneath the ruins – is immortal. Lost in time, it lurks in the darkness, only to return again. 2012: Punk-Rock legend Spike Jones leads a group of friends into the ruins of the old Nazi Lab. The complex shall be cleaned up for the reunion concert of his band. Believing they would help a poor soul, they free the beast from its prison. But the creature of the Nazis does not know about thankfulness. Again the smell of blood fills the old laboratories and screams of terror echo through the darkness. As now, the Werewolf starts his war against humanity.

American Circumcision (2018)

Circumcision is the most common surgery in America, yet America is the only industrialized country in the world to routinely practice non-religious infant circumcision. Why does America continue to cut the genitals of it’s newborn baby males when the rest of the world does not? American Circumcision explores both sides of the circumcision debate, including the growing Intactivist movement (intact + activist), which believes all human beings have a right to keep the body they were born with intact. This is the first documentary of its scale to comprehensively explore this cutting edge issue, which involves sex, politics, and religion, all in the most personal way possible.

The Invisible Guardian (2017)

On the banks of the Baztán river, in the Navarra valley, the naked body of a teenager appears in a circumstance that relates to a murder occurred a month ago ... Inspector Amaia Salazar (Marta Etura) directs the investigation that will take her Back to the village of Elizondo, where she grew up and tried to flee her life. Faced with the complicated derivations of the case and its own ghosts, Amaia's investigation is a race against time to find an implacable murderer, in a fertile land in superstitions and witchcraft ...

Good Luck Soup (2016)

Filmmaker Matthew Hashiguchi explores how Japanese heritage influenced his Japanese-American family before and after World War II.

Bus Stop (2014)

Two strangers try to cheer each other up after they meet at a bus stop.

Adios Amigos (2016)

Adios Amigos is a 2016 Dutch drama film directed by Albert Jan van Rees. It is a remake of the 2011 Belgian film Come as You Are. It was listed as one of eleven films that could be selected as the Dutch submission for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 89th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

The Depths (2017)

Desperate for a measure of success, wannabe screenwriters Mickey Hansen and Ray Ferguson decide to fully explore the depths of murder and crime within their story only to discover their obsession with their work has made it all too real.

Cuchillo (1978)

A native tribe believes that a newborn baby has been sent by the gods to protect them all when it grows up.

Love, Cecil (2017)

Oscar®-winning set and costume designer, photographer, writer and painter Cecil Beaton was not only a dazzling chronicler, but an arbiter of his time. From the Bright Young Things to the front lines of war to the international belle monde and the pages of Vogue and then onto the Queen’s official photographer, Beaton embodied the cultural and political changes of the twentieth century. In this tender portrait, director Lisa Immordino Vreeland (Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel, Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict) blends archival footage and photographs with voice over of Beaton’s famed diaries to capture his legacy as a complex and unique creative force. Dynamic and lyrical, LOVE, CECIL is an examination of Beaton’s singular sense of the visual, which dictated a style that set standards of creativity that continue to resonate and inspire today.

Runaway Romance (2018)

Reality TV star Ann Stanway leaves Hollywood and finds herself in Amish country where she discovers friendship, new love and ultimately herself. In the end, Ann must decide between staying in her newfound reality or returning to her old one.

Beauty in the Broken (2015)

A depressed psychologist falls in love with an emotionally disturbed homeless woman.

The Count of Monte Cristo (1954)

The Viscount of Monte Cristo is a 1954 Mexican comedy film directed by Gilberto Martínez Solares and starring Germán Valdés, Ana Bertha Lepe and Andrés Soler. The film draws some of its plot from Alexandre Dumas's The Count of Monte Cristo with the setting moved to contemporary Mexico. Valdés' films of the era were often distorted, comic versions of classic literature.

Barracuda (2017)

Barracuda is a 2017 American thriller film directed by Jason Cortlund and Julia Halperin and written by Jason Cortlund. The film stars Allison Tolman, Sophie Reid, JoBeth Williams, Luis Bordonada, Larry Jack Dotson and Angelo Dylen. The film was released on October 6, 2017, by Orion Pictures and Samuel Goldwyn Films.

Anabolic Life (2017)

A young man battling with his body image and self-esteem is thrust into a world of steroids, crime, and self-destruction.

Doosukeltha (2013)

Doosukeltha is a 2013 Telugu action comedy film directed by Veeru Potla. The film stars Manchu Vishnu and Lavanya Tripathi, who made her debut in Andala Rakshasi. Mani Sharma composed the music for the film. Dr. Mohan Babu produced the film under the banner of 24 Frames Factory and it received a U/A Certificate. It was released on 17 October 2013. The film received positive reviews from critics.

Aadu - Oru Bheegara Jeevi Aanu 2 (2017)

Aadu 2 is an Indian Malayalam-language comedy film written and directed by Midhun Manuel Thomas and produced by Vijay Babu under Friday Film House. It is the sequel to the 2015 film Aadu, and Jayasurya, Dharmajan Bolgatty, Saiju Kurup, Vineeth Mohan, Harikrishnan, Bhagath Manuel, Vijay Babu and Vinayakan reprise their roles. Principal photography began on 13 September 2017. The film released in India on 22 December 2017. A sequel Aadu 3 has been announced and is set for a December 2019 release in 3D format.

El bombero atómico (1952)

The Atomic Fireman (Spanish:El bombero atómico) is a 1952 Mexican comedy film directed by Miguel M. Delgado and starring Cantinflas, Roberto Soto and Gilberto González. The film's art direction was by Gunther Gerszo.

Mortadelo and Filemon: Mission Implausible (2014)

Mortadelo and Filemon: Mission Implausible (Spanish: Mortadelo y Filemón contra Jimmy el Cachondo, "Mortadelo and Filemon versus Jimmy the Joker") is a 2014 Spanish animated comedy film based on the characters from the Mort & Phil comic book series. It achieved six nominations for the 29th Goya Awards, winning in the Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Animated Film categories, and two for the second edition of Premios Feroz.

Anbe Anbe (2003)

Anbe Anbe is a 2003 Tamil romantic family drama film directed by Mani Bharathi. The film stars Shaam and Sharmelee in lead roles, while an ensemble supporting cast includes Santhoshi, Vivek, M. N. Nambiar, Manorama, and Yugendran. The music was composed by Bharathwaj. The film released on 1 May 2003 and opened to mixed reviews from critics.

Food and Shelter (2015)

Food and Shelter (Spanish: Techo y comida) is a 2015 Spanish drama directed by Juan Miguel del Castillo. It premiered in Spain on 4 December 2015. It won a Goya Award for Best Actress (Natalia de Molina). It is the first feature film from Castillo, an experienced editor and director of shorts. The film reflects the stresses faced by individuals as the impact of the 2007–2008 global economic crisis continues to be felt in the Spanish economy . The film was largely financed by crowdfunding.

Coffin 2 (2017)

The mystery man known as “Trick” is back... but not on his terms. Trick finds himself trapped in a cage with four others, all immobilized from the neck down. When Trick realizes that one of the other hostages is an old foe, Detective Epperson, the two begin working together to uncover the connection between them and their captor — a masked man they suspect to be the infamous Deathstalker Killer.

30-Love (2017)

30-Love is a 2017 American comedy-drama film directed by Robert Cannon and starring Robert Cannon, Brenda Vaccaro, and Justin Lee.

Who Is Alice (2017)

Who Is Alice is a 2017 British comedy film. The film is directed by Robert van den Broek and Ismaël Lotz. It stars actors Ali Bastian, Patrick Holland, Keith Ackerman, and Lee Brace.

Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: The Flash (2018)

Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: The Flash is an American direct-to-video animated film. It is a superhero action-adventure comedy, based on the DC Comics and Lego brands. It is produced by DC Entertainment, The Lego Group and Warner Bros. Animation and distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, and was released digitally on February 13, 2018 and was released on DVD and Blu-ray on March 13, 2018. It is the seventh Lego DC Comics Super Heroes film.

The Climb (2017)

A young Senegalese-French man from humble roots sets out to climb Mount Everest to impress the woman he loves -- and slowly becomes a media sensation.

Crash Test Aglaé (2017)

Aglaé, young worker, has only one benchmark in life: her work in a factory crash test car. When she learned of the relocation of the factory, she was surprised to go to India not to lose her job. Accompanied by two colleagues, she embarks in a perilous journey by car to the end of the world.

Ideachi Kalpana (2010)

Ideachi Kalpana is a Marathi film released on 31 December 2010. Produced and directed by Sachin Pilgaonkar. The movie is a laughter riot revolving around a lie, a lawyer who begins the lie and a whole bunch of people who wants answers.

Forbidden (1953)

Forbidden is a 1953 thriller film noir directed by Rudolph Mate, featuring Tony Curtis and Joanne Dru.

30 Nights (2018)

In a last-ditch effort to save their marriage, Nick and Willa visit a renowned, yet eccentric, couples therapist and embark on a monthlong journey of provocative and hilarious sex assignments.

Lies We Tell (2018)

A trusted driver must deal with his dead boss's Muslim mistress, her dark past pulling him into a life-and-death showdown with her notorious gangster cousin/ex-husband.

Dementia 13 (2017)

A vengeful ghost, a mysterious killer, and a family where everyone has a secret converge in one night of terror in this remake of Francis Ford Coppola’s first feature film.

Le cochon (1970)

Le Cochon is a fifty-minute featurette co-directed by Jean Eustache and Jean-Michel Barjol in 1970. Shot in a cinema verité style, it documents the traditional killing of a plump pig in a French rural village. Eustache had directed his first version of La Rosiere de Pessac in much the same unobtrusive style two years previously.

Namiya (2017)

Namiya is a 2017 Chinese fantasy film directed by Han Jie, based on the 2012 novel Miracles of the Namiya General Store by Keigo Higashino. The film stars Jackie Chan as the titular shop owner, with Dilraba Dilmurat, Karry Wang and Hao Lei in supporting role. The film was released on 29 December 2017 in China.

Aliens on Crack (2009)

Aliens try to get the human race addicted to drugs.

I Can Quit Whenever I Want: Masterclass (2017)

A team of researchers helps police find new smart drugs.

Most Beautiful Island (2017)

MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND is a psychological thriller set in the world of undocumented female immigrants hoping to make a life in New York City. Shot on Super 16mm with an intimate, voyeuristic sensibility, MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND chronicles one harrowing day in the life of Luciana, a young immigrant woman struggling to make ends meet while striving to escape her past. As Luciana's day unfolds, she is whisked, physically and emotionally, through a series of troublesome and unforeseeable extremes.

Through the Repellent Fence (2017)

In 2015, three Native American artists set out to construct a two-mile-long outdoor artwork that straddles the U.S. and Mexico border.

Shades of Winter: Between (2016)

A documentary style action sports feature film embracing the moments BETWEEN by Austrian freeskier & filmmaker Sandra Lahnsteiner, featuring the worlds finest female action sport athletes, filmed in crystal clear 4K.

The Last Starship (2016)

As war is raging in a post-apocalyptic world, the survivors are hunted by a giant monster and attacked by an army of zombies and ancient machines of war.

Calling Mr. Joe B Carvalho (2014)

Mr Joe B. Carvalho is a Bollywood comedy film which released on 3 January 2014. The film is directed by Samir Tewari, and produced by Shital Malviya and Bhola Ram Malviya. The film stars Arshad Warsi, Soha Ali Khan, Javed Jaffrey and Vijay Raaz. The first teaser of the film was released on 17 November 2013. The film also has guest appearances by Geeta Basra, Mahika Sharma and Karishma Kotak. Singer Babul Supriyo debuts in the film by playing a cameo.

She Sings to the Stars (2014)

A Native American woman tends to her drought-ravaged corn in the desert. Her grandson arrives, hoping to collect a doll collection he can sell.

Esteban (2016)

In Cuba, while helping his single mother sell black market beauty products, a 9-year-old boy dreams of becoming a pianist.

Mother Krampus (2017)

Based on the myth of Frau Perchta, a witch that comes on the 12 days of Christmas taking children each night.

Eat, Play, Love (2017)

Veterinarian Dr. Carly Monroe makes it a habit to stop by the local dog shelter as often as possible because she loves dogs and secretly loves the shelter's owner, Dan. Unfortunately, he has agreed to marry his glamorous TV personality girlfriend and move to the Big Apple. With Dan's big move looming, his sister decides to take matters into her own hands.

The 13th Friday (2017)

When a female refugee discovers an ancient demonic device that opens the gateway to another realm, she unleashes a dark entity that poses as her daughter. After many failed attempts to have the church explain the creation of her worst nightmares, she learns that the house is cursed by an enraged spirit that died on Friday the 13th. And now a group of thrill seeking friends unknowingly unleash its wrath and damn their souls.

Meant to Beh (2017)

Meant to Beh is a 2017 Philippine family comedy film directed by Chris Martinez and starred by Vic Sotto and Dawn Zulueta.

Across the Waters (2016)

In 1943 a family of Danish Jews flees its home to seek refuge in Sweden and escape deportation by the Nazis.

Zip & Zap and the Captain's Island (2016)

Zip & Zap and the Captain's Island (Spanish: Zipi y Zape y la isla del capitán) is a 2016 Spanish adventure film directed by Oskar Santos and starred by Teo Planell, Toni Gómez and Elena Anaya. This is the sequel of Zipi y Zape y el club de la canica.

Shejari Shejari (1991)

Since Preeti stands to inherit some wealth if she marries Rajesh, they pretend to be married. Things turn more chaotic when her friend Sushila and her husband get involved in the plan.

Premasathi Vattel Te (1987)

Premasathi Vattel Te is a Marathi movie released in May 1987. Produced by Uma Prakash Bhende and directed by Dutta Keshav. The movie is a rib tickling farce filled with mishaps and misunderstandings leading to a hilarious climax.

The Green Fog (2018)

The Green Fog is an experimental film directed by Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson, and Galen Johnson that loosely revisits the plot of Alfred Hitchcock's movie Vertigo through a collage of found footage repurposed from old movies and television shows set in San Francisco. The film was commissioned by the San Francisco Film Society for the 60th San Francisco International Film Festival’s and premiered at the festival's close on April 16, 2017. It then entered limited release on January 5, 2018 and began to tour international festivals. The film features an original score by composer Jacob Garchik and Kronos Quartet.

That's Not Me (2017)

Polly considers herself a serious actress, waiting for the role that best suits her considerable talents. But her acting dreams start to crumble when her identical twin Amy lands a lead role in an HBO show and starts dating co-star Jared Leto. A disastrous trip to LA does little to help matters, but the unbearable situation becomes a little better when Polly discovers that she can use her sister's celebrity to her advantage to get free clothes, free booze and casual sex. The consequences are very funny – and awkward.

Le Parc (2017)

Two teenagers fall in love in a park.

Deadly Delusion (2018)

Hoping for a fresh start, Julia, a troubled woman, moves to Los Angeles with her new boyfriend. After settling into a new home, mysterious things begin to happen. It's not long before Julia becomes convinced that her demons have moved with her.

Willy 1er (2016)

Willy 1er is a 2016 French comedy-drama film written and directed by Ludovic Boukherma, Zoran Boukherma, Marielle Gautier and Hugo P. Thomas. The film centres on a 50-year-old man who, after the death of his twin brother, leaves his parents' house for the first time to settle in a nearby village. The film was awarded the Prix d'Ornano-Valenti for outstanding first film at the 2016 Deauville American Film Festival.

Jupiter's Moon (2017)

A young migrant gets shot while crossing the border illegally. After the trauma of his injury, Aryan discovers that he now has the power to levitate. Thrown into a refugee camp, he escapes with the help of Dr. Stern who nurtures the project to exploit his extraordinary secret. The two men fled in search of money and security, pursued by the camp director. Fascinated by the incredible gift of Aryan, Stern decides to bet everything on a world where miracles are bought.

Along for the Ride (2016)

Method actor, filmmaker, art collector, and all-American madman—explore the many sides of iconic Hollywood maverick Dennis Hopper as told by pal Satya de La Manitou and his co-conspirators.

Digitale Dissidenten (2015)

Exploring the activists and whistleblowers of the digital age who are fighting for privacy and transparency in the technological world.

House of the Witch (2017)

This Halloween a group of high schoolers are partying in an old, abandoned house that is supposedly haunted by an evil witch. The fun comes to a grinding halt when the revelers are trapped inside. What started out as a dare becomes seriously scary, and trying to escape only makes it worse. Will they be able to find the secrets hidden in the house, or will they all meet their fate before the night ends?

Snowed-Inn Christmas (2017)

Jenna Hudson (Bethany Joy Lenz, “Colony”) and Kevin Jenner (Andrew Walker, “A Bride for Christmas”) are polar opposites, working for the same online publication in New York City. With both having nowhere they want to be for Christmas, they volunteer for a special writing assignment. After a snowstorm forces their plane to land in none other than Santa Claus, Indiana, the two are placed in a Christmas Wonderland and the focus of their story shifts to saving the historic town inn run by Carol and Christopher Winters. As the two overcome their differences, they also rediscover the magic of Christmas. But with the inn’s fate in jeopardy and the return of someone from Jenna’s past, Carol and Christopher lend a helping hand to bring Jenna and Kevin together. The film also stars Tasha Smith. “Snowed-Inn Christmas” is produced by Juliette Hagopian and is executive produced by Howard Braunstein. Gary Yates serves as a director; Carly Smale serves as the writer.

BorderCross (2017)

Ex-boxer Danny Boy Jackson comes out of retirement to rescue his son from human traffickers.

The Vampire Bat (1933)

The Vampire Bat is a 1933 American pre-Code horror film starring Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray, Melvyn Douglas, and Dwight Frye.

Venus & Vegas (2010)

Three Las Vegas buddies (Eddie Kaye Thomas, Donald Faison, Eddie Guerra) face the wrath of gangsters, while also trying to keep their girlfriends happy.

A Very Serious Person (2006)

A Very Serious Person is a 2006 drama film directed by Charles Busch.

Vigilante Force (1976)

In this fast-paced adventure, an embittered Vietnam veteran (Kris Kristofferson) is hired by the residents of a small California town, who are weary of the disruption caused by unruly oil workers. The vet brings in other workers who do the job, then take over the town themselves...

Warlock III: The End of Innocence (1999)

Warlock III: The End of Innocence is a 1999 direct-to-video horror film written by Bruce David Eisen and Eric Freiser and also directed by the latter. It is the third film in a series that started with the 1989 Warlock. The first two films starred Julian Sands as the Warlock but this film stars Bruce Payne in the titular role of The Warlock.