Terry Fator: Live From Las Vegas (2009)
Experience why America has fallen in love with Terry Fator's irresistible combination of humor and music and his hilarious cast of characters!
Wings of Life (2011)
From Disneynature, the studio that brought you Earth, Oceans, African Cats and Chimpanzee, comes Wings Of Life - a stunning adventure full of intrigue, drama and mesmerizing beauty. Narrated by Meryl Streep, this intimate and unprecedented look at butterflies, hummingbirds, bees, bats and flowers is a celebration of life, as a third of the world's food supply depends on these incredible - and increasingly threatened - creatures. Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg, Wings of Life utilizes riveting high-speed, closer-than-close filmmaking techniques to showcase in spectacular detail these unsung heroes of our planet.
Faubourg Tremé: The Untold Story of Black New Orleans (2008)
Faubourg Trem? is arguably America's oldest African American neighborhood. It is the home of jazz and the birthplace of civil rights in the South. This film is a testament to New Orleans, and why this unique American city must be saved.
The Last Word (1995)
A Detroit reporter-turned-screenwriter (Timothy Hutton) agonizes over whether to characterize his stripper girlfriend (Michelle Burke) in a screenplay.
Rani Aur Lalpari (1975)
After her parents die tragically, an orphaned girl travels to the underworld to ask the god of death to bring them back to life.
Our Leading Citizen (1939)
The honesty of a small-town attorney in representing mill employees pays off when he is elected to the U.S. Senate.
Al fin y al cabo (2008)
The adventures that live two policemen after being chosen by the Dominican government for a mission in which they must help the FBI to capture some thieves in New York.
Thurgood Marshall (Laurence Fishburne) becomes an associate justice for the Supreme Court and fights for civil rights.
Fear Is The Key (1972)
A deep-sea salvager (Barry Newman) kidnaps an oil heiress (Suzy Kendall) in a scheme to trap killers seeking gems in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Cartoonist: Jeff Smith, BONE and the Changing Face of Comics (2009)
"The Cartoonist" tell the inspiring story of the creation of Jeff Smith's epic comic book, BONE, hailed by critics as one of the greatest graphic novels of all time. Fellow cartoonists Scott McCloud, Colleen Doran, Harvey Pekar, Paul Pope and Terry Moore, as well as friends, associates, experts and Jeff himself, share their stories of this worldwide phenomenon that began in small comics hobby shops and is now found in bookstores, schools, libraries and the homes of millions of adults and children in 25 countries. In addition to discussing Jeff's early years, influences and philosophies, the film provides a look at a unique industry and art form that continues to evolve as its audience expands.
Jack the Ripper: Conspiracies (2002)
There was a time when just the whisper of the name "Jack the Ripper" struck terror into the hearts of the brave. It was autumn, the fall of 1888, and an evil monster, responsible for committing a series of gruesome murders, was stalking the streets of London. The crimes have never been solved to this day and the story of "Jack the Ripper" is still the stuff of nightmare. Conspiracy theories abound and suspects literally range from British Royalty to the lowest of the low, from native East Enders born within the sound of Bow Bells to an American "Quack" Doctor who regularly visited the streets of White Chappel. There is not a soul worldwide, who can resist the challenge of unmasking "Jack the Ripper" and this program has been presented in such a way as to help both learned expert and amateur sleuth alike do just that! The facts are placed before you, and the conspiracies that have emerged are all considered on their various merits. Visit for yourself the murder sites and make your own judgements on the evidence available, study the archives and police records and meet the women who fell victim to Jack the Ripper's vicious blade. The atmosphere of Victorian London is terrifyingly realistic, so be prepared, this is a journey of discovery that will chill you to the very marrow, and you will never be able to forget Jack the Ripper and his evil deeds for as long as you live...
The Return of Frank James (1940)
When Jesse James's murderers are set free, his brother Frank vows revenge and, accompanied by his gang, sets out to track them down. To fund his manhunt, he robs an express office and is subsequently wrongly accused of the clerk's murder, but a newspaper reporter is determined to find out the truth.
In 1847, Katie O'Neill (Susan Hayward), the vibrant daughter of a wealthy horse-breeding family, falls in love with a farmer named Paul Van Riebeck (Tyrone Power), who unfortunately must leave Ireland and return home. The following year, after marrying another man, Katie and her kin flee to South Africa to escape the potato famine. Life in the new world is fraught with danger, but even more perilous than the native attacks is Von Riebeck's return, which causes Katie's heartstrings to stir.
Tarzan And The Amazons (1945)
The ape man's (Johnny Weissmuller) son, Boy (Johnny Sheffield), leads greedy Europeans to a valley of Amazons.
In Old Santa Fe (1934)
Big-city gangsters frame an innocent ranch hand with murder. Singing cowboy Gene Autry's screen debut.
Quality Balls (2013)
An overview of the long and varied career of comic David Steinberg features interviews with Larry David, Jerry Seinfeld and others.
The Fuller Brush Man (1948)
Clumsy sanitation worker Red Jones (Red Skelton) is fired from his street-cleaning job shortly after his girlfriend, Ann Elliot (Janet Blair), refuses his marriage proposal until he betters himself. While training to become a door-to-door salesman, he accidentally stumbles into a murder investigation when the corrupt sanitation commissioner (Nicholas Joy) who had fired him is killed. When the murder weapon is found to be one of the brushes Red sells, he must fight to prove his innocence.
Kaise Kahoon Ke... Pyaar Hai (2003)
Karan, a burglar, wishes to permanently leave his profession when he falls in love with Priya. They decide to get married, but Karan finds out that he has cancer.
Two Birds (2008)
A woman receives an unexpected visitor while hiding from her abusive husband in a flophouse.
Life Raft (2015)
Friends struggle to survive with no supplies after their boat mysteriously sinks.
Ullam Ketkumae (2005)
Five college friends gather for a wedding.
The Japanese Evil Dead (2014)
A bodybuilder meets his ex-girlfriend at an abandoned house to help with her research on haunted houses. Accompanied by a professional psychic, they soon find themselves trapped and tormented by a ghost with a 30-year grudge.
Soul on Ice: Past, Present and Future (2017)
The unknown contributions of black athletes in ice hockey.
The Legend Of Cocaine Island (2019)
A family man with no drug running experience searches the Caribbean for a lost stash of cocaine said to be worth at least $2 million.
Un hombre es despojado de los planos de su invento por su patrón y se disfraza de mendigo para pedir dinero en la calle.
Steel Tempest (2000)
A trapped German unit faces certain defeat in the last days of WWII, but a fanatical commander decides to fight on, even though the odds are stacked against him.
Survivors of the apocalypse battle infected people with a hunger for flesh.
The Deadly Ponies Gang (2013)
Two buddies who trawl the edges of West Auckland on their bejeweled horses decide to host a fundraiser to get one of them some teeth.
War of Words: Battle Rap in the UK (2017)
Examining the fast-growing and energetic battle rap scene in the U.K., as well as the youth subculture surrounding this American art form.
The House Cleaner (2013)
A house cleaner with a phobia of germs is given a chance to delve into the private lives of Australian TV stars and somehow manages to make their lives a misery.
Simone, a Gothic wannabe vampire, reluctantly accepts Ashlee, a ditzy cheerleader, as her roommate and winds up attracting the unwanted attention of a psychotic vampire hunter.
A child's fears begin to manifest in reality, setting loose a relentless evil.
Two caretakers do their best to keep a slowly crumbling mansion safe from the threats of time and vandalism.
A blind musician is manipulated into believing that a doctor can restore his vision.
Weak Heart Drop (2015)
People seek love and companionship in Berlin.
Bloody Moon (1981)
An unknown maniac stalks the halls of language school in Spain.
The Jail (2006)
Women prisoners are transported to a brutal island prison where they become victims of unimaginable abuse.
Everything Moves Alone (2007)
A recently discharged soldier befriends a luggage thief at a bus depot.
Riding Solo to the Top of the World (2006)
Gaurav Jani makes a solo motorcycle trek to the highest habitable place on Earth, the Changthang Plateau in Ladakh, bordering China.
Oru Korean Padam (2014)
An assistant director dreams of making it big.
Patli Re Patli (1990)
Patli Re Patli is a 1990 Indian Marathi film, directed by Vinay Lad and produced by Sudhakar Bokade. The film stars Laxmikant Berde, Varsha Usgaonkar, Suryakant, Neelu Phule in lead roles. The film had musical score by Anil Mohile.
The Cult (2015)
A man grows bored with life in a space colony and decides to return to a ruined city on Earth.
This Side of Heaven (2016)
An elderly trans woman tries to keep her apartment in New York City.
Two generations of women endure sexual abuse at the hands of a family member.
A man lives a playboy lifestyle until his latest blonde bombshell is found dead.
Butter Brioche (2015)
A shy baker works up the courage to slip an origami figure into an attractive customer's bag.
A man returns home for the weekend to discover the difficulty of juggling friends, parents, magic mushrooms and several thousand chickens.
When Scott attempts to reconcile with his girlfriend, he needs to dodge her brother and bond with his newly married best friend.
Family Covenant (2016)
Members of a down-on-their-luck rock band hit the woods for some much-needed inspiration, only to run headlong into a ghoulish local legend.
Citizen Hero (2009)
A lonely man dreams of having superpowers.
My Friend Ivor (2014)
Two Polish friends embark on a journey to England to find better lives.
Sunday Morning Rapture (2011)
People try to recover in the aftermath of the rapture.
Finger on the Trigger (2016)
An old man remembers his early years as he suits up in diving gear.
An antiquated Hollywood talent agent attempts to learn some new tricks.
There Is Still Life (2016)
The night guard at a museum is witness to the magical transformation of a lion statue.
Window Dressing Fail (2014)
An ambitious woman masks her African name on a resume to obtain a job interview.
Malarazza: una storia di periferia (2017)
A woman must marry into a violent Mafia family after she becomes pregnant.
Pick Up (2007)
A woman calls a phone booth and has a conversation with the stranger on the other end.
Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records (2018)
The history of Trojan Records.
Deadly Nightshade (1953)
A prison escapee takes on a new identity but soon discovers that he hasn't chosen very wisely.
Videofilia: y otros sndromes virales (2015)
Believing the Mayan predictions of the end of the world will occur the next day, a man seduces a Peruvian schoolgirl online and wakes up the next day realizing the bad consequences of what he's done.
Kentucky Pride (1925)
A thoroughbred racehorse casts its animal gaze on the troubled family of Southern aristocrats who own, sell, and eventually reclaim it.
Tashi Delek! (2015)
A boy journeys through Tibet in search of truth.
A Journey to the Fumigated Towns (2019)
Filmmaker Fernando E. Solanas journeys across seven Argentine provinces and investigates the fallout from agricultural toxins.
Lokha Samastha (2015)
A man deals with his father's sudden death.
How Most Things Work (2015)
Hoping to find her long-lost mother, a tollbooth worker hits the road as an encyclopedia salesperson.
Dog Power (2016)
The world's fastest sled dogs and their human companions compete year-round.
Combat Squad (1953)
A tough sergeant (John Ireland) helps a raw recruit (Lon McCallister) find courage under fire during the Korean War.
Extreme Close-Up (1973)
A TV reporter (James McMullan) studies electronic surveillance and starts snooping on strangers and his wife (Katherine Woodville).
Dear Claudia (1999)
A plane crash strands an Australian mailman/pilot (Bryan Brown) on a tropical island with a beautiful thief (Aleksandra Vujcic).
Killer Tomatoes Strike Back! (1991)
A detective (Rick Rockwell) and a "tomatologist" (Crystal Carson) investigate rumored cases of evil tomatoes attacking humans.
Qué pena tu familia (2012)
Although they once swore eternal love, a husband (Ariel Levy) and wife (Andrea Velasco) decide to divorce after having their first child.
Stealing Klimt (2007)
Maria Altmann fights for the return of five paintings stolen from her family by the Nazi's.
Call of the Prairie (1936)
Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd), Shanghai and Johnny Nelson (Jimmy Ellison) bust up a gang of outlaws.
Smiling Through The Apocalypse: Esquire In The 60s (2013)
Tom Hayes, son of Esquire Magazine Editor Harold T.P. Hayes, interviews celebrities to find out what made his father one of the greatest editors of all time.
The Half-Breed (1952)
A gambler (Robert Young) sides with a part-Apache leader (Jack Buetel) against a coveter of gold on Apache land.
A thief (Linton Semage) finds it quite disturbing to discover a photgraph of his pregnant wife (Dilhani Ekanayake) in another man's stolen wallet.
A young hitchhiker (Lisa Peers) has an affair with a widower (Vincent Gil) who spots forest fires by plane in New Zealand.
You Can't Write a Letter (2013)
Julien and Nina make a pact with the universe to enjoy life at any cost.
An immigrant from Kurdistan and his drug-addicted daughter try to find peace and normalcy in Canada.
The Book of Eve (2002)
A Romanian immigrant (Daniel Lavoie) uses good food, good humor and good conversation to break down the walls around a reclusive woman's (Claire Bloom) heart.
Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets (2014)
The band Pulp returns to the stage in Sheffield for the last time.
The Cookie Carnival (1935)
A gingerbread man helps a gingerbread girl dress up for a dessert parade.
A man (Scott Bairstow) and an android (Joseph Lawrence) must put aside their prejudices to survive in a forbidding wilderness.
Track Of The Moonbeast (1976)
A meteorite fragment in the wrong place turns a man into a big lizard.
Once Upon a Horse... (1958)
Two zany cowboys steal a herd of cattle only to discover it costs more to feed them than they are worth.
Colt Comrades (1943)
Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) and his sidekicks meet a man (Victor Jory) who expects them to pay for water.
The Fourth War (1990)
Cold War adversaries Col. Jack Knowles (Roy Scheider) and his Russian counterpart, Col. Valachev (Jürgen Prochnow), are stationed on opposite sides of the German-Czech border. Both men are responsible for a group of troops in their remote settings, and both have been shaped by their combat experiences and a shared aversion to their superiors' ways of doing things. After a defector is killed, things escalate into a full-fledged battle with serious geopolitical ramifications.
Nick, a criminal making money by illegally trading valuable books, goes underground by caring for an elderly psychotherapist with a large book collection.
Before the Last Curtain Falls (2014)
Transsexuals and drag queens in their 60s and 70s take to the stage for one last time.