The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya (2010)

The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya (涼宮ハルヒの消失, Suzumiya Haruhi no Shōshitsu) is a 2010 Japanese animated film based on the fourth Haruhi Suzumiya light novel of the same name written by Nagaru Tanigawa. It is produced by Kyoto Animation, written by Fumihiko Shimo and directed by Tatsuya Ishihara and Yasuhiro Takemoto. It was released in Japanese theaters on February 6, 2010 and on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on December 18, 2010. The film has been licensed by Bandai Entertainment in North America and Manga Entertainment in the UK. With a length of 162 minutes, the film is the second-longest animated film ever made (only surpassed by Final Yamato).

Primal (2010)

Primal is a 2010 Australian horror film directed by Josh Reed, and starring Zoe Tuckwell-Smith, Krew Boylan, Lindsay Farris, and Wil Traval.

El pájaro de la felicidad (1993)

The Bird of Happiness (Spanish: El pájaro de la felicidad) is a 1993 Spanish drama film directed by Pilar Miró. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival.

Harold's Going Stiff (2011)

Harold suffers form a disease that slowly causes him to become a zombie.

Deadfall Trail (2009)

Three men enter the Kaibab National Forest to hike and after a week things take a disastrous turn.

Outlaws of the Rio Grande (1941)

Outlaws of the Rio Grande is a 1941 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by George H. Plympton. The film stars Tim McCoy, Virginia Carpenter, Charles King, Ralph Peters, Karl Hackett and Rex Lease. The film was released on February 26, 1941, by Producers Releasing Corporation.

Movie Star, American Style or; LSD, I Hate You (1966)

Movie Star, American Style or; LSD, I Hate You is a 1966 American film directed by Albert Zugsmith starring Del Moore.

Nothing Personal (1980)

Socially conscious university professor Roger Keller (Donald Sutherland) becomes determined to protect baby seals after seeing footage of the cute little mammals being killed. Enlisting lovely lawyer Abigail Adams (Suzanne Somers) to take up his new cause, Roger tries to get the attention of government officials. As Roger and Abigail press forward with their crusade, they begin a romance. However, even with things going well, can they triumph over their tough corporate opponent (Lawrence Dane) ?

Girl from La Mancha (1963)

Dulcinea is a 1963 Spanish drama film directed by Vicente Escrivá, and based on the play by Gaston Baty. It stars Millie Perkins, Cameron Mitchell and Folco Lulli. It won the 1963 Best Film CEC Award at Spain's Cinema Writers Circle Awards, and was selected as the Spanish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 35th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Men in the City (2009)

Men in the City (German: ''Männerherzen''; "Men's Hearts") is a 2009 German comedy film directed by Simon Verhoeven with Christian Ulmen, Nadja Uhl and Wotan Wilke Möhring. The film was followed by ''Männerherzen… und die ganz ganz große Liebe in 2011.

Guess What Happened to Count Dracula? (1970)

An aspiring actor offers his girlfriend to Dracula, owner of a prominent Hollywood disco, in exchange for success.

Beverly Hood (1999)

Members of a Southern black family have trouble adjusting after winning the lottery and moving to Beverly Hills.

Aakrosh (1980)

Aakrosh is a 1980 Hindi arthouse film directed by Govind Nihalani and written by Marathi playwright Vijay Tendulkar. The film starred Naseeruddin Shah, Om Puri and Amrish Puri in lead roles and went to win 1980 National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi and several Filmfare Awards.

Îles flottantes (2001)

A group of 30-something friends' lives are complicated by love triangles and interpersonal drama. At the center are two relationships: Kaat (Maria Kraakman) and Max (Leopold Witte), who just broke up, and the seemingly happier Isa (Halina Reijn) and Christophe (Kuno Bakker). However, Kaat and Christophe had a secret fling, and when Kaat learns she's pregnant, she doesn't know who the father is. She eventually confides in her friend Sacha (Manja Topper), who urges her to tell both men the truth.

Hot Hot Hot (2011)

Hot Hot Hot is a 2011 Luxembourg-Austrian-Belgian co-production film directed by Beryl Koltz.

Baseball, Dennis & The French (2011)

Paul Croshaw, a long-time liberal activist, amazes his friends and family by becoming a church-going conservative Christian after years of listening to radio host Dennis Prager.

The Gay Senorita (1945)

The Gay Senorita is a 1945 American comedy-drama film directed by Arthur Dreifuss, which stars Jinx Falkenburg, Jim Bannon, and Steve Cochran.

Blood Beat (1983)

A young woman travels to rural Wisconsin to meet her boyfriend's family and a samurai warrior's spirit possesses her body to go on a bloody killing spree.

Wild Wheels (1992)

Documentarian Harrod Blank, son of acclaimed filmmaker Les Blank and foremost expert on the art car phenomenon, examines the obsession that drives him and others to modify automobiles and motorcycles into fanciful vehicular monstrosities such as the Wrought Iron VW Bug, the Hippomobile or the Cowasaki. Profiling dozens of unusual art car creations, along with their eccentric owners, Blank provides a unique look inside a bizarre yet charming automotive subculture.

Doodlebug (1997)

Doodlebug is a 1997 short psychological thriller film by Christopher Nolan.

All Our Desires (2011)

All Our Desires (French: Toutes nos envies) is a 2011 French drama film directed by Philippe Lioret. Marie Gillain was nominated for the Magritte Award for Best Actress for her role.

Jean Charles (2009)

Jean Charles is a 2009 British-Brazilian feature film depicting the life of Jean Charles de Menezes, the Brazilian immigrant wrongly shot dead by the Metropolitan Police at Stockwell tube station in London on 22 July 2005, after being mistaken for a terrorist. The film was directed by Henrique Goldman and received its international premiere at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival. Selton Mello stars as Jean Charles with many of the other roles played by the actual friends and family of Jean Charles de Menezes. Award winning director Stephen Frears was an executive producer for the film.

Painless (2012)

Painless, also known under its original title of Insensibles, is a 2012 fantasy horror film and the feature film directorial debut of Juan Carlos Medina. The film is a joint production between Spain, France, and Portugal and had its world premiere on 8 September 2012 at the Toronto International Film Festival. Painless is set in Catalonia and follows two different story lines, one set during the Spanish Civil War and one set in the modern day.

Gangland (1998)

A brutal feud erupts after a group of urban teenagers botches a drug deal.

The Way Bobby Sees It (2008)

Though he is legally blind, competitive mountain-biker Bobby McMullen is determined to navigate the most demanding downhill course in the country.

Psycho à Go-Go (1967)

Blood of Ghastly Horror is a 1972 horror film directed by Al Adamson and starring John Carradine. Much of the footage in the film was previously released in 1965 as part of a crime thriller feature entitled Psycho A-Go-Go. Prior to this in 1966 additional footage was added and the film was re-released as The Fiend with the Electronic Brain. New footage was shot for the 1972 version in an effort to introduce more horror and science fiction elements.

Boogievision (1977)

A struggling filmmaker shoots a cheap-jack science-fiction movie for his girlfriend's father, a porn producer who demands countless changes to the finished product.

Bane (2008)

Imprisoned in an underground cell, four women become part of a madman's gruesome experiment.

Frenzy (1945)

Latin Quarter is a 1945 British thriller, which was directed by Vernon Sewell and stars Derrick De Marney, Joan Greenwood and Beresford Egan. The film is an adaptation of the play L'Angoisse by Pierre Mills and C. Vylars. It was Sewell's second film version of the story, following The Medium in 1934. It was made by British National Films at their studios in Elstree.

Border Fence (1951)

Cattle rustlers find the perfect cover for their crimes by hiring on with a former cohort now working on his sister's ranch.

The Man with the Balloons (1965)

Break Up (Italian: L'uomo dei cinque palloni and also known as The Man with the Balloons) is a 1965 Italian comedy film directed by Marco Ferreri.

The Wild Party (1956)

The Wild Party is a 1956 American crime film directed by Harry Horner and written by John McPartland. The film stars Anthony Quinn, Carol Ohmart, Arthur Franz, Jay Robinson, Kathryn Grant, Nehemiah Persoff and Paul Stewart. The film was released December 21, 1956, by United Artists.

In Therapy (2009)

A dissatisfied housewife (Llia Cabral) discusses her problems with a therapist.

The House of a Thousand Candles (1936)

The House of a Thousand Candles is a 1936 American film.

Brothers (1930)

Brothers is a 1930 American Pre-Code crime film directed by Walter Lang.

State of Emergency (2011)

State of Emergency is a 2011 American horror film written and directed by Turner Clay. It stars Jay Hayden, Tori White, Scott Lilly, and Kathryn Todd Norman as survivors of a neurotoxin quarantine who have to survive an assault by the infected.

Iz zhizni nachalnika ugolovnogo rozyska (1983)

The relationship between a criminal and chief detective grows hostile.

Hændeligt uheld (1971)

A young woman (Judy Geeson) has an affair with her boss (Roy Dotrice) after witnessing his hit-and-run accident.

The Lady of the Camelias (1953)

Based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas.

Born Again (2007)

Religious and personal beliefs collide in this provocative documentary from director Markie Hancock. Growing up in an Evangelical Christian family, Hancock spent her childhood conflicted by spiritual and familial obligations. But when she realizes her own doubts and discovers her true sexuality, she must confront the institution that comforted her as a child. Her struggle against convention proves that overcoming an obstacle does not come without sacrifices.

Riot Squad (1933)

Riot Squad is a 1933 American Pre-Code film directed by Harry S. Webb. The film is also known as Police Patrol (US TV title).

Altyn Kyrghol (2002)

While traveling by train, an artist (Busurman Odurakayev) sketches people, romances a woman and befriends a boy.

Booked Out (2012)

Booked Out is a 2012 comedy-drama film starring Mirren Burke, Rollo Weeks, Claire Garvey and Sylvia Syms. This was the first film of writer and director Bryan O'Neil and premiered at the Prince Charles Cinema on 6 March 2012, before going on a limited release across the United Kingdom. The film was mostly shot over 19 days in March 2010, with two days of reshoots in August that year. The total estimated budget was £600,000.

Bloodbath in Psycho Town (1989)

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Where Do We Go from Here? (1945)

Where Do We Go from Here (1945) Technicolor is a romantic musical comedy-fantasy film produced by Twentieth Century-Fox, and starring Fred MacMurray, Joan Leslie, June Haver, Gene Sheldon, Anthony Quinn and Fortunio Bonanova. Joan Leslie's singing voice was dubbed by Sally Sweetland. The score was composed by Kurt Weill with lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Gregory Ratoff directed and Morrie Ryskind wrote the screenplay from a story by Sig Herzig and Ryskind. The film is notable as Weill's only musical written directly for the screen and for its anachronistic blend of history and contemporary (1940s) slang. At the time, the mock-operatic sequence, "The Nina, the Pinta, the Santa Maria," was one of the longest musical sequences ever created for a screen musical.

Boxed (2002)

The IRA picks the wrong priest to give final rites to an informer they are about to execute.

Fugitive from a Prison Camp (1940)

Fugitive from a Prison Camp is a 1940 American thriller film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Jack Holt, Marian Marsh and Robert Barrat.

Endure (2010)

Endure is a 2010 crime thriller film directed and written by Joe O'Brien. It stars Judd Nelson, Devon Sawa, Tom Arnold and Joey Lauren Adams. The story revolves around a police detective investigating a photo of a female victim who is gagged and restrained to a tree, which is found inside a car involved in a fatal car crash.

Serious Charge (1959)

Serious Charge (also known as A Touch of Hell) is a British 1959 film now most notable for being Cliff Richard’s screen acting début in a minor supporting role. Directed by Terence Young, and written and produced by Mickey Delamar, the film was adapted from a stage play written by Philip King.

Fay Grim (2006)

Fay Grim is a 2006 Espionage thriller drama film written and directed by Hal Hartley. The film is a sequel to Hartley's 1997 film Henry Fool, and revolves around the title character, played by Parker Posey, the sister of Simon Grim (James Urbaniak). The plot revolves around Fay's attempt to unravel an increasingly violent mystery in Europe. The film was shot almost entirely in Dutch angles, meaning the vast majority of shots are framed diagonally, or "tilted". At the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, Hartley revealed that the two shots in the film's final cut that are not "Dutched" occurred when he and the film crew forgot to tilt the camera.

The Flats (2002)

The Flats is a 2002 independent film written and directed by brothers Tyler Requa and Kelly Requa. Filmed in October 2001 near Mt. Vernon and the Skagit Valley of Washington, The Flats was produced by Clear Pictures, LLC and premiered at the 2002 Seattle International Film Festival.

Final Cut (1998)

Final Cut is a film released in 1998, jointly written and directed by Dominic Anciano and Ray Burdis (who also appear in the film). This film features several of the actors / actresses from the Primrose Hill set. It was nominated for the Golden Hitchcock at the 1999 Dinard Festival of British Cinema. All the characters (except Tony, played by Perry Benson) in this film share their forename with the actors / actresses who play them, a gimmick used in the directors' later film Love, Honour and Obey (2000).

Follow Me Home (1997)

Follow Me Home is a 1996 film directed by activist and filmmaker Peter Bratt. It explores spiritual and intercultural race relations through the lives of four artists, one African American, one Native American and two Latin-American cousins, who embark on a cross-country road trip to paint a mural on the White House. Along the way, they meet a mysterious African American woman bearing a deep secret.

Funny Bones (1995)

Oliver Platt plays a would-be comedian, the son of a major comedy star (Jerry Lewis); dad's reputation even overshadows his son's Las Vegas debut. After that flop the son tries to go back to his roots and heads across the Atlantic for his father's launch pad in Blackpool. There, he meets his previously unknown half-brother (Lee Evans), a bizarre comedy savant who teaches him a thing or two about taking risks to get laughs, and discovers a secret about how his father got started.

Fight For Your Life (1977)

Fight for Your Life is a 1977 American grindhouse action film directed by Robert A. Endelson and starring William Sanderson and Robert Judd. It was presented at the Quentin Tarantino Film Festival in the QT Six Lineup showing held in October 2005. The story revolves around three criminals (a White, Mexican, and Asian male) who hold a Black family hostage and forces them to fight for their lives.

Garden of the Dead (1972)

Garden of the Dead (also known as Tomb of the Undead) is a 1972 horror film directed by low-budget film director John Hayes and stars Duncan McLeod, Lee Frost and Susan Charney.

Good Against Evil (1977)

A drifter (Dack Rambo) meets a San Francisco woman (Elyssa Davalos) picked by satanists to bear a child of the devil.

Ghost Graduation (2012)

Ghost Graduation (Spanish: Promoción fantasma) is a 2012 Spanish comedy film directed by Javier Ruiz Caldera.

City of Missing Girls (1941)

City of Missing Girls is a 1941 American film directed by Elmer Clifton.

Holy Ghost (2014)

Holy Ghost is a 2014 American Christian documentary film written and directed by Darren Wilson, to take the viewer to locations around the world to see if the Holy Spirit can really lead a film.

The Crow: Wicked Prayer (2005)

The Crow: Wicked Prayer is a 2005 American supernatural superhero film directed by Lance Mungia and inspired by Norman Partridge's novel of the same title. It is the fourth installment of The Crow film series. The movie was filmed in the summer of 2003. It had a one-week theatrical premiere on June 3, 2005 at AMC Pacific Place Theatre in Seattle, Washington before being released to video on July 19, 2005. Like the other sequels to the cult movie The Crow, it had a poor critical reception.

[email protected] (2013)

From PBS - How the telegraph helped Abraham Lincoln to reshape America. In 1863, Abraham Lincoln proved himself a master of a new frontier--not on the battlefields of the Civil War, but in his "high-tech" command center, the War Department Telegraph Office. The telegraph was the "Internet" of the nineteenth century, and it gave Lincoln powers of command, communications, and control never before exercised by a commander-in-chief. He used this new technology to connect the country to him--receiving nearly live dispatches via telegraph from his generals in the field and sending out his plans for the nation faster and with more clarity than ever before. The results of Lincoln's pioneering experiment in electronic leadership would ultimately lead to the fields of Gettysburg. There, one battle turned the tide of the Civil War--and became the setting for the 272 words of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, the speech that recast the American ideal as a national creed. [email protected] unfolds the greatest turning point in American history, the rebirth of a nation, and the dawn of the information age.

Midwife (2013)

Professional midwife Sarah Biermeier helps women give birth at home.

King Pingu (2004)

It's good to be king! See Pingu pretend to be king, try to catch a big fish, bake a cake, sledge the day away and so much more in these twelve hilarious Arctic adventures!

In Search Of Skiing (1979)

Join skiers like Scott Miller, John Clendenin, and Dave Clark as they and countless others travel the world from Morocco, to Spain, and over to Canada all In Search of Skiing.

2 Stroke Cold Smoke: Crash! Man Down! (2004)

2SCS15, 2 Stroke Cold Smoke 15, Send It. Frontier Films travels to the World's Global Snow Zones capturing yet another exhilarating winter of snowmobiling on film. Their fifteenth Adventure Action Snowmobile film is packed with shots from some of the best riders in the world as they Send It by carving through chest deep powder, hitting humongous jumps, and dropping monstrous cliffs. All jamming this film with nonstop thrilling riding designed to get the viewer pumped on the coming of winter. Frontier Films continues to push this motorsport to the next level by showcasing amazing, talented riders. Their fifteenth film edition in the 2 Stroke Cold Smoke series keeps the dream alive. Filmed mostly in Alaska, Canada and Sweden this film is inspirational to watch. Shot on high definition cameras and edited to a variety of great music resulting in a superb film. Something for the whole family. We invite the whole snowmobile nation to come ride along with this adventure!

Gingerdead Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver (2011)

Gingerdead Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver is a 2011 American sci-fi horror comedy film by Full Moon Features and is the third and final installment in The Gingerdead Man series. It was released on September 13, 2011, after many filming delays by director Charles Band. It was originally called Gingerdead Man 3: Roller Boogieman!

Against The Wild (2013)

Against the Wild is a 2013 Canadian direct-to-video children's film starring CJ Adams, Erin Pitt, Natasha Henstridge and Ted Whittall. The film is directed by Canadian director Richard Boddington.

Zombie (1979)

In Italy, it was considered the 'unofficial sequel' to DAWN OF THE DEAD. In England, it was known as ZOMBIE FLESH EATERS and banned as obscene. In America, it was called ZOMBIE and advertised with the depraved tag line "WE ARE GOING TO EAT YOU!" Tisa Farrow (THE GRIM REAPER), Ian McCulloch (CONTAMINATION), Al Cliver (CANNIBALS), and Richard Johnson (THE HAUNTING) star in this worldwide splatter sensation directed by 'Maestro Of Gore' Lucio Fulci (CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD, THE HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY) that remains one of the most eye-skewering, skin-ripping, gore-gushingly graphic horror hits of all time! Blue Underground is proud to present ZOMBIE in a new 2K High Definition transfer from the original uncut and uncensored camera negative. Each flesh-eating frame has been lovingly restored to skull-rotting perfection under the supervision of Cinematographer Sergio Salvati (THE BEYOND). Now fully-loaded with hours of brand new Extras, this is the Ultimate Edition of ZOMBIE!

The Making of 'Nightmare on Elm Street IV' (1989)

This one hour behind-the-scenes look at the Niightmare On Elnm Street films, covers the first four installments with a look at how the amazing special effects, stunts, and Freddy Kruger make-up were created. Interviews with the cast and crew of Nightmare On Elm Street 4, as well as the legendary director and creator of the Nightmare franchise Wes Craven.

The World Made Straight (2015)

A rebellious young man (Jeremy Irvine) struggles to escape from the violent legacy of an Appalachian community still haunted by a Civil War massacre.

Girls Rock! (2008)

Girls Rock! is a 2007 documentary film that follows four 8-18-year-old girls at the Rock and Roll Camp for Girls in Portland, Oregon, United States. At Rock and Roll Camp, girls ranging in age from eight to 18 are taught that "it is 100% okay to be exactly who you are." The girls have a week to select a band, an instrument they may have never played before, and write a song. In between, they are taught by indie rock stars such as Carrie Brownstein from Sleater-Kinney various lessons of empowerment from self-defense to anger management. At the end of the week, all the bands perform a concert for over 700 people. The film follows several campers: Laura, a Korean adoptee obsessed with death metal; Misty, who is emerging from a life of meth addiction, homelessness and gang activity; and Amelia, an eight-year-old who writes experimental rock songs about her dog Pipi. The film ultimately explores what happens to the girls as they are given a temporary reprieve from being sexualized, analyzed, and pressured to conform.

Guns & Talks (2001)

Guns & Talks is a 2001 South Korean film written and directed by Jang Jin. Starring Shin Hyun-joon, Won Bin, Shin Ha-kyun, Jung Jae-young and Jung Jin-young, the black comedy is about a group of four assassins-for-hire, with a dogged prosecutor on their trail.

Glitch! (1988)

Glitch! is a 1988 American comedy film directed by Nico Mastorakis. It involves two petty thieves who accidentally become casting directors of a film with a large number of beautiful girls, and later they must dodge the Mafia.

Get To Know Your Rabbit (1972)

A young businessman goes to a magic expert to learn hardness and skill with his cynical and greedy collaborators. He becomes a very good tap dancer, but will he be able to get free of his old boss?

Space Girls in Beverly Hills (2009)

Retro space babes (Allie Moss, Donna Spangler) from Vanisia crash-land in in a rich playboy's Beverly Hills mansion and tame his cheap bad-boy ways.

Otherworld (2003)

Y Mabinogi (English title Otherworld: not a literal translation) is a 2003 Welsh film based on a series of Welsh tales written by bards in the Middle Ages. It is mostly animated, although the very beginning and end sequences are live action. It follows three main characters who find themselves moving from their world in West Wales to the setting of the tales of Welsh mythology known as the Four Branches of the Mabinogi (Welsh: Pedair Cainc y Mabinogi, often referred to as simply Y Mabinogi), from which the film's title is derived. The film is available in both Welsh and English language versions, as is the graphic novel on which the film is based.

Culture Jam: Hijacking Commercial Culture (2001)

Carly Stasko; Reverend Billy of the Church of Stop Shopping; Jack Napier with the Billboard Liberation Front.

Dead Europe (2012)

Dead Europe is a 2012 Australian drama film directed by Tony Krawitz. It is an adaptation of the 2005 novel by Christos Tsiolkas with the same name. Peter Galvin from SBS gave the film three stars out of five, noting that the film is "dark, and emotionally claustrophobic" and is "tough to sit through". He also observes that Dead Europe "is a puzzle film, a movie where one is asked to work hard at deciphering its strangeness."

Igor & the Cranes' Journey (2013)

An estranged father and son are brought closer as they trace a family of birds from Russia to Africa.

I Dream Too Much (1935)

I Dream Too Much is a 1935 romantic comedy film directed by John Cromwell. It stars Henry Fonda, Lily Pons, and Lucille Ball in one of her earliest roles. It has been described as a "somewhat wispy operetta." Songs are by Jerome Kern and Dorothy Fields. The film was nominated for an Academy Award in the category Sound Recording (Carl Dreher).

Inch'Allah (2012)

Inch'Allah is a Canadian drama film, released in 2012. Written and directed by Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette, the film stars Évelyne Brochu as Chloé, a Canadian medical doctor with the Red Crescent.

X-mas, Inc. (2008)

Global warming threatens to melt Santa's home.

Forces Of Nature (2004)

Forces of Nature is an IMAX film about strong forces that shape the Earth's surface. It is produced by the National Geographic Society, and includes coverage ofEarthquakes - a history of earthquakes in Turkey, by Ross Stein. Volcanoes - a volcanic eruption on the island on Montserrat, by volcanologist Dr. Marie Edmonds. Tornadoes - chasing tornadoes in the American Midwest, by Joshua Wurman and a team of tornado chasers.

Three Rooms in Manhattan (1965)

Three Rooms in Manhattan (French: Trois chambres à Manhattan) is a black-and-white 1965 French drama film filmed in New York City. It is based on the 1946 novel "Trois Chambres à Manhattan" (which has been translated into English as "Three Rooms in Manhattan" and "Three Bedrooms in Manhattan") by Belgian writer Georges Simenon, about a romance between François, a French actor, and Kay, an American woman.

Groupie (2010)

A groupie (Taryn Manning) hides a sinister agenda and sparks resentment from other band members when she sinks her claws into a rock group's lead singer (Hal Ozsan).

Cinco vezes Favela (1962)

Five stories of people living in the slums on the hills of Rio de Janeiro.

The House (1997)

The House (Lithuanian: Namai) is a 1997 French-Lithuanian drama film directed by Šarūnas Bartas. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival.

Owning the Weather (2009)

Filmmaker Robert Greene examines scientific attempts to control the weather.

Lomax the Songhunter (2004)

Lomax the Songhunter is a 2004 documentary film about Alan Lomax, a man who, after World War II, was determined to record folk music from United States and all over the world before it was blown away by mass consumer culture. Son of John Lomax, the man who discovered Lead Belly (and bailed him out of prison) and introduced Woody Guthrie to the world, Alan shared his father's passion for music and was not intimidated by his massive accomplishments. The film, which finds Alan near death and barely able to make himself understood, traces Alan's journey across the globe, stopping to hear testimonials from many of the people or relatives of the people he recorded. It also contains interviews from Lomax's friends and colleagues, including Pete Seeger, who did some cataloging for Lomax. Lomax the Songhunter was written and directed by Rogier Kappers and aired on PBS's Point of View series in 2006.

Stalin's Wife (2005)

Filmmaker Slava Tsukerman examines the life and ultimate fate of Nadezhda Alliluyeva, the Soviet dictator's second spouse.

We Only Live Once (1958)

We Have Only One Life (Greek: Μια ζωή την έχουμε) is a 1958 Greek comedy film directed by George Tzavellas.

Diagnosis: Death (2009)

Diagnosis: Death is a 2009 horror comedy film made in New Zealand, directed by Jason Stutter, co-written by Stutter and Raybon Kan, and briefly featuring members of the TV-series Flight of the Conchords, Jemaine Clement, Bret McKenzie and Rhys Darby.

The Bang Bang Club (2010)

The Bang-Bang Club is a 2010 Canadian-South African biographical drama film written and directed by Steven Silver and stars Ryan Phillippe as Greg Marinovich, Malin Åkerman as Robin Comley, Taylor Kitsch as Kevin Carter, Frank Rautenbach as Ken Oosterbroek and Neels Van Jaarsveld as João Silva. They portray the lives of four photojournalists active within the townships of South Africa during the Apartheid period, particularly between 1990 and 1994, from when Nelson Mandela was released from prison to the 1994 elections. It is a film adaptation of the autobiographical book The Bang-Bang Club: Snapshots from a Hidden War co-written by Greg Marinovich and João Silva who were part of the group of four photographers known as Bang-Bang Club, the other two members being Kevin Carter and Ken Oosterbroek.

Oseam (2003)

Oseam is a 2003 South Korean drama/religious animation directed by Sung Baek-yeop. It is based on a novel by Korean author Jeong Chae-bong, who has described it as being a fairy tale for adults. The title means "five-year-old temple."

Whispering Pages (1994)

A young man haunts the streets of 19th century Saint Petersburg while he's looking for meaning.

Attila 74: The Rape of Cyprus (1975)

Attila '74: The Rape of Cyprus is a 1974 documentary film by Michael Cacoyannis about the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974. It was filmed on location in Cyprus and Greece in the immediate aftermath of the two Turkish invasions and subsequent occupation of approximately the northern third of the island. Cacoyannis chronicles the events of 1974 in Cyprus with rare interviews of President Makarios of the Republic, Nikos Sampson – the man the Greek junta imposed as leader after their attempted coup, and many Greek Cypriot victims of the Turkish invasion. Academy Award-nominated director Cacoyannis provides insight and analysis about events leading up to the invasion, and the subsequent events and ramifications of Turkey's occupation of Cyprus. Including interviews with pro-Makarios and pro-junta supporters, this documentary also explores the anti-American and British imperialist sentiment on the island and outrage at the lack of action taken by them and the United Nations to protect Cyprus as Turkey was effectively given carte blanche to invade and occupy despite numerous United Nations Security Council resolutions demanding their withdrawal.

The Very Very Big Company (2008)

La très très grande entreprise (English title: The Very Very Big Company) is a French comedy film directed by Pierre Jolivet and released in France in November 2008. It is an indirect follow-up to his film Ma petite entreprise, the story of which is set nine years before that of La très très grande entreprise.

Le blé en herbe (1990)

In a story of the impatience of youth, an innocent friendship and adolescent love, a French girl and boy grow in their relationship.

Kung Fu Kid (2007)

A martial-arts student must complete one final test for his aging master (Pinko Izumi).