Chanel Solitaire (1981)
Fashion designer Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel (Marie-France Pisier) loves a coal merchant (Timothy Dalton), dates lesbians and rises to prominence in early 1900s France.
Director Jean-Luc Godard's avant-garde drama/comedy follows Emile Chenal (Claude Brasseur) and his wife, Franoise (Nathalie Baye), as they lean on boxing manager Jim Fox Warner (Johnny Hallyday) to cough up the considerable sum of money that he owes them, with both the police and the mob circling the situation. In the same hotel, Inspector Neveu (Jean-Pierre Laud) looks into a murder that took place years before, and his storyline overlaps with the arc of the Chenals.
Three people (Beba Ebner, Florian Sonnefeld, Eralp Uzun) cope with repressed sexuality and a simmering love triangle in a Berlin ghetto.
Road Agent (1952)
A cowboy (Tim Holt) and his Mexican-Irish sidekick (Richard Martin) free ranchers from a cattle-trail toll.
Wilson, a police officer in Sanandresito, wants a promotion and a better life, but is unwilling to do anything to earn it.
Change of Mind (1969)
A man (Raymond St. Jacques) resumes the career of a district attorney whose brain he has received in a transplant.
The Happy Guys (1934)
A man is mistaken for a concert star and uses his fame to woo a woman.
Mutiny in the South Seas (1965)
Three men fight to protect their idyllic tropical paradise from the threat of invading buccaneers.
Torpedo Boat (1942)
The brave crews of the small but deadly PT boats embark on perilous wartime adventures.
Apocalypse 2012: The World After Time Ends (2011)
Filmmaker Bruce Weaver investigates spiritual and mythic rituals to correct the Earth's course.
Sam's Son (1984)
A 1950s father (Eli Wallach) stands by his son (Timothy Patrick Murphy), a javelin thrower with uncommonly long hair.
Colossus and the Amazon Queen (1960)
Wealthy tradesmen hire two Trojan War veterans to guard the cargo of a ship headed to a secret destination.
Monsters of the Deep (1931)
An international crew of sailors encounters fearsome creatures of the sea, including whales, sharks, stingrays, and one whopper of a devilfish.
The Fortyniners (1954)
A U.S. marshal (Wild Bill Elliott) roams gold camps as a gunman to find a gambler (Henry Morgan) who knows more about a federal case.
Drop Dead Rock (1999)
Upstart rockers seeking a producer kidnap an aging, loutish, heavy-metal icon (Ian Maynard), but his wife and manager (Adam Ant) don't want him back.
My Father Is a Cleaning Lady (2011)
Michel (Franois Cluzet) occasionally takes his teenage son Polo (Jrmie Duvall) with him to clean offices but Polo prefers to hang out with his friends.
Holocaust 2000 (1978)
A designer (Kirk Douglas) of nuclear-power plants learns his son (Simon Ward) is the Antichrist and a big fan of fission.
The Ice House (1997)
An inspector thinks a corpse found in an abandoned ice house is the missing husband of the estate owner (Penny Downie).
The Two Deaths of Quincas Wateryell (2010)
After a homeless man dies in the slums of Brazil, mourning friends take his body on one last tour of his favorite spots.
On the frontier of India, British Capt. Carruthers (Roger Livesey) learns of an illegal arms transport, which leads to a peace treaty with Tokat leader Mohammed Khan. Khan's son, Prince Azim (Sabu), and their people welcome the British warmly, but Khan's brother, Ghul (Raymond Massey), rejects the treaty in a bid for power. Azim escapes Ghul's assassination attempt by going into hiding with the British, but takes action when Ghul plans a secret and brutal attack on Carruthers and his men.
Married Too Young (1962)
A teenager (Harold Lloyd Jr.) gives up college plans and gets mixed up with car thieves after he and his high-school sweetheart (Jana Lund) elope.
Souls of Zen (2012)
Filmmakers Tim Graf and Jakob Montrasio investigate Japan's tradition of ancestor veneration in the wake of the March 11, 2011, earthquake and tsunami.
The Soul of a Monster (1944)
A sinister woman (Rose Hobart) uses hypnosis to control the thoughts and actions of the doctor (George Macready) who owes her his life.
My Way (1974)
A tragedy causes family members to turn against their father (Joe Stewardson), an Olympic-champion marathoner with a win-at-all-costs mentality.
Perico el de los Palotes (1986)
A star and her lover crash into the car of another couple, they have to get to the nearest hotel and it's a fun adventure.
Four Days (1951)
Upon learning of his wife's marital indiscretions, a man becomes an amnesiac.
Please Murder Me (1955)
A lovesick attorney (Raymond Burr) tries to trap a murder client (Angela Lansbury) he got acquitted by arranging for her to kill him.
Shots Fired (2012)
Two detectives with opposite personalities are forced to become partners and work the biggest case of their careers.
The Wild Soccer Bunch 5 (2008)
Young soccer players face a dangerous opponent, a team of vampires.
The Gun Ranger (1937)
Disgusted with courts who let criminals go free, an Old West lawman (Bob Steele) turns to vigilantism.
Tahiti Nights (1944)
Islanders make arrangements for an American bandleader (Dave O'Brien) to marry a princess (Jinx Falkenburg).
Fatal Assistance (2012)
Filmmaker Raoul Peck looks at failed efforts to rebuild post-earthquake Haiti, including the disclosure that much of the money pledge to Haiti was either never disbursed or was not applied to reconstruction efforts.
Lucky to Be a Woman (1955)
A photographer is forlorn when the model that he helped make famous becomes involved with a wealthy lothario.
This Time for Keeps (1942)
Married man Lee White (Robert Sterling) finds himself in the house alone for a few days after his wife, Katherine (Ann Rutherford), leaves to attend a wedding. But living by himself has its drawbacks, so he decides to visit his wife's family. At first, things are swell, though, when Lee accepts a job offer to work for his bossy father-in-law, Harry Bryant (Guy Kibbee), tensions flare up between the two. But, for the sake of the family, they have to learn to respect each other.
The Legend of Loch Lomond (2001)
Two 18th century lovers are cruelly separated by war, but reunited in the present day by a beautiful young singer who inadvertently becomes entangled in their tale.
The Regeneration (1915)
Orphaned at an early age after the death of his mother, Owen Conway (Johnny McCann) takes to New York City's streets and turns to crime after being exploited and abused by his new guardians. As an adult gang leader, Owen (Rockcliffe Fellowes) saves socialite Marie Deering (Anna Q. Nilsson) and district attorney Ames (Carl Harbaugh) from being attacked by drunk criminals in a seedy bar. Sensing Owen's fundamental decency, Marie tries to persuade him to leave his criminal life behind.
Muerte en la Feria (1962)
A trio of blackmailers is dedicated to rip people off blaming for murders they commit.
Arctic Flight (1952)
A pilot flying a big-game hunter in search of polar bears discovers his passenger is really a Russian agent.
Disobedience: The Sousa Mendes Story (2008)
Aristides de Sousa Mendes, the Portuguese Consul General stationed in Bordeaux, France, during World War II defies orders from his government and issues more than 30,000 visas to people fleeing the Holocaust.
2 Plus 2 (2012)
Richard and Bettina invite Diego and Emilia to join their swinger lifestyle. The invitation awakens dormant desires in Emilia, who insists they should accept the invitation.
C'est la Vie, Mon Cheri (1993)
A gravely ill young woman (Anita Yuen) helps a dejected musician (Ching Wan Lau) regain his sense of self.
El Medio Pelo (1970)
A rancher falls in love with a proud woman, who learns that social discrimination does not lead to happiness.
Pedestrian Safety (1952)
An unlucky pedestrian (Dave O'Brien) encounters dangers on America's roads.
Babe's and Ricky's Inn (2011)
Babe's and Ricky's Inn hosts live blues music for 54 years.
Kill Squad (1981)
Veterans (Jean Glaude, Jeff Risk) regroup to hunt a villain (Cameron Mitchell) moving in on their former commander's business.
The Fist, the Kicks & the Evils (1979)
A martial-arts student (Siu-Lung Leung) seeks revenge for the death of his teacher (Ku Feng).
Dinner With Fred (2011)
Fred Conrad develops a humane way of poultry farming to ease food shortages during World War II.
Los Que Volvieron (1948)
Amazon-jungle crash survivors (Sara Garca, David Silva, Malu Gatica) learn that only some can leave once the plane is fixed.
The Briefcase (2011)
Jason (Kip Pardue) is handcuffed to Dan (Keith Nobbs) and chased through the woods by fellow crooks searching for a prized briefcase that Dan has stolen.
In the Garden of Sounds (2009)
Wolfgang creates a center for severely disabled children after he goes blind.
Chain Gang (1950)
A reporter (Douglas Kennedy) poses as a guard for a chain gang to expose corruption.
The Clean Bin Project (2010)
A couple tries to lead a waste-free life.
A dissatisfied man sees a chance to improve his lot in life when he meets an alluring photographer.
Frontera Norte (1953)
The leader of a criminal gang gets into love conflicts, when he cheats on her lover with another woman.
Black Eyed Dog (1999)
Paul dreams of a big music career, but his gangster brother's past holds him back, until Paul agrees to do the sibling a favor in order to earn money to make a much-needed demo tape.
The Super (2010)
George begins to descend into a depraved world due to the tenants of his building.
Lilly the Witch: The Dragon and the Magic Book (2009)
A young girl (Alina Freund) encounters a book of spells and a talking dragon (Michael Mittermeier).
An illegitimate son's quest for love and respect brings him in contact with his biological father.
Paper Castles (2009)
In 1980s Madrid, a female art-school student (Adriana Ugarte) and two male classmates (Nilo Mur, Biel Durn) engage in group sex.
The Man From Beijing, Part 1 (2011)
The judge in the small town of Hudiksvall, Sweden, is stunned when 18 people -- among them, her grandparents -- are killed in one night. She starts investigating when she realizes that police are on the wrong track.
Sister Smile (2009)
A biography of Belgian nun and singer Jeannine Deckers reveals her declaration of being gay.
All's Well Ends Well '97 (1997)
The youngest of the three Shang brothers falls for a well-executed prank when his siblings convince him that he has won the lottery.
A police officer has two sons - one who follows in his footsteps, the other who leads a life of crime.
The Day of the Cat (2010)
A statesman must overcome plots and intrigue during his last two days in office.
A Perfect Match (2007)
A retired widower (Jan Decleir) uses the Internet to search for a new wife.
Big Business (1929)
Ollie and Stan fight with a homeowner while selling Christmas trees.
American Mystic (2010)
Three members of a fringe religious group separate themselves from mainstream America.
White of Winter (2003)
A troubled woman tracks down her former high-school sweetheart and convinces him to return to Montana with her and search for a child they may have had.
In this adventure documentary, filmmaker Lewis Cotlow takes a crew of cameramen to Africa where they experience the thrills and dangers of safari. Cotlow spends time with hunter Carl Hartley, who catches exotic animals for zoos around the world. Hartley shows the skill and patience required to capture wild species such as zebras, leopards, pythons and lions. Additionally, Cotlow and his crew frequently work closely with African tribesmen and other native peoples to film the elusive animals.
Adalen 31 (1969)
Kjell (Peter Schildt) works at a lumber mill in the town of dalen, Sweden. It's a sleepy, uneventful place until a strike is instated. Strike-breakers brought in from out of town are attacked by the local workers. The military is called in, and the strikers decide to stage a peaceful protest. But when troops open fire on the unarmed civilians, it sets off a string of events that will eventually lead to the overthrow of Sweden's Conservative government.
The Cure (1917)
An alcoholic throws a health spa into chaos.
Ghost Ship (1992)
Seven kids find a treasure map and turn their field trip into a treasure hunt.
All's Well Ends Well 2009 (2009)
A high-powered businesswoman with a shrill personality has little chance of finding a husband.
Moon Point (2011)
Darryl travels hundreds of miles in a wagon hooked to the back of his friend's electric wheelchair to find his childhood crush.
Breaking and Entering (2010)
Filmmaker Benjamin Fingerhut delves into what motivates people to try to break Guinness world records, especially unusual ones.
Snow White (2012)
Rescued from her evil stepmother (Maribel Verd) by dwarves, a young woman (Macarena Garca) becomes a bullfighter like her late father.
The Gold Diggers (1983)
An exploration into the relationship between gold, money and celebrity.
The Deep (2012)
The sole survivor of a tragic shipwreck tries to survive in the freezing ocean off the coast of Iceland.
The Loser's Club (2001)
A program manager (Maggie Siu) tells a television producer (Eric Tsang) that the latter's friend (Francis Ng) must be removed from a New Year's telecast.
Crime and Punishment (2002)
In contemporary Moscow a law student (Crispin Glover) goes on the run and struggles with a guilty conscience after he has murdered an old pawnbroker.
Messy Christmas (2007)
Surprising secrets come to light when members of an extended family (Martina Gedeck, Heino Ferch) gather on Christmas Eve.
A photographer who accidentally captures a mob murder, is killed and his family must flee to save their lives. Years later, his son finds his father's murderer and contemplates revenge.
An altar boy (Harry McEntire) and his new friend use clay to create a creature that seemingly comes to life.
Noémie: Le Secret (2009)
A curious young girl (Camille Felton) embarks on a quest to find hidden treasure in an apartment.
Bezerra de Menezes: O Diário de um Espírito (2008)
De Menezes, known lovingly as the "Doctor of the Poor," leaves the northeastern interior of Brazil for Rio de Janeiro in order to study medicine.
To Beat the Band (1935)
A playboy (Hugh Herbert) must marry a widow in three days, or his aunt's millions will go to a bandleader.
Más Bonita que Ninguna (1965)
A young, graceful woman in love will do anything to keep the man of her dreams.
A troubled man (Sunny Deol) worries that his new friend (Sunil Shetty) will steal his love interest (Shilpa Shetty).
El Charro de las Calaveras (1965)
El Charro comes to the rescue in three stories: the human wolf, the human vampire and the headless horseman.
The Prince and Me (2007)
A king disowns his son after he fails to act appropriately.
American Man (2012)
Former football player Kevin Turner raises awareness about concussions in sports.
15 Ans et Demi (2008)
A brilliant scientist tries to connect with his adolescent daughter.
The Battle of Britain (1943)
This fourth documentary in the "Why We Fight" propaganda series, shown in theaters across America during World War II to inform the public and rally support for the Allied troops, focuses on the harrowing bombardment of England by the Nazis in 1940. Using a combination of staged and real footage, director Frank Capra details the exploits of the heroic RAF pilots who fought the German Luftwaffe over the skies of London, and celebrates the courage of the British during their "darkest hour."
The End of Time (2012)
An exploration of people's perception of time.
Panic Button (1963)
An underworld leader's attempt to mastermind the failure of a television program has unexpected results.
Buffalo Stampede (1934)
Buffalo hide trader Tom Doan (Randolph Scott) comes to the aid of Jude Pilchuk (Raymond Hatton), a fellow hunter whose wagon was run off of the trail by white thieves disguised as raiding American Indians. Doan and Pilchuk investigate and discover that Randall Jett (Noah Beery) -- the abusive father of Doan's love interest Milly Fayre (Judith Allen) -- is to blame. When Jett then kidnaps Milly and disappears into the wild, Doan must track down and outsmart Jett's gang to save the woman he loves.
Amour Fou (2006)
A photography student who helps support her mother meets a younger man in a nightclub, and they become involved in a challenging relationship.
The Other Side of Sleep (2011)
A troubled woman from a remote town in the Midlands loses her grip on reality after sleepwalking one evening and waking up in woods next to a murdered young woman.
Roughest Africa (1923)
Explorers have wild encounters on the Dark Continent.
Strange Holiday (1969)
Australian boys (Jaeme Hamilton, Mark Healey, Jaime Massang) are shipwrecked on an island with dangerous company.