Trapper Jake (2013)

The life of a 98-year-old trapper of renown, Jake Korell.

17 Seconds (2013)

Blackhawks players and staff celebrate their Stanley Cup win.

Crashin' Through Danger (1938)

Three high-voltage linemen brave the elements and woo their late boss's daughter (Sally Blane).

Seeds of Destiny (1946)

Postwar propaganda film supporting the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration.

Other Side of Love (1991)

As a framed-for-drugs single mother (Cheryl Ladd) suffers in prison, her three children suffer with her sister (Jean Smart).

Venice (2014)

Three friends working in a hairdressing salon in Havana spend a night on the town.

Jack Reed: A Killer Amongst Us (1996)

After a Chicago detective dies protecting a woman, his partner steps in to shelter her from assassins.

Lost in Silver Canyon (1990)

Separated from their parents, two lost children explore their mysterious surroundings.

Dim Sum: A Little Bit of Heart (1985)

Geraldine Tam (Laureen Chew) is the only one of her siblings to still live at home. Her mother (Kim Chew) -- who, after visiting a fortuneteller, is convinced she will die within the year -- would like nothing more than to see her daughter married. But though Geraldine has a boyfriend, she is reluctant to accept his proposal of marriage because she feels guilty about leaving her traditional Chinese mother alone. Despite their feuding, Geraldine and her mother become ever closer.

His and Hers (1961)

Reggie finds inspiration in the adventures of Charles Lunton, even though most of them are embellished or entirely fictitious.

The Lost Son of Havana (2009)

After 46 years in exile, former major league baseball star Luis Tiant returns to Cuba to confront old demons.

Something Different (1963)

A woman becomes frustrated with her indifferent husband, and a female gymnast near retirement faces pressure from her trainer.

The Twonky (1953)

Kerry West (Hans Conried), a philosophy teacher at a university, acquires a new television. His wife, Carolyn (Janet Warren), goes on a trip, so he tests it out alone, only to discover that it has unexpected powers. The television, nicknamed "Twonky," is capable of performing an array of tasks -- from vacuuming to producing money -- but is equally adept at mind control and physical violence. Despite efforts from the police and the football team, Twonky begins to take over.

Collapse (2011)

A small-town farmer tries to protect and provide for his family during a zombie outbreak without turning into a monster himself.

She Asked for It (1937)

A popular writer imitates his fictional detective hero to find out who pushed an old man off a balcony.

Requiem For A Running Back (2017)

Filmmaker Rebecca Carpenter explores the far-reaching implications of chronic traumatic encephalopathy in football players.

Orderers (1974)

In 1970, Quebec falls under martial law after two high-ranking government officials are kidnapped by a separatist group. This docudrama follows five people captured during the event, known as the October Crisis. When a cab driver (Jean Lapointe), his wife (Hélène Loiselle) and three others get caught up in the mayhem, they are taken into custody without explanation. The group is held against their will in a prison and endure a variety of dehumanizing experiences at the hands of the guards.

Breakfast at Ina's (2015)

The life and history of Ina Pinkney.

Tom Little and the Magic Mirror (2014)

A small peasant goes on an adventure to lift his family out of poverty.

The Tong Man (1919)

The Chinese Mafia plans the murder of an opium smuggler.

How Much Further (2006)

Two travelers re-evaluate their lives after meeting many interesting people while hitchhiking.

Saint Seiya Gekijôban (1987)

Eris, the goddess of chaos, uses Elien to revive herself. After she obtains the golden apple, she drains Athena's energy to turn the world into a chaotic place.

Cruel Jaws (1995)

A crooked landowner organizes a hunt for a man-eating tiger shark terrorizing a resort town.

The Man from Thunder River (1943)

A cowboy (Wild Bill Elliott) guards gold ore and a girl (Anne Jeffreys) from outlaws.

Somewhere In The City (1998)

A gangly therapist (Sandra Bernhard) anchors the assorted residents (Ornella Muti, Robert John Burke) of a brownstone in New York City's Lower East Side.

Tabloid (2001)

A slimy TV host (Matthew Rhys) who makes a living by embarrassing celebrities is tricked into revealing some dark secrets of his own.

Poor Little Rich Girl (1936)

A rich entrepreneur is emotionally distant from his daughter, Barbara (Shirley Temple), after his wife's death. Feeling unloved, Barbara turns to her nanny for support. But when Barbara becomes lost in the city, she decides to abandon her home altogether and joins a pair of radio entertainers (Alice Faye, Jack Haley), who delight in the young girl's vocal talents. After impressing their producer (Gloria Stuart), the trio take their new act to the airwaves -- but what of Barbara's father?

Talking to Strangers (1988)

Nine segments on life in Baltimore.

A Fine Day (2001)

An aspiring actress spends the evening with a male friend.

Opened by Mistake (1940)

A wise-guy reporter and a tippling sportswriter acquire an unclaimed trunk with a corpse inside.

Spirits' Homecoming (2016)

After the Japanese kidnap two Korean teenagers and take them to a comfort station to join other girls who are serving as sex slaves, only one of them survives. Decades later, the elderly woman tries to reunite with her friend's spirit.

Unmarried (1939)

A washed-up boxer and a sassy nightclub operator move to a small town and take over a house complete with orphan.

The Union: The Business Behind Getting High (2007)

Filmmaker Brett Harvey examines the profitable marijuana trade between British Columbia and the United States.

Texas Trouble Shooters (1942)

The Ranger Busters -- a trio of law-enforcing cowboys consisting of Crash (Ray Corrigan), Dusty (John King) and Alibi (Max Terhune) -- encounter a man who has been ambushed and left for dead while traveling to a ranch he has inherited. While the injured heir recuperates, the Ranger Busters ride over to the ranch to investigate. They uncover a plot concocted by Roger Denby (Glen Strange), a lawyer who wants to get his greedy hands on the oil the ranch is sitting on top of.

Billy Mize and the Bakersfield Sound (2014)

Filmmaker William J. Saunders traces the life story of Billy Mize, from his triumphs through his tragedies.

Incident in a Small Town (1994)

In this made-for-TV movie, attorney Harmon Cobb (Walter Matthau) comes to the aid of his old friend Judge Bell (Harry Morgan) in a small Illinois town. It seems the judge is accused of killing the biological father of his grandson. As the crime is laid out in the courtroom, it pulls back the curtain on disturbing family secrets involving Bell's daughter, Lily (Stephanie Zimbalist). But as the jigsaw puzzle of painful facts is assembled, it might just get the judge off the hook.

The Byrd Who Flew Alone: The Triumphs and Tragedy of Gene Clark (2013)

The life and work of Gene Clark, a co-founder of The Byrds.

Game Face (2015)

LGBTQ athletes seek acceptance in society.

Alex and Ali (2014)

Alex, a gay American Peace Corp volunteer, moves to Iran in 1968 and falls in love with Ali. Prior to the revolution, Alex is forced to leave the country and Ali behind until they reunite in Turkey 35 years later.

Captain Blood (1924)

A former slave in Barbados escapes his captors and becomes a ruthless pirate.

The Limited Mail (1925)

A railroad engineer has assorted adventures.

Drinking Games (2012)

Five friends become trapped in their dorm by a blizzard with a psychopath who begins manipulating them into killing each other.

The Road Home (2010)

Pico grapples with his identity when he escapes from a Himalayan boarding school and searches for a road back to England.

She Married an Artist (1937)

An in-demand artist is married to an arbiter of Paris fashion, but love for his model makes him almost miss a deadline.

The Red Raiders (1927)

An Army lieutenant tames a wild horse and deals with a hostile Sioux chief.

House of Mortal Sin (1976)

No one suspects kindly Father Meldrum for the bizarre murders that have been going on -- but Jenny knows.

Penrod and His Twin Brother (1938)

A dog owned by newcomer Danny (Bobby Mauch) bites a boy named Rodney (Jackie Morrow), but the pup owned by another youngster, Penrod (Billy Mauch), is about to take the heat. Unbeknownst to his parents (Frank Craven, Spring Byington), Penrod and his pals are bent on exonerating his dog. To buy time, they dispatch Rodney on an errand. As Penrod and Danny discover that their uncanny resemblance caused the canine confusion, Rodney is kidnapped, and now the boys must rescue him.

Burn 'Em Up O'Connor (1939)

Jerry O'Connor (Dennis O'Keefe) is a tractor operator who would rather be a race-car driver; Buddy Buttle (Nat Pendleton) is his backwoods friend. Race-car magnate Pinky Delano (Harry Carey), obsessed with breaking speed records, sees O'Connor in a small-time auto race, hires him to be one of his racers and hires Buddy to be a mechanic. But, after several of Delano's drivers die in freak accidents, O'Connor suspects foul play and fears that he may be next.

The Lost Garden: The Life and Cinema of Alice Guy-Blache (1995)

In this documentary, filmmaker Marquise Lepage explores the achievements of Alice Guy-Blache, a pioneering female filmmaker whose name and significant contributions to her medium of choice are all but unknown outside the circles of certain cinema historians. Using new conversations with film experts and archival footage of the director herself, Lepage charts the growth of Guy-Blache's career, which began in France, led her to America and spanned a quarter of a century and more than 700 films.

Boys Are Us (2012)

After someone breaks her heart, Mia devises a plot with her sister to meet a man on a dating website. They plan for him to fall in love with Mia, then be dumped to experience the same painful emotions that Mia had to endure.

Underground (1991)

A teacher (Paulina Glvez) renews her relationship with a former boyfriend (Francisco Reyes), a coal miner who risks his life under dangerous conditions.

Hidden Agenda (2015)

Detective Matthews leaves the confines of his precinct to track down a sadistic serial killer.

Hidden Fear (1957)

A U.S. lawman (John Payne) busts Copenhagen counterfeiters to help his sister, falsely accused of murder.

History of Christian Worship: Part 1, The Word (2010)

Part 1, The Word explores how the written and spoken word consisting of scriptures, sermons and creeds have remembered and celebrated God's story throughout centuries of Christianity.

Hold Me Tight, Let Me Go (2008)

This British documentary goes inside Mulberry Bush School, which is home to some 40 children with various types of behavioral disorders. For these kids, many of whom have suffered emotional trauma and all of whom have been dropped from the public school system, Mulberry Bush is a last option. Following five students over the course of a year, the film explores how the patience and determination of a small group of instructors can transform even the most damaged child.

Hunger (2015)

Hunger is a dark, Noirish thriller about apathy and desire. Stranded for the night in a foreign city, Saul retreats into its labyrinthine backstreets, where a chance encounter with a mysterious and seductive woman seems to offer an escape... but the woman, it seems, has quite different plans for him.

Identity Unknown (1945)

An amnesiac World War II veteran (Richard Arlen) crosses the country meeting people, in search of his identity.

Idiot Box (1996)

Kev (Ben Mendelsohn) and Mick (Jeremy Sims) are bored, reckless young men living in Australian suburbia. They spend their days drinking, with Mick trying to hit on liquor store cashier Lani (Robyn Loau) and Kev mistreating his girlfriend. They decide to pull a bank heist, but as they plan, a more professional ring of crooks knocks off their intended target. Unfortunately, Mick and Kev arrive at the scene just in time to run into detectives Eric (Graeme Blundell) and Leanne (Deborah Kennedy).

The Dead Inside (2013)

Survivors of a global pandemic barricade themselves against a horde of flesh-eating zombies.

It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown (1992)

The Peanuts gang prepares for the holidays in their own unique ways.

Jane B. Par Agnes V. (1988)

Angès Varda (CLEO FROM 5 TO 7) paints a portrait of a woman (Jane Birkin), this time in a marvelously Expressionistic way. JANE B. abandons the bio-pic format, favoring instead a freewheeling mix of gorgeous fantasy sequences.

Je'Caryous Johnson's Marriage Material (2013)

Bishop Luther Lance Love Jones and his wife, Beulah Mae have made a business of saving relationships on the brink of disaster. But when three couples show up for their latest marriage retreat, the issues destroying their relationships may be more than even they can fix.

Juliette (2014)

The unexpected meeting between an hung up lawyer and a burlesque performer.

Kill The Artist (2007)

Kill The Artist is a documentary about artists who got into trouble with the law because of their art-works.

Kim Jong Un: The Unauthorized Biography (2015)

He is the living God of the 9th nuclear power of the world, raised in secrecy to take over the commands of the North Korean regime. Investigators travel to Switzerland, the USA and Asia to find those who really know Kim and try to profile the new leader.

Larry the Cable Guy: Git-R-Done (2004)

Daniel Whitney is a comedian that struggled to find an audience until he reinvented himself as Larry the Cable Guy. He is now one of the most recognized and successful stand up talents in the entire world. Originally one of the headliners of the Blue Collar Comedy tour, he chose to strike out on his own with a solo stand up effort. In Larry The Cable Guy: Git R Done the talented comedic character performs all of his signature stand up bits. He reads letters from toddlers and sums up his humorous stories with his signature punch line "Git R Done"!

Left for Dead (2014)

Four tough women from the streets of New Mexico take on the hit men who killed their little sister.

Lena's Complicated Machine (2015)

Death is Relative.

Let The Bullets Fly (2010)

A hoodlum (Chow Yun-Fat) feels threatened by his town's new governor (Wen Jiang), who is really a bandit in disguise.

Life After Death From Above 1979 (2014)

Five years after a bitter split, Canadian musicians Jesse Keeler and Sebastien Grainger reunite their band Death From Above 1979 for one show at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival.

Life After Django Reinhardt (2011)

Life After Django Reinhardt is an American documentary film. The film centers around Django Reinhardt, who was born in 1910 and raised by gypsy parents. Reinhardt is considered to be one of the most important jazz guitarists of all time. This documentary honors what would be his 100th birthday by following 100 of his followers, including his grandson David Reinhardt, as they travel and play a Centennial Tour honoring him. The film interviews several jazz guitarists who were influenced by Reinhardt's music and captures them as they prepare for the Centennial Tour.

Raffi in Concert with the Rise and Shine Band (1988)

A rousing, hand-clapping concert featuring Raffi at his warm-hearted best.

Random 11 (2015)

On one day in February 1966, a series of brutal murders occur in Tokyo. RANDOM 11 follows the decade-long efforts of a detective, to track down the culprits (or single culprit) of these horrible acts as bodies pile up and the truth grows blurred.

Rapture (2012)

After an apocalyptic event, a group has to make a perilous journey to safety.

Reflections of Evil (2002)

Julie, who died of a PCP overdose as a teen in the early '70s, searches from beyond the ethers for her little brother, Bob, an obese watch seller, who is dying of sucrose intolerance, in the early 90s. Damon Packard's epic cult classic horror film is a masterpiece of modern cinema.

Report 51 (2013)

Four friends venture into the woods after a disturbing sighting. Soon, they're set up on a weekend from hell, and they may not make it to Monday alive.

Reverse Runner (2013)

A teenager pursues his childhood dream of becoming the best at reverse running.

Rick Wakeman - The Six Wives Of Henry VIII (2009)

This spectacular 94-minute concert was recorded live with the Melbourne Philharmonic Orchestra in 1975, at the Sydney Myer Concert Bowl in Melbourne Australia to a 30,000 audience

Running Wild (2015)

Longtime friends (Zo Worth, Alden Ehrenreich) work the sexual tension between them by taking a bizarre road trip.

Sarah McLachlan: Mirrorball (1999)

Mirrorball captures Sarah McLachlan at the height of her powers, with arresting performances from her Surfacing Tour of 1997-1998. This set includes her hit rendition of I Will Remember You plus Adia, Building A Mystery, Possession and more.

Seeking Wellness: Suffering Through Four Movements (2008)

SEEKING WELLNESS is a multi-award winning feature length conceptual video narrative. SEEKING WELLNESS is comprised of a series of four vignettes exploring ideas related to victimization, recovery and empathy. SEEKING WELLNESS had its world premiere at The Filmstock International Film Festival in England and went on to win The Special Jury prize at MUFF.

Sex.Violence.FamilyValues. (2013)

Sex. Violence. Family Values. is a film from Singapore that blends the elements of drama and comedy. This film features three stories that blend together with common elements- sex, violence, and family values. A porn actor making his first film is having a struggle rising to the occasion. A principal for a kindergarten school finds a disturbing drawing done by a quiet student. A middle-aged nightclub owner is struggling with one of his employees- a young, rebellious teenage stripper. This film tells the dirty stories out of the world's cleanest city.

Shane MacGowan & The Popes: Live at Montreux 1995 (2004)

UK reissue of the former Pogues vocalist/ leader's 1995 solo debut, deleted in the U

She Always Gets Their Man (1962)

A group of young women takes revenge on a seductive gold digger by hiring an actor to play a wealthy bachelor.

Pals of the Pecos (1941)

The Three Mesquiteers (Robert Livingston, Bob Steele, Rufe Davis) help a stagecoach line under attack.

Parallax (2014)

A man tries to create an alternate to the Internet in 1987.

Parasol (2015)

An animated tale about dancing, bicycles, and speed.

Good Evening New York City (2009)

Paul McCartney's historic three-night christening of New York's Citi Field in July of 2009 has been unanimously hailed by critics and audiences alike as the concert experience of a lifetime

Pink Floyd: The Story of Wish You Were Here (2012)

"Wish You Were Here", released in September 1975, was the follow up album to the globally successful "The Dark Side Of The Moon" and is cited by many fans, as well as band members Richard Wright and David Gilmour, as their favorite Pink Floyd album

Queen On Fire - Live At The Bowl (2004)

In June of 1982, Queen was at the height of its powers as one of Britain's best rock bands when the played a concert at the MK Bowl in Milton Keynes, not far from London

A Hare over the Abyss (2006)

In the seventy-first year of the last century two bureaucrats lived in Moldova: the First and Second Secretary of the Communist Party. The Second Secretary was more important than the First, since he befriended the Tsar of the whole Soviet Union - Leonid Brezhnev. The Moldovan Republic prepares for a visit from Brezhnev when Lautar finally asks the gypsy Baron for his daughters hand in marriage.

New Town Original (2005)

A man looking for a better life finds things getting even worse when he meets in a girl.

Whale (2010)

A 29-year-old Iranian-American writer moves back into his mother's Orange County home to nurse a broken heart and recapture his creativity.

Superbug: Super Agent (1976)

Villains are surprised by a brainy Volkswagen Beetle engaged in espionage.

Broadway Gondolier (1935)

A singing cabby (Dick Powell) poses as a gondolier for a cheese company, then goes to Venice and becomes one.

The Last Train (2002)

South American train buffs steal a vintage locomotive to prevent its shipment to Hollywood.

Ghost of Zorro (1949)

The masked avenger (Clayton Moore) thwarts telegraph-line saboteurs.

Barko (2010)

An unloved and abused dog establishes itself as the unwilling clown of a circus run by poodles.

Saathi (1968)

A doctor returns to India and starts working as chief surgeon at a hospital. He marries a nurse who works with him and starts his research on cancer treatment.

Four Women (1975)

Four tales revolve around a prostitute, a virgin (Geethu Mohandas), a housewife (Manju Pillai) and an engaged woman (Nandita Das).