Pageant is a 2008 documentary film directed and produced together by Ron Davis and Stewart Halpern. The film explored the behind-the-scenes dramas and realities of the 34th Miss Gay America Contest held in 2004. The film's central theme was the universal desire to be beautiful, noticed and chosen. The film garnered 10 film festival awards before airing on the Sundance Channel in 2010.
Happy Valley (2008)
Memories of a special childhood friend drive the major decisions in a man's (Bart Johnson) life.
Burnt Grass (2014)
A couple's relationship takes an unexpected turn when a strange phenomenon in their backyard allows cloning to take place.
Thread of Lies (2014)
Together with her oldest daughter, a single mother (Kim Hee Ae) tries to understand why her youngest daughter killed herself with no warning.
John and Julie (1955)
John and Julie (1955) is a British comedy film, featuring Peter Sellers and Sid James in early screen roles.
Ming jian (1980)
The Sword is a 1980 Hong Kong wuxia film co-written and directed by Patrick Tam and starring Adam Cheng.
Urban Fruit (2015)
Four residents of Los Angeles start growing their own food.
Marihuana is a 1936 exploitation film directed by Dwain Esper, and written by Esper's wife, Hildagarde Stadie.
Danger on the Air (1938)
Danger on the Air is a 1938 American film directed by Otis Garrett.
My Name Called Bruce (1978)
A kung-fu hero (Bruce Le) recovers a crown jewel in Hong Kong.
Alleluia is a 2014 Belgian-French drama film directed by Fabrice Du Welz. It was screened as part of the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. It received eight nominations at the 6th Magritte Awards, including Best Director for Du Welz.
Cop au Vin (1985)
Chicken with Vinegar (French: Poulet au vinaigre) is a 1985 French crime film directed by Claude Chabrol. It was entered into the 1985 Cannes Film Festival. It is distributed in the USA with the title Cop Au Vin. Chabrol made a sequel in 1986 entitled Inspecteur Lavardin.
The Miracle (2003)
A boy's (Claudio D'Agostino) squabbling parents (Carlo Bruni, Anna Ferruzzo) seek to exploit their son's apparent power to heal the sick.
Life at a series of harsh institutions, including prison, virtually destroys a Gypsy youth's chance for a good future.
Train To Tombstone (1950)
Train to Tombstone is a 1950 American film directed by William Berke.
The Visitor from Planet Omicron (2013)
Frieda Cloiselle (Inge Jaklyn) helps an alien hide from the government after he crash-lands in her backyard.
Some Exercises in Preparation of an Independent Life (1981)
Filmmaker Priit Pärn examines the strained relationship between older and young generations in the former Soviet Union.
The Adventures of RoboRex (2014)
An 11-year-old boy and his beloved golden retriever join forces with a robot dog sent from the future to try to prevent a maniacal professor and his mechanical cat from taking over the world.
Western Mail (1942)
Western Mail is a 1942 American western film directed by Robert Emmett Tansey.
Hot Type: 150 Years Of The Nation (2015)
Filmmaker Barbara Kopple examines the history of "The Nation," the oldest weekly publication in the United States.
Silver City Revisited (1969)
Views from various apartments filmmaker Wim Wenders lived in as a student in Munich.
The Key (2008)
When film students shoot a documentary in a crumbling 100-year-old building, a door is opened to a darker dimension, releasing a lethal demon.
Going Straight (1916)
Going Straight is a 1916 American silent crime drama film directed by C.M. Franklin and S.A. Franklin. The film stars Norma Talmadge and is one of the few films featuring her that still exists.
Inning By Inning: A Portrait Of A Coach (2008)
NCAA baseball coach Augie Garrido leads different schools to national championships.
Wild Horse Mesa (1932)
Wild Horse Mesa is a 1932 American Pre-Code Western film directed by Henry Hathaway and starring Randolph Scott and Sally Blane. Based on the novel Wild Horse Mesa by Zane Grey, the film is about an Arizona rancher who goes after a gang that is trapping and catching wild horses using barbed-wire enclosures. Wild Horse Mesa is a remake of the 1925 Paramount silent film of the same name.
The Man With The Power (1977)
A federal agent (Tim O'Connor) asks the son (Bob Neill) of a man from another planet to guard a Bengalese princess (Persis Khambatta).
Crimson Nights (1999)
A plague of bloodlust turns New York City into a hedonistic hell when Susan is Infected with a deadly virus and is compelled to spread the bug.
A young woman is pursued relentlessly, and her admirer becomes dangerous.
Puli (English: Tiger) is a 2015 Indian Tamil-language fantasy action adventure film written and directed by Chimbu Deven. The film features Vijay in a dual role alongside Shruthi Haasan, Hansika Motwani and Sridevi. Sudeep features as the main antagonist of the film including Prabhu and Nandita Swetha in supporting roles. The film is dubbed into Telugu and Hindi languages simultaneously. Both the Telugu and Hindi versions were released a day later on 2 October 2015. Produced by Vijay's public relations officer Selvakumar, the film has music composed by Devi Sri Prasad, Natarajan Subramaniam as the cinematographer and has T. Muthuraj as the production designer. After beginning pre-production works in early 2013, the film began its shoot in November 2014. The film was released on 1 October 2015 to mixed reviews and was averageat the overseas box office but disaster in domestic box office. The film was appreciated by the film critics as a visual treat but criticized for its screenplay.
Flying Fists (1937)
Flying Fists is a 1937 American film directed by Robert F. Hill. The film is also known as The Last Comeback (American alternative title).
Sweethearts on Parade (1953)
Sweethearts on Parade is a 1953 American drama film directed by Allan Dwan and written by Houston Branch. The film stars Ray Middleton, Lucille Norman, Eileen Christy, Bill Shirley, Estelita Rodriguez and Clinton Sundberg. The film was released on July 15, 1953, by Republic Pictures.
The New Man (2007)
The New Man is a 2007 Swedish drama film directed by Klaus Härö.
Back Street (1941)
Back Street is a 1941 drama film made by Universal Pictures, directed by Robert Stevenson. The film stars Charles Boyer and Margaret Sullavan. It is a remake of the 1932 film of the same name, also from Universal. The film follows the 1931 Fannie Hurst novel and the 1932 film version very closely, in some cases reproducing the earlier film scene-for-scene. It is a sympathetic tale of an adulterous woman and the man she loved.
The 1941 version was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Music (Score of a Dramatic Picture) (Frank Skinner).
Margaret Sullavan so much wanted Charles Boyer to play her leading man that she gave up her top billing in order to persuade him to play this unsympathetic role.
The Lay of the Land (1997)
The Lay of the Land is a 1997 American comedy-drama film written by Mel Shapiro, directed by Larry Arrick and starring Sally Kellerman and Ed Begley Jr. It is based on Shapiro's play of the same name.
Lockdown, USA (2006)
Officials and activists try to repeal the Rockefeller drug laws.
Killer Mccoy (1947)
Killer McCoy is a 1947 American film about a boxer. It is a remake of The Crowd Roars (1938).
Descendants of a crashed spaceship crew shelter in caves to cope with bitterly cold nights and sweltering days. As they live and die in an eight-day span, one boy sets out to find the crashed ship for a way off the desolate planet.
DREAMS REWIRED (2015)
An exploration of the desires and anxieties of today's hyper-connected world using archival material from the last 100 years.
Arcibel's Game (2003)
El juego de Arcibel (English: Arcibel's Game), is a 2003 Argentine drama film co-written and directed by Alberto Lecchi and starring Darío Grandinetti and Diego Torres, among others.
Artists and Models Abroad (1938)
Artists and Models Abroad (UK title: Stranded in Paris) is a 1938 film made by Paramount Pictures directed by Mitchell Leisen, starring Jack Benny and Joan Bennett. The screenplay was written by Ken Englund, Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse.
Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case (1943)
Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case is a 1943 film in the Dr Kildare series. Based on characters created by Max Brand. The third of MGM's Dr. Gillespie series (6 in all) to dispense with the services of Dr. Kildare (Lew Ayres) (8 in all) after Dr. Kildare's Victory (1942).
Mission Mars (1968)
Mission Mars is a 1968 American science fiction film. It was produced by Everett Rosenthal, with a screenplay by Mike St. Clair from a story by Aubrey Wisberg, and directed by Nick Webster.
Hilde's Journey (2004)
A gay carpenter (Oliver Stokowski) is the heir to his former lover's fortune but agrees to give most of it up for the chance to fulfill the man's last wishes.
Who Is KK Downey? (2008)
Who Is KK Downey? is a 2008 comedy film produced in Montreal, Canada.
The plot revolves around two hipster friends who pretend to be a writer with a troubled girl friend.
The film was written and directed by members of the Montreal comedy troupe Kidnapper Films. Several members also act in the film.
The Gentleman Tramp (1976)
This tribute to the comic genius of Charles Chaplin was compiled just after his emotional and overdue Academy Award tribute in 1972. Briefly outlining Chaplin's frequently tempestuous personal life, the film uses newsreel footage, photographs and quotations from Chaplin's autobiography, spoken by Laurence Olivier. Clips from Chaplin's silent shorts and features display his ability to veer from slapstick to pathos in an instant. The film is rounded out by delightful home-movie footage.
The Mischief Makers (1958)
Les Mistons is a short film directed by François Truffaut in 1957. It was his second film after Une Visite in 1955 but it is considered his "first short film of any real consequence". Truffaut simply called it "my first real film". Moreover, it was Bernadette Lafont's film debut. She was at that time Gérard Blain's wife. The film demonstrates already some examples for Truffaut's "trademark tracking shots" and would "help define his style" as well as "set Truffaut on a path for his career". Truffaut's narrative stresses the details of life, hereby establishing one of the traits of the French New Wave. Thus he also became a predecessor of French film directors such as Jean-Pierre Jeunet (Amélie). It has been stated that the formation of the French New Wave could be "tracked through two short films": Jean-Luc Godard's All the Boys Are Called Patrick and Truffaut's Les Mistons. In 2013 the Museum of Modern Art in New York City screened this film together with Truffaut's The 400 Blows.
Thicker Than Water (1999)
Featuring Mack 10, Fat Joe, Ice Cube, and Big Pun, among other hip-hop stars, Thicker than Water is a dramatically-charged story about rival inner-city gang "top dogs" who cooperate amidst a turf war to promote their music
Vengeance of the Deep (1938)
Lovers and Luggers is a 1937 Australian film directed by Ken G. Hall. It is an adventure melodrama about a pianist (Lloyd Hughes) who goes to Thursday Island to retrieve a valuable pearl.
It was retitled Vengeance of the Deep in the USA and United Kingdom.
Thunder in the Desert (1938)
Thunder in the Desert is a 1938 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by George H. Plympton. The film stars Bob Steele, Louise Stanley, Don Barclay, Ed Brady, Charles King and Horace Murphy. The film was released on March 7, 1938, by Republic Pictures.
Bad Reception (2011)
Ben finds a television on the side of the road and in the middle of the night, then the TV turns on, and images of a fanatical priest hell-bent on judging sinners appears.
Magkasangga 2000 (1992)
A band of law enforcers must stop an interplanetary outlaw from killing people on Earth.
It Happens Every Thursday (1953)
It Happens Every Thursday is a 1953 American comedy film directed by Joseph Pevney and starring Loretta Young, John Forsythe and Frank McHugh. It was Loretta Young's final film, as she switched to television work after this point. The film cost $617,085 to make, with Young receiving $75,000 for her appearance.
Marshal of Heldorado (1950)
Master of Heldorado is a 1950 American Western film.
Lucky Luke (1991)
Lucky Luke is a 1991 Italian western comedy film directed by and starring Terence Hill and based on the Belgian comic book of the same name. It is also the pilot episode of the Lucky Luke television series.
It was shot in: Bonanza Creek Ranch and Santa Fe (New Mexico), Zia Pueblo, Valles Caldera National Preserve, White Sands National Monument and La Junta (Colorado), Tucson (Arizona)
Lonely Hearts (1991)
Lonely Hearts is a 1991 American thriller film written and directed by Andrew Lane and starring Eric Roberts and Beverly D'Angelo.
Suicide Battalion (1958)
Suicide Battalion is a 1958 World War II film starring Mike Connors and John Ashley who made the film while on leave from the US Army. It was remade for television by Larry Buchanan as Hell Raiders, which was the original working title of the film.
American International Pictures originally released it as a double feature with Jet Attack.
Rogue Male (1976)
Rogue Male is a 1976 British television film starring Peter O'Toole, based on Geoffrey Household's novel Rogue Male. Made by the BBC, it was adapted by Frederic Raphael, directed by Clive Donner and also stars Alastair Sim, John Standing and Harold Pinter. It was first transmitted on 22 September 1976.
Air Cadet (1951)
Air Cadet (aka Jet Men of the Air in its UK release) is a 1951 American drama war film directed by Joseph Pevney and starring Stephen McNally, Gail Russell, Alex Nicol and Richard Long. Air Cadet featured United States Air Force (USAF) pilots in training along with actors mixed into the training courses. The film had a small early role for 26-year-old Rock Hudson and a scene with future astronaut Gus Grissom.
The Ultimate Legacy (2015)
Jason Stevens continues his journey while helping a friend walk a similar path.
American Songwriter (2012)
The story of songwriter Danny Darst, from his struggles as a poor youth to his ultimate redemption.
The Woman of Rumour (1954)
The Woman in the Rumor is a 1954 black-and-white Japanese film directed by Kenji Mizoguchi.
South of Suez (1940)
South of Suez is a 1940 American drama film directed by Lewis Seiler and starring George Brent, Brenda Marshall and George Tobias. An alleged murder in an African diamond mine haunts a man many years later after he has returned to Britain. The film was made as a programmer by Warner Brothers. It was part of a cycle of British-themed films made by Hollywood studios during the era.
Jimmy Zip (1999)
A 16-year-old pyromaniac and a sculptor team up to bring down an unscrupulous drug dealer.
Christmas Slay (2015)
What begins as a perfect holiday with old friends in the Scottish Highlands becomes a bloodbath of terror as a Santa-obsessed killer descends on the festivities.
Sinatra Being Frank (2015)
A retrospective of the performer from the people who knew him well.
Chronic is a 2015 Franco-Mexican drama film written and directed by Michel Franco. The film stars Tim Roth, alongside a supporting cast featuring Bitsie Tulloch, David Dastmalchian, Tate Ellington, Claire van der Boom, Maribeth Monroe, Robin Bartlett, and Sarah Sutherland.
Chilling Visions: 5 States of Fear (2014)
Five short films: "Ego Death," "Separation," "Mutilation," "Extinction" and "Loss of Autonomy."
Le bleu des villes (1999)
Solange (Florence Vignon) is in a dull marriage and works for the police department of a small French city, writing parking tickets and enduring abuse, and she has fallen into a comfortable low-grade depression. Mylene (Mathilde Seigner), an old friend who has become a celebrity television personality, arrives in town, and the two reconnect. Solange confesses her ambition of becoming a singer, and Mylene's mild words of encouragement convince Solange to travel to Paris to follow her dream.
How to Hook Up Your Home Theater (2007)
How to Hook Up Your Home Theater is a 2007 theatrical cartoon from Walt Disney Animation Studios, directed by Kevin Deters and co-directed by Stevie Wermers-Skelton. This is the first theatrical Goofy solo cartoon short made in 42 years, since Goofy's Freeway Troubles. In the style of Goofy's "Everyman" cartoons of the 1950s, this short follows Goofy as he buys and then sets up his home cinema system, to watch football.
The Electric Chair (1976)
Accused of murder, a man stands trial in a courtroom.
Cuo ai (1994)
A young woman is unaware that her boyfriend is a gangster who is using her to smuggle drugs.
Never Too Late (1935)
Never Too Late is a 1935 American crime film directed by Bernard B. Ray and starring Richard Talmadge, Thelma White and Robert Frazer.
The Last Night Inn (2018)
Stories of desperation, sex and deceit take place in a rundown motel in Los Angeles.
Dyke Hard (2015)
Dyke Hard is a 2014 Swedish comedy film directed by Bitte Andersson. It was screened at the 2014 Stockholm International Film Festival and was shown in the Panorama section of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival. The film was funded by kickstarter.
A struggling actor from New York loses everything to a scam based in South Africa. His two friends convince him to go there to find the con artist; his search goes well at first, then takes a dark turn.
Robert Wise: American Filmmaker (2013)
The life and work of Academy-Award winning director Robert Wise.
Couch (1964) is a feature-length underground film directed by Andy Warhol, and starring Gerard Malanga, Piero Heliczer, Naomi Levine, Gregory Corso, Allen Ginsberg, John Palmer, Baby Jane Holzer, Ivy Nicholson, Amy Taubin, Ondine, Peter Orlovsky, Jack Kerouac, Taylor Mead, Kate Helzicer, Rufus Collins, Joseph LeSeuer, Bingingham Birdie, Mark Lancaster, Gloria Wood, and Billy Name.
Champagne Waltz (1937)
Champagne Waltz (1937) is one of five movies produced by Paramount in the 1930s featuring Gladys Swarthout, a very popular Metropolitan Opera mezzo-soprano. The studio was attempting to build on the popularity of Grace Moore, another opera singer, who had also expanded her talents into movies.
The Executioner of Venice (1963)
The Executioner of Venice (Italian: Il boia di Venezia), also known as Blood of the Executioner, is a 1963 Italian swashbuckler film co-written and directed by Luigi Capuano and starring Lex Barker and Guy Madison.
Keepers of the Light (2010)
Pamela Weaver, a middle-aged woman living in Los Angeles, moves to Texas and subsequently takes a life-changing trip to Peru.
The Offering (2011)
A sheriff is forced into a web of death and intrigue after her daughter is kidnapped by a killer.
Un autre monde (2012)
In 1915, a teen (Niels Schneider) travels to an island to meet his father (Samuel Labarthe) and his new family.
The Scarecrow (1920)
The Scarecrow is a 1920 American two-reel silent comedy film starring Buster Keaton. It was written and directed by Keaton and Edward F. Cline. The runtime is 19 minutes. One of the more memorable scenes of the film is the opening, where Buster and Joe Roberts share a small one room house that is filled with many space- and labor-saving Rube Goldberg-type devices. Later in the film, Keaton tries desperately and comically to outrun and escape Luke the Dog.
Nowhere To Land (2000)
A pilot (Jack Wagner) must safely land a 747 with deadly nerve gas aboard on a flight from Sydney to Los Angeles.
Jerome loses his job and his wife leaves him for another man, and he is left to manage his 11-year-old son's fledgling tennis career.
The Price She Paid (1992)
An ex-convict rapist (Anthony John Denison) legally enters the life of his victim (Loni Anderson) and their 12-year-old son (Coleby Lombardo).
Le coup du berger (1956)
Fool's Mate is a twenty-eight-minute short film directed by Jacques Rivette. It stars Virginie Vitry as a wife cheating on her husband. When her lover buys her a mink coat, the adulterous pair hatch a plan to avoid her husband's questioning the coat's origins.
María Montez: The Movie (2014)
Dominican actress Maria Montez (Celines Toribio) achieves fame and popularity in Hollywood and Europe until her untimely death in 1951.
The Hour Before the Dawn (1944)
The Hour Before the Dawn is a 1944 drama war film directed by Frank Tuttle starring Franchot Tone and Veronica Lake. It was based on the novel by W. Somerset Maugham.
Long-Term Relationship (2006)
Glen is tired of one-night stands and decides to answer an ad placed by Adam, who is looking for a long-term relationship.
You Talkin' to Me? (1987)
A young actor's fascination with Robert De Niro's "Taxi Driver" persona leads him into a morass of strange and obsessional behaviors.
They Came from the Swamp: The Films of William Grefé (2016)
Filmmaker Daniel Griffith explores the career of indie pioneer William Grefé, director of such classics as "Death Curse of Tartu," "Impulse" and "Mako: Jaws of Death."
The Manster (1959)
An American reporter in Japan is given a mysterious injection by a scientist, which turns him into a two-headed monster.
Mike Hammer: Murder Takes All (1989)
Mike Hammer: Murder Takes All is a 1989 mystery crime thriller television film. It starred Stacy Keach, former Wonder Woman actress Lynda Carter, Lindsay Bloom, Don Stroud, Michelle Phillips, Lyle Alzado and the pre-stardom Jim Carrey. It was respectively filmed in New York City, New York and Las Vegas, Nevada. This television film features the Madonna song "Open Your Heart". It has oddly never been released on VHS or DVD.
The Invincible Armour (1977)
Falsely accused of murder by a corrupt official (Jang Lee Hwang), a man (John Liu) uses martial arts to vindicate himself.
Print Generation (1974)
J.J. Murphy's experimental film takes one minute of footage and reprints it 50 times, leading to radical transformations that illustrate perception, time and memory.
Libera (also known as Free) is a 1993 Italian comedy film written and directed by Pappi Corsicato. It consists of three segments, the last of them ("Libera!") was originally a separate short film shot in 1991.
Bengazi is a 1955 American drama film directed by John Brahm and starring Richard Conte, Victor McLaglen and Richard Carlson. Several adventurers hunt for treasure in the desert near the Libyan town of Benghazi.
Absurdistan is a 2008 German-French comedy film written and directed by Veit Helmer.
It formed part of the World Cinema Dramatic Competition at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. It was also entered into the 30th Moscow International Film Festival.
The Blue Parrot (1953)
The Blue Parrot is a low budget 1953 British crime film directed by John Harlow and starring Dermot Walsh, Jacqueline Hill, Ballard Berkeley, Richard Pearson and John Le Mesurier. The film was produced by Stanley Haynes for Act Films Ltd. Jacqueline Hill later became well known for playing Barbara, one of the original companions of BBC TV's Doctor Who.
British crime reporter Percy Hoskins provided the story.