Freebird... The Movie (1996)

Freebird... The Movie is an in-depth look at Southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd. Released on August 30, 1996, it is part documentary and part concert footage. Charlie Daniels was involved as "creative consultant".

Yes, Madam! (1985)

Yes, Madam is a 1985 Hong Kong action film directed by Corey Yuen, and produced by Sammo Hung, who also co-stars in the film. The film stars Michelle Yeoh as Senior Inspector Ng who teams up with Inspector Carrie Morris to get a hold of microfilm which has been taken unknowingly by low level thieves Asprin and Strepsil.

Balance Of Power (1996)

A martial-arts instructor (Billy Blanks) seeks a sensei's (Mako) help to avenge his friend's death in mortal combat.

Audrie & Daisy (2016)

Audrie & Daisy is an American documentary film about three cases of rape. The documentary includes the stories of two American high school students, Audrie Pott and Daisy Coleman. At the time of the sexual assaults, Pott was 15 and Coleman was 14 years old. After the assaults, the victims and their families were subjected to abuse and cyberbullying. The documentary follows their outcomes through time, social media, court documents and police investigations. The film directors Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk, a husband-and-wife team who have teenage children of their own, had been fascinated by the role of social media in teenage lives and were attracted to the subject of the Daisy Coleman story as "a modern-day ‘Scarlet Letter’ story.”

The Nature Of Existence (2010)

Interviewers ask people who have influenced humanity to talk about their beliefs.

Age of Uprising: The Legend of Michael Kohlhaas (2013)

An epic drama set in 16th-century France against a backdrop of feudalism in decline, Age of Uprising: The Legend of Michael Kohlhaas stars Mads Mikkelsen (A Royal Affair, Valhalla Rising, Hannibal) as a well-to-do horse merchant who resorts to fanatical and violent extremes to obtain justice after a nobleman openly and illegally humiliates him by stealing two of his horses. Adapted from Heinrich von Kleist's novella, a classic of German Romanticism, Michael Kohlhaas was previously adapted for film in 1969 by Volker Schlöndorff and served as the inspiration for E.L. Doctorow's Ragtime.

Last Summer (2014)

A young Japanese mother has four days to forge a connection with her son before she is forced to part with him for many years.

The Pink Jungle (1968)

The Pink Jungle is a 1968 Technicolor action adventure comedy film starring James Garner, George Kennedy and Eva Renzi. The film was directed by Delbert Mann and written by Charles Williams, adapting the 1965 novel Snake Water by Alan Williams.

The Man in the Attic (1995)

A married woman (Anne Archer) hides her teen lover (Neil Patrick Harris) in 1910 Milwaukee and keeps him a secret tenant for 20 years.

Kundanapu Bomma (2016)

A love triangle unfolds in a village of large families.

The Very Thought of You (1944)

For the 1998 British romantic comedy, see Martha, Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence. The Very Thought of You is a 1944 romantic drama film starring Dennis Morgan and Eleanor Parker. In World War II, an American soldier on a short leave falls in love with and marries a woman.

Ciao, Professore! (1992)

Ciao, Professore! is a 1992 Italian "fish out of water" comedy film about an elementary school teacher from northern Italy who is sent by mistake to an impoverished town in the Naples region of southern Italy. There he must deal with vast cultural differences and teach chronically truant children who only respect violence and power, especially one young boy who is already caught up in the gangster lifestyle. The film was directed by Lina Wertmüller and stars Paolo Villaggio.The script was inspired by the 1990 Italian bestseller Io speriamo che me la cavo (Me, Let's Hope I Make It). The book is a collection of essays written by the students of Italian primary school teacher Marcello D'Orta, who taught in Arzano, a suburb of Naples. In the essays the children describe many of the difficulties they and their families encounter (poverty, drugs, crime, the disrepair of their city, etc.). Io speriamo che me la cavo was also the original Italian title of the film. Reviewer Marc Vincenti notes of the film's R rating, "Why, you might ask, is a film that is without an iota of sex or violence, and that has completely to do with 8- and 9-year-olds, off limits to that very age group as an audience? Let's just say it was a good thing the subtitler knew how to spell four-letter words."

Inherit the Wind (1999)

Inherit the Wind is a 1999 American television film adaptation of the play of the same name which originally aired on Showtime. The original 1955 play was written as a parable which fictionalized the 1925 Scopes "Monkey" Trial as a means of discussing the 1950s McCarthy trials.

Callas assoluta (2007)

Filmmaker Philippe Kohly examines the life and art of operatic soprano Maria Callas.

Out of Darkness (2013)

Nine voices tell the story of an aid worker's death.

Tromeo And Juliet (1996)

Tromatic retelling of the Bard's classic tale of star-crossed love written by James Gunn (Scooby Doo, Dawn of the Dead 2004) and directed by Lloyd Kaufman!

Retrograde (2004)

Retrograde is a 2004 science fiction action film directed by Christopher Kulikowski and starring Dolph Lundgren. The film was released theatrically in South Korea on 14 January 2005. It was shot in Italy and Luxembourg.

The Iris Effect (2005)

A desperate woman (Anne Archer) travels to Russia to search for her gifted son who disappeared 10 years earlier.

The Velvet Touch (1948)

The Velvet Touch is a 1948 American drama film noir directed by Jack Gage. The film features Rosalind Russell, Leon Ames, Leo Genn and Claire Trevor.

Rz-9 (2015)

After cities are wiped out by terrorists, the government uses drones and soldiers to monitor the population. When Patterson, a drone controller, sees his name on a list, he steals top-secret information and tries to give it to resistance fighters.

Sammy and Me (2002)

A writer (Ricardo Darn) falls in love with a beautiful woman (Angie Cepeda) while becoming the star of his own television show.

The Ghost Comes Home (1940)

The Ghost Comes Home is a 1940 American comedy film directed by Wilhelm Thiele and written by Richard Maibaum and Harry Ruskin. The film stars Frank Morgan, Billie Burke, Ann Rutherford, John Shelton, Reginald Owen and Donald Meek. The film was released on March 8, 1940, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Rails Into Laramie (1954)

Rails Into Laramie is a 1954 American Western film directed by Jesse Hibbs and written by D.D. Beauchamp and Joseph Hoffman. The film stars John Payne, Mari Blanchard, Dan Duryea, Joyce Mackenzie, Barton MacLane and Ralph Dumke. The film was released on April 14, 1954, by Universal Pictures.

Personal Vendetta (1995)

A woman (Mimi Lesseos) joins the Los Angeles Police Department after her husband (Timothy Bottoms) severely beats her.

Ballou (2008)

Ballou Senior High School Marching Band overcomes many obstacles to take part in a competition.

Crime and Passion (1976)

Crime and Passion, also known as Ace Up My Sleeve, is a 1976 film.

Live (2014)

Live (ライヴ) is a 2014 Japanese horror mystery suspense film directed by Noboru Iguchi and starring Yuki Yamada which was released on 10 May, 2014.

The Overtaxed (1959)

I Tartassati is an Italian comedy film from 1959, directed by Stefano Vanzina, written by Aldo Fabrizi, starring Totò and Louis de Funès. The film is known under the titles The Overtaxed (English) and Fripouillard et Compagnie (French).

White Banners (1938)

White Banners is a 1938 Warner Bros. drama film starring Claude Rains, Fay Bainter, Jackie Cooper, Bonita Granville, Henry O'Neill, and Kay Johnson. Directed by Edmund Goulding and produced by Henry Blanke and Hal B. Wallis, the screenplay was adapted by Lenore J. Coffee, Abem Finkel and Cameron Rogers based on the 1936 novel of the same title by Lloyd C. Douglas. The movie, Fay Bainter and others of the cast received very good reviews in the Los Angeles Times. Bainter was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance as Hannah Parmalee.

On the Ropes (2007)

The daughter and niece of a boxing coach face each other in a match.

A Trick of the Mind (2006)

A private investigator (Stacy Grant) tells a woman (Alexandra Holden) a shocking secret about her husband (Paul Johansson).

Motive for Revenge (1935)

Motive for Revenge is a 1935 American mystery film directed by Burt P. Lynwood and starring Donald Cook, Irene Hervey and Doris Lloyd. After being released from prison, a former bank teller imprisoned for embezzlement is suspected of murdering his former wife's new husband.

Fate (2003)

Two detectives try to hunt down a bizarre murderer who slaughters his victims before using them as real-life puppets.

A Small Good Thing (2015)

This feature-length documentary is set in western Massachusetts in the Berkshires, long a destination for change-seekers, spiritual explorers, artists, and musicians seeking solace and stimulation amid the pastoral landscape — the perfect setting for a story about renewing personal and universal bonds. The film follows innovative farmer Sean Stanton, social work student Tim Durrin and yoga teacher Mark Gerow, whose earlier careers in the armed forces have now shifted to service of a different kind; Jen and Pete Salinetti, a college-educated couple with two small children who have chosen to be farmers as a way to connect with their community; and Shirley Edgerton, community activist and founder of both the Youth Alive Step Team and the Women of Color Giving Circle. What these people share is a deep desire to have more meaning in their lives, a closer bond with their families and communities, and a connection to themselves and the natural world.

Gundress (1999)

In 2100 a former policewoman (Masako Katsuki) forms an alliance to protect Japan from terrorists.

The Orange Man (2015)

Legend tells of a disgruntled orange salesman who snapped one day and murdered a family. Twenty years later, an unsuspecting group plans a pleasant weekend getaway as a break from the stress of day-to-day life. What bad things ever happen at an orange grove?

Fighting for My Daughter (1995)

A desperate woman (Lindsay Wagner) sets out to save her teenage daughter (Renee Humphrey) recruited by a prostitution ring.

Stagecoach to Denver (1946)

Stagecoach to Denver is a 1946 American Western; one of Republic Pictures Red Ryder film series directed by R.G. Springsteen.

The Three Marias (2002)

The Three Marias (Portuguese: As Três Marias) is a 2002 Brazilian-Italian crime drama film directed by Aluizio Abranches. Set in Pernambuco, it tells the story of a woman (played by Marieta Severo) who takes revenge on her former lover and his family with the help of her three daughters, all named Maria. The film was screened in the HBF Harvest section of the 44th International Film Festival Rotterdam and in the Panorama section of the 52nd Berlin International Film Festival.

Kill or Cure (1962)

Kill or Cure is a 1962 British comedy film, in which an inept private investigator is called to look into the strange goings-on at a health club. It was filmed mainly at Aldenham House in Elstree, Hertfordshire in the summer of 1961. The house was used for many of the inside shots together with the surrounding parkland for the holiday chalets. Filming was still taking place in September 1961 as the Haberdashers' Aske's School for Boys moved into a new school built on the rest of the site having just moved from Hampstead. The house became the administrative centre for the school with the school reception being where the hotel reception is in the film.

Scalpel (1977)

In this feature film, A psychopathic plastic surgeon transforms a young accident victim into the spitting image of his missing daughter.

Prey of the Jaguar (1996)

After a vengeful drug lord (Stacy Keach) escapes from prison and murders the wife and son of former secret agent Derek Leigh (Maxwell Caulfield), Derek seeks revenge. Inspired by his son's drawings of a superhero named the Jaguar, he assembles a stealthy costume and becomes the dark defender. After training with a martial arts teacher and collecting an arsenal of weapons created by a toy maker, Derek infiltrates the criminal underworld and fights his way to justice.

Cru (2014)

Many years after a catastrophic accident changed their lives forever, a gravely ill man (Keith Robinson) reunites his estranged friends to open a pathway to redemption.

Desolation Canyon (2006)

Desolation Canyon is a 2006 American made-for-television western film starring Stacy Keach and Patrick Duffy. The film was written by Dan Fitzsimons, directed by David S. Cass Sr. and premiered on Hallmark Channel on July 1, 2006.

'38 - Vienna Before the Fall (1986)

'38 – Vienna Before the Fall (German: 38 – Auch das war Wien) is a 1987 Austrian-West German co-produced drama film directed by Wolfgang Glück. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 59th Academy Awards. The German title is literally translated as '38 - That, too, was Vienna', but it is also known in English as '38 - Vienna Before the Fall. It is set in Vienna in 1937-38 at the time of the Anschluss.

Thundering Fleas (1926)

Thundering Fleas is a 1926 Our Gang film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 51st Our Gang short subject released.

You Must Remember This (1992)

A girl pries open a trunk and discovers her barber uncle (Robert Guillaume) was a pioneer black filmmaker of the 1940s.

Cine Manifest (2006)

Several artists reminisce about a time when people weren't afraid to fight for their ideals.

Way Back Home (1931)

Way Back Home is a 1931 American Pre-Code drama film directed by William A. Seiter. The screenplay by Jane Murfin is based on characters created for the NBC Radio show Seth Parker by Phillips Lord.

Biohazard: The Alien Force (1994)

Biohazard: The Alien Force is a 1994 American film.

I Met a Murderer (1939)

I Met a Murderer is a 1939 British thriller film directed by Roy Kellino and starring James Mason, Pamela Mason, Sylvia Coleridge and William Devlin. A man murders his oppressive wife and flees from the police. He meets a young woman who suspects his identity as the murderer, but conceals this because she wants to use the story for a book.

Breaking The Rules (1992)

Terminally ill Cleveland resident Phil (Jason Bateman) arranges a get-together with his closest childhood pals, Gene (C. Thomas Howell) and Rob (Jonathan Silverman). Gene and Rob had a falling out over a woman, but they put aside their differences and agree to join Phil on a trip to Los Angeles. Their goal is to land Phil a spot as a game show contestant on "Jeopardy!" Along the way they find adventure and, in the form of spirited waitress Mary (Annie Potts), a new buddy.

The Monastery: Mr. Vig And The Nun (2007)

Worlds collide and tempers flare when Mr. Vig, an 82-year-old recluse who has never known love, and Sister Amvrosija, a headstrong nun, join forces to transform Mr. Vig's run-down castle into a Russian Orthodox monastery.

La febbre (2005)

The Fever (Italian: La febbre) is a 2005 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Alessandro D'Alatri.

Strange Justice (1932)

Strange Justice is a 1932 American drama film directed by Victor Schertzinger and written by William A. Drake. The film stars Marian Marsh, Reginald Denny, Richard Bennett, Norman Foster and Irving Pichel. The film was released on October 7, 1932, by RKO Pictures.

The Last Letter (2013)

A misguided young woman becomes the instrument of her own undoing.

Ejecta (2014)

Ejecta is a 2014 Canadian science fiction horror film directed by Chad Archibald and Matt Wiele. The film's script was written by Tony Burgess and stars Julian Richings as a man that has experienced an extraterrestrial encounter. Ejecta had its world premiere on August 3, 2014 at Fantasia Festival and Canadian film rights were purchased by Anchor Bay Canada.

The Marines Come Thru (1938)

The Marines Come Thru is a 1943 American action film directed by Louis J. Gasnier and written by D.S. Leslie and Jack Kofoed. The film stars Wallace Ford, Toby Wing, Grant Withers, Sheila Lynch, Michael Doyle and Don Lanning. The film was released on July 8, 1943, by Astor Pictures.

Dumbbells (2014)

Dumbbells is a 2014 Comedy film directed by Christopher Livingston and starring Brian Drolet, Hoyt Richards, Mircea Monroe, Jaleel White, Taylor Cole, Jay Mohr, Tom Arnold, and Andy Milonakis, with a rare film appearance by Nancy Olson (her first film in 17 years). The film saw a limited release on January 10, 2014. The film also marks the film debut of singer Frenchie Davis.

Webmaster (1998)

Webmaster (original title Skyggen, also known as The Shadow) is a 1998 Danish cyberpunk thriller film. Directed by Thomas Borch Nielsen, it stars Danish actor Lars Bom as the cerebral, machine-like hacker-turned-webmaster J.B., who performs his job while hanging upside down, wearing virtual reality goggles, his mind busy deep inside cyberspace. Upon witnessing a murder, he teams up with the impulsive, energetic Miauv (Puk Scharbau). Lars Bom won the Best Actor award at the Italian Fantafestival, where the film also won for Best Special Effects. The film furthermore won a Silver Grand Prize at the 1999 Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Film, and a Danish Robert Award for Best Production Design. The movie was financed by the Danish bank "Forstædernes Bank" and the final production cost was not disclosed by neither producers nor the director. When the movie was released in Denmark in 1998 it was met with mixed reviews and was released on VHS, never appearing in Danish movie theaters.

Happily Ever After (2016)

A young documentary filmmaker (Janet Montgomery) turns her camera on her former best friend (Sara Paxton), a seemingly carefree bride-to-be, in this delightful dramedy about family and secrets - and best friends forever.

Too Far to Go (1979)

To Far to Go is a 1979 American television film directed by Fielder Cook and starring Michael Moriarty and Blythe Danner. It is based on John Updike's Too Far to Go, which consists of a collection of linked short stories. The script was by playwright William Hanley.

Whirlwind (2009)

Dumped by his male lover, a man (David Rudd) embarks on a quest to ruin the relationships of a group of friends (Alexis Suarez, Bryan West).

Oklahoma Territory (1960)

Oklahoma Territory is a 1960 Western film.

Headshots (2011)

Marianne looks at life in a new light when she finds out she is pregnant. Things start to go haywire when a hidden world of darkness and disorder breaks into the open after a model dies.

Pop Redemption (2013)

A black metal band it is about to split up, but on the way to one last gig at Hellfest festival an accidental death triggers numerous misadventures.

Reset (2015)

A dissatisfied writer returns to his hometown and does not tell anyone he is back as he goes on a sexually twisted journey to reinvent himself.

River's End (2005)

River's End is a 2005 American Western-drama film directed by William Katt and starring Barry Corbin, Sam Huntington, Caroline Goodall, William Katt, Charles Durning, Clint Howard, and Jackson Rathbone.

Infinite Justice (2006)

Infinite Justice is a film written and directed by British director Jamil Dehlavi. It was awarded the prize for BEST DRAMATIC FEATURE at the European Independent Awards in Paris in March 2007, and the Robert Rodriguez Award for Excellence at the 2007 Hollywood Digital Film Festival in Los Angeles. It opened in theatres in the United Kingdom on November 30, 2007. In this movie, Muslim fundamentalists hold an American reporter hostage. The name for the film is derived from the original name given to the U.S. efforts in Afghanistan - Operation Infinite Justice. Muslim members of the coalition assembled to support the U.S. operations objected to the name, claiming that only Allah could claim infinite justice. As a result, the name was officially changed nearing the end of 2001 to Operation Enduring Freedom.

Home (2016)

Home is a 2016 American horror film directed by Frank Lin and starring Heather Langenkamp and Samantha Mumba.

Mi verano con Amanda 3 (2013)

RS and Chico bring their friend Fabio to a clinic to help with his paranoia. Along the way, they meet three beautiful young women who change the course of their lives.

South of Reno (1988)

A desert loser (Jeffrey Osterhage) with bad TV reception catches his wife (Lisa Blount) fooling around and does something about it.

Stardom (2000)

Stardom is a 2000 Canadian comedy-drama film written by J.Jacob Potashnik & Denys Arcand and directed by Denys Arcand and starring Jessica Paré and Dan Aykroyd. It tells the story of a young girl who tries to cope with her rise to stardom after being discovered by a fashion agency. The film was screened out of competition at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival.

Even Though The Whole World Is Burning (2015)

Even Though the Whole World Is Burning is a feature documentary film about former United States Poet Laureate and environmental activist W. S. Merwin. The film is directed and produced by Stefan Schaefer, and screened at, among others, the Maui Film Festival, DOXA Film Festival, Environmental Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, and the Hawaii International Film Festival.

The Humbling (2014)

The Humbling is a 2014 erotic comedy film directed by Barry Levinson and written by Buck Henry and Michal Zebede, based on the 2009 novel, The Humbling, written by Philip Roth. The film stars Al Pacino, Greta Gerwig, Dianne Wiest, Charles Grodin and Kyra Sedgwick. It was screened in the Special Presentations section of the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival and in the Out of Competition section of the 71st Venice International Film Festival. The film was released on January 23, 2015, by Millennium Films.

Boston Blackie and the Law (1946)

Boston Blackie and the Law is the twelfth of fourteen Columbia Pictures films starring Chester Morris as reformed crook Boston Blackie.

Fyre (1979)

After an innocent country girl is violently raped, her family is killed in a car accident before she can come to terms with what happened. As her feelings of shame grow into self-degradation, and she turns to prostitution.

Zombex (2013)

A new anti-depressant called Zombex turns residents of post-Katrina New Orleans into zombies.

The Kid from Broken Gun (1952)

The Kid from Broken Gun is a 1952 American western action film directed by Fred F. Sears, and starring Charles Starrett, Jock Mahoney, Angela Stevens, Tristram Coffin, and Myron Healey. The film was released by Columbia Pictures on August 16, 1952.

Alligator Shoes (1981)

Alligator Shoes is a Canadian drama film, directed by Clay Borris and released in 1981. Written by Borris as a fictionalization of his own family story and acted predominantly by Borris and his real family, the film centres on Mike and Bin Allard (brothers Clay and Garry Borris), two brothers in Toronto whose life is turned upside down when their aunt Danielle (stage actress Ronalda Jones, in the film's only major role played by a professional actress) comes to stay with their family after having a nervous breakdown. Made for a budget of just $400,000 ($1.08 million today), the film was an expansion of Rose's House, a short film Borris previously directed for CBC Television.The film premiered in the Director's Fortnight section of the 1981 Cannes Film Festival. It had its theatrical premiere in Canada in June 1981.The film received four Genie Award nominations at the 3rd Genie Awards in 1982: Best Actress (Jones), Best Original Screenplay (Borris), Best Cinematography (John F. Phillips) and Best Editing (Gordon McClellan).

Hi-Riders (1978)

Hi-Riders is a 1978 action film written and directed by Greydon Clark.

Tension (1949)

Tension is a 1949 crime thriller film noir directed by John Berry, and written by Allen Rivkin, based on a story written by John D. Klorer. The drama features Richard Basehart, Audrey Totter, Cyd Charisse, Barry Sullivan, and William Conrad.

The Family (2011)

Kinky carnage abounds around a sleazy family's efforts to shoot a pornographic snuff film of epic proportions.

Legend Of The Lost Tomb (1997)

Legend of the Lost Tomb is a 1997 television film directed by Jonathan Winfrey and produced by Showtime Movies.

How We Got Away with It (2014)

Recently released from jail, Henry (McCaleb Burnett) reacts violently to an unexpected tragedy during an annual summer party with friends.

The Klansman (1974)

The Klansman is a 1974 American motion picture drama based on the book of the same name by William Bradford Huie. It was directed by Terence Young and starred Lee Marvin, Richard Burton, O.J. Simpson (in his feature film debut), Lola Falana and Linda Evans.

Lady with a Past (1932)

Lady with a Past is a 1932 American pre-Code romantic comedy film starring Constance Bennett as a shy and very proper young lady who decides to invent a scandalous past for herself to spice up her life. It is based on the novel of the same name by Harriet Henry.

Yellow Cargo (1936)

Yellow Cargo is a 1936 American film directed by Crane Wilbur. The film is also known as Sinful Cargo in the United States. This was the first of four related films: the others were Navy Spy (1937), The Gold Racket (1937), and Bank Alarm (1937).

Fragment (2009)

A man (Wayne Bradley) with the power of resurrection brings a murdered woman back to life night after night, but his actions also unleash a malevolent force.

Forever Plaid (2009)

Forever Plaid: The Movie (aka Forever Plaid 20th Anniversary Special) is a 2008 American musical film, a recording of a live performance of a revival to the 1990 off-Broadway musical comedy Forever Plaid. Directed and written by Stuart Ross, this film was released on July 9, 2009. The film's running time is 90 minutes, and was filmed at CBS Columbia Square, in Los Angeles.

The Pompatus Of Love (1996)

The Pompatus of Love is a 1996 film that tells the story of four guys discussing women and the meaning of the word "pompatus". This made-up word is found in two Steve Miller songs, "Enter Maurice" and "The Joker", the latter of which contains the line "Some people call me Maurice / 'cause I speak of the pompatus of love". Wolfman Jack can also be heard using the term in his spoken lines in The Guess Who's "Clap for the Wolfman." The low-budget, independent film received mixed reviews but won several minor awards.

Serenity (2015)

A tale of young love.

Les Fils du vent (2012)

Filmmaker Bruno Le Jean spends eight years filming Gypsy jazz musicians.

Mary, Mary, Bloody Mary (1975)

Mary, Mary, Bloody Mary is a 1975 horror film directed by Juan López Moctezuma, written by Malcolm Marmorstein, and starring Cristina Ferrare, David Young, and John Carradine. Its plot follows an American artist who discovers she is in fact a vampire, and begins consuming the locals in a Mexican village.

Take My Life (1947)

A temperamental opera star, Phillipa, throws a perfume bottle at her husband during an argument, striking him near his left eye. The argument was about her husband talking to an attractive violinist named Elizabeth. Her husband walks out of their flat and takes himself to hospital, where he is picked up by the police. It seems that Elizabeth has been murdered, and that they know the killer has been cut just above his eye as well. Philippa is determined to prove her husband’s innocence and sets off to find the real killer. As she comes closer to the truth, she also comes closer to danger.

Viva Belarus! (2013)

Viva Belarus! is a 2012 Polish drama film directed by Krzysztof Łukaszewicz about Belarusian Youth and its struggle for democracy. Based on a true story of Franak Viacorka, activist of the Belarusian opposition, co-author of the screenplay for the film.