Forever Yours (1936)

Forget Me Not is a 1936 British musical drama film directed by Zoltan Korda and starring Beniamino Gigli, Joan Gardner and Ivan Brandt. In the United States it was released under the alternative title Forever Yours. The film was made at Isleworth Studios. It was a remake of a 1935 German film of the same title. It was one of four remakes of foreign-language films made by London Films. The film was not generally well received by critics, although they praised Gigli's singing.

Just the Two of Us (2001)

Gemini (2002)

Phantom Limb (2014)

Marilyn (2011)

Marilyn is a 2011 romantic crime drama film written and directed by Christopher Petry, starring Ryan Robbins and Allison Mack. It is based upon the true story of Paddy Mitchell, a notorious bank robber who was part of the Stopwatch Gang, who appeared on many of the top FBI most wanted lists during his tenure as a criminal. The film is noted for having been released via Distrify, a video on demand system which allows for the distributor to make money from the film via either rental or purchase.

The Clan (2005)

John Leguizamo: Freak (1998)

Freak is a 1998 film directed by Spike Lee. The film is a live performance of John Leguizamo's one man show on Broadway of the same name. Leguizamo's show was semi-autobiographical as he would talk about many aspects of his life. In the performance piece, he also talks about family members such as his parents, grandparents, uncle, and his younger brother. The film premiered on HBO.

Let's Talk (2015)

Let's Talk (Italian: Dobbiamo parlare Italian pronunciation: [dobˈbjaːmo parˈlaːre]) is a 2015 comedy-drama film written, directed and starring Sergio Rubini. It is based on his theatre play Provando... Dobbiamo parlare. It premiered at the 2015 Rome Film Festival.

Stigma (2014)

Stigma is a 2013 Nigerian drama film based on the discrimination faced by persons living with HIV virus in a village in Rivers State. It was directed by Diminas Dagogo and stars Jackie Appiah, Hilda Dokubo and Emeka Ike. The film was produced by Rivers State Ministry of Health.

Plastic (2010)

Plastic is a 2011 horror crime film. It was written and directed by Jose Carlos Gomez and stars North Roberts, Colleen Boag, and Matthew Prochazka. The film was mostly shot in Villa Park, Illinois. Plastic has won several awards, and is now available on DVD and Video on Demand.

Between Sisters (2015)

Flow (1996)

Love Exchange (2001)

Buddies (1989)

A More Perfect Union (1989)

A More Perfect Union: America Becomes a Nation is a 1989 American feature film dramatizing the events of the Constitutional Convention. The film was produced by Brigham Young University to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the drafting of the United States Constitution, and many professors from BYU's School of Fine Arts and Communications were involved in its production either as actors or in other capacities. After its release, the film was officially recognized by the Commission on the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution as "of exceptional merit".

Fish (2014)

Black Sun (2005)

Black Sun is a documentary film directed by Gary Tarn. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2005. Gary Tarn explores the story of Hugues de Montalembert, a New York-based artist and filmmaker who was blinded by a vicious, unprovoked attack by two young assailants in 1978. After the attack, Montalembert learned to cope with his despair and to go through life a new way, seeking to make ordinary things extraordinary. Defying expectation, this remarkable artist continued to travel the world alone, learning to navigate life in a new and beautiful way. Through creative imagery and philosophical narration, director and composer Gary Tarn creates an expressionist, poetic meditation both on an extraordinary life without vision, and on the idea of perception in general.

Momo (2001)

Weekend (1964)

Lover (2005)

Rhythm and Blues Revue (1955)

Rhythm and Blues Revue is a 1955 American concert film directed by Joseph Kohn and Leonard Reed.

Men in Orbit (1979)

Two chain-smoking astronauts are seen in a run-down New York City living room that has been transformed into a spacecraft.

America (2013)

A tragic love triangle forms in a Portuguese industrial fishing town.

Julie: Old Time Tales of the Blue Ridge (1991)

Julie Lyon spins tales of her Appalachian childhood in North Carolina.

Young Romance (1915)

Young Romance is a 1915 American silent romance film directed and produced by George Melford. The film is based on the play of the same name by William C. deMille who also wrote the screenplay. Edith Taliaferro, who made only three films in her career, stars in this film which is the only one of her films that still exists.

Cage In Box Elder (2000)

A developmentally disabled man struggles to forge his own identity in a rural town.

Choo-Choo! (1932)

Choo-Choo! is a 1932 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 114th Our Gang short that was released. It is a remake of the 1923 Our Gang film A Pleasant Journey.

Dig Your Grave Friend... Sabata's Coming (1971)

Dig Your Grave Friend... Sabata's Coming (Spanish: Abre tu fosa, amigo... llega Sábata) is a 1971 Spanish western film directed by Juan Bosch and starring by Richard Harrison, Fernando Sancho and Raf Baldassarre. It was scored by Enrique Escobar.

Jonas and the Backyard Circus (2015)

Jonas is 13 years old, and his great passion is the circus that he created in his backyard.

A Luv Tale (1999)

Two women end their loveless relationships and find happiness together.

Man 2 Man: A Gay Man's Guide to Finding Love (2011)

Gay men search for love and lasting relationships.

Connasse, Princesse Des Coeurs (2015)

Connasse, Princesse des cœurs (also titled The Parisian Bitch) is a 2015 French-Belgian comedy film written and directed by Éloïse Lang and Noémie Saglio, and starring Camille Cottin.

Perfect Girl (2014)

Childhood friends reunite years after high school. The two must admit their feelings before the weight of adulthood consumes them.

Black Gravel (1961)

Black Gravel (original title: Schwarzer Kies) is a German film from 1961. The screenplay was written by director Helmut Käutner and Walter Ulbrich. The film was shot in Lautzenhausen, Germany.

The Seventh Company Outdoors (1977)

The Seventh Company Outdoors (French: La Septième Compagnie au clair de lune) is a 1977 French comedy film directed by Robert Lamoureux. It is a sequel to Now Where Did the 7th Company Get to?.

The Perfect Host: A Southern Gothic Tale (2018)

A young woman stays in an eerie mansion while sorting her dead grandmother's affairs.

The Holy Man 2 (2008)

A former rapper turned monk takes over at a rural temple. When a crisis develops, he uses his hip-hop skills and dharma skills to solve the problem.

Les parasites (1999)

Oulage has it all planned: New Year's eve, at the stroke of midnight, he'll finally kiss Brigitte, the girl he's madly in love with.

La révolution sexuelle n'a pas eu lieu (1999)

As she approaches 30, a woman tries to clear her mind and unravel the muddle that has resulted from her desires.

Himmel Oder Hölle (1990)

A woman's perfect relationship crumbles when detectives come looking for her boyfriend.

Triple Trouble (1944)

Leon Errol attempts to assure his stenographer's jealous husband he will not take her away from him.

L'ibis rouge (1975)

A killer commits his crimes in a red scarf.

Claang (2010)

In a distant time and place, power is decided by a cruel game in which teams of gladiators fight and die in a vast arena.

Champ of the Camp (2013)

A portrait of life in Dubai's labor camps, told by the laborers as they participate in a huge Bollywood singing competition.

Haunted State: Whispers from History Past (2014)

Haunted State: Whispers From History Past is a 2014 American documentary film executive produced and directed by Michael Brown. It is the first installment of the Haunted State film series. The film's plot focuses on investigations inside Wisconsin historical locations that have paranormal events take place. The film premiered October 29, 2014 at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center in Appleton, Wisconsin.

VS: The Movie (2011)

After a devastating tsunami in 2010, Florida and the Caribbean islands have been left in ruin. Citizens attempt to rebuild their lives and start anew, but the streets have been taken over by gangs and overrun with criminals.

The Very Private Work of Sister K (2016)

A nun stands trial for sexual transgressions.

Stealing Sunrise 2: Malibu Trail (2017)

Two strangers team up to track down the man responsible for a violent crime spree.

On the Night Stage (1915)

On the Night Stage is a 1915 western directed by Reginald Barker and starring William S. Hart and Rhea Mitchell. The film is based upon a story by C. Gardner Sullivan with the scenario written by Thomas H. Ince. A copy of the film is held by the Library of Congress and several other film archives.

In Real Life (2015)

After battling online for over a year in a fantasy game called "Realm of Conquest," two gamers decide to meet up in real life.

Riot on the Dance Floor (2014)

The gritty story of City Gardens, one of New Jersey's most infamous clubs, and its larger-than-life promoter, Randy Now.

If We Shout Loud Enough (2013)

An inside look at the American punk culture and the Baltimore underground music scene through one of its most pivotal bands, Double Danger.

Inside the Garbage of the World (2016)

Filmmakers explore the effects of plastic pollution on marine animals.

Subtle Seduction (2008)

After Vanessa discovers her boyfriend has been unfaithful she vows to take control of the situation. Using his one weakness to her advantage she quiets him and moves on to her next victim. With each murder she becomes bolder and even a police investigation doesn't stop her. Will an undercover cop have what it takes to collect the evidence he needs before he becomes her next victim?

My Pastor Among the Thais (1983)

A French priest believes he's inherited a school in Thailand, but it turns out to be a brothel.

Top Line (1988)

Alien Terminator (Italian: Top Line) is a 1988 Italian film directed by Nello Rossati. It is an action film with a climax that includes UFOs and aliens. It was released on video as Top Line.

Lethal Force (2001)

After his wife is murdered and his son is kidnapped, a gangster is forced to betray his best friend, who is also a deadly killer.

The Rapture (2007)

Two superhumans clash in a violent game of cat and mouse.

Mesrine (1984)

Mesrine is a 1984 French film written and directed by André Génovès. A biographical film based on the life of Jacques Mesrine, it focuses on the eighteen months following his escape from La Santé Prison in May 1978 until his death in November 1979. Nicolas Silberg stars as the eponymous lead character.

Chinnadana Nee Kosam (2014)

Chinnadana Nee Kosam is a Telugu romantic comedy film written and directed by A. Karunakaran. The film features Nithiin and Mishti in the lead roles marking the latter's debut in Telugu cinema. The film's title was taken from a song in Nithin's 2012 Ishq. The film was produced by Nithin's father N. Sudhakar Reddy and sister Nikhita Reddy under the banner Sresht Movies. Harsha Vardhan wrote the film's dialogues. Anoop Rubens composed the film's soundtrack and background score. I. Andrew and Prawin Pudi were the film's cinematographer and editor respectively. This film is partially based on 1991 movie "Seetharamaiah Gari Manavaralu".

How Not to Work & Claim Benefits... (and Other Useful Information for Wasters) (2016)

Mike and Dave, two slackers who are sponging off the state, wake up after a drunken evening to a case full of cash and the vague memory of a dodgy job offer.

Lovely Rita (2003)

Lovely Rita, sainte patronne des cas désespérés is a French film directed by Stéphane Clavier in 2003. The film stars his brother, Christian Clavier.

Blue Shark Hash (2000)

A raffle ticket and a spur-of-the-moment decision contribute to two strangers going on a romantic weekend getaway to Bermuda.

Metéora (2013)

Meteora (Greek: Μετέωρα) is a 2012 Greek drama film directed by Spiros Stathoulopoulos. The film competed in competition at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival in February 2012. The film takes its title from the Byzantine monastery complex Metéora, in Thessaly, a series of structures built on natural sandstone pillars whose tops often disappear into the clouds.

Le jeu de la vérité (2014)

Three childhood friends gather once a week for dinner.

Curiosity, Adventure & Love (2017)

Curiosity, Adventure & Love is a 2016 Philippine documentary film produced and directed by Sunshine Lichauco de Leon and Suzanne Richiardone which centers around a 105-year-old Jessie Lichauco Cuban-born American who migrated to the Philippines in the 1930s as well as the migrant's insights on Philippine history.

The Dark Side of the Sun (2011)

A rising actor struggles with sadness and shame.

Flick's Chicks (2010)

After a young single mother discovers she is gay, she invites five attractive women to her family beach house in hopes of finding the perfect mate.

Stolen Paradise (1940)

Stolen Paradise also released as Adolescence is a 1940 youth film directed by Louis J. Gasnier and filmed in and around Coral Gables, Florida. Eleanor Hunt was married to producer George A. Hirliman.

Crime Family (2004)

Two brothers are thrown into a world of sexual slavery, drug runners and hit men.

The 36 Deadly Styles (1980)

36 Deadly Styles is a 1980 independent released martial arts film directed by Joseph Kuo starring Jack Long, Mark Long, and Hwang Jang Lee.

10 Magnificent Killers (1977)

Two fighters defend their sacred training grounds from 10 assassins.

37 Plots of Kung Fu (1979)

A fierce woman adopts two orphans and teaches them kung fu. When she is killed by a rival master, the orphans use their new talents to avenge her.

The Dragon Fighter (1990)

A small-time crook teams up with a police officer to take down a violent gangster.

The Haunted House (1929)

An architect hired to renovate an old dance academy discovers the building's tragic history.

13 Lead Soldiers (1948)

13 Lead Soldiers is a 1948 American mystery film starring Tom Conway as Capt. Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond. It was directed by Frank McDonald.

BABA (2014)

A woman takes a wrong turn when she comes to a crossroads in life.

Herbie (1966)

Herbie is a short 16mm black and white movie by George Lucas and Paul Golding made in 1965 as part of their USC film school course. It is an abstract film with no story and no actors, that graphically depicts the reflections of moving light streaks and light flashes from traffic at night. It is set to a piece of jazz music by Herbie Hancock, whose first name was used for the title.

The Kitchen Presents Two Moon July (1986)

Thirty artists contribute to a multidisciplinary experiment.

The Gallant Fool (1933)

The Gallant Fool is a 1933 American western film directed by Robert N. Bradbury and starring Bob Steele, Arletta Duncan and George 'Gabby' Hayes.

Beau Revel (1921)

Beau Revel is a 1921 American silent drama film directed by John Griffith Wray and written by Luther Reed and Louis Joseph Vance. The film stars Lewis Stone, Florence Vidor, Lloyd Hughes, Kathleen Kirkham, Dick Ryan and Harland Tucker. The film was released on March 20, 1921, by Paramount Pictures.

Cop Killers (1973)

A pair of hippies on their way to a cocaine deal kill two cops at a roadblock and take off on a crime spree of robbery and murder.

Gimme Skelter (2007)

A man who believes he's Charles Manson's son goes on a killing spree to get his father's attention.

The Power of the Press (1928)

Cub reporter Clem Rogers wants a "big scoop" more than anything else in life. Alas, he stumbles onto a hot news story that implicates his sweetheart Jane Atwill, daughter of mayor candidate Atwill, in a murder. Putting his job and his future on the line, Clem endeavors to help Jane prove her innocence, and together they begin to see a connection between the murder of the district attorney and the political ambitions of her father's political rival.

The Talk of Hollywood (1929)

The Talk of Hollywood is a 1929 American musical comedy film directed by Mark Sandrich and starring Nat Carr, Fay Marbe and Hope Sutherland. It was shot at the New York studios of RKO Pictures. The film's sets were designed by the art director Ernst Fegté. The film parodies the rush by Hollywood to convert to sound film production in the late 1920s, and leading moguls such as Samuel Goldwyn.

Rosenn (2014)

A famous writer falls in love with a much younger woman.

Samurai (2002)

A school teacher disguises himself as a samurai to teach the corrupt people a lesson.

The Emperor's New Clothes (1991)

Emperor Louis decides to celebrate his birthday by holding a competition, and offers a reward to the tailor who can design the finest outfit for him to wear during celebrations.

Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: The Untold Story of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders (2018)

From the Oscar-nominated director/producer of "Murderball."

Boxing for Freedom (2015)

Sadaf Rahimi, one of the best female boxers in Afghanistan, must deal with her country's traditions as she battles to be a free woman.

Rise of a Texas Bluesman: Stevie Ray Vaughan 1954-1983 (2014)

The history of Texas blues and the influence that celebrated guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughn had on the genre.

Toto and His Sisters (2014)

A boy tries to escape his misery while his mother is in prison.

Lullaby (2015)

After learning that she is dying, a woman sets out to reunite her estranged husband with their 6-year-old son.

One Million American Dreams (2018)

The history of Hart Island, the final resting place for the unclaimed dead of New York City.

Too Fat Too Furious (2005)

Too Fat Too Furious is a 2005 Dutch action comedy film. It is a remake of the Danish film Old Men in New Cars and received a Golden Film for 100,000 visitors.

Soekarno (2013)

Soekarno is a 2013 Indonesian biographical film directed by Hanung Bramantyo and written by Ben Sihombing. This film tells the story of the life of the late Sukarno, the first president of Indonesia. Sukarno, who was born with the name "Kusno", was one of the major figures who played an important part in the fight for Indonesia's independence from Dutch colonial rule. This film stars Ario Bayu as Sukarno.

Rawhide Rangers (1941)

Rawhide Rangers is a 1941 American Western film directed by Ray Taylor and written by Ed Earl Repp. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Fuzzy Knight, Kathryn Adams Doty, Nell O'Day, Riley Hill and Harry Cording. The film was released on July 18, 1941, by Universal Pictures.

Atlantis: End of a World, Birth of a Legend (2011)

Volcanic eruptions reduce the Minoan civilization to ashes, inspiring the legend of Atlantis.

Hell House LLC II: The Abaddon Hotel (2018)

Journalist Jessica Fox (Jillian Geurts) assembles a team to break into the hotel in hopes of discovering the truth. But the source of the tip and the secrets of the Abaddon Hotel are more horrifying than any of them could have imagined.

Reverend I'm Available Too (2009)

A man changes his wicked ways and becomes a clergyman. His new lifestyle leads the ladies of the church to seek his hand in marriage.