Madmast Barkhaa (2015)

A lonely woman begins an affair after her husband goes away on military duty.

A Gun, a Car, a Blonde (1997)

A man (Jim Metzler) in a wheelchair creates an alter ego, a tough private eye investigating a murder plot.

Whitefish (2009)

Two fisherman struggle to keep their boat working until they haul in a huge amount of drugs. One wants to get rid of them, but the other wants to keep them to make their dreams come true.

Tired of Kissing Frogs (2006)

An interior designer (Ana Serradilla) dates many men after her boyfriend cheats on her.

$1,000 a Touchdown (1939)

$1,000 a Touchdown is a 1939 American comedy film directed by James P. Hogan and written by Delmer Daves. The film stars Joe E. Brown, Martha Raye, Eric Blore, Susan Hayward, John Hartley and Joyce Mathews. The film was released on October 4, 1939, by Paramount Pictures.

My Stolen Revolution (2013)

Filmmaker Nahid Persson Sarvestani searches for lost family and allies she left behind when she fled Iran in 1979.

The Surrogate (1995)

The Surrogate is a 1995 television film drama directed by Jan Egleson and Raymond Hartung and aired on ABC. The film had a limited VHS release in the United Kingdom in April 1996. It has also been released on video in Asia.

Real Playing Game (2013)

Real Playing Game (also known as RPG) is a 2013 Portuguese science fiction film directed by Tino Navarro and David Rebordão, produced and co-written by Navarro. The film stars Rutger Hauer, Soraia Chaves, and Pedro Granger.

Mother and Son (1997)

Mother and Son (Russian: Мать и сын, Mat i syn) is a 1997 Russian film directed by Aleksandr Sokurov, depicting the relationship between an old, dying mother and her young son. It was Sokurov's first internationally acclaimed feature film, and is the first volume of a trilogy whose subject matter is the study of the drama in human relationships. It is followed by Father and Son (2003), and by Two Brothers and a Sister, the final installment, this last of which is in its preliminary filming stage. It was entered into the 20th Moscow International Film Festival where it won the Special Silver St. George.

Leaving Me, Loving You (2004)

After breaking up, a doctor (Leon Lai) and a party planner (Faye Wong) have a chance to rekindle their romance.

Iron Thunder (1998)

Booted from karate class for his bad attitude, a kickboxer (Anthony Elmore) tries to win the championship.

12 Months (2013)

A man in Los Angeles rents his home for $1 a month to help a family he has never met.

Montana (2014)

A former Serbian commando (Lars Mikkelsen) and his 14-year-old protégé (McKell David) seek revenge against a powerful crime lord.

A Doll's House (1959)

Nora Helmer (Jane Fonda) lives a quiet life with her husband, Torvald (David Warner), in a small Norwegian town. While he works diligently at a bank, she looks after their children. But Torvald doesn't know that several years ago, when he was very ill and she was desperate for money, Nora forged a loan document and has been secretly working to pay the money back ever since. The arrival of her friend Kristine (Delphine Seyrig) prompts Nora to re-evaluate her life and confront Torvald.

Hello Sister (1930)

Hello Sister is a 1930 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Walter Lang.

Osaka Violence (2012)

After his father is seriously injured, Masashi is taken in by a generous family and quickly learns the father has a bad reputation.

Emil and the Detective (1935)

Emil and the Detectives is a 1935 British family adventure film directed by Milton Rosmer and starring John Williams, George Hayes and Mary Glynne. It is a remake of the 1931 German film Emil and the Detectives with the main setting moved from Berlin to London. Otherwise it follows the original very closely, recreating many of the same camera shots. It was made at Shepperton Studios.

The Happy Family (1952)

The Happy Family is a 1952 British comedy film directed by Muriel Box and starring Stanley Holloway, Kathleen Harrison and Naunton Wayne. The plot of the film centres on resistance by a family to the disruption caused by the construction of the Festival of Britain. It is also known in the U.S. by the alternative title Mr. Lord Says No. It was an adaptation of a play The Happy Family by Michael Clayton Hutton.

Papita, Maní, Tostón (2013)

Papita, maní, tostón is a 2013 Venezuelan comedy film written and directed by Luis Carlos Hueck. Starring Juliette Pardau and Jean Pierre Agostini, where narrates the encounter between two eternal rivals, a follower of the Leones del Caracas and a "magallanera".

Rome 11:00 (1952)

Rome 11 o'clock or Roma ore 11 is a 1952 Italian drama film directed by Giuseppe De Santis and one of the best examples of Neorealist filmmaking. Augusto Genina made the film named Tre storie proibite, based on the same tragic accident at Savoia Street that Rome ore 11 is about.

A Child's Secret (2006)

A 10-year-old who is deaf and mute boy is abandoned by his mother in 18th-century France.

A Ravishing Idiot (1964)

Une ravissante idiote (AKA A ravishing idiot) is a 1964 Cold War comedy directed by Édouard Molinaro. François Billetdoux and André Tabet wrote a screenplay based on Charles Exbrayat 1962 novel of the same name. Brigitte Bardot and Anthony Perkins star as the protagonists in the Franco-Italian production.

Silent River (2011)

Two men are desperate to escape and flee Yugoslavia, but their trust in each other is put to the ultimate test.

Terror at Black Falls (1962)

A gunfighter who lost a hand in a shootout emerges from prison on a quest to avenge his dead son.

Star Witness (1931)

The Leeds clan are going about their business when an uninvited criminal storms their house. Family members young and old get an eyeful of the intruder, and they're set to help authorities put the man, who killed a police officer, in prison. Trying to keep the family quiet, members of the Campos gang take grade-schooler Donny Leeds (George Ernest) hostage. But patriarch Pvt. "Grandpa" Summerill (Charles "Chic" Sale) won't be intimidated, and he urges his family to fight for justice.

Saving Mes Aynak (2015)

Archaeologists fight to save a 2,600-year-old Buddhist site from destruction by a Chinese mining company.

A Man Called Django! (1971)

W Django! (also known as A Man Called Django! and Viva! Django) is a 1971 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Edoardo Mulargia and starring Anthony Steffen.

Music of the Spheres (1985)

Aliens warn a psychic woman (Anne Dansereau) that Earth's solar-energy computer program is upsetting the balance of the universe.

Fort Dodge Stampede (1951)

Fort Dodge Stampede is a 1951 western film produced and directed by Harry Keller and starring Allan Lane. This film is one of 34 'B-movie' westerns filmed between 1947 and 1953 featuring Allan 'Rocky' Lane and his horse Black Jack.

American Artifact: The Rise of American Rock Poster Art (2009)

A chronicle of the rise of American rock poster art.

Riot Squad (1941)

An intern takes a job as doctor for a gang of criminals in order to trap them for the police.

Honeymoon of Horror (1964)

A woman receives threatening phone calls and is involved in several near-accidents after marrying a famous sculptor.

Sunny Side Up (2018)

The daughter (Janet Gaynor) of a grocer pretends to be rich for the Southampton heir (Charles Farrell) who loves her.

Full Frame (2016)

A spineless photographer (Frankie Murphy-Giesing) unearths the dark deeds of a notorious man and gets swept up in a game of life or death.

Special Effects (1984)

Special Effects is a 1984 film directed by Larry Cohen. It stars Zoe Lund and Eric Bogosian.

Short Eyes (1977)

Convicts try to stay alive in a brutal prison where certain fellow inmates violate nearly every known rule of decency.

Grand Canyon (1949)

Grand Canyon is a 1949 American Western film starring Richard Arlen. It was the directorial debut of veteran editor Robert Landres and was financed by Robert L. Lippert. It was shot at the Nassour Studios.Lippert assigned Carl Hittleman to produce the film after the success of I Shot Jesse James.

Born to Be Loved (1959)

Born to Be Loved is a 1959 film directed by Hugo Haas. Set in an overcrowded tenement building, it stars Carol Morris (as Dorothy); Hugo Haas (Prof. Brauer); Dick Kallman (Eddie); and Barbara Jo Allen (Mrs. Hoffmann).

The Man Who Found Himself (1937)

The Man Who Found Himself (1937), also known as Wings of Mercy, is an American aviation film based on the unpublished story "Wings of Mercy" by Alice F. Curtis. The film marked the first starring role for 19-year-old Joan Fontaine, who was billed as the "new RKO screen personality", highlighted following the end of the film by a special "on screen" introduction. Unlike many of the period films that appeared to glorify aviation, it was a complex film, examining the motivations of both doctors and pilots.

Above And Below (2015)

Filmmaker Nicolas Steiner documents the exploits of three homeless people in Las Vegas, a man who lives in a military bunker in the California desert and a woman at a Utah research station that simulates life on Mars.

The Year of the Hare (1977)

A news photographer (Christophe Lambert) goes to extremes to care for the hare he hit with his car.

The Old Testament (1962)

Il vecchio testamento, English title The Old Testament is a 1962 Italian/French widescreen international co-production epic shot in Yugoslavia that was based on the Maccabean revolt against the Syrians of 166 B.C. It was directed and co-written by Gianfranco Parolini and starred Brad Harris in one of their frequent collaborations.

The Famous Five 3 (2014)

The five friends go on vacation to a seaside village and find a mysterious locket in a shipwreck. A local girl recognizes the locket and knows it leads to a pirate's treasure.

Jung (1996)

An honest police officer and his brother, a defense lawyer, clash over a condemned man who may be innocent.

Riding on Air (1937)

Riding on Air is a 1937 American film directed by Edward Sedgwick. The film is also known as All Is Confusion in the United Kingdom.

Hellion (2012)

A boy suffers the consequences of his malicious brothers' actions.

When's Your Birthday? (1937)

When's Your Birthday? is a 1937 American romantic comedy film directed by Harry Beaumont. While original prints of this film had a cartoon sequence in Technicolor directed by Bob Clampett and Leon Schlesinger, most prints have the sequence in black-and-white.

Manslaughter (2012)

Manslaughter is a 2012 Dutch thriller film directed by Pieter Kuijpers starring comedian Theo Maassen as the leading actor.

Family Nest (1977)

Family Nest is a 1979 Hungarian black-and-white drama film, directed by Béla Tarr. The film won Grand Prize at the 1979 Mannheim-Heidelberg International Film Festival, tieing with Spanish film El Super.

The Legend of God's Gun (2007)

The Legend of God's Gun is a 2007 American independently produced film celebrating the tradition of western films and the spirit of Rock and Roll. The film is actually based on the psychedelic Western album of the same name by the band Spindrift—the album having preceded the production of the film by a number of years.

The Family Farm (2014)

Filmmaker Ari A. Cohen explores the farm-to-table process by following small Canadian farmers.

Lawless Cowboys (1951)

A cowboy enlists the aid of an honest bronco buster and a local newspaperman to uncover a rodeo-fixing scheme.

Rap Sheet: Hip-Hop and the Cops (2006)

Filmmaker Don Sikorski examines the relationship between hip-hop artists and law enforcement.

Prem Granth (1996)

Prem Granth is a Hindi film which was released in India on 22 May 1996. Directed by Rajiv Kapoor, the movie stars Rishi Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit and deals with the subject of rape. The movie was a commercial failure.

The Saint's Vacation (1941)

British sleuth Simon Templar (Hugh Sinclair) and his sidekick (Arthur Macrae) trick spies in Switzerland.

Land Grab (2016)

A finance mogul ignites a political firestorm when he announces his plans to build the world's largest urban farm in Detroit.

Boonie Bears: Homeward Journey (2013)

Bramble and Briar Bear rally the forest animals to stop Logger Vick from chopping down all the trees.

The Runaway Princess (1929)

The Runaway Princess is a 1929 British-German silent drama film directed by Anthony Asquith and Fritz Wendhausen and starring Mady Christians, Fred Rains, Paul Cavanagh and Anne Grey.

When The Bullet Hits The Bone (1996)

An emergency-room doctor (Jeff Wincott) declares war on street crime after linking drug traffic to the federal government.

Underworld Beauty (1958)

Underworld Beauty is a 1958 Japanese film directed by Seijun Suzuki. It marked Suzuki's first CinemaScope film and was also the first to be credited to his assumed name, Seijun Suzuki.

Shadow Zone: The Undead Express (1996)

Zach (Chauncey Leopardi), a 14-year-old boy, loves horror movies. But when he meets an actual vampire named Valentine (Ron Silver) on a deserted subway platform, Zach's penchant for all things horror comes screeching to a halt. Luckily for him, Valentine happens to be a "vampire vegetarian," which means Zach is not on his menu. Escaping to the streets, Zach tells his friends (Natanya Ross, Tony T. Johnson) of his encounter, but they don't believe him until vampires kidnap one of them.

The Girl Said No (1930)

The Girl Said No is a 1930 Pre-Code American romantic comedy film starring William Haines and Leila Hyams. In the film, a young college graduate goes to extreme lengths to win the girl he loves.

Wheedle's Groove (2009)

A DJ finds an old record from the forgotten 1970s Seattle music scene.

Deranged (1987)

A woman (Jane Hamilton) kills a black-clad intruder with scissors, then hallucinates.

Fame Whore (1997)

Characters (Amy Davis, Peter Friedrich, Victor E. of Aquitaine) in three films each have delusions: A tennis star loses endorsements; a woman seeks fame; a man has an imaginary friend.

Three Warriors (1978)

Three Warriors is a 1978 American drama film directed by Kieth Merrill and written by Sy Gomberg. The film stars Charles White-Eagle, McKee Redwing, Lois Red Elk, Randy Quaid, Christopher Lloyd and Trey Wilson. The film was released in February 1978, by United Artists.

Life Begins Tomorrow (1933)

Life Begins Tomorrow (German: Morgen beginnt das Leben) is a 1933 German drama film directed by Werner Hochbaum and starring Erich Haußmann, Hilde von Stolz and Harry Frank. The film presents speculations on the future after the invention of atomic energy. After working on the film the left-wing Hochbaum emigrated to Austria due to the coming to power of the Nazis, although he did return to make films for the regime. The film's sets were designed by Gustav A. Knauer and Alexander Mügge.

Love Kills (1999)

Love Kills is a 1998 film by Mario Van Peebles starring Mario Van Peebles, Lesley Ann Warren, and Daniel Baldwin.

Bloodsuckers From Outer Space (1984)

Bloodsuckers from Outer Space is a 1984 American horror spoof written and directed by Glen Coburn. It stars Thom Meyers, Dennis Letts, Laura Ellis, Robert Bradeen, Glen Coburn, Kris Nicolau, and Pat Paulsen as Texas residents who must battle a mist that turns people into zombies.

Hidden (2009)

With his mother’s passing, KK returns home after nineteen years to settle her estate. But with his heritage come dark and deadly secrets. Having spent the last two decades trying to forget his cruel mother and his past life in the creepy house in the woods, KK finds that there are some things you just can’t run from.

3 Américas (2007)

3 Américas is a 2007 Argentine/U.S. dramatic film written and directed by Cristina Kotz Cornejo. The film was produced by Cristina Kotz Cornejo and Angela Counts. The story takes place in Boston, Massachusetts and Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Beast of Blood (1971)

Beast of Blood, released in the UK as Blood Devils, is a 1970 Filipino horror film. A sequel to The Mad Doctor of Blood Island, it was likewise directed by director Eddie Romero. It is one of actor John Ashley's better known cult films. The story involves a mad scientist who creates a monster. After the creature's head is cut off, the scientist keeps it alive with a serum he has invented.

Love Lies Bleeding (1999)

Love Lies Bleeding is a 1999 Australian–American drama film directed by William Tannen.

O Rei da Noite (1975)

Sought after by several reputable women, a bohemian becomes obsessed with a prostitute.

Escape from Suburbia: Beyond the American Dream (2007)

Concerned Americans respond to the declining oil supply, reconsidering their lifestyle options.

The Touch of Flesh (1959)

A rich teen (Jeanne Rainer) tries to terminate her pregnancy against the father's (Ted Marshall) wishes.

Francis in the Navy (1955)

Francis in the Navy is a 1955 American black-and-white comedy film from Universal-International, produced by Stanley Rubin and directed by Arthur Lubin. The film stars Donald O'Connor, Martha Hyer, and marked the first credited film role of Clint Eastwood. The distinctive voice of Francis is a voice-over by actor Chill Wills. This is sixth film in Universal-International's Francis the Talking Mule series.

The Captain's Table (1959)

The Captain's Table is a 1959 British comedy film directed by Jack Lee from a novel by Richard Gordon. It starred John Gregson, Donald Sinden, Peggy Cummins and Nadia Gray, and featured Maurice Denham, Joan Sims, John Le Mesurier, Richard Wattis and Reginald Beckwith in leading supporting roles.

The Desert Song (1953)

A civil war between Morocco's Berber and Arab populations provides the backdrop for this romantic musical adventure. Headstrong Margot (Kathryn Grayson) and her father, Gen. Birabeau (Ray Collins), arrive from Paris to a remote Foreign Legion outpost. The powerful Sheik Yousseff (Raymond Massey) has devised a scheme to discredit the mysterious warlord El Khobar by having his men attack the fort disguised as Berbers -- a plan Margot and her tutor, Paul Bonnard (Gordon MacRae), attempt to foil.

Warning from Space (1956)

Warning from Space is a Japanese science fiction tokusatsu film released in January 1956 by Daiei, and was the first Japanese science fiction film to be produced in color. In the film's plot, starfish-like aliens disguised as humans travel to Earth to warn of the imminent collision of a rogue planet and Earth. As the planet rapidly accelerates toward Earth, a nuclear device is created at the last minute and destroys the approaching world.

Phantom (1922)

Phantom is a 1922 silent film that was directed by F. W. Murnau the same year Murnau directed Nosferatu. It is an example of German Expressionist film and has a surreal, dreamlike quality.