My Father Is a Cleaning Lady (2011)

Michel (Franois Cluzet) occasionally takes his teenage son Polo (Jrmie Duvall) with him to clean offices but Polo prefers to hang out with his friends.

The Ice House (1978)

An inspector thinks a corpse found in an abandoned ice house is the missing husband of the estate owner (Penny Downie).

Quincas Berro D'agua (2010)

After a homeless man dies in the slums of Brazil, mourning friends take his body on one last tour of his favorite spots.

The Drum (1938)

On the frontier of India, British Capt. Carruthers (Roger Livesey) learns of an illegal arms transport, which leads to a peace treaty with Tokat leader Mohammed Khan. Khan's son, Prince Azim (Sabu), and their people welcome the British warmly, but Khan's brother, Ghul (Raymond Massey), rejects the treaty in a bid for power. Azim escapes Ghul's assassination attempt by going into hiding with the British, but takes action when Ghul plans a secret and brutal attack on Carruthers and his men.

Married Too Young (1962)

A teenager (Harold Lloyd Jr.) gives up college plans and gets mixed up with car thieves after he and his high-school sweetheart (Jana Lund) elope.

Souls of Zen (2012)

Filmmakers Tim Graf and Jakob Montrasio investigate Japan's tradition of ancestor veneration in the wake of the March 11, 2011, earthquake and tsunami.

The Soul of a Monster (1944)

A sinister woman (Rose Hobart) uses hypnosis to control the thoughts and actions of the doctor (George Macready) who owes her his life.

My Way (1974)

A tragedy causes family members to turn against their father (Joe Stewardson), an Olympic-champion marathoner with a win-at-all-costs mentality.

Four Days (1951)

Upon learning of his wife's marital indiscretions, a man becomes an amnesiac.

Please Murder Me (1956)

A lovesick attorney (Raymond Burr) tries to trap a murder client (Angela Lansbury) he got acquitted by arranging for her to kill him.

Shots Fired (2012)

Two detectives with opposite personalities are forced to become partners and work the biggest case of their careers.

The Wild Soccer Bunch 5 (2008)

Young soccer players face a dangerous opponent, a team of vampires.

Tahiti Nights (1944)

Islanders make arrangements for an American bandleader (Dave O'Brien) to marry a princess (Jinx Falkenburg).

Fatal Assistance (2013)

Filmmaker Raoul Peck looks at failed efforts to rebuild post-earthquake Haiti, including the disclosure that much of the money pledge to Haiti was either never disbursed or was not applied to reconstruction efforts.

This Time for Keeps (1942)

Married man Lee White (Robert Sterling) finds himself in the house alone for a few days after his wife, Katherine (Ann Rutherford), leaves to attend a wedding. But living by himself has its drawbacks, so he decides to visit his wife's family. At first, things are swell, though, when Lee accepts a job offer to work for his bossy father-in-law, Harry Bryant (Guy Kibbee), tensions flare up between the two. But, for the sake of the family, they have to learn to respect each other.

The Legend of Loch Lomond (2003)

Two 18th century lovers are cruelly separated by war, but reunited in the present day by a beautiful young singer who inadvertently becomes entangled in their tale.

Regeneration (1915)

Orphaned at an early age after the death of his mother, Owen Conway (Johnny McCann) takes to New York City's streets and turns to crime after being exploited and abused by his new guardians. As an adult gang leader, Owen (Rockcliffe Fellowes) saves socialite Marie Deering (Anna Q. Nilsson) and district attorney Ames (Carl Harbaugh) from being attacked by drunk criminals in a seedy bar. Sensing Owen's fundamental decency, Marie tries to persuade him to leave his criminal life behind.

A Mysterious Robber (2012)

Mine robbers, a thief and Japanese soldiers all set out to search for a lucrative gold mine, unaware that they are all heading into a trap.

State of Play (2013)

Filmmaker Steven Dhoedt follows three young gamers who compete professionally in South Korea.

Tour de Force (2013)

After his boss fires him and his wife leaves, a Tour de France fanatic decides to ride the course just days ahead of the pros.

Blood & Donuts (1995)

Stuck in an all-night doughnut shop, a vampire (Gordon Currie) hunts a rat, saves a cabdriver (Justin Louis) from thugs and deals with an ex-girlfriend.

Tudor Rose (1936)

Following the death of King Henry VIII (Frank Cellier) in 1547, his 9-year-old son, Edward VI (Desmond Tester), takes the throne -- but the real power lies with his adviser, the Earl of Warwick (Cedric Hardwicke). When Edward grows ill at age 15, the Earl convinces the dying king to name his cousin, Jane Gray (Nova Pilbeam), as his successor. The appointment is not accepted by the court, causing Edward's sister, Mary Tudor (Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies), to lead a revolt against the reluctant queen.

The Trick with the Gun (2015)

Magician Scott Hammell prepares to perform the bullet catch.

Mystery Liner (1934)

On an ocean liner, Capt. John Holling (Noah Beery) seems to have gone insane and is pulled from duty. But there's something fishy about the circumstances, especially since the boat is being controlled by a special radio device that the government is testing out. Then a few dead bodies surface, an investigation ensues and it becomes apparent that some of the ship's passengers are secret agents planning to get their hands on the technology aboard the ship -- but everyone's a suspect.

Don't Go In The Woods (1981)

Young campers trek through the mountains, while someone is slaughtering tourists in the dense forest.

Komornik (2005)

Having fled the poverty of his home mining district, Lucek is a bright and witty court executive officer who charms every interlocutor at first contact.

Deadly Heroes (1993)

A Navy SEAL and a former comrade launch a daring raid on the terrorist stronghold where his wife is held hostage.

Margarette's Feast (2002)

In this contemporary, dialogue-free film shot in black-and-white, middle-class Brazilian Everyman (Hique Gomez) loses his job on the eve of the birthday of his beloved wife, Margarette (Ilana Kaplan). Desperate to maintain his family's lifestyle -- and incapable of informing them of his plight -- Everyman schemes to throw Margarette a lavish party in spite of his unemployment. After Everyman receives a mysterious briefcase full of money, he struggles to separate fantasy from reality.

The Battle of the Rails (1946)

Railroad workers fight in the French Resistance during World War II.

Sálvate si puedes (1994)

A city's plan for economic recovery goes awry after a local yuppie meets with a councilwoman.

Energized (2014)

Filmmaker Hubert Canaval investigates the primary methods of energy production and their negative impact on the environment and population.

Treasure Of Pirates Point (1999)

At their hideaway, a boy (Asher Metchik) and his friends find a vagabond claiming to be a notorious sea captain.

Les Sanguinaires (1997)

On the eve of the 21st century, French travel agent Franois (Frdric Pierrot) decides to avoid the hectic celebrations and invites some friends and their families to a remote Mediterranean island. Arriving on Christmas, Franois immediately butts heads with the rental house's groundskeeper, Stphane (Djallil Lespert), who is late to arrive and has left the house in less than ideal conditions. Franois is further irked by the other guests' budding friendships with the groundskeeper.

Tight Spot (1955)

Model Sherry Conley (Ginger Rogers) is offered a chance to get out of jail in return for testifying against mobster Benjamin Costain (Lorne Greene). She is taken to a hotel room to hide until it is time for her testimony, and a romance begins to blossom between the superficially hard-boiled Sherry and police officer Vince Striker (Brian Keith). With time before the trial running out, Costain will stop at nothing to kill her before she can reach the witness stand.

Made in Bangkok (2015)

A Mexican transgender opera singer battles to get a sex reassignment surgery.

Coming Out (2016)

A closeted student confronts his suppressed sexuality as he seeks acceptance from his family and community.

Il segreto del vestito rosso (1964)

A PR man searches the Italian underworld for an ex-girlfriend's husband believed to be a spy.

Undercover Man (1942)

Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) and his men (Andy Clyde, Jay Kirby) track a bandit causing trouble on both sides of the Rio Grande.

A Barefoot Dream (2010)

Kim Won-kang, a former soccer prospect, opens a sporting goods store in East Timor. When he soon realizes the residents cannot afford the equipment, he starts teaching the kids how to play soccer.

Tarantulas: The Deadly Cargo (1977)

Townsfolk unite against spiders freed from a crashed plane's coffee-bean cargo.

Eila, Rampe and the Baby Girl (2014)

An eccentric mother becomes entangled in a web of lies when she tries to impress the upper-class mother of her daughter's boyfriend.

Out of the Fog (1962)

A British policewoman (Susan Travers) baits a killer who only strikes during a full moon.

Son of Sinbad (1955)

Word of an innovation called "Greek Fire," an explosive and devastating powder, has drawn the interest of criminals and caliphs alike. When a scholar reveals that his daughter Kristina (Mari Blanchard) knows the formula, he is promptly murdered, and she is kidnapped by the descendants of the notorious "40 thieves." Following in the footsteps of the heroic father for whom he's named, Sinbad (Dale Robertson) sets out to rescue the girl and recapture the vitally important Greek Fire.

That Nazty Nuisance (1943)

A U.S. sailor causes problems for Axis partners Hitler (Bobby Watson), Mussolini (Joe Devlin) and Suki Yaki (Johnny Arthur).

Pilgrimage (1933)

A woman (Henrietta Crosman) enlists her ill-fated son (Norman Foster) in the Army to keep him away from his girlfriend.

The Master of Kung-Fu (1970)

A man (Ku Feng) battles a gangster who plans to frame him for robbery and murder.

Almost Brothers (2004)

An optimistic politician makes a proposition to his old friend (Antnio Pompo), an incarcerated drug lord.

Three Men From Texas (1940)

Texas Ranger Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) and his sidekicks (Russell Hayden, Andy Clyde) unite citizens against border crooks.

Avalon (2001)

In the future a female warrior (Malgorzata Foremniak) enters a virtual-reality game where there is only one way to win.

A Stranger in My Forest (1976)

A lonely orphan's faith is renewed through his friendship with a wild bear.

No Kidding (1961)

A down-on-its-luck family decides to transform its home into a summer resort for the children of wealthy parents.

L’argent (1983)

While collecting payment from a Paris photography shop, hard-working fuel delivery man Yvon Targe (Christian Patey) is purposefully given counterfeit money without his knowledge. When Yvon innocently uses the bills to pay for his lunch later that day at a local café, he narrowly avoids arrest but loses his job. To support his family, Yvon takes a new job with a criminal element, but his life continues nevertheless to spiral downward into the depths of violence and despair.

The Bridge (1969)

An architect is recruited to help partisans destroy a strategically important bridge -- the one that he considers his masterpiece.

All Cats Are Grey (2014)

A 15-year-old girl (Manon Capelle) asks a middle-aged detective to help her track down her biological father, not realizing the detective is the man she's looking for.

Attention: A Life in Extremes (2013)

Three extreme athletes search for the limits of performance.

Countdown (2004)

Special forces join operations to prevent a terrorist attack on Rome.

Mrs. Lambert Remembers Love (1991)

When Lil Lambert (Ellen Burstyn) loses her son, she must fight for the custody of her 9-year-old grandson, Jared, (Ryan Todd) while she struggles with her advancing Alzheimer's disease. It eventually becomes apparent that Jared may be shipped off to a foster home, and the pair decide to hit the road in order to escape social services and remain together. Along the way, they are aided and inspired by friends such as Clifford Pepperman (Walter Matthau).

The Wait (2015)

A young woman (Lou de Laâge) waits for the arrival of her boyfriend (Giovanni Anzaldo) in Sicily, but the man's grieving mother (Juliette Binoche) does not tell her that he is dead.

Janie Gets Married (1946)

Not long after returning home from the war to Hortonville, Wis., Dick (Robert Hutton) decides to marry and settle down with his girlfriend, Janie (Joan Leslie). Janie gets Dick a job writing for her father's newspaper, but domestic life isn't going as either spouse had planned. Dick asks Spud (Dorothy Malone), a visiting friend from the Army, to stay with him and Janie while in town, and things come to a head when Janie discovers that Army buddy Spud is an attractive woman.

Singapore (1947)

An American pearl smuggler (Fred MacMurray) finds his amnesiac bride (Ava Gardner) married to another man (Roland Culver) in postwar Singapore.

Bedford Springs (2013)

Two men flee their small town after killing their mother.

That Night with You (1945)

A stagestruck young soprano cunningly tells a producer she's his daughter as the result of a youthful indiscretion.

Fuego (2014)

Years after his daughter is mutilated and his wife killed in a bomb attack, Carlos seeks revenge.

Curse of the Stone Hand (1965)

The story of a mad hypnotist (John Carradine) blends with horror footage from a 1959 Mexican film and a 1946 film from Chile.

The Taste of Apple Seeds (2013)

Iris inherits the family house and memories come to the surface.

Way of Life (2012)

Michael finds a valuable piece of art in the garbage, sells it at auction, and builds a hospital in one of the most remote areas of India.

Breach (2015)

Filmmaker Jonathan Zwick exposes Iceland's continued participation in commercial whale harvesting of the endangered finback whale.

Four Jacks and a Jill (1942)

Balkan immigrant Nina Novak (Anne Shirley) talks her way into a job as the singer in a New York City jazz band led by Nifty Sullivan (Ray Bolger) after front woman Opal (June Havoc) quits to spend more time with her mob-connected beau (Jack Durant). When the band loses their regular gig, Nina convinces Mr. Hoople (Fritz Feld), owner of a Balkan-themed nightclub, that she can get the king of their shared homeland to visit, and drafts cabbie Steve Sarto (Desi Arnaz) to pretend to be the monarch.

Zombies of Mora Tau (1957)

A fortune hunter (Gregg Palmer) leads a search for diamonds guarded by undead sailors off the coast of Africa.

Homewrecker (2009)

A happily married gay couple (Bruce L. Hart, Peter Szeliga) is unaware that their houseguest (Dylan Vox) has a secret agenda.

Wagon Wheels Westward (1945)

Red Ryder (Wild Bill Elliott) and Little Beaver (Bobby Blake) thwart outlaws preying on a stagecoach line.

Rincón de Darwin (2013)

After his girlfriend breaks up with him, a man (Jorge Temponi) and two companions (Jorge Esmoris, Carlos Frasca) embark on a road trip to a remote area of Uruguay.