Killing Thyme (2015)
A schoolboy meets a cranky old man who claims he's just waiting to die.
A Place in the World (2001)
In the wilds of Argentina, Mario (Federico Luppi) and his wife, Ana (Cecilia Roth), work to stop the construction of a dam. The structure will generate massive amounts of electricity -- but will also flood the valley, effectively ending the livelihoods of scores of local shepherds. Joining in their struggle against the project is Hans (Jose Sacristan), a geologist who's a newcomer to the community. In time, Hans also becomes a mentor to the couple's son, Ernesto (Gaston Batyi).
Pheka Pheki (1989)
Problems arise due to a husband's suspicious nature.
A villager's desire to fight British rule leads him to guard a mysterious box.
A wounded Marine returns home after months of surgeries and rehab.
The Trader (2019)
A successful stock trader makes a surreal journey to find his true self.
Neolithic Patchwork Quilt (2016)
A man undergoes an existential crisis as he nears the end of his chemotherapy.
Trouble No More (2017)
Bob Dylan performs gospel music during his 1980 tour.
The Trace We Leave Behind (2017)
A young physician coordinating the transfer of patients is troubled when a patient goes missing one night and completely disappears from the system.
Waiting for The Sun (2016)
China's abandoned children long for their imprisoned parents.
The True Game of Death (1978)
Historia ficcticia sobre las circunstancias que rodearon trágica muerte de la estrella de artes marciales Bruce Lee.
Any Day Now (2014)
A man buys a coffin and puts it in his living room to help him contemplate death.
Silver Waters (2014)
A fisherman's wife grapples with loneliness while her husband is at sea.
An American student abroad in London joins a new church.
Childhood friends Avery and Chip reflect on their relationship through a series of memories, which sparks an epiphany in one of them.
BoBoiBoy: The Movie (2016)
Superfriends race to save Ochobot from alien treasure hunters.
Please Don't Call the Cops (2016)
A man discovers his wife is a kleptomaniac.
Dr. Elevator (2016)
A mathematician helps deliver a baby in an elevator.
Like a Summer Sonata (2016)
Two strangers share an important secret.
An amateur astronomer makes a significant discovery.
That's Opportunity Knocking (2016)
Two would-be robbers are attempting to rob an apartment when the owners begin having sex.
Prison Nurse (1938)
Three nurses face an onslaught of stricken patients when an epidemic of typhoid fever breaks out in a state prison.
Our Mighty Yaya (2017)
An unfortunate looking woman becomes a nanny for a wealthy family in Manila.
The Last Projectionist (2016)
A family owned drive-in in upstate New York deals with upgrading to digital projection.
The Case of the Witch Who Wasn't (1990)
Biracial pen-pal girls (Marie-Stefane Gaudry, Kesnamelly Neff) meet each other in Quebec and befriend an old woman who is said to be a witch.
Francisco, el jesuita (2015)
The only authorized biography that displays the life and works of Jorge Mario Bergoglio, Pope Francis.
Kartik, raised in the slums by his brother, is an engineering student. His father, Jothi, who abandoned his family many years ago, takes advantage of Kartik's friend Vishnu for a drug peddling assignment.
Blue Money (1972)
The world of adult filmmaking is examined in a downbeat portrait of a man at the end of his rope.
The Man You Had in Mind (2006)
Filmmakers follow five gay couples and explore how they fit into their cultures.
The Bandit Giuliano (2017)
The life of Sicilian bandit Giuliano.
The Legend of Mor'du (2012)
A power-obsessed prince seeks a magic spell that would allow him to wrest control of a kingdom from his brothers.
The 312 (2017)
A young fat guy decides to transform himself, both mentally and physically, to gain the attention of the girl of his dreams.
After taking a DNA test, Latin America's most decorated artist, Rene Perez, embarks on a global adventure to trace the footsteps of his ancestors and record his latest album.
Paris Prestige (2017)
Two brothers passionately disagree about how to run their family-owned bar.
Word is Bond (2017)
Sacha Jenkins explores lyricism and the artists that practice the art form in hip-hop music.
Bholi Bhali Ladki (2001)
A vacationing man falls in love while spending time in the hills.
Walkie Talkie (2012)
A battered man awakens in an unfamiliar desert environment beside the dead body of an unknown woman.
Unna and Nuuk (2006)
A drum allows a girl to travel in time.
Pancho Villa Takes Zacatecas (2014)
A battle has changed the fate of Mexico and the ability of a country's army to bring down a dictatorship.
Siba: Playing Through the Storm (2012)
Poet and composer Siba goes through the painful process of redefining his artistic expression.
Curse of the Witch's Doll (2012)
Following a series of inexplicable events, a woman comes to believe that a doll possesses the soul of a vengeful witch.
On Wheels (2017)
Lucas, a 13-year-old wheelchair user, and Las, a 12-year-old girl, set off on a trip to find Las' father.
Our People Will Be Healed (2017)
Efforts are made to decolonize Manitoba's First Nation communities.
Home Invaders (2018)
A single mother restores a Victorian home and opens a bed-and-breakfast. But the arrival of a guest with a hidden agenda shatters the peace.
An orangutan escapes from the zoo, passes himself off as a man, and becomes one of the sassiest, most famous talk show hosts on the planet.
Silent Love Stories (2017)
Romantic love stories with music as the only sound.
Brighton: Symphony of a City (2016)
A portrait of Brighton.
Bendik & the Monster (2014)
A monster dreams of becoming a cabaret singer.
Water Path for a Fish (2015)
A boy is sleeping when a gust of wind wakes him up. From his window, he sees a goldfish in a puddle, gasping for air. He decides to save it as best he can.
La razón de la culpa (1943)
A Spanish man travels to Mexico to claim his inheritance without knowing that he will find the love of his life.
Miss Christmas (2017)
The tree finder for Chicago's renowned Radcliffe Tree lighting is left desperate to find the perfect tree. A letter from a boy promising his tree is perfect sends her to a small town where she learns his dad isn't willing to part with the tree.
Money 1955: The Emmett Till Murder Trial (2013)
Two white men from Mississippi stand trial for lynching a 14-year-old black boy.
Legend of Poker King (2016)
Strange martial artists battle with playing cards.
The Worthy (2017)
Survivors of a global catastrophe defend one of the last sources of clean water from infiltrators.
Silent Night, Bloody Night (2011)
Pierre and Patricia have some friends over for Christmas Eve. But the evening is not going to unfold exactly as intended. A stranger bursts in and threatens each guest until they confess their little secrets and lies.
City Without Baseball (2008)
In a Hong Kong city where baseball culture is non-existent, baseball players are a minority by choice. The experience teaches them to be free-thinkers in dealing with love, friendship and their own sexuality.
Never Let Go (2015)
A single mother who is on vacation takes the law into her own hands to take back her abducted child.
The Night Guard (2016)
When a construction site security guard is questioned about a crime from the previous night, his statement differs from the wily night watchman, and it creates fear and tension between them.
The Call Of The Sea (2012)
Isabel is a marine biologist who suffers from an illness that puts an end to her work. She travels to Chiloé Island, and she learns about a ghost ship called Caleuche, which terrorizes the locals.
Young boxers try to turn their lives around and improve the boxing industry.
Bunnyman Vengeance (2017)
Bunnyman returns home to his family's haunted house and unleashes his bloodlust.
There Is a House Here (2017)
Through correspondence and trips to Iqaluit, Alan Zweig examines culture and identity with his pen pal and tour guide, Inuk rock singer Lucie Idlout.
Trippin' To The Alter (2017)
A man gives his reality TV-loving fiancee a wedding gift she'll never forget: her own documentary crew. Filmmakers follow them during the most stressful time of their lives, capturing every moment of misery and happiness.
Time Chasers (1994)
A man (Matthew Bruch) must go to different eras to stop his time-traveling technology from falling into the wrong hands.
That Cold Day In The Park (1969)
A disturbed spinster goes to unbelievable lengths to make the man she met in the park her permanent houseguest.
Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000)
At Alpine University, one senior student will be awarded the prestigious Hitchcock Award for best thesis film, virtually guaranteeing the winner a film career in Hollywood. Amy, Travis and Graham are student filmmakers who would love to make it big in Hollywood. But first they've got to survive their last semester at Alpine, a renowned film school where the competition is killer -- and someone is killing the competition.
Tokyo Pop (1988)
A tall, blond punk-rocker (Carrie Hamilton) in New York moves to Tokyo and falls for the leader (Yutaka Tadokoro) of her band.
They Call Me Bruce? (1982)
Mobsters send a Bruce Lee look-alike (Johnny Yune) cross-country with what he thinks are bags of flour.
Touched by Love (1980)
A nursing trainee (Deborah Raffin) encourages a teenager with cerebral palsy (Diane Lane) to write her idol, Elvis Presley.
The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976)
A hooded madman stalks the lovers' lanes of Texarkana in this fact-based account of a 1946 killing spree.
Twisted Justice (1990)
In future Los Angeles the police must use tranquilizer guns; one renegade (David Heavener) prefers bullets.
Third Man on the Mountain (1959)
Adapted from the novel "Banner in the Sky," this film follows Rudi Matt (James MacArthur), a young man on a mission to honor his father. In the golden age of Alpinism, his father ascended the highest peak their Swiss village had to offer, the lofty Matterhorn. But, after he's killed in the brutal climb, his son decides to take up his banner and endeavor to conquer the mountain that claimed his father. He will not be deterred -- not even by the desperate pleas of his loving mother.
Tuareg: Desert Warrior (1984)
A Middle Eastern warrior seeks vengeance when two guests of his tribe fall prey to a vicious army patrol.
Tale Of A Vampire (1992)
Having lost his true love in the 19th century, vampire Alex (Julian Sands) is lonely. In the present, Alex spends his time working on a thesis about religious martyrs, only preying on animals and lowlifes for blood. His days of library research are brightened by Anne (Suzanna Hamilton), a new librarian with a striking resemblance to his old flame. The pair are drawn to each other, unaware that they have been brought together by Alex's old rival, Edgar (Kenneth Cranham), for sinister ends.
A serial killer (Jan Decleir) escapes from jail just as a filmmaker (Mickey Rourke) is preparing a movie about his life.
Turbulent Skies (2010)
An inventor (Casper Van Dien) must board a plane in midair to prevent a disaster.
The Benders (2014)
An ordinary housewife discovers that reality is actually a computer simulation.
On Angel's Wings (2014)
A girl takes her brother and dog on an adventure after an angel grants her three wishes.
Treehouse Hostage (1999)
An escaped convict (Jim Varney) manages to elude the police but is captured by a 10-year-old (Joey Zimmerman) who plans to use him for a school project.
The Pretender (1947)
Corrupt stockbroker Kenneth Holden (Albert Dekker) embezzles from his wealthiest client, Claire Worthington (Catherine Craig), before deciding to propose marriage. Already engaged, Claire refuses and doesn't identify her fiancé, provoking Holden to turn to a gangster to find the man and murder him. While the assassin waits for a newspaper announcement with a picture to identify the fiancé, Claire suddenly agrees to marry Holden -- who then panics when their engagement picture is printed.
The Main Event (1979)
When her accountant absconds with all her money, Hillary Kramer (Barbra Streisand) goes from reigning queen of the perfume business to flat broke. Down to her last few possessions of value, Hillary finds a contract for a boxer known as Eddie "Kid Natural" Scanlon (Ryan O'Neal). He's a completely inept fighter, but Kramer is desperate enough to think he's her ticket back to glory. She aggressively promotes him despite his flaws, and falls in love along the way.
Dangerous Passion (1990)
A security expert (Carl Weathers) flees with his lover (Lonette McKee), the wife of a mobster (Billy Dee Williams) who may be setting them up.
Canyon River (1956)
A rancher's (George Montgomery) foreman (Peter Graves) schemes against him on a cattle drive from Oregon to Wyoming.
The River Rat (1984)
After serving more than a decade behind bars as an innocent man, Billy (Tommy Lee Jones) returns home to connect with his teenage daughter, Jonsy (Martha Plimpton), a sassy girl with no intention of letting him simply stroll into her life. Still, Billy is determined to be a real father, and he involves her in a project restoring a boat, during which the two finally bond. When they run across the corrupt Doc Cole (Brian Dennehy), they must work together to keep Billy from returning to prison.
Sam Kinison Family Entertainment Hour (1991)
Get ready to scream with laughter! Sam Kinison's primal scream will echo down through the comedy hall of fame summing up so much of modernity's horror and stupidity. This concert was taped at the Wiltern Theatre where Sam was joined with the Randy Hansen Band and a salacious slew of sinuous sirens, including his wife Malika. Join Sam Kinison and guests for a concert guaranteed to make you laugh 'til you cry for more - there's something for every member of the family - Sam Kinison style!
Naked Fame (2004)
Filmmaker Christopher Long documents the life of Colton Ford, a gay porn star who quit the industry to pursue a music career.
Virgin High (1991)
Wise guys sneak into a religious girls school where a man (Burt Ward) has banished his daughter (Tracy Dali).
Vampires vs. Zombies (2004)
Jenna's father whisks her away after she becomes afflicted with a vampiric disease, and on their way home, they encounter vampire Carmilla, zombies, and a vampire hunter.
Visiting Hours (1982)
A slasher (Michael Ironside) finds the hospital where a TV newswoman (Lee Grant) is recovering from his attack.
Things Are Tough All Over (1982)
Drug-addled, down-and-out musicians Cheech (Cheech Marin) and Chong (Tommy Chong) finally get a lucky break when two wealthy Arabs, Mr. Slyman (also Marin) and Prince Habib (also Chong), hire them to drive a limousine from Chicago to Las Vegas. What the hapless duo doesn't know is that millions are stashed in the seats of the car. Soon the clueless Cheech and Chong are selling off parts of the limo for money and wind up in the desert with their angry foreign employers in hot pursuit.
Thumbelina goes on a journey to save her father's dam and warn the little people of the danger.