Jokes My Folks Never Told Me (1978)

Bawdy sketches focus upon anatomical humor, racy language and risque topics.

Avalon (2001)

In a future world, young people are increasingly becoming addicted to an illegal (and potentially deadly) battle simulation game called Avalon...

A Stranger in My Forest (1976)

A lonely orphan's faith is renewed through his friendship with a wild bear.

Beware of Children (1960)

No Kidding is a 1960 British comedy film directed by Gerald Thomas featuring Leslie Phillips, Geraldine McEwan and Irene Handl, Noel Purcell and Julia Lockwood. The film is adapted from Verily Anderson's 1958 memoir Beware of Children, under which title the film was released in the US. Anderson also wrote the screenplay. The film has been interpreted by film scholar Wheeler Dixon as "a gentle critique of A. S. Neill's Summerhill method of schooling", and Harrison's Reports gave it a good review, calling it an "uneven but well-enacted comedy by the 'Carry On ...' series film-makers.... Unobjectionable for all." Elsewhere it is described as "surprisingly sophisticated fare that also scores a number of interesting points about greed, privilege and class."

L’argent (1983)

In his ruthlessly clear-eyed final film, French master Robert Bresson pushed his unique blend of spiritual rumination and formal rigor to a new level of astringency. Transposing a Tolstoy novella to contemporary Paris, L’argent follows a counterfeit bill as it originates as a prop in a schoolboy prank, then circulates like a virus among the corrupt and the virtuous alike before landing with a young truck driver and leading him to incarceration and violence. With brutal economy, Bresson constructs his unforgiving vision of original sin out of starkly perceived details, rooting his characters in a dehumanizing material world that withholds any hope of transcendence.

The Bridge (1969)

The Bridge is a 1969 Yugoslav film that takes place during World War II. Partisans mine a heavily guarded bridge held by Nazi forces, to check a German offensive. The movie was directed by Hajrudin Krvavac, and stars Velimir 'Bata' Živojinović, Slobodan Perović, Boris Dvornik and Igor Galo.

All Cats Are Grey (2014)

All Cats Are Grey (French: Tous les chats sont gris) is a 2014 Belgian coming-of-age drama film directed by Savina Dellicour and co-written by Dellicour and Matthieu de Braconier. All Cats Are Grey had its world premiere at the 32nd Turin Film Festival. It also screened as a special presentation during the 2015 Santa Barbara International Film Festival, where it won Best International Film. Critical response was generally strong and the film received nine nominations at the 6th Magritte Awards, including Best Film and Best Director for Dellicour.

Attention: A Life in Extremes (2013)

Attention – A Life in Extremes is a 90-minute documentary film, which explores the phenomenon of extreme sports from a personal and critical perspective. The documentary shows the lives of three athletes: French freediver and world champion Guillaume Néry, Austrian extreme cyclist Gerhard Gulewicz and Norwegian wingsuit flyer Halvor Angvik.

Countdown (2004)

Countdown (also known as Personal Number, Russian: Личный номер) is a Russian action movie directed by Yevgeny Lavrentyev with a $7 million budget, which was huge for Russia of that time, and released in Moscow in December 2004. The Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation assisted the shooting. Former Deputy FSB Director Vladimir Anisimov was hired consultant. The movie was sponsored by Sibneft and Channel 1. Despite its dubious artistic qualities, Countdown dramatizes many real life political concerns. In the very beginning the plot of the movie closely follows details of the independent investigation of the 1999 Russian apartment bombings described in the book Blowing Up Russia: Terror from Within by Yury Felshtinsky and Alexander Litvinenko, representing them as parts of the plan masterminded and sponsored by exiled tycoon Pokrovsky (obvious hint at Boris Berezovsky in real life) and aimed to discredit Russian security services. As this plan has failed, Pokrovsky assisted by some terrorists organizes a hostage taking in a Moscow circus (very similar to Moscow theater hostage crisis in real life) in order to return to Russia, acting as a saver of the hostages during negotiations. However, he fails to do so. The movie also depicts the Pankisi Gorge in Georgia as a place where an important Islamic militant hides, which was a common allegation by Russian authorities in real life around that time, and depicts destruction of a base of terrorists and allies of Pokrovsky in Qatar which might hint at the assassination of Zelimkhan Yandarbiev. Overall, the movie was widely considered propaganda.

Mrs. Lambert Remembers Love (1991)

When Lil Lambert (Ellen Burstyn) loses her son, she must fight for the custody of her 9-year-old grandson, Jared, (Ryan Todd) while she struggles with her advancing Alzheimer's disease. It eventually becomes apparent that Jared may be shipped off to a foster home, and the pair decide to hit the road in order to escape social services and remain together. Along the way, they are aided and inspired by friends such as Clifford Pepperman (Walter Matthau).

The Wait (2015)

The Wait (Italian: L'attesa) is a 2015 Italian drama film directed by Piero Messina and starring Juliette Binoche. It tells the story of a Sicilian mother who lives with her son's fiancée, and refrains from telling the fiancée that her son will not return. The film is loosely based on two works by Luigi Pirandello. It was screened in the main competition section of the 72nd Venice International Film Festival.

Janie Gets Married (1946)

Janie Gets Married is a 1946 American comedy film directed by Vincent Sherman and written by Agnes Christine Johnston. The film stars Joan Leslie, Robert Hutton, Edward Arnold, Ann Harding, Robert Benchley and Dorothy Malone. The film was released by Warner Bros. on June 22, 1946. This is a sequel to 1944's Janie. Hutton, Arnold, Harding and Benchley reprise their earlier roles, but Leslie replaces actress Joyce Reynolds in the title role.

Singapore (1947)

Singapore is a 1947 American romance film directed by John Brahm and starring Fred MacMurray and Ava Gardner. The film was remade as Istanbul (1957) with the location moved to Turkey, and Errol Flynn and Cornell Borchers in the starring roles.

Bedford Springs (2013)

Two men flee their small town after killing their mother.

That Night with You (1945)

That Night With You is a 1945 American film starring Susanna Foster. At one stage the film was known as Once Upon a Dream.

Fuego (2014)

Years after his daughter is mutilated and his wife killed in a bomb attack, Carlos seeks revenge.

Curse of the Stone Hand (1965)

Curse of the Stone Hand is a 1965 horror film created by movie producer Jerry Warren by editing together two 1940s Chilean films, La casa está vacía, a 1945 film directed by Carlos Schlieper, and La dama de la muerte, a 1946 film directed by Carlos Hugo Christensen.

The Taste of Apple Seeds (2013)

Iris inherits the family house and memories come to the surface.

Way of Life (2012)

Michael finds a valuable piece of art in the garbage, sells it at auction, and builds a hospital in one of the most remote areas of India.

Breach (2015)

Filmmaker Jonathan Zwick exposes Iceland's continued participation in commercial whale harvesting of the endangered finback whale.

Four Jacks and a Jill (1942)

Four Jacks and a Jill is a 1942 musical comedy film starring Ray Bolger, Anne Shirley, June Havoc and Desi Arnaz. It lost $113,000.

Zombies of Mora Tau (1957)

Zombies of Mora Tau (a.k.a. The Dead That Walk) is a 1957 black-and-white zombie horror film from Columbia Pictures, produced by Sam Katzman, directed by Edward L. Cahn, that stars Gregg Palmer, Autumn Russel, Joel Ashley, Morris Ankrum, and Marjorie Eaton. The screenplay was written by George H. Plympton and Bernard Gordon. Zombies of Mora Tau was released on a double bill with another Katzman-produced film, The Man Who Turned to Stone (1957).

Homewrecker (2009)

A happily married gay couple (Bruce L. Hart, Peter Szeliga) is unaware that their houseguest (Dylan Vox) has a secret agenda.

Wagon Wheels Westward (1945)

Wagon Wheels Westward is a 1945 American Western film in the Red Ryder film series directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Earle Snell. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, Robert Blake, Alice Fleming, Linda Stirling, Roy Barcroft and Emmett Lynn. The film was released on December 21, 1945, by Republic Pictures.

Rincón de Darwin (2013)

After his girlfriend breaks up with him, a man (Jorge Temponi) and two companions (Jorge Esmoris, Carlos Frasca) embark on a road trip to a remote area of Uruguay.

East of Borneo (1931)

For the art publication, see East of Borneo (magazine). East of Borneo (1931) is an American Pre-Code adventure film directed by George Melford, co-written by Edwin H. Knopf and Dale Van Every, starring Rose Hobart, Charles Bickford, Georges Renavent, Lupita Tovar, and Noble Johnson, and released by Universal Studios. In 1936, artist Joseph Cornell edited this feature film into his short experimental film Rose Hobart which runs about 19 minutes.

Thief of Baghdad (1979)

An "Arabian Nights" thief (Steve Reeves) faces fire, flood and temptation to find a blue rose needed to save a princess (Giorgia Moll).

How Do I Love Thee? (1970)

How Do I Love Thee? is a 1970 American comedy-drama film directed by Michael Gordon. It stars Jackie Gleason and Maureen O'Hara and is based on Peter De Vries's 1965 novel Let Me Count the Ways.

All Things Ablaze (2014)

A visceral look at the violence of the Ukrainian protests of 2013-14.

Get Back (2015)

A look at the musical outpourings of nearly 60 years worth of Liverpool music, from the post war years through today.

Humpback Whales (2015)

From the waters of Alaska, Hawaii and the remote islands of Tonga, scientists research how these giant mammals communicate, sing, feed, play and take care of their young while migrating 10,000 miles every year.

Meathead Goes Hog Wild (2015)

A young man trying to prove he is a good person gives in to his primitive urges.

Anytime, Anywhere (2011)

Engaeyum Eppothum is a 2011 Tamil romantic drama road film written and directed by Tamil film debutant M. Saravanan, who had earlier directed the Telugu film Ganesh Just Ganesh. Starring Jai, Anjali, Sharwanand and Ananya, it was produced by A. R. Murugadoss in association with Fox Star Studios, marking the studio's entry into Tamil cinema. Engeyum Eppodhum illustrates two love stories—one set against the backdrop of Chennai and the other in Tiruchi—which join together in the climax. The film released on 16 September 2011, to very positive reviews, going on to become a critical and commercial success. The film was dubbed into Telugu as Journey and released on 16 December 2011. Later remade into Kannada as Endendu Ninagagi.

Don't Just Lie There, Say Something! (1973)

The Government of the day is introducing a Law and Order Bill to combat permissiveness. Sir William Mainwaring-Brown is the main spokesperson for the Bill, and is being assisted by his Under-Secretary, Barry Ovis. Problems arise when a group of protestors decide to kidnap and drug them, taking photos of them in compromising situations. Barry is kidnapped on his wedding day, whilst the Minister avoids the group and has made plans to spend the night with a lady who is not his wife. With people so keen to expose him, how will he get away with it?

The Feather Fairy (1985)

The Feather Fairy (Slovak: Perinbaba) is a 1985 adaptation of a Brothers Grimm's Mother Hulda short story directed by Slovak director Juraj Jakubisko. A fairy tale about a grandma who cares for snow and a boy who isn't afraid of death.

The Lift (1983)

De Lift (released in North America as The Lift and) is a 1983 Dutch horror film by director Dick Maas about an intelligent and murderous elevator starting a killing spree. In 2001, an American remake, Down, was made and was also directed by Dick Maas.

Missing Girls (1936)

Missing Girls is a 1936 American film directed by Phil Rosen.

Mushrooms (1995)

A police officer (Simon Chilvers) and a criminal simultaneously arrive at the apartment of two shady widows (Julia Blake, Lynette Curran) who have a room to rent.

Under Fiesta Stars (1941)

Under Fiesta Stars is a 1941 American Western film directed by Frank McDonald and starring Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, and Carol Hughes. Based on a story by Karl Brown, the film is about a singing cowboy and rodeo champion who inherits a ranch and mining property along with his foster father's niece. She wants to sell but needs his consent, and he wants to work the mine according to his foster father's wishes. Problems arise when the niece unwittingly gets involved with unscrupulous lawyers who are plotting to steal the mine. The film features the songs "Purple Sage in the Twilight", "When You're Smiling", and the title song.

Mountains of the Moon (2013)

Chander Pahar is a 2013 Indian action adventure film based on Chander Pahar by Bengali novelist Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay, directed by Kamaleshwar Mukherjee and produced by Mahendra Soni and Shrikant Mohta under the banner of their production house Shree Venkatesh Films. It features Bengali actor Dev in the lead role as Shankar. This is the first collaboration between Dev and Mukherjee, the latter having made only two films before: Uro Chithi and Meghe Dhaka Tara.

The Affair (1973)

A bittersweet, touching love story in which the life of a beautiful and successful lyricist, Courtney Patterson (Natalie Wood), changes dramatically when she meets attorney Marcus Simon (Robert Wagner). Although crippled by the effects of childhood polio, Courtney is pursued by Marcus, who is fascinated by her: his warmth and break down her barriers. The intensity of their emotion is all engulfing, but so is her despair when Marcus abandons her.

Mermaid (2007)

A teen (Mariya Shalaeva) with strange powers vies with an alluring seductress (Irina Skrinichenko) for a man's (Evgeny Tsyganov) affections.

Imagine (1972)

Imagine is a 1972 television film by John Lennon and Yoko Ono, filmed mostly at their Tittenhurst Park home in Ascot, England, during 1971, and intended for television. All the songs from Lennon's Imagine album appear in the soundtrack, and also the songs "Mrs. Lennon" and "Don't Count the Waves", from Ono's album Fly.

Survival Game (1987)

Mike Norris, son of Chuck Norris, uses his karate moves and cowboy boots to rescue his girlfriend's father who has been kidnapped.

Max Peril (2015)

Adventures of a retired secret agent.

Life on the V: The Story of V66 (2014)

Filmmaker Eric Green traces the short life of V66, a Boston-based UHF music video channel that operated in the mid-1980s.

Sweater Girl (1942)

Sweater Girl is a 1942 American mystery and comedy film written by Robert Blees and Beulah Marie Dix, directed by William Clemens and starring Eddie Bracken, June Preisser, Phillip Terry, and Betty Jane Rhodes. It was released on July 13, 1942. Sweater Girl marked the debut of the classic World War II-era wartime song, "I Don't Want To Walk Without You". The song was performed on screen by actress Betty Jane Rhodes.

Mind Your Own Business (1936)

Mind Your Own Business is a 1936 American comedy film directed by Norman Z. McLeod and written by John Francis Larkin and Dore Schary. The film stars Charlie Ruggles, Alice Brady, Lyle Talbot, Benny Baker, Gene Lockhart, and Jack La Rue. It was released on December 18, 1936 by Paramount Pictures.

Frankie Starlight (1995)

Frankie Starlight is a 1995 drama–romantic war film directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg. The screenplay was written by Ronan O'Leary and Chet Raymo, based on the internationally best-selling novel The Dork of Cork by Raymo.

Manhattan Baby (1982)

Manhattan Baby is a 1982 Italian horror film directed by Lucio Fulci, starring Christopher Connelly and Carlo De Mejo.

The Cowboy Musketeer (1925)

The Cowboy Musketeer is a 1925 American silent western film directed by Robert De Lacey and starring Tom Tyler, Frankie Darro and David Dunbar.

Europa (1991)

"You will now listen to my voice . . . On the count of ten you will be in Europa . . ." So begins Max von Sydow's opening narration to Lars von Trier’s hypnotic Europa (known in the U.S. as Zentropa), a fever dream in which American pacifist Leopold Kessler (Jean-Marc Barr) stumbles into a job as a sleeping-car conductor for the Zentropa railways in a Kafkaesque 1945 postwar Frankfurt. With its gorgeous black-and-white and color imagery and meticulously recreated (if then nightmarishly deconstructed) costumes and sets, Europa is one of the great Danish filmmaker’s weirdest and most wonderful works, a runaway-train ride to an oddly futuristic past.

A House In The Hills (1993)

A House in the Hills is a 1993 film directed by Ken Wiederhorn. It stars Michael Madsen and Helen Slater.

The Great Flirtation (1934)

The Great Flirtation is a 1934 American pre-Code drama film directed by Ralph Murphy and written by Humphrey Pearson and Gregory Ratoff. The film stars Elissa Landi, Adolphe Menjou, David Manners, Lynne Overman and Raymond Walburn. The film was released on June 15, 1934, by Paramount Pictures.

Marilyn & Bobby: Her Final Affair (1993)

Marilyn Monroe's (Melody Anderson) relationship with Robert F. Kennedy (James F. Kelly) makes an impact all the way to the White House.

The Flame Barrier (1958)

A woman (Kathleen Crowley) hires adventurers to free her husband (Arthur Franz) from an alien protoplasm emitting heat rays.

Grazing The Sky (2013)

Filmmaker Horacio Alcala examines the lives of modern circus performers in and out of the Cirque Du Soleil.

Bedevil (1993)

Bedevil is a 1993 Australian horror film directed by Tracey Moffatt. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival.

Welcome Home (1935)

A group of con men return to the town they swindled years ago after one of them is elected to the chamber of commerce.

The Dalton Girls (1957)

The four daughters of a slain notorious outlaw decide to continue in their father's footsteps--with a life of banditry and robbery. Two of the daughters soon want out. The other two love it. Cornered, all four will have to gun their way to freedom.

Quiet Bliss (2014)

After their company goes bankrupt, three generations of a family move back to the family farm to survive off the land.

As God Commands (2008)

As God Commands (Italian: Come Dio сomanda) is a 2008 Italian drama film directed by Gabriele Salvatores, based on novel of the same name by Niccolò Ammaniti. It was entered into the 31st Moscow International Film Festival.

Comradeship (1931)

Comradeship (German: Kameradschaft, known in France as La Tragédie de la mine) is a 1931 dramatic directed by Austrian director G. W. Pabst. The French-German co-production drama is noted for combining expressionism and realism. The picture concerns a mine disaster where German miners rescue French miners from an underground fire and explosion. The story takes place in the Lorraine/Saar region, along the border between France and Germany. It is based on an actual historical event, one of the worst industrial accidents in history, the Courrières mine disaster in 1906 in Courrières, France, where rescue efforts after a coal dust explosion were hampered by the lack of trained mine rescuers. Expert teams from Paris and Germany – miners from the Westphalia region – came to the assistance of the French miners. There were 1,099 fatalities, including children. Kameradschaft in German means a bond between soldiers or those who have similar opinions and are in friendship. The word is similar to comradeship, camaraderie or fellowship.

The Curse of the Black Dahlia (2007)

Strange events plague a marketing executive (Kate Siegel) whose building has a link to a notorious 1947 murder.

The Pay-Off (1930)

The Pay-Off is a 1930 American Pre-Code crime drama film directed by Lowell Sherman, who also starred in the film along with Marian Nixon and Hugh Trevor. The screenplay was adapted by Jane Murfin, along with Samuel Shipman and John B. Hymer, based on Shipman and Hymer's 1927 play, Crime.

The Big Noise (1944)

The Big Noise is a 1944 comedy film starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. It was produced by Sol M. Wurtzel and directed by Mal St.Clair.

Tainá 2 - A Aventura Continua (2005)

Tainá 2: A New Amazon Adventure (Portuguese: Tainá 2: A Aventura Continua) is a 2004 Brazilian film directed by Mauro Lima. It was shot in Manaus, the capital of the state of Amazonas, and also in Ubatuba, São Paulo, where Amazônia was simulated in close-ups.

After the Shock (1990)

After the Shock is a made-for-television movie about the aftermath of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake that hit San Francisco on October 17, 1989.

The Great Van Robbery (1959)

Interpol detective Caesar Smith tracks robbers of the Royal Mint van. He travels to Rio de Janeiro, Rome and Paris and establishes the guilt of a London coffee importer.

Erkekler (2013)

Adem seems to have it all, but his old friend constantly asks for money and support.

Dogtown Redemption (2016)

The art, science, economics and politics of recycling.

The Covenant (1985)

A San Francisco banker (Jose Ferrer) rules a Nazi-gold empire; his wife (Jane Badler) shares an evil power with her twin (Michelle Phillips).

War Drums (1957)

Goldminers instigate war with the Apaches just as Civil War breaks out.

King of Herrings (2014)

Several small-time men hanging out on the rickety streets of New Orleans have a tug of war over a childlike woman looking for a way out.

The Before Time (2014)

Two rival crews head into the desert to find a buried Navajo treasure. They soon discover the truth is stranger than fiction as something tries to stop them from digging deeper.

Dentist in the Chair (1960)

Dentist in the Chair is a 1960 British comedy film, directed by Don Chaffey and starring Bob Monkhouse, Ronnie Stevens, Eric Barker and Vincent Ball. The screenplay was written by Val Guest, and based on a novel by Matthew Finch. Additional scenes were written by Bob Monkhouse and George Wadmore. Dentist on the Job (1961), a sequel, followed.

Freeheld (2007)

Freeheld is a 2007 documentary film directed by Cynthia Wade. It chronicles the story of Laurel Hester in her fight against the Ocean County, New Jersey Board of Chosen Freeholders to give her earned pension benefits to her partner, Stacie. On February 24, 2008, it won the Oscar for Best Documentary Short Subject. The documentary also won a Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2007.