NimmerMeer (2006)

Of Life and Love (1954)

Resistance (2019)

12 12 12 (2014)

Sicario (1994)

Loose Change (2005)

Japan (2008)

Fate (2001)

Slingshot (2007)

The Beloved (1971)

In-between (2015)

The Invisible Woman (2009)

Turning Point (2015)

The Fly (1980)

War Dogs (1943)

Second Hand (2013)

Goliath (1964)

Another Woman (2002)

Fools (1997)

The Raven (1942)

Blind Date (2010)

Reflections (2013)

Plastic (2015)

Marathon (2007)

Seven Days (1974)

Kids (2013)

Salome (1973)

His Master's Voice (2014)

Little Boy Blue (2015)

The Fall Of The House Of Usher (2012)

casting a glance (2007)

The Sea Wolf (1926)

Mein Leben für Irland (1941)

Giselle (2006)

Ocean (1974)

Solstice (1971)

Mine Your Own Business (2006)

Security (2006)

A Lady Surrenders (1930)

Aquarium (1975)

Bubbles (1922)

Runaway (1969)

Circus (1932)

Shakedown (1936)

Perspectives (1975)

Grandma (1979)

Stand by Me (1995)

Ghost (1984)

The Other Woman (1961)

Triple Trouble (1950)

The Table (2011)

Mimi (1979)

The Fall of the House of Usher (1942)

The Bandit (1969)

Dead Birds (1963)

Command Performance (1931)

The Driver (2013)

The Tower (2008)

The Maze (1953)

Echoes (2013)

Vortex (2000)

Jesus (2019)

Farewell (2010)

Königskinder (2003)

Salome (1971)

Anna (1967)

Framed (2002)

Home Sweet Home (2013)

Peter and the wolf (1995)

The Fall (1999)

Cinderella (2012)

Lullaby (1960)

Inside (2015)

Homecoming (2015)

Farewell (1968)

Beauty and the Beast (1977)

UPSIDEdown (2013)

The Heckler (2015)

Take Me To The River (2014)

Take Me to the River is a 2014 American documentary film directed by Martin Shore about music of Memphis, Tennessee. It premiered on March 11, 2014 at SXSW film festival in Austin, Texas. The film was released on Netflix in August 2016, two years after its initial release.

Five Star (2002)

Bigfoot (1970)

Bigfoot kidnaps some women and some bikers decide to go on a rescue mission to save them.

Cinderella (2012)

Cendrillon au Far West (French for "Cinderella in the Far West") is a French 2012 animated film. The film was directed by Pascal Hérold, produced by Delacave Studios, and screenplay written by Hérold.

The Sound And The Fury (2015)

The Sound and the Fury is an American drama film directed by James Franco. It is the second film version of the iconic novel of the same name by William Faulkner. The previous adaptation, directed by Martin Ritt, was released in 1959. The film is scheduled to be released in a limited release and through video on demand on October 23, 2015, by New Films International.

Cycle (2008)

Cycle is a 2008 Indian Malayalam film directed by Johny Antony and written by James Albert, starring Vineeth Sreenivasan, Vinu Mohan, Sandhya, Bhama, and Jagathy Sreekumar. The tale is about two friends, Roy and Sanju, struggling to make both ends meet with their low salaries, working respectively as a cashier in a private finance company and as a salesman in an electronics goods shop. It was a box office success.

Heat (1986)

A specialist in edged weapons, Nick Escalante is a dangerous man with dangerous enemies. Working as a Las Vegas bodyguard to support his gambling habits, he hopes for a jackpot that will take him all the way to Italy and a relaxing gondola in Venice. With friends counting on him and a mobster counting him out, Nick puts his life on the line as he tries to beat the odds in the biggest gamble of his life.

Chaos (2000)

Chaos is a 2000 Japanese mystery-thriller film, directed by Hideo Nakata. It stars Miki Nakatani and Masato Hagiwara. It is based on Shōgo Utano's novel Sarawaretai Onna .

Gumshoe (2014)

Charm (2013)

Pressure Point (1997)

Dreams (2013)

Mia dreams of singing, Quentin dreams of dancing, Paalo wants to mend the relationship with his daughter and Alonzo hopes to reconnect with his family but the realities of abuse, failure from their broken pasts and a notorious criminal make the path to their dreams an uphill battle. Set in urban Chicago, these four stories are woven together to create an inspiring tale of the hard work it takes to achieve one's dreams.

The Houses October Built (2011)

The Reunion (1963)

The Reunion (Italian: La rimpatriata) is a 1963 Italian comedy film directed by Damiano Damiani. It was entered into the 13th Berlin International Film Festival.

Lost Paradise (1997)

Lost Paradise is a 1997 Japanese drama film based on the novel A Lost Paradise by Junichi Watanabe.

Not Fade Away (2020)

April, May en June (2019)

Vanilla (2019)

Love in Kilnerry (2019)

Bad Guy (1937)

A power-company troubleshooter (Bruce Cabot) has his brother (Edward Norris) get him out of prison by running high voltage to the bars of his cell.

The Shaolin Temple (1982)

A young man (Jet Li) learns martial arts to exact revenge for the murder of his father.

Gregory's Two Girls (1999)

Two teens and a teacher (John Gordon Sinclair) investigate whether a local businessman (Dougray Scott) is selling computers that cause brain damage to his Third World customers.