Facing Windows (2003)

An unhappily married woman (Giovanna Mezzogiorno) befriends an old man (Massimo Girotti) and spies on a handsome neighbor (Raoul Bova).

Me & Isaac Newton (2000)

Me & Isaac Newton is a 1999 documentary directed by Michael Apted.

Love And Action In Chicago (1999)

Love And Action In Chicago is a 1999 American action romantic comedy starring Courtney B. Vance, Regina King and Kathleen Turner. The film, written and directed by Dwayne Johnson-Cochran, in his directorial debut, focuses on a celibate hired assassin finding love with a quirky accountant in the Windy City.

What Next, Corporal Hargrove? (1945)

What Next, Corporal Hargrove? is a 1945 black-and-white comedy film from MGM, produced by George Haight, directed by Richard Thorpe, that stars Robert Walker and Keenan Wynn. Harry Kurnitz received an Oscar nomination for his original screenplay, What Next, Corporal Hargrove?, for this follow-up to the 1944 hit See Here, Private Hargrove.

Warp Speed (1981)

A ship is found adrift in space with no trace of its crew, or any signs of life at all. A psychic is brought into to try to "join" her mind with the memories lingering in the spacecraft so she can find out what happened to the crew and where they are now.

The Sea Bat (1930)

The Sea Bat is a 1930 American thriller film directed by Lionel Barrymore and Wesley Ruggles, starring Raquel Torres and featuring Boris Karloff. Part of the film was filmed on location in Mazatlán, Mexico. The film was originally intended as a vehicle for Lon Chaney, but he was too ill of throat cancer to undertake the project, and died on August 26, 1930. The film concerns a community of sponge divers who are harassed by a large and hostile manta ray. In reality, manta rays are gentle creatures, and do not attack humans.

O.H.M.S. (1937)

O.H.M.S. (US title You're in the Army Now) is a 1937 English adventure film directed by Raoul Walsh and starring Wallace Ford, John Mills, Anna Lee and Grace Bradley.

From the Manger to the Cross (1912)

From the Manger to the Cross or Jesus of Nazareth is a 1912 American motion picture that was filmed on location in Egypt and in Palestine. It tells the story of Jesus' life. Directed by Sidney Olcott who also appeared in the film, actress and screenwriter Gene Gauntier wrote the script and portrayed the Virgin Mary. The film received excellent reviews at the time of its original release. After Vitagraph Studios acquired Kalem, the film was re-released in February 1919.

Raaste Kaa Patthar (1972)

Raaste Kaa Patthar is a 1972 Bollywood action film directed by Mukul Dutt. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan and Shatrughan Sinha. The movie is loosely based on the 1960 movie The Apartment.

Blood Money (1999)

When a load of cash and dead underworld assasins are found at the scene of a drug deal gone sour, Candy (Lori Petty), a fiesty stripper, finds herself in the Mafia's cross-hairs. She's the only eye-witness alive who can implicate a vicious crime lord, and now her life depends on Detective Connor (Michael Ironside) and his partner Peter (Currie Graham). But when no hiding place is safe, who can you trust? You won't know what hit you in this nail-biting action thriller!

Cry, the Beloved Country (1951)

In the back country of South Africa, black minister Stephen Kumalo (Canada Lee) journeys to the city to search for his missing son, only to find his people living in squalor and his son a criminal. Reverend Misimangu (Sidney Poitier) is a young South African clergyman who helps find his missing son-turned-thief and sister-turned-prostitute in the slums of Johannesburg.

Mark of the Astro-Zombies (2004)

A disgruntled scientist, recently fired by a space agency, decides to create superhuman monsters from the body parts of innocent murder victims. The creatures eventually escape and go on a killing spree, attracting the attention of both an international spy ring and the CIA.

The Spider Woman Strikes Back (1946)

The Spider Woman Strikes Back is a 1946 horror film starring Gale Sondergaard. Despite the similar title and role played by Sondergaard, the film is not a sequel to the Sherlock Holmes film, The Spider Woman. In The Spider Woman, Sondergaard's character is named Adrea Spedding. This time it is Zenobia Dollard.

Blind Detective (2013)

Blind Detective is a 2013 Hong Kong-Chinese action crime romantic comedy film directed by Johnnie To and starring Andy Lau and Sammi Cheng.

Beyond Recognition (2003)

Two Chochenyo Ohlone women struggle to protect their ancestors' burial places.

Dixie (1943)

Pre-Civil War minstrel Dan Emmett (Bing Crosby) gets in trouble with his corncob pipe, his girlfriend (Dorothy Lamour) and card shark Mr. Bones (Billy De Wolfe).

Future War (1997)

Future War is a 1997 American direct-to-video science fiction film about an escaped human slave fleeing his cyborg masters and seeking refuge on Earth. It was lampooned in a 1999 episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Heatwave (1997)

Detectives endure record-breaking heat while seeking a rapist/killer who assaulted a female officer (Erika Eleniak) during a stakeout.

Beastmaster 2: Through the Portal of Time (1991)

The Beastmaster travels through a hole in time to present-day Los Angeles in order to chase down his evil nemesis.

The Uncondemned (2016)

The Uncondemned is a 2015 documentary film produced by Film at Eleven Media. Co-directed by Michele Mitchell and Nick Louvel, the film examines the first trial that prosecuted rape as a war crime and an act of genocide. Rape was declared a war crime in 1919 but was not tried in court until 1997 during the trial of Jean-Paul Akayesu as a part of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). Shot in Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Netherlands and the United States, The Uncondemned premiered at the Hamptons International Film Festival on October 9, 2015.

Monkeyshines, No. 2 (1890)

The matriarch of a family has a large dinner to name her successor.

The Body of My Enemy (1976)

Le Corps de mon ennemi (also known as Body of My Enemy ) is a 1976 French crime film directed by Henri Verneuil.

An Innocent Affair (1948)

An Innocent Affair is a 1948 American comedy film directed by Lloyd Bacon and written by Lou Breslow and Joseph Hoffman. The film stars Fred MacMurray, Madeleine Carroll, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, Rita Johnson, Louise Allbritton and Alan Mowbray. The film was released on October 15, 1948, by United Artists.

McLeod's Daughters (1996)

McLeod's Daughters is a 1996 Australian television film, it aired on the Nine Network on 11 May 1996, which was Mother's Day. At the time it was the highest rated telemovie and still remains the highest rated telemovie of all time in Australia. The movie was the pilot for the later television series of the same name.

A Clown's Recovery (2013)

Sword swallower Jelly Boy the Clown suffers severe burns in an apartment fire and battles to recover and return to the stage as a circus performer.

Blondie Knows Best (1946)

Blondie Knows Best is a 1946 black and white comedy film and the eighteenth of the 28 Blondie films.

A Swingin' Summer (1965)

A Swingin' Summer is a 1965 comedy film in the beach party genre. It was directed and co-written by Robert Sparr. Raquel Welch stars in her first featured film role and makes her singing debut in the film.

Lunatics: A Love Story (1991)

Lunatics: A Love Story is a 1991 comedy romance film with neo-noir (especially psycho-noir) connections written and directed by Josh Becker, starring Ted Raimi, Deborah Foreman and Bruce Campbell. The film tells the story of a young, paranoid aspiring poet who, after an accidental phone conversation with a seemingly sweet woman, is forced to overcome his worries in order to win her heart. The film’s music was composed by Joseph LoDuca, and was edited by Kaye Davis.

New Morals For Old (1932)

Proper parents have a son (Robert Young) who wants to go to Paris, and a daughter (Margaret Perry) in love with a married man.

Zameer (1975)

Zameer is a 1975 Hindi action-drama film directed by Ravi Chopra, and produced by B. R. Chopra for B. R. Films. It stars Amitabh Bachchan, Saira Banu, Shammi Kapoor, Madan Puri and Vinod Khanna. The music for the film was composed by Sapan Chakraborty. It was a remake of 1960 film Bombai Ka Baboo starring Dev Anand which was a copy of Branded is a 1950 Technicolor western film starring Alan Ladd, Mona Freeman, Charles Bickford, and Robert Keith..

Samantha (1992)

Samantha is a 1992 American film starring actress Martha Plimpton. Though at the time already a film actress for nearly ten years, this was the first vehicle in which Plimpton was the star. The film co-starred Dermot Mulroney, Hector Elizondo, Mary Kay Place and Ione Skye. It was a commercial failure, with mixed critical review. The film was released in the fall and promoted as a romance blockbuster. A soundtrack/score album was released in anticipation of success that never came. The film featured cameo appearances by Robert Picardo (who would later find fame as The Doctor on Star Trek: Voyager) and Maryedith Burnell. Burnell had previously played the character of Helen Buckman, mother to Julie Buckman in the television version of the film Parenthood; in the film version, Julie was played by Martha Plimpton.

Utah Wagon Train (1951)

Utah Wagon Train is a 1951 American Western film directed by Philip Ford and written by John K. Butler. The film stars Rex Allen, Penny Edwards, Buddy Ebsen, Roy Barcroft, Sarah Padden and Grant Withers. The film was released on October 15, 1951, by Republic Pictures.

Private Worlds (1935)

Private Worlds is a 1935 drama film which tells the story of the staff and patients at a mental hospital, and the chief of the hospital who has problems dealing with a female psychiatrist. The film stars Claudette Colbert, Charles Boyer, Joel McCrea, Joan Bennett, and Helen Vinson. The movie was written by Phyllis Bottome, Gregory La Cava and Lynn Starling, and was directed by La Cava. Cinematographer Leon Shamroy used early zoom lenses to create special effects for the film. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress (Claudette Colbert). The film is based on a story by novelist Phyllis Bottome who has had several of her works transferred to film, such as The Mortal Storm (MGM, 1940).

Lassie: Flight of the Cougar (1967)

Mountaintop weather experiments provide a stormy background as Lassie saves a wounded mountain lion and her cubs.

The Stag (2013)

The Stag (known as The Bachelor Weekend in some regions) is a 2013 Irish film directed by John Butler in his feature début and written by Butler and Peter McDonald.

Virus (1995)

Virus is a 1995 television film starring Nicollette Sheridan, William Devane, Stephen Caffrey, Dakin Matthews, Kurt Fuller, Barry Corbin and William Atherton. It was directed by Armand Mastroianni and written by Robin Cook and Roger Young, based on Cook's novel Outbreak. The film is also known as Formula for Death.

Mercedes Sosa: The Voice of Latin America (2013)

Argentine singer Mercedes Sosa embarks on a successful career that lasts 60 years.

Narx (2011)

An undercover cop on the verge of retirement gets his biggest case yet when he is tasked with bringing New York's most powerful drug lord to justice.

Women of San Quentin (1983)

Powerful, dramatic account of the emotional and physical stress faced by an elite contingent of female guards employed at San Quentin Prison where the all-male population numbers more than 3,000.

Time To Love (1927)

Time to Love is a 1927 American silent comedy film directed by Frank Tuttle and starring Raymond Griffith, William Powell and Vera Voronina.

Here Comes Cookie (1935)

Here Comes Cookie is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Norman Z. McLeod and written by Don Hartman. The film stars George Burns, Gracie Allen, George Barbier, Betty Furness, Andrew Tombes, Rafael Storm, James Burke and Lee Kohlmar. The film was released on August 30, 1935, by Paramount Pictures.

Lovin' the Ladies (1930)

Lovin' the Ladies is a 1930 romantic comedy film directed by Melville W. Brown, and starring Richard Dix, Lois Wilson and Allen Kearns. It made a profit of $65,000. The film's screenplay was adapted by J. Walter Ruben, based on the 1919 Broadway play, I Love You, which was written by William Le Baron, who produced this film. A younger Richard Dix starred in the play, which was produced by legendary movie cowboy G. M. Anderson.

All About the Feathers (2013)

A lonely man working as a security guard buys a rooster to get into cockfighting, and finds his first true friend.

Hercules Against the Sons of the Sun (1964)

Hercules Against the Sons of the Sun (Italian: Ercole contro i figli del sole, Spanish: Hércules contra los hijos del Sol, also known as Hercules Vs. the Sons of the Sun) is a 1964 Italian-Spanish peplum film written and directed by Osvaldo Civirani.

Evel Knievel (2004)

Evel Knievel is a 2004 American drama film directed by John Badham and written by Jason Horwitch. The film stars George Eads, Jaime Pressly, Lance Henriksen, Fred Thompson, Beau Bridges, Matt Gordon and Peter MacNeill. The film premiered on TNT on July 30, 2004.

A Dedicated Life (1994)

A Dedicated Life is a 1994 Japanese documentary directed by Kazuo Hara about the novelist Mitsuharu Inoue. It shows the last years of his life when he fights cancer and tries to capture this remarkable figure and the influence he had on the people around him.

Giuseppe w Warszawie (1964)

Polish resistance fighters battle Germans in 1943.

Sci-Real (2015)

Follow Varo Venturi as he uncovers hidden secrets and inner circles of the occult. Venturi’s investigation leads him to forbidden corners of a world where reality, spirituality, and mysticism collide.

The New Girlfriend (2014)

A young woman makes a surprising discovery about the husband of her late best friend.

The Water Margin (1972)

The Water Margin, also known Outlaws of the Marsh and Seven Blows Of The Dragon, is a 1972 Hong Kong film adapted from the Chinese classical novel Water Margin. It was produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio and directed by Chang Cheh.

My First Miracle (2015)

Angelica, a 16-year-old teenager battling cancer, struggles to live a normal life and find her true love before it's too late.

South of Monterey (1946)

The Cisco Kid (Gilbert Roland), Pancho (Martin Garralaga) and a dancer try to outfox a swindler.

Didi quer ser Criança (2004)

Magic candy turns a factory worker (Renato Arago) into a child.

Gunsmoke: To the Last Man (1992)

Gunsmoke: To the Last Man is a 1992 American made-for-television western film starring James Arness as retired Marshal Matt Dillon and featuring Pat Hingle. Hapless rustlers make the fatal mistake of stealing Matt Dillon's cattle and Dillon blunders into the gory Pleasant Valley War during the process of hunting them down and killing two of them. The film, set in the 1880s, was directed by Jerry Jameson and based upon the long-running American television series Gunsmoke. The supporting cast features Matt Mulhern as Will McCall, Joseph Bottoms as villainous Tommy Graham, and Morgan Woodward as Sheriff Abel Rose.

Les patriotes (1994)

The Patriots (French: Les patriotes [le patʁiˈjɔt]) is a 1994 French film by director Éric Rochant which focuses on certain activities carried out by the Mossad, as well as describing some of their operational tactics. It is a fictionalized account of two separate missions undertaken by the Israeli secret services. The first part relates the acquisition of the plans of the nuclear power plant which was later bombed by the Israeli Air Force (the Osirak nuclear site in Iraq). The second part of the movie is an interpretation of the Jonathan Pollard spy scandal. The film was entered into the 1994 Cannes Film Festival.

Seven Days Away (2013)

Crooks keep their faith after a getaway goes wrong.

Men and Wolves (1957)

The Wolves (Italian: Uomini e lupi) is a 1956 Italian neorealistic drama film directed by Giuseppe De Santis.

Son of India (1931)

Son of India is a 1931 American romance film directed by Jacques Feyder. The film is based on the 1882 novel Mr. Issacs written by Francis Marion Crawford.

Tom At The Farm (2013)

Tom at the Farm (French: Tom à la ferme) is a 2013 psychological thriller directed by and starring Xavier Dolan. The film is based on the play of the same name by Michel Marc Bouchard. It was screened in the main competition section at the 70th Venice International Film Festival on 2 September 2013, and also at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival in the Special Presentation section. At Venice the film won the FIPRESCI Prize. The film was nominated for Best Picture, among other awards, at the 2nd Canadian Screen Awards, but did not win.

Hwang Jin Yi (2007)

The life of a 16th-century female entertainer.

El Facilitador (2013)

While caring for her ailing father, a young Ecuadoran woman becomes involved in a fight for water access in an Andean community.

Pipelines, pouvoir et démocratie (2015)

The struggle between activists and lobbyists to stop the Energy East pipeline.

A Christmas Carol (1999)

A Christmas Carol is a 1999 British-American made-for-television film adaptation of Charles Dickens' famous novel A Christmas Carol that was first televised December 5, 1999 on TNT. It was directed by David Jones and stars Patrick Stewart as Ebenezer Scrooge and Richard E. Grant as Bob Cratchit. The film was produced after Patrick Stewart performed a series of successful theatrical readings of A Christmas Carol on Broadway and in London.

Lighthouse (1947)

Two men (Don Castle, John Litel) and a woman (June Lang) form a triangle confined by a lighthouse.

The Hoosier Schoolmaster (1935)

A former Union soldier (Norman Foster) faces an uphill battle against crooks and Yankee-haters when he takes a teaching job in a small town.

Bless You, Prison (2002)

Bless You, Prison is a 2002 Romanian drama film based on the eponymous novel by Nicole Valéry Grossu.

The Prime Time (1960)

A detective and a young man search for his girlfriend after she runs away from home.

The Tell-Tale Heart (1960)

The Tell-Tale Heart is a 1960 British horror film directed by Ernest Morris produced by The Danzigers. The screenplay by Brian Clemens and Eldon Howard is a loose adaptation of the 1843 short story of the same title by Edgar Allan Poe.

Dark Star (1974)

Dark Star is a 1974 American science fiction comedy film written by John Carpenter and Dan O'Bannon. The feature film debut for both, it was directed, produced and scored by Carpenter, and edited by and starring Dan O'Bannon, who also acted as production designer and visual effect supervisor.

Bypass (2014)

After the death of his mother, a teen (George MacKay) turns to a life of crime to make ends meet.

Noelle (2007)

Noëlle is a 2007 drama film written, produced, and directed by David Wall who also stars as Father Jonathan Keene, a Catholic priest who comes to a small American fishing village in the Christmas season to shut down a dying parish, only to experience a personal transformation as he encounters the eccentric townspeople. Shot on location on Cape Cod, Noëlle was originally produced under the title Mrs. Worthington's Party by Volo Films (David Wall's production banner) and won two awards at the 2006 Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival for Best Director and Best American Indie 1st Runner Up. The film was picked up for commercial distribution by Gener8Xion Entertainment and was released in theaters on December 7, 2007.

Shadows of the Orient (1935)

Shadows of the Orient is a 1935 American film directed by Burt P. Lynwood.

The Ghost Walks (1934)

The Ghost Walks is a 1934 horror film, directed by Frank R. Strayer.

Goodbye Love (1933)

Goodbye Love is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by H. Bruce Humberstone.

A Parisian Romance (1932)

A Parisian Romance is a 1932 American drama film directed by Chester M. Franklin and starring Lew Cody, Marion Shilling and Gilbert Roland. It is based on the play of the same title by Octave Feuillet, which had previously been made into a 1916 silent film.

The Phantom Creeps (1939)

The Phantom Creeps is a 1939 serial about a mad scientist who attempts to rule the world by creating various elaborate inventions. In a dramatic fashion, foreign agents and G-Men try to seize the inventions for themselves. It was the 112th serial released by Universal Pictures and the 44th to have sound. The serial stars Béla Lugosi as the villainous Doctor Zorka with Dorothy Arnold and Robert Kent. It was adapted in DC's Movie Comics #6, cover date September–October 1939, the final issue of that title. The first three episodes of The Phantom Creeps were lampooned during the second season of the TV show Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years (1977)

Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years is a 1977 American made-for-television film and a sequel to Eleanor and Franklin (1976). Originally airing on March 13, 1977, it was part of a two-part biographical film directed by Daniel Petrie based on Joseph P. Lash's Pulitzer prize-winning biography chronicling the lives of the 32nd U.S. President and the first lady. Joseph Lash was a secretary and confidant of Eleanor and wrote other books on the couple.

Young Bill Hickok (1940)

Young Bill Hickok is a 1940 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers

Money (1993)

Money is a 1993 Telugu hit film directed by Siva Nageswara Rao. The film stars J. D. Chakravarthy, Chinna, Jayasudha, Renuka Shahane, Paresh Rawal, Bramhanandam, Sharat Saxena, and Tanikella Bharani. The film was produced by Ram Gopal Varma. The success of the film lead to two sequels titled Money Money (1995) and Money Money, More Money (2011). The film was remade in Hindi as Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega and is loosely based on the American film Ruthless People.

Born to Speed (1947)

Born to Speed is a 1947 American action film directed by Edward L. Cahn and written by Crane Wilbur, Scott Darling and Robert B. Churchill. The film stars Johnny Sands, Vivian Austin, Don Castle, Frank Orth, Geraldine Wall and Joe Haworth. The film was released on January 12, 1947, by Producers Releasing Corporation.

Il tango della gelosia (1981)

Il tango della gelosia (Tango of Jealousy) is a 1981 Italian comedy film directed by Steno.

Carnival Lady (1933)

Carnival Lady is a 1933 American drama film directed by Howard Higgin and starring Boots Mallory, Allen Vincent and Donald Kerr.

The Hideous Sun Demon (1958)

The Hideous Sun Demon (sometimes billed as The Sun Demon, or in the UK as Blood on His Lips) is a 1959 science fiction horror film written, directed and produced by Robert Clarke, who also starred in the film. It also stars Patricia Manning, Nan Peterson, Patrick Whyte and Fred La Porta. The film focuses on a scientist (portrayed by Clarke) who is exposed to a radioactive isotope and becomes a rampaging lizard-man whenever he goes out in the sunlight. The film was inspired by the financial success of The Astounding She-Monster in which Clarke had starred. The film's crew was made up of University of Southern California film students, and the film's cast were either unknowns or Clarke's family and friends. The film was shot during 12 consecutive weekends and was shot by three different cinematographers. Originally budgeted at $10,000, it ended up costing $50,000. The Hideous Sun Demon premiered briefly on August 29, 1958 as part of a double bill with Roger Corman's Attack of the Crab Monsters, then was generally distributed in 1959. The film received mostly negative reviews upon its release, but has since become a cult film and has been referenced and parodied many times. An unauthorized sequel, the 1965 short film Wrath of the Sun Demon, was produced by Donald F. Glut. Two redubbed versions of the original film have been released: the comedic Hideous Sun Demon: Special Edition and What's Up, Hideous Sun Demon (also known as Revenge of the Sun Demon), the latter of which was produced with Clarke's permission.

Seminole (1953)

Seminole is a 1953 American Technicolor Western film directed by Budd Boetticher starring Rock Hudson, Anthony Quinn, Barbara Hale and Richard Carlson. Much of the film was shot in the Everglades National Park, Florida.

Triplecross (1995)

An FBI agent (Billy Dee Williams) involves a convict in a scheme to nab a con-artist couple (Patrick Bergin, Ashley Laurence).

Agent for H.A.R.M. (1966)

Agent for H.A.R.M. is a 1966 science fiction spy thriller (spy-fi) directed by Gerd Oswald and starring Peter Mark Richman. It is one of a number of spy thrillers of the time which have conspicuous sci-fi elements. In this case it is the inclusion of deadly spores which turn human flesh into fungus on contact. It was originally intended that this film would act as the television pilot for a new spy series. However, it was later decided that it should be given a theatrical release instead. It was initially released as a double feature with Wild Wild Winter. In 1997 this film was featured on movie-mocking television show Mystery Science Theater 3000, as experiment (episode) #815.