Barsaat Ki Ek Raat (1981)

Barsaat Ki Ek Raat is a 1981 Bollywood film starring Amitabh Bachchan, Raakhee, Amjad Khan and Utpal Dutt. It was directed by Shakti Samanta. Barsaat Ki Ek Raat was filmed in two languages; the Bengali version, titled "Anusandhan", was the top grossing Bengali movie ever for a number of years. The story was adapted from the novel "Anushandhan" by Shaktipada Raajguru.

The Founders' Keeper (2013)

A serial killer (Shadner Ifrene) ponders whether to keep his pregnant girlfriend (Khalima Gaston) alive or not.

All About My Parents (2014)

A man shares his parents' erotic fascinations.

Spy Hunt (1950)

Panther's Moon (reissued as Spy Hunt) is a 1950 American film noir action film directed by George Sherman starring Howard Duff and Märta Torén.

The Lesser Evil (1998)

The Lesser Evil is a 1998 thriller film directed by David Mackay.

Hangfire (1991)

A town has been taken hostage. Who will win the battle? Only the mighty will survive.

China Behind (1978)

China Behind (再見中國) is a 1974 Hong Kong movie, directed by Tang Shu Shuen. The film painted a bleak portrait of both communist China and capitalist Hong Kong, yielding a thirteen-year ban by British colonial authorities, that was lifted in 1980.

Dracula (1974)

Richard Matheson's television adaptation of the legendary bloodsucker, portrayed with sympathy by Palance.

Keet & Koen en de speurtocht naar Bassie & Adriaan (2015)

Amusement park entertainers search for the missing Bassie and Adriaan.

May Allah Bless France! (2014)

May Allah Bless France! (French: Qu'Allah bénisse la France) is a French biographical drama film, released in 2014. The directorial debut of French hip hop musician Abd al Malik, the film is a dramatization of his own childhood memoir Qu'Allah bénisse la France, which was first published in 2004. The film stars Marc Zinga as the young al Malik.

Linha de Passe (2008)

Walter Salles and Daniela Thomas co-direct this Brazilian coming-of-age drama. In a tough, football-obsessed neighbourhood of San Paolo, Cleuza (Sandra Corveloni) is struggling to bring up her four sons on the poverty line. The boys, despite their very different personalities, harbour a single dream: to become successful football players and transcend their impoverished background.

Non-Fiction Diary (2014)

Killers confess to committing six murders and reveal that they forced a hostage to participate in the crimes.

Scarce (2008)

Snowboarders resort to cannibalism while trapped in an isolated mountain cabin.

Breakfast (Table Top Dolly) (1976)

A camera slowly tracks across a fully set table until it reaches the far wall, the plates, utensils, food and drink all pushed along with it, creating a messily abstract sculpture.

Origin: A Call to Minds (2015)

Desmerelle battles the powerful Shard Sensitive Lorem to free her twin sister.

The Return of the Durango Kid (1945)

A stagecoach passenger poses as a masked avenger to track down the thieves who robbed him and his companions.

If I'm Lucky (1946)

If I'm Lucky may refer to: If I'm Lucky (film), 1946 If I'm Lucky (album), 1977 album by Zoot Sims and Jimmy Rowles "If I'm Lucky" (song), 2017 song by Jason Derulo

How to Describe a Cloud (2013)

Liling is lured back to a small island to help her blind mother.

Devotion (1931)

Devotion (1931) is an American pre-Code romantic drama film starring Ann Harding and Leslie Howard based on the Pamela Wynne novel A Little Flat in the Temple. Its plot involves a woman who disguises herself and gains employment in the home of the man she loves.

The Jewish Cardinal (2013)

Jean-Marie Lustiger, a Polish Jew, maintained his cultural identity after converting to Roman Catholicism and joining the priesthood.

Anfang 80 (2011)

Love knows no limits when Rosa and Bruno fall in love.

The Desert (2013)

The failed story of a love triangle in a post-apocalyptic world.

Atolladero (1997)

A lawman (Pere Ponce) tries to break free from a 150-year-old judge who uses a deranged henchman (Iggy Pop) to maintain a stranglehold on their town.

Digital Dreams (1983)

This unconventional film incorporates elements of both documentary and fiction to create a portrait of Bill Wyman, the former bassist of the legendary British rock band the Rolling Stones. Fascinated by computers, Wyman contemplates technology, as well as his time with the Stones, with the narrative often lapsing into strange animated sequences. Featuring footage of Wyman's home life, the movie also finds the musician pondering the ups and downs of being a solo artist.

A Storm in Summer (2000)

A Storm in Summer is a 2000 television film directed by Robert Wise and starring Peter Falk, Andrew McCarthy, Nastassja Kinski and Ruby Dee. It is the last film to be directed by Wise before his death. Rod Serling first wrote the original script in 1970 and the filmmakers re-used the very same one for this production. Serling's script was posthumously honored with an Emmy nomination and a Writers Guild Award.

Blind Beast (1969)

Blind Beast , aka Moju the Blind Beast is a 1969 Japanese film directed by Yasuzo Masumura. It is based on a novel by Edogawa Rampo.

Desolation Angels (1982)

Desolation Angels is a 1982 Australian film about three high school students who borrow a weekender house in Portsea and are terrorised by some thugs. It was shot in March and April 1982. The title is a reference to a novel written by Beat Generation author Jack Kerouac.

Nymph (2009)

Nymph is a 2009 Thai drama film directed by Pen-Ek Ratanaruang. It competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. The 'nymph' in the story is based on the Thai legendary Nang Mai tree deity.

Nowhere to Go (1958)

Nowhere to Go is a 1958 British crime film directed by Seth Holt, his directorial debut. It stars George Nader, Maggie Smith (receiving her first screen credit), Bernard Lee, Harry H. Corbett and Lionel Jeffries. After a criminal escapes from jail, his attempts to recover his stashed loot end in failure, as he is shunned by the criminal community and hunted down by the police. Originally edited down as part of a double bill, the full-length version of Nowhere to Go was released on DVD in January 2013.

Bad Georgia Road (1977)

Bad Georgia Road is a 1977 American action comedy film produced, co-written and directed by John C. Broderick and starring Gary Lockwood, Carol Lynley and Royal Dano.

Enter Madame (1922)

Enter Madame is a 1922 silent film comedy-romance produced by Harry Garson for his star Clara Kimball Young. Wallace Worsley directed. The film was based on a 1920 Broadway play Enter Madame by Dolly Byrne and Gilda Varesi. Prints of the film exist in two or three European archives. The film was remade as Enter Madame in 1935 with Elissa Landi and Cary Grant.

Jekyll Island (1998)

A jewel thief's plans are thwarted during a heist on a remote island off the coast of Georgia.

Les Miserables (1995)

Les Misérables is a 1995 film written, produced and directed by Claude Lelouch. Set in France during the first half of the 20th century, the film concerns a poor and illiterate man named Henri Fortin (Jean-Paul Belmondo) who is introduced to Victor Hugo's classic novel Les Misérables and begins to see parallels to his own life.

Romeo & Juliet ...Get Married (2005)

O Casamento de Romeu e Julieta is a 2005 Brazilian film directed by Bruno Barreto and starring Luana Piovani and Marco Ricca. The film is loosely based on the William Shakespeare play, Romeo and Juliet, set in São Paulo amid two feuding soccer clubs, Palmeiras and Corinthians. The film was titled Romeo and Juliet Get Married for English-language release.

Roulette (2012)

Roulette is a 2013 American independent thriller–drama film written and directed by Erik Kristopher Myers. The story centers on three characters (Mike Baldwin, Ali Lukowski, and Will Haza) troubled by their pasts and gambling with their lives through a game of Russian roulette, only to find that their lives are connected through overlapping events that have consequently brought them together. Roulette was filmed in and around Baltimore, Maryland, and has received notable attention from the local filmmaking industry, local and regional media outlets, and film critics. In particular, the film's gruesome ending depicting the murder of a newborn child, caused controversy among viewers.

Netherbeast Incorporated (2007)

Netherbeast Incorporated is a 2007 independent film directed by Dean Ronalds and written by Bruce Dellis. It is an undead office comedy concerning a telephone company in Arizona staffed entirely by flesh-eating, vampire-like employees who refer to themselves as "Netherfolk." Historical figures such as President James Garfield and Alexander Graham Bell are woven into the story. The film premiered at the 2007 AFI/Dallas Film Festival. Steve Burns, the ex-host of Blue's Clues appears in this film as Otto Granberry, a likable vampire worker.

In the Meantime, Darling (1944)

In the Meantime, Darling is a 1944 American drama film produced and directed by Otto Preminger. The screenplay by Arthur Kober and Michael Uris focuses on a wealthy war bride (Jeanne Crain) who is forced to adjust to living in spartan conditions in military housing during World War II.

Up With Me (2008)

Francisco struggles to maintain his relationship with his girlfriend and his friend while at school.

Man of Straw (1951)

The Kaiser's Lackey (German: der Untertan; also known in English as Man of Straw and The Loyal Subject) is a 1951 East German film directed by Wolfgang Staudte, based on Heinrich Mann's 1918 satirical novel by the same name.

Streetballers (2009)

Streetballers is a 2009 independent film by Matthew Scott Krentz. The film tells the story of a friendship between two junior college basketball players, one black, one Irish-American, both trying to use streetball as their escape. Jacob Whitmore, the black player is played by former University of Missouri basketball player Jimmy McKinney. Director Matthew Krentz plays the white basketball player John Hogan. The film was shot in St. Louis, Missouri with an entirely local cast and crew. Krentz is from Webster Groves, one of the city's inner-ring suburbs.

My Man Godfrey (1957)

My Man Godfrey is a 1957 American CinemaScope Eastmancolor comedy film starring June Allyson and David Niven. It was adapted by Peter Berneis, William Bowers and Everett Freeman, and directed by Henry Koster. The film is a color remake of Gregory La Cava's 1936 screwball comedy of the same name. Allyson played the role created by Carole Lombard in the original version, and Niven took on the role made famous by William Powell. Niven had played the role of Tommy Gray, Godfrey's former classmate, in a 1938 radio version.

Legends of the Knight (2013)

The power of storytelling to create positive change.

Scobie Malone (1975)

Scobie Malone is a 1975 Australian film based on the novel Helga's Web by Jon Cleary about detective Scobie Malone (Thompson). The film is also known as Helga's Web and Murder at the Opera House.

Bombin' (1987)

American hip-hop artists travel to the United Kingdom to host workshops.

Táu (2012)

A man confronts his deepest pain in the Wirikuta desert.

Home Again (2012)

Home Again is a 2012 Canadian drama film directed by Sudz Sutherland, shot primarily in Trinidad and Tobago and set in Kingston, Jamaica, about three people who have been deported back to Jamaica, despite having lived in Canada, United States and United Kingdom for most of their lives.

Mason-Dixon (2008)

Two families battle each other over previous wrongs.

That Texas Jamboree (1946)

That Texas Jamboree is a 1946 American Western film directed by Ray Nazarro and written by J. Benton Cheney. The film stars Ken Curtis, Jeff Donnell, Andy Clyde, Guinn "Big Boy" Williams and Robert Kellard. The film was released on May 16, 1946, by Columbia Pictures.

Un chat un chat (2009)

A neurotic writer (Chiara Mastroianni) tries to reinvent herself and develops a strange relationship with a helpful stalker (Agathe Bonitzer).

Homemakers (2015)

A rootless young singer has to reconcile her domestic fantasies as she works to restore her late grandfather's abandoned home.

Background(ed) (2007)

Wacky world of Evan Higginbotham: professional movie extra.

Swim Little Fish Swim (2014)

Swim Little Fish Swim is a 2013 French-American indie comedy-drama written, produced and co-directed by Lola Bessis and Ruben Amar.

Deprisa, Deprisa (1981)

Deprisa, Deprisa (English: Hurry, Hurry!) is a 1981 Spanish film directed by Carlos Saura. In the English-speaking world, it has been released under the titles Faster, Faster and Fast, Fast. It tells the story of a gang of juvenile delinquents.

Solace (2013)

The lives of six people become intertwined as three stories become one.

First Comes Courage (1943)

A Norwegian underground agent seeks valuable wartime intelligence by wooing a Nazi officer.

Like a Crashed Plane (2005)

A young man (Ignacio Rogers) becomes obsessed with a gardening student (Manuela Martelli) who is about to leave for Switzerland.

Les jeux sont faits (1947)

Les jeux sont faits known in English as The Chips are Down is a 1947 French fantasy film directed by Jean Delannoy, based on the screenplay of the same name by French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre. It was entered into the 1947 Cannes Film Festival.

Science Friction (1959)

A 1959 short film features cut-and-paste animation.

Béla Fleck: How To Write A Banjo Concerto (2014)

Béla Fleck is commissioned to compose a major banjo concerto for banjo and an 80-piece symphony orchestra.

Henry and Dizzy (1942)

Henry and Dizzy is a 1942 American comedy film directed by Hugh Bennett and written by Val Burton. The film stars Jimmy Lydon, Mary Anderson, Charles Smith, John Litel, Olive Blakeney and Maude Eburne. The film was released on June 5, 1942, by Paramount Pictures.

Symmetricks (1972)

A 1972 short film features computer and electronic imagery.

BlackJack (1990)

Blackjack is a Swedish drama comedy film directed by Colin Nutley which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 7 October 1990.

Hegira (2013)

A mother and daughter must set aside their differences and work together when they become stranded in the woods.

El vuelo de la paloma (1989)

El vuelo de la paloma (English: The Flight of the Dove) is a 1989 Spanish film directed by José Luis García Sánchez and written by Rafael Azcona and García Sánchez.

She Gets Her Man (1945)

When a pair of blowgun murders remain unsolved, the town of Clayton seeks out the daughter of legendary police chief Ma Pilkington. Unfortunately Jane "Pilky" Pilkington (Joan Davis) is less than a chip off the old block. She teams up with officer Mulligan (Leon Errol) to solve the case. However, the two get nowhere. The town calls in a Chicago detective who fails to prevent a theater producer from becoming the next victim, so Pilky gets another chance to prove her worth as a sleuth.

Agile, Mobile, Hostile: A Year with Andre Williams (2008)

A year in the life of R&B musician Andre Williams.

Maestro (2005)

Maestro is a 2005 Hungarian computer-animated short film written, produced and directed by Géza M. Tóth. It won the Amaryllis Tamás Award at the 7th Kecskemét Animation Film Festival, and was nominated for Best Animated Short Film at the 79th Academy Awards in 2007. Composer Attila Pacsay wrote the film's music.

Add the Words (2014)

Filmmaker Michael D. Gough observes the social change in one of the nation's most conservative states.

Héctor (2004)

An adolescent boy (Nilo Mur) must make a major adjustment after he moves in with his aunt in a working-class community near Madrid.

Touched by Evil (1997)

Touched By Evil is a 1997 television drama film directed by James A. Contner and starring Paula Abdul, Adrian Pasdar and Susan Ruttan. It aired on ABC, January 12, 1997 at 9/8c. The film marks the acting debut of American singer/choreographer Abdul.

Silver on the Sage (1939)

Silver on the Sage is a 1939 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Maurice Geraghty. Starring William Boyd, George "Gabby" Hayes, Russell Hayden, Ruth Rogers, Stanley Ridges, Frederick Burton and Jack Rockwell, it was released on March 31, 1939, by Paramount Pictures. Silver on the Sage was Hopalong Cassidy series entry number 25.

Dal Puri Diaspora (2012)

Richard Fung investigates the origins of a spicy flat bread.

30 Ghosts (2013)

Kim Hadfield, a horse farmer and paranormal investigator, dedicated her life to proving ghosts exist.

60 Going On 12 (2013)

When Charles retires, he and his pal Pierrot decide to have more fun than is strictly legal.

Laughing at Life (1933)

Easter, a soldier of fortune and gunrunner, leaves his family behind escaping from the authorities and an American detective named Mason. His globe hopping escape leads him finally to South America, where he is hired to organize a band of revolutionaries, unaware that they plan to eliminate him when his job is done. Here, also, he encounters his own son, on track to waste his own life in pursuits similar to Easter's.

The Spell (1977)

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

Beyond the Line of Duty (1942)

Beyond the Line of Duty is a 1942 American short propaganda film, directed by Lewis Seiler. The documentary film reenacted the life and career of United States Army Air Corps Captain Hewitt T. "Shorty" Wheless.

White Terror (2005)

A video on neo-Nazi activity in Sweden starts an investigation of the group in Europe, North America and Russia, where their messages of hatred, war and segregation spread.

BOTSO (2014)

A man from the Republic of Georgia survives World War II and transforms a small coastal town in California with his passion for art, music and living.

Hedy (1966)

An egotistical faded star stands trial with her ex-husbands serving on the jury.

Dixie Lanes (1988)

A post-World War II black marketeer (Karen Black) hides her nephew from his father's (Hoyt Axton) family curse of bad luck.

The Pristine Coast (2014)

Filmmaker Scott Renyard links the crash of fish species on the Canadian coast to diseases from fish farms.

We Came Home (2013)

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

Pawn Shop (2012)

Life is never dull at the hippest pawn shop in the city, but when jewelry is stolen, the all-star pawn crew engages in outrageous bust-a-gut fun to save the store and the hood.

How it All Began, Origins of Master Mantak Chia's Universal Healing Tao System (2013)

The life of Grandmaster Mantak Chia, the first master to share Taoist wisdom in America.

30 Girls 30 Days (2012)

He went from nerd to player in 30 days. A virgin name Fred must win a bet by sleeping with 30 girls in 30 days to save his parents business.

Lauren Is Missing (2013)

Mia returns to her apartment after a long absence and discovers her roommate is missing and the rent is overdue. She takes a job with a taxidermist and focuses on drinking alcohol and causing mischief.

Mother Nature (2013)

A father and son's efforts at civility on a camping trip in the forest are met with a resistance that turns to hostility.

The Silent Man (1917)

The Silent Man is a 1917 American Western silent film directed by William S. Hart and written by Charles Kenyon. The film stars William S. Hart, Vola Vale, Robert McKim, Dorcas Matthews, J. P. Lockney, George Nichols, and Gertrude Claire. It was released on November 26, 1917, by Paramount Pictures.

You Make Me Feel So Young (2013)

Justine sits by and quietly watches her relationship deteriorate.

Red Reign: The Bloody Harvest of China's Prisoners (2013)

Filmmaker Masha Savitz exposes the organ harvesting done in China's prisons.

Body and Soul (1925)

Body and Soul is a 1925 race film produced, written, directed, and distributed by Oscar Micheaux and starring Paul Robeson in his motion picture debut.

Vote and Die: Liszt for President (2008)

A billionaire runs on a "kill everyone now" ticket.

Un fidanzato per mia moglie (2014)

Desperate to be rid of his wife, a man hires a fading playboy to seduce her.

Dark Future (1994)

Following a plague which left them sterile, humans run clubs for android masters with organic brains.

Ice (1998)

Ice is a 1998 television disaster film starring Grant Show, Udo Kier, Flex Alexander and Eva La Rue. The film has a similar premise as The Day After Tomorrow, a science fiction disaster film released six years later. Though completely in English, it first premiered in Germany in 1998 before being aired on ABC in the United States in 2000.

Particle Fever (2013)

Imagine being able to watch as Edison turned on the first light bulb, or as Franklin received his first jolt of electricity.For the first time, a film gives audiences a front row seat to our generations most significant and inspiring scientific breakthrough as it happens.  Particle Fever follows six brilliant scientists during the launch of the Large Hadron Collider, marking the start-up of the biggest and most expensive experiment in the history of the planet, pushing the edge of human innovation.As they seek to unravel the mysteries of the universe, 10,000 scientists from over 100 countries joined forces in pursuit of a single goal: to recreate conditions that existed just moments after the Big Bang and find the Higgs boson, potentially explaining the origin of all matter.  But our heroes confront an even bigger challenge: have we reached our limit to understand why we exist?  Directed by Mark Levinson, a physicist turned filmmaker, and masterfully edited by Walter Murch (Apocalypse Now, The English Patient), Particle Fever is a celebration of discovery, revealing the very human stories behind this epic machine.

Exhibition (2013)

The third film in her loose trilogy, Exhibition finds Joanna Hogg (Unrelated and Archipelago) ensconced in an urban environment as she documents the relationship between D (Viv Albertine) and H (Liam Gillick). As with her previous work, Hogg explores the normally uncharted areas of human relationships, where the lines between affection and irascibility, love and loathing are blurred. It is an uncompromising work by a unique filmmaker.

What a Crazy World (1963)

Unemployed East End lad Alf Hitchens has an on-off relationship with his girlfriend Marilyn and a dream of hitting the big time in the music business. Cheerful pop musical with a working-class background which uses a number of genuine London locations.

Hurricane at Pilgrim Hill (1950)

When his daughter Janet (Virginia Grey) has any problems, dedicated dad Sam "Bigmouth" Smedley (Clem Bevans) immediately rushes to her side to provide whatever aid he can. Discovering that local tycoon Jonathan Smith (Cecil Kellaway) objects to her marrying into his family, Smedley uses a Native American rain dance to invoke a vengeful hurricane -- and it works! Once the storm clouds clear, Smith is gone. But now Smedley is in trouble with the police, who are skeptical of his magical powers.