The Ghost of Yotsuya (1959)

A ghost rises from the grave to seek revenge on the husband (Shigeru Amachi) who killed her.

Golpes en Mi Puerta (1994)

When Sisters Ana (Veronica Oddo) and Ursula (Elba Escobar), two nuns living in a large Latin American city, meet a political fugitive on the run from the corrupt city government, they decide to give him a place to hide from his pursuers. Refusing to lie, the Sisters' actions are soon discovered, placing them in danger of execution as well. The mayor (Juan Carlos Gen) is keenly aware of the repercussions from executing two nuns, however, so he must decide what to do with the treasonous women.

Blood of the Executioner (1963)

An executioner and his son, who has been charged as a traitor, together try to expose the cunning Grand Inquisitor.

Cavalry Scout (1951)

An Army scout (Rod Cameron) stops smugglers before they can sell Gatling guns stolen from an arsenal.

The Offering (2011)

A sheriff is forced into a web of death and intrigue after her daughter is kidnapped by a killer.

Pinocchio (2015)

Filmmaker Andr-Line Beauparlant sets out to rescue and understand her vagabond brother after she learns he is being held in a Brazilian jail.

Police (1985)

Detective Louis Mangin (Gérard Depardieu) is a Parisian cop who specializes in interrogations, using intimidation to the point of sadism. His efforts to bust a Tunisian drug racket go awry, however, when he falls into an affair with a sultry, defiant liar named Noria (Sophie Marceau), who is the girl of one of the criminals. When Noria is suspected of drug trafficking, Mangin's already tenuous morals are called into question, and the line between right and wrong is further blurred.

Summer Night Fever (1978)

Two young men and a teenage tag-along pack up their convertible and take off for a summer of fun and adventure.

One Bad Cat (2008)

Art plays a great part in the life of an 82-year-old man.

Like a Boomerang (1976)

A reformed gangster turns to his old associates for help after his son kills a police officer.

A Sixth Part of the World (2015)

Filmmaker Dziga Vertov's ode to the diversity of the Soviet Union, from the far east to Western Europe.

The Eleventh Year (1928)

An interesting commemoration of the 11th anniversary of the revolution.

Chafed Elbows (1966)

A man on welfare marries his mother.

8 Ball Bunny (1950)

Bugs Bunny (Mel Blanc) tries to help a penguin get home.

Operation: Rabbit (1952)

Wile E. Coyote sets up a contraption to capture Bugs Bunny (Mel Blanc).

Where's Jack? (1969)

Jack Sheppard (Tommy Steele) becomes a folk-hero highwayman opposite Jonathan Wild (Stanley Baker) in 18th-century London.

Exorcist Master (1992)

Several contests take place between a Taoist priest and his Roman Catholic rival for the souls of Chinese villagers.

Sorceress (1982)

Tomboy twins (Leigh Harris) go questing for revenge around angry gods, zombies and monkey men.

High Society (2014)

A wealthy benefactor encourages Alice, a young woman of modest origin from a small town in Normandy, to enroll at a prestigious school of applied arts.

By the Lake (1970)

Two people fall in love as they shoulder the responsibility of saving Lake Baikal.

The Black Candle (1991)

In 1880s England, Lily Whitmore (Cathy Sandford) is the heir to a crumbling factory, and she's determined to restore the business to its former glory. Unfortunately, the industrious Lily must instead turn her attention to the conniving Lionel Filmore (Nathaniel Parker), a young member of the upper class who's facing poverty because of his father's foolish spending. Hoping to marry into the Whitmore wealth, Lionel resolves to wed Lily's sister, even if he has to murder his way into the family.

Boys (1977)

Boys grow into men, but their carefree frolicking becomes tinged with bitterness.

The Girl in the Yellow Pajamas (1978)

A police inspector comes out of retirement to uncover the identity of a badly burned murder victim and catch her killer.

Gaslight Follies (1945)

A compilation of silent films features Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford and the Keystone Kops.

Moonlight Sword And Jade Lion (1977)

Traitors to an ancient Chinese dynasty favor the appeasement of enemies while pretending they are still loyal.

Faeries (1999)

This animated tale follows two young children as they are drawn into a magical world of faeries. While the kids are in awe of their enchanted surroundings, they are distressed to find out that they can't go back home until they complete certain challenges set out for them by the land's prince (Dougray Scott). Luckily, for the children, the lovely Brigid (Kate Winslet) is on hand to help out, but the trio faces trouble when the scheming Shapeshifter (Jeremy Irons) appears to thwart their efforts.

Heer Ranjha (1992)

A man (Anil Kapoor) and a woman (Sridevi) fall in love, but their families try to keep them apart.

The Theme (1979)

A famous Russian playwright (Mihail Ulyanov) has a midlife crisis over his work and a liberated woman (Irina Tchurikova).

Hanzo the Razor: Sword of Justice (1972)

A lawman (Shintar Katsu) in medieval Japan learns that his boss and a criminal have ties to a seductress.

Marin Karmitz: A Life at the Movies (2014)

The life and career of Marin Karmitz, filmmaker, businessman and founder of MK2, a production company and movie theater chain.

Lisa Limone and Maroc Orange, a Rapid Love Story (2013)

Love blossoms between Maroc, a singing boat refugee, and Lisa, a collector of singing seashells who dreams about love.

Frameworks (2013)

Filmmaker Helen Doyle investigates the meaning of images.

Water Easy Reach (1998)

After Almar is stranded on an island in the Mediterranean Sea, he befriends and falls in love with a local young woman.

Biradari (1966)

A woman running a boarding house in Bombay, renting out rooms to the city's poor, discovers that her daughter sold the building while she was on vacation, leaving the boarders destitute.

Son Of Kong (1933)

After his disastrous venture with the giant ape King Kong, promoter Carl Denham (Robert Armstrong) flees New York to avoid indictment from a grand jury. He sails off with friend Captain Englehorn (Frank Reicher) and soon gets involved with singer Helene Peterson (Helen Mack). When a crooked sea captain kills Helene's father, she stows away on board Denham's boat, which heads to Kong's home on Skull Island. There, the group befriends Kong's son -- who defends them against the resident dinosaurs.

In Prison My Whole Life (2008)

Mumia Abu-Jamal writes of his life on Death Row.

Next Time I Marry (1938)

An heiress (Lucille Ball) plans to marry a ditchdigger (James Ellison), then divorce him in Reno to marry a foreigner (Lee Bowman).

Spy of Napoleon (1936)

Napoleon III's (Frank Vosper) illegitimate daughter (Dolly Haas) spies as an aristocrat's (Richard Barthelmess) wife during the Franco-Prussian War.

Who is watching (2003)

A disturbing phone call summons several strangers to a meeting at a deserted zoo.

Neerparavai (2012)

An old woman tells the story of her husband's death after his skeleton is found.

The Concorde Affair (1979)

A reporter (James Franciscus) uncovers a plot by a rival corporation to sabotage the Concorde supersonic jet.

Tecumseh: The Last Warrior (1995)

The Shawnee leader (Jesse Borrego) organizes a unified resistance against white encroachment in the 1790s.

The Russian Singer (1993)

A Danish diplomat (Ole Lemmeke) and a Russian colonel (Elena Butenko) link a sex scandal to politics in Moscow.

No Way Out (1972)

A syndicate contract killer lashes out in a fury of retaliation against his boss for the murders of his wife and child.

In the Nick of Time (1991)

Santa Claus (Lloyd Bridges) has seven days to find a replacement or his holiday tradition will be lost forever.

Attention, Turtle! (1970)

When a boy falls ill, his pet turtle needs to be rescued from two cruel boys who want to see if they can break its shell.

Laughing at Life (1933)

An Irish gunrunner (Victor McLaglen) goes to South America and meets his long-lost son.

Cortex (2008)

A retired lawman (Andr Dussollier) who has Alzheimer's disease suspects that a serial killer is loose in his nursing home.

Sea Scouts (1939)

Donald takes his nephews out in a large sailboat, and the inexperienced crew has trouble dealing with a hungry shark.

Tupac Shakur: Thug Angel (2002)

Friends and fellow musicians, including Snoop Dogg and Suge Knight, reflect on the life, music and violent death of the rapper and actor.

Boothill Brigade (1937)

A cowboy (Johnny Mack Brown) uses his fists to save squatters from a land-grabber.

The Spell (1977)

A distraught mother must cope with her embittered daughter who has the ability to cause "accidents" to happen.

Lawless Empire (1945)

The Durango Kid (Charles Starrett) helps a fighting preacher (Tex Harding) build his church.

We Came Home (2013)

Afghan-American musician Ariana Delawari spends 10 years documenting her father's homeland.

The Creator of the Jungle (2014)

A man builds a jungle along the highway, and time after time, he burns it to the ground to start over.

Enter the Blood Ring (1995)

Martial artists (Robert Z'Dar, Malibu, Benjamin Kobby) enter the Los Angeles underground fight scene.

Caselli 66: Ride the Dream (2014)

The life and career of racer Kurt Caselli.

Anonymous: A Million Men (2015)

Filmmaker Patrick Ireland gets to the core of Anonymous.

Dil Ki Chori (2005)

A romance film directed by Prabhu featuring Arjun and Sonali Bendre.

In the Meantime, Darling (1944)

Newlyweds Maggie (Jeanne Crain) and Daniel (Frank Latimore) move to a base for soldiers and their wives. As Daniel prepares for service in World War II, Maggie has difficulty adjusting to her new life. Since she comes from an affluent family, she is used to a much higher standard of living than that offered in the barracks. Her attitude causes tension with some of the other wives, but Maggie finds a friend in bubbly Shirley (Gale Robbins), who helps her acclimate to being a soldier's wife.

The Man of the Forest (1941)

An unlikely romance ensues when a snowstorm brings together a backwoods lumberjack and a Stockholm heiress.

A small southern enterprise (2013)

Don Costantino leaves the priesthood and moves into a lighthouse to avoid causing a scandal.

Boys Will Be Girls (1937)

A beefy British heir (Leslie Fuller) must break his bad habits in order to inherit his fortune.

Ghar Mein Ram Gali Mein Shyam (1988)

Women of India have accepted men the way they are, but one woman doubts her husband's character.

Heroes in Blue (1939)

One of a watchman's sons is an honest police officer (Dick Purcell), and the other one (Charles Quigley) is not.

Nurse on Wheels (1963)

A mobile English nurse (Juliet Mills) charms a rich farmer (Ronald Lewis) while tending accident-prone country folk.

High School Big Shot (1959)

A teenager (Tom Pittman) turns to a life of crime after a pretty student (Virginia Aldridge) leads to his downfall at school.

Der Sandmann (1995)

An ambitious TV journalist (Karoline Eichhorn) becomes intrigued with a convicted killer (Götz George), recently released from prison, who is promoting his bestseller about a psychopathic killer.

Táu (2012)

A man confronts his deepest pain in the Wirikuta desert.

Cinéma Vérité: Defining the Moment (2000)

From "Lonely Boy" to "The Blair Witch Project," Peter Wintonick's historical look at cinma vrit honors seminal filmmaking. Wintonick surveys the origins of the genre in the 1950s and '60s, using footage from old films and interviews with directors such as Barbara Kopple. In his travels across the United States and Europe, he also surveys the form in more contemporary settings, with the new technologies and television shows that have changed the way cinma vrit is made.

Heart of a Child (1958)

An Austrian boy's (Richard Williams) cruel father (Donald Pleasence) plans to sell his Saint Bernard to a butcher.

A Mother's Justice (1991)

With her husband's (G.W. Bailey) support, a woman (Meredith Baxter) turns manhunter to find the man who raped their daughter (Carrie Hamilton).

Man in the Moon (1960)

Perfectly healthy and incapable of getting sick, William Blood (Kenneth More) loses his job as a medical test subject when he is unable to contract a cold, but he is quickly hired by Professor Davidson (Michael Hordern). Davidson is working on sending the first man to the moon and plans to use Blood to make sure the trip into space is safe for the professional astronauts. Unaware of the true nature of his new job, Blood incurs the wrath of astronaut Leo (Charles Gray).

Up the Front (1972)

An English servant does his World War I duty with an enemy tattoo on his behind.

Killervision (2014)

A man with a brain injury is tormented by visions of his friends being murdered. He becomes increasingly disturbed when he realizes it is only a matter of time before the killer comes for him.

My Voice (2003)

The story of a young woman who cannot sing.

Four Days (1999)

During a botched bank heist in Montreal, a robber (William Forsythe) is shot, and his teenage son (Kevin Zegers) ends up fleeing with the money. The boy heads to an agreed-upon meeting point, pursued by his dad's partner, Fury (Colm Meaney), who was doubled-crossed in the holdup. Along the way, the boy encounters Chrystal (Lolita Davidovich), a shapely redhead, who pays him special attention to make her husband jealous. A confrontation follows in the woods of northern Quebec.

Infliction (2012)

Found-footage reveals the murder spree committed by two brothers in North Carolina.

Still Orangutans (2007)

Sixteen people live through the hottest day of the year.

Çarsi Pazar (2015)

Kahraman must battle a contractor to protect the hamam his family left him.

Hands of the Gunfighter (2003)

In the last years of the Franco regime two men (Jordi Vilches, ngel de Andrs Lpez) find that their interest in UFOs has attracted government attention.

Houston, We've Got a Problem (1974)

Ground control personnel (Robert Culp, Clu Gulager) face a crisis in this drama based on the 1970 Apollo 13 moon mission.

A Crime of Passion (1999)

After her father is murdered, a young medical student (Tracey Gold) becomes the prime suspect and must exonerate herself.

King Solomon's Mines (1985)

Ever in search of adventure, explorer Allan Quatermain (Richard Chamberlain) agrees to join the beautiful Jesse Huston (Sharon Stone) on a mission to locate her archaeologist father, who has been abducted for his knowledge of the legendary mines of King Solomon. As the kidnappers, led by sinister German military officer Bockner (Herbert Lom), journey into the wilds of Africa, Allan and Jesse track the party and must contend with fierce natives and dangerous creatures, among other perils.

The Price (1971)

Based on Arthur Miller's play about two estranged brothers who meet after their father's death.

A Day at The Pool (2012)

Ian Douglass and Eric Fulford shed light on skateboarding's history and question the validity of the 2001 documentary Dog Town and Z-Boys.

36 Steps (2006)

Six women are taken captive, tortured into submission and turned against one another.

Stay As You Are (1978)

A married man (Marcello Mastroianni) has an affair with a teenager (Nastassja Kinski) much younger than he is.

Conduct Zero (2002)

A teen (Ryu Seung-beom) who is more brag than brawn must prove his mettle in a public fight with a rival from another school.

Wildest Dreams (1990)

A genie (Heidi Paine) in a bikini grants a nerd's (James Davies) wish for true love, by offering him a selection.

Someone Like Me (2012)

Kari and Annemarie fall in love -- but Annemarie's father wants her to marry another, more wealthy, man.

Wild Guitar (1962)

A Hollywood wheeler-dealer (William Watters) exploits a motorcycling rock 'n' roller (Arch Hall Jr.) new in town.

Through the Wire (1990)

Filmmaker Nina Rosenblum studies the treatment of activists in a federal high-security prison for women.

O Bandido da Luz Vermelha (1968)

A bandit (Paulo Villaa) solicits prostitutes and becomes infamous as a thief and a bookie until he is caught by the police and commits suicide.

Disturbance (1990)

A loner (Timothy Greeson) with a nagging mother has a demon inside him, and it's affecting his love life.

Prison Shadows (1936)

An ex-con prizefighter uncovers the elaborate fight-fixing scheme responsible for the death of his last opponent.

To Mary - with Love (1936)

Newsreel clips punctuate the years in a rich couple's (Warner Baxter, Myrna Loy) marriage, from 1925 to 1935.

Swamp Girl (1971)

A teenage swamp-dweller dukes it out with a prison escapee and her sleazy boyfriend.

Arrow In The Dust (1954)

A cavalry deserter (Sterling Hayden) poses as a major and leads a wagon train with a hidden cargo of repeating rifles.

The Butterfly Chalice (1965)

Tien Yu-chuan meets a beautiful woman while on the run for accidentally killing a bully.