Zanzabuku (1956)

In this adventure documentary, filmmaker Lewis Cotlow takes a crew of cameramen to Africa where they experience the thrills and dangers of safari. Cotlow spends time with hunter Carl Hartley, who catches exotic animals for zoos around the world. Hartley shows the skill and patience required to capture wild species such as zebras, leopards, pythons and lions. Additionally, Cotlow and his crew frequently work closely with African tribesmen and other native peoples to film the elusive animals.

Tensión sexual no resuelta (2010)

After his girlfriend (Salom Jimnez) dumps him without explanation, a college professor (Fele Martnez) asks a student to help him win her back.

Breaking News (2010)

In an attempt to revive his failing career, a newscaster commits crimes to report on them.

Taking the Face: The Portuguese Bullfight (2013)

The phenomenon of the Portuguese bullfight in all its forms.

Burnface (2010)

Ramon Vila Capdevila wages a one-man war against a Franco regime.

Adorable Liar (1962)

Two carefree sisters flirt around Paris playing little games with others' feelings until love's meaning dawns on them.

The Adventures of Jane (1949)

A cartoon character comes to life and gets involved with smugglers.

Apparitions (2009)

After a struggling screenwriter moves into an abandoned house, a series of strange events cause a mental breakdown.

Sin's Kitchen (2000)

Mobsters encounter various people while on the run from bounty hunters.

The Adventurer of Tortuga (1964)

An Indian heiress inspires rivalry between a pirate leader and a governor during Spain's New World colonization.

The Herb of the Rat (2008)

A man has a strange relationship with animals and reacts to death.

Pierre Fatumbi Verger: Messenger Between 2 Worlds (1998)

The life of photographer Pierre Verger.

Whatever Happened to Pink Floyd? The Strange Case of Waters and Gilmour (2011)

Interviews and archival footage give the history of the band.

The Cure (1917)

An alcoholic throws a health spa into chaos.

Convict 13 (1920)

A young golfer is mugged and foils a jailbreak.

The Presence (1992)

Mr. Moto is pressed into service by the government to halt a Puerto Rican diamond-smuggling operation.

Running Down a Dream (2000)

Acclaimed high-school basketball player Nicole Kaczmarski goes through the college recruitment process.

Kill Daddy Good Night (2009)

Three families are unable to escape from their pasts.

Insaniac (2002)

A deranged woman with amnesia is hypnotized and discovers a blood soaked past in her mind.

Townies (1999)

A small county town becomes overrun by misfits, freaks and weirdos.

Captain Fracasse (1929)

A chivalrous noble defends the honor of a maiden.

The American Soldier (1970)

A soldier returns home from Vietnam and is hired by crooked cops to kill a few crooks but things get complicated when one of the cop's girlfriend falls for him.

Makin' Baby (2002)

Michael and Alicia are newlyweds and life gets complicated when she wants to get pregnant and he gets discovered by a famous rapper.

Stephanie's Image (2009)

A female filmmaker investigating the murder of a former model discovers that everything she has been told about the death is false.

The Duo! (2001)

Superheroes Best Man and Buddy Boy uphold the rules and balance of the universe by fighting crime and battling evil.

Empires: Martin Luther (2002)

The life and work of the father of Protestantism.

All The Wrong Places (2000)

Marisa lives in the shadow of her famous mother until she meets her shy neighbor Paul and a case of misery loves company develops.

Earth & Water (1999)

A young woman has an affair with a shepherd and decides not to tell him when she ends up pregnant.

Disappearing in America (2009)

Sean unwittingly becomes involved in a terrorist bombing and hides out in San Francisco with the help of three men.

Hare Conditioned (1945)

A department store manager tries to have Bugs stuffed for the taxidermy department.

Welcome Says The Angel (1996)

Two lost souls enmeshed in the world of sex and drugs fight to bring meaning to their lives.

Muslims (2002)

Examining the culture, practices and belief systems of Muslims.

Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America (2003)

A portrait of modern American life exposes the underbelly of one family.

Gulag (1985)

A U.S. TV sportscaster (David Keith) in Moscow becomes a KGB pawn and is sentenced to a Soviet work camp.

Qui Mange Qui? (1997)

A chef's dream of opening the area's most exquisite restaurant is complicated by a visit from a sanitation inspector.

The Imperialists Are Still Alive! (2010)

A French party girl (lodie Bouchez) in Manhattan finds romance on the same night she learns that her childhood friend has disappeared.

Last of the Mississippi Jukes (2003)

In this documentary, director Robert Mugge explores the history and culture of blues clubs -- dubbed juke joints -- in Mississippi. Though the number of juke bars continues to dwindle, a small group of music enthusiasts attempts to keep the tradition alive by fighting to save the Subway, a legendary jazz and blues dive that is about to be torn down. Meanwhile, actor Morgan Freeman shows off his own venue, the Ground Zero Blues Club, where both obscure and legendary Delta Blues musicians perform.

Good Morning President (2009)

Three presidents struggle over the choices they have to make between politics and ethics.

Home Movies (1980)

A cult guru (Kirk Douglas) urges a shy disciple (Keith Gordon) to make life a movie and be its star.

Alex Grey: The Chapel of Sacred Mirrors: CoSM the Movie (2006)

Music blends with cinematography in this journey into the visionary art of the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors gallery in New York.

Las Manzanas de Dorotea (1957)

A rich man is hiding in his brother's ranch where he tries to discover the true feelings of his wife.

Bringing Up Bobby (2009)

Challenged by his older brother (Marc Thompson), a teenager (Alex Hinsky) examines his life and faith.

El Raton Perez 2 (2008)

A show-business producer (Manuel Manquia) hatches a scheme to catch a talking mouse.

The Train (1970)

A policeman (Rajesh Khanna) investigates a crime syndicate that swindles jewelers.

Fish and Elephant (2001)

A lesbian (Pan Yi) deals with her former girlfriend and a divorced mother who wants her to meet men.

Scumrock (2002)

A woman (Amy Davis) aspires to be a singer, while a man (Kyp Malone) tries to make a meaningful movie.

Necropolis Awakened (2002)

A war veteran (Duke White) battles mutants that are taking over a town.

Watch Your Left (1936)

An untrained man fills in as a sparring partner for a boxer.

This Is Not A Robbery (2008)

In this documentary, filmmaker Lucas Jansen explores the strange life of J.L. Rountree, who is best known as the oldest active bank thief. For most of his life, Rountree is an affluent white-collar man with a satisfying home life. However, in time he suffers both personal tragedies and financial ruin, after which he decides to turn to crime. Rountree executes his first heist at age 86 and his last at 92, only to end up in prison for the holdups he masterminded as a senior citizen.

The Distraction (2001)

A happily married man becomes involved with a female co-worker, beginning a complicated relationship that he is ill equipped to handle.

Dil Tera Diwana (1962)

Mohan sends his friend Anokhe in his place when asked by his dad to go to an army officer's house to get disciplined.

Little Krishna: The Legendary Warrior (2009)

Vrinavan is constantly threatened by the malice of evil King Kamsa who in order to eliminate Little Krishna keeps sending ferocious demons.

The Duel of the Century (1981)

Liu Yung and Korean Venom Sun Chien team up to investigate the murder of a rival swordsman, unearthing a tangled deception, double-dealings and impostors along the way.

Violence (1995)

A man in chains, a young man who dreams of being part of something, and a militant from an armed group who must wield a cruelty in which he may not believe, are at the center of violence they don't understand.

The 72 Desperate Rebels (1978)

Mercenaries, swordsmen and spies team up to defeat a pirate.

Murders in Batz (2015)

A crime scene cleaner is sent to an island in Brittany where the first murder in a century has been committed. When she becomes stranded with the gendarme of the island, they don't have a clue what will happen next.

Fall Guy (1947)

A young man struggles to clear his name when he is accused of murder.

The Price of Silence (1959)

An ex-con tries to make a fresh start, but an extortionist from his past emerges to stifle his good intentions.

The Silent House: LA Casa Muda (2010)

Laura and her father stay in a house overnight, but a mysterious noise makes her very frightened.

Deceitful (2013)

Robert (Terry Savage) and Julian (Sal Vance) plan on selling their family's multimillion dollar business without telling their partner, Isaac (Fredro Starr). As the backstabbing and lies mount, the three fight for money and love.

Women of Heart Baptist Church (2013)

Shante (Blair Sharne) starts to question her faith when rumors surface that her husband is having an affair.

Truth Unspoken (2009)

Jay (Christopher Howard) and Tracy (Ebony J. Lewis) argue with each other after Jay learns the truth about his girlfriend.

The Perfect Date (2010)

Two friends with different techniques for meeting women discover their limits when they meet Angle and Nathalie.

You All Are Captains (2010)

A director's relationship with children in his film transforms the project.

Tout Ce Qui Brille (2010)

Lila and Ely's new rich friends cause a strain on their relationships with old friends and family.

She Had to Choose (1934)

Tragedy strikes when a young woman (Isabel Jewell) meets the proprietor (Larry "Buster" Crabbe) of a restaurant.

Our Blushing Brides (1930)

Gerry (Joan Crawford), Connie (Anita Page) and Franky (Dorothy Sebastian) are small-town girls who are seeking wealthy husbands in New York City. But, while Connie and Franky are reckless with their affections -- one bedding a married man and the other marrying a scoundrel -- Gerry is determined to remain practical. As she mothers her wounded, heartbroken gal pals, she stalwartly but foolishly resists the advances of the good-hearted and affluent Tony Jardine (Robert Montgomery).

The Raiders Of Leyte Gulf (1962)

During World War II, a U.S. Army officer (Michael Parsons) and his Filipino comrades must rescue a prisoner (Jennings Sturgeon) from a Japanese garrison.

The Secret of the Sword (1985)

He-Man (John Erwin), master of the universe, fights villains and saves a winged horse with She-Ra (Melendy Britt), princess of power.

The Walls Of Hell (1964)

Defeated Japanese troops retreat to a Filipino fortress in 1945.

The Last Man on Earth (1924)

Women fight over the only surviving male (Earle Foxe) on the planet.

Rudraksh (2004)

A doctor (Bipasha Basu) and her team of scientists investigate a gifted man (Sanjay Dutt) who sees an evil force that threatens humans.

Tournee (2010)

A French TV producer moves to America where he organizes a burlesque show.

Drunken Master Part II - Dance of the Drunk Mantis (1979)

Martial-arts master Sam the Seed (Simon Yuen) battles his enemy Rubber Legs.

The Buddha Assassinator (1980)

A man saves the life of a lord, then becomes his bodyguard.

Don't You Forget About Me (2009)

Four filmmakers travel to Illinois to find filmmaker John Hughes.

Drawing With Chalk (2009)

Two musicians try one last time to make it and get a record deal.

Coals to Newcastle: The New Mastersounds, from Leeds to New Orleans (2010)

The New Mastersounds play funk music at a post-Katrina New Orleans concert during Jazzfest 2007.

My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Hundred Acre Wood Haunt (2008)

Tigger, Pooh and the gang work together to solve some spooky mysteries.

The Return Of Johnny V. (2011)

A burned-out ex-cop (Paul Matthew Lopez) plots an unusual fate for the villainous mayor who kidnapped him and his friends.

Family Man (2011)

Sam has played out his hopes and dreams on poker tables for years, and he has one last chance to win big or he could lose his family.

Chappaqua (1966)

Painful reality and hallucinations about his New York childhood merge for a junkie (Conrad Rooks) being treated in Paris.

Tom Thumb (2001)

During a famine, a logger and his wife abandon their seven sons in the forest, but Poucet scattered stones to find his way back.

Heleno (2012)

Brazilian soccer great Heleno de Freitas (Rodrigo Santoro) becomes the idol of many, but his personal demons and tumultuous life threaten to destroy him.

Knick Knack (1989)

Trapped in a snowglobe, a snowman looks for a way to escape from his glass prison.

Backstabbed (1996)

An interactive game becomes a deadly reality when teens encounter a mad killer in a house they thought was abandoned.

Dismissed From Life (1992)

An amnesiac must avoid the two former policemen who beat him up so badly he lost part of his memory.

The Wild Westerners (1962)

A U.S. marshal (James Philbrook) and his wife (Nancy Kovack) bring Union gold east through outlaws and Indians.

Nuit 1 (2011)

Clara and Nikolai meet at a rave and wind up having a passionate night at Nikolai's apartment. When Clara tries to sneak out in the morning, the one night stand takes an unexpected turn.

The IMAX Nutcracker (1997)

A girl (Lotte Johnson) witnesses her toy nutcracker come to life in an enchanted land with a Sugar Plum Fairy (Miriam Margolyes) and other wonders.

Mariage à Mendoza (2013)

Marcus and Antoine travel to Argentina to attend their cousin's wedding and discover the many pleasures of Buenos Aires.

From the Clouds to the Resistance (1979)

Two segments from Cesare Pavese's stories.

Life Without Principle (2011)

A criminal, a bank officer and a cop are forced to abandon their morals and principles to solve their financial problems.

Kick Off (2009)

Eight homeless people in Austria compete in a soccer game.

The Snows of Kilimanjaro (2011)

A French couple (Ariane Ascaride, Jean-Pierre Darroussin) take care of two orphaned youngsters after their older brother, who earlier robbed the couple, is arrested.

Santa Fe Marshal (1940)

Marshal Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) arrives with a medicine show and stops a little old lady's gang.

We Have a Pope (2011)

A therapist (Nanni Moretti) is called in when a newly appointed pope (Michel Piccoli) refuses to accept the mantle of responsibility.

Back to God's Country (1919)

Based on the novel "Wapi, the Killer." A woman is blackmailed into marrying her unscrupulous suitor.

Sharpe's Sword (1994)

A British rifleman (Sean Bean) is wounded and left for dead while hiding a spy from his French nemesis.

You Might As Well Live (2009)

Robert (Joshua Peace) tries to be somebody by getting a girl, some money and a championship.