Paw (1959)

A dark-skinned boy is sent to live with his aunt in Denmark after the deaths of his Danish father and West Indian mother.

The Secret Of The Ice Cave (1989)

Bad guys chase a Los Angeles teen (David Mendenhall) and his new girlfriend for hidden treasure in Chile.

The New Year Parade (2008)

The children of a divorced couple suffer during a parade.

Mokey (1942)

Mokey (Bobby Blake) is less than thrilled when, after his mother's death, his father, Herb (Dan Dailey Jr.), decides to get married again. His young stepmother, Anthea (Donna Reed), is sweet as can be, but the mischievous boy is determined to drive her out of his once-happy home. Anthea's efforts to win Mokey over all fail, and when he gets into trouble with the law she starts warming to the thought of shipping him off to boarding school. Mokey had better make amends, and fast.

The Crying Child (1996)

A dead child's cries haunt a couple (Mariel Hemingway, George DelHoyo) recovering from a miscarriage at an island home.

Panic in the City (1968)

A federal agent (Howard Duff) hunts a Communist madman out to blast Los Angeles with a homemade atomic bomb.

For You Naked (2012)

Two men searching for true love meet on Skype and, though unable to communicate online, they decide to meet in person and try desperately to fall in love.

The Phantom in the House (1929)

A wife frames her husband for the murder she committed.

The Tall Texan (1953)

Sheriff Chadbourne (Samuel Herrick) transports convict Ben Trask (Lloyd Bridges) to El Paso in a covered wagon. The wagon also carries sea captain Theodore Bess (Lee J. Cobb) and married couple Laura (Marie Windsor) and Jerry Niblett (Dean Train). The group comes upon a wounded Native American, banished by his tribe, who offers to lead them to gold. But then the tribe attacks the wagon, killing Jerry and wounding Chadbourne. Ben is freed to help, but the group's troubles have only begun.

Doggy Daycare: The Movie (2015)

The guests and owners of a beloved doggy day care work together to save their home.

Code Black (2014)

Resident physician Ryan McGarry provides a close-up look at the inner workings of the treatment of trauma patients at one of America's busiest emergency rooms.

They Went That-A-Way & That-A-Way (1978)

Two bungling small-town policemen (Tim Conway, Chuck McCann) go undercover in prison on the trail of missing loot.

The Walk (2005)

A minister tries to help a frustrated woman (Eva Pigford) after a series of tumultuous relationships makes her lose faith.

High Time (1960)

Against the vehement protests of his adult children, 51-year-old burger baron Harvey Howard (Bing Crosby) registers as a freshman at Pinehurst University and promptly rushes a fraternity. Howard struggles to overcome his age in making friends and immersing himself in college life. But as Howard begins to adjust to the academic environment, he develops a crush on his beautiful French professor Helene Gauthier (Nicole Maurey) that results in a serious campus controversy.

East LA Interchange (2015)

The evolution of working-class, immigrant Boyle Heights, the oldest neighborhood in East Los Angeles, from multiethnic to predominately Latino and a cradle of Mexican-American culture in the U.S.

City of Silent Men (1942)

A small-town mayor gives an ex-convict (Frank Albertson) and his buddy jobs in a cannery, alarming locals.

The Rainforests are Under Threat (2015)

The threats facing the rainforest in Peru, the perpetuation of climate change, and the people who are fighting to protect it.

The Party's Over (1934)

A mild-mannered CPA is browbeaten by his lazy family and his domineering boss.

Armored Command (1961)

A Nazi spy (Tina Louise) paves the way for panzers by getting close to the Army tank corps in France.

Warriors (2015)

Young Maasai warriors express their frustrations at inequality by smacking cricket balls on the plains of Kenya and dreaming of life beyond their own village.

Thom & Dusty Go to Mexico (2014)

Two pals who have tried everything to score big find a treasure map that leads them to Mexico.

Himmatvar (1996)

Sultan, a kind-hearted and generous man, is compelled to become a gangster.

Munich in India (2013)

Konstantin Fritz, the grandson of German painter Fritz-Munich, travels to India looking for fragments of his grandfather's life as the only German court painter of the Maharajas.

Asli Naqli (1986)

The long lost only son of a rich widow is found, giving endless joy to the mother. But unknown to her, this heir is an imposter who has been strategically placed by a scheming relative.

Image Before My Eyes (1981)

The story of Jewish life in Poland before World War II is vibrantly recreated with historical footage and interviews.

Ulysses (1967)

It's a day in the life of Leopold Bloom (Milo O'Shea), his wife, Molly (Barbara Jefford), and Stephen Dedalus (Maurice Roves) in 1904 Dublin, based on the James Joyce novel.

Radicalized (2015)

A new generation of radicals in the social justice movement work in Los Angeles.

The Sky Dragon (1949)

Detective Charlie Chan (Roland Winters) and No. 1 son (Keye Luke) are on a plane when a killer strikes.

Murder on the Yellow Brick Road (2005)

A pretty young songbird is murdered in Hollywood, leading to an investigation that involves a crusty private eye who was in love with her, a smooth-talking seductress who hires the P.I., and a tough-as-nails cop.

Déjà Vu (2013)

Mihai, a man in a mid-life crisis, takes his mistress to the airport.

The Last Madness (2007)

Filmmaker Jessica Solce examines the gun control debate.

Rogue of the Range (1936)

An undercover cowboy (Johnny Mack Brown) keeps outlaws and womenfolk guessing.

Six Men Getting Sick (1967)

Six grotesque human figures vomit.

Cesar's Last Fast (2014)

In 1988, activist Cesar Chavez begins his last protest fast to bring attention to the effects of pesticides on farmers.

Swordsman II (1992)

A traveling martial artist (Jet Li) and his companion (Michelle Reis) face an evil sorcerer (Brigitte Lin) who possesses magic scrolls.

The Nine Demons (1984)

Best friends Joey and Gary cause a massive battle that takes the lives of their fathers.

Zweisitzrakete (2013)

When Mia, Manuel's best friend and secret crush, falls in love, he hatches a plan to make her childhood dream come true to win her heart.

Blondie Has Servant Trouble (1940)

Mr. Dithers puts Blondie (Penny Singleton) and Dagwood (Arthur Lake) in a mansion to show buyers it's not haunted.

East Is West (1930)

A beautiful, young Chinese woman is saved from being a slave and taken to America.

The Mad Doctor (1940)

A reporter sleuths the mystery behind an oft-married Viennese doctor whose wives met mysterious fates.

The Enforcer (1995)

Johnny (Xie Miao) is a junior kung fu champ growing up in China. He's been told his father, Wei (Jet Li), is a dangerous criminal. He's really an undercover agent infiltrating the Hong Kong Triad. When a brazen cop, Inspector Fong (Anita Mui), sets out to bring down the gang, she investigates Wei's mainland past and uncovers his true identity. After Wei's gravely ill wife dies, Fong takes Johnny back to Hong Kong with her, and father, son and cop team up to bring down a criminal empire.

The Lonesome Trail (1955)

A group of conniving land-grabbers is deterred from further evil by a Western Robin Hood armed with a bow and arrow.

Fellini: I'm A Born Liar (2002)

This in-depth documentary focuses on revered Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini. In addition to presenting clips from many of Fellini's acclaimed movies, the film features extensive interview footage with the lively and eccentric director, including revelatory conversations recorded in the years before he died. The production also includes interviews with actors who worked with the infamously moody auteur, most notably Roberto Benigni and Donald Sutherland.

Mutilations (1987)

A professor and his students investigate a string of cattle mutilations, only to discover violent invaders from another planet.

Perry Mason: The Case of the Desperate Deception (1990)

Lawyer Mason (Raymond Burr) defends an embassy Marine officer accused of killing a Nazi war criminal in Paris.

Code 60 (2012)

A young police officer from an anti-theft unit gets her chance to prove she can handle homicide investigations when she's asked to join the hunt for a serial killer.

Lost In A Harem (1944)

Two magicians (Bud Abbott, Lou Costello) and a prima donna (Marilyn Maxwell) help a desert prince gain his throne.

Thirunelveli (2000)

A drama directed by Bharathi Kannan, featuring Roja.

Netherwood (2011)

When hard-working drifter Stan enters the small town of Netherwood, he winds up facing off against locals, including a bully, a beauty and a land baron.

Death Strokes (2013)

Ivan, a young coroner, performs his deadly routine in Mexico.

Trains of Thoughts (2012)

Filmmaker Timo Novotny compares metro systems around the world.

The Burial Society (2004)

After a large sum of money disappears, an accountant (Rob LaBelle) must convince his brother and his boss that he is innocent.

The Apprentice (1971)

A young man (Steve Fiset) who has a separatist girlfriend tries to rob a bank in Montreal.

Glorious Works of G.F. Zwaen (2015)

Gerard F. Zwaen becomes involved in a plot involving a drug trafficker, a tax inspector and an internal affairs agent.

The Outsider (1961)

This biopic tells the story of Ira Hayes (Tony Curtis), a Pima Native American who helped lift the American flag over Iwo Jima, Japan. After enlisting in the Marines, Hayes suffers prejudice among his fellow soldiers but finds a friend in Jim Sorenson (James Franciscus). Both are immortalized in the famous World War II photo, but Sorenson is killed shortly after it is taken. When he returns to America, Hayes is greeted as a hero but suffers from survivor's guilt that drives him to alcoholism.

Sorority Sister Slaughter (2007)

An uninvited guest in a sorority house decides to have a killer time.

Young Girls of Wilko (1979)

Wiktor (Daniel Olbrychski), a veteran of World War I, finds himself sad and disaffected in the city after the death of a close friend. To reinvigorate himself, he decides to go to the country estate of his aunt and uncle, where he used to spend summers in his youth. There, he becomes reacquainted with several women he romanced at one time or another. Most, like lonely Jola (Maja Komorowska), have landed in unhappy marriages, and Wiktor's presence stirs up buried emotions and memories.

Italian Movie (1993)

A first-generation Italian immigrant works as a male escort to pay gambling debts and support his family.

Postman's Knock (1962)

A postal worker (Spike Milligan) and his girlfriend (Barbara Shelley) are mistaken for mail robbers in London.


Christopher Smith and Merete Mueller chronicle their efforts to construct a mobile home that measures only 120 square feet but contains the comforts of larger houses.

Todas las mujeres (2013)

Nacho, a veterinarian, has to resolve issues with the women in his life.

The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life Of Ethan Green (2005)

A young man named Ethan (Daniel Letterle) is head-over-heels in love with an ex-baseball player (Diego Serrano) who has just revealed in a new book that he is gay. Meanwhile, a former lover (David Monahan) plots to sell Ethan's house, prompting him to enlist the aid of a hot guy (Dean Shelton) and a real-estate agent (Rebecca Lowman) to prevent the sale from going through.

Baghead (2008)

Spurred on by a colleague's success, four struggling filmmakers (Steve Zissis, Ross Partridge, Greta Gerwig, Elise Muller) endeavor to jump-start their careers. Together, they retreat to a cabin in the haunting back woods of Big Bear, California, where they hatch an idea for a new film -- a horror flick about a guy with a bag on his head who torments people. But when romantic interests crisscross and their story comes to life, they find finishing the script may be the least of their concerns.

Freaks In Love (2011)

The underground rock scene of the '80s as experienced by the psychedelic-punk band Alice Donut.

Station Six-Sahara (1963)

Five lonely men are stationed at an international oil rig in the Sahara desert. The leader of the group, the German Kramer (Peter Van Eyck), forms a rivalry with the newest member of the group, another German named Martin. When a car crashes into the station, the workers rescue a beautiful American, Catherine (Carroll Baker), and her jealous husband, Jimmy. Catherine plays with the affections of both Kramer and Martin, making the already tense atmosphere at the base even more strained.

Teheran (1946)

An English newsman (Derek Farr) uncovers a plot by World War II arms merchants to kill President Roosevelt.

Amuck! (1972)

A beautiful American woman poses as a secretary to infiltrate a novelist's home to find out what happened to her lover.

Hope (2014)

During a trip from Cameroon to Europe through the Sahara Desert, Leonard meets Hope, a young Nigerian woman with a shared dream.

Here's the Deal (2013)

Two unemployed friends struggle to provide for their families until they find 10 kilos of cocaine while fishing.

Finche c'è guerra c'è speranza (1975)

Pietro Chiocca (Alberto Sordi) is a happily married plumbing equipment salesman. When he abruptly changes professions and becomes an arms dealer, his fortunes become plentiful, which allows his wife, Silvia (Silvia Monti), and their children to live the high life. Pietro certainly has moral qualms over selling weapons to corrupt and merciless African warlords, but the rewards outweigh the risks. When his family learns the true nature of his business, they must decide between wealth and ethics.

The Mother (2013)

A murdered boar hunter engages in a melancholy conversation with Hermes about fragility, resistance and love.

Legend of the Red Dragon (1994)

Upon returning from a tiring journey, rebellious Shaolin monk Hung Fey Kwun (Jet Li) finds his beloved temple ransacked and its devout residents slaughtered by loyalist goons. Kwun locates his young son -- pint-sized martial artist Hung Man-Ting (Tse Miu) -- and vows to punish those responsible for the devastation. Kwun recruits high-flying criminal Red Bean (Chingmy Yau), and seeks revenge on the traitorous Ma Ling-Yee (Chuen-Hua Chi) and the tyrannical ruling family.

6ft Hick - Notes From The Underground (2010)

The low-budget, high-aggression rock shows of Australia's mangy rockabillies, 6ft Hick.

Inupiluk (2014)

Thomas is forced to host Olee and Adam, two of his father's Inuit friends, in Paris.

The Sum Of Us (1994)

Harry (Jack Thompson), a middle-aged father who suffered through the death of his wife, is ready to get back into dating. Harry shares a home with his gay son, Jeff (Russell Crowe), who is also looking for a serious relationship. Harry and Jeff, who are very close, decide to help each another look for potential partners. Jeff finds a boyfriend who is still in the closet, and Harry begins dating Joyce (Deborah Kennedy). She has a bias against gays, which puts Harry in a tough spot.

Saving Star Wars (2004)

"Star Wars" fans try to deliver a letter to George Lucas.

13 Beloved (2006)

Desperate for money, a man (Krissada Terrence) participates in an underground game where he must complete a series of disturbing tasks.

Contract on Cherry Street (1977)

A policeman devises an unorthodox plan for bringing criminals to justice after his partner is brutally gunned down.

The Shore Break (2014)

Two cousins from a rural community come up with opposing plans to develop their homeland on South Africa's coast.

Honeyboy (1982)

A barrio boxer (Erik Estrada) woos his press agent (Morgan Fairchild) and wins a fixed fight on his way to the middleweight championship.

Casablanca Calling (2014)

A new generation of women in Morocco campaign against early marriage and encourage girls education.

Nothing for Mahala (2013)

A man faces disapproval from his father when he dreams of being a comedian.

Theater in Trance (1981)

Filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder logs appearances at Cologne's "Theatres of the World" festival.

Petey & Ginger (2012)

A filmmaker's friends live a hardscrabble existence in an uncertain economy.

Hard to Get (2014)

A charming local lothario sets his sights on a beautiful stranger.

The Break-In (2016)

Jeff and Melissa, engaged and with a child on the way, notice strange occurrences in their new neighborhood, including a string of robberies. They begin to fear that they'll be next on someone's sinister list.

The Squaw Man (1918)

A wrongly-accused British immigrant finds love in the Old West.

Psychic Killer (1975)

A police detective (Paul Burke) hunts a mama's boy (Jim Hutton) who kills people by meditation.

Desperate Moment (1953)

After confessing to the murder of a British soldier he didn't commit, Simon Van Halder (Dirk Bogarde) escapes prison and sets out to prove his innocence. Reuniting with his girlfriend, Anna (Mai Zetterling), Simon seeks an old mate who had told him that Anna was dead, leading him to falsely confess to the murder. On the run from both German and English investigators, Simon and Anna must find the true murderer and prove Simon's innocence before he is recaptured and thrown back in jail.

Love Thy Neighbor (1940)

Playing off the contrived feud between Jack Benny and Fred Allen, the two funnymen star as themselves in this meta-comedy. When Jack falls for Fred's niece, Mary (Mary Martin), all hell breaks loose as the two men grapple for the upper hand. Mary tries to mend the rift between the men, contriving wild scenarios of life-saving and selflessness, but the periods of agreement are fleeting, as the rivals cannot seem to get along. A series of mad mishaps and confusion follows.

Looking for the Huemul (2012)

Ladislao journeys around the virgin Nirihuau mountain Chain to find a Huemul specimen before they go extinct.

Mysterious Creatures (2006)

Two parents struggle with their adult daughter, who suffers from an unknown ailment that makes her behavior highly erratic, and occasionally destructive.

The Great Gabbo (1929)

The Great Gabbo (Erich von Stroheim) is a mentally unstable ventriloquist who brutally demeans his assistant, Mary (Betty Compson), blaming her for the duo's lack of success. Fed up with his abuse, she quits, only to find herself performing as a dancer in a major stage show featuring Gabbo two years later. Though she is now married to a fellow dancer, Frank (Don Douglas), Gabbo makes a play for her. But when she rejects him, his madness returns, and he begins to speak only through his puppet.

The Tundra Book: A Tale of Vukvukai, the Little Rock (2011)

Vukvukai and his tribe survive on the tundra and take care of a deer herd.

Shadows (2007)

Strange occurrences plague a doctor (Borce Nacev) following a near-fatal car crash.

Hold Back the Night (1956)

A Marine officer (John Payne) goes through Korea with the bottle of Scotch that his wife (Mona Freeman) gave him in the last war.

Nightmare in the Sun (1965)

A hitchhiker (John Derek) sleeps with a rancher's wife (Ursula Andress) and is hunted by the sheriff (Aldo Ray) for her murder.

In Search of the Ultra-Sex (2015)

When a pandemic infects the world's population with infinite lust, the only hope for a cure lies with a group of astronauts on a space mission.

The Cocoanuts (1929)

In an effort to keep his business, Hotel de Cocoanuts, from bankruptcy, owner Hammer (Groucho Marx) flatters and cajoles the wealthy Mrs. Potter (Margaret Dumont), his only paying guest. While Mrs. Potter's daughter, Polly (Mary Eaton), has romantic designs on the hotel clerk, Bob (Oscar Shaw), two other guests compete with Hammer for Mrs. Potter's attentions. Meanwhile, brothers Harpo (Harpo Marx) and Chico (Chico Marx) take advantage of Hammer's inattention to wreak havoc around the hotel.

Andalucia (2008)

Yacine, a Frenchman of Algerian descent, looks for his place in 21st-century France.