Nutcracker (2001)

A renowned therapist with repressed personality and a God complex accepts the challenge of curing a deeply disturbed mental patient, only to find the roles of doctor and patient slowly being reversed.

Against The Law (1997)

Against the Law is a 1997 American action crime drama directed by Jim Wynorski and starring Nick Mancuso, Nancy Allen and Richard Grieco.

Close to You (2010)

A 30-year-old teacher at a private school in Seoul falls in love with a teenage student in one of her night classes.

Grizzly Mountain (1996)

Transported back in time on an Oregon camping trip, two 1990s children (Dylan Haggerty, Nicole Lund) meet a helpful 1870s mountain man (Dan Haggerty).

55 and Older (2013)

Disguised as retirees, a young couple hopes to save money on rent by moving into a 55-and-over community.

How I Got Over (2014)

Formerly homeless women write an original play based on their life experiences.

The Special Need (2013)

Enea, Carlo and Alex find more than they bargained for.

Lioness (2008)

Lioness is a 2008 documentary film directed by Meg McLagan and Daria Sommers about the first members of Team Lioness. This feature-length documentary tells the story of a group of Army servicewomen who went to Iraq as clerks, mechanics and engineers but ended up fighting alongside the Marines in some of the bloodiest battles of the Iraq war. Told through intimate accounts, journal excerpts, archival footage, as well as interviews with military commanders, the film follows five women who were part of an unofficial program called "Team Lioness." The women's candid narratives, coupled with scenes from their lives back home, form a portrait of the emotional and psychological effects of war from a female point of view As the first film to shed light on the hidden narrative of women in combat, Lioness interceded in public dialogues about gender and the military, leading to tangible change in a number of arenas by framing an important but largely invisible issue in meaningful, human terms. The film played an important role in influencing legislation and policy discussions in Congress, the VA, and the Department of Defense and was embraced by a national movement of activists and veteran service organizations working to improve care for the unprecedented influx of women returning from Iraq and Afghanistan into the VA system.

The Perfect Mother (1997)

The Perfect Mother is a 1997 American television film, starring Tyne Daly, Ione Skye, Louis Ferreira, Tuesday Knight and David Cubitt. It was directed by Peter Levin and was first aired at CBS in 1997. The film is based on the true murder of Alexandra Ignatovic.

A Year Ago in Winter (2008)

A Year Ago in Winter (German: Im Winter ein Jahr) is a 2008 German drama film directed by Caroline Link. It is based on the novel Aftermath by American author Scott Campbell, tellings the story of a "complicated family situation". The painting featured in the film was made by the Munich artist Florian Sussmayr. The film score is composed by Niki Reiser. The film was premiered at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival, and its theatrical release was on 13 November 2008.

Sunset Pass (1946)

Sunset Pass is a 1946 American western film directed by William Berke from a screenplay by Norman Houston, based upon the novel of the same name by Zane Grey. The film stars James Warren, Nan Leslie, John Laurenz, Jane Greer, Robert Barrat, Harry Woods, Robert Clarke, Steve Brodie, and Harry Harvey.

Convicted (1938)

Convicted is a 1938 American/Canadian action film, directed by Leon Barsha. It stars Charles Quigley, Rita Hayworth, and Marc Lawrence. Rita Hayworth was only 19 and on the verge of Hollywood stardom when she made this routine crime drama about tracking down the killer who framed her brother (Edgar Edwards). This is the last of the Quota Quickies made for the British market by producer Kenneth J. Bishop in Victoria, B.C. from 1933–37.

Psycho (1998)

Hoping for a fresh start with her broke boyfriend, Marion (Anne Heche) steals a huge sum from her boss and skips town, eventually stopping at a remote motel. There, she's served by the intensely awkward yet docile Norman Bates (Vince Vaughn), whom she often hears arguing with his domineering mother. But later that night, Marion is brutally slain, and Norman finds and hides the body. When a detective and Marion's sister visit the motel to investigate, they uncover shocking truths.

The Weapon (1956)

The Weapon is a 1956 British thriller film directed by Val Guest. It was made by Republic Pictures. Its themes were originally explored in the 1951 British film, The Yellow Balloon.

Cha-Cha-Cha Boom! (1956)

Cha-Cha-Cha Boom! is a 1956 American musical film starring Dámaso Pérez Prado, Stephen Dunne, the Mary Kaye Trio, Helen Grayco, Luis Arcaraz and his Orchestra, Lucerto Bárcenas, and Manny López and his Orchestra. It was produced by Sam Katzman for Columbia Pictures and directed by Fred F. Sears. Filming started 14 May 1956. It was also known as Cha Cha Cha.

Neon (2016)

NEON celebrates the beauty, colour and vibrant history of the neon sign from an International perspective as we face a world where it will soon be lost and superceded by L.E.D. signage. Neon is 100 years old and the craft and construction has changed very little, making neon one the greenest forms of light ever produced and an amazing and enduring force of colour and light in the visual landscapes of our lives.

Underground P.D. (2004)

An elite team of detectives assigned to capture the city's most violent felons gets unwanted help from a stranger that is apprehending them first. Now they have the felons and this stranger to catch, that takes them on the chase of civil arrests to murder.

Facing Your Danger (1946)

Facing Your Danger is a 1946 American short film. The cameraman was amateur filmmaker Edwin E. Olsen. Using a Cine-Kodak and 16mm Kodachrome film, Olsen shot the film in 1942 on a Grand Canyon river trip conducted by Norman Nevills. Another amateur cameraman on the trip was Otis R. Marston. When Olsen ran out of film, Marston, who had brought 6,000 feet of Kodachrome magazines, provided Olsen with what he needed. Olsen edited the film and sold it to Warner Brothers in 1946. Lee Anthony and Gordon Hollingshead collaborated to re-edit and shorten the film to a one reel for theater release.

Hellraiser: Deader (2005)

Hellraiser: Deader is the seventh installment in the Hellraiser series, directed by Rick Bota. The original script was written by Neal Marshall Stevens who also wrote the script for the 2001 remake of Thirteen Ghosts. However, like the previous two entries in the series, Hellraiser: Inferno and Hellraiser: Hellseeker it began as an unrelated horror spec script, which was rewritten as a Hellraiser film. Like Inferno, Clive Barker did not even have a cursory involvement in the production of Deader. Deader was filmed on location in Romania in 2003. It saw only a handful of isolated preview screenings in the following years before finally being released straight to video in the United States on June 7, 2005.

The Stranger Beside Me (2003)

While working at a Seattle clinic for women in the 1970s, Ann Rule (Barbara Hershey) becomes friends with Ted Bundy (Billy Campbell).

The Rockford Files: Friends and Foul Play (1996)

Private detective Rockford (James Garner) is investigating the murder of a waitress' son, when she too is killed.

Sweaty Betty (2016)

Two teenage fathers scheming to make better lives for themselves are presented with an unexpected opportunity when a 1,000 pound pig, raised in a backyard, begins to draw attention.

Oh Yeah, She Performs! (2012)

Four incredible women pursue the same dream of making a living from their music.

Stressed to Kill (2016)

After suffering a heart attack, a man takes his doctor's advice literally to eliminate the stress from his life. The plan is working until his killings attract the attention of a psychotic cop, who isn't sure whether he wants to arrest or join him.

The Picture of Dorian Gray (1973)

Not long after having his portrait painted by the artist Basil Hallward (Charles Aidman), handsome Dorian Gray (Shane Briant) meets Lord Harry Wotton (Nigel Davenport) and falls under his influence. A radical libertine, Wotton encourages the boy to indulge every hedonistic impulse, and soon Dorian becomes notorious for his debauchery. Looking at his own portrait one day, he fancifully wishes that it might age rather than he -- and, miraculously, gets his wish.

Bloodbrothers (1978)

Life goes on for handsome 19-year-old Stony de Coco of The Bronx. Girls and dancing in the evening. A union job with good pay in the day. But what Stony (Richard Gere) doesn’t know is where his life is going. Robert Mulligan (To Kill a Mockingbird) directs a tough yet tender slice-of-life rich in great characters, deep feelings and performances crystallizing the love/hate duality of family life. Stony loves his younger brother (Michael Hershewe), but can’t stop his unbalanced mother (Lelia Goldoni) from terrorizing the boy into illness. He’s started to explore life’s possibilities, but hasn’t the heart to reject the career his aggressive father (Tony Lo Bianco) wants for him. Paul Sorvino plays an uncle who loves Stony like a son. And Marilu Henner is an understanding pal encouraging Stony to take a stand. Once he does, Stony’s triumph is ours.

Viva Viva (2012)

Two generations from the slums to the city center of São Paulo shape global culture.

Tricks (2007)

Tricks, (Polish: Sztuczki) is a 2007 Polish film written, directed and produced by Andrzej Jakimowski starring Damian Ul, Ewelina Walendziak and Tomasz Sapryk. Tricks is Andrzej Jakimowski's follow up to Squint Your Eyes (Zmruz oczy), his 2002 debut.

Cubamerican (2012)

Filmmaker José Enrique Pardo examines causes leading to the exile of millions of Cubans to the United States.

Amelia's 25th (2013)

Amelia begins her 25th birthday by separating from her boyfriend and visiting a psychic for advice, then she begins an adventure to find an acting job and love.

Mr. Art Critic (2008)

A harsh art critic learns humility the hard way.

At Sachem Farm (1999)

Ross, a self-absorbed and determined young man, plans to sell off his family's priceless wine collection...

Mongolian Ping Pong (2005)

Mongolian Ping Pong is a 2005 Mongolian language Chinese film written and directed by Chinese director Ning Hao.

The Day of the Beast (1995)

The Day of the Beast (Spanish: El día de la Bestia) is a 1995 Spanish black comedy horror action film co-written and directed by Álex de la Iglesia and starring Álex Angulo, Armando De Razza and Santiago Segura. Both Maria Grazia Cucinotta and El Gran Wyoming have small roles in the film as well.

Son of Cain (2013)

Son of Cain is a 2013 Spanish psychological thriller film directed by Jesús Monllaó and starring José Coronado and David Solans. It is based on the novel Dear Cain by Ignacio Garcia-Valino. It is also Monllaó's directorial debut.

Adam's Woman (1970)

Adam's Woman is a 1970 Australian-American historical drama film directed by Philip Leacock and starring Beau Bridges, Jane Merrow and John Mills.

Interview with a Serial Killer (2008)

A London serial killer (Peter Firth) who works as a dentist wants an author (Harriet Robinson) to write his life story.

All American High Revisited (2014)

The original subjects of "All American High" return to look back at the chapter of their lives made famous in 1984.

Starlight Hotel (1987)

A 13-year-old runaway (Greer Robson) hits the road with a wanted man (Peter Phelps) to find her father in 1930 New Zealand.

Szatan z siódmej klasy (1960)

Satan from the Seventh Grade (Polish: Szatan z siódmej klasy) is a 1960 Polish romance film directed by Maria Kaniewska. It is based on novel Satan from the Seventh Grade.

Night Ride Home (1999)

Neal (Keith Carradine) and Nora (Rebecca De Mornay) are married, but distant with each other. The couple focus all their attention and love on their son, Simon (Jordan Brower), and daughter, Clea (Thora Birch). When Simon dies suddenly in a tragic horseback-riding accident, Nora takes the death especially hard and falls into a deep depression. With the help of Nora's mother, Maggie (Ellen Burstyn), Neal attempts to reconnect with his wife and save his family.

The Saracen Blade (1954)

Based on the book of the same name by Frank Yerby. Pietro is an orphan who is raised by a family friend in 15th century Italy. When the friend is killed by the same nasty baron who murdered Pietro's father as he led the peasants in revolt against the baron's tyranny, Pietro vows vengeance against the entire family. This will prove difficult, since he's been in love with the daughter of the nasty baron since he was a child and wants to marry her.

Bunker 6 (2013)

Bunker 6 is a Canadian psychological thriller film set in an alternate timeline in which a nuclear holocaust takes place during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Most of the film's action is set a decade later, inside a very large fallout shelter, in which a group of survivors are faced with the dilemma of continuing life in the shelter or facing the uncertainty of life in a world contaminated by radiation. Theatrically released, the film was also destined for television and "direct-to-video" release. Directed by Canadian writer and director Greg Jackson, in his first feature film, it stars Andrea Lee Norwood and Molly Dunsworth. The supporting cast includes Jim Fowler, Glen Matthews and Shelley Thompson. The film was shot in an actual fallout shelter in Nova Scotia.

Scrap Wood War (2014)

Best friends Ziggy (Kees Nieuwerf) and Bas (Julian Ras) find themselves on opposing sides for the first time in their lives when they enter a building contest.

Gallant Journey (1946)

Gallant Journey (aka The Great Highway) is a 1946 American historical film written, produced and directed by William A. Wellman and starring Glenn Ford, Janet Blair and Charles Ruggles. The film is a biopic of the early U.S. aviation pioneer John Joseph Montgomery. Gallant Journey depicts his efforts to build and fly gliders, from his childhood through to his death in 1911. The chief stunt pilot for the film was Paul Mantz.

Path (2015)

Ana and her friends help an injured woman and are kidnapped by a strange family.

Last Hurrah for Chivalry (1979)

Last Hurrah for Chivalry is a 1979 Hong Kong martial arts film written, produced and directed by John Woo, and starring Damian Lau and Wei Pai. The film is a precursor to Woo's heroic bloodshed films. The film was released in the Hong Kong on 11 November 1979.

Together Again (1944)

Together Again (alternate title: A Woman's Privilege) is a 1944 comedy film directed by Charles Vidor. The screenplay was written by F. Hugh Herbert and Virginia Van Upp, based on story by Herbert J. Biberman and Stanley Russell.

Break a Leg (2005)

After losing countless movie roles to more bankable film stars, struggling actor Max Matteo (John Cassini) decides to take matters into his own hands by literally disabling the competition. Wielding the business end of a baseball bat against his actor foes, Matteo seems well on his way to landing the role of a lifetime. But, despite finding success and a pretty girlfriend (Molly Parker), Matteo learns that he must pay the price for his unrestrained ambition.

What's Eating Todd? (2016)

When a birthday boy goes missing from a campout, his friends fear he has been taken by a flesh-eating freak.

In the Presence of a Clown (1997)

In the Presence of a Clown is a television film by Ingmar Bergman, recorded for Swedish television in 1997 with Bergman as a director. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section of the 1998 Cannes Film Festival. It tells the story of a professor named Carl, who has been found guilty of attempted murder and sentenced to treatment in a mental ward. In the hospital he befriends a man named Osvald, and they attempt to make and promote a film.

Night Ripper! (1986)

A maniac stalks and murders models.

The Yen Family (1988)

Kimurake no Hitobito (木村家の人びと) is a 1988 Japanese film directed by Yōjirō Takita. It is also known as The Yen Family in America, as well as Famille Yen in France. It stars Takeshi Kaga and Kaori Momoi. It is a comedy about a family and their obsession for making money.

The Secret Of The Ice Cave (1989)

Alex will do anything to find a long-lost treasure in the jungles of Chile: he'll defy his parents, battle mobsters and even fall in love in this thrilling adventure.

The New Year Parade (2008)

The New Year Parade is a 2008 drama film filmed and directed by Tom Quinn with lighting and audio work by Mark Doyle. The film won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Narrative at the 2008 Slamdance Film Festival and the award for Best Acting Ensemble at the 2008 Ashland Independent Film Festival. At the 2008 BendFilm Festival, Quinn won the award for Best Director, while Jennifer Welsh won the award for Best Supporting Actress. The film was nominated for an IFP Gotham Award in 2008 for "Best Film Not At A Theater Near You" while Quinn and co-Producer Steve Beal were nominated for a 2010 Independent Spirit Award in the John Cassavetes Award section for their work on the film.

Frontier Revenge (1948)

Frontier Revenge is a 1948 American western film written and directed by Ray Taylor and starring Lash LaRue and Al "Fuzzy" St. John. The film is a remake of Ray Taylor's Panamint's Bad Man (1938). Filmed at the Corriganville Movie Ranch, the film is neither set on a frontier nor is any revenge depicted. Extensive footage from this film was reused along with the return of Duce Rago in The Black Lash (1952).

Panic in the City (1968)

Panic in the City is a 1968 American thriller film directed by Eddie Davis and written by Eddie Davis and Charles E. Savage. The film is about nuclear weapons set and filmed on location in Los Angeles in 1967. The film stars Howard Duff, Linda Cristal, Stephen McNally, Nehemiah Persoff, Anne Jeffreys, Oscar Beregi, Jr. and Gregory Morton. The film was released in October 1968.

Demon (2015)

Demon is a 2015 Polish drama film directed by Marcin Wrona. It was shown in the Vanguard section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.

Apache Warrior (1957)

Apache Warrior is a 1957 American Western film directed by Elmo Williams and written by Carroll Young, Kurt Neumann and Eric Norden. The film stars Keith Larsen, Jim Davis, Rodolfo Acosta, John Miljan, Damian O'Flynn and George Keymas. The film was released on July 1, 1957, by 20th Century Fox.

City Hunter: The Motion Picture (1997)

When a mysterious soldier known only as the Professor takes his revenge on the Japanese government, havoc is wreaked throughout Tokyo, until the government pays a ransom.

Uski Roti (1969)

Uski Roti is a 1969 Hindi film directed by Mani Kaul. It was Kaul's first feature film, based on a short story of the same name by Mohan Rakesh, who also wrote the dialogue for the film. The film won the 1970 Filmfare Critics Award for Best Movie, and is considered a seminal work of the Indian New Wave.

Baker County, U.S.A. (1982)

Trapped (also known as Baker County, U.S.A. and The Killer Instinct) is a 1982 Canadian-American thriller-horror film directed by William Fruet and starring Henry Silva.

In From The Night (2006)

In From the Night (2006) is a Hallmark Channel film.

Grosshouse (2015)

Marty, a trouble nerd, lives with his abusive mother, a prostitute who murders her clients. When she threatens to pull him away from his sister, Marty decides she's gone too far, and it's time to stand up for himself.

The Capture (1950)

The Capture is a 1950 thriller film noir directed by John Sturges, starring Lew Ayres, Teresa Wright, Victor Jory and Jacqueline White. The story, told in flashback deals with an ex-oil worker driven by guilt at causing the death of an innocent man to find out the truth about a robbery.

It Felt Like Love (2013)

In this unflinchingly honest and refreshingly unsentimental coming-of-age story, 14-year-old Lila (Gina Piersanti, in a remarkable debut) spends a languid South Brooklyn summer playing third wheel to her promiscuous friend Chiara and Chiara's boyfriend Patrick. Eager for her own sexual awakening, Lila gamely decides to pursue the older, thuggish Sammy, rumored to sleep with anyone. But as Lila's overt advances unmask her inexperience and quiet desperation, she is quickly pushed into frightening and unwelcome new territory.

Deadman Apocalypse (2016)

Deadman Apocalypse is a 2016 science fiction film.

The Stepford Husbands (1996)

The Stepford Husbands is a 1996 American made-for-television thriller-drama film inspired by the Ira Levin novel The Stepford Wives. It was directed by Fred Walton with a screenplay by brothers Ken Wheat and Jim Wheat and starring Donna Mills, Michael Ontkean, Cindy Williams, Sarah Douglas and Louise Fletcher. It is the third in a series of sequels inspired by the 1972 novel and the original 1975 film The Stepford Wives.

Crossing the Dust (2006)

Crossing the Dust is a 2006 film directed by the Kurdish director Shawkat Amin Korki.

House of Shadows (2014)

Megan and her husband travel to Italy to settle his uncle Domenico's will, and Megan starts having frightening dreams and seeing apparitions. She starts investigating the family's background in the village, and discovers a tragic history.

The Revenge Rider (1935)

The Revenge Rider is a 1935 American western film directed by David Selman, which stars Tim McCoy, Robert Allen, and Billie Seward.

TINY: A STORY ABOUT LIVING SMALL (2013)

Christopher Smith and Merete Mueller chronicle their efforts to construct a mobile home that measures only 120 square feet but contains the comforts of larger houses.

Men & Chicken (2015)

Men & Chicken (Danish: Mænd og Høns) is a 2015 Danish comedy film directed by Anders Thomas Jensen. It was shown in the Vanguard section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. It was one of three films shortlisted by Denmark to be their submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards.

Noseland (2014)

An ode to the world of classical music.

Life With Alex (2011)

Alex, an African gray parrot, is taught English and communicates his feelings.

The Key (2014)

The Key is a 2014 erotic drama film loosely based on Jun'ichirō Tanizaki's novel by the same name. It was released in the United States on November 21, 2014 and was released on DVD on July 16, 2015. Jack and Ida are a disenchanted married couple whose sexual relationship is told through their very own personal journals.

Religion (2007)

Dharm is a 2007 Hindi film directed by Bhavna Talwar and starring Pankaj Kapoor and Supriya Pathak in lead roles. This debut film of the director addresses the theme of communal harmony. Most of it is shot in Varanasi.

Mysterious Creatures (2006)

Mysterious Creatures is a 2006 British Indie drama, directed by David Evans, and starring Timothy Spall, Brenda Blethyn and Rebekah Staton. It is a true story of a married couple struggling to cope with the demands of their daughter who suffers from Aspergers Syndrome.

Diary of a Seducer (1996)

Student Claire (Chiara Mastroianni) lives with her mother, Anne (Daniele Dubroux), and Sebastien (Mathieu Amalric), a young man Claire brought home out of pity who is now trying to seduce them both. At school, Claire meets Gregoire (Melvil Poupaud), who loans her a book by philosopher Soren Kierkegaard that makes the reader attracted to whoever gave it to them. Smitten with Gregoire, Claire passes the book on to her therapist (Hubert Saint-Macary), who then falls in love with her.

Tropical Heat Wave (1952)

Tropical Heat Wave is a 1952 American musical film directed by R.G. Springsteen and starring Estelita Rodriguez, Robert Hutton and Grant Withers.

Three on a Meathook (1972)

An exciting horror movie extensively based on the gruesome deeds of real-life killer Ed Gein. Four girls on their way home from a weekend at the lake find themselves stranded when their car stalls. A nice local boy offers them accommodations at the farm house he shares with his father. Ghastly murder ensues a-la “Psycho” with lots of blood and gratuitous nudity.

Siberian Lady Macbeth (1962)

Siberian Lady Macbeth, also translated as Fury Is a Woman, is a 1962 film directed by Andrzej Wajda, based on the novella Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District by Nikolai Leskov.

Courage Of Black Beauty (1957)

A widowed rancher (John Bryant) gives his son (John Crawford) a foal, which he raises into a beautiful horse.

The Invisible Children (2001)

The Invisible Children (Spanish: Los niños invisibles) is a 2001 Colombian drama film directed by Lisandro Duque Naranjo. It was selected as the Colombian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 75th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

D'Sisters: Nuns Of The Above (1999)

Two brothers always find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time; they are wanted by the authorities as well as goons.

Les bons débarras (1980)

Good Riddance (French: Les Bons débarras) is a 1980 French-language Canadian drama film. Directed by Francis Mankiewicz and written by Réjean Ducharme, the film concerns Manon (Charlotte Laurier), an unstable young girl who lives with her mother Michelle (Marie Tifo) and her alcoholic and intellectually disabled uncle Ti-Guy (Germain Houde). Starting as the first screenplay by the novelist Ducharme, the film was shot by Mankiewicz and cinematographer Michel Brault on a low budget. It debuted at the Berlin International Film Festival and won several Genie Awards, including Best Motion Picture. It was established as a classic Canadian film, with the Toronto International Film Festival repeatedly placing it in the Top 10 Canadian Films of All Time.

No Man's Land (1985)

No Man's Land is a 1985 film directed, written and co-produced by Alain Tanner, about smuggling on the French-Swiss border.

I Am But a Little Woman (2010)

An Inuit mother recreates the arctic landscape in a spectacular wall hanging.

The Key (2008)

When film students shoot a documentary in a crumbling 100-year-old building, a door is opened to a darker dimension, releasing a lethal demon.

The Woman He Loved (1988)

The Woman He Loved is a 1988 British HTV made-for-television romantic drama film for ITV about the abdication of Edward VIII. Directed by Charles Jarrott, it stars Anthony Andrews, Jane Seymour and Olivia de Havilland. Jane Seymour was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film at the 46th Golden Globe Awards and Olivia de Havilland was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie. Costume designer Robin Fraser-Paye was also nominated for Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Costume Design for a Miniseries or a Special. It was partly shot at Shirenewton Hall in Monmouthshire.

Planet Ocean (2012)

Planet Ocean, 2012, is a documentary film on the history of the organisms that live in the ocean, and the relationships they have with each other and with humans. The film's cinematographers are Yann Arthus-Bertrand, who is known for his aerial photography, and Michael Pitiot.

Taking the Plunge (2015)

Aquatic therapist Jeff Krieger creates an aquatic program to help people who are frightened of water learn how to swim.

Cyborg 009: Legend of the Super Galaxy (1980)

The cyborgs reunite to battle Emperor Zoa of the planet Dagas.

Mystery Monsters (1997)

Mystery Monsters is a 1997 film directed by Charles Band.

El otro día (2013)

Filmmaker Ignacio Agüero films people and objects around his home, and is drawn into the layers of Chilean history.

Cyber Wars (2004)

Avatar (Chinese: 流放化身), also known as Matrix Hunter (Japan DVD title & USA video title), Avatar Exile (working title), Cyber Wars (USA DVD title) is a Singaporean science fiction film directed by Kuo Jian Hong. The film was shot in 2001 and released in 2004.

Bell Diamond (1986)

A Vietnam veteran deals with his wife's desertion and the effects of being exposed to Agent Orange.

Tomorrow, the World! (1944)

Tomorrow, the World! is a 1944 black-and-white motion picture starring Fredric March, Betty Field, and Agnes Moorehead, about a young German boy (Skip Homeier) who had been active in the Hitler youth who comes to live with his uncle in the United States, who tries to teach him to reject Nazism. The film, directed by Leslie Fenton, was based on the successful 1943 Broadway play of the same name. The title comes from Hitler's infamous threat: "Today Germany; tomorrow the world."

Net Worth (2000)

Net Worth is a 2000 drama film that starred Todd Field, Craig Sheffer, Daniel Baldwin, Michael T. Weiss, Tara Wood, Ernie Garrett, and Alix Koromzay. It was directed by Kenny Griswold from a script written by Kenny Griswold and Bill Kerig.

Bhet (2002)

Bhet is a 2002 Marathi language film co-produced and directed by Chandrakant Kulkarni. The plot of the movie is based on a mother-son who reunite against all odds, and how egos are defeated by emotions and feelings.