13 Families (2009)

People lose loved ones, April 20, 1999, in Columbine, Colo.

AKA Private (2011)

This documentary explores the lives of various different actors. It will inform the viewer of the actor and actresses childhood, what their original inspiration for acting was, what it took to get into Hollywood, and what there sacrifices were. Various different interviews will be given by experts.

Alfred Eisenstaedt: Photographer (1981)

Alfred Eisenstaedt: Photographer is a documentary film that was released in 1989. The film takes a look at the work of Alfred Eisenstaedt who was one of the most prominent photographers for Life Magazine. The film follows his move to American from Germany, and his eventual work as a photographer. During his career Alfred Eisenstaedt took pictures of some of the most iconic figures in history, and his pictures are still used when discussing those people.

Amazonia: A Perilous Journey (2011)

Bruce Barron and Marshall Pickard lead an expedition to the Amazon Jungle to retrace British explorer Percy H. Fawcett's footsteps.

The Affairs of Cellini (1934)

Benvenuto Cellini (Fredric March) is a goldsmith, artist, womanizer and swashbuckler known throughout Florence, Italy. When he enters the royal palace of the Medicis, he instantly has eyes for the Duchess of Florence (Constance Bennett), who openly returns his ardor. The dithering, dim-witted Duke (Frank Morgan) barely notices because he's too besotted with an airhead model (Fay Wray). However, when Cellini gets too cocky, he suddenly finds himself flirting with execution.

The All-American Boy (1973)

Vic "Bomber" Bealer (Jon Voight) is a handsome, manipulative boxer who aspires to something greater than the small-town life he knows in Texas. But, even when opportunities present themselves, Bealer is too restless and indecisive to take advantage. Despite being on the cusp of making the Olympic boxing team, his life is in total disarray as he juggles relationships with an old flame (E.J. Peaker), a girl who's way too young for him (Anne Archer) and a gay trainer (Ned Glass).

The Avenging Eagle (1978)

With help from a mysterious warrior (Fu Sheng), a man (Ti Lung) targets his former gang leader (Ku Feng).

The Baby Maker (1970)

A free spirit (Barbara Hershey) is hired to conceive a child with a middle-class man (Sam Groom) whose wife (Collin Wilcox-Horne) cannot.

The Ballad of Shovels and Rope (2014)

A two-man family band uses hard work and ingenuity to emerge as "artist of the year."

The Bamboo Blonde (1946)

A B-29 pilot (Russell Wade) meets a nightclub singer (Frances Langford), and his crew paints her picture on the nose of their plane.

The Bears and I (1974)

A Vietnam veteran (Patrick Wayne) visits a fallen comrade's Indian father (Chief Dan George), then stays to raise bear cubs.

The Best of Walt Disney's True-Life Adventures (1975)

Highlights from the nature-film series range from the 1949 "Seal Island" to the 1960 "Jungle Cat."

The Black Fables (2015)

Four tales of terror.

The Brussels Business (2012)

The lobbyists who hold sway in Brussels have an influence on nearly every decision that gets made for the average country in the European Union.

The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (1964)

Greedy American Alexander King (Fred Clark) makes an excursion to Egypt, where he hopes that archaeologist Sir Giles Dalrymple (Jack Gwillim) and young assistant John Bray (Ronald Howard) can help him unearth ancient treasures. But they eventually run into Adam Beauchamp (Terence Morgan), an accursed man with a long family history of hauntings. Adam's mere presence is enough to awaken mummy Ra-Antef (Dickie Owen), putting the entire expedition in grave danger.

The Death of Alice Blue (2009)

Alice (Alex Appel) discovers ancient secrets about her genetics after starting a new job at an advertising agency and joining with a group of fellow employees nicknamed 'The Resistance'.

The Defector (1966)

A U.S. scientist (Montgomery Clift) spies for a CIA agent (Roddy McDowall) in East Germany; a Soviet agent (Hardy Kruger) tries to get him to defect.

The Devil Is A Sissy (1936)

Proper little Claude (Freddie Bartholomew), transplanted British schoolboy, tries to be one of the gang (Mickey Rooney, Jackie Cooper) in New York.

The Devil's Dosh (2012)

Marcus, a London crime boss, has a tragic ending.

The Distracted Mind with Dr. Adam Gazzaley (2011)

Hosted by renowned neuroscientist and M.D., Ph.D., Dr. Adam Gazzaley, The Distracted Mind delves deeply into attention, distraction, the myth of multi-tasking, and how to use the latest research to possibly improve our skills and abilities at any point during our lives. While the brain can seem almost boundless in its potential, it has limitations, such as processing speed, attentional limitations, working memory limitations, and sensitivity to interference, which can be both internal and external. Dr. Gazzaley explores the impact that multi-tasking has on our safety, memory, education, careers and personal lives. Most importantly, The Distracted Mind tells us what we can do to improve our attentional abilities and our focus as we age, and as media continues to dominate our landscape. From changing our behaviors, to literally changing our brains, Dr. Gazzaley shares information you need to survive and thrive in the information age.

The Echo Game (2009)

A woman (Alisha Seaton) receives a letter from her presumed-dead ex-lover, warning her that a rogue scientist is after their telepathic daughter.

The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr Morris Lessmore (2011)

In an allegory about the curative power of story, books return the favor to those who care for them.

The Fuller Brush Girl (1950)

Milquetoast Humphrey Briggs (Eddie Albert) and his impetuous girlfriend, Sally Elliot (Lucille Ball), are office workers at a shipping firm whose corrupt owner, Harvey Simpson (Jerome Cowan), uses his company as a front for a massive smuggling operation. When an accident causes Simpson's rich and jealous wife (Lee Patrick) to assume he's cheating on her, the lovebirds get unwillingly drawn into a murder investigation involving a stripper (Gale Robbins) and a hired killer (Fred Graham).

The George Raft Story (1961)

A Broadway dancer (Ray Danton) goes to Hollywood and begins his movie career as a gangster in "Scarface."

The Ghosts of Buxley Hall (1980)

The ghostly founders (Dick O'Neill, Victor French, Louise Latham) of a military academy try to undo a merger with a girls school.

The Gift of Winter (1974)

In a world with no snow and no winter, an unlikely bunch of heroes strive to bring a magical gift to the world.

Beijing Punk (2010)

Underground punks are followed around China during the Olympics.

Bolero at Night (2011)

A folk singer decides to sell his soul to the devil in exchange for fame, but the devil wants more. The demon challenges the man to get a woman to fall in love with him before he will grant his request.

Brownstones to Red Dirt (2010)

Children in Brooklyn become pen pals with orphans from Sierra Leone.

Capital Games (2013)

Two ambitious men go to work in a Los Angeles advertising firm and compete for the same high ranking job. After a crazy night in the Santa Fe desert, the men become torn between passionate love and hatred.

Cargo (2011)

A young Russian woman being smuggled into America bonds with the Egyptian transporter hired to drive her from Mexico to New York.

Champion (2005)

Filmmaker Joe Eckardt examines the life and work of actor Danny Trejo.

Ray Bradbury's Chrysalis (2008)

In a post-apocalyptic world, a scientist emerges from an underground bunker to plant some greenery. Chaos ensues among his comrades when he returns, falls ill, and begins to mutate.

Chuck Close (2007)

The movie Chuck Close is a documentary focused around Chuck Close, a renouned painter and print maker. This documentary lets Chuck Close tell the highlights of both his life and his career, as well as the downfalls that plagued him throughout his life. In this movie, viewers will learn about his childhood during the 1950s in Monroe, Washington, as well as how he played a part in the downtown art scene during the 1960s and 1970s. In addition, Chuck Close will tell the story of the blood clot that was found within his spine that caused him to be in a wheelchair.

College Musical (2014)

During a lustful musical daydream, Cooper fails the biggest exam of his life, so he has to seduce his pretty teaching assistant to save his scholarship.

Crawford (2008)

After announcing his candidacy for president, George W. Bush moves to the Prairie Chapel Ranch near the small town of Crawford, Tex. This documentary consists of unbiased portraits of Crawford's citizens and explores the effect Bush's move has on their lives over the span of his two terms in office. Many were proud to have Bush as a neighbor. But in 2005, when thousands of antiwar protesters swarm into Crawford, the divisions among the residents becomes much more pronounced.

Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy (2014)

Author Jim Marrs investigates the conspiracy behind President John F. Kennedy's death.

Cut! (2014)

An ex-con and an aspiring director try to make a horror film by scaring people, but when it goes too far and someone dies, they discover killing for real is the only way to make a terrifying movie.

Dangerous Toys (2014)

A group of people on a world wide search for oddities find themselves trapped in a nine hundred year old Italian castle when they accidentally unleash dangerous toys.

Dark Woods (2003)

As his terminally ill wife's condition deteriorates, a young man seeks escape through an affair with a local teenager that he saved from a sexual assault.

Delusions Of Guinevere (2014)

Obsessed with social media, a former child star (Ariana Bernstein) goes to extremes to become famous again.

Aeon: The Last Vampyre On Earth (2013)

Catherine flees a cataclysm and becomes trapped in a warehouse with the last living vampire. She engages the creature and learns alarming truths about humanity and its history.

Always (2011)

A former boxer turned parking lot attendant finds hope in the love of the blind telemarketer who walks into his booth one day.

Animalopolis (2008)

A lighthearted and imaginary look at a variety of animals.

Detour (2013)

An advertising executive (Neil Hopkins) tries desperately to save himself after a mudslide buries him in his car.

Dsknectd (2013)

Filmmaker Dominic H. White examines how digital-communication technology affects the way humans interact.

Dummy (2008)

An 18-year-old has to care for his younger brother when a tragedy occurs.

Eastsiders: The Movie (2014)

This dark comedy explores the aftermath of infidelity for a young gay couple in Los Angeles. A hilariously bittersweet tale of friends, love, drunken outbursts, and double standards, and the sad and funny messes we make out of our lives.

Elevate (2011)

Four exceptionally tall youths from Senegal come to the U.S. in the hope that eventually each will be selected for a position on a pro basketball team.

Favor (2013)

After a casual fling results in a woman's death, a man (Blayne Weaver) calls on an old pal (Patrick Day) to help him dispose of the body.

Finn's Girl (2009)

Finn deals with teen angst and violent protests when she is left in the care of her deceased partner's abortion clinic and 11 year old daughter.

Freakshow (2007)

Circus performers seek revenge against a band of thieves planning to steal money from their wealthy owner.

Freestyle (2000)

Artists discuss the art of freestyling -- the improvised rhythms and rhymes that highlight the skills of hip-hop MCs.

Friend (2001)

Four childhood friends go their separate ways, two go off to college while the others become rival gangsters.

Greece: Secrets of the Past (2006)

Exploring the ancient grandeur of the birthplace of democracy.

Grinders (2011)

An out-of-work filmmaker learns the true meaning of life, risk and fatherhood while playing in illegal poker games to support his wife and baby.

H.O.P.E. Was Here (2014)

The merits and pitfalls of short-term volunteering abroad.

Her Aim Is True (2013)

The life and work of rock photographer Jini Dellaccio.

Inheritance (2006)

A woman learns the truth about her father, Amon Goeth, the sadistic commandant of a Nazi death camp.

Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story (2010)

Players, managers, sports writers and fans discuss the contributions of Jewish ballplayers and their impact on American Jews.

Kitty Cleans Up (1949)

Kitty Cleans Up is about some creepy kid with the voice of a forty year old who decides that good hygiene practices are best learned by imitating a cat.

Knock (2012)

A family of shamans guard a cursed mask from generation to generation, but Jung-hwa, the latest shaman in the lineage, becomes involved in passion and murder under the influence of the mask.

Lead Us Not Into Temptation (2011)

A man's (Jean-Franois Garreaud) innocent attempt to help a young woman has unforeseen consequences for his marriage.

Love Triangle (2013)

Two friends are driven to betrayal when they fall in love with the same person.

Lumumba (2000)

"Lumumba" is a gripping political thriller which tells the story of the legendary African leader Patrice Emery Lumumba. Called "the politico of the bush" by journalists of his day, the brilliant and charismatic Lumumba rose rapidly to the office of Prime Minister when Belgium conceded the Congo's independence in June, 1960. He would last two months in office. This is a true story.

Meth (2006)

An investigation looks at the use of crystal meth within the gay community.

Mexican Fighter (2013)

The life and career of UFC World Heavyweight Champion Cain Velasquez, and his deep connection to Mexican culture.

Ms. Scrooge (1997)

A contemporary version of Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" features a female Ebenita Scrooge (Cicely Tyson).

Nightscape: Dark Reign Of Thanatos (2012)

After a god creates Earth, he creates two sons to watch over the world -- but one son turns to evil and threatens the existence of humanity.

Policeman (2011)

A member of an Israeli anti-terrorist unit clashes with young radicals.

Powerful: Energy for Everyone (2010)

A man uses solar energy to power his home and offers the excess electricity to others.

Prairie Love (2011)

While traveling through North Dakota, a vagrant (Jeremy Clark) finds a near-frozen man, assumes his identity and steals the man's prison pen-pal girlfriend.

Evolution of Bodybuilding (2012)

Hear it staight from the Legends themselves about their stories of success and heartbreak. EVOLUTION OF BODYBUILDING offers a close look at what it takes to compete in the "Mr. Olympia" and how the industry has changes over he past 50 years.

Yoga for the Rest of Us with Peggy Cappy: Back Care Basics (2007)

Just as Peggy Cappy has modified yoga poses in her earlier videos Yoga for the Rest of Us and More Yoga for the Rest of Us to make yoga accessible to every body, Peggy now turns her attention to stretches and exercises that are most beneficial to back care. Strong, healthy back muscles provide support for your spine and result in more energy and vitality in everything you do.

Washoku dorîmu (2015)

The past and the future of Japan's traditional cultural cuisine.

633 Squadron (1964)

Norwegian resistance fighter Erik Bergman (George Chakiris) offers the British Royal Air Force an irresistible target when he reveals the location of a secret Nazi factory. American pilot Roy Grant (Cliff Robertson) commands the fighter squadron ordered to take out the plant, but he discovers that the location is even more formidable than he had been told. When the promised ground support troops fail to show up, Grant fears he and his men are on a doomed mission.

Phantom Love (2007)

PHANTOM LOVE is a surreal, highly visual drama about an enmeshed family, in which violence and trauma are steadily percolating, just beneath the surface. The lead character is LULU (Marina Shoif): a very beautiful, but angry and isolated woman, who lives alone, and works in a casino in Korea-town, Los Angeles. Lulu's lover is much younger than herself-the relationship is charged but emotionally disconnected. Lulu's younger sister, NITZAN (Juliette Marquis), is in the midst of a psychotic breakdown, caused in part by prescription medication. Lulu feels emotionally invaded by her mother, who wants to come to town and stay in Lulu's apartment in order to try and help the younger sister-but this feels like a further intense invasion, and Lulu refuses. PHANTOM LOVE weaves these various elements together into a strange but archetypal story, revealing the interior processes by which Lulu manages to see, and therefore begin to release herself, from the violence which surrounds her. Like all Nina Menkes's work, PHANTOM LOVE positions an alienated woman against a harsh, inhospitable landscape-this time, within a family. Stylistically, the film combines fairy-tale elements and a dreamy, mystical quality with a gritty, hyper-real, and sometimes almost documentary style, shooting everything on location and often using non-actors ("real" people) in the non-major roles. Structured like Chinese boxes, with each scene opening onto another, still deeper inside, PHANTOM LOVE is a powerful document about one woman's descent into self.

Out For Blood (1992)

Killer drug dealers are hunted by a lawyer (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) who seeks justice as the so-called Karateman.

Family Portrait In Black And White (2011)

Olga Nenya, a Ukrainian foster mother, discusses racist attitudes directed toward her many children.

One Direction: Going Our Way (2013)

Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, and Louis Tomlinson are the members of One Direction and they have grown into one of the hottest music groups on the planet. Follow their journey from X Factor to world domination.

Easy To Wed (1946)

When a newspaper runs a scandalous story about debutante Connie Allenbury (Esther Williams), her powerful broker father threatens the paper's owner, Warren Haggerty (Keenan Wynn), with a massive lawsuit. Warren believes that, if he can prove Connie truly is a home-wrecker, as the article claims, he can file a countersuit against her. Warren then enlists his own fiancee (Lucille Ball) and reporter Bill Chandler (Van Johnson) to take part in a complex plan to turn the tables on the Allenburys.

Watch Out (2008)

A man literally falls in love with himself in this morbid shocker adapted from the novel by Dr. Joseph Suglia.

Satanic Panic (2009)

Inspired by true events, this bloody chiller tells the story of young Toby and Cindy Richards, who are abducted by a satanic cult. Although Cindy escapes, Toby is never found, and Cindy remains haunted by the ordeal. Twenty-five years later, a group of friends reunites for a camping trip, which goes horribly awry when they're stranded near the site of Cindy's abduction and terrorized by fiendish satanists looking for sacrificial victims.

Interception (2009)

A software engineer and a suspended FBI agent have to stop terrorists from destroying a city.

Ballad of the Little Soldier (1984)

1984 documentary film directed by Werner Herzog about children soldiers in Nicaragua. The film focuses on a group of Miskito Indians who used children soldiers in their resistance against the Sandinistas.

Bierce the Revelator (2015)

Nothing is off limits. Nothing is sacred. Timothy Patrick Miller takes us on a wild ride as legendary master storyteller, Ambrose Bierce. Five epic adventures courtesy of the timeless wit, irreverent social satire, and take no prisoners political incorrectness of Ambrose Bierce. The show one critic dubbed "brain food for the starving"! Eat up. Dinner is served.

Senior Conundrum (2015)

Senior Conundrum is a suspense-thriller centered on a toxic mother/ daughter relationship and a love triangle among 'friends'. It doesn't take long for bad blood to surface among this group of high school friends. What results is an inscrutable dilemma. The perfect storm is brewing for mystery to take place when these seniors plan a devious senior prank. After breaking into the school one night, revenge rears its ugly head and the friends soon realize they have a conundrum to solve and escape alive. The Plan was Simple....Break into the school...and make our Senior Year a Bang..But things become inscrutable. Will these seniors figure out the mystery that haunts them? Sometimes we create our own nightmares!

Heroin King of Baltimore: The Rise and Fall of Melvin Williams (2013)

Melvin Williams was asked by officials to stop the riots following Dr. King's assassination. After helping the authorities out, Williams was then labeled a threat, framed and incarcerated for the next 26 years of his life by a hypocritical society.

Home Before Dark (1997)

With her family still reeling from a heartbreaking loss, Nora James (Stephanie Castellarin) carries unusually heavy emotional weight for a pre-teen girl. As her father, Martin (Brian Delate), struggles to find work, her mother, Dolores (Patricia Kalember), slips further into depression, which worsens when she becomes distraught about John F. Kennedy's death. Soon Nora is sent to live with her bitter aunt (Katharine Ross), an unfortunate situation that nonetheless helps her to find her own path.

So Much So Fast (2006)

Filmmakers Steve Ascher and Jeanne Jordan chronicle a man's struggle with ALS, Lou Gehrig's disease, and its effect on his family. Stephen Heywood fights to keep working as a home builder, but his physical condition deteriorates. His brother, Jamie, quits his job, starts a medical research foundation and devotes himself to finding a cure.

2081 (2009)

A short film adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut's Harrison Bergeron, 2081 depicts a dystopian future in which, thanks to the 212th Amendment to the Constitution and the unceasing vigilance of the United States Handicapper General, everyone is "finally equal...." The strong wear weights, the beautiful wear masks and the intelligent wear earpieces that fire off loud noises to keep them from taking unfair advantage of their brains. It is a poetic tale of triumph and tragedy about a broken family, a brutal government, and an act of defiance that changes everything. Featuring an original score performed by the Grammy-winning Kronos Quartet (Requiem for a Dream) and narration by Academy Award Nominee Patricia Clarkson (Far From Heaven, Goodnight and Good Luck), 2081 stars James Cosmo (Braveheart, Trainspotting), Julie Hagerty (Airplane!, What About Bob?) and Armie Hammer (The Social Network, Gossip Girl).

Coyote Trails (1935)

A cowboy (Tom Tyler) fights bad guys who want a woman's (Helen Dahl) homestead.

A Union in Wait (2001)

When coworkers Wendy Scott and Susan Parker first met, both were upstanding members of the local Baptist church. As their friendship blossomed into a more romantic relationship, they sought to have their union recognized in a ceremony at the local Baptist chapel, but were summarily denied. Now, as their quest to wed draws national attention, these two very private women become unwitting public figures as their community transforms into the epicenter of controversy.

Na Wewe (2010)

Bus passengers experience the futility of civil war.

Martyr (2006)

Anna and Lucie had horrifying childhoods. Their entire lives they were tormented and abused. They were kidnapped and forced to live lives that felt to them like living in hell. The strange thing is that Anna and Lucie did not meet until they had grown up and wanted to seek out revenge on the people who had tormented them. The duo met up by chance and learned that they were both on a similar kind of mission to try and right the wrongs of their pasts. They decided to team up and prove that they could take control of their fears and free themselves for good.

The Delicate Delinquent (1957)

A New York patrolman (Darren McGavin) sees police-academy potential in a klutz (Jerry Lewis) mistaken for a street-gang hoodlum.

The Dutch Masters - Bruegel (2000)

The life of Pieter Bruegel the Elder will always remain something of a mystery. We possess few details of his sixteenth century life, and we must rely on his surviving art to appreciate his genius. His work reveals Boschian themes such as the Follies Of Man, and he used a similar humor to convey his artistic message.

Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (1974)

Emmi Kurowski (Brigitte Mira), a cleaning lady, is lonely in her old age. Her husband died years ago, and her grown children offer little companionship. One night she goes to a bar frequented by Arab immigrants and strikes up a friendship with middle-aged mechanic Ali (El Hedi ben Salem). Their relationship soon develops into something more, and Emmi's family and neighbors criticize their spontaneous marriage. Soon Emmi and Ali are forced to confront their own insecurities about their future.

Kisses For My President (1964)

A hapless husband (Fred MacMurray) takes a back seat to his wife (Polly Bergen), the first female president of the United States.

Before the Flood II – Gong Tan (2009)

Yan Yu follows his groundbreaking documentary BEFORE THE FLOOD with this profile of the residents of Gongtan, a 1700-year-old village soon to be demolished by a hydroelectric dam project. Gongtan, a historic village located on a tributary of the Yangtze, is about to be flooded by a dam project, forcing its residents to relocate. National imperatives displace local lives as authorities make decisions with little regard for village life. Ran Qingsong, a barber, and Ran Si, a cell-phone proprietor, rally the residents of Gongtan to stand against their impending displacement. But the will of the townspeople to save their land and homes soon wavers in the face of external pressure and internal suspicion. Three years after BEFORE THE FLOOD generated global criticism towards the Three Gorges Dam Project, Yan Yu achieves intimate access again, this time to the Gongtan villagers as they protest official meetings and face off with construction workers eager to tear down their homes for a day's pay. "Yan Yu's long-term commitment to the subject matter (he has spent the last six years working on these films) shines through in this latest effort to chronicle the human cost of a project that has forced 1.4 million people to relocate" (Ling Woo Liu, Time).