All Things Fair (1995)
All Things Fair (Swedish: Lust och fägring stor, literally "Great Lust and Beauty") is a Swedish drama film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 3 November 1995, directed by Bo Widerberg, about a sexual relationship between a teacher and her 15-year-old student in southern Sweden during World War II. Bo Widerberg's son Johan Widerberg stars as the boy and Marika Lagercrantz plays the teacher. The original title is taken from the Swedish hymn "Den blomstertid nu kommer", which is traditionally sung in schools before closing for the summer holiday.
It was the last film to be made by Widerberg. It won several domestic and international awards and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Downrange is a 2017 American horror thriller film written and directed by Ryuhei Kitamura. It stars Kelly Connaire, Stephanie Pearson and Rod Hernandez.
Love You to the Stars and Back (2017)
Feeling out place in her own home, an eccentric and socially awkward girl, Mika (Julia Barretto), decides to go on a road trip with a very strange goal – to look for aliens.
In her trip, Mika accidentally bumps into a simple and good-humored boy, Caloy (Joshua Garcia), whom she chooses to give a free ride to until he reaches his destination.
Mika is surprised to know that Caloy has cancer. But despite his condition, he has learned to accept his fate and remained positive and joyful.
The two embark on a roadtrip filled with adventures and misadventures, not knowing that it will lead them to experiencing their most memorable romance at such a young age. They unexpectedly teach each other an important lesson on love and life – one that takes most people a lifetime to learn.
The Sex Trip (2017)
Eddie is a womanizer that must realize he needs to change before the curse wares off, lucky for him Jess is the beautiful girl that makes him realize beauty can be on the outside as well as the inside. But what ever happens during is a must see.
The Misandrists (2017)
When an injured male leftist on the run discovers the remote stronghold of the Female Liberation Army -- a radical feminist terrorist group whose mission is to usher in a female world order -- one of the members takes pity on him and hides him in the basement. However, the man in the basement is just one of many secrets threatening to disrupt the FLA’s mission from within.
Natural Resistance (2014)
Four Italian winegrowers live a life we all dream of: Giovanna Tiezzi and Stefano Borsa in their con- verted 11th century monastery and winery in Tuscany; Corrado Dottori and Valerio Bochi, refugees from industrial Milan in their grandfatherÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½s farmstead in the magical Marches; ex-librarian Elena Pantaleoni working her fatherÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½s vineyards in Emilia; and then Stefano Bellotti, a radical farmer poet, disrupting everyoneÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½s rules from his avant-garde farm in the Piedmont.
Banning is a 1967 film directed by Ron Winston and starring Robert Wagner, Jill St. John, Gene Hackman, Guy Stockwell and James Farentino. Quincy Jones and Bob Russell were nominated for an Academy Award for the song, "The Eyes of Love."
After a visit to a healer, a woman loses control over what she says.
A college student gives up his education to become involved in the drug trade.
Carmen is a 2003 Spanish drama film directed by Vicente Aranda. The script was written by Aranda and Joaquim Jordà adapting the classic romance of the same name by Prosper Mérimée. Director Vicente Aranda based the plot on Mérimée's original 1847 novella about jealousy and passion, not its famous operatic adaptation by Bizet from 1875, changing some details about the love story between Carmen (Paz Vega) and José (Leonardo Sbaraglia). As in the novella, author Mérimée (Jay Benedict) is portrayed as a French writer who finds the "real" Carmen in early 19th century Spain.
Burial of the Rats (1995)
Bram Stoker's Burial of the Rats is a 1995 American film. It was part of a series Roger Corman Presents.
The Seventh Day (1922)
The Seventh Day is a 1922 American silent drama film directed by Henry King and starring Richard Barthelmess, Frank Losee and Anne Cornwall. A group of high society New Yorkers on a yachting vacation put into a small New England fishing village for repairs. While there they strike up relationships with locals that threatens the harmony of their party.
Scumbag is a 2017 black comedy film by the filmmaker Mars Roberge. The film stars Princess Frank and Debra Haden with an ensemble cast of underground legends.
Mandobasar Galpo (2017)
An acclaimed filmmaker struggles to come to terms with a traumatic experience.
Grand Cru (2018)
The life and work of winemaker Pascal Marchand.
Eu Maior (2013)
A contemporary reflection on self-knowledge and the pursuit of happiness.
Behind the Curtain: Todrick Hall (2017)
Todrick Hall launches his most ambitious project to date: a full-scale, original musical.
Suhana Safar (1970)
Suhana Safar is a 1970 Bollywood drama film directed by Vijay. The film stars Shashi Kapoor and Sharmila Tagore.
While investigating a brutal string of deaths, a detective begins to suspect that mind control may have played a part in the murders.
Johann Karlo's Gun Driver (2016)
Two rebellious warriors team up against the Boss of America and his soulless goons.
Idle Thoughts (2018)
A lazy writer fakes a relationship to find inspiration for her new book.
London Symphony (2017)
London Symphony is a brand new silent film - a city symphony - which offers a poetic journey through the city of London. It is an artistic snapshot of the city as it stands today, and a celebration of its culture and diversity.
Camp Blood 5 (2016)
A woman returns to the forest after she survives a massacre to avenge her fallen friends.
Blue Monkey (1987)
Blue Monkey is a 1987 Canadian horror film directed by William Fruet. The film centers on a group of doctors trapped in a quarantined hospital as a giant insect-like creature begins to spread a deadly infection. The film was released on VHS by March 31, 1988. It received mostly negative reviews upon its release
The Invisible Heart (2018)
Tracking the birth of a new global financial market -- a market designed to be an unorthodox marriage between capitalism and charity.
Scream for Me Sarajevo (2018)
During the longest siege a capital city has faced in the history of modern warfare, and amid the mortars and grenades, a heavy metal band agreed to play a concert…
Scream for Me Sarajevo is the astonishing story of the most unlikely of rock concerts, performed by Bruce Dickinson and his band Skunkworks in 1994. Risking their lives, they were smuggled into the besieged city to play a concert for its citizens amidst the chaos of war.
The Super Snooper (1952)
The Super Snooper is an animated short film in the Looney Tunes series directed by Robert McKimson and released on November 11, 1952, in the United States. Produced by Edward Selzer, the cartoon stars Daffy Duck- voiced by Mel Blanc- in a detective role.
Enemy Within (2016)
A sadistic killer targets a beautiful dancer.
Art Show Bingo (2017)
'Art Show Bingo' is the story of a set of very different twin brothers struggling to forge artistic careers in the face of skepticism from their father, the successful but embarrassing 'Mini Storage King.' Wil, an aspiring painter who didn't make the cut in the New York art world, decides to try selling his wares at outdoor art fairs while Ori, an overbearing filmmaker, follows him around making an in-your-face documentary and generally screwing up his brother's life.
New Town Utopia (2017)
New Town Utopia is a 2018 documentary feature film about the British new town experiment. It is an alternative social history of the Essex town of Basildon, including interviews and performances from artists, poets and musicians of the town.
Our New President (2018)
A trip down the rabbit hole of fake news, Our New President is a satire about the Russian media and its take on American politics. Moving between Kremlin-controlled network news and colorful reinterpretations of this news diet by average Russians, the film charts Trump’s election with reports produced by Putin’s propaganda machine. Overseen by Dmitry Kiselyov, host of the most watched news program on Russian television, a media empire works overtime to sabotage Hillary Clinton while celebrating Donald Trump. Moving through Trump’s first year in office, one piece of fake news at a time, the film compiles material produced by three channels: Russia-1, Russia Today, and the formerly independent network, NTV. A film about the news that is entirely devoid of true statements, this is a portrait of modern-day propaganda and its dissemination across the world. Brace yourself for the “true” story of Our New President.
À l'origine d'un cri (2010)
A young man searches for his father, who skipped town after digging up his ex-wife's corpse.
Atacada: la teoría del dolor (2015)
A woman accuses a powerful businessman of rape and is forced to endure the abuses of a disapproving public when she decides to take him to trial.
Near Death Experience (2014)
Near Death Experience is a 2014 French drama film directed, produced and written by Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern. It was selected to be screened in the Horizons section of the 71st Venice International Film Festival.
Seven Hundred Miles (2018)
A depressed writer reunites with three childhood friends. In an attempt to overcome their empty lives, they embark on a trip to go see the Cadillac Ranch.
Fool Moon (2016)
Fool Moon (original title: La Forêt de Quinconces) is a 2016 French romantic drama film written and directed by Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet and produced by Paulo Branco. It was selected to screen in the Special Screenings section of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
Point Dume (1995)
A production assistant gets caught up in the world's most complicated drug deal.
After a sudden pregnancy, a young couple discover that it takes a lot more than love to stick through all of life's knotty turns.
The Turkish Way (2017)
Three Roca brothers travel across Turkey.
En el séptimo día (2017)
En el séptimo día is a 2017 American Spanish-language independent drama film directed by Jim McKay. Set over the course of seven days, the film depicts a group of undocumented Mexican immigrants living in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, who form a soccer team.
Burnt Offering (2018)
As four teenage graffiti artists run from the police, they hide in an old abandoned schoolhouse. They quickly discover that the building is already being used for someone else's own dark purposes.
To a More Perfect Union: U.S. v. Windsor (2018)
A couple fight for love, marriage and equality.
The death of her estranged father sends a Manhattan doctor back to her hometown, where she uncovers a dark secret.
Exhibition on Screen: Munch 150 (2013)
An exhibition of artist Edvard Munch's works is co-hosted by Oslo's National Museum and Munch Museum.
Spy of Orange (2009)
A flamboyant fashion designer is recruited by the Dutch government to help bring a halt to his twin brother's terrorist threat.
In a small town in the American Midwest, 23-year-old Suzanna changes gender and becomes a boy named Coby.
The Hollow Child (2018)
A troubled foster teen, Samantha, works to expose a dangerous supernatural imposter in her new family and rescue her foster sister.
The Tribe (2018)
The Tribe (Spanish: La Tribu) is a 2018 Spanish comedy film directed by Fernando Colomo and written by Fernando Colomo and Yolanda García Serrano.
Time Share (2018)
Husband and father Pedro becomes increasingly suspicious that a series of mishaps at a resort during a family vacation are part of a sinister plan.
Cold War (2018)
A harmless cold turns into an all out war when a young couple get sick at the same time.
My Love or My Passion (2017)
A sports fan loses everything to his addiction to soccer. When he hits bottom, he fights to break his addiction and win back his wife.
Amapola Del Camino (1937)
A young woman is forced to marry a wealthy old pharmacist, but she is in love with another man who is planning to leave town.
One of the most renowned card magicians of all time, Richard Turner astounds audiences around the world with his legendary sleight of hand. What they may not even realize – and what makes his achievements all the more amazing – is that he is completely blind. Charting Turner's colorful life from his tumultuous childhood to the present, DEALT reveals how through determination and force of will, he overcame seemingly insurmountable obstacles to rise to the top of his profession. It's both a tantalizing, up-close look at the secretive world of magic and a candid, awe-inspiring portrait of a man who lives beyond his limitations.
Fourteen-year-old J goes by the pronoun 'They' and is exploring their gender identity while taking hormone blockers to postpone puberty. After two years of medication and therapy, J has to make a decision about whether or not to transition.
The Social Lion (1930)
The Social Lion is a 1930 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by A. Edward Sutherland and written by Octavus Roy Cohen, Joseph L. Mankiewicz and Agnes Brand Leahy. The film stars Jack Oakie, Mary Brian, Richard "Skeets" Gallagher, Olive Borden, Charles Sellon, Cyril Ring and E. H. Calvert. The film was released on June 21, 1930, by Paramount Pictures.
Last Night (2017)
Mark and Carmina first meet in an unexpected way when staying in the same hotel and sharing the same fate, both attempting to commit suicide. They start a friendship which eventually grows into something more.
Beyond Words (2018)
Beyond Words is a 2017 Dutch-Polish drama film directed by Urszula Antoniak. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.
Oblivion Verses (2017)
When the elderly caretaker of a morgue discovers the body of a young woman killed during a protest, he embarks on a magical odyssey to give her a proper burial before the militia returns.
The Little Cars in the Great Race (2006)
A delivery car dreams of being a champion racer.
La oveja negra (1949)
The Trevino family tries to overcome the irresponsible behavior of the erratic Don Cruz.
Demons is a 2017 horror film written, directed, produced by Miles Doleac. The film also stars Doleac along with Lindsay Anne Williams, Steven Brand, Andrew Divoff, John Schneider, Gary Grubbs, Kristina Emerson, and Jessica Harthcock.
Invasion on Chestnut Ridge (2017)
This film examines the history and continuation of unusual happenings on and around Chestnut Ridge, a mountain range located in Southwest Pennsylvania. The unexplained phenomenon in this region includes the Kecksburg UFO crash in 1965, the Uniontown Bigfoot and UFO sightings, terrifying encounters with an enormous prehistoric bird in Keystone State Park and much more.
A Dangerous Date (2018)
Introduced to online dating, a single father learns the dangerous pitfalls of trusting someone too early when he meets the "perfect woman."
Gangsters Gamblers Geezers (2016)
After spending all of their money partying, Krish and Lee have no money to give to Olu, their Nigerian landlord. Olu gives the boys 48 hours to pay their rent and promises that things will get biblical if they don't find come up with the money.
Eye On Juliet (2018)
Eye on Juliet is a Canadian drama film, directed by Kim Nguyen and released in 2017. The film had its world premiere in the Venice Days program of the 74th Venice International Film Festival, and its North American premiere at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.
To celebrate his wedding anniversary, Jean-Pierre buys his partner an English bulldog, which she calls Trsor. Nathalie engages in a deep and loving relationship with the pet but sometimes having an animal at home brings difficulties.
Beauty Mark (2018)
An empowering story inspired by true events, a poverty-stricken young mother is forced to move when her house is condemned. With no money and no options, she must confront her abusive past in order to save her family.
Fall of Grace (2017)
A couple's lives descend into violence and madness after their daughter becomes possessed by a demonic entity.
When a man and a woman kidnap the woman's rapist to extract a confession from him, they must decide how far they are willing to go for justice.
Lourdes (Marta Milans), a beautiful young immigrant mother, takes a job working night shifts as a cleaning woman in an old New York City restaurant. She struggles to make enough money in order to pay for her sick son's operation back home in Mexico. Just as his condition takes a turn for the worse, malevolent forces inside the restaurant begin to torment Lourdes as they begin killing those around her. Lourdes struggles to return to her son before she's either driven completely mad or the malevolent forces devour her body and soul.
The life and career of Danny Williams, the former premier of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Ghosts is a 2006 drama film directed by Nick Broomfield, based on the 2004 Morecambe Bay cockling disaster. The title is a reference to the Cantonese slang term Gweilo (鬼佬), meaning "ghost man", used for white people.
Censored Voices (2015)
One week after the 1967 'Six-Day War', a group of young kibbutzniks, led by renowned author Amos Oz and Editor Avraham Shapira, recorded intimate conversations with soldiers returning from the battlefield. The Israeli army censored the recordings, allowing only a fragment of the conversations to be published. Censored Voices reveals these original recordings for the first time.
Ruby In Paradise (1993)
Ruby in Paradise is a 1993 film written, directed, and edited by Victor Nunez, and starring Ashley Judd, Todd Field, Bentley Mitchum, Allison Dean, and Dorothy Lyman. An homage to Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen, the film is a character study, proceeding at a leisurely pace.
Verdict is a 1974 French-Italian drama film, directed by André Cayatte, starring Sophia Loren, Jean Gabin and Julien Bertheau. A French judge comes under intense personal pressure to acquit a man who is accused of murdering his lover. It was also released under the title Jury of One.
Storm Chasers: Revenge of the Twister (1998)
A widow (Kelly McGillis) uses her husband's theory about weather to predict a tornado and save lives.
Nightstick is a 1987 Canadian-American made for television action film which had theatrical release and later released to video and to theaters outside the United States. Directed by Joseph L. Scanlan, the film stars Bruce Fairbairn, Kerrie Keane, Leslie Nielsen, Robert Vaughn, and John Vernon.
The Wild Women of Wongo (1958)
The Wild Women of Wongo is a 1958 American film directed by James L. Wolcott, featuring low budget, stereotypical portrayals of fictional tropical islanders. The movie was released on DVD in 2004.
The Judge and the Assassin (1976)
The Judge and the Assassin (French: Le Juge et l'assassin) is a 1976 French drama film directed by Bertrand Tavernier. The film won two César Awards in 1977. It is based on the life of mass murderer Joseph Vacher.
Mimino (Russian: Мимино) is a 1977 comedy film by Soviet director Georgiy Daneliya produced by Mosfilm and Gruziya-film, starring Vakhtang Kikabidze and Frunzik Mkrtchyan. Anatoliy Petritskiy served as the film's Director of Photography. The Soviet era comedy won the 1977 Golden Prize at the 10th Moscow International Film Festival.
The Souler Opposite (1998)
The Souler Opposite is a 1998 American romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Bill Kalmenson and starring Christopher Meloni, Timothy Busfield and Janel Moloney.
Queen for a Day (1951)
Queen for a Day is a 1951 American comedy film directed by Arthur Lubin and written by Seton I. Miller. The film stars Jack Bailey, Jim Morgan, Fort Pearson, Melanie York, Cynthia Corley, Kay Wiley and Helen Mowery. The film was released on July 7, 1951, by United Artists.
Queen for a Day was an American quiz show that aired on radio beginning in 1945 and on television, hosted by Bailey, from 1956-64.
In the Fold (1996)
Star Command is a 1996 television film written by Melinda M. Snodgrass and directed by Jim Johnston, which was originally intended as a television pilot produced by Paramount Television for UPN.
The Magic Flute (2006)
The Magic Flute is Kenneth Branagh's English-language film version of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's singspiel Die Zauberflöte. The film is a co-production between France & the UK, produced by Idéale Audience and in association with UK's The Peter Moores Foundation.
In November 2005, it was announced that, as part of the 250th anniversary celebration of Mozart's birthday, a new film version of The Magic Flute, set during World War I, was to be made, directed by Kenneth Branagh, with a translation by Stephen Fry. The film was presented at the Toronto International Film Festival on 7 September 2006, at the Venice Film Festival on 8 September of that year, and released in Switzerland on 5 April 2007. It has played in many European countries.
The film, with a soundtrack performed by the Chamber Orchestra of Europe conducted by James Conlon, is the first motion picture version of the opera specifically intended for cinemas. Ingmar Bergman's 1975 film version was made for Swedish television and only later released to theatres. Branagh's version was shot in Super 35 and released in anamorphic widescreen, while Bergman's was filmed in Academy ratio for television sets of the 1970s.
A DVD of the film was released in France in August 2007 with a bonus soundtrack CD (lasting around 79 minutes) and a "Making of" featurette (50 minutes). The film has also been released on DVD in the Netherlands (in a three-disc set), Finland, Argentina, and Japan.
Revolver Entertainment is giving the film a theatrical release in the United States in June 2013, seven years after its premiere in Europe.
Dreams (Swedish: Kvinnodröm) is a 1955 Swedish drama film directed by Ingmar Bergman.
A crew working the Earth-Mars shipping route has to change course after a ship malfunction. When the ship lands on the remote asteroid colony Somnus, the colony is inhabited by a mysterious and sinister cult.
Colpo d'occhio (2008)
At a Glance (Italian: Colpo d'occhio) is a 2008 Italian thriller film written, directed and starred by Sergio Rubini. For his performance Riccardo Scamarcio won the 2008 Flaiano Prize for best actor.
SOS Pacific (1959)
When a seaplane fire forces a host of eclectic passengers, including a prisoner and the man who will testify against him, to make a disastrous water landing, they must brave the cruel elements to get to a nearby island. Once there, they discover that the land will be the target of nuclear testing in a matter of hours!
Twilight of the Ice Nymphs (1997)
Twilight of the Ice Nymphs (1997) is a fantasy romance film; the fourth feature directed by Guy Maddin. The screenplay was written by George Toles and inspired by the novel Pan (1894) by Knut Hamsun, with an additional literary touchstones being the short story "La Vénus d'Ille" (1837) by Prosper Mérimée. Twilight of the Ice Nymphs was Maddin's second feature film in colour and his first shot in 35 mm, on a budget of $1.5 million. As seen in Noam Gonick's documentary Waiting for Twilight, Maddin was dissatisfied with the filmmaking process due to creative interference from his producers.
Santa Fe Bound (1936)
Santa Fe Bound is a 1936 western directed by Harry S. Webb and produced by Webb and Bernard B. Ray for Reliable Pictures.
Deadly Melody (1994)
Deadful Melody is a 1994 Hong Kong fantasy wuxia film directed and produced by Ng Min Kan, starring Brigitte Lin, Yuen Biao, and Carina Lau. It is based on the wuxia novel of the same name by Ni Kuang. The film premiered in Hong Kong on 18 January 1994.
Jennie: Wife/Child (1968)
Seeds of revenge become planted in an old farmer's (Jack Lester) mind after he learns that his child bride (Beverly Lunsford) is getting cozy with the hired help.
Lucky Nick Cain (1951)
I'll Get You for This (released in the US as Lucky Nick Cain) is a 1951 UK black-and-white film made by Kaydor, directed by Joseph M. Newman from an adaptation by George Callahan and William Rose of James Hadley Chase's book of the same name, and starring George Raft, Coleen Gray, and Enzo Staiola.
Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye (2005)
Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye is a 2005 Romantic Bollywood film directed by Samar Khan as his debut film. It starred Arshad Warsi, Mahima Chaudhry, Parvin Dabas in lead roles while Shah Rukh Khan had a special appearance as himself. Actor Arshad Warsi promoted this movie on Remix on Star One channel.
23 1/2 Hours Leave (1937)
A World War I sergeant (James Ellison) bets his boot-camp pals that he will eat breakfast with the general.
Jimi Plays Berkeley (2012)
Guitar legend Jimi Hendrix performs with bassist Billy Cox and drummer Mitch Mitchell in a May 30, 1970, concert at the Berkeley Community Theatre.
Confessions of an Opium Eater (1962)
Confessions of an Opium Eater is a 1962 American crime film produced and directed by Albert Zugsmith. It is loosely based on the 1822 autobiographical novel, Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, by Thomas De Quincey. After circulating for years as a bootleg, it was released on DVD as part of the Warner Archive Collection in 2012.
The film was something of a departure for Price; the prolific actor never performed another role that involved so much physical action.