K-12 (2019)

Shot last Fall on location in Budapest, Hungary, K-12 sees Martinez starring as Cry Baby, a strong and sensitive girl who is sent off to a disturbing sleepaway school hidden underneath a grandiose façade.

Nun (2018)

A troubled nun confronts her past by visiting an old flame in a distant city.

Loved To Death (2019)

A once-loving relationship turns deadly.

Swingers (2018)

When four couples converge for a weekend in which they can swap partners, two things are strictly forbidden: to be jealous, and to fall in love.

Skybound (2017)

Five friends and a stowaway are trapped in the skies on a private plane after a mysterious disaster severs all connections with the ground.

The Music Box (2018)

When a 6-year-old girl is orphaned, guardianship is given to her estranged aunt. After she moves into her aunt's old Victorian home, she finds a wooden box that plays a soothing melody that captivates her more and more.

The Wrong Man (2017)

After the untimely death of her grandmother, an estranged young woman returns to their home to slowly discover the friendly, handsome man caring for her grandfather isn't at all what he seems to be.

The Highway Rat (2017)

A ruthless rat bandit steals everyone's snacks.

Waru (2017)

A community comes together for the funeral of Waru, a small boy who died at the hands of his caregiver.

November (2017)

In this tale of love and survival in 19th century Estonia, peasant girl Liina longs for village boy Hans, but Hans is inexplicably infatuated by the visiting German baroness that possesses all that he longs for. For Liina, winning Hans’ requited love proves incredibly complicated in this dark, harsh landscape where spirits, werewolves, plagues, and the devil himself converge, where thievery is rampant, and where souls are highly regarded, but come quite cheap. With alluring black and white cinematography, Rainer Sarnet vividly captures these motley lives as they toil to exist, but must ask if existence is worth anything if it lacks a soul?

The Next Life (2011)

Because of China's one-child policy, the Sichuan Earthquake of 2008 leaves many Chinese families childless. Filmmakers follow a 40-year-old Chinese woman as she attempts to have another child via in vitro fertilization.

Made in Malta (2019)

An American filmmaker and his Spanish ex-girlfriend are reunited in Malta. They only have one day to be together, which forces them to confront the rest of their lives and uncover the truth.

At Twelve Midnight (1933)

A hero in a robbery comes up against a crime boss and the crooked guardian of the girl he loves.

Love to Paradise (2017)

An American in Malta has a life-changing experience when he becomes enamored with a local artist.

All the Colors of Giallo (2019)

A celebration of the horror genre includes interviews by contributors.

Return to Horror Hotel (2019)

Four twisted tales involve giant bedbugs, a magic charm that turns girls into beauty queens, a World War II sailor who hasn't aged, and a terrorizing severed hand.

Incorruptible (2015)

In the streets of Senegal, a youth movement rises up against a regime bent on retaining power in this chronicle of the nation's stormy 2012 elections.

Finding You (2019)

Nel uses his condition, hyperthymesia, for his work as a journalist. This gives him the ability to remember everything in the past -- until he sees a throwback post he supposedly wrote about a girl who apparently broke his heart.

High Note (2019)

Two best friends plan to rob drug dealers.

The Night Sitter (2018)

In an attempt to steal from a wealthy occult enthusiast, a con artist poses as a babysitter. One of the children summons a trio of witches, The Three Mothers.

Not Without Us (2016)

Seven grassroots activists from around the world head to Paris for the 21st U.N. Climate Conference, hoping their voices can prevent a global disaster.

Arctic Apocalypse (2019)

A massive influx of glacial melting triggers a new ice age in the Northern Hemisphere, forcing a family to make their away the across ice-covered landscape before they are frozen out for good.

Ulysses & Mona (2019)

A young art student, who is full of life, searches out a reclusive artist, who mysteriously ran away from his family and put an end to his career.

El Soborno del Cielo (2016)

Conflict escalates between a small community and a Catholic pastor who refuses to allow a person who died by suicide to be laid to rest on church grounds.

Te juro que yo no fui (2018)

A talented musician accidentally gets involved with a seductive woman. He then helps her escape from two thieves that are looking for a diamond.

Free to Laugh (2016)

Ex-convicts hone their chops in comedy workshops.

Tarlabasi and Me (2015)

Mustafa, a former member of the Turkish dolce vita, lives among Tarlabasi's waste pickers.

A Young King Must Die (2016)

An East Coast mobster becomes a participant in the conspiracy to kill President Kennedy.

Outermost Radio (2015)

A community on the tip of Cape Cod keeps its freedom of expression alive.

Hush Little Baby Welcome To The Family (2018)

Members of a dysfunctional family paint their faces and take to the streets to terrorize their unsuspecting neighbors.

Saint Bernard (2013)

His award-winning FX career spans both grindhouse (BRAIN DAMAGE, FRANKENHOOKER, the LEPRECHAUN series) and art-house (Matthew Barney’s CREMASTER CYCLE). Now writer/producer/director Gabe Bartalos brings his own years-in-the-making vision to the screen, as an unhinged orchestra conductor named Bernard (Jason Dugre of Bartalos’ SKINNED DEEP) graphically descends into a surreal odyssey of chaos, psychosis and “f*cked-up sh*t that looks cool as hell” (Bloody-Disgusting.com). Warwick Davis (WILLOW) and notorious Andy Kaufman cohort Bob Zmuda (MAN ON THE MOON) co-star – with a performance by punk legends The Damned – in this “must-see for the truly adventurous” (UnseenFilms.net), transferred from the original negative and unleashed beyond the underground festival circuit for the first time ever.

Rang Birangi (1983)

Rang Birangi is a 1983 Hindi film, based on a story by noted Hindi writer, Kamleshwar, and directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. This comedy classic is most remembered for the Utpal Dutt's role of Police Inspector Dhurandhar Bhatawdekar, which won him the Filmfare Best Comedian Award for the year.

Love and Love Only (2016)

Love & Love Only is a 2015 English-language Australian feature film directed by Indian-born Australian filmmaker Julian Karikalan. starring Rohit Kalia, who was Mr. India Australia in 2014 and Georgia Nicholas in lead roles. A cross-cultural romantic film where an Indian falls in love with an Australian girl features background score and songs by India’s legendary composer Ilaiyaraaja, who is the only composer on earth to have scored for more than 1000 feature films. However, this is the first ever English language feature film for which he has composed original songs. The film was launched for online audience on November 22, 2016 and is available on Youtube in countries that allow Paid content, while for the rest of the world, the movie is available on Vimeo on demand and VHX.

Banting (2014)

Raised in a strict Muslim household, a young woman finds the missing passion in her life when she begins to secretly take professional wrestling lessons.

Take Back the Knife (2015)

Three girls help each other adapt and cope with the scars that were left behind by their attackers. When their relaxing getaway is interrupted by a crazed stalker, the three would rather spill blood than run from their demons.

Terror 5 (2017)

Five urban legends become real in Buenos Aires.

Season of the Devil (2018)

Season of the Devil is a 2018 Filipino musical film directed by Lav Diaz. It was selected to compete for the Golden Bear in the main competition section at the 68th Berlin International Film Festival. The film has a running time of 234 minutes.

Adventures of Aladdin (2019)

Aladdin is recruited to steal a magic lamp. But when he uses its powers to help him win the heart of the newly appointed Sultana, it opens up a whole new world of excitement and danger.

Edge (2017)

A desperate and broken man carries on a conversation with a mystery woman.

Unlawful Justice (2018)

When a financially struggling police officer relentlessly works to meet an unspoken arrest quota for a promotion, he's thrown on a deadly collision course with an inner-city teenager who is determined to escape poverty at all costs.

Chasing The Jet Stream (2019)

The adventures of Switzerland's Marc Hauser, who wants to be the first skydiver in the world to jump into the jet stream.

A Brilliant Monster (2019)

A successful author hides a dark secret.

Disappearance (2017)

Two young lovers run from hospital to hospital seeking help after their first sexual experience.

Don't Swallow My Heart, Alligator Girl! (2017)

On the turbulent border of modern-day Brazil and Paraguay, a war is brewing between rival gangs on either side. Caught in the middle of it all, Brazilian 13-year-old Joca has fallen in love with Basano, a spirited indigenous Paraguayan girl, and is determined to win her over regardless of the consequences. Even as Joca’s brother Fernando becomes heavily embroiled in the hostilities, and Basano is threatened by the unwanted affections of an older boy in her village, Joca is forced to confront where his own loyalties lie.

A Mindful Choice (2016)

Individuals and communities use meditation to improve their lives.

The Blood Bond (2010)

The Blood Bond is a 2010 action film directed by Michael Biehn, with additional material by Antony Szeto. It was produced by Bey Logan and stars Michael Biehn, Simon Yam and Phoenix Chou. The Blood Bond premiered at 2010 Cannes Film Market.

Darrow & Darrow 2 (2018)

Idealistic lawyer Claire Darrow and her mother, Joanna, continue their adventures.

Una Palabra Tuya (2008)

Una palabra tuya (English: One Word from You) is a Spanish 2008 movie based on the novel of the same name by Elvira Lindo.

The Beast (2010)

Thousands of Central Americans try to illegally cross Mexico.

Northern Frontier (1935)

Based on the novel by James Oliver Curwood.

Open at Night (2017)

Open at Night (original title: Ouvert la nuit) is a 2016 French comedy-drama film written and directed by Édouard Baer and starring Baer, Sabrina Ouazani and Audrey Tautou. It was released on 11 January 2017.

Puss in Boots (1993)

After the death of his father, young Carabas leaves home to seek his fortune with the evil landlord's cat.

DRIB (2017)

Amir is a performance artist and stand-up comedian who creates real characters and stories that unfold online in media real time. When his staged fight videos from the streets of Oslo go viral and hit international news headlines in 2014, a Los Angeles based advertising agency thinks it’s all real and spots an opportunity to exploit Amir’s newfound controversial fame. They want to make it part of an edgy marketing campaign for an energy drink, but Amir has his own plans. Amir plays himself in this reenactment of what happened in LA - fictionalized just enough to avoid legal complications. Hopefully…

A Patriotic Man (2013)

Toivo's miraculous blood is used for the Finnish national ski team.

Don't Look at Me That Way (2016)

Hedi and Iva discover they love one another after becoming new neighbors. Things get complicated when Iva's father arrives and Hedi begins to feel attracted to him. She learns that she has a lot of discovering to do about herself.

The Verdict (2016)

When terrorists hijack a plane containing 164 passengers and aim it at a football arena, a military officer must make the difficult decision to shoot the plane down.

Eu Fico Loko (2017)

The biography of the Brazilian YouTuber Christian Figueiredo.

Slow as Lightning (1924)

A man dreams of being with his boss's daughter.

Time Sweep (2016)

A grieving man's quest to be reunited with his dead wife comes at a huge cost.

Em Busca de Iara (2013)

The true story of guerrilla Yara Yavelberg, a cultured and beautiful woman who left behind a comfortable family life, opting to engage in an armed struggle against the military dictatorship in Brazil in the 1960s.

Sin & Illy Still Alive (2016)

Sin and Illy want to get clean on a Greek island, but their plans for sobriety fail when they drive to the airport.

Ekaj (2015)

Ekaj is a 2015 American independent drama film written and directed by Cati Gonzalez, starring Jake Mestre, Badd Idea, and Scooter LaForge. The film made its New York City premiere at the 5th Annual International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival.

Blockbuster (2018)

Dumped over a video he made to amuse his ailing dad, a heartsick Jérémy hatches an elaborate scheme to win back his superhero-loving girlfriend, Lola.

Cancer Can Be Killed (2017)

Filmmaker Jeff Witzeman tries to find out why his wife was cured of cancer in 30 days using natural remedies in Germany.

Nightmare Hostel (2005)

Two doctors discover the head of the Straun Foundation is using a study on rage disorders for his own agenda.

Clint the Stranger (1967)

Clint the Stranger, also known as Clint the Nevada's Loner, Nevada Clint and Clint, the Lonely Nevadan (in original Italian, Clint il solitario), is a 1967 Italian spaghetti western starring George Martin. A sequel entitled The Return of Clint the Stranger would follow in 1972.

Antons Fest (2013)

Eight people gather on a farm to celebrate Anton's 30th birthday. When Anton doesn't show up, tension begins to surface among the guests, and the eagerly awaited party soon turns into a ferocious family feud.

Green (2016)

A security guard realizes he can make off with the fortune he transports every day after he discovers a flaw in his company's system.

This is Meg (2017)

A Los Angeles comedian and actress re-evaluates her life as social media stars begin encroaching on her show biz territory.

The Other Side of the Wall (2017)

The relationship between teenage siblings is tested when their mother is imprisoned and they have to care for their younger siblings.

6-5=2 (2014)

Six friends go to an undisclosed mountain for trekking. They experience strange and unusual incidents which put their lives at risk.

The Chess Player (1938)

The Chess Player (French: Le joueur d'échecs) is a 1938 French historical drama film directed by Jean Dréville, released by Compagnie Française Cinématographique in France and Columbia Pictures in the United States and starring Françoise Rosay, Conrad Veidt and Bernard Lancret. It is a remake of the 1927 silent film The Chess Player.

Christmas Festival of Ice (2017)

Those years of law school pay off for Emma but not in ways one would expect. When she finds out that her beloved ice-sculpting contest, part of her hometown’s Christmas festival, has been canceled, she springs into action. Determined to keep it going, she enlists sponsors and artists. Nick, the town’s ace artisan, isn’t interested in competing this year, but Emma wants him as her teammate. Considering what she’s managed to accomplish, Nick is impressed and signs on. They just might have a shot at winning this very special Christmas contest -- and a lot more. Starring Taylor Cole and Damon Runyan.

The UnMiracle (2017)

A suburban town struggles to put itself back together after a popular teen dies of an overdose.

The Cutlass (2017)

Inspired by true events. A young tourist is abducted from her family into the jungles of Trinidad by a dangerous, armed sociopath. While the authorities and her family attempt to find her with no success, she is forced to mentally and physically outmaneuver her captor in an effort to stay alive and escape to safety.

The Pastor's Daughters (2017)

A pastor's daughters must settle their differences as he begins to die.

Horizonte (2012)

Ana and her mother start a dangerous journey, and they confront an even more dangerous monster than the monsters who rule Earth.

The New Radical (2017)

Cody Wilson, inventor of downloadable guns, and bitcoin anarchist Amir Taaki wage digital war on governmental systems they view as corrupt. Inspired by Julian Assange, their resistance is technological and freedom is in the code.

Namatjira Project (2017)

Albert Namatjira carves out a place in art history with his vibrant Australian landscapes.

Cute Little Buggers (2017)

Villagers team up to battle aliens after young women go missing.

The Heretic (2018)

Rob Bell challenges deeply held conservative ideals while grappling with some of the most important questions of our time.

Forest Fairies (2015)

A young girl, Amanda (Emily Debowski), and her horse Tanner happen upon a hidden village of fairies in the forest. With the help of her new friends, Amanda must act quickly to stop a crooked land developer's schemes.

Ghost Note (2017)

When rebellious teenager Mallory is left behind at her grandmother's house while her parents go to Hawaii, she gets reacquainted with Rodney, the boy next door. She also discovers a dark family secret, hidden away in the attic. In the early 1970's, a series of unsolved murders were rumored to have been committed by an evil blues musician named Eugene Burns who had sold his soul to the devil. Mallory's long dead grandfather, a preacher, captured Eugene and performed an exorcism, but he was unable to expel the demon. Instead, he locked Eugene away to prevent him from hurting anyone else. Nearly 50 years later, Mallory accidentally sets Eugene free, and he begins to kill again. Now she must figure out a way to stop him before it's too late.

The Bros (2017)

Reunited in their hometown for their father's funeral, two brothers meet a peculiar woman who shares secrets about their family.

Apocalypsis (2018)

A woman reading the book of Revelation has visions of regeneration during Anthropocene.

Brown Girl Begins (2018)

In 2049, Ti-Jeanne must revive Caribbean spirits and survive a possession ritual to save her people who are confined to an island off the mainland of Toronto.

Ice (2007)

In 2020, climate change threatens to unleash a new Ice Age.

City of Dreamers (2011)

Rose, an aspiring musician, moves to Brighton in an attempt escape her turbulent past and immerse herself in her vibrant new surroundings.

The Giant Is Falling (2016)

A look at the big political events of recent years that signal the end of an era in South Africa.

Free Lunch Society: Komm Komm Grundeinkommen (2017)

What would you do if your income were taken care of? Just a few years ago, an unconditional basic income was considered a pipe dream. Today, this utopia is more imaginable than ever before. FREE LUNCH SOCIETY provides background information about this idea and searches for explanations, possibilities and experiences regarding its implementation. Globalization, automation, Donald Trump. The middle class is falling apart, but we hear more talk about the causes than about solutions. From Alaska’s oil fields to the Canadian prairie, from Washington’s think tanks to Namibian steppes, FREE LUNCH SOCIETY takes us on a grand journey to answer one of the most crucial questions of our times.

Poltergeist Encounters (2016)

Paranormal investigators receive a strange offer to stay overnight in a haunted house.

Lord, Give Me Patience (2017)

An ultraconservative father has to spend a weekend with his dysfunctional children after his wife dies.

Rocky Ros Muc (2017)

Filmmaker Michael Fanning examines the reality of emigration and its impact on identity.

Krotoa (2017)

A feisty and bright 11-year-old girl is removed from her close-knit Khoi tribe to serve her uncle's trading partner.

The Number (2017)

The Number is a 2017 South African drama film directed by Khalo Matabane. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.

25 IN 24 (2018)

Switchfoot front man Jon Foreman plays 25 shows within 24 hours.