Even Cowboys Get to Cry (2013)

Kareem: Minority of One (2015)

Ode to Los Angeles (2011)

Deviant Passions (2003)

The Dweller (2016)

Devil Rider! (1970)

Moonshine Love (1969)

Hilary Hahn: A Portrait (2005)

Moonlight and Cactus (1944)

Moonlight and Cactus is a 1944 American musical western featuring The Andrews Sisters. The screenplay concerns a ranch owner whose cattle are stolen.

Duellen (1962)

Duellen is a 1962 Danish drama film directed by Knud Leif Thomsen. It was entered into the 12th Berlin International Film Festival.

The Stream (2017)

After investigating her boyfriends suicide, a young woman and her friend discover a live video stream that unleashes a nightmarish chain of events.

Shadows in the Dark: The Val Lewton Legacy (2005)

11 Paper Place (2014)

Biba! One Island, 879 Votes (2011)

Claude Chabrol's High Heels (1972)

Dr. Popaul is a 1972 French black comedy film directed by Claude Chabrol. also known under the titles High Heels and Scoundrel in White. The film was based on the 1969 novel Meurtre à loisir by Hubert Monteilhet, translated into English as Murder at Leisure.

When Johnny Comes Marching Home (1942)

When Johnny Comes Marching Home is a 1942 musical film starring Allan Jones and Jane Frazee. The film was directed by Charles Lamont and is loosely based on the song with the same title.

The Highwater Trilogy (2006)

Tales for the Campfire 2 (2017)

Marilyn's Window (1988)

The Mansion Cat (2001)

The Hitler Tapes (1994)

Luminous Visions (1998)

Mint Julep (2010)

Mint Julep is a 2010 romance film written, directed, and produced by Wisconsin filmmakers Ian Teal and Kathy Fehl, starring David Morse, Angelica Torn, and James Gandolfini. It is set in small-town North Carolina and follows the struggling marriage of Deirdre, a diner waitress played by Torn, and Leighton, an insurance salesman played by Teal. Morse plays an odd groundskeeper at a golf course who witnesses a murder, and Gandolfini plays a landlord in New York City. The film's surreal aspects reflect influences from Federico Fellini, Luis Buñuel and Michelangelo Antonioni.The independent film took more than a decade to produce due to budget restraints. Teal and Fehl spent an estimated $150,000 on the film, much of which came from their personal finances. The filmmakers received some financial backing from Marilyn Perry, an art historian, painter, and former chairwoman of the World Monuments Fund. Perry studied under Fehl's father at the University of North Carolina, where he taught art history.The film premiered on May 22, 2010 at the Gerold Opera House in Weyauwega, Wisconsin, where Teal and Fehl run a non-profit organization called Wega Arts.

Shout (1966)

Phantasmagorical Happenstance (2012)

Where Did You Get That Girl? (1941)

Where Did You Get That Girl? is a 1941 comedy film. The title comes from the popular song of the same name, which dates to 1913 and was written by Bert Kalmar and Harry Puck. The song figures prominently in the movie (and has been featured in other films before and since). The plot of the movie is about the misadventures of a swing band trying to break into the big time. Helen Parrish plays the band's vocalist.

Hit Parade of 1943 (1943)

Hit Parade of 1943 also known as Change of Heart is a 1943 American musical film made by Republic Pictures. It was directed by Albert S. Rogell and produced by Albert J. Cohen from a screenplay by Frank Gill Jr. and Frances Hyland. The film stars John Carroll, Susan Hayward (singing dubbed by Jeanne Darrell), Gail Patrick (singing dubbed by Ruth Fox), Eve Arden, Melville Cooper, Walter Catlett, Mary Treen, and Dorothy Dandridge. It also features several orchestras including the Count Basie Orchestra, Freddy Martin and his orchestra, Ray McKinley and his orchestra, and The Golden Gate Quartet.

Welcome to Bridgetown (2015)

The Passage (2016)

Prema Entha Maduram Priyuraalu Antha Katinam (2017)

El tesoro de los caracoles (2004)

The Thing in the Apartment (2015)

Babylon Series #1 (1989)

Samedi Cinema (2016)

Under Dark (2014)

Harris in the Spring (1937)

The Adventures Of Young Indiana Jones: The Trenches Of Hell (1999)

Cream (2017)

A-Ha: Take on Me (1985)

Capture the Flag (2010)

Halloween: A Cut Above The Rest (2003)

The Beginning of a Story (1988)

Begynnelsen på en historie (English: The beginning of a story) is a 1988 Norwegian drama film directed by Margarete Robsahm, starring Linda Pedersen, Wenche Foss and Linn Stokke. It is summer in the late 1940s, and seven-year-old Maren (Pedersen) lives with her mother and two brothers on an island. Her father is in prison for treason during World War II. When summer is over, Maren has to move into boarding school in a big city, a fact that hangs like a cloud over the joy of summer for her.

Don't Nag Me (1987)

Me and My Kid Brother (1967)

Me and My Kid Brother (Danish: Mig og min lillebror) is a 1967 Danish comedy film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and starring Dirch Passer.

I love you, Jamie (2012)

Tony Hawk's Secret Skatepark Tour 3 (2007)

A Funny Thing Happened to Kelly and Ted (2017)

Hot for Paris (1929)

Hot for Paris is a 1929 American pre-Code black-and-white romantic adventure musical film. This film is believed to be lost. The film is also known as Fifì dimmi di sì in Italy and Un marido afortunado in Spain. The film length (metres) is 1710.84 m in the silent version and 2002.54 m (7 reels) in the sound version.

Garden Path (2001)

Running Shadow (1972)

Dodge City Trail (1936)

Dodge City Trail is a 1936 American western film, directed by Charles C. Coleman. It stars Charles Starrett, Donald Grayson, and Marion Weldon.

In the Womb: Multiples (2007)

Persian Series #3 (1999)

In My Mother's House (2017)

Form Phases IV (1953)

Untitled Document (2014)

World War Brown (2014)

Gary Gulman: It's About Time (2016)

Remaking the Legend: Halo 2 Anniversary (2014)

All About a Girl (2004)

Cough (2013)

Rockpile (2018)

The rural Missouri community of Weldon Spring is home to a nature preserve, a high school, and a dark past. While most of its residents have little interest in their town’s shadowy history, retired teacher Tom Whelan refuses to let the old stories fade from memory. As Tom takes us on a tour of the area, we meet Dylan Busken, a high school sophomore who lives a few miles from a looming structure known as the Rockpile. Spurred by talk of toxic water and elevated cancer rates, Dylan sets out to learn more about the Rockpile’s origins. While they dig for the buried secrets of their hometown, they also shed light on the dynamic between fact and folklore in small town USA.

Zefirino: The Voice of a Castrato (2006)

Hoss (2015)

I'm from Hollywood (1989)

I'm from Hollywood is a 1989 comedy documentary film about the adventures of late performance artist Andy Kaufman in the world of professional wrestling. The film includes interviews with Taxi co-stars Marilu Henner and Tony Danza and interviews with comedian Robin Williams, wrestler Jerry Lawler, wrestling commentator Lance Russell, and Kaufman's best friend, Bob Zmuda. Other people seen in the film include TV host David Letterman and Jimmy Hart of Continental Wrestling Association. The film's title refers to a phrase spoken by Kaufman to the Memphis wrestling audience. The documentary was directed by Kaufman's girlfriend, Lynne Margulies, and Joe Orr. Kaufman himself began work with Margulies and Orr on the film in 1983, shortly before he was diagnosed with cancer. Margulies and Orr, at Kaufman's request, finished I'm from Hollywood after the performer's death. Comedy Central aired the documentary numerous times during the late 1990s wrestling boom.

Robert Fulton (2011)

Korn: Who Then Now? (1997)

Candelabra (2014)

Saint Flournoy Lobos-Logos and the Eastern Europe Fetus Taxing Japan Brides in West Coast Places Sucking Alabama Air (1970)

Reel Bad Arabs: How Hollywood Vilifies a People (2006)

Reel Bad Arabs: How Hollywood Vilifies a People is a documentary film directed by Sut Jhally and produced by Media Education Foundation in 2006. This film is an extension of the book of that name by Jack Shaheen which also analyzes how Hollywood corrupts or manipulates the image of Arabs. This documentary argues that the slander of Arabs in American filmmaking has existed since the early days of the silent cinema and is present in the biggest Hollywood blockbusters today. Jack Shaheen analyzes a long series of "demeaning" images of Arabs through his presentation of various scenes from different American movies which he has studied. He argues that this image is characterized by showing Arabs either as bandits or as a savage, nomadic race, or shows Arab women as shallow belly dancers serving evil, naïve, and greedy Arab sheiks. Most important is the image of the rifle in the hands of Arab "terrorists". The film then attempts to explain the motivations behind these stereotypes about Arabs, and their development at key points in American history, as well as why it is so important today. The film showed for the first time in Washington on 8 June 2007 and then in Los Angeles in the 20 June 2007. The run time of the film is 50 minutes, with Arabic and English subtitles. Soon afterward, the film was shown successively in more than a dozen of international film festivals between 2006 and 2009 The film's estimated budget is $100,000.

Farewell, Etaoin Shrdlu (1980)

July (1988)

GV13 Roller Gurl:A Complicated Game-Time Love Affair (2012)

Woody Guthrie: Hard Travelin' (1984)

A Place in Time (1977)

El Rey (2004)

El Rey is a 2004 Colombian film directed by Antonio Dorado. It was Colombia's submission to the 77th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Ferozz: The Wild Red Riding Hood (2010)

Break Down (2017)

Googas (2008)

My Last Film (2015)

Chasseur (2013)

All Aboard the Dreamland Choo-Choo (1964)

Druid Gladiator Clone (2003)

Spider-Man: The Lost Avenger (2015)

Estrapade Street (1953)

Rue de l'Estrapade is a 1953 French film.

Simorgh (2014)

Rebellion (1936)

Rebellion is a 1936 American western film directed by Lynn Shores and starring Tom Keene, Rita Hayworth, and Duncan Renaldo.

So Young, So Lovely, So Vicious... (1975)

Peccati di gioventù, internationally released as So Young, So Lovely, So Vicious..., is a 1975 Italian coming-of-age-drama film directed by Silvio Amadio.

23 Seconds (2010)

All the Way from Michigan Not Mars (2009)

A Language Of Passion (2005)

Akram Khan: Homeland (2011)

Anti-Cats (1950)

Una famiglia (2017)

Vincent was born fifty years ago near Paris, but has cut off every bond with his roots. Maria, fifteen years his junior, grew up in Ostia, but no longer sees her family. Together they form a couple who does not seem to need anyone and lead a secluded existence in the indolent and distracting city of Rome, an ideal cradle for those who want to live away from prying eyes. In addition, Vincent and Mary are good at camouflaging themselves: when they take the metro, they sit neatly, tenderly embraced. Sometimes they dine at the restaurant, more interested in looking into their eyes than food in their dishes. When they come home, they make love with the passion of the beginnings, in a suburban apartment that she has carefully furnished. Yet, if you look closely, everyday life is not as happy as it seems. Arriving at what her instinct tells her to be the last pregnancy, Maria decides that it's time to form a true family. The choice leads to an inevitable consequence.

Tigers of the Snow (1997)

Ain't She Tweet (1952)

Ain't She Tweet is a "Looney Tunes" (reissued as a Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodies in 1961) cartoon animated short starring Tweety and Sylvester. Released June 21, 1952, the cartoon is directed by Friz Freleng. The voices were performed by Mel Blanc and Bea Benaderet. The title is a play on the song "Ain't She Sweet."

Four Journeys Into Mystic Time: Trans (1978)

Accidents, Blunders and Calamities (2016)

Billy Connolly: You Asked for it (2011)

Two for Tea (2014)