Grind is an 1997 American drama film directed by Chris Kentis and written by Laura Lau. It stars Billy Crudup, Adrienne Shelly, and Paul Schulze. Crudup, in his film debut, plays an ex-con caught in a spiral of dead-end jobs and poor choices.
Dancing In Jaffa (2013)
Pierre Dulaine, an internationally renowned ballroom dancer, fulfills a life-long dream when he takes his program, Dancing Classrooms, back to his city of birth, Jaffa. Over a ten-week period, Pierre teaches 10-year-old Palestinian-Israeli and Jewish- Israeli children to dance and compete together. Dancing in Jaffa explores the complex stories of three different children, who are forced to confront issues of identity, segregation and racial prejudice as they dance with their enemy. The classroom becomes a microcosm of the Middle East’s struggle to work together harmoniously while still caught in the politics of the region and race. With the guidance of Pierre, the children learn to dance together and trust one another. Dancing In Jaffa offers an up-close-and-personal perspective of how the future might unfold if the art of movement and dance could triumph over the politics of history and geography.
A Birder's Guide To Everything (2013)
David Portnoy, a 15-year-old birding fanatic, thinks that he's made the discovery of a lifetime. So, on the eve of his father's remarriage, he escapes on an epic road trip with his best friends to solidify their place in birding history.
Marie-Jo and Her 2 Lovers (2002)
Marie-Jo and Her Two Lovers (French: Marie-Jo et ses deux amours) is a 2002 French drama film directed by Robert Guédiguian. It was entered into the 2002 Cannes Film Festival.
Sleepytime Gal (1942)
Sleepytime Gal is a 1942 American comedy film directed by Albert S. Rogell, written by Art Arthur, Albert Duffy and Max Lief, and starring Judy Canova, Tom Brown, Billy Gilbert, Ruth Terry, Thurston Hall, Elisha Cook, Jr. and Jerry Lester. It was released on March 5, 1942, by Republic Pictures.
Floating Skyscrapers (2013)
Floating Skyscrapers (Polish: Płynące wieżowce) is a 2013 Polish drama film written and directed by Tomasz Wasilewski, and starring Mateusz Banasiuk, Marta Nieradkiewicz, Bartosz Gelner and Katarzyna Herman. It follows the story of Kuba, an aspiring professional swimmer who falls in love with another man to the disapproval of his mother and to the surprise of his girlfriend, who tries to hold on to him and their relationship.
Premiering at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City, the film is the first Polish production that primarily deals with the topic of same-sex relationships, and is often paired together with In the Name Of by Małgorzata Szumowska—which covers the same themes in a different manner—as films that attempt to challenge existing local social and cultural norms on homosexuality. Set in Warsaw, the film is noted for using the urban landscape and its largerly clean, straight aesthetic as a means of conveying the existence of these strict pre-existing social conventions, which the film's storyline attempts to deviate from.
Reactions to the film by both critics and the general public were mixed. While some have praised the bravery of the film for covering a topic generally considered by Polish society to be taboo, as well as for its cinematography and soundtrack, others have criticized the film's flat storyline and character development as its predictable conventional tragic end.
Haunted Ranch (1943)
Haunted Ranch is a 1943 American film directed by Robert Emmett Tansey, one of the entries in the Range Busters series.
Red Lips (1995)
A lawyer trying to find his runaway daughter gets involved with a young woman who becomes his mistress.
How To Cheat (2011)
While he and his wife (Amber Sealey) struggle to conceive a child, a man (Kent Osborne) uses online dating sites to find a mistress.
Aatsinki: The Story Of Arctic Cowboys (2013)
One year in the life of a family of reindeer herders in Finnish Lapland. A study of hard work, hard-earned leisure, and an intricate bond between man and nature.
The Liquidator (2011)
A highly skilled bodyguard uncovers a far-reaching ring of corruption as he carries out a mission to avenge his murdered brother.
America Is Hard to See (1970)
Emile de Antonio's controversial portrait of the political, social and emotional events that shaped the year 1968.
Tomorrow is a 1972 film directed by Joseph Anthony. The screenplay was written by Horton Foote, adapted from a play he wrote that was based on a 1940 short story by William Faulkner. The PG-rated film was filmed in Alcorn County, Mississippi and the Bounds and Oakland Community of Itawamba County, Mississippi. Though released in 1972, it saw limited runs in the U.S. until re-released about ten years later.
The opening courthouse scenes of Tomorrow were shot at the historic Jacinto Courthouse in Alcorn County, Mississippi. The courthouse, built in 1854, has been refurbished and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
The majority of the movie was filmed in the Bounds Community of Itawamba County, at the sawmill on the Chester Russell farm. Russell was the grandfather of singer Tammy Wynette (Virginia Wynette Pugh), whose father died when she was nine months old. Wynette lived most of her young years with her grandparents on their farm, until she married in 1960. The sawmill building, where much of the movie was shot, was built just for the movie. Chester Russell was one of the jury and can be seen when the jury is deliberating in the opening courthouse scenes.
Lead actor Robert Duvall calls Tomorrow one of his personal favorites of all the films he's done.
Samaantar (Parallel) is a 2009 Marathi film directed by Amol Palekar and starring Palekar himself and Sharmila Tagore in the lead roles. This is Sharmila's first Marathi film. Director Amol Palekar's previous film in the dual role of actor-director was Ankahee (1985).
Filmmakers Osa and Martin Johnson get close to headhunters and animal curiosities like the flying snake.
The Sylvian Experiments (2010)
A neuron scientist and her husband discover a black-and-white 16mm film in the basement of a dilapidated hospital. The film documents underground experiments on a part of the human brain called the sylvian fissure in an attempt to gain insight into the “forbidden territory” – an invisible reality achieved through neither life nor death. Obsessed with this surreal concept, the surgeon tries to reconstruct what she saw by recreating the experiment...starting with her own daughters!
Breaking the Cycle (2002)
A man (Ryan White) unknowingly communicates with his roommate (Carlos da Silva) via the Internet.
Frank Lloyd Wright (1998)
Filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick examine the architect's achievements, virtues and flaws.
The Return of Frank Cannon (1980)
The portly TV-series private eye (William Conrad) decides to investigate an old Army buddy's suicide.
Bastards of the Party (2005)
Bastards of the Party is a 2005 documentary film produced by Alex Demyanenko and directed by former Bloods gang-member Cle Sloan. The film explores the creation of two of Los Angeles’s most notorious gangs, the Crips and the Bloods, from the perspective of the Los Angeles community. The film also denounces gang violence and presents meaningful solutions from former gang-members to stop this problem.
Andy Warhol's Bad is a 1977 comedy film, directed by Jed Johnson, starring Carroll Baker, Perry King, and Susan Tyrrell. It was written by Pat Hackett and George Abagnalo, and was the last film produced by Andy Warhol before his death in 1987.
The opening screening in May 1977 attracted over 750 people, including Warren Beatty, Jack Nicholson, Julie Christie, and George Cukor. Tyrrell won the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance.
Vicious Kiss (1995)
A millionaire's widow will stop at nothing to convince the man of her dreams that she is the only one for him.
The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1987)
The Return of Sherlock Holmes is a 1987 American made-for-television mystery film and pilot created and written by Bob Shayne involving the famous detective Sherlock Holmes finding himself in the modern world. It originally premiered January 10, 1987 on CBS.
Conquest of Mycene (1963)
Hercules vs. Moloch (Italian: Ercole contro Moloch, French: Hercule contre Moloch, also known as Hercules Against Moloch, Hercules vs. the Molloch, Hercules Attacks, Conquest of Mycene and The Conquest of Mycenae) is a 1963 Italian-French peplum film written and directed by Giorgio Ferroni and starring Gordon Scott.
Aggie Appleby, Maker of Men (1933)
Aggie Appleby, Maker of Men is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Mark Sandrich and written by Humphrey Pearson and Edward Kaufman. The film stars Charles Farrell, Wynne Gibson, William Gargan, ZaSu Pitts, Betty Furness and Blanche Friderici. The film was released on November 3, 1933, by RKO Pictures.
The Little American (1917)
The Little American is a 1917 American silent romantic war drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. The film stars Mary Pickford (who also served as producer) as an American woman who is in love with both a German and a French soldier during World War I. A print of the film is housed at the UCLA Film and Television Archive and has been released on DVD.
They Met in Moscow (1941)
They Met in Moscow is a 1941 Soviet musical-comedy film directed by Ivan Pyryev.
That First Glide (2011)
Filmmakers Duwayne Dunham and Mike Waltze delve into the origins of stand-up paddling, one of the fastest growing sports in the world.
Manila Calling (1942)
Manila Calling is a 1942 American black-and-white World War II propaganda war film drama from 20th Century Fox, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel, directed by Herbert I. Leeds, that stars Lloyd Nolan, Carole Landis, Cornel Wilde, James Gleason, Lester Matthews, Louis Jean Heydt, and Ted North.
The film concerns American civil engineering forces struggling to establish an operational radio base in the Philippines, with Japanese army forces resisting, and with the complication of the arrival in their midst of a beautiful nightclub singer.
Bidder 70 (2012)
Economics student Tim DeChristopher makes a startling bid to save 22,000 acres of Utah wilderness at the 2008 BLM Oil and Gas Lease Auction.
Another Son of Sam (1977)
A SWAT team tracks an escaped killer on a killing spree.
Shipyard Sally (1939)
Shipyard Sally is a 1939 British musical comedy film directed by Monty Banks and starring Gracie Fields, Sydney Howard and Norma Varden. The film is notable for the song "Wish Me Luck as You Wave Me Goodbye", which became a major hit.
The Warrior's Brother (2002)
After his younger brother (Guillaume Canet) is badly beaten, a man (Vincent Lindon) falls for his sister-in-law (Mlanie Doutey) in 13th-century France.
Crossing the Dust (2006)
Crossing the Dust is a 2006 film directed by the Kurdish director Shawkat Amin Korki.
It Happened at the Inn (1943)
It Happened at the Inn (French: Goupi mains rouges) is a 1943 French mystery film directed by Jacques Becker, starring Fernand Ledoux, Robert Le Vigan, Georges Rollin and Blanchette Brunoy. It follows an investigation where the family members of an old woman are suspected of her murder. The film is based on the 1937 novel with the same title by Pierre Véry. It was released in France on 14 April 1943.
It was shot at the Epinay Studios in Paris with location filming taking place around Charente.
The China Shop (1934)
The China Shop is a short animated Disney cartoon, it was released in 1934 in the Silly Symphonies series. The short was directed by Wilfred Jackson and is told to be a step ahead in the character staging for the age, because of the thoughful opening scene in which the shopkeeper closes the store, contrasting with the broad kind of movements made by the time.
Miss Minoes (2001)
This utterly charming classic family film tells the tale of Miss Minoes, a cat who is transformed into a young woman (Carice van Houten) and befriends Tibbe (Theo Maassen), a shy bumbling cub reporter for the local newspaper. Miss Minoes, still recognized as a cat by the neighborhood felines despite her new appearance, organizes them into a news-gathering service and helps Tibbe become a star reporter. He soon turns investigative and discovers that the popular chairman of the 'Club For Friends of Animals' and boss of a nearby factory has evil plans.
Here's the Deal (2013)
Two unemployed friends struggle to provide for their families until they find 10 kilos of cocaine while fishing.
Aap Ki Khatir (2006)
Aap Ki Khatir is an Indian Hindi romantic comedy film directed by Dharmesh Darshan, starring Akshaye Khanna and Priyanka Chopra in lead roles. It also stars Ameesha Patel, Dino Morea, Sunil Shetty and Anupam Kher. It is based on the hustler 2005 Hollywood movie The Wedding Date. It was released throughout India and internationally in late August 2006.
The Project of the Century (2015)
An engineer survives with his father and son in an abandoned nuclear complex.
Thomas is forced to host Olee and Adam, two of his father's Inuit friends, in Paris.
Number One Fan (2014)
Number One Fan (French: Elle l'adore) is a 2014 French comedy-drama film with gallic twist written and directed by Jeanne Herry and starring Sandrine Kiberlain and Laurent Lafitte.
13: Game of Death (2006)
13 Beloved (Thai: 13 เกมสยอง or 13 Game Sayong, also 13: Game of Death) is a 2006 Thai horror comedy film written and directed by Chukiat Sakveerakul and starring Krissada Sukosol Clapp. The story, about a man who is led through progressively challenging, degrading, and dangerous stunts by mysterious callers from an underground reality game show, is adapted from the 13th Quiz Show episode in the My Mania comic-book series by Eakasit Thairaat. It was the second feature-length film for Chukiat, who previously directed the horror film, Pisaj.
The film won several awards in Thailand and from film festivals. Remake rights for the film were purchased by The Weinstein Company.
Casablanca Calling (2014)
A new generation of women in Morocco campaign against early marriage and encourage girls education.
Underground P.D. (2004)
An elite team of detectives assigned to capture the city's most violent felons gets unwanted help from a stranger that is apprehending them first. Now they have the felons and this stranger to catch, that takes them on the chase of civil arrests to murder.
Hollow Land (2013)
Solomon and Berta arrive in a land that promises respite from their adventures.
Time Flies (1944)
Time travelling forms the basis of the humour of this film. Tommy is an unscrupulous American businessman who sells shares in a ‘Time Ball’ to his gullible friend, Bill. While examining the ball with a Professor, something goes wrong and the group of them are flung into space millions of miles away from earth. After fiddling with the controls, the Professor manages to transport them back to earth, but unfortunately into the wrong century. They arrive in the Elizabethan era, where their strange attitudes cause them much trouble.
A Moment of Silence (2013)
The election of the first indigenous president of Bolivia.
Fräulein is a 1958 romance film starring Dana Wynter and Mel Ferrer as two people caught up in World War II and the aftermath. It was also released as Fraulein.
Colonel Effingham's Raid (1946)
Colonel Effingham's Raid (UK title: Man of the Hour) is a 1946 comedy film made by 20th Century Fox, directed by Irving Pichel. It is also known as Berry Fleming's Colonel Effingham's Raid, Everything's Peaches Down in Georgia and Rebel Yell. The screenplay was written by Kathryn Scola, based on a 1943 novel by Berry Fleming. The music score is by Cyril J. Mockridge. The film stars Charles Coburn, Joan Bennett, William Eythe, Allyn Joslyn and Elizabeth Patterson. The plot involves a retired career Army colonel who returns to his hometown, starts writing a column in a local newspaper and takes on the corrupt local politicians to not replace the historic county courthouse. Fleming based his novel on the Cracker Party and political corruption in Richmond County, Georgia.
Thrill of Youth (1932)
Thrill of Youth is a 1932 American drama film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring June Clyde, Allen Vincent and Dorothy Peterson.
Three on a Meathook (1972)
Three on a Meathook is a 1972 horror film written and directed by William Girdler. The film is based on the crimes committed by Ed Gein. The film stars Charles Kissinger, James Pickett and Sherry Steiner.
Without Anesthesia (1978)
Without Anesthesia (alternative English title: Rough Treatment) is the English-language title for the Polish film Bez znieczulenia, released in 1978, directed by Andrzej Wajda. It was entered in the 1979 Cannes Film Festival. According to the screenplay, Without Anesthesia takes place in the 1960s. Jerzy (Zbigniew Zapasiewicz), a well-known journalist and foreign correspondent who reports on wars, revolutions and guerrilla movements in the third world, is a man whose world is falling apart. The main character is based on Ryszard Kapuściński, the prominent Polish journalist and author of the "reportage" school. The film opens with Jerzy sitting in as a celebrity-guest on a mildly idiotic television talkshow, but when he returns home that evening, he finds that his wife has walked out on him, taking their daughter with her, to live with a younger man. On its surface, the film seems to be about Jerzy's attempts to win back his wife, Ewa (Ewa Dalkowska), and to come to some understanding about what went wrong with their marriage. But as is often the case with Polish films[weasel words], what went wrong is inextricably bound up with politics.
The Lifeforce Experiment (1994)
A scientist (Donald Sutherland) in Canada tries to capture human energy at the moment a young man (Corin Nemec) dies.
Too Late Blues (1961)
Too Late Blues is a 1961 black-and-white American film directed by John Cassavetes, with stars Bobby Darin, Stella Stevens and Everett Chambers. It is the story of jazz musician "Ghost" Wakefield and his relationship with both his fellow band members and his love interest, Jess, a beautiful would-be singer. The film was written by Cassavetes and Richard Carr.
It was the first film that Cassavetes produced for a major Hollywood studio, Paramount, and Darin's first nonsinging role.
Very Happy Alexander (1968)
Very Happy Alexander (French: Alexandre le bienheureux, "Blissful Alexander") is a 1968 French comedy film, directed by Yves Robert, starring Philippe Noiret, Marlène Jobert and Françoise Brion. This was comic actor Pierre Richard's second appearance on film, playing a secondary role toward the end of the plot.
The film has been released on DVD on 4 May 2004.
For Love's Sake (2013)
A mother wrestling with crippling depression fights to regain custody of her children in a drama based on a true story.
The Bookfair Murders (2000)
A publisher (Samantha Bond) and her best friend (Linda Kash), a journalist, witness an author's murder at a Frankfurt book fair.
Of Stars and Men (1964)
Of Stars and Men is a 1964 animated film from the Hubley family of animators, based on the 1959 book of the same name by astronomer Harlow Shapley, who also narrates. Made in the style of a documentary, it tells of humankind's quest (in the form of a child) to find its place in the universe, through themes such as outer space, physical matter, the meaning of life and the periodic table. There are no character voices; instead, they "talk" through their actions. It has been cited as an example of an "animated documentary".
When it was finished, the film was first screened during a conference at MIT's Visual Department. The film's public premiere was on April 28, 1964 at New York's Beekman Theater, along with a collection of Hubley/U.P.A. shorts (Moonbird and Gerald McBoing-Boing among them) which preceded its showing. The critical reception was uniformly positive.
Its genre was a matter of contention among festival curators. At the Venice Film Festival, Of Stars and Men was placed in the live-action feature category, while at the San Francisco Film Festival, it competed in the documentary category and won an award.
Of Stars and Men received a VHS release from Buena Vista Home Video in July 1990, and had its DVD debut from Image Entertainment nine years later, as part of a compilation of Hubley productions.
Ana and her friends help an injured woman and are kidnapped by a strange family.
Leaving on the 15th Spring (2013)
Yuno worries for her father as she prepares to leave Minamidaito Island to attend high school.
Where the Heart Is (1998)
Family members (Ariane Ascaride, Christine Bruecher, Jean-Pierre Darroussin) on both sides react to a young Frenchwoman, pregnant by her jailed black lover.
We Were Young (2015)
Five friends learn the most chaste of them is planning to tour the world in his boat.
The Gold Racket (1937)
The Gold Racket is a 1937 American crime film directed by Louis J. Gasnier and written by David S. Levy. The film stars Conrad Nagel, Eleanor Hunt, Fuzzy Knight, Frank Milan, Jack Duffy and Albert J. Smith. The film was released on April 10, 1937, by Grand National Films Inc..
Once My Mother (2014)
A filmmaker investigates the circumstances that led to her mother abandoning her, and learns about her mother's wartime escape from a Siberian gulag.
The Heat's On (1943)
The Heat's On (1943) is a musical movie starring Mae West, William Gaxton, and Victor Moore, and released by Columbia Pictures.
Shoulder the Lion (2015)
How the human spirit prevails in the face of tragedy.
Power and Impotence, a Drama in 3 Acts (2014)
Common men get access to power to try to challenge the system from within.
Welcome Aboard Toxic Airlines (2007)
Welcome Aboard Toxic Airlines is a 2007 British documentary film directed and produced by former airline captain Tristan Loraine on aerotoxic syndrome.
Raaj Tilak (1984)
Raaj Tilak is a 1984 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Rajkumar Kohli, starring Raaj Kumar, Sunil Dutt, Dharmendra, Kamal Haasan, Hema Malini, Ranjeeta Kaur, Reena Roy, Yogeeta Bali, Sarika, Pran, Ranjeet, Raj Kiran and Ajit.
Workers, Peasants (2001)
Men and women from all generations are brought together in the same town after World War II.
Scream, Pretty Peggy (1973)
Scream, Pretty Peggy is a 1973 American made-for-television horror film directed by Gordon Hessler and starring Bette Davis, Ted Bessell, and Sian Barbara Allen. Its plot follows a young college student who is given a job by a sculptor housekeeping at a mysterious mansion where his sister and their elderly mother reside. It was broadcast as the ABC Suspense Movie on November 24, 1973.
The Legend of Hillbilly John (1974)
A wandering ballad singer in the Appalachian Mountains is transported back in time by an ugly creature.
The Dancer (2011)
Sang Penari is a 2011 Indonesian film based on the trilogy of novels Ronggeng Dukuh Paruk by Ahmad Tohari and directed by Ifa Isfansyah. Starring Nyoman Oka Antara and Prisia Nasution, it tells the story of a young man and his friendship with his small village's new ronggeng.
I'll See You In My Dreams (1951)
He penned the lines. Walter Donaldson, George Gershwin and others provided the music. Yet there was a more vital partner in lyricist Gus Kahn's life: Grace LeBoy Kahn, who put the love into his love songs.
Doris Day and Danny Thomas are the Kahns in this affectionate musical, one of 1952's top box-office hits. The title song, "It Had to Be You," "Makin' Whoopee" and "Love Me or Leave Me" lead a 23-song cavalcade (in all, he co-wrote some 800 tunes) that propels this story of Kahn's life from the day he walked into a music publishing house to public triumphs, private failures, career decline and comeback.
Directed by Michael Curtiz (Casablanca), this is a winning tribute to the talented guy who put into song what lovers feel in their hearts.
In just five days the world we know changed forever with devastating results. As a retired US Intelligence agent turned UFO investigator races to discover what the unknown has in store for the human race, an observer from another planet starts a search to rescue the human woman he fell in love with before it all happened.
TV Party (2005)
The history of the television program "TV Party."
The Island Monster (1954)
The Island Monster (Italian: Il mostro dell'isola, also known as Island Monster and The Monster of the Island) is a 1954 Italian thriller film directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero.
Lucio Flavio (1977)
Lucio Flavio (Portuguese: Lúcio Flávio, o Passageiro da Agonia) is a 1977 Brazilian film directed by Héctor Babenco based on the book of the same by José Louzeiro, who co-wrote the screenplay. It stars Reginaldo Faria as Lúcio Flávio, a famous bandit in Rio de Janeiro in the 1970s. Babenco did not want to limit the story to Lúcio Flávio, and stated it was also a film about Esquadrão da Morte, a death squad from the 1960s.
Belle of the Nineties (1934)
Belle of the Nineties (1934) is Mae West's fourth motion picture, directed by Leo McCarey and released by Paramount Pictures. The film was based on West's original story It Ain't No Sin which was also to be the film's title until censors objected. Johnny Mack Brown, Duke Ellington, and Katherine DeMille are also in the cast. Shooting commenced on March 19, 1934 and concluded in June. The film was released on September 21, 1934. It had a domestic (U.S.A.) gross of $2,000,000. As usual with West's films, some scenes were removed to be shown in different States. To be shown in New York, one of the biggest markets, they had to completely re-shoot the final scene. Mae West's character and the Tiger Kid were originally to complete their nuptials without a marriage ceremony, the ceremony had to be included.
A publicity stunt went awry when 50 parrots were trained to shout the original title of "it ain't no sin". The parrots were subsequently released in the jungles of South America still repeating "it ain't no sin" over and over again. Sheet music of the song "My American Beauty" was also printed with the film's original title and corrected with a rubber stamp.
Madonna: Innocence Lost (1994)
Madonna: Innocence Lost is a 1994 American drama film directed by Bradford May and written by Michael J. Murray. The film stars Terumi Matthews, Wendie Malick, Jeff Yagher, Diana Leblanc, Dean Stockwell and Nigel Bennett. The film premiered on Fox on November 29, 1994.
Taking a look at the strength, humor and heartaches of eight Brazilian Paralympic athletes.
The Man from Morocco (1945)
The Man from Morocco is a 1945 action adventure film directed by Mutz Greenbaum as Max Greene. The film was produced by Welwyn Studios in Great Britain.
Scrap Wood War (2014)
Best friends Ziggy (Kees Nieuwerf) and Bas (Julian Ras) find themselves on opposing sides for the first time in their lives when they enter a building contest.
Of Men and Music (1951)
A host of world-famous musicians are seen in concert and at leisure.
A Cry for Love (1980)
An amphetamine addict and a divorced alcoholic meet, fall in love and try to save each other from self-destruction. Based on Jill Chaey Robinson's best-seller "BEDTIME STORY".
Everything We Loved (2014)
Everything We Loved is a 2014 New Zealand drama film written and directed by Max Currie. It won Best Actress and Best Screenplay at the 2014 New Zealand Film Awards.
Trail of the Broken Blade (1967)
Wang Yu heads a stellar cast in this tale of a swordsman on the run, with his beloved in hot pursuit. The intense action scenes are beautifully choreographed. Chang Cheh directs.
Goodbye, Miss Turlock (1948)
Goodbye, Miss Turlock is a 1948 American short film directed by Edward Cahn, released as one of the John Nesbitt's Passing Parade series. It won an Oscar at the 20th Academy Awards in 1948 for Best Short Subject (One-Reel).
Black & White & Sex (2012)
Through the eyes of Angie comes a film that will make you stop and really think about sex.
Mr. Music (1998)
The owner (Mick Fleetwood) of a flagging record company hires a teen music fan (Jonathan Tucker) as vice president of talent.
First Circle (2010)
Filmmaker Heather Rae examines the foster care system in the United States and how it affects families.
Cider with Rosie (1998)
Cider with Rosie is a British television film of 1998 directed by Charles Beeson, with a screenplay by John Mortimer, starring Juliet Stevenson, based on the book of the same name by Laurie Lee.
Mind Over Murder (1979)
A psychic model (Deborah Raffin) is stalked by a mass murderer she foresees and identifies to the police.
Ban Geum-ryeon (1982)
Ban Geum-ryeon is a 1982 South Korean film directed by Kim Ki-young. Filmed in 1975, the film was banned at the time, and 40 minutes of footage had been censored when it was finally released.
Promise of the Flesh (1975)
Promise of the Flesh is an award-winning 1975 South Korean film directed by Kim Ki-young.
The Spanish Cape Mystery (1935)
The Spanish Cape Mystery is a 1935 American mystery film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Donald Cook, Helen Twelvetrees and Berton Churchill. It is based on the novel of the same name featuring the detective Ellery Queen.
Out of Here (2013)
A young man reluctantly returns to Dublin and moves in with his parents.
An abandoned dog finds its way into the hearts of a family, teaching the members a lesson in compassion along the way.
Fury at Smugglers' Bay (1961)
Fury at Smugglers' Bay is a 1961 British adventure film produced, written and directed by John Gilling and starring Peter Cushing, Bernard Lee, Michèle Mercier and John Fraser. The plot revolves around smuggling in Cornwall. Studio sequences were filmed at Twickenham Film Studios in west London with the external sequences representing the coast of Cornwall actually being shot at Abereiddy on the north Pembrokeshire coast in south-west Wales.