Jungle Boy (1996)

Jungle Boy (1998) is a family adventure film produced by Damian Lee, who co-wrote the film with John Lawson, and directed by Allan Goldstein.

La demoiselle sauvage (1991)

The Savage Woman (French: La Demoiselle sauvage) is a Canadian drama film from Quebec, released in 1991. Directed by Léa Pool, the film stars Patricia Tulasne as Marianne, a young Canadian expatriate in Switzerland who escapes into the mountains after being assaulted by her boyfriend, and meets Élysée (Matthias Habich), an engineer camped out for the summer to monitor a hydroelectric dam, with whom she begins a new romance before eventually revealing that she killed her attacker. The film was based on a short story by Swiss writer S. Corinna Bille. The film premiered in August 1991 at the Montreal World Film Festival. It won the award for Best Canadian Film at that festival.

Point of Contact (2006)

After awaking from a 12-year coma, a man (Buddy Dolan) has the ability to see the dead.

The 4th Man (1983)

The Fourth Man (Dutch: De vierde man) is a 1983 Dutch suspense film directed by Paul Verhoeven, based on the novel De vierde man by Gerard Reve. The film stars Jeroen Krabbé and Renée Soutendijk in the lead roles. It was Verhoeven's last film made in the Netherlands before he established himself in Hollywood; he would later return to make 2006's Black Book. The film was selected as the Dutch entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 56th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee. The title refers to Krabbé's position as the fourth man whom Soutendijk seduces, after she presumably has dispatched her first three husbands. The film is sexually explicit and, like many of Verhoeven's other films, shows graphic violence and gore.

The Lords of Magick (1989)

Accused of sorcery, two 10th-century wizards (Jarrett Parker, Mark Gauthier) go to Los Angeles 1,000 years in the future.

Day at the Pool (2012)

Ian Douglass and Eric Fulford shed light on skateboarding's history and question the validity of the 2001 documentary Dog Town and Z-Boys.

The Temptation of St. Tony (2009)

The Temptation of St. Tony (Estonian: Püha Tõnu kiusamine) is a 2009 Estonian film written and directed by Veiko Õunpuu, starring Taavi Eelmaa. The plot has been described as a black comedy and centers around a successful, middle aged man who becomes interested in questions about morality. The film was a co-production between companies from Estonia, Sweden and Finland.

Stay as You Are (1978)

Stay as You Are (Italian: Così come sei), also known as Stay the Way You Are, is a 1978 Italian–Spanish erotic drama film, directed by Alberto Lattuada, starring Nastassja Kinski, Marcello Mastroianni, Barbara De Rossi, and Ania Pieroni. It follows the May–December romance between a vivacious young coed and a middle-aged professional who is unhappy in his marriage. New Line Cinema gave the film a limited theatrical release in the United States on 21 December 1979. The film was scheduled for release by Cult Epics in May 2015 on DVD and Blu-ray.

Triple Impact (1992)

Kickboxing con artists (Dale Cook, Ron Hall) go in search of a valuable golden Buddha.

Tydzien z zycia mezczyzny (1999)

A lawyer (Jerzy Stuhr) begins his week with good intentions but ends up committing crimes similar to those of people he prosecutes.

Belle of Old Mexico (1950)

Belle of Old Mexico is a 1950 Trucolor comedy film directed by Robert G. Springsteen starring Estelita Rodriguez, Robert Rockwell and Dorothy Patrick. The film was successful at the box office, impressing the bosses at Republic Pictures who believed that Rodriguez could be turned into a star similar to Lupe Velez.

Lightnin' in the Forest (1948)

Lightnin' in the Forest is a 1948 American comedy film directed by George Blair and written by John K. Butler. The film stars Lynne Roberts, Don "Red" Barry, Warren Douglas, Lorna Gray, Lucien Littlefield and Claire Du Brey. The film was released on March 25, 1948, by Republic Pictures.

Nightmaster (1987)

Watch the Shadows Dance, also known as Nightmaster, is a 1987 film directed by Mark Joffe and starring Tom Jennings, Nicole Kidman, Joanne Samuel, and Sean Garlick.

Wildest Dreams (1990)

A genie (Heidi Paine) in a bikini grants a nerd's (James Davies) wish for true love, by offering him a selection.

Quiet Thunder (1988)

A bush pilot (Wayne Crawford) and a U.S. senator's wife (June Chadwick) flee after witnessing an assassination in Africa.

Survival Prayer (2013)

Filmmaker Benjamin Green explores the power of food, nature and culture.

Mundane History (2009)

Mundane History is a 2009 film by the Thai film-maker Anocha Suwichakornpong. She wrote, co-produced and directed the film. It is described as “one of the most startling and original feature debuts of recent years", and received its world premiere on 10 October 2009 at the 14th Busan International Film Festival in South Korea. It was the first Thai film to receive the country's most restrictive viewing rating, due to a scene of full-frontal male nudity and masturbation.

Wild Guitar (1962)

Wild Guitar is a 1962 musical drama film starring Arch Hall Jr., Arch Hall, Sr. (credited as William Watters), Ray Dennis Steckler (credited as Cash Flagg), and Nancy Czar. The movie was directed by Ray Dennis Steckler and was produced by Arch Hall, Sr. The film was targeted towards the drive-in market, and is generally regarded as a B-movie, but has become infamous as part of a series of films made by Arch Hall, Sr. which starred his son, Arch Hall, Jr.

Sign of the Wolf (1941)

Two German shepherds and their mistress (Grace Bradley) crash-land in Canada by a fox breeder's (Michael Whalen) farm.

Agadez, the Music and the Rebellion (2010)

Omara, a Tuareg nomad and musician, returns to Agadez after living in exile to perform a concert.

La Maladie de Sachs (1999)

Sachs' Disease (original title: La Maladie de Sachs) is a 1999 French drama film directed by Michel Deville from a novel by Martin Winckler. It won the French Syndicate of Cinema Critics Prix Méliès, and received César nominations for Best Actor, Best Director and Best Writing.

How to Operate Behind Enemy Lines (1943)

Undercover, also known as Undercover: How to Operate Behind Enemy Lines and How to Operate Behind Enemy Lines, is a 1943 Office of Strategic Services training film, directed by and featuring John Ford. It was edited by Ford's longtime collaborator Robert Parrish.Undercover was Ford's only sound film acting role, and was the first film ever produced by an intelligence service to train its agents. The film, which is in the public domain, is now widely available online since it was declassified after the war, and it often goes unmentioned in Ford filmographies.

10 (1979)

10 is a 1979 romantic comedy film written, produced and directed by Blake Edwards, and starring Dudley Moore, Julie Andrews, Robert Webber, and Bo Derek in her first major film appearance. Considered a trend-setting film at the time, and one of the year's biggest box office hits, the film made superstars of Moore and Derek. It follows a man who in middle age becomes infatuated with a young woman he has never met, leading to a comic chase and an encounter in Mexico. The title refers to her physical attractiveness being "a perfect 10", on a rating scale of 1 to 10 (such ratings were popularized after the first perfect 10 gymnastics score was awarded to Nadia Comăneci at the 1976 Olympics).

Stormy Night (2005)

Arashi no Yoru ni (あらしのよるに, lit. One Stormy Night) is the first in a series of children's books authored by Yūichi Kimura and illustrated by Hiroshi Abe. In 1995, the book won the 26th Kōdansha Literature Culture Award and the 42nd Sankei Children's Literature Culture Award.

Les voleurs d'enfance (2005)

Filmmaker Paul Arcand examines perpetrators of child abuse and the victims.

Armi Alive! (2015)

Armi elää! is a 2015 Finnish drama film directed by Jörn Donner. The film is based on the life of Finnish entrepreneur Armi Ratia through years 1949–1968 when she founded the textile and clothing company Marimekko and led it to international success. Written in a form of metafiction, the film follows a theatre group preparing a play of Ratia. In March 2016 the film received two Jussi Awards, for screenplay by Karoliina Lindgren and scenic design by Otso Linnalaakso.

Metroland (1997)

Metroland is a 1997 British comedy-drama film directed by Philip Saville and starring Christian Bale and Emily Watson. Written by Adrian Hodges, based on the novel Metroland by Julian Barnes, the film is about a man whose calm and predictable life is disrupted by the sudden reappearance after ten years of his best friend, which leads him to remember his carefree youth in Paris, to question some of his lifestyle decisions, and to re-evaluate his life and marriage. Mark Knopfler wrote the score and produced the Metroland soundtrack, which is supplemented by some additional tracks appropriate to the period depicted in the film. The executive producer Andrew Bendel and director Philip Saville needed three songs from the punk era to be included in the live band scenes played by a fictitious group called The Subverts. Danny de Matos and Del Bartle were asked to write the songs to be included in the film. These three particular songs featured in the film (although not included on the Polygram soundtrack) "Amerikkka We Hate You", "Destroy the Hoi Polloi" and "You Destiny" were also produced by Danny de Matos.

Saxophone Colossus (1998)

Combining concert footage with candid interviews, director Robert Mugge's look into the life of famed jazz musician Sonny Rollins follows him from New York City to Tokyo for his many performances. Rollins, known for his improvisational skills on the saxophone, speaks about his career and is also featured playing with the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra in Tokyo. Archival footage and interviews with his wife and several jazz critics flesh out the portrait of this jazz icon.

To the Last Man (1933)

To the Last Man is a 1933 American Pre-Code Western film starring Randolph Scott and Esther Ralston, which was and directed by Henry Hathaway from a screenplay by Jack Cunningham based on a story by Zane Grey. The Paramount property was previously made as a silent film, Victor Fleming's 1923 film version of the same title. The supporting cast of Hathaway's version features Jack La Rue, Buster Crabbe, Barton MacLane, Noah Beery, Sr., Shirley Temple, Fuzzy Knight, Gail Patrick and John Carradine. Child actors Delmar Watson and Shirley Temple were praised by Variety (Edwards, 41). The film was reissued under the title Law of Vengeance.

Stranger By Night (1994)

Stranger by Night is a 1994 action film starring Steven Bauer, Jennifer Rubin and William Katt. It was directed by Gregory Dark. The film was released on November 23, 1994.

The International (2006)

The International (Turkish: Beynelmilel) is a 2006 Turkish comedy-drama film, directed by Muharrem Gülmez and Sırrı Süreyya Önder, about a group of local musicians preparing to play at a large military parade in a small town near Adana, Turkey. The film, which went on general release across Turkey on December 29, 2006 (2006-12-29), won awards at film festivals in Adana, Ankara, Istanbul and Thessalonika. It was also entered into the 29th Moscow International Film Festival.

Women Of Valor (1986)

Women of Valor is a 1986 American made-for-television war drama film about World War II directed by Buzz Kulik and starring Susan Sarandon and Kristy McNichol. It premiered on CBS on November 23, 1986 and was released on DVD on March 10, 1998.

And Hope to Die (1972)

And Hope to Die (French: La course du lièvre à travers les champs, Italian: La corsa della lepre attraverso i campi) is a 1972 French-Italian thriller-drama film directed by René Clément and starring Jean-Louis Trintignant and Robert Ryan. It is loosely based on the novel Black Friday by David Goodis.

The Glass Wall (1953)

The Glass Wall is a 1953 American black-and-white drama film noir directed by Maxwell Shane and starring Vittorio Gassman and Gloria Grahame. The film was produced and distributed by Columbia Pictures. The title refers to the design of the tower of United Nations headquarters in New York. It tied with two other films for the Golden Leopard, the top prize at the Locarno International Film Festival, in 1953.

Billy Blazes, Esq. (1919)

A riotous western short.

Don't Talk To Strangers (1994)

Don't Talk to Strangers is a 1994 Made-for-TV psychological thriller film. It was directed by Robert Lewis and starred Pierce Brosnan.

The Sword Stained with Royal Blood (1981)

Sword Stained with Royal Blood is a 1981 Hong Kong film produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio, directed by Chang Cheh and starring the Venom Mob. The film was based on the novel of the same name by Louis Cha. The film was one of the rarest Venom martial arts film available, and has been digitally remastered and released by Celestial Pictures.

Am Ende kommen Touristen (2007)

And Along Come Tourists is a 2007 German dramatic film that was written and directed by Robert Thalheim. The principal characters are a young German doing civilian service at the former German Auschwitz concentration camp and an elderly camp survivor living there. Thalheim himself did his civilian service (Zivildienst) at the International Youth Meeting Center in Oświęcim/Auschwitz in 1996–1997, and portions of the film were shot at the Center and in the nearby town of Oświęcim, Poland. Filming was not permitted at the site of the concentration camp itself, where more than one million persons had been murdered by the end of the Second World War in 1945. The film's title in German, Am Ende kommen Touristen, is taken from a volume of poetry published by Björn Kuhligk in 2000. The principal performers are Alexander Fehling as Sven Lehnert and Ryszard Ronczewski as the survivor Stanislaw Krzemiński. Barbara Wysocka plays Ania Łanuszewskaa, a young Polish woman from Oświęcim with whom Sven develops a romantic relationship. The film premièred August 16, 2007 in Germany; its North American premiere was September 12, 2007 at the Toronto International Film Festival. In 2010 and 2011 the film was broadcast on German television. In 2007 Bonnie J. Gordon wrote of the film that it is "a quiet triumph ... economically blends modern life's truths, such as the fragility of 20-something love affairs, with universal themes, such as the search for meaning and the human need to expiate guilt." Jürgen Fauth wrote "Without ever resorting to preachiness, Thalheim, who was a Zivi at Auschwitz himself, offers incisive insights into the thorny contradictions and treacherous cross-currents of guilt and memory that turn any kind of exploration of the overbearing past into a minefield." The film was nominated for the German Film Award for Best Feature Film (the "Lola"). Alexander Fehling received the Förderpreis Neues Deutsches Kino (Advancement Prize for New German Cinema) for his performance as Sven. A version of the film was broadcast on German television in 2010 and 2011, for which Robert Thalheim won the Eberhard-Fechner Award . A DVD version of the film was released in Europe in 2008. A region 1 DVD (for North America) has not been released.

Mecánica Mexicana (1995)

A Texan auto mechanic company is expanding its business into Mexico, but it appears that the Mexicans have their own ideas.

Street Days (2010)

Street Days is a 2010 Georgian drama film directed by Levan Koguashvili. The film was selected as the Georgian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards, but didn't make the final shortlist.

Welcome to Woop Woop (1998)

Welcome to Woop Woop is a 1997 Australian comedy film, directed by Stephan Elliott starring Johnathon Schaech and Rod Taylor. The film was based on the novel The Dead Heart by Douglas Kennedy. "Woop Woop" is an Australian colloquialism referring to a fictional location in the middle of nowhere.

Last Scene (2000)

Decades after the death of his film career, an aging ex-movie star returns to the screen as an extra and becomes a young director’s unexpected muse.

Let Fury Have The Hour (2012)

A generation of artists, thinkers and activists use their creativity to respond to the political climate of the 1980s.

Polk County Pot Plane (1977)

Drug smugglers with a four-engine plane escape from a Southern prison and cause trouble.

In the Name of the Law (1949)

In the Name of the Law (or In nome della legge) is a 1949 Italian language mafia drama film directed by Pietro Germi. It Is based on Giuseppe Guido Lo Schiavo's novel Piccola pretura. Federico Fellini co-wrote the script. The style of the film is close to Italian neorealism film movement.

Anarchy in Japan-Suke (1999)

Anarchy in Japansuke original title Anarchy in Japansuke: The Woman Who Comes When Watched is a 1999 Japanese pink film directed by Takahisa Zeze. It won the Silver Prize at the Pink Grand Prix ceremony.

Samson (1961)

Samson is a 1961 film made by Academy Award-winning Polish director Andrzej Wajda that uses art house aesthetics to tell a story about the Holocaust. Wajda's World War II film alludes to the Old Testament story of Samson, who had supernatural physical strength. But unlike the Biblical character, Wajda's Samson has great emotional strength.

Chilly Christmas (2012)

Chilly Christmas is a 2012 direct-to-DVD family comedy film starring C. Thomas Howell, Karan Brar, Brooke Langton and Tom Arnold. In the United Kingdom the film was released under the title A Christmas Tail.

Yoshiwara (1937)

Yoshiwara is a 1937 French drama film directed by Max Ophüls and starring Pierre Richard-Willm, Sessue Hayakawa and Michiko Tanaka. It is based on a novel by Maurice Dekobra. The film is set in the Yoshiwara, the red-light district of Tokyo, in the nineteenth century. It depicts a love triangle between a high-class prostitute, a Russian naval officer and a rickshaw man.

Acts Of Godfrey (2012)

God (Simon Callow), in disguise, meddles in the lives of some conference attendees.

Strutter (2013)

An aspiring rocker loses his girlfriend and his band, but he gains the friendship of a local rock hero.

Picasso and Braque Go to the Movies (2008)

Explores the relationship between fine art and early cinema, especially as seen in the works of cubist artists Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque.

Party Plane (1991)

Stewardesses drop the dress code to pull their airline out of a fiscal nose dive.

The Children Nobody Wanted (1981)

The Children Nobody Wanted is a 1981 American made-for-television drama film based on the true story of child advocate Tom Butterfield (1940–1982), the youngest bachelor to become a legal foster parent in the state of Missouri, and his creation of the Butterfield Ranch.

To Kill with Intrigue (1977)

To Kill with Intrigue is a Kung Fu 1977 Hong Kong action film, directed by Lo Wei. In the movie's plot, Chin Chang Yin leads a gang known as the Killer Bees on a revenge mission to kill Cao Lei's family. However, she kills everyone but Cao Lei and falls in love with him. Jackie mentions, in his book I Am Jackie Chan, how much of the plot is confusing, and he was sure that even the director, Lo Wei, didn't even know what was going on. He has also gone on to express that tensions between himself and the director along with the generally cold weather at the time of filming made for a frustrating experience. The movie was filmed in Korea.

Jean Gentil (2011)

A recently fired Haitian French teacher in Santo Domingo searches for a new job.

Summer Heat (2008)

Summer Heat is a 2008 film directed by Monique van de Ven. Her first feature-length film, it is based on the 2005 book-week giveaway novella by Jan Wolkers. Wolkers, who died while the film was in post-production, also authored the story for van de Ven's first film as an actress, Turkish Delight (1973).

Madame (1961)

Madame Sans-Gêne is a 1961 Spanish-Italian-French film co-production, filmed in Eastmancolor and Technirama, and distributed in the U.S. by Embassy Pictures. The film was directed by Christian-Jaque and adapted from the 1893 play by Victorien Sardou and Émile Moreau. The film stars Sophia Loren and a cast of French and Italian players, including Robert Hossein, Julien Bertheau, Renaud Mary, Léa Gray, Gianrico Tedeschi, and Marina Berti.

Seven Minutes (2009)

Lonely men and women have seven minutes to impress each other through speed dating.

Half of Oscar (2011)

Siblings reunite after their grandfather's death.

Saint Clara (1996)

Saint Clara is a 1996 Israeli film directed by Ari Folman and Ori Sivan. It is based on the novel The Ideas of Saint Clara by Pavel Kohout. The film was selected as the Israeli entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 69th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Mars et Avril (2012)

Mars et Avril (aka Mars & Avril or Mars and April, — "Mars" here referring to planet Mars, and "Avril/April" to the lead female character) is a Canadian science fiction film starring Jacques Languirand, Caroline Dhavernas, Paul Ahmarani and Robert Lepage. The feature film, based on the graphic novels of the same name published by Sid Lee & la Pastèque, is written, produced and directed by Martin Villeneuve. Shot on a very tight budget and with abundant use of green screen, Villeneuve's feature film debut has a significant amount of visual effects. Belgian comic book artist François Schuiten (Les Cités Obscures) is the production designer, former ILM Senior Compositor Carlos Monzon (Avatar, Transformers, Star Trek) worked as VFX supervisor, and Oscar-nominated Benoît Charest (Les Triplettes de Belleville) composed the original score. The film was financed by Telefilm Canada, SODEC, Les Productions du 8e Art and the Harold Greenberg Fund, and is distributed in Canada by Alliance Vivafilm and in the United States by Gaiam. The official trailer on YouTube was released in Quebec theatres and on Alliance Vivafilm's YouTube channel on December 21, 2011. The World premiere took place on July 2, 2012, at the 47th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Czech Republic (the film was selected in the section “Another View” for its unique artistic approach in both form and content). Since then, the film has been screened in many other major cinema events around the globe (see the FESTIVALS section below).

The Catman of Paris (1946)

The Catman of Paris is a 1946 American horror film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Sherman L. Lowe. The film stars Carl Esmond, Lenore Aubert, Adele Mara, Douglass Dumbrille, Gerald Mohr and Fritz Feld. The film was released on April 20, 1946, by Republic Pictures.

Rhino! (1964)

Rhino! is a 1964 American action film directed by Ivan Tors and written by Art Arthur and Arthur Weiss. The film stars Harry Guardino, Shirley Eaton, Robert Culp, Harry Makela and George Korelin. The film was released on May 20, 1964, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

SOS: Summer of Suspense (2008)

Noora, who lives in a small coastal community, finds a packet of drugs while trying to save a seal cub abandoned by its mother.

Forbidden Heaven (1935)

Forbidden Heaven is a 1935 American drama film directed by Reginald Barker and written by Sada Cowan and Jefferson Parker. The film stars Charles Farrell, Charlotte Henry, Beryl Mercer, Fred Walton, Eric Wilton and Phyllis Barry. The film was released on October 5, 1935, by Republic Pictures.

Siberia (1998)

Siberia is a 1998 Dutch comedy film directed by Robert Jan Westdijk about a group of young Dutchmen who systematically rob tourists after having sex. Baywatch star Nicole Eggert has a cameo role in the film. The film was premiered on August 27, 1998 and attracted an attendance of around 54,000.

Me, Me, Me... and the Others (1966)

Me, Me, Me... and the Others (Italian: Io, io, io... e gli altri) is a 1966 Italian comedy film directed by Alessandro Blasetti. For this film Blasetti won the David di Donatello for best director.

Oliver Twist (1982)

Academy Award-winning writer James Goldman gives the immortal character of Dickens’ Oliver Twist a new dimension of realism in this outstanding adaptation. The story of an orphan boy in Victorian London, the film stars GEORGE C. SCOTT, TIM CURRY, CHERIE LUNGHI, TIMOTHY WEST and EILEEN ATKINS.

The Marquise of O (1976)

The Marquise of O (German: Die Marquise von O...) is a 1976 film directed by Éric Rohmer. Set in 1799, it tells the story of the Marquise von O, a virtuous widow, who finds herself pregnant and protests her innocence while possibly deserving to be exiled. The film was inspired by Heinrich von Kleist's 1808 novella Die Marquise von O. The film won the Grand Prix Spécial Prize at the 1976 Cannes Film Festival.

Miss Lulu Bett (1921)

Miss Lulu Bett is a 1921 American silent comedy drama film based on a 1920 play and bestselling novel of the same name by Zona Gale. The screenplay was written by Clara Beranger, and the film was directed by William C. deMille. The play won the 1921 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.In 2001, this film was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.

The Rawhide Terror (1934)

The Rawhide Terror is a 1934 American film directed by Bruce M. Mitchell and Jack Nelson.

Tol'able David (1921)

Tol'able David is a 1921 American silent film based on the Joseph Hergesheimer short story. It was adapted to the screen by Edmund Goulding and directed by Henry King for Inspiration Pictures. They filmed the movie on location in Blue Grass, Virginia during 1921; with some inhabitants in minor roles. A major box office success, the acclaimed film was voted the 1921 Photoplay Magazine Medal of Honor and is seen by critics and film historians as one of the classics of silent film. In 2007, Tol'able David was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress; films selected are judged to be "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

Pizza King (1999)

The son (Ali Kazim) of Middle Eastern immigrants turns to petty crime and drug dealing rather than work his family business.

Love Like Poison (2010)

Love Like Poison (French title: Un poison violent) is a 2010 French drama film directed by Katell Quillévéré and starring Clara Augarde, Lio and Michel Galabru. The film's title is taken from the song "Un poison violent, c'est ça l'amour" by Serge Gainsbourg. It was screened in the Directors' Fortnight section of the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. It won the Prix Jean Vigo in 2010.

Petrina hronia (1985)

A young couple fight for their love and freedom.

Minsaara Kanavu (1997)

A mother superior's nephew (Arvind Swamy) falls in love with a young woman (Kajol) who has intentions of becoming a nun.

Hollywood Barn Dance (1947)

Hollywood Barn Dance is a 1947 American film starring Ernest Tubb. It was based on the CBS radio program of the same name, which was originally hosted by Cottonseed Clark, which, in turn, was a "replacement" for Gene Autry's Melody Ranch radio show, aired while the famed singing cowboy was serving in the Army Air Force during World War II.

Pros and Ex-Cons (2005)

Two ex-cons (Sam Worthington, Steve Bastoni) murder the wrong man and have to correct their error before it is too late.

Mandabi (1968)

Mandabi is a 1968 film written and directed by Ousmane Sembène. The film is based on Sembène's novel The Money-Order. It is the director's first film in his native Wolof language. Since most of the Senegalese population did not understand French, Sembène wanted to create cinema for Wolof speakers. This is the first full-length African language film from West Africa.

Even Angels Eat Beans (1973)

Even Angels Eat Beans (Italian: Anche gli angeli mangiano fagioli) is a 1973 Italian action comedy film written and directed by Enzo Barboni with Giuliano Gemma and Bud Spencer. It was awarded with the Golden Screen Award in 1974. The film produced a sequel in 1974, Charleston (Anche gli angeli tirano di destro), still directed by Enzo Barboni. Spencer refused to reprise his role, and was replaced with Ricky Bruch.

Is It Easy to Be Young? (1986)

Vai viegli būt jaunam? is a Soviet-era Latvian documentary film directed by Juris Podnieks. It was filmed in 1986 with dialog in both Latvian and Russian, and is considered to be among the most controversial movies of its era. It was one of the five winners of the 1987 International Documentary Association awards.

Biohazard (1985)

Biohazard is a 1985 sci-fi horror film directed by Fred Olen Ray and starring Aldo Ray and Angelique Pettyjohn.

The Captain Is a Lady (1940)

The Captain Is a Lady is a 1940 American comedy film directed by Robert B. Sinclair and written by Henry Clark. The film stars Charles Coburn, Beulah Bondi, Virginia Grey, Helen Broderick, Billie Burke and Dan Dailey. The film was released on June 21, 1940, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Voyage of the Yes (1973)

Cal Markwell (Desi Arnaz Jr.) and Orlando B. Parker (Mike Evans) are two California teenagers who, when challenged to sail the 2,600 miles to Hawaii in a tiny sailboat, are courageous and foolhardy enough to accept. The two boys set out expecting adventure and get more than they bargained for. Not only does Mother Nature throw numerous obstacles in their way, but Cal and Orlando themselves turn on each other as well. Ironically, a shark attack repairs their friendship.

Daughter of the Sun (1962)

A local school board is outraged to discover that one of their teachers is a nudist.

Horse Crazy (2001)

Three kids, who hope to capture their own mustang, outsmart a ring of thieves and return a prize stallion to its owner.

Placebo Effect (1999)

The film Placebo Effect is a 1998 American thriller written by Luciano Saber and directed by Alejandro Seri. It features Francesco Quinn, Martin Halacy, and Kirsten Berman. It was released in The United States on 31 January 1998 and won Best Film at the New York Independent Film Festival in 1998.

My New Life (2010)

When Lisa gets caught having an affair with another man, her husband, Rex, dies. She becomes pregnant, and the baby is the reincarnation of Rex, who makes the lives of Lisa and her lover really terrible, as he waits to grow old enough for revenge.

La Marie du port (1950)

La Marie du port (English: Marie of the Port) is a 1950 French romantic drama film directed by Marcel Carné. The screenplay was written by Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes and Jacques Prévert, based on a novel by Georges Simenon. The music score is by Joseph Kosma and the cinematography by Henri Alekan. It was filmed on location in Cherbourg, Normandy, France.

Baikonur (2011)

Iskander, a young man living on the Kazakh steppes, finds French astronaut Julie after her capsule crashes. Julie now has amnesia, but Iskander convinces her they are engaged.

Pleasure Party (1975)

Une partie de plaisir (A Piece of Pleasure) is a 1975 French film directed by Claude Chabrol and starring its screenwriter and longtime Chabrol collaborator Paul Gégauff. In the film, Gégauff plays a writer with a troubled marriage that ends in tragedy. (In 1983, Gégauff was stabbed to death in real life by his second wife.) In this film, his wife is played by his real-life first wife Danièle Gégauff (already divorced when this film was made) and his daughter is played by real life daughter Clemence Gégauff.

King of Comedy (1999)

King of Comedy (Chinese: 喜劇之王) is a 1999 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Lee Lik-chi and Stephen Chow. Unlike Chow's typical mo lei tau films, King of Comedy verges on comedy drama, describing the trials and tribulation that an aspiring actor experiences on his way to stardom. Some commentators say the story is based on Chow's early career, as he started off as a temporary actor, before becoming a successful and popular comedy actor over the course of a decade. The film does retain some of bizarre visual gags Chow is known for, such as Chow's character bleeding from the nose and eyes during a singing number. Jackie Chan plays a cameo role during the film.

Nightmare Alley (2010)

A comic book shows people what is about to happen to them.

Dumbarton Bridge (1999)

A black veteran's (Tom Wright) half-Vietnamese daughter (Esperanza Catubig) arrives unexpectedly at the home he shares with a white girlfriend (Daphne Ashbrook).

Insignificant Other (2002)

Married to a philanderer, a bored housewife (Laura Clifton) also has an affair with her psychiatrist.

Carnival Rock (1957)

Carnival Rock is a 1957 film directed by Roger Corman with musical performances by The Platters, David Houston, Bob Luman and His Shadows, and the Blockbusters.

Tank Malling (1989)

A gritty urban thriller in the European film noir tradition, Beyond Soho follows Tank Malling (Ray Winstone,) a tough-guy reporter framed and imprisoned for perjury. Just released from jail, Malling is assigned to cover the racetrack beat. Amanda Donohue plays Helen Searle, a call girl who shares with Malling her stories of the prevailing corruption. But when Malling takes an interest and starts investigating the wrongdoings, someone begins killing people significant to his story. To make matters worse, no one is willing to publish Malling’s story.

The Wrong Road (1937)

The Wrong Road is a 1937 American film directed by James Cruze. The film is now in the public domain.

Gemini - The Twin Stars (1988)

Two young men (Gene Patrick, Thomas Nock), American and Swiss, meet and go to Greece with a U.S. senator's wife (Aurore Clment), followed by trouble.