In The Land Of Blood And Honey (2011)

In Angelina Jolie's first film as a writer-director, she unfolds a tragic love story set against the backdrop of the Bosnian War. In a land where people of different cultures long lived in peace, there was a brief moment when love blossomed between Ajla, a Muslim artist, and Danijel, a Serb police officer. Then violence tore through the nation, pitting neighbor against neighbor. Now, Ajla has been taken prisoner -- saved from the darkest horrors of war only by her captor, Danijel. As circumstances place them on opposite sides of the conflict, their relationship is ravaged by questions of loyalty and betrayal.

A Deadly Obsession (2012)

Suzanne, a professor of psychology, witnessed her mother kill her father as a child. When gunfire breaks out on campus, she learns Connor, a former patient, has tracked her down to declare his love.

Wonderland (2015)

People of Switzerland are dependent on other countries.

Yes: 9012 live (1985)

9012Live is a concert film featuring the English rock band Yes, recorded at Northlands Coliseum in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on 28 and 29 September 1984 on the band's tour in support of their eleventh studio album, 90125 (1983). It mostly features performances from 90125, which was their highest selling album. The band consists of singer Jon Anderson, guitarist Trevor Rabin, keyboardist Tony Kaye, bassist Chris Squire, and drummer Alan White. The film includes computer special effects from Charlex.

Youthful Edge (2015)

Youthful Edge features some of the biggest names is amateur motocross aging from 4+ These kids are already inking up contracts, As pressure and stress build the most important thing to remember is to have fun. This is the future of our sport!

American Virgin (2009)

American Virgin (previously Virgin on Bourbon Street) is a 2009 American comedy film directed by Clare Kilner, written by Jeff Seeman, and starring Jenna Dewan, Brianne Davis, Rob Schneider, Chase Ryan Jeffery and Elan Moss-Bachrach.

The Aviator (1985)

The Aviator (1985) is an American adventure film directed by George T. Miller. The film stars Christopher Reeve and Rosanna Arquette.

Aftermath (2013)

Thomas Fiorini (Anthony Michael Hall) has created a perfect life for himself. Owning a profitable construction company, blessed with a beautiful wife and child on the way. Life is perfect. But problems arise quickly when charismatic, ex-convict Tony Bricker (Chris Penn) is fired and his foreman (Jamie Harrold) goes missing. Tensions Flair as suspicion falls on Bricker who initiates a war of threats but not until an overreaction from our hero do things spiral out of control. As Fiorini is introduced to a slew of shady characters and hit men, forcing to take matters into his own hands – for better or worse.

Alchemy (2005)

Alchemy is a 2005 film starring Tom Cavanagh and Sarah Chalke. It premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2005. The film did not have a wide release in movie theaters, so its big public premiere was on television, on ABC Family on October 7, 2005. It was written and directed by Evan Oppenheimer.

Alive (2004)

Musical director tries to create a new show with no budget.

American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt (1989)

The enormously popular American Ninja series continues with this latest installment of non-stop martial arts wizardry, international intrigue and blazing Ninja action.

Inspector Clouseau (1968)

When an elusive group of thieves commits a string of robberies across Europe, the British prime minister enlists the expertise of bumbling sleuth Inspector Clouseau (Alan Arkin). To complicate matters, the crimes are suspected to be connected to a Scotland Yard dirty cop, so Clouseau must save the day all on his own. However, he finds himself in a tricky situation when he is kidnapped and the robbers use a mask of his own face to conceal their identity while they continue to rob banks.

Just Around The Corner (1938)

Just Around the Corner is a 1938 American musical comedy film directed by Irving Cummings. The screenplay by Ethel Hill, Darrell Ware, and J. P. McEvoy was based on the novel Lucky Penny by Paul Girard Smith. The film focuses on the tribulations of little Penny Hale (Temple) and her architect father (Farrell) after he is forced by circumstances to accept a job as janitor. The film was the fourth and last cinematic song and dance pairing of Shirley Temple and Bill Robinson. It is available on DVD and videocassette. The musical score includes the popular standard "I Love to Walk in the Rain" which can be viewed on YouTube.

The Jackals (1967)

The Jackals is a 1967 DeLuxe Color Western film from 20th Century Fox filmed at Killarney Film Studios South Africa. A remake of 1948's Yellow Sky, it stars Vincent Price as a South African prospector named Oupa (grandpa) Decker and contract Fox star Robert Gunner. The film was the last directed by Robert D. Webb.

The Kid (1997)

Harry Sloan, an aging trainer, sees real potential in young Jimmy, a passionate boxer. With Harry's guidance, Jimmy trains and fights his way to the top of his division. All things appear to be on track except for one small problem: Jimmy's parents, Don and Doreen, don't know he's a boxer. Knowing that his parents wouldn't approve of his career, Jimmy devises what he thinks is a fool-proof system to keep his secret.

The Kansan (1943)

The Kansan is a 1943 Western film directed by George Archainbaud. The film is also known as Wagon Wheels in the United Kingdom.

The Love Letter (1999)

The Love Letter is a 1999 American romantic comedy film directed by Peter Chan and starring Kate Capshaw. It is based on the novel by Cathleen Schine. The original music score was composed by Luis Enriquez Bacalov. The film takes place in the New England town of Loblolly-by-the-Sea.

Lion Of The Desert (1981)

Lion of the Desert is a 1981 Libyan historical action film starring Anthony Quinn as Libyan tribal leader Omar Mukhtar, a Bedouin leader fighting the Regio Esercito (Italian Royal Army) in the years leading up to World War II, and Oliver Reed as Italian General Rodolfo Graziani, who attempted to defeat Mukhtar. It was directed by Moustapha Akkad and funded by the government under Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. Released in May 1981, the film was liked by critics and audiences but performed poorly financially, bringing in just $1 million net worldwide.. The film was banned in Italy in 1982 and was only shown on pay TV in 2009.

Black Sunday (1960)

Black Sunday (Italian: La maschera del demonio) — also known as The Mask of Satan and Revenge of the Vampire — is a 1960 Italian gothic horror film directed by Mario Bava, from a screenplay by Ennio de Concini, Mario Serandrei and Marcello Coscia (who was uncredited). The film stars Barbara Steele, John Richardson, Arturo Dominici and Ivo Garrani. It was Bava's directorial debut, although he had completed several previous feature films without credit. Based very loosely on Nikolai Gogol's short story "Viy", the narrative concerns a witch who is put to death by her own brother, only to return 200 years later to seek revenge on her descendants. By the social standards of the 1960s, Black Sunday was considered unusually gruesome, and was banned in the UK until 1968 because of its violence. In the U.S., some of the gore was censored, in-house, by the distributor American International Pictures before its theatrical release to the country's cinemas, where it was shown as a double feature with Roger Corman's The Little Shop of Horrors. Despite the censorship, Black Sunday was a worldwide critical and box office success, and launched the careers of director Mario Bava and movie star Barbara Steele. In 2004, one of its sequences was voted number 40 among the "100 Scariest Movie Moments" by the Bravo TV network.

Brutal Massacre: A Comedy (2008)

Brutal Massacre is a 2007 American mockumentary comedy written and directed by Stevan Mena, and produced by Stevan Mena, Chris Aurilia, Jerry Aurilia, Tom Bambard, Timothy J. Bristoll and Vincent Butta, in association with the Aurilia Arts Productions and Crimson Films. The film stars David Naughton, Brian O'Halloran, Gerry Bednob, Ellen Sandweiss, Vincent Butta, and Ken Foree.

Brainstorm (1965)

Brainstorm, released in 1965, is a late film noir. The film stars Jeffrey Hunter (credited as Jeff) and Anne Francis and was produced and directed by William Conrad, who became better known as an actor in such television series as Cannon and Jake and the Fat Man.

BitterSweet (1999)

A wrongly imprisoned woman (Angie Everhart) enlists the help of a cop (James Russo) in exacting revenge against her boyfriend and the head of a crime ring (Eric Roberts).

Believe (2000)

Ben Stiles loves to play scary tricks on people. And after getting expelled from prep school, he has even more time to devote to such shenanigans. When he and his friend Katherine decide to transform spooky, abandoned Warwick House into a haunted house, he doesn't take into account that the ramshackle old place may not need his help! When a mysterious wailing ghost makes itself known, the twoget sucked into the world of the supernatural and try to find the truth behind the haunting.

Bone Dry (2007)

Bone Dry is an American drama film released in 2008. It was directed, produced by Emmy award winner Brett A. Hart & written by Jeff O'Brien & Brett A. Hart. The film starred Luke Goss and Lance Henriksen. Bone Dry is now available on Netflix, video on demand & DVD.

Blood Trails (2006)

Blood Trails is a 2006 German horror film written and directed by Robert Krause, and co-written by Florian Puchert.

The Boys Next Door (1996)

The Boys Next Door is a 1996 television movie based on a play by Tom Griffin which was published in 1983 under the title Damaged Hearts, Broken Flowers and again in 1988 under the title The Boys Next Door. The movie was produced by Hallmark Entertainment as a Hallmark Hall of Fame Movie.

The Beniker Gang (1985)

The Beniker Gang is a 1985 drama film. The story was written by Judie Angell and directed by Ken Kwapis. The movie stars Andrew McCarthy as Arthur Beniker, Jennifer Dundas as Cassie Beniker, Charles Fields as Edmund Beniker, and Danny Pintauro as Ben Benniker.

Camp (2013)

Eli’s life is nightmare. On his 10th birthday Eli is taken to the hospital by police who respond to a domestic disturbance call. Eli is removed from his home and is placed in Locustwood, a facility little better than a youth prison. In this environment Eli spirals downward, becoming an angry and scared creature. Meanwhile, to impress a potential new client, investment advisor Ken Matthews signs up to be a camp counselor and gets paired with Eli. Over the course of camp, Kenas heart is broken as he learns about Eli’s dark past. Eli slowly opens up to Ken as he starts to love Eli unconditionally. Eli begins to have hope.

Driftwood (2006)

Driftwood is a 2006 horror film that was shown at the Screamfest LA International Horror Film Festival on October 20, 2006. The film was released on DVD on November 13, 2007. Driftwood was directed by Tim Sullivan and starring Raviv Ullman and Diamond Dallas Page.

The Defender (2004)

The Defender is a 2004 British-German action film directed by and starring Dolph Lundgren in his directorial debut. The film also co-stars Jerry Springer, Shakara Ledard, Thomas Lockyer and Caroline Lee Johnson. The film was released on direct-to-video in the United States on October 18, 2005.

Decampitated (1998)

Decampitated is a 1998 independent American horror comedy film. It was directed by Matt Cunningham and stars Mike Hart, Jonathon Scott, Thomas Martwick, Steve Ladden, and Cristina Patterson Ceret. It was distributed on video by Troma Entertainment. Decampitated was filmed in Colorado and finishing funds were provided by Troma Entertainment.

Earthbound (2013)

Joe, an alien living on Earth, falls in love with Maria. He shares his secret and she thinks he is crazy until intergalactic bounty hunters arrive to take him away.

Final (2001)

Final is a 2001 science fiction film directed by Campbell Scott. It stars Denis Leary, Hope Davis, J. C. MacKenzie, Jim Gaffigan, Jim Hornyak, and Maureen Anderman.

For Real (2009)

For Real is a 2009 film which follows the point of view of six-year-old Shruti (Zoya Hassan). Family discord has a deep impact on her and she starts feeling that her mother (Sarita Choudhury) is an alien from the Orion galaxy who has exchanged places with her own mother.

Fire In The Dark (1991)

An independent widow (Olympia Dukakis) and her daughter (Lindsay Wagner) and family are forced by her condition to face her old age.

Full Tilt Boogie (1997)

Full Tilt Boogie is a 1997 documentary film directed by Sarah Kelly that chronicles the production of the 1996 film From Dusk till Dawn. It features extensive interviews with the cast and crew covering a variety of topics related to the film. This includes the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees protesting the non-union status of the film. The production crew for the documentary are also non-union.

Freshman Orientation (2004)

Freshman Orientation, also known as Home of Phobia, is a 2004 romantic comedy film directed by Ryan Shiraki, starring Sam Huntington and Kaitlin Doubleday.

Fat Kid Rules The World (2012)

Fat Kid Rules the World is a 2012 comedy-drama film directed by Matthew Lillard in his directorial debut. It is based on the book of the same name and stars Jacob Wysocki, Matt O'Leary & Billy Campbell.

Columbus Circle (2012)

Abigail Clayton (Selma Blair) lives alone. Very alone. In fact, the heiress has not left her Manhattan apartment for almost two decades. When the death of her elderly neighbor prompts NYPD Homicide Detective Frank Giardello (Giovanni Ribisi) to launch an investigation, the agoraphobic Abigail is distressed to find him outside her door, questioning her. Having tried to acquire the now vacant apartment to ensure her privacy, Abigail is further upset when new tenants Lillian (Amy Smart) and Charlie (Jason Lee) move in. Abigail anxiously monitors her new neighbors from the safety of her front door’s peephole, but her well-ordered world begins to unravel when she finally encounters Lillian and Charlie face-to-face and her sheltered existence becomes threatened in unexpected and terrifying ways.

Cherry (2011)

Cherry is a 2010 American comedy film directed by Jeffrey Fine and starring Kyle Gallner and Laura Allen.

Creature (2011)

Creature is a 2011 American monster movie directed by Fred M. Andrews, based on a screenplay written by Andrews and Tracy Morse. The film is set in the Louisiana Bayou, where a group of friends discover a local legend and are in a fight for their survival. The film opened in theaters on September 9, 2011, in the United States and Canada. It stars Mehcad Brooks, Serinda Swan, Amanda Fuller, Dillon Casey, Lauren Schneider, Aaron Hill, Daniel Bernhardt, and Sid Haig. It made headlines for its low gross.

Cold Feet (1989)

Cold Feet is a 1989 film directed by Robert Dornhelm. It stars Keith Carradine and Sally Kirkland.

The Christmas Stallion (1992)

The Winter Stallion, also known as The Christmas Stallion, is a 1992 British television Technicolor film directed by Peter Edwards and starring Daniel J. Travanti. A Welsh language version titled Eira Cynta'r Gaeaf was filmed back-to-back and broadcast on S4C, which produced the film.

Canvas (1992)

When a drug deal goes bad, an artist and his girlfriend must steal to save his brother from a mobster (Gary Busey).

The Crew (2008)

This article is about the 2008 British movie. For the 2000 movie of the same name, see The Crew (2000 film). For the 2014 video game also with the same name, see The Crew (video game). The Crew is a 2008 British crime film based on the novel Outlaws by Kevin Sampson. It is set in the criminal underworld of Northern England especially Liverpool, Merseyside.

Creep (2004)

Creep is a 2004 British-German horror film written and directed by Christopher Smith. The film follows a woman locked in the London Underground overnight who finds herself being stalked by a hideously deformed killer living in the sewers below. The film was first shown at the Frankfurt Fantasy Filmfest in Germany on 10 August 2004.

The Desperate Trail (1994)

The Desperate Trail is a 1994 American western film written and directed by P. J. Pesce and starring Sam Elliott, Craig Sheffer and Linda Fiorentino.

Pendejo (Idiot) (2013)

Jai (Raja Fenske) lives the high life until his wealthy father's gives him an ultimatum to work as a janitor at the family company or lose his inheritance. Jai adapts to his new job and realizes that being a grown up is not all that bad.

Pick Up the Mic (2006)

Pick Up the Mic is a documentary film, released in 2006, which profiles the underground homo hop scene, which is a subgenre of hip hop that includes gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender artists. The film was directed by Alex Hinton. The documentary had its premiere at the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival. Subsequently the film screened at other film festivals around the world. An edited version aired nationally in the United States on the Logo cable television channel. Though homophobia is a phenomenon commonly laid at the feet of mainstream hip hop, pop culture's relationship to it has also been shaped by white middle class LGBT communities' covert and overt racism and internalized homophobia. As a result, the attendant conversations in LGBT and straight mainstream media around the subject tend to gravitate toward the speculative (Queen Pen's 1998 single "Your Girlfriend") and the apocryphal (the brief career of self-proclaimed "gay rapper" Caushun, who was the subject of a flurry of mainstream press from 2001-2003, yet failed to release an album or single through his reported record deal with Kimora Lee Simmons' Baby Phat imprint). Homohop is a growing subgenre of aggressive pro-gay lyrics directly confronting the perceived homophobia of mainstream rap. It is a significant underground gay hip hop movement, spearheaded by many of the artists profiled in Pick Up the Mic. The performance footage in the documentary was shot at the PeaceOUT World Homo Hop Festival in Oakland, California between 2002 and 2004, and Peace Out East, a sister festival in New York City curated by Judge "Dutchboy" Muscat and Shante "Paradigm" Smalls. All of the artists featured in Pick Up the Mic have released multiple independent recordings and have toured the United States and internationally over the past several years. Katastrophe, Deep Dickollective and Scream Club have been among the most prolific, with the Scream Club making several tours across Europe in recent years, where they have developed a cult-like following.

Plastic Galaxy: The Story Of Star Wars Toys (2014)

Plastic Galaxy: The Story of Star Wars Toys is a 2014 documentary film directed by Brian Stillman about Kenner's action figures based on the Star Wars franchise.

Point And Shoot (2014)

In 2006, Matt VanDyke set off on a 35,000 mile motorcycle adventure that eventually led him to Libya, where he joined the rebels fighting dictator Muammar Gaddafi.

PoliWood (2009)

PoliWood is a 2009 documentary film directed by Barry Levinson and produced by Tim Daly, Robin Bronk and Robert E. Baruc.

Popi (1969)

Striving for a better life for his two sons, a Puerto Rican immigrant named Popi (Alan Arkin) goes about his mission in a singularly eccentric fashion in this comedy from director Arthur Hiller. So intent is Harlem resident Abraham "Popi" Rodriguez (Arkin) upon providing his boys with the American dream, that he puts off marrying his beautiful girlfriend Lupe (Rita Moreno) in order to carry out the mother of all harebrained schemes. After instructing his boys how to row with lessons in Central Park, Popi takes them to Florida and sets them adrift on the ocean, knowing that two cute "refugees from Cuba" seeking asylum in the U.S. will become celebrity cases and probably be adopted by rich WASP's. Popi's plan works like a charm, with his sons even earning an audience with the president, but a visit to the hospital where they're recovering from their ordeal at sea sinks his big plans.

Population Boom (2013)

Director Werner Boote travels the planet to examine the myths and facts on overpopulation.

Portrait of Wally (2012)

Egon Schiele's "Portrait of Wally," a painting stolen by Nazis, hung in the Museum of Modern Art until a historic lawsuit put it back in the hands of its rightful owners.

The Princess Castle (1996)

Princess Castle is a movie about the Middle Ages and how the lives of people were during that time. In the movie, a terrible army makes its way across Europe destroying everything in its path. The evil army takes down towns and castles, killing and pillaging anything in their path including animals. One final castle stands between the evil army and destroying everything in Europe. An entire army goes in to the castle to makes its final stand against the evil army. Throughout the movie, the plight of the people living during this time is shown, as is many land battles.

Psych:9 (2010)

Psych: 9 is a 2010 American-Czech horror film directed by Andrew Shortell. It stars Sara Foster and Michael Biehn.

Ratboy (1986)

Ratboy is a 1986 American drama film directed by and starring Sondra Locke. The make-up effects were designed by Rick Baker. The film's scenario is at times comic or serious, and one of its peculiarities is that there never is any explanation for Ratboy's origin and existence as a human-rat hybrid. Ratboy had a troubled production and was both a critical and commercial failure. However, it received better reviews in European countries, especially France, winning the Deauville American Film Festival.

Recep Ivedik 2 (2009)

Recep İvedik 2 is a 2009 Turkish comedy film, directed by Togan Gökbakar, which stars Şahan Gökbakar as an oafish character who tries to find a job and a wife to please his ailing grandmother. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on Feb. 13, 2009, was the highest grossing Turkish film of 2009. The film's titular comic character was created by Şahan Gökbakar for his Turkish comedy television show Dikkat Şahan Çıkabilir, which ran from 2005 to 2006, and has subsequently gone on to feature in a series of sequel films starting with Recep İvedik (2008), to which this is the sequel.

Revelation Road 2: The Sea Of Glass And Fire (2013)

Revelation Road 2: The Sea of Glass And Fire continues the thrilling odyssey of Josh McManus (David A.R. White) as he journeys home to his wife (Jen Lilley) and daughter. Chasing Josh at every turn are the brutal outlaws Hawg (Brian Bosworth), Junkyard (Steve "Sting" Borden) and his rolling gang of killers. On the day after the Biblical Rapture, law and order has broken down - the highways have become a no-mans-land of bandits and looters. Josh's world has been shaken to the core and he must make a choice, embrace his past as a man of violence, or follow God's calling for his life and trust Him for the strength to carry on. Which will he choose?

Rickie Lee Jones: Live in Stockholm (Live Pa Berns) (2010)

A rocking intimate live concert performance with Rickie Lee Jones, from Stockholm's royal Berns venue.

Rise Above the Mark (2014)

Rise Above the Mark is a documentary narrated by Peter Coyote that brings to light the heartbreaking realities of public education. It's the story of what happens when politics enters the classroom. Public schools are boxed in by current corporate reforms. Rules and regulations restrict vision, depreciate funding, demoralize teachers, and turn students into test-taking machines, robbing them of time to foster creativity. Rise Above the Mark focuses on Indiana's struggles with public school reforms—the same types of struggles experienced in schools throughout the United States. Hear directly from teachers who fight for our kids every day, and experts Diane Ravtich, Linda Darling-Hammond, Marc Tucker, and Pasi Sahlberg as they discuss how America can make positive changes to provide an exceptional public school system for all children.

Rise of the Fellowship (2013)

Randall, a nerdy high-school kid, and three of his friends train to take part in a "Lord of the Rings" gaming competition.

Road to the Big Leagues (2008)

Through the eyes of local kids playing with pebbles to the perspective of Dominican major league stars David Ortiz and Vladimir Guerrero, this documentary reveals a side of 'America's Game' that few have ever seen before.

Face the Thunder (2011)

Twelve bikers from Sacramento, California travel across the country to Washington, D.C. to raise awareness for POW's and MIA's.

Bhoothnath (2008)

Bhoothnath is a 2008 Indian Hindi horror comedy film directed by Vivek Sharma, starring Amitabh Bachchan, Juhi Chawla, Aman Siddiqui, Priyanshu Chatterjee and Rajpal Yadav in lead roles and features Shah Rukh Khan in a very special and important cameo role. The film is an adaptation of Oscar Wilde's "The Canterville Ghost". A sequel titled Bhoothnath Returns was released on 11 April 2014. It was released on 9 May 2008, receiving generally positive reviews from critics and was well received by audiences, thus becoming a success at the box office. Moreover, it was a very popular movie among children and the performances of the main trio were praised by critics and audiences alike.

Blood and Sand (1941)

Blood and Sand (1941) is a Technicolor film directed by Rouben Mamoulian, produced by 20th Century Fox, and starring Tyrone Power, Linda Darnell, Rita Hayworth, and Alla Nazimova. It is based on the critical 1908 Spanish novel about bullfighting, Blood and Sand (Sangre y arena), by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez. The supporting cast features Anthony Quinn, Lynn Bari, Laird Cregar, J. Carrol Naish, John Carradine and George Reeves. Rita Hayworth's singing voice was dubbed by Gracilla Pirraga. There are two earlier versions of Blood and Sand, a 1922 version produced by Paramount Pictures, and starring Rudolph Valentino, and a 1916 version filmed by Blasco Ibáñez himself, with the help of Max André. There is also a 1989 version starring Christopher Rydell and Sharon Stone. This film was the fourth and last in which Tyrone Power and Linda Darnell worked together, others were; Day-Time Wife (1939); Brigham Young (1940) and The Mark of Zorro (1940).

Bohemia (2014)

Narrates the journey of a rock star (Carla Quevedo) who, with a scarred conscience by the death of a fellow artist, goes into the deepest of the night (in a maze of shadows) to create his masterpiece. To the point that in the middle of his odyssey he may lose his life, his head and his beloved Valquiria (Macela Breque).

Born to Fly: Elizabeth Streb vs. Gravity (2014)

The STREB Extreme Action Company pushes their performances from the ground to the air.

Bound by Sea (2013)

Jack Viorel and his young daughter visit four oceans and teach poor children the value of surfing and transcending the hardships in their lives.

Bro' (2012)

After meeting his girlfriend's brother, a college student gets involved in the wild-partying lifestyle of professional freestyle motocross riders, and is taught the ins and outs of their world. The deeper he gets, however, the sooner he’ll find himself in a downward spiral, looking for a way out - and asking himself how far he's willing to go to achieve a sense of belonging.

Brothers of War (2015)

A rivalry tears apart two brothers, one of whom -- poetry lover Greg -- enlists and is sent to the front lines in war-torn France, where he discovers a world of brutality and uncertainty.

Caroline And The Magic Potion (2015)

Gifted with the ability to fly, a girl (Nicole Tompkins) must save her grandmother (Jaimie Paulson) from the evil leader of a manufacturing company.

Cavedigger (2013)

Cavedigger is a 2013 documentary film by Jeffrey Karoff.

Celluloid Bloodbath: More Prevues from Hell (2012)

Horror stars discuss clips from the golden era of grind-house films.

Change (2009)

Change is a feature documentary about the Barack Obama - John McCain United States presidential election, 2008 directed by Matteo Barzini and produced by Feel Film. It premiered May 15, 2010 at Rome Independent Film Festival. It was later distributed by Cinecittà Luce.

The Elegant Clockwork of the Universe (2013)

Time travel will not be impossible forever.

The Eyes of the Mummy (1918)

Die Augen der Mumie Ma is a 1918 German silent film directed by Ernst Lubitsch. The film stars Pola Negri as Ma, Emil Jannings as Radu, and Harry Liedtke as Wendland. It is the first collaboration between Lubitsch and Negri, a pairing that would go on to make worldwide successes such as Carmen (1918), Madame DuBarry (1919), and Sumurun (1920).

A Mother's Devotion; or, The Firing of the Patchwork Quilt (1912)

When the trestle her son's train is about to cross is struck by lightning, a mother must find some way to warn him of the danger ahead. This silent film features an original, scene-specific piano score compiled from period appropriate photoplay music.

The First Easter Egg (1997)

A little bunny goes in search of an Easter gift for his mother. A friendly chicken gives him a beautiful egg, but on his way home the bunny encounters several characters that have their own plans for the gift.

The Haunted Castle (1921)

Before plumbing the depths of horror and despair with such films as Faust and The Last Laugh, Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau tested the waters with this moody drama of a storm-bound manor and the grim mystery that lurks within.  A hunting party is interrupted by the arrival of a notorious Count (Lothar Mehnert), who is believed to have murdered his brother.  The uninvited guest sets in motion an elaborate plot to resurrect the ghosts of the past and bring to light the dark secret that lies at the center of his brother’s death. The foreboding atmosphere and psychological complexity inspired Murnau to delve deeper into the horror genre, which he did the following year, with the immortal vampire tale Nosferatu (1922).

The Kingdom Within (2014)

The film began as a response to a couple of evangelical Christian pastors referring to yoga as "demonic" and "against Christianity". Interviews from yogis, Christians, and scholars comparing these ancient spiritual systems.

The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun (2015)

The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun (French: La Dame dans l'auto avec des lunettes et un fusil) is a 2015 French-Belgian thriller film directed by Joann Sfar and starring Freya Mavor, Benjamin Biolay, Elio Germano, and Stacy Martin. It is based on the novel La Dame dans l'auto avec des lunettes et un fusil by Sébastien Japrisot and a remake of the 1970 film about a woman who is implicated in a crime she knows nothing about and must find out about to prove she is innocent. It won the Magritte Award for Best Costume Design at the 6th Magritte Awards.

The Masonic Map (2008)

The lives of college students changes when they recover one of the most controversial relics of all time, a Masonic map brought to America by the Freemasons in 1502 that hundred of people have died for.

The Noble Horse (1999)

Discover the power and mystery of one of nature's most magnificent creatures.

The Pact (1995)

Kate and Greg made a pact: if they were both single when they turned 35, they'd get married. That day has come.

The Path: Afterlife (2009)

Life is a journey; we are born, our lives are lived, then we die. No one can live forever – or can they? The Path: Afterlife asks two basic fundamental questions: What happens when we die? What is the purpose of life? The filmmakers interviewed 12 individuals in the United States who are well-versed, knowledgeable and currently practicing, studying or are experts in the field of holistic studies, out-of-body experiences, Reiki, past-life regression, physics and integrative medicine. The participants look at different theories as to what happens to people when they die, sharing their own personal encounters with death and near-death experiences and describing how these experiences shaped their lives and inspired them to dedicate their work to the study of consciousness.

The Rhythm of My Soul: Kentucky Roots Music (2006)

The Rhythm of My Soul is a performance documentary that tells the story of country, gospel, mountain and bluegrass - Kentucky roots music.

The Rosslyn Frequency: Uncovering the Hidden World of the Knights Templar (2009)

This unique film presents startling new evidence to suggest that there is a very real and breathtaking secret hidden within the structure of the now legendary Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland.

The Science of Healing with Dr. Esther Sternberg (2009)

Author and medical researcher Dr. Esther Sternberg examines the role the brain plays in healing.

The Search for Bridey Murphy (1956)

An amateur hypnotist (Louis Hayward) cues a Colorado housewife's (Teresa Wright) seeming other life as a woman in 1800s Ireland.

The Swing Era (2010)

This definitive history of Swing music.

The Titan: Story of Michelangelo (1950)

The Titan: Story of Michelangelo is a 1950 German documentary film about the painter and sculptor Michelangelo. It won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. In 1952 it became the first feature-length documentary to be shown on network television. The film was a re-edited version of a German/Swiss film of 1938 originally titled Michelangelo: Life of a Titan, directed by Curt Oertel. The re-edited version put a new English narration by Fredric March and a musical score onto a shorter edit of the existing film. The new credits include Robert J. Flaherty, Oertel and Richard Lyford as Directors and Ralph Alswang, Flaherty and Robert Snyder as Producers. The film was edited by Richard Lyford. The Academy Film Archive preserved The Titan in 2005.

The Town Inside (2014)

A family struggles to survive after a viral outbreak spreads rapidly and leaves food and water hard to find. When an infected neighbor comes looking for help, the struggle to survive and remain human becomes more difficult.

The Truth About You (2014)

Six friends come up with a game on New Year's Eve and tell each other things they've always wanted to say but were afraid of the repercussions. With safety in numbers, secrets are revealed, tears are shed, jokes fly about, and romance blossoms.

The Untidiness of the Heart (2013)

Anna Davati is a woman who answers a job advertisement published in a newspaper by Carlo Silvio, a writer of about forty-five who became blind after gaining international recognition after publishing only three books. He seeks someone to take care of his library, but says his secretary must be ugly. Anna is a beautiful woman, but is hired, and a rather complicated coexistence between them unfolds.

The Way the World Ends (2012)

In this short, a couple wakes up to discover that the natural world has regressed, leaving nothing behind but the wiped out canvas of earth, dotted only by sidewalks, billboards and roads. However, everyone else is going about life as usual.

Thomas & Friends: High Speed Adventures (2009)

When Salty tells a story about a lost pirate treasure on the Island of Sodor, Thomas sets out to discover if it's really true! Meanwhile, Dennis, a new Diesel engine, is playing tricks, and Henry tries to prove he is the strongest engine on the Island of Sodor.

Thomas & Friends: Start Your Engines! (2016)

Thomas & Friends race the rails! Philip shows Gordon how fast he can go, as slow Stephen saves the day. It's Thomas vs. James on game day, as Caitlin gives Emily a boost!

Three Spare Wives (1962)

Three Spare Wives is a 1962 British comedy film directed by Ernest Morris and starring Susan Stephen, John Hewer, Robin Hunter. It was based on a play by Talbot Rothwell.