Threads (1984)

Threads is a 1984 British apocalyptic war drama television film jointly produced by the BBC, Nine Network and Western-World Television Inc. Written by Barry Hines, and directed and produced by Mick Jackson, it is a docudrama account of nuclear war and its effects on the city of Sheffield in Northern England. The plot centres on two families as a confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union erupts. As the nuclear exchange between NATO and the Warsaw Pact begins, the film depicts the medical, economic, social and environmental consequences of nuclear war.

Screw Loose (1999)

Svitati (or Screw Loose) is a 1999 Italian comedy film produced by Atmosphere Film S.r.l and Wolf Pictures, directed by and starring Ezio Greggio, written by Rudy De Luca and Steve Haberman, and also starring Ezio Greggio, Mel Brooks and Julie Condra. It was released on 15 February 1999.

Two Fathers: Justice for the Innocent (1994)

Two Fathers: Justice for the Innocent which stars Robert Conrad and George Hamilton is a vigilante type of film. This is the sequel to Two Fathers' Justice.

El ratón Pérez (2006)

El Ratón Pérez is a 2006 Spanish-Argentine film directed by Juan Pablo Buscarini, starring Delfina Varni, Nicolas Torcanowsky and the voices of Alejandro Awada as Ratón Perez, Mariano Chiesa as Commander Fugaz and Roly Serrano as El Rata. The film includes 3D animated characters created by the Patagonik Film Group in Argentina, and Filmax Animation in Spain. It was followed by a 2008 sequel, El Ratón Pérez 2. The film was screened at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival, under the English title The Hairy Tooth Fairy. Ratón Peréz is the Argentine-Spanish version of the tooth fairy.

The Bikini Carwash Company II (1993)

Comely carwash attendants turn to televised lingerie sales to save their financially strapped establishment.

A Fox's Tale (2008)

A Fox's Tale is a 2008 Hungarian, British animated film. The film's original Hungarian title is Kis Vuk. It is the sequel to the 1981 film The Little Fox. The English-language voice cast includes Freddie Highmore, Miranda Richardson, Bill Nighy and Sienna Miller.

Sandcastles (1972)

A young woman (Bonnie Bedelia) loves the ghost of a young man (Jan-Michael Vincent) who has died in an auto accident.

Patagonia (2010)

Patagonia is a 2010 British-Argentine drama film co-written and directed by Marc Evans. The story centers on Welsh and Argentine people connected to "Y Wladfa", the Welsh settlement in Patagonia, Argentina. The film stars several well-known Welsh actors including Matthew Rhys, Nia Roberts and the singer Duffy. It premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival on 10 June 2010 and had its UK premiere in Cardiff on 4 March 2011. It was selected as the British entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.

Radar Men From The Moon (1952)

Radar Men from the Moon is a 1952 black-and-white Republic Pictures' 12-chapter movie serial, the first Commando Cody serial starring newcomer George Wallace as Cody, Aline Towne as his sidekick Joan Gilbert, and serial veteran Roy Barcroft as the evil Retik, the Ruler of the Moon. The director was Fred C. Brannon, with a screenplay by Ronald Davidson, and special effects by the Lydecker brothers. This serial recycles the flying sequences from Republic's earlier 1949 serial King of the Rocket Men. It was later released by Republic in 1966 as the 100-minute television film Retik the Moon Menace.

The Nevada Buckaroo (1931)

The Nevada Buckaroo is a 1931 American film directed by John P. McCarthy.

The Rogue Song (1930)

The Rogue Song is a 1930 romantic musical film which tells the story of a Russian bandit who falls in love with a princess, but takes his revenge on her when her brother rapes and kills his sister. The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer production was directed by Lionel Barrymore and released in two versions, with and without sound. Hal Roach wrote and directed the Laurel and Hardy sequences and was not credited. The film stars Metropolitan Opera singer Lawrence Tibbett—who was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance—and Catherine Dale Owen. Laurel and Hardy were third-billed; their sequences were filmed at the last minute and interspersed throughout the film in an attempt to boost its potential box office appeal. This film, which was MGM's first all-talking Technicolor film, is partially lost, as there are no known complete prints of this film. Fragments do exist.

Boulder Dam (1936)

Boulder Dam is a 1936 American drama film directed by Frank McDonald and written by Sy Bartlett and Ralph Block. The film stars Ross Alexander, Patricia Ellis, Lyle Talbot, Eddie Acuff, Henry O'Neill and Egon Brecher. The film was released by Warner Bros. on March 7, 1936.

Freshman Love (1936)

Freshman Love is a 1936 sound film based on George Ade's oft filmed play The College Widow, adaptations of which were filmed twice previously, in 1915 and 1927. This version is directed by William McGann and is a comedy-musical starring Patricia Ellis. This is Lloyd Bridges' first film. A print is preserved at the Library of Congress.

Come Out Fighting (1945)

Come Out Fighting is a 1945 American film directed by William Beaudine. It was the last in the Monogram Pictures series of "East Side Kids" films before the series was reinvented as "The Bowery Boys." Film critic Leonard Maltin described the film as "grating," giving it one and a half out of four stars.

Francis Goes to West Point (1952)

Francis Goes to West Point is a 1952 American black-and-white comedy film from Universal-International, produced by Leonard Goldstein, directed by Arthur Lubin, and starring Donald O'Connor, Lori Nelson, Alice Kelley, and Gregg Palmer. The distinctive voice of Francis is a voice-over by actor Chill Wills. This is third film in Universal-International's Francis the Talking Mule series.

The Mouthpiece (1932)

The Mouthpiece is a 1932 American pre-Code crime drama film starring Warren William and directed by James Flood and Elliott Nugent. It was produced and distributed by Warner Bros.

Sonnensucher (1972)

Sun Seekers (German: Sonnensucher) is an East German film, directed by Konrad Wolf during 1958. It was banned and subsequently released only in 1972.

Pink Nights (1985)

In this high-spirited teen comedy, Danny, previously unnoticed by the opposite sex, gets more than he bargained for when his mom goes away and three beautiful girls move in. Even if his mom does come home early, this will still be a weekend Danny will never forget.

The Rescuers (2011)

An anti-genocide activist and a Holocaust historian trace the lives of thirteen diplomats who saved tens of thousands of Jews during World War II.

Sunsets (1997)

California high-school graduates (Josh Brand, Nicholas Konstant, Michael Idemoto) drift aimlessly through summer, drinking beer and committing petty offenses.

The Princes (1983)

A Gypsy (Grard Darmon) throws his wife out and steals to make ends meet for his mother (Muse Dalbray) and daughter.

Offshore (2006)

American workers rebel when their employer (Marty Bufalini) outsources their jobs to a fledgling call center in India.

On Again-Off Again (1937)

On Again-Off Again is a 1937 musical comedy film, released by RKO Radio Pictures starring the comedy team Wheeler & Woolsey.

A Sky Full of Stars for a Roof (1968)

A Sky Full of Stars for a Roof (Italian: ...e per tetto un cielo di stelle) is a 1968 Italian Spaghetti Western comedy film. It is the second western film directed by Giulio Petroni. At first the director was to be Franco Giraldi, but then he moved to direct A Minute to Pray, a Second to Die and Petroni replaced him. The film was generally praised for its opening sequence, that was defined by several critics as one of the best in the whole spaghetti western genre.

Four Fast Guns (1960)

Four Fast Guns is a 1960 American Western film directed by William J. Hole Jr. and written by James Edmiston and Dallas Gaultois. The film stars James Craig, Martha Vickers, Edgar Buchanan, Brett Halsey, Paul Richards and Richard Martin. The film was released on February 10, 1960, by Universal Pictures.

Fire with Fire (1986)

Fire with Fire is a 1986 American romantic drama film about a young woman from a Catholic boarding school who runs away with an escapee from a nearby prison camp. The film stars Virginia Madsen, Craig Sheffer, Jon Polito, Kate Reid, Kari Wuhrer, Tim Russ and D. B. Sweeney. It was directed by Duncan Gibbins, and features a soundtrack by noted film composer Howard Shore. It was released on VHS in 1986 by its own studio and on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on July 31, 2012, by Olive Films and is now available for online streaming rental and download buying through Amazon, Apple's iTunes Store and Vudu.

Stripper: Natasha Kizmet (2011)

A hottie (Natasha Kizmet) from Uzbekistan fends off perverts, porn stars and more as she makes her way down the road to the American dream.

Madame Butterfly (1954)

Madame Butterfly (Italian: Madama Butterfly) is a 1954 Italian-Japanese musical film directed by Carmine Gallone and starring Kaoru Yachigusa, Nicola Filacuridi and Michiko Tanaka. It is based on the opera Madama Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini.

Lost River: Lincoln's Secret Weapon (2010)

Anna Ella Carroll assists Abraham Lincoln as an unofficial member of his Cabinet and later devises the Tennessee River Plan that brought an early end to the Civil War.

The Mailbag Robbery (1957)

The Flying Scot is a 1957 British crime film directed by Compton Bennett and starring Lee Patterson, Kay Callard and Alan Gifford. The film was released in the U.S. as Mailbag Robbery.

The Magnificent Dare Devil (1973)

A race-car driver must elude the police and two rival criminal organizations as he tries to locate a suitcase full of heroin and absolve himself of murder.

From Hell to Heaven (1933)

From Hell to Heaven is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama film. It was directed by Erle C. Kenton, and features an ensemble cast including Carole Lombard, Jack Oakie, Adrienne Ames and Sidney Blackmer.

Vera (1986)

Vera is a 1986 Brazilian drama film written and directed by Sérgio Toledo. Shot in São Paulo, it stars Ana Beatriz Nogueira, Norma Blum, Raul Cortez and Carlos Kroeber. The film is based on the life of Anderson Bigode Herzer, a transsexual most known as the author of poems book A queda para o alto (Descending Upwards).

Fathers (2012)

Two single fathers and their sons are devastated by the loss of their wives and mothers until they find God.

Candide (1960)

Candide ou l'Optimisme du XXe siècle (English: Candide, or the Optimist of the Twentieth Century) is a 1960 French comedy drama film directed by Norbert Carbonnaux and written by Carbonnaux and Albert Simonin. It stars Jean-Pierre Cassel as Candide, Pierre Brasseur as Pangloss, Louis de Funès as the officer of the Gestapo, and Daliah Lavi as Cunégonde. The film was released under the titles Candide (alternative French title; USA), Candide oder der Optimismus im 20. Jahrhundert (West Germany), Candide, avagy a XX. század optimizmusa (Hungary), and Kandyd czyli optymizm XX wieku (Poland).

Blessed Event (1932)

Blessed Event is a 1932 American pre-Code comedy-drama film starring Lee Tracy as a newspaper gossip columnist who becomes entangled with a gangster. The Tracy character (Alvin Roberts) was reportedly patterned after Walter Winchell, famous gossip columnist of the era. The film was Dick Powell's film debut.

Little Miss Big (1946)

Little Miss Big is a 1946 American comedy film directed by Erle C. Kenton and written by Erna Lazarus. The film stars Beverly Simmons, Frederick Brady, Fay Holden, Frank McHugh, Dorothy Morris and Milburn Stone. The film was released on August 30, 1946, by Universal Pictures.

Ape (1976)

Ape (stylised as A*P*E and released in South Korea as 킹콩의 대역습 - King Kong eui daeyeokseup; The Great Counterattack of King Kong) is a 1976 monster movie. It was an American/South Korean co-production produced by Kukje Movies and the Lee Ming Film Co. (South Korea) and Worldwide Entertainment (USA) with 3-D effects. Directed by Paul Leder and featuring special effects by Park Kwang Nam, the film stars Rod Arrants, Joanna Kerns and Alex Nicol. It was released at approximately the same time as Dino De Laurentiis' 1976 remake of King Kong. The film is generally regarded by some critics as a campy Z movie. In latter years the film has gone under the titles of Attack of the Giant Horny Gorilla (for its 1982 grindhouse re-release), and Hideous Mutant (for its original home video release). It marked an early film appearance by Kerns, who later moved to TV movies and shows.

Czlowiek na torze (1957)

Man on the Tracks (Polish: Człowiek na torze) is a 1956 film by Andrzej Munk. Man on the Tracks was one of the first films of the so-called Polish Film School and as such influenced the whole generation of young directors who participated in the movement. The film tells the story, mostly in flashback, of a railway worker who is fired from his job for alleged sabotage of the Socialist methods of work.

Errors of the Human Body (2013)

Obsessively struggling to develop a cure for a rare genetic ailment, which caused the death of his infant son, Geneticist Geoff Burton (Michael Eklund, The Call ) is forced to relocate to an isolated research facility in Dresden, Germany. Completely consumed by his research, Burton is on the brink of discovery but soon realizes that his own work may bear more consequences than he previously thought.

My Mother, the Mermaid (2004)

My Mother, the Mermaid is a 2004 South Korean film about a young woman who quarrels with her mother but is somehow transported back in time and sees her parents' courtship. In her youth, her mother was a haenyeo, a traditional freediver.

Sergeant Madden (1939)

Sergeant Madden is a 1939 film noir forerunner directed by Josef von Sternberg and starring Wallace Beery. The supporting cast in this dark police movie, noted for its imaginative and evocative cinematography, includes Laraine Day, Alan Curtis, and Marc Lawrence.

Brave Warrior (1952)

Brave Warrior is a 1952 Technicolor western film, directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and starring Jon Hall and Christine Larsen. The story is based on events of the War of 1812 and the Battle of Tippecanoe, but contains historical inaccuracies, mainly in that Tecumseh sided with the Americans and not the British.

Revolution (1968)

Revolution is a documentary film by Jack O'Connell made in San Francisco in 1967. It was subsequently revived with added reminiscences. Although most interviewees are not named some of them have been identified, such as Kurt Hirschhorn, Frank Jordan, Cecil Williams and Herb Caen. Daria Halprin appears in the film as herself. Also appearing in the film are the Ace of Cups, Country Joe and the Fish, and Dan Hicks.

Buckle Brothers (2005)

Four young adults from South Central Los Angeles and Compton, Calif., find hope by living the cowboy lifestyle.

Dream of a Warrior (2001)

A Korean cop (Leon Lai) agrees to go back in time to rescue a woman (Eun-hye Park) who looks just like the mysterious beauty haunting his dreams.

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (2003)

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised, also known as Chávez: Inside the Coup, is a 2003 documentary film focusing on events in Venezuela leading up to and during the April 2002 coup d'état attempt, which saw President Hugo Chávez removed from office for two days. With particular emphasis on the role played by Venezuela's private media, the film examines several key incidents: the protest march and subsequent violence that provided the impetus for Chávez's ousting; the opposition's formation of an interim government headed by business leader Pedro Carmona; and the Carmona administration's collapse, which paved the way for Chávez's return. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised was directed by Irish filmmakers Kim Bartley and Donnacha Ó Briain. Given direct access to Chávez, the filmmakers intended to make a fly-on-the-wall biography of the president. They spent seven months filming in Venezuela, following Chávez and his staff and interviewing ordinary citizens. As the coup unfolded on 11 April, Bartley and Ó Briain filmed on the streets of the capital, Caracas, capturing footage of protesters and the erupting violence. Later, they filmed many of the political upheavals inside Miraflores, the presidential palace.

Arabian Adventure (1979)

An evil magician seeks to gain power by obtaining a magic rose. A peasant boy and a prince join forces to stop him.

The Test (1935)

A fur trapper resorts to thievery as he and a rival vie for the attention of a trading post owner's daughter.

Bedtime Worries (1933)

Bedtime Worries is a 1933 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 124th (36th talking episode) Our Gang short that was released.

Little Canyon (2008)

A newly separated father and his three children drive away to a new life in Los Angeles.

Fatty Joins the Force (1913)

Fatty Joins the Force is a 1913 American short comedy film featuring Fatty Arbuckle. It features the Keystone Kops in a background role.

Hawkeye (1988)

Hawkeye aka Karate Cops is a martial arts film that was directed by George Chung and Leo Fong. It starred George Chung, Troy Donahue, Chuck Jeffreys, Stan Wertlieb, Hidy Ochiai and Elizabeth Frieje.A man is killed and a cop and his partner are relentless in their pursuit of the killers.

Madina's Dream (2015)

Rebels and refugees fight to survive in Sudan's Nuba Mountains.

Second Honeymoon (2001)

The children of a couple (Roma Downey, Tim Matheson) on the brink of divorce send their parents on a trip in hopes of rekindling the romance.

Mi mejor regalo (2013)

A man's life takes a new path when he learns he has an 8-year-old daughter from a previous relationship.

Love at First Child (2015)

Love at First Child (original title: Ange et Gabrielle) is a 2015 French romantic comedy film directed by Anne Giafferi and starring Isabelle Carré and Patrick Bruel. The screenplay by Anne Giafferi and Anne Le Ny is based on a play by Murielle Magellan.

Dancing Across Borders (2010)

In Cambodia, filmmaker Anne Bass discovers a teenage boy with an amazing talent for dance, and she brings him to New York's School of American Ballet to study.

My Big Night (2015)

It's only October, but the network's annual black-tie New Year's Eve spectacular has already been in production for a grueling week and a half, and setbacks continue to accumulate. A falling crane has just taken out an extra, and the show's hosts are at each other's throats. Oversexed pop sensation Adán (Mario Casas) discovers two women have stolen his semen, while legendary divo Alphonso (Raphael) is stalked by an armed and unstable would-be songwriter (Jaime Ordóñez). Meanwhile, just outside the studio, riot police move in as demonstrators demand the arrest of the shows corrupt producer (Santiago Segura).

The Dawn Trail (1930)

The Dawn Trail is a 1930 American western film, directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Marceline Day, Miriam Seegar, and Charles Morton, and was released on November 28, 1930.

Wuthering Heights (1998)

Wuthering Heights is a 1998 British television film directed by David Skynner and produced by Jo Wright. It is based on the novel Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë. The novel was adapted for the screen by Neil McKay. The film was released by ITV on 5 April 1998 in the United Kingdom and released by WGBH-TV on 18 October 1998 in the United States.

The Idiot Returns (1999)

The Idiot Returns is a 1999 Czech film directed by Saša Gedeon. It was the Czech Republic's submission to the 72nd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

The Blancheville Monster (1963)

The Blancheville Monster is a 1963 horror film directed by Alberto de Martino. The film's script by Gianni Grimaldi and Bruno Corbucci is promoted as being based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe, but actually only borrows elements from the short stories "The Fall of the House of Usher", "A Tale of the Ragged Mountains" and "Some Words with a Mummy". Long after its release, director Alberto de Martino described his film as "a little film of no importance".

Made in Italy (2008)

A French writer (Gilbert Melki) born in Italy returns to Turin with his sister (Amira Casar) after his father's sudden death.

Big Bad Bugs (2012)

Special-ops soldiers encounter a wave of enormous creepy-crawlies that have invaded Earth from another dimension.

Africa Screams (1949)

Africa Screams is a 1949 American adventure comedy film starring Abbott and Costello and directed by Charles Barton that parodied the safari genre. The title is a play on the title of the 1930 documentary Africa Speaks!. The supporting cast features Clyde Beatty, Frank Buck, Max Baer, Buddy Baer, Shemp Howard, and Joe Besser.

The Wave I Ride (2015)

After Paige Alms starts surfing at age 9, she goes on to become Maui's big wave ambassador.

Woman Unafraid (1934)

A policewoman tries to help several young women with shady pasts turn their lives around.

Man of Courage (1943)

Man of Courage is a 1943 American crime film directed by Alexis Thurn-Taxis and written by Arthur St. Claire, Barton MacLane and John Vlahos. The film stars Barton MacLane, Charlotte Wynters, Lyle Talbot, Dorothy Burgess, Patsy Nash and Forrest Taylor. The film was released on January 4, 1943, by Producers Releasing Corporation.

Red Carpet (2005)

Quinzinho (Matheus Nachtergaele) lives on a farm with his wife, Zulmira (Gorete Milagres), and son, Neco (Vincius Miranda). When the boy turns 10, his father takes him to see a movie starring famous Brazilian actor Amcio Mazzaropi. Quinzinho would like to continue the tradition and take Neco to see more of the actor's movies. The only problem is that Mazzaropi's films are now very hard to find. So Quinzinho and his family hit the road in the hopes of finding a theater that has one.

Entangled (1993)

Entangled (French: Les veufs) is a 1993 French-Canadian thriller film directed by Max Fischer and starring Judd Nelson and Pierce Brosnan.

The Mighty Kong (1998)

The Mighty Kong is a 1998 American direct-to-video animated, musical adaptation of the classic King Kong story. Jodi Benson and Dudley Moore (in his last role before his death in 2002) headed its cast of voice actors. It features original songs by the Sherman Brothers. It was released on VHS on June 16, 1998 by Warner Home Video and Warner Bros. Family Entertainment.

Hardware Wars (1978)

Hardware Wars is a 1978 short film parody of a teaser trailer for the science fiction film Star Wars. The thirteen-minute film, which was released almost 18 months after Star Wars, consisted of little more than inside jokes and visual puns that heavily depended upon audience familiarity with the original. The theme song is Richard Wagner's famous "Ride of the Valkyries".

Bees Saal Baad (1962)

Bees Saal Baad is a 1962 Indian Hindi-language psychological thriller film. It was produced by Hemant Kumar, who also composed the music and sang some of the songs. The film marks the directorial debut of Biren Nag, and stars Biswajeet, Waheeda Rehman, Madan Puri, Sajjan and Asit Sen.

Big Bad Mama II (1987)

Big Bad Mama II is a 1987 film. It is a sequel to Big Bad Mama (1974).

That Night's Wife (1930)

In noirish darkness, a man commits a shocking robbery. But, as we soon learn, this seeming criminal mastermind is actually a sensitive everyman driven to desperation by the need to provide for his family. Unfolding over the course of one night, Yasujiro Ozu’s That Night’s Wife combines suspense with the emotional domestic drama one associates with the filmmaker’s later masterpieces, and employs beautifully evocative camera work.

Mob Town (1941)

Mob Town (1941) is a Universal film starring the Dead End Kids and the Little Tough Guys.

Bending the Rules (2013)

Iranian college students want to travel abroad to perform at an international arts festival, but the lead actress's father has forbidden her to leave the country.

The Only Mother to You All (2008)

Ang Tanging Ina N'yong Lahat (lit: "The Only Mother To You All") is a 2008 Filipino comedy film starring Ai-Ai de las Alas and Eugene Domingo. It is the sequel to a 2003 comedy film Ang Tanging Ina. It was released on December 25, 2008 as Star Cinema's official entry to the 2008 Metro Manila Film Festival. The film grossed a total of PHP 204 million and it used to be the all time box office hit in the Philippines until Star Cinema's You Changed My Life beat it. As of April 2009, it grossed ₱229.96 million pesos. Ai-Ai de las Alas reprises her role Ina Montecilio. It also stars Eugene Domingo as Rowena, Carlo Aquino as Tri, Alwyn Uytingco as Pip, Shaina Magdayao as Seven, Serena Dalrymple as Cate, Jiro Manio as Shammy and Yuuki Kadooka as Ten-Ten.

Revenge of the Shogun Women (1977)

Thirteen rape victims become kung-fu-fighting nuns in circa-1800 China.

The Black Duke (1963)

The Black Duke (Italian: Il duca nero) is a 1963 Italian historical adventure film directed by Pino Mercanti.

The Public Defender (1931)

The Public Defender is a 1931 Pre-Code crime film directed by J. Walter Ruben, starring Richard Dix and featuring Boris Karloff. Rich playboy Pike Winslow dons the mantle of 'The Reckoner', a mysterious avenger, when he learns that his lady friend Barbara Gerry's father has been framed in a bank embezzlement scandal. Using meticulous planning and split-second timing, Pike, along with his associates, the erudite 'Professor' and tough-guy scrapper 'Doc', attempt to find proof that will clear Gerry and identify the real culprits.

Harrigan's Kid (1943)

Harrigan's Kid is a 1943 American drama film directed by Charles Reisner and written by Martin Berkeley, Henry Blankfort and Alan Friedman. The film stars Bobby Readick, Frank Craven, William Gargan, J. Carrol Naish and Jay Ward. The film was released on March 17, 1943, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Cobra (1977)

A man fights a band of island smugglers known as the Three-Headed Cobra.

Veronico Cruz (1988)

Verónico Cruz (Spanish: Verónico Cruz: La deuda interna) is a 1988 Argentine and British drama film. The motion picture is directed by Miguel Pereira, his first, and written by Pereira and Eduardo Leiva Muller. The movie was produced by Julio Lencina and Sasha Menocki and features Juan José Camero, Gonzalo Morales, among others. The author of the book, Fortunato Ramos, appears in the film in the opening scenes as Verónico's father.The drama tells the story of an Argentine elementary-school teacher sent by the government to a rural hamlet located in the northwestern province of Jujuy. It shows how he touches the lives of the villagers, especially the young and impressionable boy Verónico, whose mother died and father left to seek work when he was an infant. The film is based on a non-fiction book written by Fortunato Ramos, a rural teacher in northwest Argentina, that discusses his teaching experiences.

Employees' Entrance (1933)

Employees' Entrance is a 1933 Pre-Code film about the devious manager of a New York department store (Warren William) and his romantic involvement with a reluctant new employee (Loretta Young). It was directed by Roy Del Ruth.

The Journey Of L.A. Mass (2015)

Donald Taylor leads the L.A. Mass Choir to commercial success and changes the gospel music scene.

The Jungle Bunch 2: The Great Treasure Quest (2014)

Your favorite animals are back for an all-new family adventure! Join Maurice, the beloved penguin-tiger, and the Jungle Bunch on their exciting quest for hidden pirate treasure! Hold on to your seats, because the wacky treasure hunt includes all sorts of new adventures and silly surprises, including booby traps, a village of crazy rabbits, and a mysterious “Yellow Dragon.” Can the Jungle Bunch outsmart Captain Grubby Beard, his evil gang of Pirates, and an outrageous heap of obstacles to find the precious hidden treasure? Full of laughs and memorable characters, The Jungle Bunch 2: The Great Treasure Quest features award-winning actor and The New York Times best-selling children’s book author John Lithgow as the voice of Maurice.

Irumbu Kuthirai (2014)

Irumbu Kuthirai (English: Iron Horse) is a 2014 Tamil action film written and directed by Yuvaraj Bose and produced by AGS Entertainment. The film stars Atharvaa, Priya Anand and Johnny Tri Nguyen in the leading roles, while Raai Laxmi appears in a supporting role. The film was released on August 29, 2014.

Vita Activa: The Spirit of Hannah Arendt (2016)

A brand new documentary about one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century. WINNER - BEST DOCUMENTARY - SANTA BARBARA FILM FESTIVAL The German-Jewish philosopher Hannah Arendt caused an uproar in the 1960s by coining the subversive concept of the "Banality of Evil" when referring to the trial of Adolph Eichmann, which she covered for the New Yorker magazine. Her private life was no less controversial thanks to her early love affair with the renowned German philosopher and Nazi supporter Martin Heidegger. This thought provoking and spirited documentary, with its abundance of archival materials, offers an intimate portrait of the whole of Arendt's life, traveling to places where she lived, worked, loved, and was betrayed, as she wrote about the open wounds of modern times. Through her books, which are still widely read and the recent release of Margarethe von Trotta's biopic Hannah Arendt (also a Zeitgeist Films release) there is renewed interest in Arendt throughout the world, especially among young people who find her insights into the nature of evil, totalitarianism, ideologies, and the perils faced by refugees, more relevant than ever. To book this film in the US please contact Nancy Gerstman or Emily Russo or call 212-274-1989. For bookings in Canada please email [email protected] . For bookings outside North America contact Go2Films .

Life Returns (1935)

Life Returns is a 1935 American film directed by Eugene Frenke and James P. Hogan and released by Universal Pictures.

The World Accuses (1934)

The World Accuses is a 1934 American drama film directed by Charles Lamont and starring Vivian Tobin, Dickie Moore and Cora Sue Collins.

Jeon Woochi (2009)

Jeon Woo-chi (Hangul: 전우치; also known as Woochi, Jeon Woo-chi: The Taoist Wizard or Woochi: The Demon Slayer) is a 2009 South Korean fantasy action film written and directed by Choi Dong-hoon who departs from his popular heist films Tazza: The High Rollers and The Big Swindle for this big-budget, special effects-filled action romp that was equally popular with the Korean audience, earning over six million admissions over the 2009 Christmas period. Based on a Korean folktale, it stars Kang Dong-won in the title role. The film became the 3rd best selling film of 2009 with 6,100,532 tickets sold nationwide.

Mark of the Witch (1970)

A professor (Robert Elston) and a student (Anitra Walsh) of superstition are taken by a 17th-century witch (Marie Santell).

Nanhe Jaisalmer: A Dream Come True (2007)

Nanhe Jaisalmer - A Dream Come True is a 2007 'psychological thriller' film directed by Samir Karnik and featuring Bobby Deol as himself and child actor Dwij Yadav in the title role. The film has a new actor, who has appeared in a couple of films, Vatsal Seth in a cameo role in the film, as Nanhe Jaiselmer, In the adult future.The film is based in Rajasthan.

The Man Inside (1958)

The Man Inside is a 1958 British crime adventure film brought to the screen by Warwick Film Productions. The screenplay from David Shaw was based on a novel by M. E. Chaber and was directed by John Gilling. The film was Bonar Colleano's last role before he died in a car accident.

Highpoint (1982)

Highpoint was a Canadian 1982 action film starring Richard Harris, Christopher Plummer and Beverly D'Angelo. The film was shot mainly in Quebec, but features a shot of stuntman Dar Robinson jumping off of the Toronto CN Tower in 1979. The stunt used a parachute hidden under his coat.

Nise: The Heart Of Madness (2016)

1940’s, Brazil- Dr. Nise da Silveira (Played by award-winning actress Gloria Pires) is at work in a psychiatric hospital on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro and refuses to employ the new and violent electroshock for the treatment of schizophrenics. Ridiculed by doctors, she is forced to take the abandoned Sector for Occupational Therapy, where she starts a revolution through paints, dogs and love. Through her efforts, renowned modern art museums opened their doors to artists nobody ever heard of. Many critics pointed out that these exhibitions revealed painters that went on to be ranked amongst the best Brazillian artists of the century. Behind this miracle there was no art academy, patron or dealer. The artists were schizophrenic, poor, hospitalized for several decades, abandoned by their families and hopeless to all but da Silveira. NISE:THE HEART OF MADNESS tells the real life story of this "miracle" and the life of this rebellious, frail and engaging psychiatrist.