The War Within (2014)

A battle rages for the soul of Michael Sinclair, a cartoonist whose faith is tested when his world falls apart.

Following the Ninth: In the Footsteps of Beethoven's Final Symphony (2012)

The impact of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony on people's lives around the world.

Sasquatch: The Legend Of Bigfoot (1976)

A team of scientists searches for the elusive legend in the Pacific Northwest and finds more than each expected.

Secret of the Twilight Gemini (1989)

A European mobster gives Chase Tracer a diamond which is the key to opening Celtic treasures.

Drawing Out the Demons: A Film About the Artist Attila Richard Lukacs (2004)

Painter Attila Richards Lukacs must beat a drug addiction or lose his work and life.

Any Gun Can Play (1967)

A banker (Edd Byrnes), a bandido (Gilbert Roland) and a bounty hunter (George Hilton) vie for gold bullion in the desert.

Bedlam (1946)

After getting a glimpse of the conditions at the St. Mary's of Bethlehem Asylum, known as "Bedlam," Nell Bowen (Anna Lee) is concerned that the patients are being mistreated. When she seeks to better the situation, the head of St. Mary's, George Sims (Boris Karloff), uses his political savvy to have Nell committed. Being within St. Mary's does not deter Nell, however, and she starts to turn the patients against Sims in a bid to violently oust him from power.

Expiration Date (2008)

A young American Indian (Robert Guthrie) falls in love while preparing to get hit by a milk truck.

Benares (2005)

Best friends (Kristeven Mootien, Davidsen Kamanah) leave their remote village to find adventure and women in the big city.

Madeinusa (2006)

For a couple of days, before Easter and after Good Friday, inhabitants of a Peruvian village feel free to engage in any sin imaginable. They believe that during this time, God is blind to sin as he is temporarily dead. Village girl Madeinusa (Magaly Solier) is chosen to play the Virgin Mary during the fictional Holy Time festival. But when geologist Salvador (Carlos J. de la Torre) arrives from Lima, Madeinusa is drawn to him, despite her father's attempts to exclude him from the Holy Time.

Couples Therapy (2015)

A man and his wife seek counseling after losing their child.

Hollywood Varieties (1950)

Robert Alda is master of ceremonies for a revue of entertainers (Shaw & Lee, Three Rio Brothers, Glenn Vernon).

Greenkeeping (1992)

An Australian ex-convict (Mark Little) pays for his wife's (Lisa Hensley) marijuana by keeping the green at a lawn-bowling club.

Le rôle de sa vie (2004)

A humble copy editor (Karin Viard) becomes a personal assistant to her favorite actress and eventually loses herself both in the actress' demands and her own ego.

Trail of Kit Carson (1945)

When he hears news of a life-changing find in a mine managed by his associate, David MacRoy (Bob Wilke), investor Bill Harmon (Allan "Rocky" Lane) travels west. Harmon's celebratory mood is diminished when he discovers that MacRoy has died under mysterious circumstances -- and just after the town doctor, Ryan (Roy Barcroft), had a chance to purchase his share of the mine at an alarmingly discounted price. As Harmon investigates MacRoy's death, he falls prey to a ring of conspirators.

Three Blondes In His Life (1961)

Investigating the death of a fellow agent, an insurance sleuth finds that the deceased had led a fast and furious life.

Borough of Kings (2001)

A struggling actor is marked for death by a psychopathic gangster after he witnesses a murder.

Night Club Scandal (1937)

A newsman (Lynne Overman) and his girlfriend catch a doctor (John Barrymore) for killing his wife and framing her lover.

Innocent Sorcerers (1960)

A young doctor who is chased by women meets one he likes.

She's The One (2013)

A morning show host realizes what his dreams are after his best friend appears in a romantic viral video.

Eye of the Storm (1992)

A gambler (Dennis Hopper) and his wife (Lara Flynn Boyle) break down at a gas station/motel run by two strange brothers in the Mojave Desert.

Oriane (1985)

A woman (Daniela Silverio) returns to Venezuela and discovers a family secret while roaming her late aunt's dusty mansion.

Loving You (1995)

A Hong Kong detective (Ching Wan Lau) has a change of heart after taking a bullet in the head.

Mawaali (1983)

A man (Jeetendra) faces the death penalty after standing trial for the murder of his love's (Jayapradha) father.

What Every Woman Knows (1934)

Aspiring young Scottish politician John Shand (Brian Aherne) enters into an unusual agreement with the wealthy Wylie family -- if they fund his education, he must marry their daughter, Maggie (Helen Hayes). Staying true to his word, John weds Maggie and begins a successful career, thanks largely to his savvy wife. The couple's relationship is placed in jeopardy, though, when John faces temptation in the form of the lovely aristocrat Lady Sybil Tenterden (Madge Evans).

River of Life (2007)

Athletes enter the Yukon River Quest to test their endurance; they race day and night on foot or in kayaks along 740 km of rugged shoreline.

Cartas para Jenny (2007)

A woman is given four letters her mother wrote before dying.

Janleva 555 (2012)

While making a movie about the hazards of snake bites, a young woman (Kalpana Pandit) comes to the realization that she was a serpent in a previous life.

Look Up and Laugh (1935)

A London woman (Gracie Fields) leads stallkeepers opposed to a chain store.

Shrimp On The Barbie (1990)

An Australian heiress (Emma Samms) picks up a wacky American (Cheech Marin) after her father vetoes her burly boyfriend (Vernon Wells).

One Hour with You (1932)

Andre (Maurice Chevalier) and Colette (Jeanette MacDonald) have been married for three years when temptation pays a visit. Colette's schoolmate, Mitzi (Genevieve Tobin), stops by and takes a liking to Andre. While Mitzi's advances toward Andre intensify, Colette is being romantically pursued by Andre's good friend Adolph (Charles Ruggles). Colette, oblivious to Mitzi's intentions, assumes her husband's infidelities are focused elsewhere. Similarly, Andre doesn't suspect his pal's advances.

Love by Accident (2008)

Men and women fall in and out of love inside of a bar.

Mummy, I'm a Zombie (2014)

Dixie fights to end the battle between the living and the dead while balancing her newfound popularity at school.

Golden Chickensss (2014)

A comedy drama directed by Matt Chow, featuring Eason Chan.

Almost Blue (1992)

A jazzman (Michael Madsen) thrown by his girlfriend's death meets a dancer (Lynette Walden) who brings him back to his tenor sax.

I Loved a Woman (1933)

Young John Hayden (Edward G. Robinson) curtails his art-buying trip to Greece when he receives word that his father, owner of a meatpacking plant, has died. Called back to Chicago, he is put in charge of the family business, where he strives to treat his workers right. But his marriage to social-climbing Martha (Genevieve Tobin) begins to falter, so he romances opera-singing beauty Laura (Kay Francis). Inflamed with jealousy, Martha sets out to destroy the lives of both Laura and John.

Jumping Jacks (1952)

Infantry paratrooper Chick Allen (Dean Martin) summons his close friend, bumbling entertainer Hap Smith (Jerry Lewis), to Fort Belding to assist in putting on a revue. Explaining that commanding officer Gen. Timmons (Ray Teal) dislikes and bans "amateur" shows, Chick believes his and Hap's act will restore the general's faith in soldier entertainment. Hap agrees to perform under the assumed identity of Dogface Dolan, but soon finds that playing a soldier is harder than he imagined.

A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness (2015)

A woman in Pakistan sentenced to death for falling in love becomes a rare survivor of the country's harsh judicial system.

Audience of One (2007)

Using donations from his congregation, a Pentecostal clergyman transforms his church into a movie studio and begins making a religious science-fiction epic.

Café de los maestros (2008)

Interviews with musicians and singers from the golden days of Argentinean Tango.

Making Space: 5 Women Changing the Face of Architecture (2014)

Female architects transform their male-dominated field.

Don't let Alberto fall into temptation (2014)

Albert married the woman of his dreams, but he might lose her while trying to discover the secret of men's infidelity.

Manhattan Merengue (1995)

A down-on-his-luck Latino dancer (George Perez) pursues Broadway stardom while trying to elude INS agents.

Second Wife (1936)

Problems abound after a widower with a young son remarries a woman who is haunted by the presence of his first wife.

Born to Love (1931)

A nurse (Constance Bennett) marries a nobleman (Paul Cavanagh) in World War I London when she hears her child's father (Joel McCrea) has been shot down.

What a Blonde (1945)

Wartime chorus girls move in with a lingerie tycoon (Leon Errol) and his playboy butler (Richard Lane).

Too Many Cooks (1931)

Busybody relatives jinx an engaged couple (Bert Wheeler, Dorothy Lee) who are building their dream house.

The Other Family (2011)

Hendrix, a 7-year-old child, is abandoned by his drug-addicted mother, then he is taken in by a string of family friends until he settles in with Jean Paul and Chema.

SIDA: Síndrome de Muerte (1996)

A successful, married businessman risks everything by devoting his life to drinks, women and parties.

Deadtime (2012)

A woman becomes marked for death after discovering that her father runs a global criminal organization dealing in lucrative organ trafficking.

Bad Company (2010)

Jane attempts to escape from her controlling and abusive relationship with her boyfriend. She begins a new relationship with a man she barely knows but has no idea who is watching her every move.

Dream Man (1995)

A detective (Patsy Kensit) who solves crimes using telepathy falls into an affair with a murder suspect (Andrew McCarthy) she is investigating.

One Desire (1955)

A casino queen (Anne Baxter) and a playgirl (Julie Adams) compete for a gambler (Rock Hudson) in the circa-1900 West.

Count Five and Die (1957)

Dutch patriots, a U.S. officer (Jeffrey Hunter) and a British spy (Nigel Patrick) fool the Nazis with a fake Soho film company.

The Mighty Barnum (1934)

P.T. Barnum (Wallace Beery) promotes Gen. Tom Thumb and Jenny Lind (Virginia Bruce), then forms a circus with Bailey (Adolphe Menjou).

Dennis The Menace Cruise Control (2002)

While on a cruise with his family, mischievous little Dennis must save a princess from a pair of thieves.

Paper Mask (1990)

Londoner Matthew Harris (Paul McGann) feels he's destined for more in life than being a hospital porter. After a doctor who resembles him dies in a car accident, Harris takes it as an opportunity to improve his lot. Assuming the man's identity, Harris nabs a position in a Bristol emergency room. There, he embarks on a romance with nurse Christine Taylor (Amanda Donohoe). But before long his past -- and his lack of medical experience -- come back to haunt him.

Spring & Arnaud (2013)

The love story of Canadian artists Spring Hurlbut and Arnaud Maggs.

Nude On The Moon (1961)

A wealthy rocket-scientist organizes a lunar landing and discovers a plethora of naked women.

Summer Snow (2015)

Walker learns he only has six months to live and travels back to China to look for his biological parents. He is helped by Encai, a young woman he once helped, and the two fall in love on the journey.

Havana Rose (1951)

The ambassador of Lower Salamia's daughter (Estelita Rodriguez) runs off with a Texas rancher (Bill Williams).

Mexicana (1945)

A Mexican crooner (Tito Guizar) tries to put off fans by faking marriage to his American co-star (Constance Moore).

Pink Grapefruit (2015)

A young married couple takes two of their single friends away for a long weekend, and things do not go as planned.

The Devil's Disciple (1959)

When Dick Dudgeon (Kirk Douglas) learns his father was executed by the British for treason at the onset of the Revolutionary War, he steals the body for a proper burial after minister Anthony Anderson's (Burt Lancaster) pleas for it are in vain. While visiting with the minister and his wife, the British mistakenly arrest Dick, who says nothing, choosing to stand in the minister's place. Can Anderson and the rebels convince Gen. Burgoyne (Laurence Olivier) to free Dick before he's hanged?

Home Sweet Homicide (1946)

A mystery writer's (Lynn Bari) three children confuse a police detective (Randolph Scott) working on a murder.

Clockwork Mice (1995)

An idealistic new teacher (Ian Hart) reaches a dysfunctional teen (Ruaidhri Conroy) at a school for troubled children.

The New Adventures of Heidi (1978)

A sunny young girl, Heidi (Katy Kurtzman), lives with her grandfather (Burl Ives) in the scenic Swiss Alps. Heidi's relaxed and bucolic existence is shaken, however, when her beloved grandfather begins to lose his vision, and he decides to find others who can care for her. Later her grandfather goes missing, and she accompanies her friend Elizabeth (Sherrie Wills) on a visit to New York City, where she marvels at all of her unfamiliar surroundings.

A Twist of Sand (1968)

An ex-submarine captain (Richard Johnson) hunts diamonds in Africa with smugglers and a mystery woman (Honor Blackman).

The Secret Fury (1950)

The wedding of Ellen (Claudette Colbert) and David (Robert Ryan) is halted by a stranger who insists that the bride is already married to someone else. Though the flabbergasted Ellen denies the charge, the interloper produces enough evidence that his accusation must be investigated. Ellen and David travel to the small coastal town where her first wedding allegedly occurred. There, they meet a number of individuals whose stories make Ellen question her own sanity.

Meet The Head Of Juan Perez (2009)

A magician beheads himself with a cursed guillotine.

Gambling Lady (1934)

A rich man's son (Joel McCrea) marries a gambler's daughter (Barbara Stanwyck) who makes her living with cards.

Palm Rot (2015)

An old crop duster finds a crate floating in the Everglades, and it ruins his day.

The Greed of William Hart (1948)

Two men (Tod Slaughter, Henry Oscar) provide a doctor with fresh corpses for his experiments.

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1997)

Jules Verne's Captain Nemo (Ben Cross) sinks a ship and brings survivors (Richard Crenna, Paul Gross) aboard his high-tech submarine, the Nautilus.

The Bob Mathias Story (1954)

The two-time Olympic decathlon champion's (Bob Mathias) story is told, from age 17 until he joins the Marines.

Night Thoughts (2015)

A drowning man has thoughts of life, death, love, anguish and despair.

Strange Illusion (1945)

A teenage boy suspects that the man who is wooing his widowed mother has ulterior motives.

Mirageman (2007)

As a child, Maco (Marko Zaror) was orphaned, and his young brother (Ariel Mateluna) was seriously injured in a home invasion attack. Since then, he has tirelessly trained himself in martial arts. When he dons a ski mask to save a TV reporter (María Elena Swett), the attention he gets convinces him to turn himself into the masked crime fighter Mirageman. He advertises his e-mail address seeking people who need his help, and finds himself doing battle with a child pornography ring.

The Last Run (2004)

An accountant (Fred Savage) embarks on a series of sexual conquests after learning about his girlfriend's (Andrea Bogart) infidelity.

After the Dance (2015)

Filmmaker Daisy Asquith uncovers a family secret that is still causing shame and outrage in an insulated village in County Clare, Ireland.

Hawaiian Buckaroo (1938)

Two cowboys (Smith Ballew, Benny Burt) herd cows after their pineapple plantation goes sour.

Julio's Gone (2014)

Edna and Eustáquio look for help in unconventional places when their son disappears.

Northmen: A Viking Saga (2014)

Shipwrecked in a strange land, marauding Vikings must battle a band of mercenaries after kidnapping the daughter of a Scottish king.

Exit to Hell (2013)

Thugs incur the violent wrath of a justice-loving lawman (Kane Hodder) after they terrorize the residents of a small border town.

Men Without Souls (1940)

A prison chaplain (John Litel) rescues a young convict (Glenn Ford) on a misguided mission of revenge.

All About Actresses (2009)

A filmmaker explores the daily lives of actresses, with and without their permission.

The Quest (1976)

Two brothers (Kurt Russell, Tim Matheson), one raised by Indians, seek their sister in the 1890s West.

Dim Sum Funeral (2008)

In the wake of her death, the embittered children of Chinese-American matriarch Mrs. Xiao (Lisa Lu) begrudgingly return to their childhood home for a bristly -- and brief, they hope -- reunion. But after Xiao's maid and sole confidant, Viola (Talia Shire), reveals her wish to undergo a week-long Buddhist funeral rite, the younger Xiaos -- including plastic surgeon Alexander (Russell Wong) and lesbian actress Meimei (Steph Song) -- have seven days to come to terms with her death, and each other.

Bridging The Gap (2013)

Members of the immensely popular Vienna Boys Choir perform and discuss what music and singing mean to them and others.

Murder in Soho (1939)

A London nightclub hostess (Sandra Storme) pretends to fall for the mobster (Jack LaRue) who killed her husband.

We Are the Indians (2005)

Filmmakers Philip Cox and Valeria Mapelman examine the culture of the Guaraní people of Argentina.

Pasolini (2014)

A chronicle of the last days of life of Italian film director and writer Pier Paolo Pasolini, whose body was found on the beaches of Ostia on the morning of Nov. 3, 1975.

Outcast Lady (1934)

A young woman risks her own well-being to help her alcoholic brother.

Smiley (1956)

A youngster raised in Australia's bush country tries to earn money for a bicycle and becomes involved with smugglers.

Princess of the Nile (1954)

A prince (Jeffrey Hunter) of Baghdad saves a dancing princess (Debra Paget) and her father's city from a Bedouin tyrant (Michael Rennie).

The Virgins (2014)

A young Christian couple have wild adventures on their wedding night, as one surprise after another ruins their attempts to consummate their marriage.

No Man's Land: The Rise Of Reeker (2008)

A group of people (Michael Muhney, Stephen Martines, Valerie Cruz) stranded at a rest stop are stalked by a fiend know as The Reeker.

Soft Fruit (1999)

"Soft Fruit" is the story of three bossy sisters and their brother who come home to steel-town Port Kembla, from America, Sydney and jail. It's the first time in eight years they've been under the same roof and they've come to nurse their beloved mother Patsy through her last weeks.

In Bed (2005)

Lovers (Blanca Lewin, Gonzalo Valenzuela) reveal more than intended during a steamy one-night stand.

New Town Original (2005)

A man looking for a better life finds things getting even worse when he meets in a girl.