Mrs. Serial Killer (2020)

When a doctor gets jailed for a string of shocking murders, his loyal wife sets out to commit a copycat crime to prove his innocence.

Panihari: The Water Women of India (2004)

Do or Die (1921)

Do or Die is a 1921 American film serial directed by J. P. McGowan. The film is considered to be lost.

Mail Early (1941)

Le torchon brûle ou Une querelle de ménage (1911)

Isaac Hayes Live in Montreux (2007)

Toot Blues (2008)

Lightning (1927)

The Wake Up Call: Anybody Listening? (2008)

The Heathens of Kummerow (1967)

The Heathens of Kummerow (German title:Die Heiden von Kummerow) is a 1967 East German-West German comedy film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Paul Dahlke, Ralf Wolter and Fritz Tillmann.

The Last of McGuinness (2012)

Diamonds and Guns (2008)

O Comprador de Fazendas (1951)

The Cow That Almost Missed Christmas (2012)

Vsyo prosto (2012)

Los increíbles (2013)

Le ali della vita 2 (2001)

The Right Side of My Brain (1985)

Turn Me On: The History of the Vibrator (2001)

Down: Diary of a Mad Band - Europe in the Year of VI (2010)

Robert: A Fortunate Life (1996)

A Perilous Proceeding (1901)

Savage Three (1975)

Savage Three (Italian: Fango bollente, also known as Hot Mud) is a 1975 Italian poliziottesco-drama film written and directed by Vittorio Salerno.

Flowers from the Heartland (2005)

From Leadville to Aspen: A Hold-Up in the Rockies (1906)

From Leadville to Aspen: A Hold-Up in the Rockies is a 1906 American short action crime/western film, directed by an uncredited Francis J. Marion and Wallace McCutcheon of the American Mutoscope & Biograph Company of New York City.

West of the Pesos (1960)

West of the Pesos is a Merrie Melodies cartoon animated short starring Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester. Released on January 23, 1960, the cartoon is directed by Robert McKimson. The voices were performed by Mel Blanc.

Goo Goo Goliath (1954)

Goo Goo Goliath is a 1954 Merrie Melodies mockumentary cartoon short directed by Friz Freleng, which features the drunk stork (a.k.a. the "steadfastly stinko stork" from Looney Tunes Golden Collection Vol. 6) as the main character.

Africa, Prelude to Victory (1942)

Africa, Prelude to Victory was a short dramatic propaganda film produced by the Office of War Information (OWI) in the 1942 Frank Capra's film Prelude to War. It shows the african campaigns of World War II. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary in 1943.

Wagon Heels (1945)

Wagon Heels is a Merrie Melodies short directed by Bob Clampett. Released on July 28, 1945, it is a color remake of the 1938 Looney Tunes black-and-white short Injun Trouble. Because of its wildly stereotypical depiction of the Native American, it is seldom shown on television. All voices except narration are performed by Mel Blanc. In addition to the usual Native American stereotype music, Carl Stalling's underscore frequently plays segments of the American Civil War tune, "Kingdom Coming", even converting it to a minor key in one segment. "Oh! Susanna" is also heard repeatedly in the underscore.

A Nation Is Awaking (1966)

Bonitinha Mas Ordinária ou Otto Lara Rezende (1981)

Summer Solstice (1981)

Summer Solstice is a 1981 American dramatic film directed by Ralph Rosenblum, written by Bill Phillips and starring Henry Fonda and Myrna Loy.

Carmen (1967)

Dois Perdidos numa Noite Suja (1970)

Almayer's Folly (2013)

Hanyut (Drifting) is a Malaysian adventure drama film written and directed by U-Wei Haji Saari based upon the Joseph Conrad novel, Almayer's Folly.

Othello (1956)

Othello (Russian: Отелло) is a 1955 Soviet drama film directed by Sergei Yutkevich, based on the play Othello by William Shakespeare. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival, where Yutkevich received the Best Director Award.

Together (1971)

Together is a 1971 film directed by Sean S. Cunningham. Cunningham's first film attracted Wes Craven who wanted to be in the film business. This was Craven's first credit. Cunningham and Craven would later work on The Last House on the Left. The film features a young Marilyn Chambers, billed under her real name, Marilyn Briggs, before she starred in Behind the Green Door.

Held for Ransom (1976)

Tosca (2003)

Love Is a Four Letter Word (1966)

Madame du Barry (1954)

Madame du Barry is a 1954 French historical drama film directed by Christian-Jaque and starring Martine Carol, Daniel Ivernel, Gianna Maria Canale and Jean Parédès. The film depicts the life of Madame du Barry, mistress to Louis XV in the eighteenth century.

Sodrásban (1964)

Sodrásban is a 1964 Hungarian drama film directed by István Gaál.

In the Dog House (1934)

La vallée des larmes (2012)

The Three Bears (1939)

Ten Benny (1995)

Ten Benny is a 1995 film directed by Eric Bross, and stars Adrien Brody. It currently has a 44% on Rotten Tomatoes based on 9 reviews.

Summer's End (1985)

Starting from Scratch (2007)

The Naked Witch (1967)

The Family Tree (2001)

Mr. Right (2013)

What's Love Got to Do with It? (2002)

Parasitic (2009)

The Haunted Castle (1960)

The Haunted Castle (German: Das Spukschloß im Spessart) is a 1960 West German comedy film directed by Kurt Hoffmann. It was entered into the 2nd Moscow International Film Festival where it won the Silver Prize. The film is a sequel to The Spessart Inn (1958) and was followed by Glorious Times at the Spessart Inn (1967).

The Stowaway (1958)

The Stowaway is a 1958 French-Australian film directed by Australian director Lee Robinson and French Lebanese director Ralph Habib. It was shot on location in Tahiti. There are French and English versions of the film. The French version is known as Le Passager clandestin.

The Sign of the Cross (1914)

The Sign of the Cross is a 1914 American drama silent film directed by Frederick A. Thomson and written by Wilson Barrett. The film stars William Farnum, Rosina Henley, Sheridan Block, Morgan Thorpe, Ethel Grey Terry, Lila Barclay and George Majeroni. The film was released on December 21, 1914, by Paramount Pictures.

Antony and Cleopatra (1983)

The Smuggler (1912)

The Terrorists (2011)

Miss April (1963)

Miss April (Danish: Frøken April) is a 1963 Danish family film directed by Finn Henriksen and starring Malene Schwartz.

Coming Soon (1982)

Coming Soon is a 1982 documentary film directed by John Landis for Universal. Landis used trailers of old Universal horror and thriller movies to create his own contribution to his favorite movie genres. The film is narrated by Jamie Lee Curtis.

Emily (1976)

Emily, also known as The Awakening of Emily, is a 1976 British-made soft-core erotic film made by Henry Herbert, starring Koo Stark as a young woman discovering her sensual side. The film was frequently shown on HBO and other cable TV pay channels during the early 1980s, when such channels sought R-rated programming not available on regular TV. It also gained some attention due to a romantic fling between Stark and Prince Andrew, cementing his tabloid nickname of "Randy Andy". The film was lent a degree of respectability by its soundtrack having been composed and sung by singer/poet Rod McKuen.

The Goal Rush (1946)

Pinocchio (2021)

Pinocchio is an upcoming American stop motion animated dark fantasy musical film directed by Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafson, based on Gris Grimly’s design from his 2002 edition of the Italian novel The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi. Produced and distributed by Netflix, the film is projected for a 2021 release.


‘Scalia: Portrait of a Man & Jurist’ is a feature documentary examining the judicial life, influence and legacy of the controversial and influential Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

Dorm Troopers (2016)

College resident assistant Roman Bickerstaff runs his dorm with an ironic fist. He's made a reputation for himself with unyielding discipline and head-scratching unawareness. A young documentarian follows Roman during his day to day RA life to see what makes him tick. But when the college starts making cutbacks, Roman's job is at stake. Can he keep his cool or will his austere persona be his ultimate downfall?

Teddy Bears' Picnic (2006)

Andre (2010)

Victor Crowl's Victory (2014)

The Garden of Allah (1927)

The Garden of Allah is a 1927 American silent romantic drama film directed by Rex Ingram, his final film for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The film stars Ingram’s wife, actress Alice Terry and Iván Petrovich. It is the second version of the Robert Hichens 1904 British novel of the same name, which had been filmed by the Selig Polyscope Company in 1916 with Helen Ware and would be filmed again in 1936 with Marlene Dietrich and Charles Boyer. An incomplete print of The Garden of Allah still exists and is preserved at the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists film archive.

Lover's Concerto (1995)

Murder to Mercy: The Cyntoia Brown Story (2020)

After 16-year-old Cyntoia Brown is sentenced to life in prison, questions about her past, physiology and the law itself call her guilt into question.

Love Is War (2019)

An adoring couple elects to test the strength of their marriage when they run against each other for the office of state governor.

Human Zoo (2020)

The internet watches live, as reality-show contestants struggle against time to see who will stay in solitary confinement the longest and take home the one million dollar prize.

A Towering Task: The Story of the Peace Corps (2019)

Directed by Alana DeJoseph and narrated by Annette Bening, the documentary features indelible interviews of current and Returned Peace Corps Volunteers, current and former staff, scholars and journalists, community members and leaders around the world (including Presidents Jimmy Carter and Ellen Johnson Sirleaf). Remarkable archival materials and stunning footage from around the globe by cinematographer Vanessa Carr bring to life an agency that represents to the world the American idea. By expertly weaving together personal volunteer experiences with the political machinations of the time, screenwriter Shana Kelly provides viewers with a visceral experience of Kennedy’s words “what together we can do for the freedom of man.”

Tin City (2019)

Bias (2018)

'Bias' challenges us to confront our hidden biases and understand what we risk when we follow our gut.

Video Blues (2019)

Goud (2020)

Canadian Strain (2019)

CrazyHot (2020)

Hot and spicy food is enjoyed around the world, but for some, ultra-hot peppers are more than a flavor profile, they’re an obsessive passion. In the new documentary, Crazyhot, join filmmaker Eric Raine as he explores three continents in search of leading farmers, scientists and food alchemists, as well as the community of devoted "chileheads" who use peppers in countless ways -- spicing up a bowl of chili, consuming chiles to the point of euphoric pain, uncovering the booming business of chile and examining Capsaicin's role in cancer research. Raine seeks answers to burning questions as he introduces you to the wide, weird and wonderful world of #crazyhot chiles.

Magisches Island - Leben auf der größten Vulkaninsel der Welt (2019)

Autism: The Sequel (2020)

In 2006, HBO debuted the Emmy-winning film Autism: The Musical, which followed five children as they wrote and performed their own musical. Autism: The Sequel revisits the stars of this musical 12 years later as the original subjects, now in their early 20s, navigate what independence means to them as they manage both challenges and triumphs as adults living on the autism spectrum.

Equation to an Unknown (1980)

This long-lost masterpiece of gay erotic cinema centers on a handsome young stud who rides his motorcycle through a myriad of sexual encounters, from a soccer game’s locker room to a dreamy and unsettling orgy where the film reaches its melancholic peak. Newly scanned in 2K from the original camera negative and directed with absolute grace by the mysterious Dietrich de Velsa (aka Francis Savel / Frantz Salieri): this former painter was also the owner and artistic director of one of the first transvestites' cabaret of Paris, La Grande Eugène. Years later, he collaborated with Joseph Losey on Mr. Klein and Don Giovanni. EQUATION TO AN UNKNOWN is his only film and stands without a doubt as a masterpiece and the best French gay adult film ever made.

Jwlwi - The Seed (2019)

Shanghai, I Love You (2019)

The Candy Witch (2020)

Two ghost hunters are called upon a distressed family who claim they are being tormented by an evil spirit known in their local town as The Candy Witch. But as the mystery of her curse is uncovered, surprising and sinister turns are discovered around The Candy Witch's identity. Their hardest case yet, can they solve this evil curse before more people are killed by the demonic spirit?

Man Camp (2020)

Sesame Street: Elmo's Playdate (2020)

The 'Sesame Street' gang joins forces with guests including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Anne Hathaway and Tracee Ellis Ross for this 'virtual playdate' aimed at helping kids and families around the world feel connected in this time of uncertainty. The half-hour special takes the form of a cozy video conference as Elmo and company find new ways to play and learn together, and more.

Go! Go! Cory Carson: The Chrissy (2020)

The Carson kids win a talent show with a dance that Cory created. But when "The Chrissy" catches on, his little sister gets all of the attention.

Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth (2020)

On the eve of Earth Day, a precocious seven-year-old learn about the wonders of the planet from his parents and a mysterious exhibit at the aptly name Museum of Everything. Based on the best-selling children's book by Oliver Jeffers.

Alidu Ulidavaru (2019)

The Delicacy (2020)

The Delicacy is the story of a rare and exotic food, the sea urchin, and how it’s harvested, how it’s eaten, and the role it plays in nature and the lives of those who bring it to the table. With commentary from some of the most influential and prolific voices in the culinary world, the film follows a group of sea urchin divers in Santa Barbara as they deal with the hazards of their vocation. A new documentary from the creators of the SOMM films, The Delicacy takes the viewer from the coastal waters of California to the plates of high-end restaurants as it follows one of the most sought after foods in the world gathered by the most dangerous profession.

Kate Nash: Underestimate the Girl (2019)

In this documentary, overnight fame leads a young British girl to a music career in Los Angeles, but a nervous breakdown, a bankruptcy, and a breakup with her manager lead her to a new struggle to re-establish her success.

Silent Rose (2020)

Intimate portrait of the many students, teachers, and staff whose stories intersect in the difficult landscape of modern high school, with the results of the 2016 Presidential election looming overhead.

One Child Left Behind: The APS Teaching Scandal (2020)

A Knight's Tour (2018)

In a post-apocalyptic world, J.D. (Darnel Powell) is a young drifter suffering from an injury. Soon, J.D. finds himself at a secluded cabin occupied by Henry (Joseph Price), a detached hermit; here, Henry is living in self-imposed isolation from a chaotic world. After their initial suspicions subside, these two strangers begin to form a friendship over a game of chess. When Henry discovers a notebook in J.D.’s backpack highlighting various locations that are now crossed off, Henry begins to question J.D.’s true intentions. After investigating a bit more, Henry suspects that a threat of unseen invaders from the outside world are close at hand, brought to his doorstep by J.D.

Sweet Sunshine (2020)

French Touch: Girls of Summer (2019)

Wheels on the Bus & More Kids Songs (Baby Bao Panda) (2019)