Trouble in Paradise (1989)

Trouble in Paradise is a 1989 Australian TV movie directed by Di Drew and starring Raquel Welch, Jack Thompson, and Nicholas Hammond. The plot concerns a woman who is shipwrecked with a drunken sailor.

Robber of the Cruel Streets (2006)

George M'ller (1805-1898) was a German playboy who found Christ and gave his life to serve Christ unreservedly. His mission was to rescue orphans from the wretched street life that enslaved so many children in England during the time of Charles Dickens and Oliver Twist. M'ller did rescue, care for, feed, and educate such children by the thousands. The costs were enormous for such a great work. Yet, amazingly, he never asked anyone for money. Instead he prayed, and his children never missed a meal. /n/nThis docu-drama presents his life story and shows how God answered prayer and met their needs. It is a story that raises foundational questions regarding faith and finances. Also included are two special documentaries on M'ller and some of the lives affected by his work.

Heartbeeps (1981)

Get ready for a futuristic love story like no other as Andy Kaufman and Bernadette Peters star in this charming, offbeat romantic comedy. While standing on a bleak factory repair shelf, ValCom 17485 (Kaufman), a robot valet, and hostess robot AquaCom 89045 (Peters) strike up a conversation. What starts as an instant connection soon transforms into love, and the two decide to override their programmed lives and explore the forbidden world beyond the factory window. With the police on their trail and a baby on the way, they're on the digital road to romance and adventure in this heartwarming comedy that is truly "electric."

The Hindenburg (1975)

The Hindenburg is a 1975 American Technicolor film based on the disaster of the German airship Hindenburg. The film stars George C. Scott. It was produced and directed by Robert Wise, and was written by Nelson Gidding, Richard Levinson and William Link, based on the 1972 book of the same name by Michael M. Mooney. A. A. Hoehling, author of the 1962 book Who Destroyed the Hindenburg?, also about the sabotage theory, sued Mooney along with the film developers for copyright infringement as well as unfair competition. However, Judge Charles M. Metzner dismissed his allegations. A highly speculative thriller, The Hindenburg depicts a conspiracy leading to the destruction of the airship. In reality, while the Zeppelins were certainly used as a propaganda symbol by the Third Reich, and anti-Nazi forces might have had the motivation for sabotage, the theory of sabotage was investigated at the time, and no firm evidence for such sabotage was ever put forward. Filmed largely in color (with a mock newsreel presented in black-and-white at the beginning of the film), a portion of the film is presented in monochrome, edited between portions of the historical Hindenburg newsreel footage shot on May 6, 1937.

The Keeper: The Legend of Omar Khayyam (2005)

The Keeper: The Legend of Omar Khayyam is an independently released drama film about the life of the famous Persian intellectual Omar Khayyám. It was directed by Kayvan Mashayekh and stars Vanessa Redgrave and Moritz Bleibtreu. It was released in 2005.

Coming Attractions (1978)

Loose Shoes (also known as Coming Attractions and Quackers) is a 1980 comedy film directed by Ira Miller and featuring Bill Murray. The film is presented as a series of movie trailers with titles such as The Howard Huge Story, Skate-boarders from Hell and The Invasion of the Penis Snatchers. The film was shot around 1977 and only released years later in 1980, probably to capitalize on Bill Murray's success as a box office film star. The title Loose Shoes is taken from a 1940s-, Cab Calloway-style song-and-dance number in the film's final skit "Darktown After Dark," which satirizes an infamous 1976 racial remark: "I'll tell you what the coloreds want. It's three things: first, a tight pussy; second, loose shoes; and third, a warm place to shit.", made by Gerald Ford's then Secretary of Agriculture Earl Butz who was forced to resign.

Just The Way You Are (1984)

Susan is a young, beautiful and successful flute player, but because of her physical handicap, a lame leg, she is having difficulties finding Mr. Right. While on tour in France, she decides to spend a few days on a ski resort wearing a fake cast around her lame leg to make sure her handicap goes unnoticed. Once arrived, she meets Peter, a handsome photographer...

Last Ounce Of Courage (2012)

Last Ounce of Courage is a 2012 American Christian Christmas drama film directed by Darrel Campbell and Kevin McAfee and starring Marshall R. Teague, Jennifer O'Neill, and Fred Williamson. It centers on the struggle of Bob Revere, a man dealing with what he feels is his freedom of religion under attack by the government of his community and an ACLU-like group.

Every Little Thing (1997)

Every summer the patients and staff of the La Borde Psychiatric Clinic stage a theatrical performance. Focusing on the 1995 production of Operetta, this fascinating film reveals the porous boundary between sanity and madness. Philibert's unobtrusive observations force us to re-examine conventional assumptions about what is normal and what is not.

Long Shot: The Kevin Laue Story (2012)

A serendipitous meeting at an AAU event with opposing coach and filmmaker, Franklin Martin, led to the inception of Long Shot: The Kevin Laue Story. Over the next four years, Martin chronicled the day-to-day struggles of a teenage boy coming to terms with his need for his deceased father’s approval by pursuing his seemingly impossible dream of becoming the first one-armed player in the history of college basketball. Journey with Kevin from his sleepy town in California to the runway of Air Force One and a meeting with the President of the United States…and then into the bright lights of New York City.

Last Run (2001)

Last Run is a 2001 British-German action film, directed by Anthony Hickox, starring Armand Assante and Jürgen Prochnow.

Hard Boiled Sweets (2012)

Hard Boiled Sweets is a 2012 British crime drama film written and directed by David LG Hughes. It tells the story of a group of squabbling Essex gangsters. The cast includes two actors (Paul Freeman and Ian Hart) that had appeared in Hughes' earlier short film A Girl and a Gun from which this, his first feature, was developed.

The Homecoming (1973)

The Homecoming is a 1973 British-American drama film directed by Peter Hall based on the play of the same name by Harold Pinter. The film was produced by Ely Landau for the American Film Theatre, which presented thirteen film adaptations of plays in the United States from 1973 to 1975. The film was screened at the 1974 Cannes Film Festival, but was not entered into the main competition.

Coldplay Live 2012 (2012)

Coldplay Live 2012 is the collective name for the official documentation of the Mylo Xyloto Tour, performed, recorded and released by British alternative rock band Coldplay. The project consists of a worldwide theatrical and home media film release, Coldplay's third live album, after Coldplay Live 2003 and LeftRightLeftRightLeft, and a 183-page e-book depicting the tour. The film and album were recorded over many dates over the 2011 Festival Tour and the Mylo Xyloto Tour beginning in October 2011 and ending in September 2012. The film was opened for one night only on 13 November 2012, at select cinemas around the world. The DVD and Blu-ray release of the film and the live album release occurred on 14 November 2012.

Chastity (1969)

After bumming across the Southwest, a tough, young woman steals a car and runs off to Mexico, where she visits a bordello and is indoctrinated by a lesbian.

Carry On Behind (1975)

Carry On Behind is the 27th in the series of Carry On films to be made, and was released in 1975. It was the first not to be scripted by Talbot Rothwell since Carry On Cruising 13 years previously. Also missing was series stalwart Sid James. James was busy touring in a play whilst Rothwell's health prevented him from writing. The regular actors present are Kenneth Williams, Kenneth Connor, Jack Douglas, Joan Sims and Peter Butterworth. Carry On Behind was the final picture in the series for Bernard Bresslaw (in his 14th appearance) and Patsy Rowlands (in her ninth appearance). This was Elke Sommer's only appearance in a Carry On and the first of two entries in the series for Windsor Davies.

Catlow (1971)

Tough, lusty Catlow (Yul Brynner) is fast on the draw and even faster when it comes to making a dollar. He’s also a wanted man. The Mexican Army is after him. So are his hellcat girlfriend (Dalian Lavi), an Indian war party, a vengeful killer (Leonard Nimoy) and several hotheaded cowpokes from Catlow’s outlaw gang. Then there’s Catlow’s best friend Marshal Ben Cowan (Richard Crenna), who wants the pleasure of putting Catlow behind bars all to himself. Brynner and Crenna bring a backslapping, backstabbing camaraderie to their portrayal of friendly foes. Nimoy, as mean as a hungry coyote, supplies the menace. And director Sam Wanamaker sets up an entertaining tone that’s winkingly amiable one minute and whip-swiftly action-packed the next. Saddle up with Catlow!

Count Dracula (1970)

Count Dracula (German: Nachts, wenn Dracula erwacht, lit. "At Night, When Dracula Awakes"), released in Italy as Il conte Dracula, in Spain as El Conde Drácula and in France as Les Nuits de Dracula, is a 1969 Spanish-Italian-German-British horror film (released in 1970), directed by Jesús Franco and starring Christopher Lee, Herbert Lom and Klaus Kinski. It was based on the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker. Although Count Dracula stars Christopher Lee in the title role, it is not a Hammer production like his other Dracula films, being produced instead by Harry Alan Towers. Klaus Kinski, who would play Dracula himself nine years later in Nosferatu the Vampyre, is also featured in the film as Renfield. Count Dracula was advertised as the most faithful adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel. Among other details, it was the first film version of the novel in which Dracula begins as an old man and becomes younger as he feeds upon fresh blood.

Barney: Egg-Cellent Adventures (2010)

Join Barney and the rest of his friends, including Baby Bop, as they celebrate Easter. They hide eggs and learn about ways that other countries celebrate the holiday. One very special guest is Mother Goose. While on their adventures, Barney and his friends also meet a rabbit and baby chicks.

The Day of the Wolves (1972)

The Day of the Wolves is a 1971 heist movie starring Richard Egan and directed, written and produced by Ferde Grofe Jr. the son of the renowned composer who had previously worked in the Philippine film industry. It was the first movie to be made on location in the new town of Lake Havasu City, Arizona. This was the last feature film made by actress Martha Hyer.

Child Of God (2014)

Child of God is a 2013 American crime drama film co-written and directed by James Franco, and starring Scott Haze, based on the novel of the same name by Cormac McCarthy. It was selected to be screened in the official competition at the 70th Venice International Film Festival and was an official selection of the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. The film made its United States premiere at the 51st New York Film Festival and then was screened at the 2013 Austin Film Festival.

Dancing Queen (2012)

Dancing Queen is 2012 South Korean romantic comedy film starring Uhm Jung-hwa and Hwang Jung-min. The film tells a story of a married couple, who in the midst of their mundane lives decides to pursue their lost dreams. The husband finds himself accidentally running for Mayor of Seoul and his wife decides to become a pop singer. It was produced by JK Film and distributed by CJ Entertainment, and released on January 18, 2012.

Digital Reaper (2005)

Dot.Kill, also known as Digital Reaper, is a 2005 American crime thriller film directed by John Irvin and starring Armand Assante. The film was shot on location in New York City and Liverpool.

Rust (2010)

In the midst of a midlife crisis of faith, a man finds hope where he least expects it – his hometown. James Moore (Golden Globe nominee Corbin Bernsen) is a former pastor who returns home to discover a family new to the area has been killed in a mysterious fire, and his childhood friend is implicated in the murder. Convinced of his friend’s innocence, James sets out on a mission to find the truth… and in the process, rediscovers his own lost faith. An uplifting drama about faith, family, and the powerful ties that bind a community together.

Hatchet II (2010)

Hold on to all of your pieces! After barely escaping from the clutches of deformed maniac Victor Crowley (Kane Hodder), Marybeth (Danielle Harris) sets out to exact her revenge on the seemingly indestructible monster that has already murdered her family and a boat full of New Orleans tourists. Enlisting the help of Louisiana charlatan Reverend Zombie (Tony Todd), Marybeth gathers up a team of hired guns to return to the swamp, only to discover that even with an army of hunters at her side, the murderous fury of Crowley cannot be contained. Ultimately, it will be up to Marybeth alone to defeat the monster, but not before learning the truth about a twisted secret he shares with her own family…

I Believe I Can Fly: Flight of the Frenchies (2011)

I Believe I Can Fly (Flight of the Frenchies) is an amazing journey into the unknown. Two friends test the boundaries of free flight and friendship as they take their passion in a totally new direction. Join Tancrede and Julien on an incredible exploration into the world of free flight. The two friends are pioneers in "highlining" - a vertiginous combination of climbing, slackline and tightrope walking. Using their skills and experience as climbers, the pair push their boundaries beyond the realms of possibility as they embark on a new evolution of their sport. We travel from the Verdon gorge to the skyscrapers of Paris, and finally to the spectacular cliffs and fjords of Norway - where the pair plan to put weeks spent training to the ultimate test. Could months of planning and training really lead them to their dream of complete freedom... the freedom of flight?

Varian & Putzi: A 20th Century Tale (2011)

Varian and Putzi: A 20th Century Tale is a compelling exploration of some of the twists and turns of twentieth century history. This tale of circumstance and choice charts two men's personal journeys and examines their very different responses to epic events. Ultimately, Varian and Putzi is a film about how the actions of a single individual can affect the course of history.

To Catch a Comet (2014)

Deep space. Billions of miles from Earth, Rosetta, a spacecraft the size of a car, travels towards an icy rock 2.5 miles wide that hurtles through space at tens of thousands of miles per hour. Rosetta has been in space for ten years but in the next few days she will do something no other spacecraft has ever attempted: land on the volatile surface of a comet as it flies round the sun. This is the European Space Agency's (ESA) most audacious mission. It has taken a team of brilliant engineers 30 years to get to this point. The mission has been beset with daunting technological challenges, faulty launch vehicles, and the unpredictable and dangerous nature of the comet itself, all of which have conspired to stop the mission in its tracks. If it works, Rosetta is guaranteed to provide a treasure-trove of scientific data, but make no mistake about it, this is a dangerous mission. The rewards may be huge but so are the risks.

Logos (2013)

With complex dramatic sensibilities reminiscent of great filmmakers like Krzysztof Kielowski and Darren Aronofsky comes Michael Sorokorensky's LOGOS. Rich in symbolism and deliberately presented, each carefully selected frame layers a deeper meaning. LOGOS is a brutal story told gently. James Carroll, a nineteen year old computer science student, is mourning the death of his father who jumped out of the first tower in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. James has become convinced that uncertainty is the root of all evil and strives to contain world's problems using sophisticated computer algorithms. In the process, he distances himself from the very elements he wishes to correct, and delves deeper into the dark recesses of his mind. Although knowing the future is one step closer to controlling it, James must first overcome his own frailties. But the world isnt making it easy, and James' shaky grasp on reality is tested further by the few remaining people in his life; his egomaniacal roommate, a clumsy best friend, and an elusive romantic interest. Each person somehow finds ways to hurt James, quite often unintentionally. Even complete strangers manage to multiply James angst and yearning for solitary predictability. Only computers and simpler organisms provide James the much needed consolation. The more James alienates himself, the deeper he burrows into his work, the more tenuous his return to normalcy becomes. As the days go by and little is done to elate his suffering, James starts to cave. Until, finally, he can take no more. Somewhere between James' dreams and reality lies the truth.

The Comedy Of Terrors (1963)

The Comedy of Terrors (1963) is an American International Pictures horror comedy film directed by Jacques Tourneur and starring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff, and (in a cameo) Joe E. Brown in his final film appearance. The film also features Orangey the cat, billed as "Rhubarb the Cat". It is a blend of comedy and horror which features several cast members from Tales of Terror, made by AIP the year before.

The Babe & the Iron Horse: Babe Ruth & Lou Gehrig (2003)

Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig -- these two sluggers made up the most powerful 1-2 punch in the history of our National Game. Featuring rarely-seen footage and photos, this video examines the lives and careers of two enduring American Heroes -- Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig.

Dwight Howard: In the Moment (2014)

Take a behind-the-scenes look beyond the court to experience Dwight Howard, and his life as an NBA luminary. From his dreams as a young child, to his present-day stardom, Dwight Howard goes deep into his life to give the audience a taste of his determination. Follow along as he shares his journey to what made him the basketball star he is today!

Last Hijack (2014)

This documentary explores how one Somali pirate named Mohamed came to live such a brutal and dangerous existence.

Dragonwolf (2013)

The Devil's Cauldron - a city of depravity and violence, where only the lethal survive. Two hit men rule these streets, feared by all but loyal to one another. When a beautiful woman seduces them both, they turn on each other, igniting an epic battle that may bring the city to the brink of destruction.

Race for Glory (2013)

Filmmaker Adam Friedman discusses family and faith with some of stock car racing's biggest stars.

Timeless (1996)

While coping with his alcoholic father, a New York City teen (PeterByrne) tries to rescue a girl (Melissa Duge) from her pimp (Michael Griffiths).

The Unknown (1936)

The Unknown is a 1936 German drama film directed by Frank Wisbar and starring Sybille Schmitz, Jean Galland and Ilse Abel.

Jeff McBride: A Magickal Life (2006)

Jeff McBride is a magician, a master of the arts of deception, and a follower of a spiritual path based on a form of magic. As a teenager, he was already appearing on national TV and has since become world renowned among lovers of magic and illusion. He is equally adept at gracing a stage in Las Vegas or Paris, performing a card trick under your nose, and teaching a master class to already accomplished conjurers. He says that real magic is a path to sacred reality.

Outsider (1997)

Outsider is a film produced in 1997 in Slovenia by writer and director Andrej Košak. The film was selected as the Slovenian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 70th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Behind Closed Shutters (1951)

Behind Closed Shutters (Italian: Persiane chiuse) is a 1951 Italian film directed by Luigi Comencini.

Pistol Opera (2001)

Pistol Opera is a 2001 Japanese film directed by Seijun Suzuki and starring Makiko Esumi.

Jamie Marks Is Dead (2014)

Jamie Marks Is Dead is a 2014 American supernatural horror drama film directed by Carter Smith and based on Christopher Barzak's 2007 novel One for Sorrow. The film stars Cameron Monaghan, Liv Tyler, Judy Greer, Morgan Saylor, Noah Silver, and Madisen Beaty. The film premiered in-competition in the US Dramatic Category at 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 19, 2014.

Aaron's House (2012)

Aaron's House is a psychological thriller. The movie talks about a paranormal researcher who is determined to debunk the myth of Aaron's House. This leads him through a series of discoveries that may change his way of thinking and cause him to believe in unseen things.

5 Steps to Danger (1957)

Cold War espionage: On a fishing trip, Sterling Hayden's car breaks down. Ruth Roman gives him a lift. She is en route to drop off coded secrets to a scientist. They are both unaware that they are being stalked by relentless Communist spies.

White Lion (2010)

Home is a journey.

The Human Trace (2008)

An undercover county cop investigates a trail of murders where the victims died without a cause of death. As he gets deeper into the mystery he realizes something sinister is gripping the town.

Town Without Pity (1961)

Kirk Douglas gives a stirring portrayal in this honest and gripping drama about a sleepy, occupied German town suddenly shocked awake by the brutal actions of four American soldiers.

George Harrison: The Quiet One (2002)

This informative documentary chronicles the life of George Harrison, the youngest member of The Beatles. Rare film footage, interviews with Harrison and his band members and music experts from across the globe shed light on this fascinating icon of rock 'n' roll.

Standing Army (2010)

Standing Army, directed by Enrico Parenti and Thomas Fazi, is a 2010 documentary film about the global network of U.S. military bases, the impact that these have on local populations, and the military-industrial complex that lies behind it.

Bridge to Silence (1989)

Marlee Matlin plays a hearing impaired woman trying to rebuild her life following an automobile accident that killed her husband. She finds herself struggling with her mother over the fate of her young daughter.

King of India (2009)

Members of a culture that was once esteemed in India now live at the fringes of society.

Tweet Dreams (1959)

The Rise of Duton Lang (1955)

The Condor (2015)

City in the Fog (1950)

Five Suspects (German: Fünf unter Verdacht) is a 1950 West German crime film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Hans Nielsen, Dorothea Wieck and Friedrich Schoenfelder. It is also known by the alternative title of City in the Fog. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Franz Bi and Botho Hoefer.

Molly Moo-Cow and the Indians (1935)

Noelia (2012)

Las palabras de Vero (2005)

Ghost-Cat of Karakuri Tenjo (1958)

Into The Darkness Volume 5 (2007)

No al no: Visca el piano! (2006)

Liebe in drei Dimensionen (1973)

Love in 3-D (German: Liebe in drei Dimensionen) is a 1973 German adult comedy film directed by Walter Boos. The film was dubbed into English for American audiences. As compared to other mid-1970s adult films that were shot in 3-D, Love in 3-D stands out for several reasons. It was shot on 70 mm, very unusual for a low budget adult film. The movie itself contains several notable 3-D scenes as everything from oranges, water, and breasts are thrust out toward the audience. One standout (non-adult) scene involves a ride in an old ghost house.

Television: The First 50 Years (2003)

This Land Is Our Land (2010)

Fluorescerend bloed (2000)

Mötley Crüe: Lewd Crüed & Tattooed (2001)

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Live at the Olympic - The Last DJ and More (2003)

The Forbidden City (1918)

The Forbidden City is a 1918 American silent drama film starring Norma Talmadge and Thomas Meighan and directed by Sidney Franklin. A copy of the film is in the Library of Congress and other film archives.

Red Hot Mamma (1934)

Red Hot Mamma is a 1934 Fleischer Studios Betty Boop animated short, directed by Dave Fleischer.

Congestion (1918)

Congestion is a 1918 silent film directed by Anatoli Dolinov, Donat Pashkovskiy and Aleksandr Panteleyev.

Britten: The Rape of Lucretia (2005)

The Godfather's Friend (1972)

Song 4 (1964)

Terror in Mumbai (2009)

Clouds (1969)

Musical Mountaineers (1939)

Musical Mountaineers is a 1939 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop. It is also on 50 Classic Cartoons Volume 1.

Liebesgeschichten aus Moskau 1993 - 2009 (2010)

Abou Ben Boogie (1944)

Behind the Blur (2009)

Dalam Botol (2011)

Inauguration de l'exposition universelle (1900)

Shufu no taiken repôto: Zoku onna no yojôhan (1975)

1942 (2005)

Temptation of Eve: Angel (2007)

Kak ezhik i medvezhonok vstrechali noviy god (1975)

Long John (2002)

Ugly Kid Joe - Live At Download Festival (2013)

Animal Beatbox (2011)

Death Shock (1980)

Mr. Charlie, Your Rollin' Mill Is Burnin' Down (1969)

Jesse James Rides Again (1947)

Jesse James Rides Again (1947) is a Republic film serial.

Scrambled (2013)

Congo (1972)

Firefall (2012)

Enter Hamlet (1965)

Super Mario Movie (2005)

Vasantham (2003)

Big Chief Ugh-Amugh-Ugh (1938)

The Amateurist (1998)

Temetés (1998)