Trapped Model (2019)
An aspiring model is thrilled to have a popular fashion photographer help launch her career. But when the photo shoot becomes a kidnapping, she must find a way to escape before she becomes the photographer's next murder victim.
Two Graves (2019)
Margaret Powers, doctor of pathology, seeks revenge for the murder of her son, but uncovering the truth about the killer reveals a number of other troubling discoveries.
Louis, enfant roi (1993)
Louis, the Child King (French: Louis, enfant roi) is a 1993 French drama film directed by Roger Planchon. It was entered into the 1993 Cannes Film Festival.
Everything Must Fall (2019)
Can a diverse group of college kids find common ground with their school’s faculty and janitorial staff to bring the school administration to its knees? Can they banish a nation’s crippling student debt, guarantee workers benefits and living wages, and implement free college for all?
In this galvanizing examination of the fight for free higher education, acclaimed documentarian Rehad Desai takes his own alma mater as a case study in a growing intersectional global movement.
At South Africa’s elite, ivy-covered Wits University, students chanting “Fees Must Fall” held a rally against steep tuition hikes. The cry became a viral social media hashtag. One protest fueled another. The administration called in more than a thousand armed police. Soon, a leading institution of nearly 40,000 students was shut down. Neighboring university students struggling with their own mounting debt joined the cause, which become a national movement… one marked by escalating conflict, violence and death.
Featuring heart-pounding front-lines footage from the midst of the movement’s essential protests, Everything Must Fall also includes one-on-one interviews with involved faculty members; administrators—including chancellor Adam Habib, himself a former Wits student activist; and the group’s charismatic founding student leaders— including Mcebo Dlamini, Shaeera Khalla, Nompendulo Mkhatshaw and Vuyani Pambo—who faced arrest, injury, and severe consequences for their activism.
Even after their fight has led to three deaths, 800 arrests and counting, the students are determined to achieve transformational intergenerational justice and free “decolonized” higher education, a message increasingly popular in countries worldwide.
Savage Raghda (2018)
A male beauty center employee learns that a movie director is seeking a pretty new face, so he turns himself into a woman to win an acting job.
Meditation Park (2017)
Mina Shum directs an all-star cast — including Cheng Pei Pei, Sandra Oh, Tzi Ma, and Don McKellar — in her latest feature, about a devoted wife and mother who is forced to reassess her reverence for her husband after she finds another woman’s undergarment in his laundry.
Milada is a 2017 Czech biographical film directed by David Mrnka. It stars Israeli actress Ayelet Zurer as Milada Horáková. The film was a Czech-American co-production.
Claire's Camera (2018)
Claire's Camera (French: La caméra de Claire) is a 2017 French-Korean drama film written, produced, and directed by Hong Sang-soo and starring Isabelle Huppert and Kim Min-hee. It was shown in the Special Screening section of the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.
Erotikon is a 1929 silent melodrama film by Czech director Gustav Machatý, with a scenario by the director and the poet Vítězslav Nezval. Erotikon is one of the first erotic films.
Goodbye Morocco (2013)
A Moroccan woman and Franco-Serbian man fall in love while building a luxurious villa. After the excavation work reveals graves from the fourth century, workers begin to disappear.
El Secreto de Magdalena (2015)
A lesbian photographer returns to Ecuador for an exhibition of her work.
Abduction 101 (2019)
Three women exploring the woods discover a nightmare after they decide to sneak into a strange house.
Let It Be (2010)
The story of Mary of Nazareth, the mother of Jesus Christ.
79 Parts (2016)
In 1979 Brooklyn, Jack Anderson is a down and out struggling law student desperate for a loan to pay his school tuition. Jack is an artist at heart, but decides to go to law school after his father Doug(Eric Roberts) is incarcerated for embezzlement. He’s hoping to help his father’s case, but without the money to pay his tuition, he’ll have to drop out. Everywhere Jack turns, he gets shot down - by the banks, by society and sadly, by girls. Jack’s only hope lies in his fellow classmate and horse-betting friend, Gino. Gino’s Uncle Dennis, an Irishman with questionable business practices, has the cash Jack needs to pay off his tuition, but that loan comes with a steep and treacherous price.
Gone by Dawn 2: Dead by Dusk (2019)
Three women who are linked to the infamous Wisconsin strip club massacre are dragged back in and must plan another robbery to escape.
Burn the Ships (2017)
The NPF, a women's professional softball league, struggles for survival. Its players must choose between their livelihoods and their dreams.
Loving Is Losing (2019)
A newly single and pregnant photographer is forced to work with her longtime rival for her dream job. The last thing she needs is to fall in love.
A troubled young woman's new friendship with a geocacher makes her ponder the meaning of life.
Bad Magic (1998)
A man uses voodoo to exact revenge on the gang members he blames for his brother's death.
Shor Se Shuruaat (2016)
Anthology of seven short films that depict real-life issues and revolve around the theme of noise. Each segment has been made by a different director.
Construction workers blast open a mountain and unleash hungry dinosaurs onto an unsuspecting community.
Show Me Your Love (2016)
When his aunt passes away, Nin embarks on a voyage home to Malaysia. There, Nin reunites with his mother, Sze, and the family he left behind many years ago.
In Broad Daylight (2019)
A man searches for his cousin who was kidnapped by her obsessive ex-boyfriend.
El Día de la Unión (2018)
Based on a true story .A journalist tries to find his son in a collapsed building during Mexico's 1985 earthquake, which killed almost 4000 people.
A man who can travel back and forth along his personal timeline must unscramble his lost past.
A young man gives up seminary school when he falls in love with a woman.
Fat Legs (2015)
A woman causes tension between her best friend and his partner.
Red Billabong (2016)
Red Billabong is a 2016 independent Australian action/adventure/horror/thriller film, written and directed by Luke Sparke in his feature debut. Based on an Australian legend, Red Billabong follows two estranged brothers who find themselves stalked by a supernatural creature.
The movie premiered in Sydney on August 10, 2016 and had a wider Australian release on August 25, 2016.
A woman nervously awaits an important meeting.
A commitment-phobic party animal meets an Iranian man fleeing death, and a relationship develops.
Wiretap Scars (2017)
Five bumbling cops try to stop a bomber.
Ruta Madre (2019)
Ruta Madre is a 2019 Mexican-American comedy-drama film directed by Agustin Castaneda and starring David Castro, William Miller, Lia Marie Johnson, Carmen Salinas, Angélica María, Paulina Gaitan and Paul Rodriguez.
Toofan Singh (2017)
Devastated by the brutal injustice perpetrated by the authorities coupled with the deteriorating law and order situation, Toofan Singh is forced to fight against corruption, crime and brutality in order to protect society and earn the respect of his community. The film reveals the true character, honor, and valor which created the legacy of Toofan Singh in Punjabi folklore.
Itlauli Barrah (2018)
A man finds a book filled with characters that come to life when he reads it.
A violent home invasion changes a young couple forever.
This intense psychological noir drama is an acting tour de force. Emmett J Scanlan plays the troubled young Guy, who reaches out to his oldest friend after the mysterious death of Guy's younger sister. A visit to support a grieving friend soon takes a sinister twist as some very dark secrets about the siblings' relationship come to light.
A look at the 1970s gay rights movement in Australia through the eyes of the dedicated activist Lance Gowland. As Lance deals with his sexuality, he must also juggle work, family and relationships.
A beauty expert, a drug dealer and a revolutionary end up in the grips of an extremist group.
Munda Faridkotia (2019)
A man makes a wish to stay in his hometown.
Dark Sense (2019)
Simon, a powerful psychic, has seen his future – a serial killer will torture him to death. He has just five days to change the future. If he can. This isn’t the first time the psychic and the psychopath have met. As a boy, Simon had another vision – of the killer slaughtering his friend. Simon couldn’t stop that crime, and the tragedy scarred him deeply, leaving him unable to use his powers.
In the present, Simon hires a troubled ex-SAS soldier as a bodyguard. But when MI5 intervene and try to grab Simon for their own nefarious purposes, the plan goes awry. With the bodyguard out of action, the killer murders his way closer and closer to Simon.
In the killer’s secret lair, Simon finally confronts his nemesis. Will he finally realize the true extent of his powers and manage to save himself in the gripping climax of the film?
A serial killer disguises himself as a drug dealer in order to "deliver" young people their worshiped drugs
Les mamies (1992)
A woman and her six friends search for her 12-year-old grandson, who has decided to run away from home.
Lea's Story (1998)
A women's rights advocate navigates the challenges of life with two children from two different men.
The Last Bridesmaid (2019)
A single woman watches the last of her girlfriends tie the knot.
After spending 16 years in prison, a tough ex-con finds himself tempted to return to his criminal roots.
Bee Sting (2014)
While spending the summer as camp counselors, four teens end up in a fight for their very lives after they encounter a bunch of redneck cannibals.
WTF! is a 2017 American horror film directed by Peter Herro. It was written by Herro, Christopher Lawrence Centanni and Adam Buchalter. It stars Callie Ott, Nicholas James Reilly, Andrea Hunt, and Johnny James Fiore, with a special appearance by Perez Hilton. The film follows a group of college friends onto their vacation at a secluded cabin. One by one, a killer works their way through the group, a killer who has links to an earlier massacre one of them previously survived.
To Russia With Love (2014)
To Russia with Love is a documentary film by Canadian director Noam Gonick, released in 2014. Shot in Sochi, Russia during the 2014 Winter Olympics, the film centres on the controversial Russian gay propaganda law, and the ethical dilemmas faced by openly LGBT athletes such as Johnny Weir, Belle Brockhoff, Anastasia Bucsis and Blake Skjellerup around whether to speak out against the law while competing in Russia.
Tunnel Vision (1976)
TunnelVision (also known as Tunnel Vision) is a satirical 1976 comedy anthology film featuring Roger Bowen, Chevy Chase, John Candy, Howard Hesseman, Joe Flaherty, Laraine Newman, Betty Thomas, Phil Proctor, Al Franken, Ron Silver, Tom Davis, and Michael Overly, with appearances by noted voiceover artists Ernie Anderson and Danny Dark. It was directed by Neal Israel and Bradley R. Swirnoff and produced by Joe Roth. Although the title is repeatedly displayed in the film as being spelled "TunnelVision," it is frequently identified as "Tunnel Vision" in home video reissues and critical reviews.
An internet troll decides to take martial arts lessons after another user beats him up in real life and videotapes the fight.
Nomadic Childhoods (2014)
In Tibet, Mongolia and Siberia, nomadic children turn to their wishes and dreams to deal with a hostile world.
Pandora and the Magic Box (1965)
When King Minos discovers Theseus is on a mission to locate the rightful ruler of Greece, he sends his buxom servant Pandora to disrupt the search. Meanwhile, Zeus selects Theseus to protect a wooden box “full of trouble.” Add a handful of Amazons and one king in drag, and you have the screwball comedy that introduced sexploitation auteur Joe Sarno’s unique take on Yiddish Theater to the raincoat crowd.
Sarah and Ransh share a common passion for car racing and often race together. When their mutual friend Aditya decides to propose to Sarah, he meets with a car crash and dies, leaving her depressed.
Defining Hope (2017)
Nurses guide patients and their families at fragile junctions in their lives.
Until the Birds Return (2017)
Until the Birds Return (French: En Attendant les hirondelles) is a 2017 French drama film directed by Karim Moussaoui. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.
We Love You, Sally Carmichael! (2017)
Readers love Sally Carmichael’s young adult novels about a girl who falls in love with a merman. But no one knows that Sally Carmichael is really Simon Hayes…and Simon would like to keep it that way.
Hans Zimmer: Live in Prague (2017)
Unique cinema concert of the most successful film composer of our time.
Falchi: Falcons Special Squad (2017)
Two agents of a police unit that investigates organized crime allow their dedication to their jobs to impact their private lives.
Cat Nation: A Film About Japan's Crazy Cat Culture (2017)
Filmmaker Tim Delmastro examines the cat-obsessed culture of Japan.
Juan Campos (Arath de la Torre) has dedicated his life to seducing the most beautiful women with his friend and accomplice, Luis Pani. When they prepare for their trip to the Dominican Republic, Luis falls ill, and Juan is forced to take his nephew Mau (Jesus Zavala), a 20 year old boy who is going through the depression of losing his first love. While Juan trains Mau in the art of seduction, Teresa D’Ors (Marina de Tavira) appears, the only woman in the world capable of paralyzing Juan. Together, they venture on a journey where they will learn from each other and discover that in love nothing is certain.
When a young girl is killed in a suspicious train accident, three very different people band together in their mutual quest for answers.
Travel Mates (2017)
A man takes a road trip and discovers the meaning of friendship.
Hide & Seek (2010)
Six friends must play a lethal game after being abducted by a person dressed as Santa Claus.
The Silence (2015)
The Silence is a 2015 Indian Marathi drama film directed by Gajendra Ahire. The film stars Sairat director Nagraj Manjule, Raghubir Yadav and Anjali Patil.
I Am Battle Comic (2017)
I AM BATTLE COMIC follows a group of comedians on a mission to provide laughter for U.S troops stationed in Afghanistan, Kuwait, Bahrain, and Iraq. Gripping insights about the highs and lows facing the men and women in the military are balanced with wonderful laughs as the Comedians perform, along with heartfelt interviews with top professional comedians (including George Lopez, Dave Attel, Jeff Capri, Don Barnhart, Jr., Bob Kubota, Slade Ham, Wayne Federman, Tammy Pescatelli, Murray Valeriano, Jennifer Rawlings, Shawn Halpin, George Wallace And Dick Capri).
Sin Norte (2015)
Esteban travels through Chile on the same path taken by Isabel.
Miss Kiet's Children (2016)
Kiet Engels is the kind of teacher one wishes every schoolchild could have. She is strict but never harsh. She is loving but never soft. Her patience in endless.
Miss Kiet’s pupils have only just arrived in Holland. Many are refugees. Everything is new and confusing. Some at first are quarrelsome and headstrong. But Miss Kiet’s firm but loving hand brings calm and awakens interest. She not only teaches her pupils to read and write Dutch, but also helps them learn to solve problems together and respect one another. Slowly the children gain skills and confidence.
Ek Cup Chya (2009)
Ek Cup Chya is a Marathi film based on the Right to Information (RTI) Act. The film was the second project of activist producer Yeshwant Oak. Previously he had collaborated with the same directors Sumitra Bhave and Sunil Sukhtankar to produce Devrai in 2004.
Vape Wave (2016)
The history of the tobacco industry and how vaping can save lives.
Tukaram is a 2012 Marathi biopic on the life of Saint Tukaram, who was a 17th-century Varkari saint, spiritual poet and devotee of Vitthala. The film was directed by Chandrakant Kulkarni whose directorial debut, Bindhast received numerous awards. His other works include films like Bhet and Kay Dyache Bola along with 65 plays and a few TV serials. The film was produced by Sanjay Chhabria under the banner Everest Entertainment. Chhabria has earlier produced films like Me Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy, Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho and Haapus.
Stage V (2018)
When the fascination with looking young creates a viral outbreak, the Earth's population starts to reduce in stages. When children and teens are the only humans left, they must not only fend for themselves against the virus, but also each other.
A man takes a trip to his origin after losing his family.
College kids discover a device that allows them to take control of others and experience the world through someone else's body.
Taqdeerwala is a 1995 Indian Hindi fantasy action comedy film produced by D. Rama Naidu under the Suresh Productions banner, directed by K. Murali Mohana Rao. It stars Venkatesh, Raveena Tandon in lead roles, with music composed by Anand–Milind. It is a remake of the 1994 Telugu film Yamaleela.
Le Ride (2017)
More riders failed to finish the 1928 Tour de France than any other Tour in history. The race was designed to eliminate as many riders as possible. Most of the roads were unpaved and poorly lighted; they rode these heavy steel bikes that weighed twice as much as a modern racing bike.
Surprisingly this incredible story about the irrefutable achievements of Harry Watson and his team has never been told on film until now. Three years ago Phil and his wing-man Ben Cornell decided to take on the biggest physical and mental challenge of their lives and attempted to recreate the 1928 Tour de France route on vintage steel bikes, with no gears, to honor these four brave athletes.
Second souffle (2016)
Six surfers in Morocco discover more about their country by riding waves.
Behold the Earth (2017)
Behold the Earth is a feature-length musical documentary film that inquires into America's estrangement from nature, built out of conversations with leading biologists and evangelical Christians, and directed by David Conover. The film made its debut at the 2017 DC Environmental Film Festival.
The Gaelic King (2017)
"Set in the war-torn 800AD Scotland, this is the story of a young Warrior-King named Alpin. When his family is murdered by a rival Pict King, Alpin and his infant brother Finn, are the sole escapees. Alpin swears to one day return, seeking vengeance and regain his rightful claim to the throne.Ten years later Alpin and Finn, return and come across a community whose children are being kidnapped by the mysterious dark ‘Shadow Warriors’. When Finn gets captured, Alpin sets out to rescue him, accompanied by a Druid-monk called Lachlan. What ensues is a gripping adventure, culminating in a final epic battle between Alpin and Nathara, the sorceress who awoke and controls the Shadow Warriors. "
A 12-year-old discovers that her grandfather, the town sheriff, may have once committed a racially motivated murder.
Event Zero (2017)
When her father is framed for a biological attack, suspended cop Leyla Nassar goes on a mission to clear her father's name and uncover the truth behind the attack.
Twice Upon a Time (1983)
Twice Upon a Time is a 1983 stop motion-animated fantasy comedy film directed by John Korty and Charles Swenson. Twice Upon a Time was also the first animated film George Lucas produced. The film uses a form of cutout animation, which the filmmakers called "Lumage", involving prefabricated cut-out plastic pieces that the animators moved on a light table. The film features improvised dialogue and a visual blend of live-action, traditional 2D animation, and stop motion.
Zombiology: Enjoy Yourself Tonight (2017)
A pair of slackers are forced to put aside their childish ways when a zombie outbreak makes its way to their small town.
The Back of Beyond (1954)
The Back of Beyond (1954) is a feature-length award-winning Australian documentary film produced and directed by John Heyer for the Shell Film Unit. In terms of breadth of distribution, awards garnered, and critical response, it is Heyer's most successful film. It is also, arguably, Australia's most successful documentary: in 2006 it was included in a book titled 100 Greatest Films of Australian Cinema, with Bill Caske writing that it is "perhaps our [Australia's] national cinema's most well known best kept secret".
The aim of the film, as requested by the Shell Company, was to associate Shell with the essence of Australia, with Australianism. Heyer took as his central motif the fortnightly journey made by mailman Tom Kruse, along the remote Birdsville Track from Marree, in South Australia, to Birdsville, in southwest Queensland. In 1957, Heyer wrote that this film, when viewed with Francis Birtles' earlier In the Track of Burke and Wills (1916), "clearly suggest[s] that the true image of Australia is, and always has been, the image of Man against Nature".
The film brought Tom Kruse to public notice, and resulted in his being appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) on 1 January 1955.
Schubert in Love: Vater werden ist (nicht) schwer (2016)
Olaf Schubert, the last of his family line, doesn't have time for a girlfriend but dutifully searches for one when his father demands offspring.
I Am Evidence (2017)
I AM EVIDENCE exposes the shocking number of untested rape kits in the United States today. Despite the power of DNA to solve and prevent crimes, hundreds of thousands of kits containing potentially crucial DNA evidence languish untested in police evidence storage rooms across the country. Behind each of these kits lies an individual’s unresolved sexual assault case. Produced by Mariska Hargitay, I AM EVIDENCE follows stories of survivors who have waited years for their kits to be tested, as well as the law enforcement officials who are leading the charge to work through the backlog and pursue long-awaited justice in these cases. The film reveals the high cost of the lingering lassitude surrounding rape investigations in this country, and the positive effects of treating survivors with the respect they deserve and an opportunity for justice.
First Kiss (2017)
A man has trouble getting into a long-term relationship.
A New Capitalism (2017)
Brazilian, Indian and Mexican entrepreneurs try to build a new version of capitalism.
Jeannette: The Childhood of Joan of Arc (2017)
Jeannette: The Childhood of Joan of Arc (French: Jeannette, l'enfance de Jeanne d'Arc) is a 2017 French musical film directed by Bruno Dumont. It was screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.
A broken marriage leads to a bitter custody battle with an embattled son at the center in this domestic thriller that will keep audiences guessing and leave them with their hearts in their throats. Miriam and Antoine Besson have divorced, and Miriam (Léa Drucker) is seeking sole custody of their son Julien (Thomas Gioria) to protect him from a father she claims is violent. Antoine (Denis Ménochet) pleads his case as a scorned dad whose children have been turned against him by their vindictive mother. Unsure who is telling the truth, the appointed judge rules in favor of joint custody. A hostage to the escalating conflict between his parents, Julien is pushed to the edge to prevent the worst from happening. Director Xavier Legrand has cited Kramer vs. Kramer, The Shining, and The Night of the Hunter as inspirations for Custody. A companion piece to his Academy Award®-nominated short film Just Before Losing Everything, the film won him the Silver Lion for Best Director at the Venice Film Festival.
The Concessionaires Must Die! (2018)
THE CONCESSIONAIRES MUST DIE! tells the story of a group of movie loving misfits who must rally together to save their beloved independent theatre from an evil corporate movie chain. Led by a valiant but geeky Scott Frakes, (David Blue, SGU Stargate Universe, Ugly Betty) and filled with odd ducks like heavily intoxicated former child star Ashley (Talia Tabin, Parks and Recreation, New Girl) and shy guy wing man RJ (Cosby Siringi, Wizards of Waverly Place, Roommates), the crew is determined to save the day through delightful homages to classic films ranging from BRAVEHEART, THE WRATH OF KHAN, BATMAN BEGINS, and others.
El seminarista (1949)
A seminarian finds himself involved in a confusing yet intense relationship and starts having doubts about his religious vocation.
Moko Jumbie (2017)
A gothic punk Caribbean love story arises in the ruins of a coconut plantation in rural Trinidad in MOKO JUMBIE, the feature film debut of filmmaker Vashti Anderson.
Set in 1990 against the backdrop of the country's failed coup attempt, Young Asha (Vanna Girod) has just returned from her home in England to her native island seeking her roots. What should be a brief visit turns into much more as she's drawn to Roger (Jeremy Thomas), an idealistic, pan-platying, crab-catching Afro-Caribbean fisherman across the road. The taboo attraction between the two teenagers grows despite family disapproval, political turmoil, a clash between cultures, and mysterious hauntings by ancestral spirits.
Sequence Break (2018)
A reclusive video arcade technician experiences bizarre biomechanical mutations and hallucinations when a mysterious new arcade machine appears in his shop.
Get Big (2017)
Inspired by somewhat true events, "Get Big" follows the misadventures of two friends as they reconnect to attend a high school classmate's wedding. Alec is the charming troublemaker, while Nate provides the neurotic and awkward foil to his friend's unpredictable antics. "Get Big" takes place over the course of a crazy 24-hour period during which Alec and Nate cross paths with oddball cops, curmudgeonly neighbors, drug dealers, psychopaths, escorts and pretty girls, all while the clock ticks down their classmate's big moment.
Ramblin' Freak (2017)
Would-be filmmaker Parker Smith purchases a camcorder on eBay and discovers a revealing home video inside. He loads the camera and his cat into a minivan and drives across the country to find the camcorder's original owner.
Christmas on the Coast (2018)
Needing inspiration, hard-hearted New York novelist Dru Cassadine needs to write the "novel of her life" before Christmas is over, but her newest romance story may just star her and the most eligible bachelor in her hometown.
Bewafa Sanam (1995)
Bewafa Sanam is a 1995 Hindi film directed by Gulshan Kumar. It stars Krishan Kumar, Shilpa Shirodkar, Aruna Irani, Shakti Kapoor and Kiran Kumar. The screenplay was written by Sachin Bhowmick, dialogue by Madan Joshi, and story by Gulshan Kumar. It was produced by Gulshan Kumar.
Bad Blood (2017)
Bad Blood is a 2017 Australian thriller film directed by David Pulbrook and starring Xavier Samuel and Morgan Griffin.