First Graders (1984)
First Graders is a 1984 Iranian documentary feature film directed by Abbas Kiarostami, in which a hidden camera follows a group of first graders during a day at school.
Ride in a Pink Car (1974)
A Vietnam veteran (Glenn Corbett) comes home to hostility in the South.
Tragedy: The Story of Queensbridge (2006)
Tragedy: The Story of Queensbridge is a 2005 documentary film directed by Booker Sim for Juju Films. The film documents the streets of the Queensbridge Housing Projects of New York City, following the issues and struggles of Tragedy Khadafi aka Intelligent Hoodlum. Queens rappers Havoc, Prodigy (both from the group Mobb Deep), Capone and N.O.R.E. (both from Capone-N-Noreaga), as well as producer Marley Marl among others appeared in the film.
Three groups plan to rob one bank -- at the same time.
Sumuru or Sax Rohmer's Sumuru is a 2003 pulp SF film directed by Darrell Roodt and starring Alexandra Kamp and Michael Shanks. It is an update of the character Sumuru created by pulp novelist Sax Rohmer.
A young Uruguayan poet feels both entranced and terrified by the pleasures of writing.
Ciencias naturales (2014)
A girl starts to become a woman and feels a need to discover her true identity.
When I Came Home (2006)
When I Came Home is a 2006 documentary directed by Dan Lohaus about homeless veterans in the United States - from those who served in Vietnam to those returning from the Iraq War. The film won the "New York Loves Film Best Documentary" Award at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival.
The Last Light (2011)
Don’t be afraid of the dark. Be afraid of what is in the dark. Handy man Rob is hired to brick up an abandoned mansion along the Irish coast. But Rob feels he's not alone. Is it kids playing a joke? Or a force that does not wish to be disturbed.
Bai cu shi fu kou cu tou (1979)
A street bully sends his followers against the martial-arts student who offended him.
Cosmic Psychos: Blokes You Can Trust (2013)
The musical career of Australian band the Cosmic Psychos.
The heir of the royal family takes over the legacy and riches after his father's demise; but his uncles are after his money and they plot to get him killed.
Sweet Dreams (2012)
Sweet Dreams is a 2012 documentary film about the Rwandan women's drumming troupe Ingoma Nshya, which was founded in 2005 by playwright Odile "Kiki" Katese with women from both sides of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide. The drumming troupe's success then led to the opening of an ice cream store in 2010, which also brings together people from both sides of the genocide. The documentary was co-directed by siblings Lisa Fruchtman and Rob Fruchtman; Lisa Fruchtman had learned of the troupe and the plans for the shop from Katese in 2009.
Journey to the Christmas Star (2012)
A girl begins a hazardous journey to find the Christmas star and free a kingdom from a curse.
Another Woman's Face (2013)
Following an accident, a woman (Laura Chiatti) hopes plastic surgery will allow her to keep her job as a television host.
Drink Me (2015)
James and Andy, a sexy gay couple, seem to have everything they ever dreamed of…but things are about to change. Andy loses his job and they take in a handsome stranger called Sebastian. Nightmares come to life as Andy realizes that Sebastian is hiding a dark secret. Could Sebastian be the killer stalking the streets of their neighborhood? A classically sexy thriller- with a delicious vampiric touch, DRINK ME is a highly erotic and exciting film.
Heatseeker is a science fiction-martial arts film by Albert Pyun. The film stars Keith Cooke as the lead actor and co-stars Norbert Weisser, Thom Mathews and Tim Thomerson.
Kshana Kshanam (1991)
Kshana Kshanam is a 1991 Indian road movie written and directed by Ram Gopal Varma. The Telugu language neo-noir film Starred Venkatesh, Sridevi and Paresh Rawal in the lead roles. The sound track and background score composed by M. M. Keeravani received rave reviews. The Comedy thriller film is one of the highest rated Telugu films on the Internet Movie Database. The narrative by Ram Gopal Varma, and the cinematography by S. Gopala Reddy, received positive reviews. It was dubbed in Tamil as Ennamo Nadakkudhu.
Trader Horn (1973)
Trader Horn is a 1973 film starring Rod Taylor as the African adventurer Trader Horn, whose life had been previously dramatised in a 1931 film.
The film was shot on the MGM backlot in Los Angeles, and ignores the plot of the 1931 film about the discovery of a white jungle queen. The new story is written to use stock footage from King Solomon's Mines (1950), and Mogambo (1953). Rod Taylor felt, with the end of the Vietnam War, the time was right for old fashioned hero movies to make a come back.
Stephanie in the Water (2014)
Professional surfer Stephanie Gilmore reassesses her future after a violent turn of events.
An Elephant Called Slowly (1969)
Bill and Ginny are invited by a naturalist friend to take care of his home in Africa while he is away, and they find themselves adopted by three orphan elephants.
Calamity Jane: Wild West Legend (2014)
A filmmaker delves into the largely unknown history of Martha Canary, better known as Calamity Jane.
7 Days in Slow Motion (2009)
A boy finds a video camera and decides to make a film in just seven days.
Supahpahpahlicious is a 2008 Filipino comedy film starring, Vhong Navarro, Kaye Abad, Makisig Morales, Dazey Villegas and Mahal.
Taking Tiger Mountain (1982)
Taking Tiger Mountain is a 1983 American science fiction film directed by Tom Huckabee and Kent Smith, and starring Bill Paxton in one of his earliest on-screen acting roles. Originally conceived as an experimental art film inspired by a novel by Albert Camus's 1942 novel The Stranger and a poem by Smith, the film was initially directed by Smith and shot in Wales. Aside from Paxton, the film's cast is made up of townspeople from the areas in which shooting took place. It was filmed without sound, with the intention of adding dialogue in post-production.
Guardian Angel (1994)
A Los Angeles ex-policewoman (Cynthia Rothrock) protects a businessman (Daniel McVicar) from the same hit woman (Lydie Denier) who killed her partner.
The Shelter (2007)
An Israeli father and his 11-year-old son survive a massive missile attack by seeking refuge in an underground shelter.
On the Rumba River (2007)
Filmmaker Jacques Sasin pays tribute to revered Congolese musician Papa Wendo and documents a 2004 reunion concert featuring many of Wendo's former bandmates.
Dr. Sex (1964)
Dr. Sex is a 1964 American film directed by Ted V. Mikels. The film is also known as Dr. S- in the USA.
A high-profile heist brings four suspicious strangers together in a tense bid to find out who committed the lucrative crime.
The Crucifer of Blood (1991)
Sherlock Holmes (Charlton Heston) and Dr. Watson (Richard Johnson) consider the supernatural on the case of a young lady's (Susannah Harker) missing father.
Buckaroo Sheriff of Texas (1951)
Buckaroo Sheriff of Texas is a 1951 American western film directed by Philip Ford and starring Michael Chapin, Eilene Janssen, and James Bell.
The film's sets were designed by art director Frank Arrigo.
The Burning Dead (2015)
The Burning Dead (also Volcano Zombies) is a 2015 American horror film directed by Rene Perez, written by Jeff Miller and Jason Ancona, and starring Tom Downey and Moniqa Plante.
Filmmaker Carole Laganière explores the various forms of absence and its impact on people's lives.
Look-Out Sister (1947)
Louis Jordan and an all-black cast are featured in this Western satire about a cowboy's efforts to save a dude ranch.
Through the Air (2015)
Through the Air (French title: La résistance de l'air) is a 2015 French-Belgian drama film directed by Fred Grivois. The film concerns an air rifle champion who becomes embroiled in a dangerous plot after accepting a well-paid job offer. The film stars Reda Kateb and Ludivine Sagnier.
Hell Divers (1932)
Hell Divers is a 1932 American film starring Wallace Beery and Clark Gable as a pair of competing chief petty officers in early naval aviation. The film, made with the cooperation of the United States Navy, features considerable footage of flight operations on board the Navy's second aircraft carrier, the USS Saratoga, including dramatic shots of takeoffs and landings filmed from the Curtiss F8C-4 Helldiver dive bombers after which the movie was named. Hell Divers was officially Gable's first "starring" role and filmed before he grew his trademark mustache. Gable had appeared in a minor supporting role in another Beery film, The Secret Six, earlier the same year. For Gable, Hell Divers was not a pleasant experience since he was again billed beneath Beery, an actor he personally disliked. Three years later, Gable would be billed over Beery in the lavish epic China Seas, one of only four films during the sound era in which Beery did not receive top billing. Other actors appearing include Conrad Nagel, Dorothy Jordan, Marjorie Rambeau and Marie Prevost. An uncredited Robert Young appears near the end of the film in a speaking role as Graham, a pilot.
Barnie et ses petites contrariétés (2001)
After finding out about each other, a married man's (Fabrice Luchini) male and female (Marie Gillain) lovers pose as a couple and visit him at home.
Behind the Door of a Secret Girl (2013)
Sammy's best friend helps her escape her dysfunctional life.
A man burned by faith and young girl fleeing her home join and embark on a roller coaster adventure.
A woman's memories of childhood abuse rekindle when she visits the home of her dead grandfather.
The Cool Ones (1967)
Hey, you! Wanna catch the L.A. garage band that first recorded the oft-covered rock essential "Hey Joe?" That would be the Leaves, seen here in a performance of "In the House of Dr. Stone."
The Cool Ones has more cool musical stuff, too. Like Glen Campbell on his way to country/pop renown. Plus "This Town," the song composed by Lee Hazlewood (the film's music supervisor) that would become a Frank Sinatra staple. And the quirky song styling of mid-'60s camp sensation Mrs. Miller.
The film's story spoofs the music industry as it unwinds its loopy tale of a rock kingmaker (Roddy McDowall) and the girl-boy singing duo he plans to rocket to the top of the charts by making them everyone's favorite romantic pair. Tammy TV and film star Debbie Watson plays the duo's starry-eyed ex-go-go dancer, and Gil Peterson portrays the handsome crooner whose career had been flatlining. Also look for an uncredited Teri Garr (Young Frankenstein).
A young woman is pursued relentlessly, and her admirer becomes dangerous.
Citizen is an Indian 2001 Tamil action thriller film written and directed by Saravana Subbiah and produced by S. S. Chakravarthy. The film features Ajith Kumar in four roles with Meena, Vasundhara Das and Nagma playing the supporting roles. The film's score and soundtrack were composed by Deva, and cinematography was handled by Ravi K. Chandran. The film was declared Hit at the box office.
Lockdown, USA (2006)
Officials and activists try to repeal the Rockefeller drug laws.
Panic on the 5:22 (1974)
Three armed men take over a New York club car full of passengers.
Amongst Bees (2015)
People around Bruno begin to disappear.
New Town Original (2005)
A man looking for a better life finds things getting even worse when he meets in a girl.
Dreams and Shadows (2009)
Dreams and Shadows is a 2009 American drama film written and directed by Tamarat Makonnen as his feature film debut, and stars James Russo and Shawn-Caulin Young. The film had its Los Angeles premiere at the American Film Institute in October 2009.
Strange things happen on Martin's 10th birthday.
The Circus Dynasty (2014)
Benny Berdino, the owner of Europe's biggest circus, wants his grandson to marry circus artist Merrylu Casselly and carry on the show.
Dead Frequency (2010)
A vampire radio host (Stephen Mason) suffers from alcoholism and depression.
Harikrishnans is a 1998 Indian Malayalam-language detective comedy film written and directed by Fazil. The film was produced and distributed by Suchitra Mohanlal under the production company Pranavam Arts, starring Mohanlal, Mammootty, and Juhi Chawla along with Innocent, Shamili, Nedumudi Venu, and Kunchacko Boban in other important roles. The film received a great pre-release hype due to the combined screen presence of Mohanlal and Mammootty after a gap of several years. Harikrishnans was the highest-grossing Malayalam film of the year. The film was dubbed in Tamil with same name.
Wolfhound is a 2002 American film. It was shot in Ireland.
Savages Crossing (2011)
In the Outback, rising floodwaters trap several strangers in a roadhouse, and it quickly becomes clear that the threat within the group is more dangerous than the raging water.
5 Hour Friends (2014)
A womanizing golfer (Tom Sizemore) gets a taste of his own medicine when he meets a female lawyer (Kimberlin Brown).
Mahek is an award-winning Indian children's film by writer-director Kranti Kanade.
Invasion is a 1966 low-budget British science fiction film, directed by Alan Bridges for producer Jack Greenwood of Merton Park Studios.
The film was written by Roger Marshall from a storyline by Robert Holmes. Holmes later re-used elements of his storyline in a 1970 Doctor Who serial entitled Spearhead from Space, which introduced Jon Pertwee as the Third Doctor.
Waiting For The Light (1990)
During the Cuban Missile crisis, two children cause an explosion in their neighbor's backyard that leads everyone to believe that a miracle has taken place. As pilgrims flock to the small town, their wild Aunt comes to the children's rescue and helps them carry on the illusion.
Be With Me (2005)
Be with Me is a 2005 Singaporean drama film directed by Eric Khoo. The film is inspired by the life of deaf-and-blind teacher Theresa Poh Lin Chan. It premiered as the Director's Fortnight selection in the 2005 Cannes Film Festival. It was also the official entry from Singapore for the 78th Academy Awards in the foreign language category. In December 2005, the Academy body disqualified the film on grounds that the dialogue is mainly in English. Out of 93 minutes, the film only has two and a half minutes of dialogue. Be with Me is the first film in Singapore to explicitly feature a lesbian relationship.
A web of intrigue and conspiracy lies beneath the euphoria as the U.S. is about to put a man on the moon for the first time in over thirty years.
So This Is Washington (1943)
So This Is Washington is a 1943 American film directed by Ray McCarey starring Chester Lauck. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Sound (James L. Fields). It is also known as Dollar A Year Man.
When the posh townie mother of an eccentric bachelor dairy farmer is found dead, members of the family return to the run down family home ostensibly to grieve, but in reality to argue over the inheritance.
The Authentic Trial of Carl Emmanuel Jung (1967)
The imaginary trial of a fake war criminal.
Alex, finds himself lying on the floor of his apartment with no memory of anything about him or anyone/anything else. He will try to find out how this happened to him with help from his girlfriend MIA. While two guys JACK and MAX, are chasing him for some reason. Alex doesn't remember anything, but sooner or later everything will be revealed.
Man In The Street (2013)
Kuda is hired by a reality TV show to defend a house for six months against intruders. Problems arise when he is forced to kill one of the attackers and the killing is heralded by the public.
An Indian-American man (Ajay Naidu) falls in with a group of smalltime gangsters while trying to support his mentally ill brother.
La nuit claire (1979)
Julien searches for Anne in a modern retelling of the Orpheus and Eurydice myth.
By The Sword (1991)
By the Sword is a 1991 American sports action film starring F. Murray Abraham and Eric Roberts as world-class fencers. Directed by Jeremy Paul Kagan, this is the first feature film about fencing. Although some reviews of its 1993 U.S. theatrical release noted favorably the lead acting and action sequences, the screenplay was considered "terrible".
The Night the City Screamed (1980)
Politicians, citizens, the mayor (Raymond Burr) and the police captain (Don Meredith) respond to a big-city blackout.
American Songwriter (2012)
The story of songwriter Danny Darst, from his struggles as a poor youth to his ultimate redemption.
The Lonely Trail (1936)
The Lonely Trail is a 1936 American Western film starring John Wayne and Ann Rutherford.
Darkest Night (2012)
Darkest Night is a 2012 independent film in the horror film genre, directed by Filipino Noel Tan and written and produced by American Russ Williams. It stars DJ Perry, Anne Gauthier, Issa Litton, and Nic Campos. Its story is set in the Philippines, the mountains of Luzon. A large family gathers for a happy reunion and marriage announcement on Christmas Day at an isolated mansion, only to encounter a series of bizarre, demonic, and tragic events.
The film started shooting on May 2, 2011 and had its U.S. premiere at the Filipino Arts and Cinema (FACINE) International Film Festival in San Francisco on October 20, 2012. At this festival, the film won a special award for Valuable Contribution. Darkest Night received a limited U.S. theatrical release on July 1, 2013 and full video release on July 16. Largely good reviews greeted the film from critics, its festival audience and general audiences alike. The film seeks to build bridges between Asian and American cultures, producing horror with a blend of both.
8 Days (2014)
After sneaking into a party, 16-year-old Amber Stevens disappears. She is forced into the world of sex-trafficking, but her family and community fight to get her back.
The Man from Button Willow (1965)
The Man from Button Willow is a 1965 American animated Western film about the adventures of Justin Eagle, the first U.S. Government Agent. It was released on 3 April 1965 in the United States.
Chakkiligintha is a 2014 Telugu film starring Sumanth Ashwin and Chandini Sreedharan as the lead pair.Yet another debutante director Vema Reddy comes from Sukumar school of direction, so the film creates some sort of curiosity.
The Edge of Quarrel (2000)
Straight edge punk Brian Johansen returns to his hometown after college and becomes disturbed to discover that his straight edge friends and the local punk rockers have become locked in a violent conflict with one another.
The Christmas Season Massacre (2001)
The Christmas Season Massacre is a 2001 horror comedy film written and directed by Jeremy Wallace, and co-written by Eric Stanze.
The Man Who Cried Wolf (1937)
The Man Who Cried Wolf is a 1937 American film directed by Lewis R. Foster to a screenplay by Charles Grayson from Arthur Rohlsfel's story Too Clever to Live. The film featured Lewis Stone, Barbara Read, Tom Brown. The plot concerns an actor preparing for a real murder by confessing to police to murders that he didn't commit.
Brave Miss World (2013)
A woman tries to turn a personal tragedy into global awareness.
States of Grace (2014)
An HIV/AIDS doctor survives a horrific head-on crash on the Golden Gate Bridge and struggles to re-create a meaningful life despite her severe physical disabilities.
The Road to Glory (1936)
The Road to Glory is a 1936 dramatic film depiction of World War I trench warfare in France directed by Howard Hawks, starring Fredric March, Warner Baxter, Lionel Barrymore, and June Lang, and produced by 20th Century Fox.
GODSPEED: The Story of Page Jones (2015)
A racecar driver's continuing recovery from a severe traumatic brain injury.
Return to Ithaca (2014)
Return to Ithaca (French: Retour à Ithaque) is a 2014 comedy-drama film directed by Laurent Cantet. The film premiered at the 71st Venice International Film Festival. It was screened in the Special Presentations section of the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.
Bachelorette's Degree (2016)
A successful publicist, an aspiring lawyer and a seasoned middle school teacher experience the ups and downs of love and friendship.
Filmmaker Michael Glawogger documents the slums of Bombay, Mexico City, Moscow and New York.
Rendu Rellu Naluge (2014)
The lives of two guys become intertwined by a series of tumultuous events.
The Perfect Clown (1925)
The Perfect Clown is a 1925 American silent slapstick comedy motion picture starring Larry Semon and Kate Price. It features an early screen appearance by Oliver Hardy. Directed by Fred C. Newmeyer, the screenplay was written by Thomas J. Crizer, who also wrote the subtitles along with Charlie Saxton.
Candy Apple (2015)
A father and son become consumed by New York's vices and desperation.
The Wisdom of Crocodiles (also released as Immortality) is a 1998 romantic thriller by Po-Chih Leong starring Jude Law. It is based on the book of the same name by Paul Hoffman.
The Life and Death of Tommy Chaos and Stacey Danger (2014)
Dinosaurs invade Earth from outer space, but neither Tommy nor Stacey care, now that they've found each other. They escape the war, but wherever they go, conflict seems to follow.
Children Must Laugh (1936)
Jewish life in Poland before World War II.
The Nut Farm (1935)
Selling out his grocery store and intent upon buying a California nut farm, Bob Bent sees his plans go awry when his wife Helen falls for a "get-rich-through-movie-production" swindle.
Taming of the West (1939)
Bill Elliott stops the evil cattle rustlers, who use up sheriffs like disposable razor blades. Instead of the customary gun battles, Elliott was known for his fisticuffs action and so he uses his knuckles to clean out the bad guys and win the heart of Iris Meredith, who had been the main lady for Charles Starrett in his westerns.
Hi-Life is a 1998 American Christmas romantic comedy film written and directed by Roger Hedden and starring Katrin Cartlidge, Charles Durning, Daryl Hannah, Moira Kelly, Peter Riegert, Campbell Scott and Eric Stoltz.
Three Seats for the 26th (1988)
Three Seats for the 26th (French: Trois places pour le 26) is a 1988 romantic musical film, scripted and directed by Jacques Demy to music by Michel Legrand. Set in Marseille, it shows the singer and actor Yves Montand returning to the city where he grew up and looking up old friends, including his first love Mylène, who had been a whore and is now the wife of a jailed baron. The purpose of his visit is to rehearse a stage musical based on his life, where the female lead he falls in love with is Marion, the daughter Mylène had after they parted.
The Castle (1968)
The Castle (German: Das Schloß) is a 1968 West German film directed by Rudolf Noelte and starring Maximilian Schell, Cordula Trantow, Trudik Daniel and Helmut Qualtinger. It is based on the 1926 eponymous novel by Franz Kafka. The film won two German Film Awards. It was chosen as West Germany's official submission to the 44th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, but did not manage to receive a nomination. It was also listed to compete at the 1968 Cannes Film Festival, but the festival was cancelled due to the events of May 1968 in France.
My Wife's Best Friend (1952)
My Wife's Best Friend is a 1952 comedy film directed by Richard Sale, starring Anne Baxter and Macdonald Carey.
Clowning Around (1991)
Clowning Around is a 1991 Australian family film that was shot on location in Perth, Western Australia and Paris, France. It was based on the novel Clowning Sim by David Martin.
The film was produced by independent film company Barron Entertainment Films in Western Australia and educational film company WonderWorks in the United States, was directed by George Whaley. It was distributed by Australian Broadcasting Corporation. It featured Australian actors such as Clayton Williamson, Noni Hazelhurst, Ernie Dingo, Rebecca Smart, and Jill Perryman, and also featured veteran American actor Van Johnson along with French actor Jean-Michel Dagory. This film also features the first film role for Heath Ledger, who would later appear in Blackrock (1997) with Smart and Candy (2006) with Hazlehurst. Ledger's role appeared in the last ten minutes; he played an orphan clown who closes the film by delivering its final lines. His role was so minor he was not even mentioned in the film's credits. This series was followed up with a sequel entitled Clowning Around 2, which was filmed in 1992.
Damage Done (2008)
A man is thrown into a world of drugs and deceit when he becomes involved with a hitchhiker he picks up on the open road.