The Reflektor Tapes (2015)
The Reflektor Tapes is a 2015 British documentary film directed by Kahlil Joseph about the making of the album Reflektor by the Canadian band Arcade Fire. It was shown in the TIFF Docs section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.
A sleepy Swedish province hopes to lure a discount store chain by hiring a pompous commercial director to document a town's worthiness.
The Trigger Effect (1996)
Academy Award nominee Elisabeth Shue stars with Kyle MacLachlan and Dermot Mulroney in this intensely gripping story of a mysterious power failure that leads to the social breakdown of a major city. All forms of communication are wiped out - no electricity, no cash machines and no telecommunication. The system and the rules society takes for granted begin crumbling down. Rumors of looters and shootings increase the fear and mistrust among frantic citizens. Now everything that society had taken for granted no longer works…and ordinary rules no longer apply.
Heaven On Earth (2008)
Heaven on Earth a.k.a. Videsh is a 2008 Canadian film directed and written by Deepa Mehta. Preity Zinta plays the leading role of Chand, a young Indian Punjabi woman who finds herself in an abusive arranged marriage with an Indo-Canadian man, played by theatre actor Vansh Bhardwaj. The film released in India dubbed into Hindi under the title Videsh.
La route de Salina (1970)
Road to Salina (French: La Route de Salina) (Italian: Quando il sole scotta) is a 1970 French-Italian psychological thriller film directed by George Lautner. It stars Robert Walker, Mimsy Farmer and Rita Hayworth. The film is based upon Maurice Cury’s novel Sur la Route de Salina. A French-Italian coproduction, it was shot in English in the Canary Islands.
The Great Waltz (1972)
The Great Waltz is a 1972 American biographical musical film directed by Andrew L. Stone and starring Horst Buchholz, Mary Costa and Nigel Patrick and follows 40 years in the life of composer Johann Strauss and his family. It is based on the musical The Great Waltz and was Stone's final film. M-G-M released a previous film adaptation in 1938.
The film earned $1,650,000 in North American rentals in 1973.
Down To The Bone (2004)
Down to the Bone is a 2004 American independent drama film, directed by Debra Granik and written by Granik and Richard Lieske. It stars Vera Farmiga, who received a Best Actress Award from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association for her role as the drug addicted Irene. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 15, 2004, where it won the Director's Award (Granik) and the Special Jury Prize for Acting (Farmiga). The film received a limited release in the United States on November 25, 2005.
Blind Faith (1998)
Blind Faith is a 1998 film starring Charles S. Dutton, Courtney B. Vance, and Lonette McKee.
De Nieuwe Wildernis (2013)
De Nieuwe Wildernis (English: The New Wilderness) is a 2013 Dutch natural history documentary film about the nature reserve Oostvaardersplassen in the Netherlands. The film shows animal life during four seasons, based on two years of filming in the reserve.
When Alex and Justin are offered the chance to shoot a destination wedding in Mexico, they jump at the opportunity to escape their sheltered lives – but with zero experience, they’ll be lucky to make it through the weekend.
A Life Lived (2017)
A single dollar bill impacts many lives as it passes from hand to hand.
Losing in Love (2017)
A struggling writer and a brokenhearted waitress find the ability to once again believe in love amidst a world both real and imagined.
The Memory of Fish (2016)
The salmon of Washington's Elwha River sustained Dick Goin for the first half of his life. But he spent the last half fighting to bring down its dams and bring the salmon back to the river.
Limit Is the Sky (2016)
Seven ambitious men and women come to Fort McMurray, Alberta, from all around the world. Hoping to make their livelihoods in a boomtown, they are sorely disappointed to find an economy hindered by the global oil glut.
The Man with the Magic Box (2017)
The Man with the Magic Box is a science fiction dystopia thriller film directed by Polish film director Bodo Kox. The film is set in 2030 of Orwellian Poland and involves elements of time travel to the times of Communist Poland of 1950s.
Three women living in a small kiosk are threatened with eviction.
Dying Candle (2016)
Dying Candle Nepali language film directed by Naresh Kumar KC and produced by Rabin Acharya and Marie Adler. The film's plot concerns a young woman who has to make a difficult choice of whether or not to take care of her younger brother, even though her dignity is at risk by doing so. Her brother's situation becomes so desperate that she feels she only has one option- to make a great self-sacrifice to save her family.
Red Room (2017)
Held hostage in an isolated house, three women attempt to escape from their sadistic captors.
Greyhound Attack (2019)
U.S. Army pilots hunt the skies of World War II Europe for the most dangerous weapon the Germans have in the air - the Me262, the first operational jet fighter.
Hajwala 2 (2018)
A gang searches for a group of professional drivers to carry out challenging missions.
Top Knot Detective (2016)
A failed Japanese samurai series becomes a cult classic.
The Dooms Chapel Horror (2016)
Kyle travels home with a documentary crew to see his family for the first time in a decade, and when he gets there, a series of events begin to unfold.
Das Phantom (2000)
Das Phantom is a 2000 German thriller TV movie directed by Dennis Gansel. It is based on the book Das RAF-Phantom and stars Jürgen Vogel.
Race Street (1948)
Race Street is a 1948 American crime film noir directed by Edwin L. Marin. The drama features George Raft, William Bendix and Marilyn Maxwell.
The Incredible Mrs. Ritchie (2003)
The Incredible Mrs. Ritchie is a 2003 Canadian made-for-television drama film directed by Paul Johansson in his feature-length directorial debut. The film stars Gena Rowlands, Kevin Zegers, Leslie Hope, Cameron Daddo, James Caan, and Justin Chatwin. It premiered on Showtime on July 12, 2003.
Deli Man (2015)
At last, the deli documentary you've been waiting for! Erik Greenberg Anjou's film explores Jewish culture as it reflects the heart of a vital ethnic history. In Houston, Texas, third-generation deli man Ziggy Gruber has built arguably the finest delicatessen restaurant in the U.S, Kenny & Ziggy's. His story – augmented by the stories of iconic delis such as Katz’s, 2nd Avenue Deli, Nate ‘n Al, Carnegie, and the Stage – embodies a tradition indelibly linked to its savory, nostalgic foods. Indulge in the deli foods you love and learn about the traditions that make deli one of America's great cuisines. See Deli Man in movie theaters starting February 27.
Rudhramadevi is a 2015 Indian Telugu 3D period action film based on the life of Rudrama Devi, one of the prominent rulers of the Kakatiya dynasty in the Deccan, and one of the few ruling queens in Indian history. The film written and directed by Gunasekhar features Anushka Shetty in a titular role as Rudramadevi, alongside an ensemble cast of Allu Arjun, Rana Daggubati, Vikramjeet Virk, Krishnam Raju, Prakash Raj, Suman, Nithya Menen, Baba Sehgal and Catherine Tresa. The film is narrated by Chiranjeevi. The film's soundtrack and background score were composed by Ilaiyaraaja.
Crazy About Tiffany's (2016)
Tiffany & Co. has captured the aspirational dreams of the world with its legendary jewels, signature blue box, and timeless sophistication. From past to present, unveiling the behind-the-scenes characters and the clients beholden to its charm, CRAZY ABOUT TIFFANY is the first, fully authorized documentary capturing how a simple jewelry store has woven itself into pop culture to become a global phenomenon.
The Bad Son (2007)
A resourceful female cop makes a startling discovery as she rushes to stop an elusive serial killer targeting women in Seattle.
Future Zone (1990)
Tough C.O.P. John Tucker was the fastest gun in the new world until he was slaughtered. Now, thirty years later, his time travelling son armed with a .44 magnum blasts through time to change the course of history and save his father.
Kiss the Abyss (2012)
A young woman's husband and father bring her back from the dead after she is killed by an intruder. Soon after her resurrection, she realizes that something is horribly wrong.
North Beach (2000)
North Beach is a 2000 American comedy-drama film co-directed by and starring Richard Speight Jr.
Mercy or Murder? (1987)
Gilbert spends his retirement caring for his wife Emily, who suffers from Alzheimer's disease. Un-able to bear the thought of her suffering, He agonizes about ending her misery and makes a decision.
Flushed is a 1999 American comedy film written, edited and directed by Carrie Ansell. This comedy film producer is Ken Greenblatt.
Schrödinger's Girl (2009)
Scientists in parallel dimensions discover a way to travel between worlds.
Night Train (1959)
Night Train (also known as Baltic Express) is the English title for Pociąg, a 1959 film directed by Jerzy Kawalerowicz.
Witchcraft V: Dance with the Devil (1993)
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Alex Pandian (2013)
Alex Pandian is a 2013 Tamil action comedy film and directed by Suraj that features Karthi and Anushka Shetty in the lead roles, while Santhanam, Milind Soman, Suman, Prathap Pothen and Nikita Thukral among others play pivotal supporting roles. Devi Sri Prasad composed the music. It was released on 11 January 2013. The film's dubbed Telugu version Bad Boy, trimmed up to 20 minutes, was released on 22 March in more than 300 theatres. The film was also dubbed into Hindi under the same name by Goldmines Telefilms in 2014 with Karthi's voice dubbed by Rajesh Khattar. The movie was reported to be based on the 2008 French movie Transporter 3.
The Other Woman (2010)
The radiant Natalie Portman ( CLOSER, BLACK SWAN ) lights up the screen in this frank, funny, and heart-wrenching adaptation of bestselling author Ayelet Waldman’s novel about life, loss, and family directed by Don Roos ( THE OPPOSITE OF SEX, HAPPY ENDINGS ). Emilia (Portman) is a Harvard law school graduate and a newlywed, having just married Jack (Scott Cohen, THE UNDERSTUDY ), a high-powered New York lawyer, who was her boss – and married – when she began working at his law firm. Unfortunately, her life takes an unexpected turn when Jack and Emilia lose their newborn daughter. Emilia struggles through her grief to connect with her new stepson William (Charlie Tahan, I AM LEGEND ), but is finding it hard to connect with this precocious child. Perhaps the most difficult obstacle of all for Emilia is trying to cope with the constant interferences of her husband’s angry, jealous ex-wife, Carolyn (Lisa Kudrow).
The Law of 45's (1935)
The Law of the 45's is a 1935 American western film directed by John P. McCarthy. The film is also known as The Mysterious Mr. Sheffield in the United Kingdom. The screenplay was based on the 1933 novel of the same name by William Colt MacDonald. It was the first film to be made of MacDonald's characters The Three Mesquiteers that later became a film series at Republic Pictures. Though only two of the characters, Tucson and Stoney appeared in this film, Williams would appear as the missing member "Lullaby" Joslyn in Powdersmoke Range shot in the same year for RKO.
Previously the Alexander brothers Arthur Alexander and Max Alexander had released a series of Westerns starring Guinn Williams under their Beacon Pictures company. Law of the 45s was made by Max's Normandy Pictures.
The Yesterday Machine (1963)
The Yesterday Machine is a 1963 American film written, directed and produced by Russ Marker and featuring Tim Holt, James Britton, Jack Herman, Ann Pellegrino and Robert Bob Kelly.
Children of Sarajevo (2012)
Children of Sarajevo (Bosnian: Djeca) is a 2012 Bosnian drama film directed by Aida Begić. The film competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival where it won the Special Distinction award. The film was selected as the Bosnian entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
Altered States (1980)
Altered States is a 1980 American science fiction-horror film adaptation of a novel by the same name by playwright and screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky. Altered States was Chayefsky's only novel and his final screenplay. Both the novel and the film are based on John C. Lilly's sensory deprivation research conducted in isolation tanks under the influence of psychoactive drugs like mescaline, ketamine and LSD.
The film was directed by Ken Russell, and was also the film debut of William Hurt and Drew Barrymore. Chayefsky was credited as a screenwriter for the film using the pseudonym Sidney Aaron, his actual first and middle names.
The film score was composed by classical composer John Corigliano (with Christopher Keene conducting) and was nominated for an Academy Award. The film also received an Oscar nomination for Sound, losing to The Empire Strikes Back.
Diary of the Dead (1976)
Diary of the Dead is a 1976 neo-noir film directed by Arvin Brown, based on the novel One Across, Two Down by Ruth Rendell. It was produced by Charles B. Moss. Robert L. Fish, author of Mute Witness, the basis of Bullitt, contributed to the screenplay.
Eva is a 2010 Romanian drama film directed by Adrian Popovici. It premiered on 20 May 2010 at the Cannes Film Festival.
You're So Cupid! (2010)
Once inseparable, the twin daughters of Cupid become bitter rivals when they both fall in love with the same guy.
Players is a 1979 American film directed by Anthony Harvey and starring Ali McGraw and Dean Paul Martin, about a young tennis player who has an affair with an older woman.
It was known during production as Getting Off. The film was shot in London and Wimbledon. Filming also took place in Mexico.
Filming had to be suspended when Dean Paul Martin fell ill.
The Last Christmas (2010)
A mystery writer (Jennifer Finnigan) must solve a puzzle that may explain the sudden death of her grandfather.
Dorfman In Love (2012)
A young woman (Sara Rue) gets an opportunity to transform her messy life when she volunteers to cat-sit at an unrequited love's downtown Los Angeles loft.
Gali Gali Chor Hai (2012)
Gali Gali Chor Hai is a 2012 Indian Hindi-language comedy-drama film directed by Rumi Jaffrey, featuring Akshaye Khanna, Shriya Saran and Mugdha Godse in the lead roles, while Veena Malik appeared in an Item number titled Chhanno which gave a bounce to the film. The films music was composed by Anu Malik. The film, produced by Nitin Manmohan under the banner of One Up Entertainment Pvt Ltd, was released on 3 February 2012, to mainly positive reviews.
Zhong jin shu (1994)
A policewoman (Jade Leung) and her partner (Anita Lee) travel to Singapore to catch an arms dealer.
The First Beautiful Thing (2010)
The First Beautiful Thing (Italian: La prima cosa bella) is a 2010 Italian drama film directed by Paolo Virzì, produced by Medusa Film, Motorino Amaranto and Indiana Production, released in Italy on 15 January 2010. The film stars Micaela Ramazzotti, Valerio Mastandrea, Claudia Pandolfi and Stefania Sandrelli.
On 9 November 2010 the film opened at the Cinema Italian style Film Festival in Los Angeles.
The House of the Seven Hawks (1959)
The House of the Seven Hawks is a 1959 British mystery film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Robert Taylor, Nicole Maurey and Linda Christian. The film follows an American captain searching for sunken treasure who becomes entangled with criminals and is arrested by the Dutch police. It is based on the Victor Canning novel, The House of the Seven Flies, published in 1952.
Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hain (2000)
Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hai is 2000 Indian Hindi comedy film directed by Mahesh Manjrekar and starring Govinda and Sonali Bendre as leads. It is a remake of Dada Kondke's blockbuster Marathi film Eakta Jeev Sadashiv released in 1972, and the 1974 Kannada movie Bangaarada Panjara. This was average success at box office.
Violent Women (1960)
Five try to break out of prison by way of a tunnel and a sewer.
Play On (2010)
An arrogant athlete chases fame and money in defiance of his legendary father.
Strength and Honour (2007)
Strength and Honour is a boxing film that was shot in Cork, Ireland. Filming took place in the city and county including Kinsale, Rochestown, Passage West and the un-opened maternity ward of the Cork University Hospital as well as the new airport. The film had its market premiere screening at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2007, and won the "Best Picture" and "Best Actor" awards at the Boston Film Festival. It was released on the 20th of November 2007 in Ireland and was tested on a limited capacity in the United States on the 7th of December 2007. It was given a 15A rating in Ireland.After the U.S. testing, the film was re-cut taking 13 minutes off it. In 2009, the Film was selected to screen at the Writers Guild of America and received a review in the Los Angeles Times that described it as 'another Slumdog Millionaire'. Later the same year, Michael Madsen and Mark Mahon appeared on the TODAY show in New York, as there was such strong word of mouth about the Film. On March 17, 2010, Mark Mahon and the film’s main cast were invited by Prince Albert of Monaco to a private Royal screening at the Palace of Monaco. The film's tagline was: Wounds Heal, Scars Fade, Hope is for Everyone".
Deadly Daycare (2014)
After noticing her daughter's awkward behavior, a woman thinks she is getting mistreated at daycare and learns that the owner may be connected to a past incident.
Premier de cordée (1944)
Exhilarating and perilous life of a mountain guide.
Flesh of the Living (2012)
When a solar storm bombards Earth with radiation, the recently deceased begin reanimating with a hunger for flesh. Several survivors band together to fight their way through increasing numbers of rotting killers to reach safety.
Red Trousers: The Life Of The Hong Kong Stuntmen (2003)
Red Trousers: The Life of the Hong Kong Stuntmen (Chinese: 紅褲子) is a documentary film directed by Robin Shou.
49 Angels (2016)
On June 5, 2009, forty-nine babies were mysteriously killed in a warehouse fire in Hermosillo, Mexico. To date, the case remains unsolved. Determined to uncover what really happened that summer night and to bring justice to the victims, documentary filmmaker Charlie Minn delves into the tragedy, exploring mysteries and theories behind the deaths.
West to Glory (1947)
Eddie Dean (Eddie Dean), an undercover U.S. agent, is sent to a Mexican border town to protect the valuable Lopez diamond. One day he and his friend Soapy (Roscoe Ates) attend a party thrown by Don Lopez (Harry Vejar), a wealthy prospector who also holds large reserves of gold. After Lopez insists that the mysterious Maria (Dolores Castle) wear the precious gem, Eddie becomes suspicious that she may be in league with the gang that recently stole some of Lopez's gold and killed one of his men.
Achmed Saves America (2014)
Achmed the dead terrorist arrives in Americaville and plots to destroy the infidels. As he makes plans to blow up the town, he falls in love with all the sweet things in life and turns into an all-American resident.
Ilsa the Tigress of Siberia (1977)
Ilsa, The Tigress of Siberia is a sexploitation "men in prison" style of film that was produced in Canada in 1977. It is the third sequel of Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS.
Someone She Knows (1994)
Someone She Knows is a 1994 NBC television film directed by Eric Laneuville and starring Markie Post, Gerald McRaney, Jeffrey Nordling and Spencer Garrett as main characters. It was filmed in Valencia, Santa Clarita, California.
Based on a true story, the film follows a mother's (Markie Post) search for her daughter's killer.
Safari Drums (1953)
Safari Drums is a 1953 American film. It was the ninth in the 12-film Bomba, the Jungle Boy series.
All the Way Boys (1972)
All The Way, Boys (Italian: ...più forte ragazzi!) is a 1973 Italian film starring the popular comedy team of Terence Hill and Bud Spencer.
Wild Chicks in Love (2007)
Adolescent girls struggle with boys and relationships.
She Who Must Burn (2015)
She Who Must Burn is a 2015 horror thriller film that was directed by Larry Kent. He co-wrote the film with Shane Twerdun, who also stars. The movie had its world premiere on 26 July, 2015 at the Fantasia Film Festival and stars Sarah Smyth as a woman who finds herself the target of anti-abortion activists.
West Hollywood Motel (2013)
People's lives intersect in and around a hotel in West Hollywood.
Sweet Adeline (1934)
Sweet Adeline is a 1934 musical film adaptation of the 1929 Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein II Broadway play of the same title. It stars Irene Dunne and Donald Woods and was directed by Mervyn LeRoy.
Death of A Cheerleader (1994)
A Friend to Die For is a 1994 American psychological thriller television film directed by William A. Graham. Written by Dan Bronson, the film is based on the real-life murder of Kirsten Costas, who was killed by her classmate, Bernadette Protti, in 1984. The film was the highest-rated TV movie of 1994.
Vogues of 1938 (1937)
Walter Wanger's Vogues of 1938 (also known by its shortened form, Vogues of 1938) is a 1937 musical comedy film produced by Walter Wanger and distributed by United Artists. It was directed by Irving Cummings, written by Bella Spewack and Sam Spewack, and starred Warner Baxter and Joan Bennett. It was filmed in New York City in Technicolor.
It tells the story of a successful fashion designer, beset at home by his shrewish wife and at work by his competitors, whose life becomes even more complicated when one of his customers, a bride-to-be, jilts her wealthy husband and comes to him looking for a job—and possibly romance.
It was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Art Direction (Alexander Toluboff), and Best Music, Original Song (Sammy Fain (music) and Lew Brown (lyrics)) for the song That Old Feeling.
Lightning Bug (2004)
Lightning Bug is a 2004 coming of age drama film. It is the debut film by writer/director Robert Green Hall, an SFX makeup artist known primarily for his work on the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the films, Laid to Rest and its sequel, ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2.
It is a fictionalized account of Hall's own childhood and entry into special effects makeup for film and television. It was executive produced by Laura Prepon as a way to expand her image as an actress beyond her role on That '70s Show.
It was filmed on location Fairview, Alabama.
Lightning Fists of Shaolin (1984)
A gang leader tries to turn a master's place into an opium den.
Actor for Hire (2016)
A bald actor cannot find work until he discovers the power of hair after he buys a cheap wig.
Highway of Tears (2014)
Highway of Tears is a 2015 Canadian documentary film directed by Matthew Smiley and narrated by Nathan Fillion. The film concerns the notorious Highway of Tears murders on British Columbia Highway 16 between 1969 and 2011.
This Matter of Marriage (1998)
After several disastrous dates, an architect seeking marriage realizes she's in love with her neighbor.
There Goes My Heart (1938)
There Goes My Heart is a 1938 romantic comedy film starring Virginia Bruce as a wealthy heiress who goes to work under an alias at a department store owned by her grandfather. Fredric March plays the reporter who tracks her down. The film is based on a story by Ed Sullivan, better known for his long-running television show. The film was nominated for a Best Score Oscar for Marvin Hatley.
A Hatful of Rain (1957)
A Hatful of Rain is a 1957 American dramatic film about a young married man with a secret morphine addiction. It is a medically and sociologically accurate account of the effects of morphine on an addict and his family. The frank depiction of drug addiction in a feature film was a rarity for its time. The film stars Eva Marie Saint, Don Murray, Anthony Franciosa, Lloyd Nolan, and Henry Silva. It was adapted by Michael V. Gazzo, Alfred Hayes, and Carl Foreman from the play by Gazzo. Foreman was blacklisted at the time of the film's release. The Writers Guild of America added his name to the film's credits in 1998, 14 years after his death. It was directed by Fred Zinnemann and features a strong musical score by Bernard Herrmann. Herrmann was asked by 20th Century Fox to rescore his prelude for the film as the original was considered "too terrifying". Franciosa was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role.
Weirdos is a Canadian drama film, which debuted at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. The film was directed by Bruce McDonald and written by Daniel MacIvor.
Set in Nova Scotia in 1976, the film stars Dylan Authors as Kit, a teenager living in a small town who decides to run away to live with his mother.
The Death of Louis XIV (2016)
The Death of Louis XIV (French: La Mort de Louis XIV) is a 2016 historical drama film written and directed by Albert Serra and starring Jean-Pierre Léaud as King Louis XIV. The film was screened out of competition at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. It made its North American premiere at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival and its U.S. premiere at the 54th New York Film Festival.
Frantz is a 2016 drama film directed by François Ozon. It is about a young German woman whose fiance was killed in World War I, and the remorse of the French soldier who killed him. It was selected to compete for the Golden Lion at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival. At Venice the film won the Marcello Mastroianni Award. At the 42nd César Awards, Frantz was nominated in eleven categories, winning one for Best Cinematography.
Edouard Manet's painting Le Suicidé is referenced and shown several times in the story. Frantz is a remake of the 1932 Ernst Lubitsch film Broken Lullaby.
Marija is a 2016 German-Swiss drama film directed by Michael Koch. It was selected to be screened in the Discovery section at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival.
Sieranevada is a 2016 Romanian film directed by Cristi Puiu and starring Mimi Brănescu. The plot follows a successful neurologist who attends a family meal supposed to commemorate his deceased father. It was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. It was selected as the Romanian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 89th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.
Death in Sarajevo (2016)
Thriller set on the 100th anniversary of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
Pyromaniac (Norwegian: Pyromanen) is a 2016 Norwegian drama film directed by Erik Skjoldbjærg. It was selected to be screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival.
The Long Excuse (2016)
The Long Excuse (永い言い訳) is a 2016 Japanese drama film directed by Miwa Nishikawa, starring Masahiro Motoki.
Lazarus Rising (2015)
A hit man and a woman with a secret evade teams of assassins led by a ruthless killer.
Angel of Reckoning (2016)
A female combat veteran returns home to wage a war against the criminal underworld.
The Lone Rider in Frontier Fury (1941)
The Lone Rider in Frontier Fury is a 1941 American film directed by Sam Newfield. The film is also known as Frontier Fury in the United Kingdom and Rangeland Racket (American reissue title).
Half Brother (2014)
A man becomes homeless after his girlfriend dumps him. He spends the weekend at his father's house and becomes caught in the middle of angry disputes between his dad and stepmom as they plan a divorce.
A Texas border detective is traumatized by the disappearance of his 9-year-old daughter.
Black Water Wilderness (2015)
Friends come to regret their decision to go camping in the dark backwoods of Alabama.