Jack (2014)

Jack is a 2014 German drama film directed by Edward Berger. The film had its premiere in the competition section of the 64th Berlin International Film Festival. It was one of eight films shortlisted by Germany to be their submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards, but it lost out to Labyrinth of Lies.

The Sari Soldiers (2008)

Six women struggle to shape Nepal's future during tumultuous times.

Something Must Break (2014)

A passionate love affair erupts between a man who wants to be a woman and a man who is not gay.

Tangled 8 (2015)

People from diverse social backgrounds, races and ages manage grief through its different phases.

Three Paths to the Lake (1976)

A woman visits her father's home seeking information about her past.

Wolfy the Incredible Secret (2013)

Loulou the wolf and Tom the rabbit, friends since they were little, travel to the the land of the wolves to find Loulou's mother. Their friendship is tested when they arrive in the middle of the meat-eaters festival, and Tom is eyed as a main course.

Soldier of Destiny (2012)

Tyler survives being captured by Afghan soldiers and travels to Africa to tell a comrade's sister of his passing. A former Marine pastor guides Tyler through the process of healing, while guerrilla fighters terrorize the local residents.

She's Working Her Way Through College (1952)

She's Working Her Way Through College is a 1952 American comedy film produced by Warner Bros. A musical comedy in Technicolor, it was directed by H. Bruce Humberstone, and starred Virginia Mayo and Ronald Reagan. She's Working Her Way through College is adapted quite loosely from the 1942 film of James Thurber's and Elliott Nugent's First Amendment comedy/drama The Male Animal that starred Olivia de Havilland and Henry Fonda and which, in turn, was based on the 1940 Broadway play of the same name and written by the same authors.

Peces (2012)

A look at the origin and impact of the fish surfboard design and how it influenced mainstream surf culture.

Flyover Country (2013)

Todd and Russ' new friendship is tested when Russ learns Todd is gay, and his family thinks he is as well.

It's Only Talk (2006)

It's Only Talk (やわらかい生活) is a Japanese film, released in 2005 and is based on the prizewinning novel of the same title written by Akiko Itoyama and directed by Ryūichi Hiroki.

Children of Eve (1915)

A cannery owner learns the error of his ways when a women injured in a fire turns out to be his daughter.

RiP: A Remix Manifesto (2009)

RiP!: A Remix Manifesto is a 2008 open-source documentary film about "the changing concept of copyright" directed by Brett Gaylor. Created over a period of six years, the documentary film features the collaborative remix work of hundreds of people who have contributed to the Open Source Cinema website, helping to create the "world's first open source documentary" as Gaylor put it. The project's working title was Basement Tapes, (referring to the album of the same name) but it was renamed RiP!: A Remix Manifesto prior to theatrical release. Gaylor encourages more people to create their own remixes from this movie, using media available from the Open Source Cinema website, or other websites like YouTube, Flickr, Hulu, or MySpace.

The Road to Ruin (1934)

Road to Ruin is a 1934 Pre-Code, exploitation film directed by Dorothy Davenport, under the name "Mrs. Wallace Reid", and Melville Shyer, and written by Davenport with the uncredited contribution of the film's producer, Willis Kent. The film, which is in the public domain, is about a young girl whose life is ruined by sex and drugs.

Up from the Ape (1975)

Man as killer is explored, based on anthropologist Robert Ardrey's "African Genesis," "The Territorial Imperative" and "The Social Contract."

Modern Life (2008)

Farmers and their families and how they live in France.

Drylanders (1962)

Drylanders is a 1963 Canadian film directed by Don Haldane from a screenplay by M. Charles Cohen. It was the National Film Board of Canada's first English-language feature film.

Short Night of Glass Dolls (1971)

Short Night of Glass Dolls is a 1971 Italian giallo film. It is the directorial debut of Aldo Lado and stars Ingrid Thulin, Jean Sorel and Barbara Bach. It was first released as La Corta notte delle bambole di vetro in Italy.

The Locals (2003)

The Locals is a low budget 2003 New Zealand made horror film directed by Greg Page and starring Kate Elliott. The film took in a modest sum at the box-office following negative reviews.

ICE Agent (2013)

A fearless ICE operative plunges deep under cover into a criminal syndicate filled with ruthless felons to put an end to their human-trafficking operation.

The Trail (2006)

La Piste is a 2006 French film starring Julian Sands and Camille Summers. The film was directed by French photographer and director Éric Valli.

The Thief of Paris (1967)

The Thief of Paris (Le Voleur) is a 1967 French crime film directed by Louis Malle and starring Jean-Paul Belmondo as a professional thief (Georges Randal) at the turn of the century in Paris. The film is based on a book of the same title by Georges Darien. The story centers on his burglaries as well as his ongoing relationship with his cousin Charlotte (Geneviève Bujold). It also features other well-known French actors including Marie Dubois, Charles Denner and Bernadette Lafont. The film had 1,225,555 admissions in France. It was entered into the 5th Moscow International Film Festival.

Kidnapped In Romania (2016)

Two American journalists are kidnapped when their vehicle breaks down in Romania.

Never Too Young to Rock (1976)

Mud, the Glitter Band, the Rubettes and other British rock groups protest a TV ban on their music.

New York Cop (1993)

Believing that they need a Japanese martial artist to go undercover, the New York City police turn to an unorthodox officer named Toshi (Tru Nakamura). Toshi successfully infiltrates "the Brotherhood," gaining the trust of its leader, Hawk (Chad McQueen), and winning the love of Hawk's sister, Maria (Mira Sorvino). As Toshi gathers evidence of the gang's arms-smuggling activities, his bond with Hawk and Maria grows, but other gang members begin to suspect his true identity.

Ana Ana (2014)

The inner world of four young creative Egyptian women.

Brazil (1944)

Brazil (also known as Stars and Guitars ) is a 1944 American musical comedy film directed by Joseph Santley and starring Tito Guízar, Virginia Bruce and Edward Everett Horton. It is set in Brazil, and involves a composer masquerading as twins, trying to win the hand of an anti-Latin novelist. The film also features Brazilian singer Aurora Miranda, as well as American singing cowboy Roy Rogers in a cameo appearance as himself.

Karaoke Girl (2013)

A young woman from the country works as an escort in a Bangkok bar to support her family.

The Corpse Had a Familiar Face (1994)

The Corpse Had a Familiar Face is a 1994 American drama film directed by Joyce Chopra and written by Derek Marlowe and Dennis Turner. The film stars Elizabeth Montgomery, Dennis Farina, Yaphet Kotto, Audra Lindley, Branscombe Richmond, LuAnne Ponce, David Spielberg and Lee Horsley. The film premiered on CBS on March 27, 1994.

Hourglass (1996)

Seduction by a pretty, young designer (Sofia Shinas) means danger for a top fashion executive (C. Thomas Howell).

Wildrose (1984)

Young June Lorich (Lisa Eichhorn) goes through a painful divorce with her abusive husband. In order to fully escape his grasp, she gets a job as a machinist at an iron mine in Minnesota, becoming the only female laborer there. As the sole woman, June suffers continuous harassment on the job. Luckily, she finds comfort in fellow miner Rick Ogaard (Tom Bower). But when June and Tom's friendship turns into romance, their colleagues become even more aggressive, pushing June to breaking point.

Swimsuit: The Movie (1997)

The head of a chemical conglomerate hopes to cover up his environmentally unfriendly products with a swimwear catalog.

Polite People (2011)

Polite People is a 2011 Icelandic comedy film directed by Olaf de Fleur Johannesson.

Aglaya (2012)

A mother and daughter deal with the breakup of their family, the blessing and curse of belonging together, and coming of age.

Conjugal Warfare (1975)

A couple lives together despite hating each other.

Remember (2012)

In a bleak society in the future, Captain Carl Onoway takes memory blocking drugs to forget that he is the one breaking kids free to reunite them with their parents.

The Yearling (1994)

The Yearling is a 1994 American made-for-television coming-of-age drama film based on The Yearling by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. It was produced by RHI Entertainment, sponsored by Kraft General Foods and broadcast on CBS on April 24, 1994. This version was also a remake of the 1946 theatrical film The Yearling starring Gregory Peck and Jane Wyman.

Love & Terror on the Howling Plains of Nowhere (2014)

Author Poe Ballantine investigates the disappearance of a brilliant mathematics professor, who then is found tied to a tree and burned beyond recognition.

The One Armed Executioner (1981)

An Interpol agent (Franco Guerrero) hunts masked drug smugglers for killing his wife (Jody Kay) and cutting off his arm.

Turn Back the Clock (1989)

A woman (Connie Sellecca) kills her husband at midnight on New Year's Eve, then eerily gets a chance to prevent it.

Karbid und Sauerampfer (1963)

Carbide and Sorrel (German: Karbid und Sauerampfer) is a 1963 East German comedy film directed by Frank Beyer and starring Erwin Geschonneck.

La segunda noche (2001)

Girls just want to have fun; but often they must do some growing up first...and fast! Four teenage friends explore the grey area between sexual attraction and responsible behavior and just where love fits in. Between rocky family relationships and dalliances with potential boyfriends, it's quite a balancing act for an adolescent. Enjoy the laughter and heartache as these four try to get it right!

The Sparrows: Nesting (2015)

A family faces a life changing decision when trouble strikes a close friend's family.

Helicopter Mom (2015)

The overbearing mother (Nia Vardalos) of a sexually confused teenager (Jason Dolley) tells everyone that he's gay and submits an application on his behalf for a college scholarship for LGBT students.

Shadowing the Third Man (2004)

A documentary shows the filming of the 1949 film "The Third Man".

War Between the Planets (1966)

Astronauts (Jack Stuart, Amber Collins, John Bartha) mouthing Italian try to blow up a rogue planet causing geophysical turmoil on Earth.

TRI (2016)

When a young woman with a history of not finishing things is inspired by a cancer patient to sign up for a triathlon, she digs deep to discover how far she can push her mind and body.

Lead with Your Heart (2015)

When their parents contemplate splitting up, two teens hatch a scheme to make them realize how much they need each other.

Back To The Garden (2014)

A year after the death of an inspirational theater director, his widow continues to struggle with her loss.

Hamlet's Ghost (2015)

A Shakespearean actor travels back in time to confront forces from the past and future.

Chocolate Strawberry Vanilla (2013)

The lonely driver of an ice cream truck becomes obsessed with a soap opera starlet.

The Wrong Light (2017)

The Wrong Light tells the riveting story of a charismatic activist who leads a globally-regarded anti-trafficking NGO in Northern Thailand that provides shelter and education to young girls rescued from brothels. But as the filmmakers embed themselves at the shelter and meet the young girls and their families, discrepancies begin to emerge. As the filmmakers embark in a quest for the truth while keeping the girls safe, the heroic tale takes a shocking turn and uncovers a dark side of child advocacy behind the trafficking headlines.

The Beckoning Silence (2007)

The Beckoning Silence is a 2007 British television film that follows and retraces the unsuccessful attempt to scale the north face of the Eiger led by Toni Kurz in 1936. The film features climber Joe Simpson, whose book of the same name inspired the film. In 2008 it won an International Emmy Award.

The Vice Squad (1931)

The Vice Squad is a 1931 American Pre-Code drama film directed by John Cromwell and written by Oliver H.P. Garrett. The film stars Paul Lukas, Kay Francis, Judith Wood, William B. Davidson, Rockliffe Fellowes, Esther Howard and Monte Carter. The film was released on May 30, 1931, by Paramount Pictures.

Rogues Gallery (1944)

Rogues' Gallery is a 1944 American film directed by Albert Herman.

Blood Orgy of the She-Devils (1973)

Lorraine and Mark enter the world of witchcraft where Mara foretells the future and helps them remember their past lives. When a series of mysterious murders begin to occur, they turn to Dr. Helsford for advice.

The Death of Mario Ricci (1983)

The Death of Mario Ricci (French: La mort de Mario Ricci) is a 1983 Swiss-French drama film directed by Claude Goretta. It was entered into the 1983 Cannes Film Festival where Gian Maria Volontè won the award for Best Actor.

Night Of The Fox (1990)

Night of the Fox is a 1990 made-for-TV version of the novel Night of the Fox, by Jack Higgins. It was broadcast in France on TF1.

Angoor (1982)

Angoor is a 1982 Indian Hindi-language comedy film starring Sanjeev Kumar and Deven Verma in dual roles, and directed by Gulzar. It is a remake of the Indian Film Do Dooni Char which was a remake of 1963 Bengali language comedy film Bhrantibilas, that is based on Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar's Bengali novel by the same name, which itself is based on Shakespeare's play The Comedy of Errors. All characters are innocent and destiny plays the main role in bringing all characters to one place. Most of the other films are generally based on false characters and deliberately make false statements to fool others.

The Race (2009)

Mary (Niamh McGirr), age 11, is an unrepentant tomboy who dreams of someday leaving her rural Northern Ireland town behind in a blaze of car-racing glory. But first she must win the upcoming go-kart championship. This is no easy task, since she faces constant bullying from the boys at school, her mother (Susan Lynch) demands she quit and her father (Colm Meaney) ignores her pleas for help. But the willful girl forges ahead, devotedly building her own vehicle in time for race day.

Blondie's Big Deal (1949)

Blondie's Big Deal is a 1949 black and white comedy film and is the twenty-fifth of the 28 Blondie films.

A Successful Man (1986)

A Successful Man (Spanish: Un hombre de éxito) is a 1985 Cuban drama film directed by Humberto Solás. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival and it was entered into the 15th Moscow International Film Festival. It won Best Production Design and Grand Coral - First Prize in the 1986 Havana Film Festival. The film was selected as the Cuban entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 60th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Midsummer Night's Tango (2013)

Three Argentine musicians travel to Finland in their hunt for the origins of tango music.

Druids (2001)

Druids (French: Vercingétorix: La légende du druide roi) is a 2001 epic historical drama film directed by Jacques Dorfmann. It stars Christopher Lambert, Klaus Maria Brandauer, Inés Sastre, Maria Kavardjikova, Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu, and Max von Sydow. The film tells the story of the Gallic chieftain Vercingetorix, from his childhood through to his battle to save Gaul from Roman domination at the hands of Julius Caesar. The film culminates with the decisive Battle of Alesia. The novel The Druid King by Norman Spinrad is a derivative work of an early version of Druids script.

The Drop Kick (1927)

The Drop Kick (also known as Glitter in the UK) is a 1927 silent film directed by Millard Webb written by Katherine Brush about a college football player (Richard Barthelmess) who finds his reputation on the line when he pays an innocent visit to a woman whose husband kills himself. It was one of the early films of John Wayne who was only aged 20 in the film. He too played a college footballer. A mute silent print was transferred onto 16mm film by Associated Artists Productions in the 1950s and in 1960s by United Artists Television. Prints of the film are preserved at the Library of Congress and the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research, Madison.

The Easter Promise (1975)

People of a small Nebraska town are excited about the return of a woman who became a successful actress.

Ilusión Nacional (2014)

Ilusión Nacional is a 2014 Mexican documentary film by Olallo Rubio about association football in Mexico.

The Common Touch (1941)

The Common Touch is a 1941 British drama film directed by John Baxter and starring Geoffrey Hibbert, Harry Welchman, Greta Gynt, and Joyce Howard. The film is a remake by the director of his 1933 film Doss House. Pianist Mark Hambourg appears in a small role.

M Cream (2016)

M Cream is a 2014 Indian Hindi-language road film written and directed by Agneya Singh. It follows the exploits of four rebellious friends who set out on a road trip in pursuit of a mythical drug. The film was screened at the Rhode Island International Film Festival where it received the Grand Prize for Best Feature Film. PVR Pictures released M Cream in theatres across India on July 22, 2016. The worldwide distribution rights were subsequently acquired by Netflix.

The Year of the Cannibals (1970)

I cannibali (internationally released as The Cannibals and The Year of the Cannibals) is an Italian drama film directed by Liliana Cavani. It is inspired by the Antigone of Sophocles. The film competed in the Quinzaines des Realisateurs section of the 23rd Cannes Film Festival.

Where Evil Lies (1995)

Where Evil Lies is a 1995 American film. It was part of the Roger Corman Presents series.

Mary (2012)

Divorced and alone, Craig meets Mary, the woman of his dreams, and has to figure out if he is dreaming or not.

Symphony of Living (1935)

Symphony of Living is a 1935 American film directed by Frank R. Strayer and starring Evelyn Brent.

Pocahontas: The Legend (1995)

Pocahontas: The Legend is a 1995 drama film that fictionalizes the young life of the historical figure of Chief Powhatan's daughter Pocahontas and her relationship with Captain John Smith. This film was directed by Danièle J. Suissa and stars Sandrine Holt as the titular heroine. It was shot in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This is the third live-action feature film based on the life of Pocahontas and John Smith, the others being Pocahontas and John Smith (1924) and Captain John Smith and Pocahontas (1953). John Rolfe, the husband of Pocahontas, does not appear in this motion picture. Two actors in this film has been involved in other Pocahontas-related projects. Gordon Tootoosis previously voiced Kekata the shaman in Disney's 1995 animated film. Billy Merasty, who acted as Kocoum, would six years later portray a Kiskiack in The New World.

Love Under the Stars (2015)

With help from a young girl and a widower, a 30-something woman finally grow ups and takes on the real world.

Dr. Jekyll's Dungeon of Death (1979)

The grandson (James Mathers) of Dr. Jekyll injects his kidnapped victims with an experimental serum.

Solar Crisis (1990)

Solar Crisis is a 1990 science fiction film from Japan America Picture Company. The screenplay was written by Joe Gannon and Tedi Sarafian (credited as Crispan Bolt, Tedi is the director's son), based on the novel Kuraishisu niju-goju nen by Takeshi Kawata, and directed by Richard C. Sarafian credited as Alan Smithee. The cast featured Tim Matheson as Steve Kelso, Charlton Heston as Adm. "Skeet" Kelso, Peter Boyle as Arnold Teague, Annabel Schofield as Alex Noffe, Corin Nemec as Mike Kelso and Jack Palance as Travis. The executive producers were Takeshi Kawata and Takehito Sadamura, with Richard Edlund and veteran sound editor James Nelson as its producers. This film received a MPAA rating of PG-13, and was filmed in color with Dolby SR stereo sound. The budget is estimated to have been about $55,000,000. It had a very limited theatrical release.

Peter and John (2015)

Peter and John is a 2015 American drama film written and directed by Jay Craven and starring Jacqueline Bisset and Christian Coulson. It is based on Guy de Maupassant's novel Pierre et Jean.

Season (1989)

Season is a 1989 Malayalam-language Indian feature film directed Padmarajan, starring Mohanlal and Gavin Packard in lead roles. The story is set in Kovalam beach in Kerala and Poojappura Central Prison, Trivandrum.

Jump Out Boys (2008)

Lords of the Street, also known as Jump Out Boys, is a 2008 action film starring DMX and Kris Kristofferson, written and produced by David and Daniel Garcia, better known as Kane & Abel and directed by Amir Valinia. The film takes place in New Orleans, Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina. Sheldon Robins and Veronica Berry also star in the film.

Black Salt (2015)

An Interpol agent is mankind's only hope of stopping a worldwide holocaust.

Sailing a Sinking Sea (2015)

The culture of the Moken people of Burma and Thailand.

It Happened in '43 (1960)

Long Night in 1943, The Long Night of '43 or It Happened in '43 is an Italian film of 1960 set in Ferrara, in the Italian Social Republic Nazi puppet state during the late stages of WW2. It was directed by Florestano Vancini and adapted by Vancini, Ennio De Concini and Pier Paolo Pasolini from a short story by Giorgio Bassani. The film stars Enrico Maria Salerno, Gino Cervi, Belinda Lee, Gabriele Ferzetti and Andrea Checchi.

Wide Boy (1952)

Wide Boy is a 1952 British crime film directed by Ken Hughes and starring Susan Shaw, Sydney Tafler and Ronald Howard. It was Hughes' feature directorial debut.

Conjurer (2008)

Conjurer is a 2008 supernatural horror film directed by Clint Hutchison and written by Hutchison and David Yarbrough. The film had its world premiere on 11 September 2008 at the SoCal Independent Film Festival and was released to DVD on 25 November of the same year. It stars Andrew Bowen as a photographer caught up in a haunting.

Racetrack (1985)

Employing his signature documentary style, Frederick Wiseman investigates life at a horse racing track. Eschewing voice-over and direct address, the film follows the jockeys, trainers, owners and myriad others involved in the life of New York's Belmont Park. Additional sequences at a horse farm offer insight into the complicated breeding processes used in the creation of thoroughbreds. Intertwined throughout: the quest of the horse Pleasant Colony to win the Triple Crown.

Peaceable Kingdom (2004)

Peaceable Kingdom, produced in 2004 by Tribe of Heart, is a documentary about several farmers who refuse to kill animals and how they convert to veganism as a way of life. A newer version of the film premiered in 2009 called Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home which featured different people. On the Tribe of Heart website for the 2009 film, there is no apparent mention of the 2004 movie. The 2004 film tells the story of how the farmers create an animal sanctuary farm called "Farm Sanctuary" where they rescue injured animals, half dead, abandoned, and rejected by the farm industry for not being productive. A few examples are a cow with mastitis or newborn chicks unfit for production. It has won awards such as the Festival Theme Award of the Ojai Film Festival in 2004, with music by Moby. Images of exploitations are shown during the film. According to the primatologist Jane Goodall, "Peaceable Kingdom is a piece of art" The documentary's producers, James LaVeck and Jenny Stein, have created a website called HumaneMyth.org that explores whether animals can be used humanely for food - advocating that it is generally not possible to do so.

Golda's Balcony (2007)

The story of Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir (Valerie Harper).

Kabala (2002)

Due to ancient prejudices, Hamalla is banished from his village. He returns after four years with knowledge of modern technology, and helps steer the village through a crisis.

The Uninvited (1969)

A wife leaves her husband when he returns from a trip with a young woman. Her boss takes her to the Côte d'Azur and invites her to stay in his marital home.

Sahibaan (1993)

A wealthy prince (Sanjay Dutt) competes with another suitor (Rishi Kapoor) for the love of a beautiful woman (Madhuri Dixit).

Happy 140 (2015)

Felices 140 is a 2015 Spanish comedy-drama film directed by Gracia Querejeta. It was co-written by Querejeta and Antonio Mercero. It was released in Spain on April 10, 2015. On September 8, 2015 it was one of the three entries shortlisted to represent Spain at the 88th Academy Awards in the category for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not selected.

The Devil in White (2017)

A mother battles an insane cult and a pharmaceutical company to stop a dangerous new drug from hitting the streets.

Trunk'd (2014)

After a wild bachelor party, groom-to-be Adam wakes up next to a hooker. Infidelity is the least of his worries when he discovers the hooker is dead.

River Road (2015)

River Road (Chinese: 家在水草丰茂的地方; pinyin: jiā zài shuǐ cǎo fēng mào de dì fāng) is a 2014 Chinese film written and directed by Li Ruijun and starring Tang Long and Guo Songtao. A masterfully lensed nomadic road movie set in Li's dusty native province of Gansu in Northwestern China, it follows two Yugur ethnic minority brothers venturing out on camelback in search of their herdsman father. It made its world premiere at the 27th Tokyo International Film Festival in 2014.

The Outrage (2010)

Outrage (アウトレイジ, Autoreiji) is a 2010 Japanese yakuza film directed by and starring Takeshi Kitano. It competed for the Palme d'Or at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. It is followed by a 2012 sequel, Beyond Outrage.

Cops vs Thugs (1975)

Cops vs. Thugs is a 1975 Japanese yakuza film directed by Kinji Fukasaku. It won two Blue Ribbon Awards in 1976: Best Director (Fukasaku) and Best Actor (Sugawara). Complex named it number 6 on their list of The 25 Best Yakuza Movies. Kino International released the film on DVD in North America in 2006.

Traitors (2013)

Malika, leader of Traitors, an all-female punk rock band, has a strong vision of the world, her hometown of Tangier, and her place in it. When she needs money to save her family from eviction and to realize her dreams for the band, Malika agrees to a fast cash proposition: a smuggling run over the mountains for a dangerous drug dealer. But her companion on the road is Amal, a burnt-out young drug mule who Malika decides to free from her enslavement to the dangerous drug dealers. The challenge will put Malika's rebel ethos to the test, and to survive she will have to call on all her instincts and nerve.

Tin Soldiers (2015)

Tin Soldiers follows the lives of Paralympic Gold medalist, Alana Nichols, double amputee and soon to be Paralympian, Zach Ruhl, WCMX rider Quinn Waitley, and others. This is a film about believing in yourself through adaptation.

The Man Who Would Be Polka King (2009)

The rise and fall of Grammy-nominated polka music superstar Jan Lewan.