The Dark Angel: Psycho Kickboxer (1998)

World kickboxing champion Curtis Bush stars as an average guy-turned-kickboxing crime fighter who sets out to avenge the murders of his father and loving fiance.

One Desire (1955)

One Desire is a 1955 Technicolor drama romance film directed by Jerry Hopper and starring Anne Baxter, Julie Adams and Rock Hudson. Described as a "rugged story of oil-boom Oklahoma in the early 1900s", it was adapted from Conrad Richter's best-selling 1942 novel Tacey Cromwell. Baxter portrays a gambling house owner, Hudson a card dealer turned bank president and Adams the woman who comes between them. A young Natalie Wood is also in a featured role. Although the music is generally by Frank Skinner, the film features a Henry Mancini song sung by Gene Boyd and backed by the Glenn Miller Orchestra which was uncredited to Mancini.

Sirius Remembered (1959)

Shinsho: shinobi no mono (1966)

The Great Rabbit (2012)

Race Riot (1929)

Race Riot is a 1929 animated short subject, featuring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. The short concerns Oswald trying to convince his horse, Mopey, to run in a horse race and win it. The cartoon is noted for being the first entirely produced and directed by Walter Lantz. It was released by Universal Pictures on September 2, 1929.

Aeroplane Flight and Wreck (Piloted by M. Cody) (1910)

Chelsea Bridge Boys (1965)

I.F. Stone's Weekly (1973)

The Majestic Plastic Bag (2010)

The Playmates (1974)

Rude (1995)

Rude is a 1995 Canadian crime film directed by Clement Virgo. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.

Shut My Big Mouth (1942)

Shut My Big Mouth is a 1942 American comedy film directed by Charles Barton and written by Oliver Drake, Karen DeWolf and Francis Martin. The film stars Joe E. Brown, Adele Mara, Victor Jory, Fritz Feld, Don Beddoe, and Will Wright. The film was released on February 19, 1942, by Columbia Pictures.

The Rainmakers (1935)

The Rainmakers is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Fred Guiol from a screenplay by Grant Garrett and Leslie Goodwins, based on a story by Guiol and Albert Traynor. RKO Radio Pictures released the film on October 25, 1935, starring the comedy team of Wheeler & Woolsey (Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey) and Dorothy Lee.

Wakaranai: Where Are You? (2009)

After giving his late mother a makeshift funeral, a teen (Yuto Kobayashi) goes in search of his absentee father (Masahiro Kobayashi).

The Human Shield (1991)

The Human Shield is a 1991 American film directed by Ted Post and written by Mann Rubin. It stars Michael Dudikoff and Tommy Hinkley. It is about a former government agent who must save his diabetic brother from Iraqi abductors.

Floating in Memory (2009)

A shop girl hangs out at the local dance hall and draws the attention of a predatory pimp.

Irene (1940)

Irene (1940) is an American musical film produced and directed by Herbert Wilcox. The screenplay by Alice Duer Miller is based on the book of the 1919 stage musical of the same name by James Montgomery, who had adapted it from his play Irene O'Dare. The score features songs with music by Harry Tierney and lyrics by Joseph McCarthy.

Day One (2015)

Day One is a short film directed and co-written by Henry Hughes with Dawn DeVoe. A woman who is on her first day of working as an interpreter for the United States Army is forced to deliver a baby for the wife of an enemy bomb maker. It was made as a thesis film at the AFI Conservatory.

Trail of Kit Carson (1945)

Trail of Kit Carson is a 1945 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Jack Natteford and Albert DeMond. The film stars Allan Lane, Helen Talbot, Tom London, Twinkle Watts, Roy Barcroft and Kenne Duncan. The film was released on July 11, 1945, by Republic Pictures.

Loving You (1995)

A Hong Kong detective (Ching Wan Lau) has a change of heart after taking a bullet in the head.

What Every Woman Knows (1934)

What Every Woman Knows (1934) is an American romantic comedy film directed by Gregory La Cava and starring Helen Hayes, Brian Aherne and Madge Evans. The film was produced and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and is based on the play What Every Woman Knows (1908) by J. M. Barrie. It was filmed by Paramount back in the silent era in 1921 and starred Lois Wilson. An even earlier British silent version was filmed in 1917. Hayes was familiar with the material as she had starred in a 1926 Broadway revival opposite Kenneth MacKenna.

Flood (1976)

Flood! is a 1976 American made-for-television adventure film directed by Earl Bellamy.

Practically Yours (1944)

Practically Yours is a 1944 comedic film made by Paramount Pictures, directed by Mitchell Leisen, written by Norman Krasna, and starring Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray.

I Loved a Woman (1933)

I Loved a Woman is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama directed by Alfred E. Green, starring Kay Francis, Edward G. Robinson, and Genevieve Tobin.

Jungle Holocaust (1977)

Ultimo mondo cannibale (1977; English: Last Cannibal World, UK theatrical title: Cannibal, also known as Jungle Holocaust) is a cannibal exploitation film directed by Ruggero Deodato, which stars Massimo Foschi, Me Me Lai and Ivan Rassimov. The screenplay was written by Tito Carpi, Gianfranco Clerici and Renzo Genta, and tells the story of a man trying to escape from a jungle island inhabited by a native cannibal tribe. The film was distributed under a confusing number of different titles, such as Cannibal! (UK title) and The Last Survivor (US title), and edits, and is available uncut on DVD from the company Media Blasters, under their "Shriek Show" label. It is the precursor to Deodato's controversial 1980 film Cannibal Holocaust, but was originally slated to be directed by Umberto Lenzi as a follow-up to his prototypical 1972 cannibal film Il paese del sesso selvaggio (Man from Deep River). While not prosecuted for obscenity, the film was seized and confiscated in the UK under Section 3 of the Obscene Publications Act 1959 during the video nasty panic.

Hat Trick (2004)

The 2007 Cricket World Cup serves as the backdrop for a collection of stories.

The Abduction of Saint Anne (1975)

A detective (Robert Wagner) helps a Vatican bishop (E.G. Marshall) sent to certify miracles performed by a mobster's daughter (Kathleen Quinlan).

Manhattan Merengue! (1995)

A down-on-his-luck Latino dancer (George Perez) pursues Broadway stardom while trying to elude INS agents.

What a Blonde (1945)

What a Blonde is a 1945 American screwball comedy film directed by Leslie Goodwins from a screenplay by Charles Roberts based on a story by Oscar Brodney. Released by RKO Radio Pictures on January 27, 1945, the film stars Leon Errol, Richard Lane, Michael St. Angel, and Elaine Riley.

The Great Man (1956)

The Great Man is a 1956 drama film directed by and starring José Ferrer, based on a novel by Al Morgan. It was loosely based on the controversial career of Arthur Godfrey, a beloved TV and radio host whose image had been tarnished by a number of cast firings and Godfrey's contentious battles with the press.

When the light comes (1998)

When the Light Comes (Belgium: Licht, Netherlands: Waar blijft het licht, Germany: Die Stunde des Lichts) is a 1998 German-Dutch /Belgian romantic adventure film drama directed by Stijn Coninx, and starring Francesca Vanthielen, Joachim Król and Rick Engelkes. The film is based on an autobiography of the then 19-year-old student in Amsterdam Heleen van der Laan who spent the winter in Svalbard living with a fur trapper. It was adapted for the screen with the aid of Jean van de Velde. Essentially a love story set in northern Scandinavia, the film has "themes of isolation, forced cohabitation and relationship building between two totally different people in extremely harsh living conditions". The score was composed by Dirk Brossé and the film was produced by Favourite Films and distributed by Concorde Film.

Dream Man (1995)

A detective (Patsy Kensit) who solves crimes using telepathy falls into an affair with a murder suspect (Andrew McCarthy) she is investigating.

Won't Back Down (2014)

From his humble beginnings in his hometown of Sheffield, England, Steve Peat has established himself as one of the worlds most iconic cyclists.

Los actores del conflicto (2008)

Three mimes pretend to be guerrilla fighters to be sent to Spain in exile.

Vengeance: The Story of Tony Cimo (1986)

A South Carolina bricklayer (Brad Davis) goes beyond the law to punish the convicted killer of his parents.

All Night Long (1981)

All Night Long is a 1981 American romantic comedy film starring Barbra Streisand, Gene Hackman, Diane Ladd, Dennis Quaid, Kevin Dobson, and William Daniels, written by W. D. Richter and directed by Jean-Claude Tramont.

Sounds of Sand (2007)

Sounds of Sand (original title Si le vent soulève les sables, literally "If the Wind Raises the Sands") is a drama film directed by Marion Hänsel about a family in the Horn of Africa making a trek to find sufficient water during a drought. The film is a Belgium-France coproduction, released in 2006. It is based on the novel Chamelle (ISBN 2709623889) by Marc Durin-Valois.

The Mirage (2008)

An exploration of the pop-culture consumption.

Body Melt (1994)

Body Melt is a 1993 satirical Australian horror film directed by Philip Brophy and written by Brophy and Rod Bishop (both ex-→ ↑ →), influenced by "splatstick" Peter Jackson films like Bad Taste and Braindead.

Ann Vickers (1933)

Ann Vickers is a 1933 American Pre-Code romantic drama, starring Irene Dunne and Walter Huston. It is based on the novel of the same name by Sinclair Lewis.

All Wifed Out (2013)

A guy spends a wild night in New York City as he tries to decide whether or not he should remain with his current girlfriend.

Bájecná léta pod psa (1997)

Báječná léta pod psa is a 1997 movie, adapted from the book of the same title by Michal Viewegh. The film is directed by Petr Nikolaev.

Strange Illusion (1945)

Strange Illusion is a 1945 American film noir directed by Edgar G. Ulmer. According to noir historian Spencer Selby the film is, "A stylish cheapie by the recognized master of stylish cheapies."

Private Number (2014)

Private Number is a 2014 American psychological thriller-horror film written and directed by LazRael Lison. An alcoholic novelist who suffers from writer's block (Hal Ozsan) and his wife (Nicholle Tom) receive repeated, inexplicable crank phone calls that push them to the edge. It premiered in July 2014 and received a limited release in May 2015. The DVD was released a month later.

Perfect: Android Rising (2013)

Rebels against a totalitarian society capture a computerized killing machine (Samantha Talbott) and reprogram it to think and feel.

Evicted (2004)

An out-of-work trashman and his cousin who are being evicted from their Hollywood apartment decide to throw a wild party.

Glickman (2013)

Filmmaker James L. Freedman examines the life of Marty Glickman, star athlete and pioneer in sports broadcasting.

Schizopolis (1997)

Fletcher Munson has a doppelgänger in dentist Dr. Jeffrey Korchek. In his only starring performance to date, acclaimed director Steven Soderbergh inhabits both roles: Munson, onanistic corporate drone and speechwriter for New Age guru T. Azimuth Schwitters, and the swinging Korchek, Muzak enthusiast and lover to Munson’s disenchanted wife. Meanwhile, mad exterminator and part-time celebrity prima donna Elmo Oxygen seduces local housewives in secret code and plots against Schwitters. Placing the onus squarely on the viewer (“If you don’t understand this film, it’s your fault and not ours”), writer/director/editor/cameraman Soderbergh presents a deranged comedy of confused identity, doublespeak, and white-knuckled corporate intrigue, confirming his status as one of America’s most daring and unpredictable filmmakers.

Raven's End (1963)

Raven's End (Swedish: Kvarteret Korpen) is a 1963 Swedish drama film directed by Bo Widerberg, about an aspiring working-class writer in Malmö. The story bears some similarities to Widerberg's own background, although he claimed it to be entirely fictional.

Twenty-One (1991)

Twenty-One is a British-American drama film directed by Don Boyd and co-scripted by him with Zoë Heller. Patsy Kensit stars as the 21-year-old protagonist. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in February 1991. It was released theatrically later that year in the United States on 4 October, followed by a British release on 1 November.

Ballad of Django (1971)

A Fistful of Death (Italian: Giù la testa... hombre ) is a 1971 Italian Western film directed by Demofilo Fidani and starring Klaus Kinski.

Surreal Sicko (2012)

A landlord/serial rapist frames a schizophrenic tenant to take the fall for his depraved crimes.

The Boat Builder (2015)

The Boat Builder is a 2015 American independent drama film starring Christopher Lloyd and Jane Kaczmarek. It is the directorial debut of Arnold Grossman. It is based on a novel by Grossman.

Life May Be (2014)

A cinematic discourse between a British director and an Iranian actress.

Prey for the Beast (2007)

A horrible creature with an insatiable appetite for human flesh feasts on a group of terrified campers.

Confused By Love (2016)

A reclusive author and his socialite wife invite their rich friend and a former girlfriend to stay with them for five days.

Crazy Westerners (1967)

Rita of the West (Italian: Little Rita nel West, also known as Crazy Westerners), is a 1967 Italian musicarello-spaghetti western film directed by Ferdinando Baldi.

The Primitive Lover (1922)

The Primitive Lover is a 1922 silent drama film produced by and starring Constance Talmadge and distributed by Associated First National (*later First National Pictures). Sidney A. Franklin served as the director of the movie and Frances Marion wrote the scenario based on a play, The Divorcee, by Edgar Selwyn. This film survives and has been released on DVD.

Three Lives and Only One Death (1996)

Three Lives and Only One Death (French: Trois vies et une seule mort) is a 1996 French film directed by Raúl Ruiz. It was entered into the 1996 Cannes Film Festival, and was the penultimate film to star Marcello Mastroianni, before his death in 1996.

Embrace Your Shadow (2005)

Embrace Your Shadow is a 2005 Hong Kong romance drama starring Fiona Sit, Dylan Kuo, Cheung Kwok-Keung, Chung Ching-Yu and Samuel Pang, written and directed by Joe Ma.

Private Property (2005)

A woman living alone on an island must fight for her life.

The Man Who Defended Gavrilo Princip (2014)

Lawyer Rudolf Cistlera defends people accused of treason in 1914.

Love Is All There Is (1996)

Love Is All There Is is a 1996 romantic comedy film directed by Joseph Bologna and Renée Taylor, who also both star in the movie.

Rembrandt (1936)

Rembrandt is a 1936 British biographical film made by London Film Productions of the life of 17th-century Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn. The film was produced and directed by Alexander Korda from a screenplay by June Head and Lajos Bíró based on a story by Carl Zuckmayer. The music score was by Geoffrey Toye and the cinematography by Georges Périnal.

J'avancerai vers toi avec les yeux d'un sourd (2016)

The joys and hardships of the deaf community and the struggle to preserve its culture.

Canes (2006)

A corporate climber (Edward Furlong) falls under the spell of an evil character (Michael Madsen).

Kyoto (1963)

Twin Sisters of Kyoto (古都 Koto) is a 1963 Japanese drama film directed by Noboru Nakamura and based on the novel The Old Capital (1962) by the Nobel-winning Japanese writer Yasunari Kawabata. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The film was remade in 1980 under the same title, Koto, directed by Kon Ichikawa and starring Momoe Yamaguchi and Tomokazu Miura.

Consequences (2006)

Five friends who have known each other since childhood and always stuck together through thick and thin encounter an evil greater than any of them could ever have imagined.

A Better Tomorrow III: Love and Death in Saigon (1989)

A Better Tomorrow III: Love & Death in Saigon is a 1989 Hong Kong action drama film co-produced and directed by Tsui Hark. It is a loosely based prequel to John Woo's A Better Tomorrow and A Better Tomorrow II.

Three Miles North Of Molkom (2008)

Three Miles North of Molkom is a 2008 documentary film directed by Corinna Villari-McFarlane and Robert Cannan. It was nominated in the Best British Documentary category for the British Independent Film Awards 2008. It follows seven participants of the 2007 No Mind Festival at Ängsbacka, a course center located in Molkom, Sweden. This yearly New Age event lasts one or two weeks, has a thousand participants, and is claimed to be the largest alternative festival in Northern Europe. The activities shown in the film include tree hugging (each one choosing his own tree), firewalking, nude swimming, sweat lodge, hugging, Tantric sex, singing, dancing, talks in "sharing circles". There is also an exercise in defending oneself against a physical attack using psychic energy. The portrayed participants are: Siddhartha, a Swedish harbor master, who says he feels like a king in his nice house, but also that he is lonely, and longs for a woman. Peter, who has come with his two sons; his wife did not come along. Mervi, an older, female former career counselor from Finland. She suffers from a lack of saliva, but some activities are so exciting that it is produced. In the psychic energy exercise, she is knocked over, and the instructor claims that she failed to defend herself with the energy. Ljus, an American hippie, and a former goatherd. Regina Lund, a well-known singer/songwriter; she arrives one day later, because she had to sing at a wedding, and leaves earlier. Marit, a shy Norwegian woman. On one occasion she reveals her hidden fantasy of being a queen; at her request the others one by one bow to her. Nick, an Australian rugby coach who explains that he expected a different kind of festival; a female journalist friend suggested he attend while she would be there writing a story about the festival. He is very skeptical at first, describing the festival as a cult, but evolves into an enthusiastic participant. He teaches the group some Australian expressions, pronounced in the Australian way, such as "no worries".

Carts of Darkness (2008)

Carts of Darkness is a 2008 National Film Board of Canada documentary film by Murray Siple about a group of homeless men in the city of North Vancouver, who use shopping carts to collect bottles and cans to return for money and also race down the city's steep slope for thrills. The subjects in the film control the carts using only their weight and one foot, during descents that cross intersections, with top speeds claimed to be as high as 70 km/h. Siple, a former director of extreme sports videos and an avid skateboarder and snowboarder, became a quadriplegic after a car accident in 1996. His first film after his accident, Carts of Darkness allowed the filmmaker to regain the excitement he had experienced with extreme sports and to relate to a fellow group of outsiders.

Bratya Karamazovy (1968)

The Brothers Karamazov (Russian: Братья Карамазовы, translit. Bratya Karamazovy) is a 1969 Soviet film directed by Kirill Lavrov, Ivan Pyryev and Mikhail Ulyanov. It is based on the eponymous novel by the famous Russian author Fyodor Dostoevsky. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. It was also entered into the 6th Moscow International Film Festival, winning Pyryev a Special Prize.

Peace Over the Fields (1972)

Peace in the Fields (French: Paix sur les champs) is a 1970 French-language Belgian film directed by Jacques Boigelot and based on the eponymous novel by Marie Gevers. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Konets Saturna (1967)

In the second part of a trilogy, the Soviet Intelligence is able to outwit a clever enemy by using information gathered from German spies.

Once Upon a Time (1944)

Academy Award® winner Cary Grant (Honorary Award, 1970) is at his suave best as slick showman Jerry Flynn, a Broadway producer anxious to recapture the magic and reclaim the crowds after a series of costly flops. Outside his theatre one night, Flynn meets a young boy who just might save the day. The boy shows Flynn his pride and joy inside a small box: a caterpillar named Curly that dances to "Yes Sir, That's My Baby." Word quickly spreads about the amazingly talented hoofer, and the caterpillar becomes a symbol of hope for wartime America. Soon, offers are pouring in to capitalize on this sensational insect. Will Curly go Hollywood or will Flynn's get-richer quick scheme go to the bugs? ONCE UPON A TIME is a furry fairy tale that's fun for the whole family.

Geschichte der Nacht (1979)

The hours between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. in places around Europe.

18 ans après (2003)

Marie (Madeleine Besson), who was raised by her mother, Sylvia (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu), and her three fathers (Andr Dussolier, Michel Boujenah, Roland Giraud), is spending the summer in the country. Sylvia has just come back to France with her new husband (Ken Samuels) and his two sons (Grgoire Lavollay-Porter, James Thirre), and joins Marie for a family vacation. As Marie falls in love for the first time, her fathers arrive just in time to make things even more complicated.

Mechanical Love (2007)

Mechanical Love is a 2007 documentary by Danish filmmaker Phie Ambo about Hiroshi Ishiguro and his work on robots that resemble humans (gynoids and androids).

Nightstalker (2002)

Nightstalker is a 2002 film directed by Chris Fisher about Richard Ramirez. It was nominated for two Fangoria Chainsaw Awards.

Chekhov (2015)

A man records his sister as she reads an embarrassing love letter from his ex-girlfriend.

Woundings (1998)

Brand New World, also called Woundings, a UK movie filmed in Cregneash, Isle of Man, based on Jeff Noon's play Woundings and released in 1998. The director Roberta Hanley won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Feature Film at the 2001 New York International Independent Film & Video Festival for this movie.

Agency (1980)

The Agency (known as Mind Games on video) is a 1980 Canadian dramatic/thriller film. It was directed by George Kaczender, with a screenplay by Noel Hynd. Based on a novel by Paul Gottlieb, it is a political thriller involving advertising copywriter Philip Morgan (Lee Majors) who discovers the agency he works for, run by Ted Quinn (Robert Mitchum), is using subliminal advertising to manipulate a presidential election. It features appearances by Canadian actors Saul Rubinek as an audio technician (earning a "Best Supporting Actor" Genie nomination), Jonathan Welsh as a police detective, and familiar supporting players Michael Kirby and Gary Reineke as hitmen. The film was shot on locations in Montréal and rural Québec.

Youth (2013)

Youth is a 2013 Israeli - German drama film written and directed by Tom Shoval.

Virtual Jfk: Vietnam If Kennedy Had Lived (2008)

Virtual JFK: Vietnam if Kennedy Had Lived is a 2008 documentary film by Koji Masutani. It applies what Niall Ferguson of Harvard University has called 'virtual history' to consider what President John F. Kennedy might have done in Vietnam if he had not been assassinated in 1963. The film was unveiled at the 2008 HotDocs Canadian International Documentary Film Festival, and its theatrical premiere took place at New York City's Film Forum six weeks before the 2008 U.S. presidential election.

Vücut (2012)

An attorney sends his anorexic daughter (Justyna Suwala) to see a psychiatrist after her mother dies.

Dracula (1974)

Richard Matheson's television adaptation of the legendary bloodsucker, portrayed with sympathy by Palance.

Ghislain Lambert's Bicycle (2001)

Le Vélo de Ghislain Lambert is a 2001 French-Belgian comedy film directed by Philippe Harel.

Jack (2012)

A couple do not realize the consequences of jealousy fueled desire after they reinvigorate their sexless marriage by having a drunken fling with an acquaintance.

Time Simply Passes (2016)

Time Simply Passes is a 2015 US documentary film chronicling the life and wrongful conviction of James Joseph Richardson. It details the circumstances leading to his 1967 arrest for the poisoning deaths of his seven children in Arcadia, Florida, his twenty-one years spent in prison, his miraculous release in 1989 upon the discovery of hidden evidence, and the twenty-five years he spent following his release attempting to obtain compensation from the State of Florida. It features exclusive interviews with Barry Scheck, Don Horn, Peter Gallagher, Geraldine Thompson, Tim Edman, and James Joseph Richardson. The film is directed and produced by Ty Flowers, who worked with his father, Charles Flowers, a journalist who helped free James through his work on the case in the 1980s. It was acquired by Indie Rights and released on digital platforms in January 2018

Dulcy (1940)

Dulcy is a 1940 American comedy film, directed by S. Sylvan Simon for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It stars Ann Sothern, Ian Hunter, and Roland Young .

Strawman (1987)

The last days of Japanese rule in a Taiwanese village.

Reclaiming Friendship Park (2015)

Businessman Chip Panoptic shows up at a former employee's home with a strange plan. After losing his job, losing his best friend, and moving from Detroit to California, Chip wants to help a group of antisocial apartment-dwellers rediscover their sense of community and the value of old-school friendship. The problem is that Chip himself has little experience in either category.

The White Planet (2006)

The White Planet or in French, La Planète Blanche, is a 2006 documentary about the wildlife of the Arctic. It shows interactions between marine animals, birds and land animals, especially the polar bear, over a one-year period. The fragility of the Arctic is hinted at as a reason to prevent climate change. It was nominated for the Documentary category in the 27th Genie Awards in 2007.

D' Lucky Ones! (2006)

D' Lucky Ones! is a 2006 Filpino romantic comedy film starring Sandara Park, Joseph Bitangcol, Eugene Domingo, and Pokwang.

The Thin Pink Line (1998)

The Thin Pink Line is a 1998 mockumentary directed by Joe Dietl and Michael Irpino. The title is a parody of Errol Morris' documentary The Thin Blue Line, which raised questions about the conviction of a prison inmate on death row.

Found (2012)

Brotherly love is put to the ultimate test when a 10-year-old boy discovers his older brother is a serial killer.

Party (1996)

Party is a 1996 Portuguese-French comedy-drama film directed by Manoel de Oliveira. It was screened in competition at the 1996 Venice Film Festival.

Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble (1944)

Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble is a 1944 romantic comedy, the fourteenth starring Mickey Rooney as Andy Hardy. In the film, Andy goes to college, but soon gets in trouble with some pretty co-eds.

The Power of the Past (2002)

The Power of the Past is a 2002 Italian drama film directed by Piergiorgio Gay. It is based on the novel with the same name written by Sandro Veronesi. It entered the main competition at the 59th Venice International Film Festival.