Athadu (Him) is a 2005 Indian Telugu action thriller film written and directed by Trivikram Srinivas. The film features an ensemble cast of Mahesh Babu, Trisha Krishnan, Sonu Sood, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Sayaji Shinde, Nassar and Prakash Raj. It was produced by D. Kishore and M. Ram Mohan under the Jayabheri Arts banner while actor Murali Mohan was the presenter of the film. Story, Screenplay and Dialogues were penned by Srinivas while Sirivennela Sitaramasastri and Viswa penned the lyrics for the songs. The soundtrack was scored by Mani Sharma. K. V. Guhan handled the cinematography of the film while Sreekar Prasad edited it. Thota Tharani was the art director of the film while Peter Hein was the stunt and fight choreographer.
Vegetarian (Korean: 채식주의자) is a 2010 South Korean erotic body horror drama film directed by Lim Woo-Seong based on the same-titled novel by Han Kang. The film debuted at the 14th Busan International Film Festival on October 8, 2009 and was later released in South Korea on February 18, 2010. In January 2010, it was invited to the World Cinema Narrative Competition at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival.
Women's Voices: The Gender Gap (1984)
Filmmaker Jenny Rohrer explores the growing difference in voting patterns between men and women.
Tubby the Tuba (1947)
Tubby the Tuba is a 1947 American animated short film from Paramount Pictures, directed by George Pal as part of his Puppetoon series. It was based on the original song by Paul Tripp and George Kleinsinger. The film features narration by Victor Jory.
Ina, kapatid, anak (1979)
A drama directed by Lino Brocka, featuring Charito Solis.
The Man Who Lost Himself (1941)
The Man Who Lost Himself is a 1941 film starring Brian Aherne and Kay Francis. Aherne plays a man who encounters his exact double and is later mistaken for the other man (now deceased). The film is based on the novel of the same name by Henry De Vere Stacpoole. The novel was also adapted to film in 1920.
Among the Missing (1934)
An old woman (Henrietta Crosman, Pilgrimage) leaves her daughter's home after a fight, and is reported missing by her family. Striking up a conversation with a charming young man (Richard Cromwell, The Most Precious Thing in Life, Jezebel) in a park, she accepts a ride home with him and his friend (Arthur Hohl, Baby Face, The Devil-Doll). Not realizing her new acquaintances are jewel thieves, she accepts a job as a cook for the men — who are really just using her as a front. The old lady is smarter than they give her credit for, and soon she's figured out the whole scheme. Beautifully photographed around Los Angeles by Joseph August, this charming film has some great surprises in store. Newly remastered.
Red Clover (2012)
Sixty-six years ago, the town of Irish Channel in Louisiana was the site of a horrible massacre on St. Patrick’s Day. While some blame a terrible storm that blew through the town, there are those that don’t talk about what really happened. Since the massacre, St. Patrick’s Day festivities in town were banned, but now the Mayor believes that it is finally time to celebrate. Those facing the ire of this little Irish Hellraiser terrorizing Cajun country include Billy Zane (TITANIC), Wiliam Devane ("24"), Kelly Washington, Courtney Halverston ("Death Valley"), Azure Parsons ("Death Valley"), Matty Ferraro ("The Liar"), and actor-stuntman Kevin Mangold.
The Winds of Jarrah (1983)
The Winds of Jarrah is a 1983 Australian film adapted from a Mills & Boon novel. It was never released to cinemas.
The film was financed in part by the Australian Film Commission and the Film Corporation of Western Australia.
Screenwriter Bob Ellis later called it a "shocking film.. which, would you believe, started out as a very good script and only about one sentence of it survived."
Closing Numbers (1993)
A devoted wife realises that her husband is having an affair with a man whose life is touched by AIDS. Her compassion and dignity in the face of betrayal shows that love, like AIDS, is blind.
Victor Crowl's Freedom (2012)
Victor returns to Toronto from abroad and discovers his circle of friends need his love and compassion.
Thorne: Sleepyhead (2010)
Detective Tom Thorne investigates a serial killer who, after murdering three young women, leaves his fourth victim alive and aware.
Red Dust (2004)
Red Dust is a 2004 British drama film starring Hilary Swank and Chiwetel Ejiofor and directed by Tom Hooper.
The story, written by Troy Kennedy Martin, is based on the novel Red Dust by Gillian Slovo. The film was predominantly shot on location in South Africa, specifically in the town of Graaff Reinet.
Amelia Lópes O'Neill (1991)
Amelia Lópes O'Neill is a 1991 Chilean drama film directed by Valeria Sarmiento. It was entered into the 41st Berlin International Film Festival.
The Bomb (2015)
U.S and Iran reach a historic nuclear weapon deal. Now, discover the history of the nuclear bomb, how it changed the world and how it continues to loom large in our lives.
Learning to Lie (2003)
Liegen lernen (English: Learning to lie down) is a German film released in 2003. It is based on the novel of Frank Goosen from the year 2000.
Out of It (1969)
Out of It is a 1969 American comedy film directed by Paul Williams. It was entered into the 20th Berlin International Film Festival.
The Gentle Rain (1966)
A New Yorker (Lynda Day) flees from an annulled marriage to Rio de Janeiro and falls in love with a mute architect (Christopher George).
Diamond City (1949)
Hopetown, South Africa in the 1870's, and thousands of diggers are searching for new diamond finds. Among them are Stafford Parker and Muller. Muller is an unscrupulous rum trader and the two regularly clash about the town and its inhabitants. Two years pass and a new diamond discovery is made. The town is in uproar. Adding to this there is the arrival of an Evangelist, Hart, and his daughter Mary (Honor Blackman). The tensions rise as personal and financial stakes between rivals Parker and Muller meet dangerous new heights.
Dichiarazioni d'amore (1994)
Dichiarazioni d'amore (Declarations of Love) is a 1994 Italian drama film written and directed by Pupi Avati. The film premiered out of competition at the 51st Venice International Film Festival.
C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America (2005)
C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America is a 2004 mockumentary directed by Kevin Willmott. It is an account of an alternate history, wherein the Confederacy wins the American Civil War and establishes a new Confederate States of America that incorporates the majority of the Western Hemisphere, including the former contiguous United States, the "Golden Circle", the Caribbean, and South America. The film primarily details significant political and cultural events of Confederate history from its founding until the early 2000s. This viewpoint is used to satirize real-life issues and events, and to shed light on the continuing existence of discrimination in American culture. C.S.A was released on DVD on August 8, 2006.
Willmott, who had earlier written a screenplay about abolitionist John Brown, told interviewers he was inspired to write the story after seeing an episode of Ken Burns' The Civil War. It was produced through his Hodcarrier Films.
Ex-soldiers use explosives and lethal injections in their war against the drug dealers responsible for a boy's death.
Life With Billy (1993)
Life with Billy is a 1994 Canadian television film based on the non-fiction book of the same name by Brian Vallée. The film was nominated for five Gemini Awards, and won three.
Confessions of a Hitman (1994)
Grieving over his father's murder, an assassin (James Remar) goes to Las Vegas in order to find the killer.
Paula's (Renee O'Connor) car malfunctions near an old broken-down steamship, and she spends the night aboard. But startling commotions awaken her and lead her to all points of the dark and disturbing vessel.
Red White & Blue (2010)
Red White & Blue is a 2010 revenge-thriller film written and directed by Simon Rumley.
Normal the Düsseldorf Ripper (2009)
Normal is a film adaptation of playwright Anthony Neilson's 1991 work Normal: The Düsseldorf Ripper, a fictional account of serial killer Peter Kürten's life, told from the point of view of his defense lawyer. With Milan Kňažko as Kürten, Dagmar Veškrnová as his wife and Pavel Gajdoš as his lawyer Dr. Justus Wehner; directed by Julius Ševčík, lensed by Antonio Riestra. Released in Czech Republic on 26 March 2009.
The Puppetmaster (1993)
The Puppetmaster is a 1993 Taiwanese film directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien. Based on the memoirs of Li Tian-lu, Taiwan’s most celebrated puppeteer, this story covers the years from Li’s birth in 1909 to the end of Japan’s fifty-year occupation of Taiwan in 1945.
No Time to Fear (2009)
Friends encounter an evil spirit that assumes the form of its prey.
A Girls' Guide to Sex (1993)
A college guy (Tom Gallop) and girl (Catherine Dent) lead rival teams making a video update of a 1930s etiquette book.
Private Collections (1979)
Would-be actor Jake (David Heisler) beds homicidal photographer Helen (Mary Dryden), which riles Claire (Julie Vesselle), her agent.
In The Land Of Milk And Money (2004)
Mild-mannered mothers turn into maniacs after they drink tainted milk.
Love Is Better Than Ever (1952)
Love Is Better Than Ever is a 1952 American romantic comedy film directed by Stanley Donen from a screenplay by Ruth Brooks Flippen, starring Larry Parks and Elizabeth Taylor. The plot concerns a small-town girl who falls in love with a big-city talent agent.
Three Of Hearts: A Postmodern Family (2005)
Three of Hearts: A Postmodern Family is a 2004 documentary film directed by Susan Kaplan. It spans several years of a trinogamous relationship between two men and one woman.
Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu (2012)
Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu (English: With Cameraman Ganga, Rambabu) is a 2012 Telugu political action film written and directed by Puri Jagannadh. The film stars Pawan Kalyan, Tamanna and Gabriela Bertante in the lead roles and was launched in Hyderabad on 14 March 2012. Filming started from 15 June 2012. It was less hyped for Pawan Kalyan as it released after his blockbuster hit Gabbar Singh. It was the second collaboration between Puri Jagannadh and Pawan Kalyan.
The Survival Games (2012)
Several friends go camping and gangsters think they have a valuable item. They are left to survive on their own in the rugged wilderness and they have to rely on their survival instincts to make it out alive.
Les vécés étaient fermés de l'intérieur (1976)
An investigator searches for the murderer of a subway conductor found in a bathroom locked from the inside.
The Amazing Grace (2006)
Former slave trader John Newton (Nick Moran) writes a world-famous hymn.
Gallipoli (Turkish title Gelibolu) is a 2005 film by Turkish filmmaker Tolga Örnek. It is a documentary about the 1915 Gallipoli campaign, narrated by both sides, the Turks on one side and the British soldiers and Anzacs (soldiers of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) on the other side.
The Town That Was (2007)
A 1962 fire in Centralia, Pa., destroys a mining town and causes environmental problems.
Now You See It... (2005)
Allyson Miller will do anything to make a name for herself in television, so she signs up to produce a new reality show that's searching for the world’s greatest kid magician. As she tries to find her star, she meets young Danny Sinclair, whose abilities make him one of the finalists. But as she gets closer to Danny, he reveals a secret: his magic is real!
Calcutta is a 1969 French documentary film about Calcutta, directed by Louis Malle. It was entered into the 1969 Cannes Film Festival.
Black Water Gold (1970)
Black Water Gold is a 1970 American made-for-television adventure drama film starring Keir Dullea, Bradford Dillman, France Nuyen, Aron Kincaid and Ricardo Montalban. It was aired on January 6, 1970 in the ABC Movie of the Week space.
Half A Person (2008)
Two friends embark on a trip to Toronto that will change their lives forever.
The Stray (2012)
Stuck in summer school, four children (Mason Johnson, Dunham Stewart, Trey Loney) try to hide a cute puppy from their principal (Fran Gable).
Steigler and Steigler (1981)
A roller skater (Steve Tracy) moves to San Francisco, works at a rink and meets a girl (Dana Handler) who keeps him guessing.
Lo mejor que le puede pasar a un cruasán (2003)
With help from his girlfriend (Nathalie Sesea), a man (Pablo Carbonell) embarks on a quest to find his missing brother (Jos Coronado).
As One: The Autism Project (2014)
A heartwarming documentary film focusing on the children, parents and teachers involved in The Austism Project - a theatrical and musical program designed specifically for children on the autism spectrum throughout the United Arab Emirates.
Night of the Demons III (1997)
Night of the Demons 3 (released as Demon House in the UK) is the third film in the Night of the Demons series before the 2009 reboot. It was released in 1997 by Paramount Pictures and Republic Pictures in R-Rated and Unrated versions. It stars Amelia Kinkade, Vlasta Vrána, Gregory Calpakis, Tara Slone, Christian Tessier, Joel Gordon, Larry Day, Kristen Holden-Reid, Stephanie Bauder, and Patricia Rodriguez.
The Notorious Landlady (1962)
Richard Quine directs Jack Lemmon in this story of an American diplomat stationed in London who rents a room from landlady Kim Novak only to discover she's being watched by Scotland Yard. Written by Blake Edwards and co-starring Fred Astaire.
Splitz is a 1984 film starring Robin Johnson, Shirley Stoler and Forbes Riley. The film is about an all-girl rock band who joins up with an underdog sorority to help them win a series of athletic competitions.
Lure of the Islands (1942)
On the island of Tanukai, two FBI agents, disguised as shipwrecked sailors, meet a half-caste native girl who agrees to help them in their search for pro-Japanese activity.
Storm of Emotions (2006)
An account of the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza seen through the eyes of soldiers and border police.
The Saver (2016)
The Saver is a Canadian drama film, written and directed by Wiebke von Carolsfeld and released in 2015.
Based on a novel by Edeet Ravel, the film stars Imajyn Cardinal as Fern, a young girl who is determined to assert her independence after the death of her mother. Taking over her mother's work as a house cleaner, she finds a book on how to become a millionaire, and resolves to start saving her money.
The film's cast also includes Pascale Bussières, Alexandre Landry, Monia Chokri, Pascale Montpetit, Brandon Oakes and Hamidou Savadogo.
Von Carolsfeld garnered a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay at the 4th Canadian Screen Awards in 2016.
Wild Bill: Hollywood Maverick (1995)
WILD BILL HOLLYWOOD MAVERICK, the acclaimed award-winning documentary, explores the life and times of the prolific American filmmaker, William A. Wellman, as well as examining the social fabric of an emerging popular culture that he was helping to construct. Raucous anecdotes and wonderful clips celebrate the Hollywood career of Wellman, the maverick director of WINGS, PUBLIC ENEMY and THE OX-BOW INCIDENT.
The Unborn II (1994)
The Unborn 2 is a horror sequel to the 1991 film The Unborn. It was directed by Rick Jacobson and written by Rob Kerchner and Daniella Purcell.
Kelly's Hollywood (2015)
A man's quest to fulfill his disabled sister's Hollywood dreams takes an unexpected turn when his engagement is threatened.
The Ghost (2001)
A bounty hunter (Michael Madsen) pursues a beautiful Chinese assassin (Chung Lai) who is hiding from a gangster.
Simple Revenge (2004)
Two detectives (Melissa Picarello, Frank Avoletta) investigate a devious woman (Holly Perkins) and her elaborate plot of deception.
Nutcracker Fantasy (1979)
Nutcracker Fantasy (くるみ割り人形, Kurumiwari Ningyō, lit. The Nutcracker) is a Japanese stop motion animated film produced by Sanrio, very loosely based on Tchaikovsky's ballet The Nutcracker and E.T.A. Hoffman's story The Nutcracker and the Mouse King. It is directed by Takeo Nakamura and written by Shintaro Tsuji, Eugene A. Fournier and Thomas Joachim. It is officially released in Japan on March 3, 1979 and later in the United States in July 6, 1979. The film is nominated for the 1980 Saturn Award for Best Fantasy Film and the 1980 Young Artist Award for Best Motion Picture featuring youth and won the 1980 Young Artist Award for Best Musical Entertainment.
Nutcracker Fantasy marks as the first stop-motion project by Sanrio, followed by Hello Kitty's Stump Village 37 years later. The film's overall animation style is reminiscent of all the original Rankin/Bass "Animagic" productions including The New Adventures of Pinocchio, Willy McBean and his Magic Machine, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, The Daydreamer, Mad Monster Party?, The Little Drummer Boy, Santa Claus is Comin' to Town and Here Comes Peter Cottontail, shot at Tadahito Mochinaga's MOM Production (later renamed Video Tokyo Production) in which Nakamura work for. A remastered version of the film was announced by Sanrio, with an advanced screening at the 27th Tokyo International Film Festival in October 29, 2014 and released formally in theaters in November 29, 2014 as part of Hello Kitty's 40th anniversary.
Alice Cooper: Welcome to my Nightmare (1975)
Welcome to My Nightmare is a 1976 music concert film of Alice Cooper's show of the same name. It was produced, directed and choreographed by David Winters. The film accompanied the album, the stage show by the same name and the TV special Alice Cooper: The Nightmare, the first ever rock music video album, starring Cooper and Vincent Price in person. Though it failed at the box office, it later became a midnight movie favorite and a cult classic.
The Undesirable (2016)
The Exile (Hungarian: A tolonc) is a 1914 Hungarian film directed by Michael Curtiz.
Held for Ransom (2000)
Held for Ransom is a 2000 direct-to-video film, starring Dennis Hopper, Zachery Ty Bryan, Morgan Fairchild and Debi Mazar. It was directed and written by Lee Stanley based on the novel by Lois Duncan.
Special Delivery (1976)
Special Delivery is a 1976 American comedy crime film directed by Paul Wendkos. It stars Bo Svenson and Cybill Shepherd.
Spies is part of the Private Snafu series of animated shorts produced by Warner Bros. during World War II. Released in 1943, the cartoon was directed by Chuck Jones and features the vocal talents of Mel Blanc. It was included as part of the International Spy Museum exhibits, specifically the exhibit showcasing World War II-era spying.
Zombie Undead (2010)
Zombie Undead is a 2010 British horror film directed by Rhys Davies, written by Kris Tearse, and starring Ruth King, Kris Tearse, Rod Duncan, Barry Thomas, Sandra Wildbore, and Christopher J. Herbert. After a terrorist attack in Leicester, survivors take cover from zombies.
Murder at the World Series (1977)
Murder at the World Series is a 1977 American made-for-television sport thriller film starring Lynda Day George, Murray Hamilton, and Karen Valentine and directed by Andrew V. McLaglen.
Purgatory House (2003)
Purgatory House is a critically acclaimed independent feature film written by 14-year-old Celeste Davis and directed by Cindy Baer, who were paired in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America program when Davis was 11 years old. It deals with the topics of teen suicide and drug addiction from a teen's perspective. Shot in Los Angeles in the summer of 2001, Purgatory House screened at 25 festivals, won 12 festival awards, 2 PRISM Award Nominations, appeared on 5 critics lists for "best films of the year" and was distributed by Image Entertainment.
Wrongly accused of witchcraft and hanged, an 18th-century physician (Kevin Kindlin) awakes in the 20th century with an intense thirst for blood.
State of Violence (2010)
State of Violence is a 2010 film by South African director Khalo Matabane, featuring Fana Mokoena, Presley Chweneyagae, Neo Ntlatleng, Lindi Matshikiza, and Vusi Kunene.
Nakshatra is a Hindi thriller film, directed by Mohan Savalkar and produced by Ravindra Singh. The film released on 29 October 2010 under the R Vision banner.
The Surfer King (2007)
A Californian moves to Colorado and joins the Employee Olympics to win the Surfer King competition for the concessions crew.
Hand Held (2010)
Hand Held is a 2010 documentary feature film about photojournalist Mike Carroll, one of the first photographers to travel to Romania after the fall of the communist regime of Nicolae Ceaușescu in 1989. When he arrived, he walked into one of the most horrific scenes of the 20th century. His photographs and heart wrenching stories of the pediatric AIDS epidemic in Romania ran in the Boston Globe and New York Times and opened the eyes of the western world to the plight of Romanian children. The film chronicles Carroll's twenty-year journey to bring aid to children in a country he hardly knew, through the organization he founded, Romanian Children's Relief (RCR).
Canticle of the Stones (1990)
A former political prisoner and his ex-lover reunite after many years and discuss the oppression of Palestinians.
Jo for Jonathan (2010)
Jo lives in the shadow of his older brother, as they become involved in illegal street-racing.
Into The Arms Of Strangers (2007)
Three years after a devastating accident, a man discovers that the life he knew may be a lie.
A Beer Tale (2012)
The Frankenstein Brothers is a 2010 independent romantic comedy that takes place in Longmount, Colorado. The plot is centered on two orphan brothers, recently graduated from college, who inherit the Left Hand Brewing Company.
Main Street Lawyer (1939)
Main Street Lawyer is a 1939 American crime film directed by Dudley Murphy and written by Joseph Krumgold and Devery Freeman. The film stars Edward Ellis, Anita Louise, Robert Baldwin, Harold Huber, Clem Bevans and Margaret Hamilton. The film was released on November 3, 1939, by Republic Pictures.
Looking for Simon (2011)
Simon, a young German doctor, works in Marseille and disappears. His mother asks Jens, his ex-boyfriend, to come to Marseille to help with the search.
While heading a garbage dump on the moon, a commander faces psychotic escaped prisoners who are after nuclear weapons.
A Fugitive from the Past (1965)
A Fugitive from the Past is a 1965 Japanese film starring Rentarō Mikuni and Ken Takakura and directed by Tomu Uchida. It is a detective story based on the novel Kiga Kaikyo by Tsutomu Minakami. The film is also known as "Straits of Hunger" or "Hunger Straits" in English.
The Mad Magician (1954)
Gallico the Great (Vincent Price) is a respected inventor of stage magic effects but he wants the celebrity of a headline act magician. When a rival steals his wife and attempts to steal his buzz-saw trick, Gallini goes berserk. One murder follows another as he tries to cover his tracks and all the time his assistant’s boyfriend, Detective Alan Bruce (Patrick O’Neal) is closing in on him. This stunning 3D psycho-thriller directed by John Brahm, one of the architects of The Twilight Zone television series and written by prolific, frequently perverse screenwriter Crane Wilbur is, as original posters promised, ‘ Astounding! Astonishing! Amazing!’ Price was rarely more crazed than here, The Mad Magician needs to be seen to be believed in all its 3D glory.
Seattle Superstorm (2012)
A scientist (Esai Morales) and his fiancee (Ona Grauer) search for answers when cataclysmic weather threatens the planet.
Desert Mice (1959)
A World War II entertainment troupe brings comedy and chaos to North Africa.
A young couple on a road trip are in a desperate situation when a worldwide gas shortage hits, stranding them in the middle of nowhere.
Eastern European refugees try to adapt to new lives in Los Angeles.
Hands Over the City (1963)
Hands over the City (Italian: Le mani sulla città) is a 1963 drama film directed by Francesco Rosi. It is a story of political corruption in post-World War II Italy.
The Damned (1947)
The Damned (French: Les Maudits) is a 1947 French drama film directed by René Clément. It was entered into the 1947 Cannes Film Festival. The film is notable for its depiction of the interior of a wartime submarine and for its tracking shots through the length of the U-boat.
Vanishing of the Bees (2009)
Vanishing of the Bees is a 2009 documentary film by Hive Mentality Films & Hipfuel Films, directed by George Langworthy and Maryam Henein and released in the United Kingdom in October 2009. The story is centered on the sudden disappearance of honey bees from beehives around the world, caused by the poorly understood phenomenon known as Colony Collapse Disorder or CCD. Although the film does not draw any firm scientific conclusions as to the precise cause or causes of CCD, it does suggest a link between neonicotinoid pesticides and CCD.
The UK cinema release of the film was supported by The Co-operative Group.
Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie Part I: The Beginning Story (2012)
A strange creature offers Madoka, a 14-year-old girl, and her best friend, Sayaka, a deal: They can have one wish granted if they become magical girls and fight witches that cause murders and suicides.
Astro Zombies: M3 - Cloned (2010)
Sultry but deranged, Dr. DeMarco heads a Top Secret government project to recreate the demented killing machines known as the Astro-Zombies. An army of the mutant clones manages to escape restricted Area 51, setting off on a murderous blood rampage. An elite team of mercenaries joins forces with the infamous Doll Squad in a desperate effort to end the reign of horror.
Ellie is a 1984 comedy film directed by Peter Wittman and distributed by Troma Entertainment. Set in the deep south, the film follows the titular barefoot Ellie (Sheila Kennedy); after witnessing her father's murder at the hands of her stepmother and her three lecherous stepbrothers, Ellie vows to avenge her father's death using the only weapon she has: her voluptuous body. The film also features appearances from such noteworthy actors as Shelley Winters, George Gobel, Edward Albert and Pat Paulsen.
The Right to Love: An American Family (2012)
A Californian married gay couple fights back against discrimination.
Outbound is a 2010 Romanian action film directed by Bogdan George Apetri.
The Pier (2011)
Jack McCarthy returns to Ireland after living in America for 20 years to help his ailing father.
Love Stalker (2011)
A ladies man gets dumped by the woman of his dreams and has his life turned upside down.
Tevya is a 1939 American Yiddish film, based on author Sholem Aleichem's stock character Tevye the Dairyman, also the subject of the 1964 musical Fiddler on the Roof. It was the first non-English language picture selected for preservation by the National Film Registry.
Romance is a short animated film, directed by Georges Schwizgebel and released in 2011.
Plum Role (2007)
Jacob lands his dream job on a cop show, and just as he is set to leave, loose ends from his past threaten to derail his career.
Wet Heat (2008)
Teenape has to rescue the President of Entertainment or face a stint in prison.