Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke (2001)

Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke is a 2001 Bollywood romantic drama film. It is a love triangle directed by Deepak Shivdasani. The movie was average on box office by earning 13.2cr in india.

Bollywood Beats (2009)

Bollywood Beats is a 2009 Bollywood-inspired dance film. It is written & directed by Mehul Shah, produced by Kinetik Films, & distributed by Breaking Glass Films.

Psychos in the Woods (2012)

Friends go camping in a forest where people have been disappearing for years. Shortly after they arrive, psychotic forest dwellers hunt them down and torture them until only one is left alive.

The Last Ocean (2012)

Activists race to protect the last untouched ocean from fisherman.

Zone of the Dead (2009)

Zone of the Dead, also known as Apocalypse of the Dead (Zona Mrtvih in Serbian) is a 2009 Serbian horror film by directors Milan Konjević and Milan Todorović. It stars Ken Foree, most well known for his starring role in Dawn of the Dead in 1978.

Much Ado in Mostar (2010)

In Bosnia-Herzegovina, a professor from Dartmouth College brings Christian and Muslim children together to perform Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing."

Kyaa Kool Hai Hum (2005)

Kyaa Kool Hain Hum is a 2005 Bollywood adult comedy film directed by Sangeeth Sivan and produced by Ekta Kapoor. It features Tusshar Kapoor and Ritesh Deshmukh in lead roles. The film was released on 6 May 2005, and managed to succeed at the box office, despite receiving a negative critical response. It was one of the first Bollywood films to feature adult comedy. The film spawned two sequels, Kyaa Super Kool Hai Hum and Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3.

Secret Lives (2005)

A woman investigates the hidden past of the husband she thought had been dead for more than 10 years.

The Invisible Frame (2009)

Twenty-one years after her first trip there, actress Tilda Swinton rides a bicycle around what's left of the Berlin Wall to see how much things have or haven't changed.

The Last One (2008)

Deep in Appalachia, lifelong moonshiner Popcorn Sutton makes preparations to distill his final batch of bootleg whiskey.

The Tango of My Life (2009)

A restaurant owner hosts a tango singing contest.

The Adventures of Chris Fable (2010)

A traveling preacher inspires a runaway (Solomon Ray) to leave a band of thieves and set out to find his father.

Mike (2011)

An aimless man (Marc-Andr Grondin) spends his days taking cars, then returning them at his convenience.

Bad Behaviour (2010)

Bad Behaviour is a 2010 Australian crime thriller film, written and directed and by Joseph Sims and starring John Jarratt, Lindsay Farris and Dwaine Stevenson and features in supporting roles Robert Coleby, Georgina Symes, Roger Ward, Jean Kittson and Ellen Grimshaw.

300 Killers (2010)

A cop (Anthony Tomei) goes under cover to track down a gang of vicious killers.

Road of No Return (2008)

An orphaned girl changes the lives of four hit men who work together to fight drug trafficking.

Hissatsu!: Sure Death! (1984)

Hissatsu: Sure Death is a 1984 film based on the television jidaigeki Hissatsu Shigotonin sereis. The film is an occasionally whimsical Japanese drama about assassins.

Oldboys (2009)

Oldboys is a 2009 Danish comedy film directed by Nikolaj Steen.

Don Mckay (2009)

Don McKay is a 2009 independent drama thriller film written and directed by Jake Goldberger and starring Thomas Haden Church and Elisabeth Shue. It premiered at the 8th Annual Tribeca Film Festival in April 2009 and received a limited release on April 2, 2010.

Zombie A-Hole (2012)

In a world filled with tough men and where all the women are bombshells, vengeance is a way of life, and people dole out healthy doses of butt-kicking on a daily basis.

Grandma, a Thousand Times (2011)

Teta, Alf Marra is a documentary film about a feisty Beiruti grandmother.

Beyond The Pole (2009)

Beyond the Pole is a 2010 British mockumentary adapted from the cult BBC radio series of the same name. It received its UK cinema release in 2010. Directed and produced by David L. Williams Beyond the Pole was shot on floating sea ice off the coast of Greenland, and stars an acclaimed cast of actors and comedians including: Stephen Mangan, Rhys Thomas, Mark Benton, Alexander Skarsgard and Helen Baxendale. Described by Variety magazine as a cross between The Office and Touching the Void, the film follows the trials and tribulations of the world's first Carbon Neutral, Vegetarian, Organic expedition to the North Pole.

Hungry Years (2009)

Questioning modern motivations for doing good.

Group Portrait with a Lady (1977)

Group Portrait with a Lady (German: Gruppenbild mit Dame) is a 1977 German-French drama film directed by Aleksandar Petrović. It was entered into the 1977 Cannes Film Festival. It is based on the novel of the same name.

Cheerleader Queens (2003)

Four young men with a flair for drag leave their village to attend a catholic school in Bangkok. When the boys want to join the cheerleaders, they end up with the rugby team. Will they find acceptance, and a way to achieve their real goal?

Dressed (2011)

Arising from a broken childhood and homelessness, clothing designer Nary Manivong defies the odds to make his dream of showing his collection at New York's Fashion Week come true.

Fei dian ren sheng (2003)

Three individual stories illustrate the effect of SARS on the daily lives of Hong Kong residents.

The Female Response (1973)

Seven women get together to discuss what it's like to be a female in modern society.

Another Day, Another Man (1966)

A promiscuous woman goes through men like they're going out of style.

Deep Gold 3D (2011)

Deep Gold is a 2011 action film directed by Michael Gleissner and produced by Bigfoot Entertainment. Filmed in and around the islands of Cebu and Palawan in the Philippines it stars Bebe Pham, Jaymee Ong and Laury Prudent.

Native Land (1942)

Native Land is a 1942 documentary film directed by Leo Hurwitz and Paul Strand. A combination of a documentary format and staged reenactments, the film depicted the struggle of trade unions against union-busting corporations, their spies and contractors. It was based on the 1938 report of the La Follette Committee's investigation of the repression of labor organizing. Famous African-American singer, actor and activist Paul Robeson participated as an off-screen narrator and vocalist.

White Dream (2002)

A feebleminded man (Hamid Jebeli) falls for a sophisticated beauty after she visits his place of employment in Tehran, Iran.

Side by Side (2012)

Field Productions’ Side By Side brings massive tricks in the terrain parks, intense big mountain skiing on the most scenic locations in Norway.

The Blue from the Sky (1932)

The Blue of Heaven (German:Das Blaue vom Himmel) is a 1932 German musical film directed by Victor Janson and starring Mártha Eggerth, Hermann Thimig and Fritz Kampers. It is set partly on the Berlin U-Bahn system. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jacek Rotmil.

A River Called Titas (1973)

The Bengali filmmaker Ritwik Ghatak’s stunningly beautiful, elegiac saga concerns the tumultuous lives of people in fishing villages along the banks of the Titas River in pre-Partition East Bengal. Focusing on the tragic intertwining fates of a series of fascinating characters—in particular, the indomitable widow Basanti—Ghatak tells the poignant story of an entire community’s vanishing way of life. Made soon after Bangladesh became an independent nation, the elliptical, painterly A River Called Titas is a grand epic from a director who has had a devoted following for decades.A River Called Titas was restored in 2010 by the Cineteca di Bologna /L’Immagine Ritrovata laboratory, in association with the Ritwik Memorial Trust, the National Film Archive of India, and The Film Foundation’s World Cinema Project. Additional film elements provided by the Bundesarchiv-Filmarchiv. Restoration funded by Doha Film Institute.

Firefall: An Epic Family Adventure (2012)

Yosemite Park hosts an annual Firefall event known all over the world. To celebrate its last year, five families gather to witness. No one knows the trouble that are all in.

Christmas Spirit (2011)

A struggling family gets a needed dose of holiday cheer, thanks to a visit from an unusual being.

Anth (1994)

Anth: A Dream for a Better Tomorrow is a 1994 Indian action film directed by Sanjay Khanna, produced by Ashok Honda and starred Sunil Shetty and Somy Ali in pivotal roles. Paresh Rawal, Deepak Shirke, Mohan Joshi, Makrand Deshpande, Alok Nath and Vijayendra Ghatge also featured in the film.

Teenage Graffiti (1977)

A Midwestern teenager faces the problems of growing up and deciding what he wants to do with his life.

Santa Fe Uprising (1946)

Santa Fe Uprising is a 1946 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Earle Snell. The film stars Allan Lane, Robert Blake, Martha Wentworth, Barton MacLane, Jack La Rue and Tom London. The film was released on November 15, 1946, by Republic Pictures.

20 Cigarettes (2010)

A suicide bombing devastates the Italian military headquarters in Iraq.

Fatal Pulse (1988)


Dog Shy (1926)

Dog Shy is a 1926 two-reel silent comedy film starring Charley Chase. Chase plays a young man with a fear of dogs. After being chased by one, he enters a phone booth and a young lady tells him her trouble: she is being pressured into marrying a wealthy duke against her wishes. He agrees to help her and meet at her home. He is, however, mistaken as a newly hired butler. After a series of hilarious misunderstandings and disasters, Chase is recognized as a hero and enjoys a happy ending.

Vampire Knights (1988)

A trio of seductive bloodsuckers attempts to destroy a secret organization of vampire hunters.

Fatal Lessons: The Good Teacher (2004)

A woman befriends her daughter's teacher but has no idea that the mind of a madwoman lurks behind a calm facade.

Safari (2009)

A gambler (Kad Merad) acts as tour guide for French tourists, who get more than they bargained for on an African safari.

Eat Me! (2010)

Eat Me! is a 2009 zombie comedy independent film directed by Katie Carman and starring Elizabeth Lee, Jun Naito, Ivy Hong, and Chesley Calloway. The film had its premiere screening on June 26, 2009 at the Anthology Film Archives. In August 2009, the filmmakers revised the title of the film from The Eaters to Eat Me!.

The Drummond Will (2010)

The Drummond Will is a 2011 British comedy film directed by Alan Butterworth, starring Philip James and Mark Oosterveen, and written by Butterworth and Sam Forster. The film is a fusion of the theatrical style found in classic Ealing Comedies with modern British humour.

Fearless Fighters (1971)

Fearless Fighters, also known as Ninja Killers or A Real Man, is a 1971 Hong Kong-Taiwanese wuxia film starring Shaw Brothers Studio veteran actors Chan Hung-lit and Yik Yuen and a cast from Hong Kong and Taiwan.

The Mother Of Invention (2010)

A mockumentary about an inspiring inventor who dreams of winning an annual young inventor award. The only problem is...he's never made an invention that works.

The Gang Buster (1931)

The Gang Buster is a 1931 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by A. Edward Sutherland, and written by Percy Heath and Joseph L. Mankiewicz. The film stars Jack Oakie, Jean Arthur, William "Stage" Boyd, Wynne Gibson, William Morris and Francis McDonald. The film was released January 17, 1931, by Paramount Pictures.

9:06 (2009)

9:06 is a 2009 Slovene thriller film directed by Igor Šterk. The film was selected as the Slovene entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards but it did not make the final shortlist. The film won 15 awards at the 2009 Slovene Film Festival, including Best Film and Best Director.

The Southern Cross (1992)

Filmmaker Patricio Guzmn makes a video diary of his trip to an island off the coast of Chile.

La vallée (1972)

La Vallée, also known as Obscured By Clouds, is a 1972 French film written and directed by Barbet Schroeder. The film stars Bulle Ogier as Viviane, a woman who goes on a strange and accidental voyage of self-discovery through the New Guinea bush. Pink Floyd recorded an album, Obscured by Clouds, as the soundtrack to the film. After recording had finished, the band fell out with the film company, prompting them to release the soundtrack album as Obscured by Clouds, rather than La Vallée. In response, the film was retitled La Vallée (Obscured by Clouds) on its release. The actress credit "Monique Giraudy" is actually an alias of Miquette Giraudy, at the time a film editor and later on, vocalist and synthesizer player with the progressive rock/space rock band Gong with her partner Steve Hillage, and later formed the electronic group System 7 with Hillage.

The Man with My Face (1951)

The Man with My Face is a 1951 American film noir directed by Edward Montagne featuring Barry Nelson, Carole Mathews and Lynn Ainley. The film marks Jack Warden's movie debut. Though the original novel is set in California, the movie takes place in Puerto Rico. It is the only film noir shot on location in that country.

Creating Karma (2010)

Creating Karma is a 2006 American screwball comedy film directed by Jill Wisoff about an uptight, New York fashion editor who becomes a poet after losing her job, moving in with her eccentric new-age therapist sister, and meeting Mr. Wrong, owner of a local poets' café.

Richard the Second (2001)

Richard the Second is a 2001 American film adaptation of William Shakespeare's Richard II, directed by John Farrell.

Free China: The Courage to Believe (2013)

Free China: The Courage to Believe is a 2012 documentary film about the persecution of Falun Gong, starring Jennifer Zeng and Dr. Charles Lee.

Roaring Westward (1949)

Outlaws steal the funds of a faltering school, and a a singing cowpoke has to retrieve the money.

Victims (2011)

On the day of his wedding, Chris (John Bocelli) is brutally kidnapped, beaten and accused of committing a murder as a child.

Venom (2011)

Helen (Jessica Morris) and her daughter, Lilly (Oliviah Crawford), become stranded in the desert after a rattlesnake bites Helen. The two search for a doctor and safety, but wherever they go, the snake follows close behind.

Border Patrol (1943)

Border Patrol is a 1943 Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Clarence E. Mulford and Michael Wilson. The film stars William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Robert Mitchum, Jay Kirby, George Reeves and Duncan Renaldo. The film was released on April 2, 1943, by United Artists.

Finances of the Grand Duke (1924)

In Murnau's playful espionage thriller reminiscent of Ernst Lubitsch (who had recently left Germany for Hollywood), Harry Liedtke stars as a benevolent dictator who must preserve the tiny nation of Abacco by fending off creditors, wooing a wealthy Russian princess, and evading a band of demonic conspirators.

Justin Time (2010)

This is the live action movie, For the tv series see Justin Time (TV series) Justin Time is a 2010 American direct-to-DVD action teen film. It was released on DVD on March 9, 2010.

Biohazard: Patient Zero (2011)

Two scientists are caught up in a government plot to suppress a biological disaster at a genetic research facility.

Little Nicholas (2009)

Little Nicholas (French: Le Petit Nicolas) is a 2009 French-Belgian family comedy film directed by Laurent Tirard who co-wrote with Grégoire Vigneron and Alain Chabat. It is based on a series of children's books by René Goscinny. The film features an ensemble cast led by Maxime Godart in the title role of Nicolas. The film was theatrically released in France on 30 September 2009 by Wild Bunch Distribution, Central Film and EOne Films. The film received mostly positive reviews from critics and earned $100.8 million on a $22.7 million budget. It won the TFO Prize for Best Youth Film at the Cinéfranco in 2010 and also received nominations for the César Award for Best Writing – Adaptation, the European Film Award for People's Choice Award for Best European Film and the Cinema Brazil Grand Prize for Best Foreign-Language Film. A sequel, Nicholas on Holiday, was released on 9 July 2014.

Arson Gang Busters (1938)

Arson Gang Busters is a 1938 American action film directed by Joseph Kane and written by Alex Gottlieb, Norman Burnstine and Joseph Hoffman. The film stars Robert Livingston, Rosalind Keith, Jackie Moran, Warren Hymer, Jack La Rue and Clay Clement. The film was released on March 28, 1938, by Republic Pictures.

Cherkess (2010)

A love story unfolds in the midst of Bedouin and Cherkess clashes over land and water rights.

My Vietnam Your Iraq (2011)

Children of Vietnam War veterans serve in Iraq.

Make Believe (2011)

Six young magicians from the U.S., South Africa and Japan compete at the World Magic Seminar in Las Vegas for the title of Teen World Champion.

A.K.A. Doc Pomus (2012)

Filmmakers Peter Miller and William Hechter chronicle the life of rock 'n' roll icon Doc Pomus from his childhood battle with polio through his induction into the Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame.

Two Cars, One Night (2003)

Two Cars, One Night is a short film written and directed by Taika Waititi.

To Be Heard (2011)

Chronicles four years in the lives of three teenagers from New York's South Bronx who transform their lives through poetry.

Taped (2012)

Taped is a 2012 Dutch thriller film directed by Diederik van Rooijen.

Realms of Blood (2004)

Three short stories revolve around a crazed veteran, a mysterious cologne and a vampire hunter.

God Send Me A Man (2010)

A young woman (Constance Washington) tries to change her attitude to find Mr. Right.

Strictly in the Groove (1942)

Strictly in the Groove is a 1942 American musical comedy film, built around musical numbers, experienced comedy acts and guest stars. The plot thread a jive-talking college student (Davies) trying to organize a swing-music show at a local resort, where the manager (Franklin Pangborn) puts up some opposition. Compare to the similar 1945 Rockin' in the Rockies from Columbia, which Keays also directed.

The 12 Biggest Lies (2010)

Eternity's greatest battle, between truth and lies.

All My Friends Are Funeral Singers (2010)

Zel, a fortune teller, is aided in her prognostication by a band of ghosts, but when a mysterious light appears, she may have to give up the only family she knows. Featuring the music of Califone.

Malone (1987)

Malone (Burt Reynolds) has been a "wet" operative for the CIA for many years, serving his country by performing assassinations. He is tired of his job and wants to get out of "the company" (as it is called) and live a normal life. He is looking along the Pacific Northwest for a place to settle down when his much-cherished classic Mustang breaks down outside the town of Comstock. He manages to get to a small gas station and is treated like family by a Vietnam veteran, who is the station's owner, and his daughter. They are suffering from the nefarious activities of a local bigwig (Cliff Robertson) to take over all the land in the city in a hare-brained development scheme. He soon runs afoul of the town sheriff, who is basically an employee of the developer, but eventually wins his respect. Meanwhile, the CIA is none too pleased to hear of Malone's intended retirement and send a succession of hit-men after him to ensure that he divulges none of their dirty secrets. Malone destroys the first two killers at some cost to his own well-being. The next assassin turns out to be a woman who is susceptible to his charms. Meanwhile, he has a thorough-going local scoundrel to put out of business.

The Architects (1990)

Die Architekten (The Architects) is an East German film directed by Peter Kahane. It was released in 1990.

1st Testament CIA Vengeance (2001)

A CIA agent (Ron Becks) who wants out of the spy business is assigned to train a seductive Korean counterpart.

Benjamin Britten: Peace And Conflict (2013)

Benjamin Britten attends school at Gresham and transforms into a steely young man.

Great White Shark (2013)

An exploration of the shark's place in people's imagination vies with the reality of its role at the top of the sea's food chain.

Last Day Of Summer (2009)

Last Day of Summer is a 2009 drama-comedy film written, produced and directed by Vlad Yudin of The Vladar Company, featuring DJ Qualls, Nikki Reed, and William Sadler.

A Horrible Way To Die (2010)

A Horrible Way to Die is a 2010 American horror film written by Simon Barrett, directed by Adam Wingard, and produced by Travis Stevens, Simon Barrett, and Kim Sherman. The film follows the journey of an escaped serial killer as he chases down his ex-girlfriend. It had its world premiere at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival Vanguard program where it was picked up for distribution by Anchor Bay Entertainment. It also played at Fantastic Fest where it received three major awards: Best Screenplay for Simon Barrett, Best Actor for AJ Bowen and Best Actress for Amy Seimetz.

Captive Beauty (2011)

CAPTIVE BEAUTY is a feature documentary about four female inmates and a surreal beauty pageant inside Medellín, Colombia’s all female prison. It’s an intimate tale of the women’s crimes, their childhoods, and a unique search for redemption.

It's Rocking: Dard-E-Disco (2012)

Fun-loving brothers, Rambo and Rocky, dream of opening their own discotheque.

Our Wife (1941)

Our Wife is a 1941 American romantic comedy film starring Melvyn Douglas, Ruth Hussey and Ellen Drew. When a composer comes up with a hit, his ex-wife sets out to break up his romance with another woman and get him back.

The Terror Within II (1991)

The Terror Within II is a 1991 science fiction/horror film starring Andrew Stevens, who also directed it.

Changing Habits (1997)

An aspiring painter (Moira Kelly) scams her way into a free room at a convent and confronts past emotional pain.

I'm Fine, Thanks (2012)

A movie about complacency and why so many people settle for mediocrity in their everyday lives at the expense of greater passions.

The Ball (2010)

Two little boys use condoms in a different way.

Blind Adventure (1933)

Blind Adventure is a 1933 American Pre-Code film directed by Ernest B. Schoedsack released by RKO Radio Pictures.

Gregorio and His Angel (1970)

An old drunk (Broderick Crawford) in Mexico befriends a little girl who is like the angel on a missing church statue.

Love Is a Woman (1966)

An undercover agent is sent to investigate dope smuggling on a sun-drenched Mediterranean island. When both of his principal subjects die in mysterious reasons, he soon finds that he is also involved in a murder investigation.

Shaolin Invincibles (1977)

A kung-fu master's five disciples set out to restore peace to warring states.

Von Trier's 100 Eyes (2000)

Lars von Trier uses 100 cameras to give his film "Dancer in the Dark" its look.

Vladimir et Rosa (1971)

The trial of the Chicago Seven.

How Is It Going? (1976)

Two newspaper workers try to make a film.