Trezoros: The Lost Jews of Kastoria (2016)

The Sephardic community in Kastoria, Greece, is doomed after Nazis take control of the town.

Almost Anything (2015)

Friends test the limits of monogamy, friendship, betrayal, and freedom.

It Was in May (1970)

It Was in May is a 1970 Soviet drama film directed by Marlen Khutsiev that depicts first weeks after the war had ended.

Johnny Frank Garrett's Last Word (2017)

Based on an incredible true story, JOHNNY FRANK GARRETT'S LAST WORD is a terrifying tale of vengeance from beyond the grave.On Halloween night 1981, a Catholic nun is savagely murdered. In a haze of fear, the authorities in Amarillo, Texas feel compelled to solve the case quickly amidst widespread panic and lynch mob anger. Soon a suspect emerges as 18-year-old Johnny Frank Garrett is arrested and put on trial.Overlooking evidence that could have cleared his name, the jury passes swift judgment and Garrett is convicted and sentenced to death. But from the moment of his arrest until his last breath Garrett professes his innocence, and following his execution a letter is found in his cell written in a voice driven by a dark force, promising retribution and cursing the souls of anyone connected with his demise.Within weeks of his execution, Johnny's terrifying prophecy is unleashed as a series of unexplained deaths strike down those involved in the cover-up. As his parade of victims grows, it is left to one conscience-stricken juror to exonerate Johnny and break his curse before it's too late…

Bedeviled (2016)

Five friends are terrorized by a supernatural entity after downloading a mysterious app.

Lake Bodom (2016)

Bodom (internationally Lake Bodom) is a 2016 Finnish horror film directed by Taneli Mustonen. It is inspired by but not based on the 1960 Lake Bodom murders.

Scalps (1987)

In the aftermath of the Civil war, rogue Southern soldiers kidnap a woman and slaughter everyone in her village after her father refuses to sell her to them.

Bad Dads (2017)

The next installment in the franchise.

The Killing Field (2014)

The Killing Field is an Australian mystery-drama-thriller television film on the Seven Network. It was created by Sarah Smith and Michaeley O'Brien and directed by Samantha Lang, from a screenplay by Sarah Smith and Michaeley O'Brien. It was produced by Bill Hughes and Sarah Smith with Rebecca Gibney co-producing and Julie McGauran executive producing. A spin-off series Winter screened from February 2015.

Samyy luchshiy den! (2015)

The Very Best Day is a Russian comedy film directed by Zhora Kryzhovnikov. It is the highest-grossing Russian film of 2015, which raised more than $ 10.5 million at the box office.

Divertimento (2002)

An insecure actor (Federico Luppi) seeks mentoring advice from a legendary performer (Francisco Rabal) who is unwilling to part with it.

The Confessions (2016)

The Confessions is a 2016 Italian-French thriller drama film directed by Roberto Andò. It stars Toni Servillo, Connie Nielsen, Pierfrancesco Favino, Marie-Josée Croze, Moritz Bleibtreu, Lambert Wilson and Daniel Auteuil.

Remo (2016)

Remo is a 2016 Indian Tamil romantic comedy film, produced by R. D. Raja, written and directed by Bakkiyaraj Kannan. The film stars Sivakarthikeyan, Sathish, Rajendran and Keerthy Suresh in the leading roles, while Aadukalam Naren, Anson Paul, K. S. Ravikumar and Saranya Ponvannan among others portray supporting roles. Actress Sri Divya makes a cameo appearance. Featuring music composed by Anirudh Ravichander and cinematography by P. C. Sreeram, the film began production during October 2015 and was released on 7 October 2016. The movie was remade in Odia in 2017 as Sister Sridevi.

Chhakka Panja (2016)

Chhakka Panja (Nepali: छक्का पन्जा) is a 2016 Nepalese dark comedy drama film directed and produced by Deepa Shree Niraula. The film is Niraula's directorial debut and features Priyanka Karki, Deepak Raj Giri, Jeetu Nepal, Kedar Ghimire, Buddhi Tamang, Shivahari Poudel, Barsha Raut and Namrata Sapkota. The film received highly positive reviews for its screenplay and story, performances, humor and its social setting. However, due to piracy problems, the movie was released on YouTube. Due to the piracy, the international screening of the movie was highly affected. The film was “ All Time Blockbuster “ and is the 2nd highest grossing Nepali film of all time overtaken by its 3rd part. The film had two sequels :- Chhakka Panja 2 and Chhakka Panja 3, both of which were commercial blockbusters. Thus, it is the highest grossing Nepali movie franchise.

Rekka (2016)

Rekka is a 2016 Indian Tamil-language action masala film written and directed by Rathina Shiva. The film features Vijay Sethupathi, Lakshmi Menon and Sija Rose in the lead roles, while Sathish, K. S. Ravikumar and Sriranjani play supporting roles. The film is being produced by B.Ganesh who co-produced Orange Mittai. Featuring music composed by D. Imman and cinematography by Dinesh Krishnan. The film which commenced production in January 2016 released on 7 October 2016 along with other Tamil movies, Remo and Devi.

Sunshine Becomes You (2015)

Sunshine Becomes You is a 2015 Indonesian romance film directed by Rocky Soraya and based on novel with same name by Ilana Tan. The film was about love story of Alex Hirano and Mia Clark. Shooting location was on New York, United States from 27 July 2015 until 30 September 2015.

Jonathan (2016)

Jonathan is a 2016 German drama film directed by Piotr J. Lewandowski. It was screened in the Panorama section at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival.

Ali and Nino (2016)

Set against the sweeping tide of history, this is the breathtaking tale of a romance that crosses political, geographic, and religious divides. Azerbaijan, 1918: though he is Muslim and she is Christian, Ali (Adam Bakri) and Nino (Maria Valverde) defy their parents and marry. At first it appears that their all-consuming love will be enough to overcome the differences in their backgrounds. But their bond is soon put the test, first as she confronts what it means to be a westernized woman living in a traditionalist society, and then again when everything they know is turned upside down by the arrival of World War I. Directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Asif Kapadia (Amy) from a script by Atonement screenwriter Christopher Hampton, Ali and Nino transports viewers to a land of awe-inspiring beauty and a time of great upheaval. With Mandy Patinkin.

Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present (2017)

Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present is a non-fiction film examining the pioneering life and works of artist, musician, and educator, Tony Conrad. Tony Conrad was one the great American artists of our time, yet to the world at large he remains criminally under appreciated. Since the early 1960s, Conrad's films and compositions have been the stuff of legend for artists and musicians everywhere. His vast, inter-disciplinary repertoire has single-handedly created and influenced major film and compositional movements. He performed in and recorded the soundtrack to Jack Smith’s legendary Flaming Creatures; he turned the paradigms of cinema upside down with The Flicker, a film composed of only black and white frames; his development and practice of Just Intonation and Minimalism through his work with Stockhausen and La Monte Young still has the music establishment scratching their heads; his pivotal role in the formation of The Velvet Underground has directly or indirectly influenced everyone who has picked up a guitar since; as an early adopter of activist public access television he democratized the emerging medium of portable video. In his later years he continued to perform and make work that pushed the boundaries of reason for which he has finally begun to receive worldwide attention. Utilizing intimate footage of Tony and his collaborators shot over the last twenty-two years, as well as his own archive of recordings and films, Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present mirrors Conrad’s own playfully radical approach to art making. The non-linear structure allows Conrad to wildly free associate his streams of consciousness, revealing an honest and humane way of navigating a remarkable, creative life.

Nuummioq (2009)

Nuummioq is a 2009 Greenlandic drama film directed by Otto Rosing and Torben Bech and produced by Mikisoq H. Lynge. Nuummioq means "a man from Nuuk" in the Greenlandic language. Nuummioq premiered in Nuuk on 31 October 2009.

Toz Bezi (2015)

Two Kurdish cleaning women living in Istanbul try to survive. Nesrin tries to make ends meet with her daughter and understand why her husband left her, and Hatun dreams of buying a house someday.

House of Terrors (1965)

Three visitors ignore a hunchbacked caretaker's warnings and stay in a haunted house.

The Voice Thief (2013)

When an opera singer loses her voice, her husband embarks on a dark journey to recover it through supernatural means.

Christmas with the Andersons (2016)

Drowning in tinsel and lights every Christmas, Michael and Caroline Anderson throw the year's biggest party at their house. But this year, with Michael jobless and Caroline's store struggling, that tradition may end. The Andersons decide to host a very different kind of party, which helps them rediscover what's most important about the holiday.

A Cinderella Christmas (2016)

At a holiday masquerade ball, fledgling event planner Angie Wells and wealthy playboy Nicholas Karmichael, who needs to marry to retain his inheritance, meet and fall for each other anonymously. While Nicholas tries to locate the girl of his dreams, Angie must choose between pursuing her lifelong dream of running a business or following her heart.

Street Level (2016)

A street dealer (David Labrava) turned addict and his girlfriend (Elia Saldana) scrape by doing whatever they can to get their next fix.

Chasing Pavement (2015)

A young porn actor prepares to leave the industry and begin a new life as a chef.

Septem (2006)

When seven patients and two therapists head into the mountains for a week of treatment, mysterious clues and deadly messages begin to appear.

Jack's Apocalypse (2015)

Jack's cycle of addiction is broken when his brother Shane calls to tell him the water supply has been contaminated and there's going to be an attack on the electrical grid in strategic locations throughout the United States. Shane asks Jack to take his wife and daughter to the family lake house, forcing Jack to return to the town from which he was disgraced to protect a family other than his own while battling addiction, starvation and looters.

The Drama Club (2017)

It's been 20 years since they met in their high school drama club, but the teenage romances, egos and quarrels are lying just beneath the surface waiting to show themselves once again. In a twisted maze of ex-lovers, old grudges and new spouses, friends are thrown down a rabbit hole of bad, alcohol-fueled decisions.

Tell Me Lies (1968)

Tell Me Lies is a 1968 British drama film directed and produced by Peter Brook. Based on a play by Denis Cannan called US, it stars Mark Jones, Pauline Munro, Eric Allan, and Robert Langdon Lloyd. The film was shot in London in the summer of 1967 and starred actors under contract to the Royal Shakespeare Company. The film is based on the American involvement in the Vietnam War and was highly controversial at the time of its release.

Castle in the Sky (1986)

Castle in the Sky (Japanese: 天空の城ラピュタ, Hepburn: Tenkū no Shiro Rapyuta) (known by its full name Laputa: Castle in the Sky in the United Kingdom and Australia) is a 1986 Japanese animated adventure film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki and is also the first film produced and released by Studio Ghibli. The film was distributed by Toei Kabushiki Kaisha. Laputa: Castle in the Sky won the Animage Anime Grand Prix in 1986.

Burden (2017)

Chris Burden guaranteed his place in art history in 1971 with a period of often dangerous and at times stomach-churning performances. After having himself shot, locked up in a locker for five days, electrocuted, and crucified on the back of a VW bug, Burden reinvented himself as the creator of truly mesmerizing installations and sculptures, from a suspended gigantic flywheel that seemingly spins on its own, to an assemblage of antique streetlights rewired for solar energy and illuminated outside the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. In Burden, Timothy Marrinan and Richard Dewey look at the artist’s works and private life with an innovative mix of still-potent videos of his 70s performances, personal videos and audio recordings, friends fellow students and colleagues, critics’ comments and latter day footage at his Topanga Canyon studio, all peppered with his thoughts and musings through the years.

Pitcairn Island Today (1935)

A visit to Pitcairn Island in the South Pacific Ocean shows that life for the residents has changed little over the years.

Starlit Days at the Lido (1935)

Film stars from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios visit Hollywood's Lido Lounge.

Lost Solace (2017)

After taking a new form of ecstasy, a psychopath goes through a mind-bending trip that makes him to feel and question his morality for the first time.

Chicago Rot (2015)

After serving a prison sentence, Les scours the streets of Chicago to find the man who murdered his mother.

Family Possessions (2016)

A young girl, Rachael Dunn, inherits the mansion of her estranged grandmother.  Rachael and her family move into the house to start a new life, but once there strange and unexplained occurrences begin to happen. Rachael uncovers a secret that had been hidden from her and she soon realizes that some family secrets should remain...buried.

Footprints, the Path of Your Life (2016)

From Arizona, the announcement was made: Wanted, 10 brave souls willing to walk 500 miles in 40 days along an ancient path that's been traveled for centuries. Arrival at the destination is not guaranteed, only days of suffering, driving rain, bitter cold and intense heat. Losing your way amidst the beautiful, yet unpredictable, landscapes of Northern Spain will add grueling miles to the journey -- but in turn you may find yourself.

Shivaay (2016)

Shivaay is a 2016 Indian Hindi action thriller film directed and produced by Ajay Devgn under his banner Ajay Devgn FFilms. The story and screenplay are written by Sandeep Shrivastava and the film features Ajay Devgn in the lead titular role along with debutante actresses Sayyeshaa, Abigail Eames and Erika Kaar in lead roles. Mithoon composed the film's score and soundtrack. British band The Vamps and composer Jasleen Royal also contributed to the music. The film is loosely based on the 2008 French film Taken starring Liam Neeson.

Midnight Sun (2018)

MIDNIGHT SUN is a romantic tearjerker about 17-year-old Katie Price (Bella Thorne), sheltered at home since childhood with a rare genetic condition, a life-threatening sensitivity to sunlight. Having only her father Jack (Rob Riggle) for company, Katie's world opens up after dark when she ventures outside to play her guitar. One night, her dreams come true when she's noticed and asked out by her longtime crush Charlie (Patrick Schwarzenegger), whom she's secretly watched from her bedroom window for years. As they embark on nightly summer excursions, Katie's risk to sunlight grows and she's presented with the gut-wrenching dilemma of whether she can live a normal life with her newfound soul mate.

Beiimaan Love (2016)

Beiimaan Love is a 2016 Indian Hindi-language thriller film directed and produced by Rajeev Chaudhari. It stars Sunny Leone and Rajneesh Duggal and marks the acting debut of Daniel Weber and Ziesha Nancy.

Monolith (2017)

Monolith is a 2017 thriller film directed by Ivan Silvestrini starring Katrina Bowden, Damon Dayoub and Brandon Jones.The film was conceived by a cartoonist Roberto Recchioni, who began a version of the film in the form of a graphic novel for Sergio Bonelli Editore, written together with Mauro Uzzeo and drawn and colored by Lorenzo Ceccotti, which was released in two volumes in January and May 2017, before the film's release.

Almost Adults (2016)

Almost Adults is a 2017 Canadian comedy film about two close friends and how their relationship evolves when one deals with her newfound sexual orientation and the other with break-up with her long-term boyfriend. It was directed by Sarah Rotella, and starred Elise Bauman and Natasha Negovanlis.

First Winter (1982)

When their father goes away, an Irish immigrant family struggles to survive the winter in Canada.

Penelope in the Treehouse (2016)

Penelope escapes to her treehouse in the sky when her new stepfather moves in.

Peculiar Penguins (1934)

Peculiar Penguins is a Silly Symphonies animated Disney short film. It was released in 1934.

Over the Counter (1932)

The wild son of a store owner tries to impress his father by making radical changes.

God Forgives... I Don't! (1967)

God Forgives... I Don't! (Italian: Dio perdona... io no!) is a 1967 Spaghetti Western film directed and written by Giuseppe Colizzi. The film is the first in a trilogy followed by Ace High and ended with Boot Hill.

The Nightless City (2014)

A woman finds herself completely unable to sleep after the Fukushima incident.

The Lessee (2016)

Life gets complicated for a young married couple when they acquire two roommates.

Benjamin Troubles (2017)

A pair of magic jeans that produce a $100 dollar bill every hour fall into Ben's life and nothing goes as planned.

407 Dark Flight 3D (2012)

Dark Flight is a 2012 Thai horror film. The film was directed by Issara Nadee. It shows the journey of a passenger plane haunted by ghosts that gradually trick the passengers into going insane and killing each other.

Lamb (2015)

Lamb is a 2015 Ethiopian drama film directed by Yared Zeleke. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. It was the first Ethiopian film to be included in the Official Selection. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. The film was selected as the Ethiopian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards but it was not nominated.

The Swedish Theory of Love (2015)

The Swedish Theory of Love is a 2016 Swedish documentary film directed by Erik Gandini. The documentary offers a critical look into the ideas and practice of "state individualism". Most benefits of the welfare state are in Sweden connected with the individual and seeks to promote their individual autonomy, whereas in other countries the institutions of the welfare state are more focused on households. In Swedish this ideology is called statist individualism. The film examines at how this has affected Swedish society since the 1960s. The movie has been reviewed as "with great rhythm and without losing the audience along the way, Gandini shows us the other, darker side of progress, riches and independence." Another reviewer said that "It doesn’t really add up to much of an argument, jollied along as it is by stylised editing and jaunty ironic music."

Tarzan 2: The Legend Begins (2005)

Tarzan II (also known as Tarzan II: The Legend Begins) is a 2005 direct-to-video animated film, a followup to the 1999 Walt Disney Feature Animation film Tarzan. It was released on June 14, 2005 on DVD and VHS. The film tells the story of young Tarzan's adventure to discover who he really is. Glenn Close and Lance Henriksen reprise their roles as Kala and Kerchak from the first film, while Harrison Chad, Brenda Grate, and Harrison Fahn are the new voices for the younger versions of Tarzan, Terk, and Tantor. They are joined by new characters voiced by George Carlin, Estelle Harris, Brad Garrett, and Ron Perlman.

La Dream Team (2016)

When a fit of anger leads to a serious injury, a sidelined soccer star returns to his hometown and reluctantly agrees to train the local youth.

Crossed The Line (2014)

A young woman refuses to bow down to the local criminal kingpin who wants to take control of her late mother's flower shop in order to run drugs. However, when he crosses the line, she and her siblings seek revenge.

Chapo: el escape del siglo (2016)

Mexican kingpin Joaquín Guzman Loera's escape from prison.

Portrait of a Garden (2015)

At a centuries-old Dutch estate, an 85-year-old pruning master and the estate's gardener work on cultivating crops.

The Remake (2016)

Veteran actors Sheridan O'Connor and Riccardo Rossi are reunited to remake a film they shot together in the 1970s, but their constant sparring turns director Frank Zelski into a reluctant referee. Sheridan and Riccardo are in for a surprise when they begin to relive the past through their characters' eyes. And on Larry King's TV talk show, they come face to face -- in front of a live studio audience -- with what fate has in store for them.

A Billion Lives (2016)

A Billion Lives is a 2016 documentary film directed and narrated by Aaron Biebert. The film stars "Winston Man" David Goerlitz, former president of the World Medical Association Dr. Delon Human, and former executive director at the World Health Organization Dr. Derek Yach. The United Nations’ World Health Organization projects that a billion people will die prematurely from smoking this century. In the next 20 years, there will be nearly 1.6 billion smokers around the world. A Billion Lives takes a critical look at the history of smoking and the corruption that has led to the current situation where safer, healthier alternatives are banned or heavily restricted in most countries, while the cigarette trade is continually protected. The film examines major conflicts of interest and corruption between governments, big pharmaceutical companies, and public health officials. It also takes a look at the history of e-cigarettes, as well as the role vapor technology and Swedish Snus has played in the current health crisis.

The Dinner (2017)

The Dinner is an American drama thriller film directed and written by Oren Moverman, based on the Dutch novel of same name by Herman Koch. The film stars Richard Gere, Steve Coogan, Laura Linney, Rebecca Hall, Chloë Sevigny, and Charlie Plummer. The film will have its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival on February 10, 2017. The film is scheduled to be released on May 5, 2017, by The Orchard.

Hunter Gatherer (2016)

When a middle-aged African-American man is released from prison, all the people that he expected to return to his life don’t. He befriends a young social outcast and tries to put his life back together, but soon falls back into old ways.

The Lost City of Z (2017)

Based on author David Grann’s nonfiction bestseller, The Lost City of Z tells the incredible true story of British explorer Percy Fawcett, who journeys into the Amazon at the dawn of the 20th century and discovers evidence of a previously unknown, advanced civilization that may have once inhabited the region. Despite being ridiculed by the scientific establishment who regard indigenous populations as “savages,” the determined Fawcett – supported by his devoted wife (Sienna Miller), son (Tom Holland) and aide de camp (Robert Pattinson) – returns time and again to his beloved jungle in an attempt to prove his case, culminating in his mysterious disappearance in 1925. An epically-scaled tale of courage and obsession, told in Gray’s classic filmmaking style, The Lost City of Z is a stirring tribute to the exploratory spirit and those individuals driven to achieve greatness at any cost.

Blue Highway (2014)

A couple visit filming locations from movies they love during a cross-country road trip.

Being George Clooney (2016)

The film shows the problems, the processes and the personalities that turn a hit into an international blockbuster.

Morality (2016)

In 1976, Richard Damico is unable to separate himself from his father's legacy as Wabash County sheriff. Infamous for shooting his predecessor 20 years earlier, Joe Damico, now retired from law enforcement, is the elected mayor of Wabash City. Tension increases when the father and son's political positions collide, and their differences must be set aside during this bicentennial summer when the bodies of two small children are found slain just outside of the city limits.

Blazing Samurai (2021)

Blazing Samurai is an upcoming American computer-animated action comedy film directed by Chris Bailey and written by Ed Stone and Nate Hopper. The film stars Michael Cera, Samuel L. Jackson, Michelle Yeoh, Ricky Gervais, Mel Brooks, and George Takei. The film will be released by Open Road Films in the US and Canada, Huayi Brothers International in China, and Sony Pictures in Latin America.

Theater of Life (2016)

Theater of Life is a 2016 Canadian feature-length documentary film written and directed by Peter Svatek about a gourmet soup kitchen created by Italian chef Massimo Bottura and 60 international colleagues such as Mario Batali, Rene Redzepi and Alain Ducasse, using food waste from Expo 2015 in Milan. Situated in an abandoned theatre, the soup kitchen was named the "Refettorio Ambrosiano" by Bottura. The film also addresses the issue of food waste and the 1.3 billion tons of food thrown away annually around the world—one-third of all food produced.

Sickhouse (2016)

Sickhouse is a 2016 thriller that was written and directed by Hannah Macpherson and starring YouTube personality Andrea Russett. The film was initially released between April 29 and May 3, 2016 on the instant image messaging mobile app Snapchat via Russett's account in one to ten second increments in the mobile 9:16 vertical orientation. On June 1, 2016 the film's production company, Indigenous Media, released a 68-minute full length version was released to VOD. This version of Sickhouse utilized the clips released to Snapchat, which made up the bulk of the film, as well as new, additional material. The film's plot centers around Russett, who ventures to a supposedly haunted cabin named "Sickhouse" with her fictitious cousin, and two social media addicts, in an attempt to investigate its lore. The actors for Sickhouse improvised most of their dialogue as the movie was filmed in real-time on Snapchat. Since the movie's release Sickhouse has been compared to the 2014 horror movie Unfriended, for its usage of social media as a storytelling technique, and the 1999 film The Blair Witch Project, for its similar premise. Due to the film's popularity online, a sequel to the film was greenlit in July 2016.

Fields Afire (2016)

After surviving a meteorite impact, some misfit kids believe that they have acquired super powers.

USS Indianapolis: The Legacy (2015)

The mission and fate of the heavy cruiser USS Indianapolis is told through first-person accounts.

Lock (2016)

A struggling screenwriter loses a script in the back of a rickshaw and recovering it will not be easy.

Monumental (2016)

Two men embark on a journey across the country to honor one's mother by spreading her ashes at monuments she always dreamed of visiting.

Te Ata (2017)

Te Ata (TAY’ AH-TAH) is based on the inspiring, true story of Mary Thompson Fisher, a woman who traversed cultural barriers to become one of the greatest Native American performers of all time. Born in Indian Territory, and raised on the songs and stories of her Chickasaw culture, Te Ata’s journey to find her true calling led her through isolation, discovery, love and a stage career that culminated in performances for a United States president, European royalty and audiences across the world. Yet of all the stories she shared, none are more inspiring than her own.

Neither Wolf Nor Dog (2016)

NEITHER WOLF NOR DOG takes audiences on a deeply moving road trip through contemporary Lakota life. Its humor is wry and pulls no punches, introducing deep characters and poignant vignettes that challenge the viewer to see the world differently.

The Place We Go to Hide (2014)

Unaware that they continually fall for each other in their sleep, two sleepwalkers (Tom Ellis, Daisy Lowe) check into the same hotel.

Ditch Party (2017)

Students are sent anonymous invitations to a ditch party in the basement of their high school, only to find themselves trapped there when a rogue student, seeking revenge for years of torment, turns the entire campus into a free-fire zone.

The Third Party (2016)

The Third Party is a 2016 Filipino romantic comedy drama film starring Angel Locsin, Sam Milby and Zanjoe Marudo. It is directed by Jason Paul Laxamana from a screenplay written by Charlene Sawit-Esguerra and Patrick John Valencia.

Pulimurugan (2016)

Pulimurugan is a 2016 Indian Malayalam-language action film directed by Vysakh and starring Mohanlal in the title role. It was produced by Tomichan Mulakuppadam through Mulakuppadam Films and was written by Udayakrishna—half of the duo Udayakrishna and Sibi K. Thomas—in his first independent screenplay. The film also stars Kamalinee Mukherjee, Jagapati Babu, Lal, Vinu Mohan, and Bala. The film score and soundtrack were composed by Gopi Sundar, while cinematography was handled by Shaji Kumar and edited by Johnkutty.

Feast of the Body (2016)

A mysterious man stops a global storm with a swipe of his hand, leaving humanity to consider the source of his seemingly divine power.

Fiela se Kind (1988)

A black woman in South Africa finds a white infant on her doorstep and raises him as her own.

Hotel Dallas (2016)

After communism falls in Romania, Ilie builds the Hotel Dallas, a replica of the show's mansion. Livia, a filmmaker, recruits Patrick Duffy to star in a bizarre Romanian version of Dallas, haunted by the ghosts of the country's past.

Starfish (2016)

Starfish is a 2016 British drama film written and directed by Bill Clark and starring Tom Riley and Joanne Froggatt. The film, based on a true story, follows a family who are thrown into turmoil when the husband contracts sepsis, a brutally damaging illness. Principal photography began on 4 December 2015 in Rutland. It was theatrically released in the United Kingdom on 28 October 2016.

Fireman Sam: Alien Alert! The Movie (2016)

Fireman Sam: Alien Alert introduces a new location and characters in a storyline full of twists and turns. The high drama special sees the town of Pontypandy getting a little over-excited at the arrival of David Tennant’s character and the prospect of featuring on his ‘Alien Quest’ show. With UFO sightings and mild peril on the increase, Fireman Sam is determined to get to the bottom of the mysterious events.

Eat (2001)

Shenanigans at a fancy restaurant.

Accel World: Infinite Burst (2016)

Accel World: Infinite Burst is a 2016 Japanese animated science fiction action film based on the Accel World light novel series written by Reki Kawahara and illustrated by HiMA. It was produced by Sunrise, directed by Masakazu Obara and co-written by Kawahara, featuring character designs by Yukiko Aikei. It premiered in Japan on July 23, 2016. The events of the film take place after the final episode of the series.

CRD (2017)

CRD is a 2016 drama-romance Indian film by National Award Winning Director Kranti Kanade written with Yuva Sahitya Akademi Award Winning Dramatist Dharmakirti Sumant. Set in the world of College Theatre, it probes fascism and fierce competition in arts.

Anima (2013)

In the wake of a devastating accident, a rogue scientist struggles to keep his wife alive inside a computer system.

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About Christmas! (2012)

The Cat in the Hat (Martin Short), Sally (Alexa Torrington), Nick (Jacob Ewaniuk) and Fish (Robert Tinkler) help a baby reindeer find its way home in time for Christmas.

A Dream of Christmas (2016)

An ambitious married woman gets more than she bargained for when her wish to be single again is granted. She awakens to discover she's got everything she's ever wanted, except her husband. She resolves to find him a second time.

Kaashmora (2016)

Kaashmora is a 2016 Indian Tamil-language supernatural action comedy film written and directed by Gokul. It features Karthi in dual roles for the second time after Siruthai as the protagonist and antagonist respectively alongside Nayantara and Sri Divya in the lead roles. The film opened to mixed reviews but made good opening at box office and declared as sleeper hit Santhosh Narayanan composed the film's score and soundtrack. The film was released worldwide on 28 October 2016.

A White House Christmas: First Families Remember (2012)

A Capitol Fourth (2015)

The Young (2011)

The Death of J.P. Cuenca (2015)

A Very Grammy Christmas (2014)

Race to the Bottom of the Earth (2010)

Shulie (1997)