Gumrah (1993)

Gumrah is a 1993 Indian crime drama film directed by Mahesh Bhatt in a screenplay written by Sujit Sen and Robin Bhatt. The film stars Sridevi and Sanjay Dutt in lead roles along with Anupam Kher, Rahul Roy, Reema Lagoo and Soni Razdan in supporting roles.

Re: Born (2016)

Toshiro (Tak ∴, formerly Tak Sakaguchi, Versus), a former special forces operative, now lives a quiet life in the Japanese countryside. Despite his seemingly peaceful existence, Toshiro struggles to contain the destructive impulses that once made him the top soldier in an elite unit of killers. When his former commanding officer, the enigmatic Phantom (Akio Ôtsuka), comes out of the shadows seeking revenge, Toshiro goes on a kill-crazy rampage against a squad of ruthless assassins.

Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary (2017)

Written and directed by critically acclaimed documentary filmmaker John Scheinfeld (The U.S. vs. John Lennon and Who Is Harry Nilsson...?), Chasing Trane is the definitive documentary film about an outside-the-box thinker with extraordinary talent whose boundary-shattering music continues to impact and influence people around the world. This smart, passionate, thought-provoking and uplifting documentary is for anyone who appreciates the power of music to entertain, inspire and transform. The film is produced with the full participation of the Coltrane family and the support of the record labels that collectively own the Coltrane catalog. Set against the social, political and cultural landscape of the times, Chasing Trane brings John Coltrane to life as a fully dimensional being, inviting the audience to engage with Coltrane the man, Coltrane the artist. Featuring never-before-seen Coltrane family home movies, footage of John Coltrane and band in the studio (discovered in a California garage during production of this film), along with hundreds of never-before-seen photographs and rare television appearances from around the world, Coltrane’s incredible story is told by the musicians that worked with him (Sonny Rollins, McCoy Tyner, Benny Golson, Jimmy Heath, Reggie Workman), musicians that have been inspired by his fearless artistry and creative vision (Common, John Densmore, Wynton Marsalis, Carlos Santana, Wayne Shorter, Kamasi Washington), Coltrane’s children and biographers, and by well-known admirers such as President Bill Clinton and philosopher Dr. Cornel West.

Switched for Christmas (2017)

At their obligatory pre-Christmas lunch, estranged identical twins decide to swap lives up until Christmas Day.

A Dream Of Kings (1969)

A Dream of Kings is a 1969 drama film directed by Daniel Mann, adapted from the novel of the same name by Harry Mark Petrakis. It stars Anthony Quinn and Irene Papas. It was nominated for an award at the 1970 Laurel Awards.[citation needed] It was also the final film for Inger Stevens, who committed suicide two months after the film's release, and the first for Radames Pera, who played young Caine on the TV show Kung Fu.

A Fairy's Game (2017)

When Tyler and his little sister Jacq, find a game in their Grandpa’s storage room, they unknowingly release a fairy who transports them to her world. A dark magic is trapped there, and the siblings will have to find a courage they never knew they had if they want to win the game and be granted their greatest wish. But be careful the deals you make with fairies.

The Invader (2011)

The Invader (French: L'envahisseur) is a 2011 French-language Belgian drama film directed by Nicolas Provost. It follows a new immigrant from Africa who arrives in Brussels and encounters numerous ongoings and people. As there is good and bad, so there is the same in the visitor, who may try to be nice or nasty in the place he is in. Kabongo received a Magritte Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.

Divine Intervention (2007)

A hip, young pastor (Wesley Jonathan) tries to impress his new, conservative congregation, especially his predecessor's daughter (Jazmin Lewis), who has lost her faith in God.

Zombie Fight Club (2014)

Two survivors (Andy On, Jessica C) of a zombie attack are forced into a brutal battle against undead gladiators.

The Stakelander (2016)

When his home in New Eden is destroyed by a revitalized Brotherhood and its new Vamp leader, Martin finds himself alone in the badlands of America with only the distant memory of his mentor, the legendary vampire hunter Mister, to guide him. Roaming the wilderness of a steadily decaying country, Martin searches for the one man who can help him exact revenge. Once reunited, Mister and Martin prepare to confront the ravenous Brotherhood and its monstrous overlord. But it’ll take more than the two of them to battle this terrifying new threat, and with the future of humanity hanging in the balance, the stakes are higher than ever before. Reuniting one of horror cinema’s most memorable heroic teams, STAKE LAND II is an epic exploration of a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by bloodthirsty vamps and social collapse, where only the strongest survive.

Only God Can Judge Me (2018)

Spy Time (2015)

Anacleto: agente secreto ("Anacleto: secret agent")/Spy Time is a 2015 Spanish Eurospy action comedy film based on the characters from the comic book series of the same name created by Manuel Vázquez Gallego. It was directed by Javier Ruiz Caldera and stars Imanol Arias as the title character.

Hurry Up, or I'll Be 30 (1973)

Hurry Up, or I'll Be 30 (also known as I Am Waiting No More) is a 1973 film starring John Lefkowitz, Linda De Coff, and Danny DeVito. The film was directed by Joseph Jacoby. This film is one of several critically acclaimed low-budget films of the 1970s. The picture had its official New York City theatrical release, presented by Joseph E. Levine, in November 1973 to high national critical acclaim, with noted film critic Vincent Canby of The New York Times calling it "A wryly affectionate portrait of a younger 'Marty'." In December 2009, The New York Times re-printed Vincent Canby's 1973 review in a piece that selected 3 pictures from the 1970s. In 2009 the copyright owners of the picture, Jacoby Entertainment, Ltd., were alerted to the circulation of unauthorized and sub-standard DVDs in the marketplace, appearing under the name of I Am Waiting No More. The unlicensed copies featured a pilfered photograph of Danny DeVito taken from a different source at a much later time. The disseminators of the illegal DVDs were identified by the picture's copyright owner and were successfully sued in California civil court.

The Darkroom (2006)

After escaping from an asylum, an amnesiac (Reed Diamond) befriends a teen (Shawn Pyfrom) and begins to piece together his identity.

Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas (1994)

Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas is the series finale for Saved by the Bell: The College Years. It was presented as a two-hour television movie that originally aired on NBC in 1994. When aired in syndication, it is commonly split into two double-length episodes. TBS aired the episodes as four standard episodes, but because TBS aired a two-hour block of Saved by the Bell every weekday morning, all four episodes typically air consecutively.

The Obsession of Billy Botski (1980)

A young man meets his obsession, a Playboy bunny named Connie, and is never the same.

The Triangle (2001)

The Triangle is a 2001 thriller television movie directed by Lewis Teague and starring Luke Perry and Dan Cortese. Released on August 13, 2001, it was filmed in Barbados and Canada.

Love Begins at Twenty (1936)

Love Begins at 20 is a 1936 American comedy film directed by Frank McDonald and written by Dalton Trumbo and Tom Reed, based on the 1929 play Broken Dishes by Martin Flavin. The film stars Hugh Herbert, Patricia Ellis, Warren Hull, Hobart Cavanaugh, Dorothy Vaughan and Clarence Wilson. The film was released by Warner Bros. on August 22, 1936.

Cell 2455, Death Row (1955)

Cell 2455, Death Row is a 1955 film based on the prison memoir of death row inmate Caryl Chessman. The film was directed by Fred F. Sears and stars William Campbell as the adult "Whit Whittier" and Robert Wright Campbell as "Whit" (Chessman) as a boy. Chessman's birth name was Carol Whittier Chessman. The film, while following the book closely, carries the disclaimer "The characters and incidents portrayed and the names used herein are fictitious and any similarity to the name, character or history of any person is entirely accidental and unintentional".

Morning Star (2014)

After a terrible and bloody war, a knight has to overcome black magic and terrifying creatures to return home.

Hold Back the Dawn (1941)

Hold Back the Dawn is a 1941 romantic film in which a Romanian gigolo marries an American woman in Mexico in order to gain entry to the United States, but winds up falling in love with her. It stars Charles Boyer, Olivia de Havilland, Paulette Goddard, Victor Francen, Walter Abel, Curt Bois and Rosemary DeCamp. The movie was adapted by Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder from the book by Ketti Frings. It was directed by Mitchell Leisen. It was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Actress in a Leading Role (Olivia de Havilland), Best Writing, Screenplay, Best Art Direction-Interior Decoration, Black-and-White, Best Cinematography, Black-and-White, and Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic Picture.

Casualties (1997)

A policeman's battered wife (Caroline Goodall) seeks help from a man (Mark Harmon) in her cooking class, who has hidden problems of his own.

Ramta Jogi (2015)

Ramta Jogi is a 2015 Indian Punjabi-language romance film directed by Guddu Dhanoa and produced by Vijay Singh Dhanoa under banner Vijayta Films & I`MPossible Films. It stars Deep Sidhu, Ronica Singh, Rahul Dev, Girish Sahdev, Zafar Dhilon and Anil Grover. The movie is a remake of 2004 Tamil movie Kaadhal.

My Six Convicts (1952)

My Six Convicts is an American 1952 comedy-drama film adapted from the autobiographical book written by Donald Powell Wilson. The film was adapted for the screen by screenwriter Michael Blankfort and directed by Hugo Fregonese who was nominated for the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures.

The 49th Man (1953)

The 49th Man is a 1953 American thriller film released by Columbia Pictures, directed by Fred F. Sears and starring John Ireland, Richard Denning, Suzanne Dalbert, Peter Marshall, Robert Foulk and Mike Connors (credited as "Touch Conners"). The Cold War thriller was based on a story by Ivan Tors and the screenplay written by Harry Essex. The film's title is a cryptic reference to the men in the film hired to smuggle 48 nuclear weapons components into the United States as part of a secret war game and the unexpected 49th man, using the war game as cover, smuggling in a real atom bomb as part of a plot to destroy an American city.

Awakened (2014)

Awakened is a 2013 drama/thriller film by Joycelyn Engle and Arno Malarone. The film stars Award-winning actress Julianne Michelle (Family Prayers, The House is Burning) as Samantha, who returns to her hometown believing that her father murdered her mother years ago. In her exhausting search for the truth about her young mother's untimely death 14 years earlier, Samantha receives help from beyond the grave.

Carlita's Secret (2004)

“Carlita's Secret” is a hot and sexy thriller about a young innocent girl named Carlita who dreams of becoming a Broadway dancer in New York, but finds her dreams shattered due to a deadly past. One night, at a Miami nightclub she is caught in the middle of a gunfight and is blamed for a murder she didn't commit. When running from the police, she changes her name and identity until she is able to prove her innocence without getting killed in the process. This action packed thriller, features Eva Longoria (Desperate Housewives, Young & the Restless) and Alejandra Gutierrez (Playboy Playmate).

Captain Webb (2015)

With an impressive mustache, some brandy and a wool swimsuit, Captain Matthew Webb successfully swims across the English Channel in 1875.

Conversations with My Gardener (2007)

Conversations with My Gardener (French: Dialogue avec mon jardinier) is a 2007 French film directed by Jean Becker.

Bachaana (2016)

Bachaana is a 2016 Pakistani romantic thriller film starring Mohib Mirza and Sanam Saeed. It was directed by Nasir Khan and produced by Rizwan Saeed. The film was released worldwide on 26 February 2016 under the production banner Big Film Entertainment.

A Dangerous Arrangement (2015)

Shortly after their initial meeting, the lives of two women spin out of control thanks to a night of drug-fueled partying.

The Bastard (1978)

The Bastard is a 1978 American two-part, four-hour made-for-television drama film based on the historical novel, The Bastard, written by John Jakes, originally published in 1974. It is the first story in a series known as The Kent Family Chronicles or the American Bicentennial Series. The novel mixes fictional characters with historical events or people, to tell the story of the United States of America in the time period leading up to the American Revolution. The novel was adapted into this four-hour television film in May 1978.

Chal Pichchur Banate Hain (2012)

Chal Pichchur Banate Hain is a Hindi family comic drama film, the debut film of writer and director Pritish Chakraborty. The film was released all over on 7 September 2012. The film explores themes like rampant copy paste in the film industry, the lack of originality in ideas, the prevailing star system alongside the unending passion of a true cinema lover through the journey of a young MBA who quits everything and goes against everyone in order to pursue his dream of becoming a filmmaker. The film was written and directed by Chakraborty, music is by Gaurav Dagaonkar, cinematography is by Hari Nair while the film is edited by debutante editor Amardeep Singh Khichi.

So This Is Romance? (1997)

Though pining for a former girlfriend (Victoria Smurfit), an unhappy Briton (Reece Dinsdale) takes a trip with an attractive Frenchwoman (Clara Bellar).

Stray Cat Rock: Wild Jumbo (1970)

Stray Cat Rock: Wild Jumbo or Alleycat Rock: Wild Jumbo is a 1970 Japanese film directed by Toshiya Fujita. It is the second of the five "Nora neko rokku" low budget exploitation films begun by Alleycat Rock: Female Boss.

Virtue (1932)

Virtue is a 1932 Pre-Code American romance film starring Carole Lombard and Pat O'Brien.

Breakout (1959)

Danger Within is a 1959 British war film set in a prisoner of war camp in Northern Italy during the summer of 1943. A combination of POW escape drama and whodunnit, the movie is based upon the novel Death in Captivity by Michael Gilbert, who had been a prisoner of war, held by the Italians.

How To Tell You're A Douchebag (2016)

When a controversial blogger from New York messes with the wrong woman, he gets in trouble.

Devil's Partner (1961)

Devil's Partner is a 1958 American film directed by Charles R. Rondeau and produced by Hugh Hooker, an actor and stuntman who had previously made the 1958 film The Littlest Hobo. However the film was not released until 1961 when it was acquired by Roger and Gene Corman's Filmgroup as a double feature with Creature from the Haunted Sea The film was co-written by actor Stanley Clements.

Convict 762 (1997)

A spaceship captain (Shannon Sturges) and her female crew land on a penal colony where prisoners seem to have vanquished guards.

The Doll that Took the Town (1957)

La donna del giorno (lit. The Woman of the Day, released in the USA as The Doll That Took the Town) is a 1956 Italian drama film starring Virna Lisi, Haya Harareet and Franco Fabrizi. It is directed by Francesco Maselli and tells the story of a struggling model who concocts a story of being raped and beaten by three strangers and soon becomes a media darling. Complications arise when the police eventually arrest three suspects.

Deception (2008)

Deception is a 2008 American crime thriller film directed by Marcel Langenegger and written by Mark Bomback. It stars Ewan McGregor, Hugh Jackman, and Michelle Williams. The film was released on April 25, 2008 in the United States.

The Sleepwalker (2014)

Shocking family secrets shatter a woman’s quiet country life in this psychosexual thriller. Young couple Kaia (Gitte Witt) and Andrew (Christopher Abbott) spend their days restoring her family’s sprawling rural estate. Their peace is upended one night when Kaia’s emotionally disturbed sister Christine (Stephanie Ellis) shows up unexpectedly, followed by her distraught boyfriend (Brady Corbet). As Christine’s behavior grows increasingly unhinged—including an unsettling incident of sleepwalking—long-buried traumas resurface. With a haunting score by Sondre Lerche, director Mona Fastvold keeps the tension mounting as this provocative nerve-jangler reaches fever pitch.

Surviving Gilligan's Island: The Incredibly True Story of the Longest Three Hour Tour in History (2001)

Surviving Gilligan's Island: The Incredibly True Story of the Longest Three-Hour Tour in History is a 2001 American made-for-television docudrama film based on the 1964–1967 television sitcom Gilligan's Island.

Santa vs. the Snowman 3D (1997)

Santa vs. the Snowman 3D is a half-hour computer-animated short, created by Steve Oedekerk and produced by O Entertainment. Originally made as a television special, the film was later presented in IMAX 3D theaters during the holiday seasons of 2002–2006. It was released on DVD by Universal Pictures. The package included 3D glasses, and the program offered optional 2D or 3D viewing. Despite three bonus features including an interactive game narrated by Oedekerk, the DVD lacked any kind of featurette or commentary.

Let the Lion Roar (2014)

This look at the early days of the Christian church uses recreations of history to describe the church's true identity.

Free The Nipple (2014)

Free the Nipple is a 2014 American comedy-drama independent film directed by Lina Esco and written by Hunter Richards. Esco created the film to draw public attention to the issue of gender equality and encourage discussion over what she perceived as America's glorification of violence and repression of sexuality. When in post-production during February 2014, the film was picked up for distribution by Paris-based WTFilms.

The Long Dark Hall (1951)

The Long Dark Hall is a 1951 British (Brit-noir), mystery, suspense, courtroom-drama, crime film directed by Reginald Beck and Anthony Bushell and starring Rex Harrison, Lilli Palmer and Raymond Huntley. It was based on a novel A Case to Answer by Edgar Lustgarten. It was made at Walton Studios.

Bullfighter (2000)

Framed for murder, a drifter (Olivier Martinez) goes on the run to elude a horde of assassins.

Godless (2016)

Driven by her morphine addiction, a nurse steals ID cards from her elderly patients and sells them on the black market. Isolated and detached from her environment, she struggles to overcome her emotional void.

Mad World (2016)

Mad World is a 2016 Hong Kong drama film directed by Wong Chun and starring Shawn Yue, Eric Tsang, Elaine Jin and Charmaine Fong. It is Wong's directorial debut. It was selected as the Hong Kong entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 90th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

The Beautiful Days of Aranjuez (2016)

The Beautiful Days of Aranjuez (French: Les Beaux Jours d'Aranjuez) is a 2016 drama film directed by Wim Wenders. It is based on the 2012 play Die schönen Tage von Aranjuez by Peter Handke. It was selected to compete for the Golden Lion at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival.

Austerlitz (2016)

Austerlitz is a 2016 German documentary film written and directed by Sergei Loznitsa. It premiered out of competition at the 73rd edition of the Venice Film Festival. It deals with the Holocaust through the eyes of the visitors to Nazi death camps.

Beauties of the Night (2017)

Beauties of the Night (in Spanish Bellas de noche) is a 2016 Mexican documentary film. It is the first production of the filmmaker María José Cuevas. The film shows a glimpse of the glory, sunset and resurgence of five of the main showgirls (vedettes) that triumphed in Mexico in the decades of the 1970s and 1980s.

Little Gandhi (2016)

Little Gandhi is a 2016 Syrian documentary film directed by Sam Kadi. It was selected as the Syrian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 90th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated. It was the first time Syria had sent a film for consideration for the Best Foreign Language film.

Chor Machaye Shor (1974)

Chor Machaye Shor is a 1974 Hindi movie produced by N. N. Sippy and directed by Ashok Roy. The film stars Shashi Kapoor, Mumtaz, Danny Denzongpa, Madan Puri and Asit Sen. Asrani earned a Filmfare nomination for best performance in a comic role, the only nomination for the film. The music is by Ravindra Jain. The film became a "superhit" and earned the second spot at the box office in 1974. Because of the film's success, the film's producer, cast and music composer teamed up again for Fakira (1976), which also became a box office hit. "Le Jayenge Le Jayenge" is a very popular song from the film, which had a key tagline that Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge turned into a later blockbuster film title.

All Through the House (2015)

All Through the House is a 2015 American holiday horror slasher film written and directed by Todd Nunes (Death Ward 13) and produced by The Readmond Company (Los Angeles, California). The movie had its world premiere on 31 October 2015 at the RIP Film Festival (Hollywood, California), where it also won Best Slasher, Best Editing, and the Audience Choice Award. All Through the House stars Ashley Mary Nunes, Jessica Cameron, and Jennifer Wenger. The 95 minute film was shot in 21 days in the summer of 2014 in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Lake Arrowhead, California. On October 4, 2016 the film was released on iTunes and other Video On Demand platforms by Gravitas Ventures.

Mattress Men (2016)

Two friends try to make a mattress salesman into an Internet star.

Uspomene 677 (2011)

A haunting profile of the 20-year legacy left over from the Bosnian War.

24x36: A Movie About Movie Posters (2017)

24x36: A Movie About Movie Posters is a documentary that explores the birth, death and recent resurrection of illustrated movie poster art. Through interviews with key art personalities from the past four decades, director Kevin Burke’s film aims to answer the question: What happened to the illustrated movie poster, why did it disappear, and what’s brought it back? 24x36 features interviews with iconic artists David Byrd, Roger Kastel, and William Stout; contemporary designers including Daniel Danger, Tim Doyle, Justin Erickson, Gary Pullin, Paige Reynolds, Akiko Stehrenberger and Tom Whalen; gallery owners and creative directors like Mondo’s Rob Jones and Mitch Putnam, and Hollywood Canteen’s Mike Orlando; and filmmakers like Joe Dante.

Aloys (2016)

Aloys is a 2016 Swiss drama film directed by Tobias Nölle. It was shown in the Panorama section at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival.

Fashionista (2016)

A woman co-owns a vintage clothing store in Austin, Texas, with her husband. When she discovers he is having an affair, she throws caution to the wind and has an affair herself with a suave, mysterious pick-up from a bar. The man, in true thriller fashion, turns out to be way more dangerous than she ever bargained for.

Attack of the Killer Refrigerator (1990)

A refrigerator goes on a killing spree after teenagers abuse it.

Dry Blood (2017)

In a rural mountain town, an unstable drug addict must unravel a surreal murder mystery as he's terrorized by malevolent ghosts, a deranged sheriff and the frightening hallucinations from his withdrawal.

A Beginner's Guide to Snuff (2017)

2 brothers decide to make most convincing pseudo-snuff film EVER and decide not to tell the Victim that it’s “staged” – of course the brothers whole plan goes south – as they picked the wrong victim and soon find the tables turned on them!!

Nobody's Wife (1937)

Nobody's Wife is a 1937 Mexican drama film directed by Adela Sequeyro.

Vegas Baby (2017)

Courtesy of a Las Vegas fertility clinic, a YouTube-based competition offers a free round of in vitro fertilization. Through this controversial contest, the complexities of America's burgeoning fertility industry are explored.

Forbidden Passage (1941)

Forbidden Passage is a 1941 American short crime film directed by Fred Zinnemann. It was nominated for an Academy Award at the 14th Academy Awards for Best Short Subject (Two-Reel).

Blossom Seeley and Bennie Fields (1927)

Blossom Seeley and Bennie Fields perform three songs: "Hello Mr. Bluebird," Irving Berlin's "The Call of the South" and "(A Pretty Spanish Town) On a Night Like This."

Dragon's Claws (1979)

An exiled member of the Dragon boxing sect challenges the current leader to a duel.

The Adventurers (2017)

In this slick, high-stakes action-adventure, the world's top thieves—the infamous and charismatic Zhang Dan (Andy Lau), his former partner in crime, Chen Xiao-Po (Yo Yang), and beautiful chameleon Red Ye (Shu Qi)—join forces to pull off the heist of a lifetime. But when they find themselves pursued across Europe by a legendary French detective (Jean Reno), they’ll have to take their game to the next level.

Mixed Messages (2017)

A 36-year-old lesbian from London navigates Berlin's treacherous alternative scene.

Blood Money (2017)

Blood Money is a 2017 action thriller film directed by Lucky McKee and written by Jared Butler and Lars Norberg. The film stars John Cusack, Ellar Coltrane, Willa Fitzgerald and Jacob Artist. It follows three friends who find a bag of money in the woods and must outwit a criminal (Cusack) who's looking for it. The film was released by Saban Films on October 13, 2017.

Hollow in the Land (2017)

With her father in jail and her mother absent, Alison Miller is the matriarch of the family watching over her only sibling Brandon. On the anniversary of their father’s crimes, their family is pushed to its limits: a dead man has been found in a trailer park and Brandon is missing from the scene of the crime. In a race against time, Alison must find Brandon and unearth the truth before he ends up behind bars or inside a casket. But the harder she looks, the more people turn up dead, and Alison soon becomes a suspect herself. On the brink of losing everything and living up to the Miller stigma, she is desperate to reveal the truth, but secrets get buried deep in this town and if she’s not careful, she’ll get buried with them.

The Soul of Success: The Jack Canfield Story (2017)

The Soul of Success: The Jack Canfield Story follows the extraordinary and transformative life and career of Jack Canfield, world renowned entrepreneur, professional speaker, and best-selling author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series of books. Jack's journey takes him from childhood poverty in West Virginia to Harvard University, from teaching in Chicago's inner city public schools to sharing the stage with Oprah Winfrey and the President of the United States. Throughout, Jack's kindness and compassion drives him to help others live a life of success, gratitude, and joy.

The Better Half (2015)

After she dies in a freak gym accident, a seemingly perfect mother and wife is surprised to find herself in purgatory. Her guardian angel gives her one last chance, splitting her soul into two opposite halves that return to Earth.

Forbidden Games: The Justin Fashanu Story (2017)

A professional soccer player comes out as gay.

A Midsummer Night's Dream (1982)

In this film version of Adrian Noble's inventive staging of Shakespeare's classic play, a young boy (Osheen Jones) dreams all that follows. While the Duke of Athens and the Queen of the Amazons prepare to marry, the King and Queen of the Fairies bicker. Four young lovers have their tangled romances further complicated by fairy magic. Meanwhile, a band of amateur actors rehearses a play in the enchanted forest, until one of them, Nick Bottom (Desmond Barrit), is transformed into a half-donkey.

Love Etc. (2011)

Filmmaker Jill Andresevic chronicles five stories of love in the New York metropolitan area, including a couple planning a traditional Indian wedding and two long-married songwriters.

The Shadow (1933)

The Shadow is a 1933 British mystery film directed by George A. Cooper and starring Henry Kendall, Elizabeth Allan and Felix Aylmer.

One Angry Man (2010)

One Angry Man is a 2010 film starring Jackie Mason and directed by Peter LeDonne and Steven Moskovic.

Mongkok Story (1996)

Mongkok Story is a 1996 Hong Kong film directed by Wilson Yip.

Hell Ship Mutiny (1957)

Hell Ship Mutiny is a 1957 American South Seas film directed by Lee Sholem and Elmo Williams starring Jon Hall who also produced and narrated the film. It is a compilation of a 1955 unsold television pilot Knight of the South Seas. Hall's father Felix Locher plays the role of a native chief

In Search of Haydn (2012)

Interpretations of his music by contemporary musicians reveal the life and work of composer Joseph Haydn.

Dr. M (1990)

Dr. M. is a 1990 film co-written and directed by Claude Chabrol. The film is a remake of 1922's Fritz Lang's Dr. Mabuse the Gambler, which was in turn based on Mabuse der Spieler by Norbert Jacques.

Here Come the Huggetts (1948)

Here Come the Huggetts is a 1948 British film, the first of the Huggetts series, about a working class English family. All three films in the series were directed by Ken Annakin and released by Gainsborough Pictures. Jack Warner and Kathleen Harrison headed the cast as factory worker Joe Huggett and his wife Ethel (the couple had been introduced a year earlier in the film Holiday Camp), with Petula Clark, Jane Hylton and Susan Shaw as their young daughters (all with the same first names as the actresses portraying them) and Amy Veness as their opinionated grandmother. Although the plot lines of this film and its sequels, Vote for Huggett and The Huggetts Abroad (both 1949), were slight – revolving around such trivialities as a flighty cousin (Diana Dors), the installation of a telephone, an incursion into municipal politics and an excursion to South Africa with a diamond smuggler as a fellow passenger – they were the type of light comedies that found favour with British audiences still recovering from the impact of the Second World War. Clark, who began her career as a child vocalist on BBC Radio, sang the tune "Walking Backwards" in the film.

Speakeasy (2002)

After being randomly brought together in a minor car accident, two strangers, Bruce Hickman and Frank Marnikov, develop a friendship based on their shared relationship with a deaf man. This common bond will lead them down a new path of personal awakening and force them to each confront secrets buried in the past.

Assassin's Bullet (2012)

When an unknown vigilante begins killing high-priority terrorists from America’s Most Wanted list in Europe, a former FBI field agent is brought in by the US Ambassador to discover the identity of the assassin.

Tumbleweeds (1925)

Tumbleweeds is a 1925 American Western film starring and produced by William S. Hart. It depicts the Cherokee Strip land rush of 1893. The film is said to have influenced the Oscar-winning 1931 Western Cimarron, which also depicts the land rush. The 1939 Astor Pictures' re-release of Tumbleweeds includes an 8-minute introduction by the then 75-year-old Hart as he talks about his career and the "glories of the old west." Tumbleweeds was Hart's last movie.

Buffalo Bill Rides Again (1947)

Buffalo Bill Rides Again is a 1947 American film starring Richard Arlen. It was also known as Return of Buffalo Bill.

Chosen Survivors (1974)

Chosen Survivors is a 1974 science fiction/horror film directed by Sutton Roley and starring Alex Cord and Jackie Cooper.

Lamb (1986)

Lamb is a 1985 British drama film, directed by Colin Gregg and starring Liam Neeson, Hugh O'Conor and Ian Bannen. The film is based on the novel by Bernard MacLaverty, who also wrote the screenplay.

Overseas (1990)

Living with their family in post-World War II Algeria, three aristocratic sisters of French background slowly come into their own. Though the youngest sibling, Gritte (Marianne Basler), remains determined to stay single and becomes a nurse, her sisters each get married. Zon (Nicole Garcia) weds a sailor (Philippe Galland), but his frequent absences strain their relationship, while Malene (Brigitte Roan) toils away on a farm with little help from her husband (Yann Dedet).

Triple Trouble (1948)

The Great War (2007)

The Great War is a CBC television film documenting Canadian participation in the First World War. The film stars writer-director and award-winning documentarian Brian McKenna, Michael Rudder, and future Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau — who became the official Liberal candidate for the Papineau, Quebec in April 2007 — portraying his fifth cousin, twice removed, Major Talbot Papineau. The film aired in two parts on Canadian television during the 90th Anniversary of the Vimy Ridge battle, on April 8th and 9th, 2007.

The Realm (2018)

The Realm (Spanish: El reino) is a 2018 Spanish thriller film directed by Rodrigo Sorogoyen. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival.

Slave (2012)

Hasret: Sehnsucht (2015)

Nymph (2014)

The Third Wish (2012)