Lady Magdalene's (2008)
The madam (Nichelle Nichols) of a Pahrump brothel in tax default and the IRS agent assigned to the case uncover an Al Qaeda plot involving the tunnels under the Hoover Dam.
The Bride Wore Crutches (1940)
A cub reporter goes after his story in a big way when he single-handedly exposes a crime ring.
El Camino del Vino (2010)
A world-famous sommelier (Charlie Arturaola) tries to restore his sense of smell by finding the best wine in the region.
Young Sherlocks (1922)
Ernie's bravery is challenged and he spins a tale of saving a rich young woman from kidnappers and taking her to a utopia.
Todos a la cárcel (1993)
Victims of the Franco repression meet in a jail.
The Screen Illusion (2010)
A woman (Julie Sicard) will do anything to prevent a rival from romancing the man (Loc Corbery) she loves.
Meet the Feebles (1989)
Fame-seeking members of the animal kingdom experience the sleazier side of show business in this puppet-filled parody.
Ayurveda: The Art Of Being (2001)
Filmmaker Pan Nalin explores the traditional Hindu system of medicine practiced in India.
Smart Money (1931)
After being cheated by big-city criminals, small-town Greek barber Nick Venezelos (Edward G. Robinson) lives up to his lucky reputation by returning to beat the criminals. With his winnings, Nick repays the townspeople who loaned him money, then opens a gambling parlor, using his barbershop as a front. Despite Nick's honestly conducted game, the district attorney schemes to shut him down, playing on both his weakness for beautiful blondes and the decency of his best friend, Jack (James Cagney).
Donkey's Hide (1982)
With the magical hide of a donkey, a virtuous princess seeks to escape the lecherous eye of her father, the king.
Celestial Clockwork (1995)
Just as she is about to get married in Venezuela, the lovely Ana (Ariadna Gil) suddenly dashes off and boards a plane to Paris. Upon arriving in the City of Light, she finds refuge in an apartment with other immigrants and begins to pursue her dream of becoming a singer. Although Ana faces significant challenges, she gradually builds an eclectic support network of friends and admirers who are determined to help her win her ideal role in a film adaptation of the classic Cinderella tale.
Mr. Vincent (1997)
A teacher (Frank John Hughes) turns stalker when his girlfriend (Lisa LoCicero) ends their deteriorating relationship.
Panama Red (1976)
Gangsters and police officers complicate an expectant father's attempts to make some extra money by peddling marijuana.
Nürnberg und seine Lehre (1948)
The official film on the first Nuremberg trial.
Pardon My Blooper (1974)
Radio and TV microphones and cameras catch unintended indiscretions.
Torero por un día (1963)
By mere accident, a man realizes his dream of becoming a bullfighter, but his technique is very funny.
In The Woods (1999)
Strange creatures menace a man (DJ Perry) and his friend after they disturb a burial site while on a hunting trip.
L'uomo nero (2009)
Gabriele returns home to say goodbye to his father and has memories of his childhood reawakened.
Stones in the Sun (2012)
A couple, two sisters and a father and son are driven to New York from Haiti to confront the truths of their interlocked pasts.
La culpa del cordero (2012)
At Jorge and Elena's party, the family members reveal every little secret they have kept swept beneath the rug for years.
Goodbye, My Lady (1956)
A 14-year-old orphan (Brandon de Wilde) grows attached to a stray dog, then learns the animal's owner wants it back.
Dying To Have Known (2006)
Filmmaker Steve Kroschel investigates the legitimacy of a holistic cancer treatment.
Angel's Wild Women (1972)
Rowdy bikers try to save their girlfriends from hippies in a sinister cult.
Waters Rising (2007)
Hurricane Katrina interrupts an impending gang war in a New Orleans housing project.
Take a Chance (1918)
A couple (Harold Lloyd, Bebe Daniels) has a run-in with escaped convicts during a picnic.
Three Godfathers (1936)
In a town called New Jerusalem, bandits Bob Sangster (Chester Morris), Doc Underwood (Lewis Stone) and Gus Barton (Walter Brennan) hold up a bank. After a gun battle with the townspeople, the three robbers retreat into the scorching desert. There, they happen upon an ill woman stranded with her child. As the mother dies, she begs the men to take care of her infant. The fugitives want to save the baby -- but to do so, they'll have to travel back to New Jerusalem, where they are wanted men.
Cinderella 2000 (1977)
A space-age fairy godfather helps a repressed 18-year-old reform her society's laws governing romance and sex.
A Yank on the Burma Road (1942)
A celebrated New York cabbie is pressed into service for a perilous journey through World War II China.
Federal Bank Heist (2011)
Criminals stage a daring robbery of a Brazilian bank in 2005.
Bora Bora (1968)
A man (Corrado Pani) embarks on a series of flings after his wife (Hayde Politoff) takes another lover.
Young Mr. Jazz (1919)
Harold Lloyd stars in a 1919 short film.
Banned from U.S. competition after causing a death, a race-car driver goes to Europe and dominates the tracks.
The Marathon (1919)
Harold Lloyd stars in a 1919 short film.
A Song for Miss Julie (1945)
Two writers pen an operetta about a 19th-century Southern gent.
Now or Never (1921)
A man (Harold Lloyd) takes care of a little girl on a train.
Masters of the Congo Jungle (1958)
This documentary explores the jungles of the area known as the Belgian Congo (later Zaire and then Democratic Republic of Congo), as filmmaker Henry Brandt shows many of the customs of the tribesmen that were previously unknown to Western audiences. However, this film delves into all the life in the region, spending considerable time with both the animals and the vast plant life of the Congo. Narrators Orson Welles and William Warfield provide information to accompany the impressive images.
Miracle in Harlem (1948)
An old widow's (Hilda Offley) foster daughter (Sheila Guyse) is accused of murder after mobsters take over their candy shop.
An Inn in Tokyo (1935)
An unemployed man wanders the streets with his sons to search for a job.
Beauty Beneath the Dirt (2012)
A lawyer, an Ivy League graduate and a woman from the city plan to hike the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine.
A newly married man decides to seek revenge for his brother's murder.
Outlaw Queen (1957)
The fast-shooting daughter (Andrea King) of a Greek immigrant family saunters into a small Western town and soon develops a thriving business empire.
The Silent Enemy (1930)
In the Canadian Northwest, the Chippewa tribe struggles to find food before the onset of winter. Chief Chetoga agrees with the hunter Baluk to move north toward the caribou herds, despite the protests of Dagwan, the medicine man. After the move, hunting proves unsuccessful, despite the numerous animals around them. Chetoga's daughter, Neewa (Spotted Elk) mocks Baluk, but when Chetoga dies, he is made the new chief. When his people remain without food, the tribe turns against him.
Outlaw Treasure (1955)
In post-Civil War California, an Army officer (John Forbes) tracks outlaws robbing gold shipments with help from Jesse James and his gang.
Give Us The Moon (1944)
The son of a wealthy hotelier falls for the founder (Margaret Lockwood) of a club for people who refuse to work.
Hotel for Women (1939)
A group of unattached females set their sights on finding husbands.
Dangerously Yours (1937)
A chance meeting between a man and a woman aboard an ocean liner reveals that they are both after the same valuable diamond.
Killer's Moon (1978)
A quartet of escaped maniacs terrorizes innocent schoolgirls.
The Three Musketeers (1921)
Leaving his country village, D'Artagnan (Douglas Fairbanks) heads to Paris in hopes of becoming a musketeer. Soon after, he meets three of them -- Athos (Leon Barry), Porthos (George Siegmann) and Aramis (Eugene Pallette) -- and joins their struggle to defend Queen Anne (Mary MacLaren) against the devious Cardinal Richelieu (Nigel De Brulier). The cardinal's been scheming to expose Anne's infidelity by stealing a brooch she gave her lover (Thomas Holding), and the musketeers vow to get it first.
Westfront 1918 (1930)
As World War I draws to a close, a German lieutenant (Claus Clausen) leads his troops on a dispiriting tour of duty through France. In between horrifying intervals of bloodshed in the trenches, one soldier, Karl (Gustav Diessl), is granted a brief reprieve and allowed to return home to his wife (Hanna Hoessrich), only to find that wartime conditions have left her both morally and financially bankrupt. Returning to the front, the disillusioned Karl willfully volunteers for a harrowing mission.
The Matinee Idol (1928)
Theater icon Don Wilson (Johnny Walker) is so tired of being adored by his fellow New Yorkers that he decides to pack his bags for a relaxing stay in the country. When Don learns that local belle Ginger Bolivar (Bessie Love) is part of a rural company of actors, he decides to join the troupe to woo her. The ensemble then puts on an earnest but very unprofessional drama, and Don's manager plays it on Broadway for laughs. The naive Ginger is devastated, and Don must think of a way to win her back.
Cameraman's Revenge and Other Fantastic Tales (1993)
Six short films from 1912 to 1958 demonstrate the creative genius of stop-motion animation pioneer Wladyslaw Starewicz.
Omo: A Journey to the Primaeval Age (2002)
The filmmaker joins an expedition to the banks of the River Omo in Ethiopia to find ancient human remains.
Personal Best (2012)
Filmmaker Sam Blair spends four years filming up-and-coming British sprinters as they train to compete in the 2012 Olympic games.
Magdalena's True Vocation (1972)
A young girl is shy and repressed by the influence of her mother, but one day she meets a musician and becomes totally uninhibited.
Ishaara: A Dangerous Mission (2008)
Police try to put an end to a serial killer's reign of terror.
Cross My Heart and Hope to Die (1994)
A Norwegian teenager, Otto (Martin Dahl Garfalk) is a shy working-class youth who lives with his mother (Kjersti Holmen) and father (Reidar Sorensen). When he meets the older Frank (Jan Kornstad), the stranger proves to be a bad influence on Otto, though they become friends regardless. Over the course of a summer, Otto and Frank's relationship leads to various dramatic situations, including a tense soccer match, forever changing the younger boy's view of the world.
Domingo Salvaje (1967)
A man tries to help a prostitute after he accidentally kills her son, but she believes he is the killer.
A woman with an insatiable thirst for pleasure is placed in mortal danger by her quest for real love.
Canta Mi Corazón (1964)
A famous, retired singer is confronted by problems when her child leaves school to pursue a singing career.
In this musical, opera singer Ghita Galin (Alice Brady) leaves the Metropolitan Opera and starts her own company, enlisting unknown singers like the talented but inexperienced Tom Renwick (Lawrence Tibbett). Tom brings along a new friend, Anne (Virginia Bruce), and an old conductor (George Marion Sr.). However, despite their progress on a new production, Ghita is unpredictable and leaves the company when her voice falters. Now the others must find a large sum of money for the show to continue.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986)
Chainsaw-wielding maniac Leatherface (Bill Johnson) is up to his cannibalistic ways once again, along with the rest of his twisted clan, including the equally disturbed Chop-Top (Bill Moseley). This time, the masked killer has set his sights on pretty disc jockey Vanita "Stretch" Brock (Caroline Williams), who teams up with Texas lawman Lefty Enright (Dennis Hopper) to battle the psychopath and his family deep within their lair, a macabre abandoned amusement park.
Barbra Streisand: One Voice (1986)
Hawaiian teenagers sing in their native language in an annual choir competition called the Kamehameha Schools Song Contest.
A Love (2007)
Lalo and Bruno fall in love with the same woman, Lisa, while on vacation in the 1970s. Thirty years later, Lisa returns to the town and walks into both men's lives once again.
Big Wars (1993)
A battleship's crew members face threats from within and without as they defend Mars colonists from aliens.
The Education of Dee Dee Ricks (2011)
Diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer, successful businesswoman Dee Dee Ricks begins a life-changing journey that opens her eyes to the financial and personal costs of the disease.
Breakfast in Paris (1982)
An American photographer (Rod Mullinar) and a model (Barbara Parkins), both recovering from heartbreak, fall in love in Paris.
Deceptive Practice: The Mysteries And Mentors Of Ricky Jay (2012)
Filmmakers Molly Bernstein and Alan Edelstein take a glimpse at the very private world of professional magician Ricky Jay.
To save his father's (Blake Clark) dealership, a used-car salesman (Ben Savage) and his co-workers must sell 300 vehicles in one month.
Jimi Hendrix at the Isle of Wight (1991)
The legendary guitarist performs at a festival.
Mexican Spitfire Out West (1940)
Carmelita (Lupe Velez) heads for Reno, followed by her husband (Donald Woods) and Uncle Matt/Lord Epping (Leon Errol).
Peru Sabe - Cuisine as an Agent of Social Change (2012)
World renowned chef Gaston Acurio takes his longtime friend and equally influential chef Ferran Adria on a tour of Peru's culinary and cultural history.
A poor, young woman manages to attend college on a scholarship. However, the social environment has influence over her, and she starts to become what is known in the country as a megadiva.
Kabaddi Once Again (2012)
Shingara dreams of making the game of Punjab from muddy fields to the green turf of international sports.
Les Distractions (1960)
A long friendship between two men becomes frayed when one of them becomes a murder fugitive.
With My Heart in Yambo (2011)
Filmmaker Mara Fernanda Restrepo reconstructs events that led to her older brothers' murders at the hands of Ecuadorian police.
Duch, Master of the Forges of Hell (2012)
The filmmaker investigates a Khmer Rouge leader.
The Man Who Had Everything (1920)
A blind beggar curses the careless young man (Jack Pickford) who nearly ran him over and showed no remorse.
Problem Girls (1953)
A medical student (Ross Elliott) learns about a scheme to drug a girl (Susan Morrow) and pass her off as an heiress to an oil fortune.
The lives of actors from small towns and villages are explored.
The Dybbuk (1938)
A man falls in love with a girl in a neighboring village, unaware they were betrothed to each other before their births.
The Informant (2008)
A mysterious man (William McInnes) works as a police informant for a federal agency.
Gauri has a wealthy life in Rajanpur along with her family. While at the fair, she gets into an argument with Shankar and shortly after, Gauri discovers that her marriage has been arranged. At first Gauri is thrilled, then changes her mind when she learns that her groom is the same Shankar.
A man (Mithun Chakraborty) rises to fame and fortune, but his world comes crashing down when he is arrested for the murder of a pregnant woman.
Everything Relative (1996)
Former college friends (Ellen McLaughlin, Olivia Negron, Stacey Nelkin), all lesbians but one, reunite to celebrate the birth of one couple's son.
Big Town (1946)
The managing editor of a newspaper catches a notorious murderer with his editorials.
Durgadevi rules her household with her brother, Makhanlan, and treats daughter Shanti worse than she treats servants; her other daughter is Roopa. When the younger women are approached for marriage, Durgadevi refuses.
The Spy Strikes Silently (1965)
International spies compete for access to vital atomic secrets.
Footprints On The Moon: Apollo 11 (1969)
A chronicle of man's dreams of space travel, from the fantasies of Jules Verne to the splashdown of Apollo 11.
A filmmaker (Mike Burke) and his crew encounter some unusual people as they try to track down an elusive singer.
Agathe Cléry (2008)
A racist woman wakes up one day with black skin.
Murder After Dark (2006)
A detective (Mike Burke) interviews all of a murdered woman's acquaintances in the hope of finding her killer.
An activist (Eric Larson) and his gay brother (Robert Locke) disappoint their Hungarian father (Sandor Tecsi), a cafe owner in 1968 San Francisco.
Sailor of the King (1953)
A shipwrecked British sailor unwittingly helps his estranged father, a naval commander, sink a German cruiser.
Birth of the Living Dead (2013)
Released in 1968, George A. Romero's low-budget shocker "Night of the Living Dead" becomes a landmark horror movie.
The Ride (1997)
A rodeo star (Michael Biehn) forced to volunteer at a group home has only a few weeks to train a boy (Brock Pierce) for competition.
Side Streets (1934)
A San Francisco shopkeeper (Aline MacMahon) hires a derelict sailor (Paul Kelly), weds him and deals with a series of life crises.