Ninja in Action (1987)

A ninja fighter and his American girlfriend journey to Hong Kong in search of the man who murdered her father and stole a cache of diamonds.

Shocktrauma (1982)

Dr. R. Adams Cowley (William Conrad) of Baltimore, Md., promotes a new procedure for treating trauma.

System Preferences (2012)

The story of Bashir Rameyev and the invention of a computer used to launch Sputnik into space.

Shallow Grave (1987)

Four coeds have a flat tire in Georgia, where two of them are jailed by a sheriff (Tony March) with something to hide.

The Red Detachment of Women (1961)

Wu Qionghua, a house maid, is abused by a cruel warlord until she joins a troop of women soldiers.

Casablanca Calling (2014)

A new generation of women in Morocco campaign against early marriage and encourage girls education.

Image Before My Eyes (1981)

The story of Jewish life in Poland before World War II is vibrantly recreated with historical footage and interviews.

Ulysses (1967)

It's a day in the life of Leopold Bloom (Milo O'Shea), his wife, Molly (Barbara Jefford), and Stephen Dedalus (Maurice Roves) in 1904 Dublin, based on the James Joyce novel.

Image Of An Assassination (1998)

A wider, digitally remastered look at Abraham Zapruder's amateur footage of JFK's assassination.

Murder on the Yellow Brick Road (2005)

A pretty young songbird is murdered in Hollywood, leading to an investigation that involves a crusty private eye who was in love with her, a smooth-talking seductress who hires the P.I., and a tough-as-nails cop.

Déjà Vu (2013)

Mihai, a man in a mid-life crisis, takes his mistress to the airport.

Six Men Getting Sick (1967)

Six grotesque human figures vomit.

Cesar's Last Fast (2014)

In 1988, activist Cesar Chavez begins his last protest fast to bring attention to the effects of pesticides on farmers.

Blondie Has Servant Trouble (1940)

Mr. Dithers puts Blondie (Penny Singleton) and Dagwood (Arthur Lake) in a mansion to show buyers it's not haunted.

East Is West (1930)

A beautiful, young Chinese woman is saved from being a slave and taken to America.

Adam Had Four Sons (1941)

Emilie Gallatin (Ingrid Bergman) works as governess for the wealthy Stoddard clan, but she also serves as a maternal figure when mother Molly (Fay Wray) dies. After the head of the family, Adam (Warner Baxter), loses much of his fortune, he has to send his boys off to boarding school and part with Emilie, the object of his affections. Years later, Emilie reunites with Adam and his sons, but their contentment may be short-lived when the scheming Hester (Susan Hayward) marries into the family.

In His Hands (2005)

A married woman (Isabelle Carré) has an affair with a veterinarian (Benoît Poelvoorde), despite her growing suspicions that he is a serial killer.

The Enforcer (1995)

Johnny (Xie Miao) is a junior kung fu champ growing up in China. He's been told his father, Wei (Jet Li), is a dangerous criminal. He's really an undercover agent infiltrating the Hong Kong Triad. When a brazen cop, Inspector Fong (Anita Mui), sets out to bring down the gang, she investigates Wei's mainland past and uncovers his true identity. After Wei's gravely ill wife dies, Fong takes Johnny back to Hong Kong with her, and father, son and cop team up to bring down a criminal empire.

Tada's Do-It-All House (2011)

Tada and Gyoten's friendship reaches a breaking point over events from Gyoten's past.

The Music of Strangers (2016)

Filmmaker Morgan Neville profiles cellist Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble, an eclectic group of musicians who tour worldwide.

City of Rott (2006)

An old-man and his trusty walker wander the city and struggle to fend off thousands of rotting zombies.

Pick A Card (1997)

Tired of his hardscrabble life working as an electrician in Tel Aviv, David (Zvika Hadar) decides to pursue his lifelong dream of making it as a magician. His girlfriend, Batya (Esti Zackheim), is tired of his irresponsibility and moves back to their hometown. David, however, focuses on his aspirations and eventually does make a mark on the magic world. However, just as he achieves his ambitions, he begins to rethink his priorities and decides to try to win back Batya.

Soudain, le silence (2015)

A French opera singer comes to Montreal for a concert and loses his voice.

I Know I'm Not Alone (2005)

Michael Franti's mission of peace in the Middle East.

Perry Mason: The Case of the Desperate Deception (1990)

Lawyer Mason (Raymond Burr) defends an embassy Marine officer accused of killing a Nazi war criminal in Paris.

Cowboy Del Amor (2005)

Ivan Thompson is a retired cowboy who has found a lucrative second career. A self-proclaimed "cowboy cupid," he regularly travels to Mexico to find wives for males who have been unsuccessful at finding mates in the States and can afford to pay his fee.

Thirunelveli (2000)

A drama directed by Bharathi Kannan, featuring Roja.

Death Strokes (2013)

Ivan, a young coroner, performs his deadly routine in Mexico.

Running For Jim (2014)

Cross country coach Jim Tracy battles Lou Gehrig's disease, and his coaching accomplishments reach a global stage in 2010 when, during the championship race, his team captain collapses and crawls across the finish line to win the title.

Marie's Sons (2002)

After the death of her husband and teenage son, a woman (Carole Laure) puts an ad in a newspaper for a surrogate child.

Trains of Thoughts (2012)

Filmmaker Timo Novotny compares metro systems around the world.

Majesty (2013)

The strange and stressful world of queen ceremonies in Panama.

México Pelágico (2014)

Conservationists unveil Mexico's fragile sea-life while creating sustainable livelihoods for the shark fishermen to preserve the critical ecosystem.

Sorority Sister Slaughter (2007)

An uninvited guest in a sorority house decides to have a killer time.

One Mile Above (2011)

A young man rides a bicycle to Tibet's highest point to fulfill his brother's last wish.

Theater in Trance (1981)

Filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder logs appearances at Cologne's "Theatres of the World" festival.

Beyond the Bermuda Triangle (1975)

A retired businessman (Fred MacMurray) looks for his fiancee and friends in the infamous region of lost ships.

Fear of Flying (2012)

A small bird with a fear of flying tries to avoid migrating as winter approaches.

Public Sex, Private Lives (2013)

Porn performers Lorelei Lee, Princess Donna and Isis Love defend their life choices to family, communities and the government.

Love Thy Neighbor (1940)

Playing off the contrived feud between Jack Benny and Fred Allen, the two funnymen star as themselves in this meta-comedy. When Jack falls for Fred's niece, Mary (Mary Martin), all hell breaks loose as the two men grapple for the upper hand. Mary tries to mend the rift between the men, contriving wild scenarios of life-saving and selflessness, but the periods of agreement are fleeting, as the rivals cannot seem to get along. A series of mad mishaps and confusion follows.

Jerked (2014)

Two best friends obsessed with making prank videos become mortal enemies when they fall for the same girl. To win her favor, they begin performing a series of dangerous and bizarre challenges.

Mysterious Creatures (2006)

Two parents struggle with their adult daughter, who suffers from an unknown ailment that makes her behavior highly erratic, and occasionally destructive.

The Tundra Book: A Tale of Vukvukai, the Little Rock (2011)

Vukvukai and his tribe survive on the tundra and take care of a deer herd.

Hold Back the Night (1956)

A Marine officer (John Payne) goes through Korea with the bottle of Scotch that his wife (Mona Freeman) gave him in the last war.

Closure (2007)

A transracial adoptee searches for her birth mother and meets the family she has never known.

Andalucia (2008)

Yacine, a Frenchman of Algerian descent, looks for his place in 21st-century France.

Roswell: The Aliens Attack (1999)

Two extraterrestrials descend on the American Southwest on a mission to destroy man's nuclear capability.

Silent War: Battles Beneath the Sea (2016)

A history of submarine warfare and espionage between the United States, the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union.

Italy: Year One (1974)

Filmmaker Roberto Rossellini creates a portrait of Alcide de Gasperi, the founder of Italy's Christian Democratic Party.

The Vineyard (2014)

Rumors of a bloodsucking monster swirl around the mysterious deaths of French villagers.

Peace Haven (2016)

Three elderly friends discover the meaning of life through death when they build a mortuary.

Angel of Nanjing (2015)

A man patrols a bridge over the Yangtze River in China, trying to prevent jumpers from ending their lives.

Astraea (2015)

Children journey to Nova Scotia to try to reunite with a sibling after most of the world's population has died.

Green Eyes (2013)

After Nicolas loses his girlfriend in a car accident, he starts having an affair with a young woman he barely knows who is addicted to ecstasy.

Mafia Doctor (2003)

A gifted doctor (Danny Nucci) must work for the crime boss (Paul Sorvino) who spared his father's life when he was younger.

Man vs Snake: The Long and Twisted Tale of Nibbler (2016)

The inspirational and outrageous true story of one man's quest for the highest video game score ever.

Sex & Bullets (2000)

A night on the town brings trouble for two friends who get mixed up with mobsters, women and hit men.

The Milky Way (2007)

Hector and Julia have a terrible argument on the phone and break up. Immediately, he leaves to drive across the city to apologize, but he becomes angry when he keeps encountering obstacles.

Penitentiary Angel (1996)

Seven female inmates attempt to turn their lives around as they face harsh prison life.

Perry Mason: The Case of the Murdered Madam (1987)

Lawyer Mason (Raymond Burr) defends a man for killing his wife (Ann Jillian), an ex-madam doing PR work for bank swindlers.

The Purloined Pup (1946)

Policedog Pluto must save a captive pooch from Butch the dognapper.

Twin Sisters (1992)

A police detective tries to guard the twin (Stepfanie Kramer) of a high-priced call girl whose life is in danger.

Cheran Pandiyan (1991)

A man comes to a village to visit his friend and falls in love with a girl. But her father does not approve of him as his friend is from a lower caste.

Face in the Rain (1964)

Rand (Rory Calhoun), an American spy in Nazi-occupied Italy, seeks shelter in the house of Anna (Marina Berti), who is having an affair with German officer Klaus (Niall MacGinnis). When he arrives to spend the night, Rand is forced to hide in the attic, with no way to escape. Anna realizes Klaus is in charge of the investigation searching for Rand and uses her son, Paolo (Massimo Giuliani), to get in touch with resistance fighters who can help the American escape.

Terry and the Pirates (1940)

An archeologist, his son and their friends intervene when a jungle pirate tries to kill the Dragon Lady and steal the treasures of her ancestors.

Saaz (1997)

Musical sisters (Shabana Azmi, Aruna Irani) become bitter rivals after one's career takes off.

British Sounds (1970)

Filmed in the UK in 1969 by Godard and the Dziga Vertov Group, the film represents an analysis of the status of women in a capitalist society and speculates about class consciousness and the need for political organization.

Cradle of Wine (2013)

Georgians play a role in the creation and development of wine.

Border Flight (1936)

Two Coast Guard fliers (John Howard, Grant Withers) vie for a girl (Frances Farmer) and chase airborne smugglers over California.

Decor (2014)

Maha, an Egyptian production designer, finds herself transported into a completely different persona.

Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against The West (2005)

Interviews and excerpts from Arabic TV illustrate the threat of Islamic extremists.

Anton (1996)

Anton returns home to a radically different country after five years away at sea.

The Terror Within (1989)

In a post-apocalyptic world, a small group of scientists, led by Hal (George Kennedy), is living underground after a chemical warfare incident, since dangerous mutants lurk aboveground. When the group rescues Karen (Yvonne Saa), a female survivor, from the surface, she discovers that one of the monsters has impregnated her -- and soon her vicious offspring arrives to terrorize the crew. Meanwhile, another pregnant female survivor is unsure whether the father is man or beast.

Every Man's Woman (1965)

A vivacious woman tries to please all of her lovers but finds she can't handle the jealousy that erupts among them.

Zits (1988)

Agents from the CIA and KGB chase four students who constructed fake military plans based on futuristic toys.

Cam Girlz (2015)

Internet sex workers find economic freedom, empowerment, intimacy and creative self-expression from their own homes.

The Man from Tumbleweeds (1940)

Ex-convict gunfighters join a state ranger (Bill Elliott) on patrol for outlaws.

Slightly French (1949)

In this musical comedy, movie director John Gayle (Don Ameche) botches a production when his feud with a star French actress (Adele Jergens) leads to her quitting and his being fired. In order to save his job, John tries to pass off carnival singer Mary (Dorothy Lamour) as a French actress. The movie's producer (Willard Parker) agrees to cast Mary and quickly falls for her. However, when a jealous John argues with her, she accidentally reveals her true identity, endangering the picture again.

Valparaíso (1994)

A Spanish sailor becomes involved with a woman whose child was stolen by the mafia.

Stations of the Cross (2014)

Maria, a devout 14-year-old Roman Catholic, goes through all 14 stations of the cross to become a saint and go to heaven.

Nuyorican Dream (2000)

Filmmaker Laurie Collyer traces a year in the lives of the Gutierrez family, Nuyoricans who eke out a hardscrabble existence in Brooklyn. Robert, a schoolteacher, has escaped the clutch of poverty, but he's the sole exception. Brother Danny is in and out of jail, sister Beatriz is a former teenage mother with a drug problem, and long-suffering family matriarch Marta quietly struggles to support her grandchildren with what little money welfare and her job as a street vendor provide.

Attack of the Beast Creatures (1985)

Shipwreck survivors wash up on an island and run into vicious creatures.

Whity (1971)

Rainer Werner Fassbinder's tale of a servant who finally fights back against his cruel oppressors.

Boulevard's End (2014)

Two immigrants on the Venice Pier share their journey through history.

Slaughter's Big Rip Off (1973)

In this sequel to "Slaughter," former Green Beret Slaughter (Jim Brown) moves to Los Angeles hoping to start a new life after having taken out a mob syndicate in South America. He isn't there long, however, before a hit man in a biplane tries to kill him at a swanky party. Realizing the syndicate is still alive under the leadership of criminal kingpin Duncan (Ed McMahon), Slaughter wants to skip town, but a well-meaning cop (Brock Peters) blackmails him into staying and fighting.

Double Danger (1938)

A trap to catch a thief takes an unexpected turn when a houseguest proves to be as larcenous as the intended quarry.

Attraction (1969)

A married woman takes a whirlwind tour through a psychedelic youth scene.

Going Out (2015)

Liz thinks she is going to see "RoboCop" with Rob, but things take an unexpected turn.

Why? (1996)

A filmmaker is asked to choose an image that made him believe in cinema.

My New Gun (1992)

A suburbanite (Stephen Collins) gives his wife (Diane Lane) a gun for protection, but a weirdo (James LeGros) steals it and upends their lives.

Mars Project (2012)

Tortured by demonic voices, Khari Stewart receives a diagnosis of schizophrenia. He believes a pair of demons from outer space is trying to control his mind, and he uses a spiritual shaman and drugs to control the voices.

Shep Comes Home (1948)

An orphan boy and his dog capture some bank robbers after the child promises a sheriff that he will not run away.

The Fox and the Chickadee (2013)

A fox (Paul Aspland) and a chickadee must work together to steal food.

Owd Bob (1998)

Bitter Adam McAdam (James Cromwell) lives on a small farm on the Isle of Man, taking pleasure only in his annual victory at the local sheepherding competition. Adam has long hated his neighbor and rival, Keith (Colm Meaney), and keeps to himself, with only his dogs for company. His solitary existence ends when his estranged daughter dies in a car crash, and he's left in charge of his grandson, David (Dylan Provencher). But when David falls in love with Keith's daughter, Adam becomes furious.

The Big Rock (1969)

A young man from a rural village turns to a life of crime to buy his wife what she wants.

Speaking in Strings (1999)

Documentarian and long-time friend Paola di Florio profiles legendary violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, a hot-headed chain smoker and possible alcoholic, through a series of interviews and performances. Nadja's offstage persona confuses audiences, while at the same time her onstage virtuosity and unconventional interpretations of the classical violin repertoire amazes them. Outspoken, brash and controversial, Nadja struggles with depression and reflects on a life saved by music.

I'm Still Alive (1940)

A Hollywood stuntman (Kent Taylor) refuses to quit, not even for his wife (Linda Hayes).

Dale (2007)

Interviews and archival footage tell the story of legendary NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt.

The Blue Tooth Virgin (2008)

Two writers have to re-evaluate their motivation.

A River of Skulls (2014)

Eula fends for herself after her mother dies amid the 1870s Gold Rush. With few people she can trust, Eula tags along with an outcast searching for his bandit father and quickly realizes that the world is more dangerous than she had imagined.