Breakfast (Table Top Dolly) (1976)
A camera slowly tracks across a fully set table until it reaches the far wall, the plates, utensils, food and drink all pushed along with it, creating a messily abstract sculpture.
Delusions of Grandeur (1971)
Power-hungry tax collector Don Salluste de Bazan (Louis De Funs) is banished from the Spanish Court and decides to use his valet, Blaze (Yves Montand), to take his revenge. In disguise, Blaze fills Don Salluste's vacant position and plans to have an affair with the queen (Karin Schubert), which the vengeful ex-collector will then reveal to the king (Alberto de Mendoza). Instead, Blaze and the queen fall in love, and the valet uses his newfound power to help end mistreatment of the poor.
Origin: A Call to Minds (2015)
Desmerelle battles the powerful Shard Sensitive Lorem to free her twin sister.
The Return of the Durango Kid (1945)
A stagecoach passenger poses as a masked avenger to track down the thieves who robbed him and his companions.
A Greek warrior (Scott Elrod) travels to the underworld to rescue the woman (Amanda Brooks) that he loves.
If I'm Lucky (1946)
Desperate for money, a swing band led by Earl Gordon (Harry James) gets a job working for a political campaign, playing at rallies for the candidate, Darius J. Magonnagle (Edgar Buchanan). Political managers, however, decide that the band's charming singer, Allen Clark (Perry Como), would make a better candidate. Clark plays along, but as the election nears, he decides he's had enough of politics. The operatives who roped him in, however, are not about to let him go easily.
How to Describe a Cloud (2013)
Liling is lured back to a small island to help her blind mother.
A young Londoner (Ann Harding) disguises herself to become governess of the son of the barrister (Leslie Howard) she loves.
The Last Border (1993)
In 2009 an escaped army prisoner (Jolyon Baker) battles a band of motorcycle thugs.
For Richer, For Poorer (1992)
For his wife (Talia Shire) and son's (Jonathan Silverman) own good, a millionaire (Jack Lemmon) decides to go bankrupt and start over from scratch.
Hollywood Man (1976)
A film crew struggles to finish a motorcycle-stunt epic despite repeated threats of sabotage from the mob.
Pink String and Sealing Wax (1946)
An innkeeper's wife (Googie Withers) poisons him, then tries to frame someone for it in Victorian England.
That Lady (1955)
Court intrigue and the king's (Paul Scofield) love complicate the romance of a widowed Spanish princess (Olivia de Havilland).
Viva Sapato! (2003)
A former dancer tries to find a pair of shoes that she sold before she learned there was money hidden in the heel.
Tales of the Riverbank (2008)
Hammy Hamster, Roderick Rat and G.P., a guinea pig, search for their lost homes.
Digital Dreams (1983)
This unconventional film incorporates elements of both documentary and fiction to create a portrait of Bill Wyman, the former bassist of the legendary British rock band the Rolling Stones. Fascinated by computers, Wyman contemplates technology, as well as his time with the Stones, with the narrative often lapsing into strange animated sequences. Featuring footage of Wyman's home life, the movie also finds the musician pondering the ups and downs of being a solo artist.
An agent in India's Secret Service probes the death of a fellow agent said to have had some evidence that would incriminate a terrorist leader.
Taxi Blues (1990)
A down-on-his-luck, self-hating Jewish jazz musician, Lyosha (Piotr Mamonov), tries to skip out on his cab fare. But the gruff, conservative cab driver, Shlykov (Piotr Zaitchenko), tracks Lyosha down and manages to swipe his saxophone, holding it hostage until Lyosha can pay him back. At first, Shlykov thinks of selling the instrument, but changes his mind and makes Lyosha his servant as a way to recoup the money. The men argue constantly, but an unexpected camaraderie also develops.
Slave Girl (1947)
When American playboy Matt Claiborne (George Brent) embarks on a mission to Tripoli, he finds forbidden love and political intrigue when he falls for a dancing girl involved with rival lords. Matt is supposed to trade gold with the Pasha for American sailors being held hostage. However, the Pasha's fiance, Francesca (Yvonne De Carlo), steals it, hoping to finance her lover El Hamid's (Carl Esmond) revolution. But when El Hamid betrays Francesca, she and Matt join forces and find true love.
Hair: Let the Sun Shine In (2007)
The history of Hair, the cultural and musical phenomenon of the 1960s and 1970s using interviews and archival footage.
The Last Outpost (1935)
World War I is raging and British officer Michael Andrews (Cary Grant) is fighting on the eastern front. After being captured by a group of Kurds, Andrews is saved by a British agent named John Stevenson (Claude Rains), and the two form an odd friendship. Andrews then injures his leg during a dangerous mission and winds up in a Cairo hospital. There he falls in love with a nurse (Gertrude Michael), who reveals that she is married. Her husband, in fact, is John Stevenson.
Crash Dive (1996)
When the American submarine "Ulysses" responds to a distress call, the Yugoslavian refugees they take onboard turn out to actually be Middle Eastern terrorists, led by Richter (Reiner Schone). They threaten to destroy Washington, D.C., using the sub's nuclear capabilities if they do not receive $100 million in gold. Former Navy SEAL James Carter (Michael Dudikoff), now a submarine designer, is brought in by Adm. Pendleton (Frederic Forrest) to sneak aboard the ship and defeat Richter.
Barbary Coast Gent (1944)
An 1880s con man (Wallace Beery) run out of San Francisco becomes a sort of Robin Hood in gold-rush Nevada.
I'll Be Your Sweetheart (1945)
A music hall duo has problems when the star falls in love.
The Hat Box Mystery (1947)
A woman aims what she understands to be an ornately disguised camera and takes a shot -- leaving a photo subject dead.
Filmmaker Parris Patton documents the life of a transsexual woman over a four-year period.
Jardins en automne (2006)
Feeling liberated after being removed from public office, Vincent revels in chasing women, drinking with friends, and getting loads of advice from his old mother.
Innocent Killers (2015)
Facing a failing grade in the class, Francisco visits Professor Espinosa, who offers him the opportunity to earn a passing grade if he helps his teacher relieve a long-standing obsession with guilt.
The Shadows (2014)
Matthew, a 9-year-old boy, finds the key to a magical world in his grandmother's garden and encounters the mystical shadow people.
Here Was Cuba (2013)
Recordings of President Kennedy's tense advisory sessions during the Cuban missile crisis.
A nubile 17-year-old (Marie Liljedahl) loses her virginity while living with her aunt (Monica Strmmerstedt) in Sweden.
The Junior Spy Agency (2011)
Sam (Jacob Hays) and the Junior Spy Agency search for a priceless Russian treasure. They race to beat Cash (Kevin Sorbo) and his gang of bumbling thieves to recover the treasure before it falls into the wrong hands.
Little Sweetheart (1989)
Nine-year-old Thelma (Cassie Barasch) is stuck at her family's vacation house, bored, lonely and perhaps a bit disturbed. So instead of spending time with her relatives, she befriends neighbor Robert Burger (John Hurt), who gives her a camera. But the conniving Thelma has sinister intentions and uses the gift to photograph the married Robert with his mistress, Dorothea (Karen Young), and blackmail him. But as Thelma's little game escalates, it takes a violent turn.
A Time to Die (1983)
A CIA agent (Rod Taylor) aids a veteran's (Edward Albert Jr.) circa-1948 hunt for the Nazis who killed his wife.
Hunting the Phantom (2014)
A policeman must break the law to save his fiancée. During his illegal activities he discovers that a global corporation is trying to overtake people's minds to control the future.
Ridin' Thru (1934)
Cattle rustlers force a pair of good-natured cowpokes to open their own investigation.
Mr. Pug (2014)
This dog enjoys pie, ice cream and origami.
Hanni & Nanni 2 (2012)
After returning from summer vacation, Hanni and Nanni must fight with their intolerable cousin and unmask a false princess.
Jupiter absconds with Europa and encounters humans who have been changed into animals.
Paco de Lucía: La búsqueda (2014)
The life and career of flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucia.
Hanni & Nanni 3 (2013)
As the school year quickly approaches, the girls rehearse "Romeo and Juliet." After an evaluation, Mrs. Bartoux decides that Nanni will play Juliet, but she's not sure what to do with Hanni.
An American Romance (1944)
Czech Stefan Dangosbiblichek (Brian Donlevy) immigrates to America where, despite having almost no money, he is allowed through Ellis Island. Stefan makes an arduous journey on foot to Minnesota, where his cousin works in a mine. Ambitious and energetic, he changes his name to Steve Dangos and eagerly learns English from teacher Anna O'Rourke (Ann Richards), whom he soon marries. The couple move to Chicago to pursue Steve's dream of success, but the way to American citizenship proves rocky.
Blood Relations (1988)
A guy (Kevin Hicks) brings his girlfriend (Lydie Dernier) to the family mansion to help him kill his brain-surgeon father (Jan Rubes).
Portrait of the Artist (2015)
A filmmaker becomes fixated on monster imagery, and his mania begins to manifest as a red stain on his back.
Table-soccer figurines come to life to battle a bully who wants to destroy them.
To Catch a King (1984)
A cafe owner (Robert Wagner) and a nightclub singer (Teri Garr) discover a Nazi plot to kidnap the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.
A Soldier's Tale (1988)
A lustful British sergeant (Gabriel Byrne) protects a young Frenchwoman (Marianne Basler) condemned for collaborating in 1944 Normandy.
And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird (1991)
Two boys (Joshua Miller, Edan Gross) help their mother (Marcia Strassman) by inventing a robot, which soon holds their father's talking ghost.
In this true story of a 19th-century nun who achieved sainthood, Thérèse Martin (Catherine Mouchet) hopes to follow in the footsteps of her two older sisters, who became members of the Carmelite order of nuns. Although the church resists initially because of her age, Thérèse stubbornly continues her quest to serve God, and even lobbies Pope Leo XIII (Armand Meppiel). Her wish is granted at age 15, when she joins the order and performs extraordinary works in a life abbreviated by illness.
The Black Glove (1954)
An American trumpet player struggles to prove his innocence in the murder of a Spanish singer.
Of the Flesh (1983)
A woman from the city moves to the countryside with her new husband.
Special Agent (1935)
Reporter Bill Bradford (George Brent) goes undercover in an effort to expose racketeer Alexander Carston (Ricardo Cortez). He is made a special agent by the government in an attempt to infiltrate Carston's gang and gain access to accounting records and prove tax evasion. Bradford gets to know Carston's accountant, Julie Gardner (Bette Davis). He attempts to get her to testify against her boss and they fall in love. But when Carston gets wind of the plan, her life is placed in danger.
In the Heat of the Night: Grow Old Along With Me (1995)
Gillespie (Carroll O'Connor) and Forbes (Carl Weathers) link a suspect to a witness of a hit-and-run fatality.
A teenage pinball hustler (Brooke Shields) travels with a would-be rock star (Ken Marshall) and plays a bar owner (Charles Durning) in a grudge match.
Fred Lyon: Living Through the Lens (2013)
Photographer Fred Lyon lives and works in San Francisco.
Filmmaker Thomas Balmès witnesses changes to a village in Bhutan as it gets roads, electricity, and cable television.
Normal Is Over the Movie (2015)
Filmmaker Renee Scheltema investigates environmental issues, from climate change to food production.
Mikhail Gorbachev, Confidential (2011)
Mikhail Gorbachev discusses the most important periods of his life.
The Last Days of Extraordinary Lives (2014)
Ordinary people, including an AIDS patient and a woman with cancer, share their thoughts and stories of love, laughter and life.
Back to the Streets of San Francisco (1992)
A homicide detective's (Karl Malden) daughter (Darleen Carr) is in danger when she visits during his hunt for a friend's killer.
Take Her, She's Mine (1963)
After reluctantly packing up his attractive daughter, Mollie (Sandra Dee), and sending her away to study art at a Paris college, Frank Michaelson (James Stewart) gives new meaning to the term "concerned parent." Reading Mollie's letters describing her counter-culture experiences and beatnik friends, Frank eventually grows so paranoid that he boards a plane to Paris to see firsthand the kind of lessons his daughter is learning with her new artist amour, Henri (Philippe Forquet).
The World Was His Jury (1958)
An attorney (Edmond O'Brien) defends a ship's captain (Robert McQueeney) who is on trial for criminal negligence following a fatal disaster at sea.
Delta Force Commando 2 (1990)
Commandos and their captain (Fred Williamson) must recover nuclear missiles and alert a comrade (Richard Hatch) to a conspiracy.
Agile, Mobile, Hostile: A Year with Andre Williams (2008)
A year in the life of R&B musician Andre Williams.
The Danish Poet (2006)
A woman wonders what made her forefathers and mothers meet, allowing her to become the person that she is.
Things go horribly awry when a young alien tries to pass his "abduction test" under the watchful eye of his instructor.
Yoga and Kung Fu Girl (1978)
A woman echoes yoga with her "soft bone" kung fu, a method with emphasis on extreme flexibility.
Twist Again in Moscow (1986)
Party inspectors and the KGB alarm the wheeler-dealer director (Philippe Noiret) of a luxury Moscow hotel.
The Cat O' Nine Tails (1971)
A newsman (James Franciscus) works with a blind puzzle-solver (Karl Malden) to catch a killer with mixed-up chromosomes.
Five minutes before his big performance, the Maestro and his mechanical assistant prepare.
Edge Of Sanity (1989)
Cocaine turns Dr. Jekyll (Anthony Perkins) into nocturnal Mr. Hyde, Victorian London's Jack the Ripper.
The Breach (1970)
An innocent woman falls prey to the machinations of her abusive husband, his wealthy father, and a shady family friend.
Six-Gun Trail (1938)
Posing as an Asian, a Washington agent goes after a gem-smuggling outlaw gang.
Somebody Is Waiting (1996)
Five years after his parents' divorce, 18-year-old Leon Ellis (Johnny Whitworth) is told by his mother (Nastassja Kinski) to leave after a shameful drunk-driving arrest. She arranges to meet him at a bank to open up his first account, but she's killed when she arrives during a heist. Leon's long-absent alcoholic father (Gabriel Byrne) returns to take care of him and his five siblings, only to accidentally die during a drunken rage. Afraid he'll be arrested for murder, Leon goes on the run.
Add the Words (2014)
Filmmaker Michael D. Gough observes the social change in one of the nation's most conservative states.
The same woman (Angie Dickinson) plays three different women whose lives with men are changed by extremes of jealousy.
Andre Toulon (Guy Rolfe) and his deadly puppets try to save a kidnapped woman from an evil god's servants.
The Uninvited Guest (2004)
A family is terrorized by men in military gear.
A former New York drug dealer's past catches up with him as he tries unsuccessfully to build a new life in California.
Mary (Norma Shearer) is an impetuous romantic who marries British aristocrat Lord Philip Rexford (Herbert Marshall) on a whim. Their marriage is successful, though, and they grow closer over the years. Then, a trip to the Italian Riviera unexpectedly reunites Mary with her former beau, Tommie (Robert Montgomery). After some vicious gossip makes Rexford distrust her, he begins work on a divorce. Mary must now choose between the man she has married and the man she once loved.
Flesh And Fantasy (1943)
Two members of a gentlemen's club tell three tales of the supernatural. In New Orleans, homely Henrietta (Betty Field) uses a beautiful mask to attract kindhearted law student Michael (Robert Cummings) at a Mardi Gras ball. In London, a palm reader (Thomas Mitchell) tells visiting American lawyer Marshall (Edward G. Robinson) that he's fated to commit murder. Aboard an ocean liner, tightrope walker Paul (Charles Boyer) meets a mysterious woman he has seen before in his dreams.
Three distinct tales unfold in the bustling city of Tokyo. Merde (Denis Lavant), a bizarre sewer-dweller, emerges from a manhole and begins terrorizing pedestrians. After his arrest, he stands trial and lashes out at a hostile courtroom. A man (Teruyuki Kagawa) who has resigned himself to a life of solitude reconsiders after meeting a charming pizza delivery woman. And finally, a happy young couple (Ayako Fujitani, Ry Kase) find themselves undergoing a series of frightening metamorphoses.
The Dickumentary (2014)
The story of the penis, from its biological evolution in prehistoric fish to today. Cultures have worshipped it, circumcised it and sought ways to make it larger.
Hey Boy, Hey Girl (1959)
A devout woman (Keely Smith) agrees to sing with a bandleader (Louis Prima) if he donates concert proceeds to a boys camp.
Guardian of the Abyss (1981)
An antiques dealer's mirror leads to satanists in an episode of "The Hammer House of Horror.".
Divers search for gold in a sunken ship. Narrated by Lloyd Bridges.
The Fox Seduction (2013)
A white fox spirit finds his loyalties tested in a clash between humans and demons.
Dirty Hands: The Art & Crimes of David Choe (2008)
Filmmaker Harry Kim chronicles the controversial artist's life from 2000 to 2007.
Dark Obsession (1989)
Hugo Buckton (Gabriel Byrne) seems to have it all: He is apparently rich and has a beautiful wife (Amanda Donohoe) and a doting son. In actuality, though, Hugo is having money problems and is paranoid that his wife is cheating on him. After a boozy night at a party, Hugo hits and kills a woman with his car -- and at his friends' urging, keeps driving. When Hugo starts receiving letters from someone who knows about the accident, he begins to suspect that he has been set up.
6,000 Enemies (1939)
Framed by mobsters, a district attorney (Walter Pidgeon) enters a prison full of men he has prosecuted.
Salad Days: A Decade of Punk in Washington, DC (1980-90) (2015)
Exploring the heyday of the punk-music scene in the nation's capital, when Bad Brains, Void, Fugazi and other bands booked their own shows and released their own records without media scrutiny or label constraints.
When Woody Allen fires Annabelle Gurwitch from his off-Broadway play, she doesn't take it lying down. Her revenge, of sorts, is this documentary detailing her experience and giving other actors a forum to recount their own hilarious tales of getting served a pink slip. While Sarah Silverman and Fred Willard tell their off-the-wall tales about getting fired, Gurwitch enlarges the scope of her project by speaking with downsized auto workers in Michigan and former Labor Secretary Robert Reich.
Winter Lily (1998)
While staying at a bed-and-breakfast, a young photographer finds a diary and discovers a mystery involving the innkeepers' daughter.
The Clandestine Marriage (1999)
The oldest daughter in her family, Betsy Sterling (Emma Chambers) is set to marry Sir John Ogleby (Tom Hollander). However, complications arise when John falls for Betsy's younger sister, Fanny (Natasha Little), who also attracts the attention of the much older Lord Ogleby (Nigel Hawthorne). Making the situation even more dramatic is the fact that Fanny is already secretly married and pregnant, leaving various characters to discover the news as misunderstandings abound.
Nothing to Lose (1995)
A New Jersey salesman may drag his friends and family down with him when he foolishly borrows money from a mobster.
A silk weaver (Prakash Raj) dedicates his life to creating a wedding sari for his daughter.
Vishnu: The He-Man (2003)
Vishnu finds his childhood love 15 years later and wants to win her back without disclosing his identity. However, her father is busy arranging a marriage for her elsewhere.
Three Brothers (1981)
After the death of their elderly mother, three estranged brothers -- a judge, Raffaele (Philippe Noiret) ; a counselor for troubled boys, Rocco (Vittorio Mezzogiorno) ; and a laborer, Nicola (Michele Placido) -- return to their family home in the south of Italy to mourn. Life has been difficult for the men, and they spend time in deep thought, contemplating how their progressive ideals have been lost to injustice and the various compromises they've made for their careers and families.
Losing Ferguson (2011)
A grieving woman rekindles a relationship with her imaginary friend from childhood.
Dripping in Chocolate (2012)
A detective (David Wenham) links a chocolatier (Louise Lombard) to a strangulation murder.