Strange Impersonation (1946)

Strange Impersonation is a 1946 film noir directed by Anthony Mann, featuring Brenda Marshall, William Gargan and Hillary Brooke.

Holy Motors (2012)

Holy Motors is a 2012 French-German fantasy drama film written and directed by Leos Carax, starring Denis Lavant and Édith Scob. Lavant plays Mr. Oscar, a man not unlike an actor who inhabits several roles, but there are no apparent cameras filming the man's performances. It is Carax's first feature film since 1999. The film competed for the Palme d'Or at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.

The Return of October (1948)

The Return of October is a 1948 American comedy film directed by Joseph H. Lewis and starring Glenn Ford and Terry Moore.

Explorers: From The Titanic To The Moon (2006)

James Cameron and Buzz Aldrin plunge us into a universe of unforgettable images. Risking their own lives, they pursue their passions by reaching into the unknown. Follow these two legendary men on two epic voyages.

The Borrowers (1973)

The Borrowers is a Hallmark Hall of Fame TV special first broadcast in 1973 on NBC. This made for television special is adapted from the 1952 Carnegie Medal-winning first novel of author Mary Norton's The Borrowers series: The Borrowers. The film stars Eddie Albert, Tammy Grimes and Judith Anderson and was directed by Walter C. Miller.

Sesame Street: Love the Earth! (2008)

Elmo, Zoe, and Baby Bear venture into Bear National Park with Papa Bear in search of the elusive Blue-Feathered Swallowing Swallow so they can earn their Bird-Watching Badges. While looking for the swallow, they have fun discovering beautiful things in nature! They also learn that there are some simple things they can do to keep nature beautiful and clean: putting trash where it belongs, recycling, reusing things and saving water.

Letting Go (2012)

Joel Slater has a hard time 'letting go' of anything and when his gorgeous, demanding girlfriend considers leaving to start a new life without him, Joel is forced to take a serious look at his life. His Boss expects the world of him and has no sense of boundaries, but he's Joel's closest friend. His most important client is a sociopath....but he pays the bills. Besides his parents Joel has three huge dogs, Dragon, Ted and Hurricane. Joel's dilemma is that everyone one in his life has needs that are greater than his ability to fulfill. Letting Go is the journey of self-discovery and recovery from life's toughest obstacles.

Born to Battle (1935)

Born to Battle is a 1935 American western produced by Bernard B. Ray and Harry S. Webb and directed by Webb for Reliable Pictures.

Studlebrity (2014)

A Studlebrity is a guy who is famous for his looks. Today there seems to be a new Social Celebrity every time we go online. We are inundated with guys famous for... well we don't really know what. But they have over 10,000 followers on Twitter and when they post a carefully posed shirtless shot on Instagram they have an army of followers giving it an enthusiastic thumbs-up. His handsome face and sculpted physique have helped pave the way to a charmed life - or at least that's the only part he'll ever reveal on his social network. He's pretty. He knows it. And he wants to share every moment of his pretty life with you.

Monster Madness: The Gothic Revival of Horror (2015)

With sex, gore, and the Dracula/Frankenstein combo, Hammer’s House of Horror changed the genre forever in the 1950s. With marquee actors like Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing, Hammer ruled the horror world for a decade. See the legendary tale of blood, babes, and vampire bats here.

Don Pasquale (2006)

A night at the opera, with a comic jewel in the great tradition of the Neapolitan opera buffa: Donizetti's elegant take on the genre, with the verve of baritone Simone Alaimo and the virtuosity of soprano Patrizia Ciofi. Close to sixty, wealthy fuddy-duddy Don Pasquale is maddened by the idea that when he dies, all his worldly goods will go to his nephew Ernesto, whom he regards as a simpleton: hasn't the young man fallen for Norina, charming but without a penny to her name? So Don Pasquale decides to get married himself, and produce deserving heirs. Doctor Malatesta, a family friend, introduces him to his sister, Sofronia: submissive, virtuous and hardworking, she seems to be just what Don Pasquale wants. Alas, after the wedding, the new wife turns into an insufferable shrew and a flighty spendthrift. A comic masterpiece, Don Pasquale stands out as the final flowering of the Neapolitan opera buffa from which Donizetti borrowed his characters: the old fool, the saucy soubrette, the Dr Headache who always chips in at the wrong moment, and the thwarted lovers who finally have their way. Yet here the composer also adds in all his elegance and subtlety, giving his main character a depth reminiscent of the novels of Balzac. When he composed his opera in 1843, Donizetti, then aged forty-six, was in dire personal straits: ill and soon to become paralysed, he had lost his wife, parents and three of his children to a cholera epidemic. How he found the strength to write this wittily exhilarating gem is the great mystery of a work that remains enormously popular on stages around the world.

No Tell Motel (2012)

A young woman (Chalie Howes) and her friends become stranded at an abandoned motel where a child and her parents all met terrible ends.

Crazy for Christmas (2005)

A limo driver (Andrea Roth) tries to help a wealthy man find his long-lost daughter on Christmas Eve.

Listen To Your Heart (2010)

Listen to Your Heart is a 2010 romantic drama written by Kent Moran and produced by Kent Moran and Luke Moran and directed by Matt Thompson.

Bostonian (2015)

Marshal, a wealthy and handsome man, moonlights as a serial killer. After a mistake leaves a witness to his latest crime, Marshal's psyche starts to crack as he goes on the warpath to secure all of his loose ends.

Shades Of Ray (2008)

Shades of Ray is a 2008 independent film written and directed by Jaffar Mahmood. The film stars Zachary Levi as a half-American, half-Pakistani male wrestling with his mixed identity while waiting for his girlfriend to respond to his marriage proposal. The film was screened at numerous film festivals.

To Live! (2010)

Keith Deltano faces head-on the topic of teen abstinence, but not in the usual way. Keith is a Christian comedian with a style all his own. With pure energy, Keith combines side-splitting humor, slapstick, and audience participation with Scriptural truths and scientific evidence to confront youth with the harsh risks of premarital sex, and he presents the rich rewards of God's plan: abstinence until marriage and monogamy afterwards. He helps young people know what to say and do to handle the pressures of their peers and today's society. A former teacher, Keith knows firsthand the tough issues today's youth must face. "I wanted to show these kids that God is there for them and to help them through these tough times. So God convicted me to develop a hard-hitting yet humorous talk on sexual abstinence based on Scripture," Keith says. This is a program every teenager should see. It's comedy with a message!

The Golden Honeymoon (1980)

Charley Tate (James Whitmore: two-time Academy Award Nominee, and Tony Award Winner) is an old windbag, often a braggart, but somehow always lovable. Married over fifty years to his ever-patient wife Lucy (Teresa Wright - Academy Award winner), the two of them are on their Golden Honeymoon in Florida. Everything goes perfectly until Lucy meets her former fiancée who's also vacationing with his wife. Suddenly there's a comic competition between Charley and the old boyfriend for Lucy's attention. After fifty years, cantankerous Charley has to win his girl all over again!

Il Futuro (2013)

Il Futuro is a 2013 drama film directed by Alicia Scherson. Based on Roberto Bolaño's novel Una novelita lumpen, the film stars Manuela Martelli and Rutger Hauer. The film was shot in Italy, Chile, and Germany, and is an Italian-Chilean-German-Spanish production.

Deep In The Darkness (2014)

Dr. Michael Cayle thought leaving the chaotic lifestyle of New York City for the quiet, small town of Ashborough would bring his family closer together. Soon after arriving, however, he discovers the town's deepest secret: a terrifying and controlling race of creatures that live in the darkness in the woods behind his home. Starring Dean Stockwell (Blue Velvet, Quantum Leap), Sean Patrick Thomas (Save The Last Dance, Cruel Intentions, Barbershop) and Blanche Baker (Sixteen Candles) and directed by Colin Theys (Remains, Dead Souls), this eerily terrifying film takes your darkest fears and brings them home to roost.

Committing Poetry In Times Of War (2007)

The firing of the Youth Poetry Slam Tram coach sparks fierce protests.

Fatman: The Quark Knight (2014)

20 years after his parents' death Juice Wine returns to God Damn City. Alongside Commissioner Garden, his old friend Alfons and a Female Lead, he decides to fight criminality and corruption, disguised as Fatman. Meanwhile the crazy Smoker and bad-ass Lame terrorize the city... 'Fatman - The Quark Knight' is a funny slapstick spoof of Christopher Nolan's 'The Dark Knight' trilogy.

Or (My Treasure) (2004)

Or (My Treasure) is a 2004 drama film starring Dana Ivgy in the title role of Or, a teenager who struggles to be responsible for her prostitute mother Ruthie, played by Ronit Elkabetz. The French-Israeli production premiered on 14 May 2004 at the Cannes Film Festival.

The Grail (2002)

Unfolding like an intricate puzzle, The Grail is a smart, comedic film that traces three interconnected stories centered around a convenience store murder and a beautiful Swedish au pair. With dialogue "you can't get enough of" (FilmCentury), a script that is "damn impressive" (Simply Scripts), and a feel that is "a little more Memento than Pulp Fiction" (Daily-Reviews.com), The Grail might just be the best written film that you know nothing about. We'd tell you more about writer-director Kurt Volkan's multiple award-winning debut feature but, as Christopher Null of filmcritic.com warns, "to explain too much of the plot would ruin the fun of watching the film."

The Secret 6 (1931)

After rising bootlegger Slaughterhouse Scorpio eliminates his gangland competition, two reporters and a cabal of six businessmen work to expose him.

The Beat Goes On (2012)

Korea's first feature film dedicated to Hip-Hop culture centers around 3 friends and their dreams to become players in the music industry through the underground Hip-Hop scene. (Korean with English subtitles).

Dream Tower (1994)

With artists and educators jousting for position with motorcycle gangs and dealers in the same high-rise, Rochdale became a focal point for the best and worst dreams of the Canadian generation of baby boomers. Dream Tower depicts the delirious construction and deconstruction of a building that harboured some of the freest spirits in Canada.

Voulez-vous coucher avec God? (1972)

Voulez-vous coucher avec God? is a 1972 Canadian experimental film directed by Jack Christie and Michael Hirsh. Combining live-action and animation, the film is heavily steeped in late 1960s - early 1970s counterculture and features of a soundtrack of popular music from the period. It tells the story of a bigoted and war-crazed God, portrayed by Tuli Kupferberg, who sends an angel down to Earth to become President of the United States, leading to chaos.

S4 (2008)

It is 1952, and Captain Maxwell Carter, USMC, is having a bad day. Waking up naked in the middle of the freezing desert, an alien device around his neck, Carter is picked up by Capt. Jake Mason, an enigmatic Air Force officer assigned to transport him to a mysterious, anonymous military test facility in a remote section of Area 51. Mason, however, offers no clarity as to the situation, and Carter's ride begins. Once ensconced in the security of the test facility, Captain Carter learns that he is part of a nightmarish experiment - he is pregnant with an alien baby! "S4" follows the gestation of the Trugollion/Human hybrid infant and its effect on Carter (his sudden ability to read minds at random, his desire to consume live birds, his emotional break downs and mimicking of the hormonal instability associated with pregnancy), and the struggle of Captain Jake Mason, the stoic foil to Carter's emotional deterioration, to maintain his charge through the care and nurturing of the military's best test subject. Faced not only with an emotionally unstable, mind reading pregnant Marine, Mason must also cope with the manipulative Colonel Thadeus Drake, a career hungry Air Force doctor - mad scientist - evil administrator who seeks to entangle Mason in his twisted plans, and "Angie", the high level alien liaison from the Trugollion Empire. 'Angie' has been stuck on Earth awaiting her replacement since 1947, and finds herself 'going native' as her attraction to Jake Mason heats up. Sent to Earth in a pleasing human female form, Angie struggles with her desire to return to her home world and her lust for Captain Mason. Shot in black and white and with a simple, one camera technique that harkens perfectly back to the 1950's heyday of "B' movies and fun sci-fi, "S4" delights audiences in theatres and on DVD, and had already developed an avid following of viewers demanding "S4-2"!

United States of Africa (2011)

African hip-hop pioneer Didier Awadi creates a new album that highlights black revolutionary leaders.

The Man Who Stopped the Desert (2010)

As a child in Burkina Faso, Yacouba was sent away from home to study the Qur'an, where he and his classmates were almost starving. The young boys would trek across miles of wilderness, only to fall and beg at a straw hut for meagre rations. It is from this harsh background that the young farmer became determined to develop techniques that would bring exhausted soil back into production. His efforts have outdone the work of the world's leading scientists and technological advances costing millions of pounds. They may also yet prove crucial to the future of the world's rapidly growing population and global food demands. "Yacouba has single-handedly had more impact on conservation than all the national and international researchers put together", argues Dutch desertification expert, Chris Reij. "We must not be enemies of nature", warns Yacouba, as he works tirelessly on the sun-scorched land. But Yacouba's hardest battle was not to be with the forces of nature. His new techniques went against the accepted wisdom of the traditional land chiefs and prompted an angry response. On his way to meet the local governor to share the results of his work a violent response was waiting. A fire started by locals had destroyed his entire field of crops. It was a devastating setback, but one that only reinforced Yacouba's determined to overcome the stigma of his work. As one scientist points out, what makes Yacouba so inspiring is that "he never stops trying. Every year he is adding to his experience." Bursting grain stores, large cook-pots and plenteous fields reveal the great success of one man's relentless endeavours. But Yacouba's intentions stretch beyond feeding his own family. He speaks passionately of the good his methods have done for the region at large. Those who fled thirty years ago are beginning to return. "We need to eat well to work well", he insists. Thanks to one man's twenty-year devotion, this can finally be achieved in one of the poorest countries on earth.

The Latin Divas of Comedy (2007)

Get ready for the hilarious film that brings together some of today's best Latina comediennes in America.Starring Mexicana Marilyn Martinez, New York City's Sara Contreras, Cubana Monique Marvez, and Tejana Sandra Valls.

Tom and Jerry: The Lost Dragon (2014)

Tom and Jerry: The Lost Dragon is a 2014 animated fantasy comedy direct-to-video film starring Tom and Jerry, produced by Warner Bros. Animation. Directed and produced by Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone, it premiered on July 27, 2014, at San Diego Comic-Con International. It is the first Tom and Jerry direct-to-video film to be marketed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment in Japan. It was originally released digitally on August 19, 2014, to be followed by a DVD release on September 2, 2014.

Our School's E.T. (2008)

Our School's E.T. is a 2008 South Korean comedy-drama film directed by Park Kwang-chun. It stars Kim Su-ro as an unconventional, "alien-like" high school P.E. teacher whose position is put at stake when the school adopts a new policy to boost English education, so he decides that becoming an English teacher (E.T.) overnight is his only hope.

Dat's Tite TV (2006)

Dats Tite TV is the No.1 Urban Comedy Showcase to hit the shelves this year. Acclaimed director Melvin James (Miami Tale, BETs College Hill and Honey Bee) teams up with AJ Alexander, the man who discovered Pop sensation Usher. Together they bring you the funniest sketch comedy since, In Living Color. James steers several comedians and models to literally push the comedy envelope where NO one has. Its a must have for any true comedy fan! Move over Dave Chappelle and Saturday Night Live, here come Dats Tite TV, muthas! Skits Featured: Poprah Winfrey, Pimp Coach, True Pimping my Ride, Lost in Translation, Hoe Hammer, Stripper Remote, Crazy Hoe Vest, more.

Felipe Esparza: They're Not Gonna Laugh At You (2012)

"What's up, Fool?" Just ask and Last Comic Standing Winner Felipe Esparza will tell you in no uncertain terms. Known for his raw, real life approach to comedy, Felipe is one of the fastest rising stars on the scene today. In his debut one-hour special They're Not Gonna Laugh At You, this wild-haired funnyman takes you on a hilarious comedic journey through topics like Latino stereotypes, ("We are not all hard workers") and illegal immigrants in Minnesota ("If you made it that far you can stay") that will have you in stitches from the moment he hits the stage.

The Eleventh Commandment (1933)

The Eleventh Commandment is a 1933 American drama film directed by George Melford and starring Marian Marsh, Theodore von Eltz and Alan Hale. It is based on a play by Brandon Fleming. The story had previously been made into a 1924 British silent film.

Way of the Puck (2006)

What is it like to be a champion at a sport nobody knows about? A caricaturist, a clinical psychologist, a Buddhist wanderer, and an importer of wind-up musical jewelry boxes battle each other for air hockey world supremacy

Maximum Velocity (2003)

A meteorologist and a pilot must use an experimental device to defuse a catastrophic storm.

Daniel and the Lions (2006)

When his parents go on a trip, 6-year-old Devin is too sad to say his prayers. To help him understand the importance of praying, Devin's grandpa enlightens him with the story of Daniel and the Lions. Devin's imagination brings to life the story of Daniel and a trio of villains who do everything they can to get rid of him. When they convince King Darius to sign a degree that would put anyone who prays into a den of lions, and undaunted Daniel continues to pray not once, but three times a day. As Daniel faces the mighty Rex and six other very hungry lions, he discovers just how important prayer can be. The whole family will enjoy this musical journey, and together can rediscover this treasured story from Lightstone Pictures. It is packed full of fun and uplifting musical retelling, featuring all new original songs.

The Galloping Gamows (2007)

Director and author Peter Garrity have created a biopic on a pair of eccentric scientists, Igor and George Gamow, who in the late 1960's were both professors at the University of Colorado. Their scientific contributions spans a wide range from George Gamow's "Big Bang Theory" of the universe to Igor's creation of the Gamow Bag, an invention that has become an indispensable piece of equipment in high altitude mountaineering. From George's daring escape from Russia to Igor's early career as a ballet dancer, it is the story of two adventurous men. Included is a rare interview with Edward Teller, the father of the H-Bomb and George's motorcycle riding companion, as well as George's work with the other scientific greats such as Niels Bohr and Ernest Rutherford. Included in the bonus section is a lovely romantic poem, with beautiful photographic illustrations, made by Rho when she was a teen age girl in Moscow in 1928. Rho was soon to become the wife of George Gamow and Igor's mother. A companion book by the same title is also available.

Love Story (2011)

A beautiful woman on the Coney Island train becomes a lead actress and object of desire.

Mariah Carey: Around the World (1999)

Follow the sensational Mariah Carey as she goes Around The World in support of her sixth studio album, Butterfly, featuring performances of new and classic hits (Honey, My All, I Still Believe,) plus exciting behind-the-scenes footage.

So, You've Downloaded a Demon (2007)

Miranda and Cat will do almost anything to get back into their college witch coven. Lured to a mysterious website that promises to grant any wish but unwilling to pay the price of admission - their souls - the girls turn to Dave, a goofy but lovable candidate for student body president, and computer geek Brian, his roommate-cum-campaign manager, to help them hack in. But the website's demon possesses Dave, changing him from doofus into a demonic and diabolical political machine. A botched do-it-yourself exorcism, an uncooperative priest and a vindictive rival coven witch leader (Xenia Seeberg of "Lexx") have the students in deep holy water as they try to rescue their friend.

Ghostkeepers (2012)

The cast of a horror movie reunites and has to survive a horrifying night of ghosts, demonic possessions, murder and revenge.

On Any Sunday II (1981)

Bruce Penhall, Kenny Roberts and other motorcycle racers are seen in dirt, desert and track competition.

The Pikme-Up (2006)

An experimental documentary about the coffeehouse movement in Los Angeles.

Pecados de una profesora (2008)

Mayra Beltran lost the love of her life in a tragic accident. From then on, she took refuge in the bitterness and the loneliness. But the destiny gives her a new opportunity to discover the force of love and passion in the arms of a young boy, Abel. A huge passion develops between Mayra and her inexperienced lover. The age differences do not matter until Mayra discovers that the boy is one of her students. Things get worse when Abel's ex-girlfriend decides to do all that is possible to rekindle their love and to separate him from the arms of the sensual and attractive professor.

Dead Moon Rising (2007)

Dead Moon Rising is a 2007 horror film written and directed by Mark E. Poole. It stars Jason Crowe, Mike Seely, and Erica Goldsmith as locals who must fight waves of zombies in Louisville, Kentucky.

Interview with Terror (1987)

Veteran reporter Roger Cohen gets a hot tip that leads him on a trail of terror. As his investigation uncovers terrifying tales of witches, demons and the walking dead, Roger gets uncomfortably close to learning the real truth behind the evil. Will he become a tragic byline in his own story...?

Kevin Nealon: Whelmed, But Not Overly (2012)

In "Whelmed...But Not Overly," Nealon delivers the laughs in his jazzy cool style. He's like a big kid as he delights in stories of messing with celebrities, embarrassing moments, and the fear that people won't get the joke... you know, what with the economy and everything.

Who Cares? (2014)

Filmmaker Mara Mouro finds people with simple solutions for hard issues that the world faces.

The Samaritan (2012)

Fury, originally known as The Samaritan, is a 2012 crime drama film written and directed by David Weaver. A trailer was released on its website.

TuTuMuch (2010)

Tutu Much, stylised as TuTuMUCH, is a 2010 Canadian documentary film that focuses on the 9- to 12-year-old entering class of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's Summer School Program. It is produced by Ballet Girls Inc, a co-production between Merit Motion Pictures and Vonnie VON HELMOLT Films. It is directed by Elise Swerhone.

Gloria Estefan: The Evolution Tour (1996)

Live In Miami: The Evolution Tour finds Gloria Estefan returning to her homebase for a fiery concert supporting her Destiny album. Includes fresh performances of "Here We Are," "Get On Your Feet" and "Reach," the theme to 1996’s Summer Olympics.

Alone and Restless (2004)

This is the original cut of this film which includes the experimental usage of film formats (and non-linear plot). Analog 8mm, Super8, 16mm, 1080i HD and DVCam Pro were all used to give the urban drama a gritty, erratic narrative style. Exhibited in art houses throughout 2005, this version of Alone and Restless is exclusively Black & White and has an entirely different opening sequence and ending (very different from the later Director's Cut which is mostly color and was toned down for mainstream audiences). This DVD features the uncut version (far more violent) with minamal narration (this version does not feature the "bank heist" sequences of the director's cut). The Story: Engaged in a battle to control the downtown drug trade, Mace (Martin Seijo) must fight to maintain control of his street gang as a young hustler named Ponch (Allan Medina) tries to take him out. Caught in the middle of the drug war are homeless drifters Jason (Michael Thomas Dunn) and Molly (Jamie Belanger). The film is existential journey of life in the urban jungle. The film is a somber look at the challenges of poverty, drugs and homelessness in the inner city. The film is seen through the eyes of a drifter suffering from schizophrenia. This DVD is loaded with special features including: - Scene Selection - Blooper Reel - Movie Trailer - Cast Interviews - Anamorphic Widescreen (Enhanced for 16:9 HDTV) - Dolby Digital Sound UNRATED CUT: Contains Graphic Violence, Adult Language, Drug References, Brief Nudity and Adult Situations. Not intended for audiences under 18 years old. Running Time: 78 Minutes

Fatal Desire (2003)

This made-for-television thriller was directed by Ralph Hemecker and was produced by Lifetime Television. The cast includes: Anne Heche, Eric Roberts, Kathleen York, Melyssa Ade and James Edward Campbell. The movie was originally written by Mark Morris and Paul Janczewski and appeared in novel form. It was based on the true life actions of Sharee Miller.

Fairytale: A True Story (1997)

For almost a century, children and secretly many adults have answered Peter Pans entreaty to save the fairy Tinkerbell with resounding applause. In the dark of a theatre, in that one magical moment, it is a very powerful thing to believe.

Our Lady of Lourdes (2013)

Climb high into the Pyrenees, to where Our Lady appeared to St.shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes Bernadette. Visit the Grotto, the Boly Mill, the Cachot, the Basilica of the Rosary, the Way of the Cross. Walk the Procession of the Sick and the Candlelight Procession. See St. Bernadette's incorrupt body.

A Heaven for Queers (2011)

About to turn eighteen, Matthew struggles with his homosexuality after a lifetime of evangelical Christian upbringing. Having found a comfortable place in the insulated world of evangelical Christian subculture and brought up to believe that homosexuality is wrong, he turns to himself to face his struggle alone. However, Matthew soon discovers that he is not alone after an innocent video game encounter with his best friend Brandon turns into something more. The two friends are caught in their moment of passion, thus setting off a tumultuous journey of self-discovery that forever takes them away from the lives they once knew and forces them to grow up fast in a world that they're not quite ready for. All the while, the two try to maintain their blossoming romance in the face of extreme circumstances. In addition, the two must redefine for themselves what exactly it means to be Christian and must reconcile their religion with their homosexual love for one another. This coming of age romance blends humor with drama, animation with live-action, and musical numbers with traditional dialogue, resulting in a movie that's as much "in-your-face" as the topic it tackles. It's a new and fresh approach to telling a story that so many in the gay community can personally relate to.

Brewmore (2015)

Brewmore Baltimore is the story about one of the largest industries in the United States: beer. At nearly $100 billion in annual sales, the U.S. beer market is ever growing. This film focuses on the beer industry from a localized perspective in the city of Baltimore, Maryland. Like many urban centers across the country, Baltimore is seeing revitalization in its downtown and expanding city limits as well as a reemergence of its beer industry. Authors Maureen O'Prey ("Brewing in Baltimore") and Rob Kasper ("Baltimore Beer") chronicle the rich, storied history of beer in Charm City along with an eclectic cast of local brewers and entrepreneurs. Brewmore Baltimore is not just about beer-making in one city, but about an economy that shaped American culture. Baltimore, basking in the neon glow of the National Bohemian sign atop the now defunct 1,000,000 sq. ft. National Brewery, is a city that cares about its local industries. Deeply rooted in the US brewing tradition, Baltimore City boasted over 40 breweries at the end of 1899. After a century of sharp decline, in 2012, Union Craft Brewing opened the first production brewery in Baltimore City in nearly 30 years. Baltimore brewing is multi-faceted in scale from small brewpubs to growing regional brewing operations.

How to Steal 2 Million (2011)

How to Steal 2 Million is a 2011 South African action drama film, written & directed by Charlie Vundla, produced by Karen E. Johnson, Jeremy Nathan, Mfundi Vundla and Michelle Wheatley and starring John Kani, Hlubi Mboya, Menzi Ngubane, Terry Pheto and Rapulana Seiphemo. The film received 11 nominations and won four awards at the African Movie Academy Awards in 2012, including the awards for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress in a Supporting Role and Best Achievement in Editing.

Boys in Brazil (2014)

Do Lado de Fora is a 2014 Brazilian comedy film directed by Alexandre Carvalho, starring André Bankoff, Marcello Airoldi, Luis Fernando Vaz and Mauricio Evanns.

The Hard Man (1957)

The Hard Man is a 1957 American western film directed by George Sherman and starring Guy Madison, Valerie French and Lorne Greene. The film's sets were designed by the art director Carl Anderson.

Whistle (2013)

Whistle is a 2013 Indian Kannada suspense supernatural thriller film starring Chiranjeevi Sarja alongside Pranitha Subhash directed by Prashant Raj of Love Guru fame. The film is a romantic love thriller story which revolves between an engaged couple, who are chasing their dreams, first of its kind in Kannada Film Industry. It is a remake of Tamil movie Pizza, blockbuster of 2012. Notable directors Guruprasad and Chi. Gurudutt appear in the supporting roles in the film.

Zus & zo (2001)

Zus & Zo is a 2001 Dutch film directed by Paula van der Oest. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Sharktopus (2010)

Sharktopus is a 2010 SyFy original horror/science fiction film produced by Roger Corman, directed by Declan O'Brien, and starring Eric Roberts. It is the first film in the Sharktopus franchise.

Transylvanian Curse (2015)

A group of actors gather in a remote Northeastern town to rehearse for a mysterious stage production, only to be plunged into a hellish world where their real lives mirror the grisly story of the play.

Hirokin: The Last Samurai (2012)

On a planet where humans must scavenge the barren post-apocalyptic wasteland, Hirokin, a reluctant samurai with a dark past, sets off on a mission to fulfill his destiny. Having fought to the death to save his wife and son from the planet’s evil dictator - Griffin - and his elite army of warriors, the lone samurai is left for dead in the vast desert. Armed with his samurai blade, Hirokin is forced to choose between avenging the murder of his family and fighting for the freedom of his people. As he goes into war he’ll discover a shocking revelation about his family, leaving revenge running through his veins.

The Talent Given Us (2004)

The Talent Given Us is a film by Andrew Wagner. Most of the cast in the movie is Wagner's own family. Roger Ebert praised "The Talent Given Us" as "one of the most original, daring, intriguing, and honest films of the year," while 2004 CineVegas juror Wendy Mitchell, writing about the film for indieWIRE last year, said that the movie "could qualify as the bravest movie I have ever seen." It was later named to indieWIRE's list of the best films of 2004 without distribution.

Two Gentlemen Sharing (1969)

Two Gentlemen Sharing is a 1969 British drama film directed by Ted Kotcheff, written by Evan Jones and starring Robin Phillips, Judy Geeson, Esther Anderson, Hal Frederick, Norman Rossington and Rachel Kempson. An upper-class white Englishman is forced to confront his own feelings and prejudices when the London flat he advertises for sharing is taken up by an Oxford-educated black Jamaican. It cost an estimated £380,000 to make.

Dinotasia (2012)

A journey immersing the audience in the lost world of the Mesozoic through a series of animated short stories.

Tao of The Golden Mask (2007)

In this mockumentary by stand-up comic Faizon Love, writer/director Love does a send-up on the documentary homage to fabled films and directors. Love's mockumentary uses a unique Thai action film (Golden Eagle) to make the outrageous claim that he, an African-American director, created the first Asian action film with kung fu scenes in it - even before Bruce Lee - but that Faizon never got his due because of race issues and the release forever suppressed. The film interviews people who substantiate his outlandish claims, such as comedian Robert Townsend (who supposedly co-wrote the script) and former heavyweight champ Leon Spinks (who says he was the action choreographer).

Elmo and the Bookaneers (2009)

Everyone loves to read - even pirates! The "Bookaneers," led by Tina Fey, have come ashore on Sesame Street, and they want to plunder Elmo's bookshelf. When Elmo finds out how much they love to read, he can't wait to become a bookaneer himself. Can he pass the test and help them find their treasure? Bert and Ernie are also on the hunt for treasure in an episode from the fantastic new claymation series Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures. Plus, you can sing along with Abby in a song about something she treasures: words! In Elmo's World: Books, Elmo invites you to learn all about the books he treasures. "Arrr" you ready for a reading adventure?

Blood Equity (2009)

Former NFL players discuss health problems following retirement.

David Searching (1997)

A gay New York filmmaker (Anthony Rapp) and his female roommate (Camryn Manheim) help each other seek true love and life's meaning.

Snake Man (2014)

This Colombian man befriends the most venomous types of snakes. He understands them and challenges whoever he meets to approach them with sympathy. A tale of archaic fears.

Arya (2004)

Aarya is an Indian 2004 Telugu romantic action film which was released on 7 May 2004. The film was directed by debutant Sukumar starring Allu Arjun, Anu Mehta, and Siva Balaji in lead roles. Upon release, the film was declared a Blockbuster. It was remade into Bengali (Bangladesh) as Badha with Shakib Khan and Purnima, in Odia as Pagala Premi with Sabyasachi Mishra and Arpita Pal, in Sinhala as Adaraye Namayen with Roshan Ranawana and Kishani Alanki and in Tamil as Kutty with Dhanush and Shriya Saran. A spiritual sequel titled Arya 2 was released in 2009.

The Crazy Companies II (1988)

The Crazy Companies II (最佳損友闖情關) is a 1988 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Wong Jing starring Andy Lau, Sandra Ng and Natalis Chan.

Carne the Taco Maker (2014)

Customers love the tasty meat at Don Taco's eatery but have no idea they are consuming the leftovers of a dark family secret.

Vergiss mein nicht (2013)

In the film, Sieveking weaves an astonishingly candid, loving and revelatory chronicle of the changes his mothers Alzheimer's has on his family. Although dealing with his mother disease is painful, caring for her does offer him a chance to reconnect with his family and immerse himself in the secrets and passions of his parent's long and fascinating life. Some stories are heroic, while others have left a painful legacy in couples long marriage. Throughout, Sieveking's delicate handling of these revelations moves the focus of the story away from his mother's irreversible mental decline to that of a loving tribute to his mother as a human being with a remarkable life story.

Who's Afraid of Happy Endings? (2007)

Get an insider's view of the romance world and follow the stories of three romance writers who try to maneuver their way to the top of this extremely competitive industry.

Orbs: The Veil Is Lifting (2015)

We live in the midst of other dimensions that our eyes alone cannot perceive. New technological advances are allowing us to confirm what many have believed: that there is more to our world than meets the eye. The veil between dimensions is thinning with our increase in consciousness. Modern digital photography allows us to observe the hidden world of light spheres known as orbs. Bringing together scientists, spiritualists and experts, Orbs is the first full-length documentary to address and explore the orb phenomenon. What are these orbs, and what does their presence mean?

The Dialogue: An Interview with Screenwriter Sheldon Turner (2006)

THE DIALOGUE: Learning From the Masters is a groundbreaking interview series that goes behind the scenes of the fascinating craft of screenwriting. In these extensive in-depth discussions with savvy industry interviewers, 27 of today's most successful screenwriters share their work habits, methods and inspirations, secrets of the trade, business advice, and eye-opening stories from life in the trenches of the film industry. Each screenwriter discusses his or her filmography in great detail and breaks down the mechanics of one favorite scene from their produced work. These incisive discussions are essential viewing for anyone wanting to learn the screenwriting trade, film lovers of all types, and industry professionals in other fields. The writers' insights about the screenwriting life are rare and indispensable tools for how to make your screenplays better and crack the Hollywood code: the hard-earned practical and tactical wisdom of those already thriving in the industry. It's powerful knowledge - straight from the source. Sheldon Turner is the prototype for the smart, brash, ambitious young screenwriter - only he's also got a law degree from NYU and has had his fiction published in the New Yorker. Turner recently broke through with his script for the 2005 remake of The Longest Yard, starring Chris Rock and Adam Sandler, and he has half a dozen other scripts in development. He's got insane discipline, writes longhand, and boycotts email. He figured out how to work the system...

The One and Only (1978)

The One and Only is a 1978 comedy film starring Henry Winkler, directed by Carl Reiner and written by Steve Gordon.

Infinite Santa 8000 (2013)

In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, cyborg Santa Claus battles a giant Easter Bunny that was sent by Santa's nemesis to destroy him.

Lisa Rinna Dance Body Beautiful: Ballroom Body Blast (2008)

Lisa Rinna Dance Body Beautiful is the hip new workout method created and choreographed by Dancing With the Stars competitors and fan favorites Lisa Rinna and Louis Van Amstel. Encompassing totally unique routines that are fun and easy to follow, you can do these body blasting workouts anytime. NO PARTNER NEEDED! You don't need to be an expert to follow the routines. Each workout begins with an easy to learn breakdown of the dance. You'll start with a slow version, then medium, then a body blasting fast session that will leave you feeling like a dancing star. So get up! Get moving! It's the most fun you'll ever have losing weight, getting fit and dancing your way to a beautiful new body! DANCE WORKOUT INCLUDES Warm up; 1. Jive, Jam and Kick; 2. Hot Salsa Burn; 3. Samba Blast; 4. Disco Dream Body; Cool down.

Hip Hop Legends (2007)

It all started with two turntables and a microphone. Uncover the real history of Hip Hop, with exclusive interviews from the original gangsters, the pioneers of Hip Hop from the South Bronx. DMC (Run DMC), Afrika Bambaataa & the Zulu Nation, Melle Me and the Furious, Busy Bee, Kurtis Blow, DJ Skribble, Crash Crew, Grandmaster Caz, Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock and more, take us back to the dangerous streets in the early 70's and exclusively share their personal stories of the creation of the Hip Hop sound that is now a multi-billion dollar empire.

Circle Of Fury (2010)

Back from Iraq, Johnny Brown discovers that a new war is taking place in the streets of New York. In an attempt to get kids off the streets and instill the discipline he has learned in the Marine Corps, Brown launches a school for Mixed Martial Arts. But when a group of drug pushers try to use his school as a drug laundering business, an all out brawl occurs; pitting Brown against his childhood friend, who is now pursuing a life of crime.

Raspberry Magic (2010)

Raspberry Magic is an American independent drama film about a young girl, Monica Shah, and her belief that she can save her parents' marriage by winning the science fair. Her science project uses touch therapy to grow raspberries in a forest. She explores whether it is nature or nurture that can make them grow. Directed by Leena Pendharkar, produced by Megha Kadakia, the movie premiered at the Cinequest Film Festival and the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival in 2010.

Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela (2005)

Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela is a 2005 documentary film about a generation of men, considered terrorists by the U.S. government, who left South Africa to form the African National Congress and spread their message across the world. Filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris focuses on his stepfather Benjamin Pule Leinaeng, who was among the first ANC members to leave South Africa in 1960. Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela was met with critical acclaim, winning an Independent Spirit Award nomination for its Stranger Than Fiction category and was aired on PBS as part of its Point of View series in 2006.

Evidence (2013)

Evidence is a 2013 crime thriller horror film directed by Olatunde Osunsanmi and written by John Swetnam. The film stars Torrey DeVitto, Caitlin Stasey, Harry Lennix, Svetlana Metkina, Dale Dickey, Radha Mitchell, and Stephen Moyer and was released by Bold Films on July 19, 2013. It follows two detectives on their investigation of a brutal massacre with their only leads being recording devices found at the crime scene.

The Road to Love (2001)

A young, apparently straight Algerian-French student, Karim, goes on a sociological journey to find gay Muslims. That's where he meets Farid and reveals to himself that not only is there a gay Muslim culture but also that he might be homosexual.

Midnight 2 (1993)

No on will ever be able to forget the unspeakable atrocities committed one dark midnight at the Barnes farmhouse. Now, years later, Abraham (Matthew Jason Walsh), the last surviving member of the crazed family, has taken up residence in the suburbs of Pittsburgh. Armed with a video camera and his various implements of death, he stalks the streets of the city to satisfy his bloodlust...searching the psyches of his victims for his perfect mate. Enter Rebecca (Jo Norcia), a beautiful young bank teller who has unwittingly come under Abraham's deadly camera lens. With the help of a hard-boiled police detective (Chuck Pierce), she may be able to solve the murder of her best friend...or become the ultimate sacrifice in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse. From writer/director John A. Russo (HEARTSTOPPER, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD) comes a suspense-filled, nightmarish voyage through the mind of a serial killer...a voyage that leads straight into the heart of MIDNIGHT 2: SEX, DEATH AND VIDEOTAPE!

Exsanguination (2011)

While attempting to change a flat tire on his van in a dimly lit parking lot, a man (Mark T. Lee) is brutally attacked from behind and injected in the neck with a hypodermic needle. Hours later, the man regains consciousness and finds himself inside a small dark room shackled to the floor with both wrists slashed just a few feet away from a complete stranger (Shane Land) in the exact same predicament. Gradually hemorrhaging, the two men get to know one another as they ponder their deadly circumstance and try to keep each other awake for fear of becoming comatose.

Shadowhunters (2004)

Deep in the shadows of an abandoned, decaying hospital, the evil of a fallen angel is bound by an ancient spell. The spell has failed and the demon is now released! A group of sorority girls venture into the "haunted hospital" on pledge night. They are stuck inside the entire night with the angel, Malphaedor. Now free and seeking revenge, he must be vanquished by four quarreling demon hunters. The "Shadow Hunters" are trapped within the dreary hospital halls with the scantily clad sorority girls running rampant. Time is ticking, lives are at stake and our heroic foursome must send Malphaedor back to his hell.

Absolutely Modern (2014)

This comedy about Modernism, muses and the role of sexuality in art, is told by famed art critic Lord Steinway. When a soccer player, 29, confronts Steinway as his son, the story takes a modernist twist itself.

Find Your Way: A Busker's Documentary (2014)

The lives of five street performers.

South of Hell (2019)

Students at the Ridgemont School of Filmmaking are depressed because their faculty adviser is dead and the dean wants to cancel their production. A guest artist agrees to help them, but the star of their movie -- a ravenous monster -- is not amused. As the enthusiastic but clueless students blunder around a deserted house, the beast wreaks havoc and sends blood spraying to keep its secrets from being revealed.

Rhythm of the Rio Grande (1940)

(1940, Monogram) Tex Ritter, Suzan Dale, Warner Richmond. Seeking revenge on the killer of his pal, Tex rides to Cinco Valley. He is appalled to find the valley's settlers being subjected to theft and terror by a Mexican thug. Great action and songs make this worthwhile. Richmond always makes a great bad guy. From 16mm.