The Vigil (2010)

Anything goes during an intense night shared by an intellectual Peruvian and a violent woman.

Three Loves (1929)

A femme fatale (Marlene Dietrich) tempts a man to leave his wife.

Daredevil Droopy (1951)

Droopy and Spike compete in juggling, weightlifting, sharpshooting, acrobatics and other feats of derring-do when a circus puts out the call for new performers.

Daughter of Don Q (1946)

The descendant of a legendary Spanish daredevil joins forces with a reporter to battle a land-grabber out to obtain her family's valuable chunk of real estate.

Scape (2010)

Morrowbie is separated from his wife on the Oregon Trail after an Indian attack. He takes shelter in a colony for the mentally ill and he has to figure out a way to get past the soldier who guards the boundary.

Deadline for Murder (1946)

A favor for an old friend leads a Los Angeles gambler (Kent Taylor) into a dangerous search for a missing document.

Gunfighters of Casa Grande (1965)

Bandits attack a U.S. gunman (Alex Nicol) and his Mexican partner (Jorge Mistral) driving cattle across the Rio Grande into Texas.

Summer Storm (1944)

Beginning in 1912, a Russian siren (Linda Darnell) brings ruin to herself and the men who touch her life.

Quick Money (1937)

A mayor finds his job in jeopardy when he opposes two scheming swindlers who promise to turn his town into a resort.

Trap, Trap, Little Trap (1998)

Two powerful men rape a young hitchhiker, and to get revenge, she uses her skills as a veterinarian to drug and castrate the men.

Click, Fotógrafo de Modelos (1970)

A model photographer quits an agency to start working on his own and make a calendar with twelve models.

Raise Your Head (2009)

A shipyard worker who is a single father teaches his son to box, and dreams of the possible success the boy might be able to achieve.

I Love Trouble (1947)

After ambitious politician Ralph Johnston receives a note with dubious information about his wife, he hires detective Stuart Bailey (Franchot Tone) to find out about her past. Bailey learns that under her maiden name, Mrs. Johnston was a dancer at a nightclub before fleeing with an entertainer to Los Angeles. Refusing to be dissuaded from the case by the club's owner, Bailey receives help from Mrs. Johnston's sister, Norma (Janet Blair), and discovers a murder and more than one hidden identity.

Lights of Old Broadway (1925)

When twin girls are separated at birth, one is adopted by a wealthy family, the other by an impoverished one.

Inside a Girls' Dormitory (1953)

A detective searches for a murderer at a French boarding school.

Cynthia (1947)

Cynthia Bishop (Elizabeth Taylor) has always been a sickly girl, and her parents (Mary Astor, George Murphy) have grown fiercely protective of their darling daughter. When Cynthia wins a starring role in the school musical, her parents forbid her to accept it, fearful that the required effort will be too much for their fragile daughter. But, inspired by her supportive boyfriend and first love, Ricky (Jimmy Lydon), Cynthia decides to perform whether her parents like it or not.

Roll Out, Cowboy (2010)

America prepares for change while a cowboy raps about hope.

Who Stole the Electric Car? (2009)

Hoping to win back his environmentalist ex-girlfriend, a man steals a prototype electric vehicle in Detroit and tries to drive it back to California.

Too Young to Love (1960)

A New York judge (Thomas Mitchell) hears the case of a wayward teenage girl (Pauline Hahn) neglected by her parents.

Galloping Romeo (1933)

A falsely accused cowboy joins forces with an elderly citizen to clear his name.

Bhumika (1978)

A woman who learned music from her courtesan grandmother breaks into the burgeoning show business industry of 1930s Bombay.

Hansel & Gretel (2013)

Teen siblings (Brent Lydic, Stephanie Greco) are enslaved by a crazy recluse in her gruesome house of horrors.

The Beast of Borneo (1934)

A crazy scientist (Eugene Sigaloff) hires a jungle guide to help capture an adult ape to use in his latest round of experiments.

I Stand Accused (1938)

Law-school buddies (Robert Cummings, Lyle Talbot) become ex-partners, then clash over a slot-machine racket.

Creatures From the Abyss (1998)

While boating on the ocean, friends board a stranded vessel that contains monstrous fish.

Gangs of Chicago (1940)

A young man whose father was killed by police turns criminal lawyer for the underworld.

Medusa Against the Son of Hercules (1962)

Perseus (Richard Harrison) slays a fire-breathing swamp monster and revives an army turned to stone by Medusa.

Gangs of the Waterfront (1945)

Bitter over the death of his brother, a man poses as a mobster to infiltrate the ranks of the gang responsible.

Blunderkind (2011)

A man (Wes Robertson) reconnects with his best friend (Bridger Zadina), who hasn't aged in 20 years.

The Swimming Pool (1969)

When a journalist's (Romy Schneider) boyfriend (Alain Delon) allows her former lover (Maurice Ronet) to drown, the couple must answer questions from an inspector.

The Gay Buckaroo (1932)

An East Coast gentleman convinces a wild Western woman to change her ways.

The Panama Deception (1992)

Filmmaker Barbara Trent ties the 1989 invasion to Manuel Noriega, the CIA and U.S. policy since 1903.

Midnight Warning (1933)

A detective (William "Stage" Boyd) helps a young woman (Claudia Dell) caught in a hotel's cover-up of a plague.

American Empire (2012)

Filmmaker Patrea Patrick reveals the economic, ecological and political ramifications of allowing corporate power, as well as organizations such as the Federal Reserve, to continue unchecked.

Gentle Julia (1936)

A young girl tries to prevent her older sister from choosing the wrong man when a big-city phony strolls into town.

Bottom Land (1992)

An Ohio farmer (Richard Hyde) returns to his son (Bryan Shane Allen) and father (Haskell Phillips) after a nervous breakdown over his wife's death.

Something Money Can't Buy (1953)

A British army officer (Anthony Steel) returns home after World War II and has trouble readjusting to civilian life.

After Kony: Staging Hope (2011)

Several American actors and Ugandan teenagers work together to start a theater program in northern Uganda.

Blood Beat (1982)

A young woman travels to rural Wisconsin to meet her boyfriend's family and a samurai warrior's spirit possesses her body to go on a bloody killing spree.

Wild Wheels (1992)

Documentarian Harrod Blank, son of acclaimed filmmaker Les Blank and foremost expert on the art car phenomenon, examines the obsession that drives him and others to modify automobiles and motorcycles into fanciful vehicular monstrosities such as the Wrought Iron VW Bug, the Hippomobile or the Cowasaki. Profiling dozens of unusual art car creations, along with their eccentric owners, Blank provides a unique look inside a bizarre yet charming automotive subculture.

Club Life (1985)

A couple is exposed to the dark side of Hollywood when he becomes a bouncer and she falls in league with a drug dealer.

Jeet (1996)

The story of Karan, a hit man who kills for the mobster Gajraj. On one job, Karan falls madly in love with Kajal, the beautiful daughter of an associate.

Así Es Mi México (1963)

A charro and a singer fall in love with a beautiful young woman who wants to debut as a dancer in a traveling theater.

Bellyfruit (1999)

Three Los Angeles teens are forced to deal with unplanned pregnancies. Shanika (Tamara LaSeon Bass), who has spent most of her life in foster homes, meets Damon (T.E. Russell), an older man who promises love but uses her for sex, leading to her pregnancy. Kicked out of her family home, Aracely (Tonatzin Mondragon) tries to move in with her boyfriend, Oscar (Michael Pena), but finances stand in their way. Meanwhile, the promiscuous Tina (Kelly Vint) is unable to determine her child's father.

We the Women (1953)

Five directors contribute to an episodic look at the personal and professional lives of several actresses.

Kassava Restaurant's Jerks (2011)

Two immigrants move to Los Angeles and run into all kinds of problems when they decide to open a Caribbean restaurant.

Chained (2010)

Jules has to overcome his demons and tries to save women working as sex slaves.

Forbidden Jungle (1950)

An adventurer searches for a boy who was raised in the jungle but is rumored to be the son of an American.

Night Train (1959)

A man and a woman share a cabin on a train and one of them could be a murderer.

Birth Story: Ina May Gaskin and the Farm Midwives (2011)

Women on a 1970s hippie commune teach themselves midwifery. Their leader, Ina May Gaskin, becomes an author and staunch advocate for natural childbirth.

Ripa Hits the Skids (1993)

An ill-fated slob filmmaker (Sam Huber) scrounges around, getting in trouble, narrating his downfall in a week.

It Happened in Athens (1962)

A Greek beauty (Jayne Mansfield) offers herself to the 1896 Olympic marathon champion, who turns out to be a Greek shepherd (Trax Colton).

Three Young Texans (1954)

A cowboy (Jeffrey Hunter) robs an Army payroll train to help his father, but another cowboy (Keefe Brasselle) grabs the loot.

À St-Henri, le 26 Aout (2011)

Fourteen filmmakers document a neighborhood in St-Henri.

George's Intervention (2009)

George is a zombie and his friends stage an intervention to get him to stop eating people.

Get a Job (2011)

An employment agent has to find a job for the least-employable man in Maui.

Sevdah for Karim (2010)

A Bosnian (Amar Selimovic) who defuses land mines tries to woo the girlfriend (Marija Karan) of his incarcerated buddy (Adnan Haskovic).

Sibelius (2003)

Finnish composer Jean Sibelius (Martti Suosalo) grows from a humble music student to one of the most creative talents of his generation.

The Trap (1967)

An 1890s French Canadian trapper (Oliver Reed) buys a mute orphan servant (Rita Tushingham) to be his wilderness wife.

Betty & Coretta (2013)

After the assassinations of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (Malik Yoba) and Malcolm X (Lindsay Owen Pierre), their widows, Coretta Scott King (Angela Bassett) and Betty Shabazz (Mary J. Blige), continue to raise their children and fight for the cause.

Please Subscribe: A Documentary About YouTubers (2012)

There are stories behind influential content creators currently taking the world of online entertainment by storm.

Ghost Stories 3 (2009)

Dan T. Hall and his team of paranormal investigators visit haunted locations throughout Indiana and try to communicate with the dead.

The Descendant of Wing Chun (1978)

An escaped prisoner (Ma Lung) seeks vengeance on the retired teacher who helped incarcerate him.

Nob Hill (1945)

Blue-collar bartender Tony Angelo (George Raft) longs to live in the soaring heights of San Francisco's affluent Nob Hill. Angelo ignores the affections of torch singer Sally Templeton (Vivian Blaine) to court heiress Harriet Carruthers (Joan Bennett). When Carruthers accepts his proposal, the two marry and Angelo's dream seems to be coming true. But, once immersed in high society, Angelo must suppress his personality to fit in -- and finds himself struggling to escape a growing depression.

Seducing Charlie Barker (2010)

An out-of-work actor (Stephen Barker Turner) cheats on his wife (Daphne Zuniga) with an ambitious blonde (Heather Gordon) who uses her body to get what she wants.

El extra (1962)

Determined to succeed in the world of cinema, Rogaciano (Cantinflas) accepts a role as an extra in several productions, in which he has to interpret characters as varied as the lover of Marguerite Gauthier and others.

Mía (2011)

Ale is a transvestite who gathers cardboard from the streets to survive. One day, he finds the intimate diary of a woman who has died, so he locates her daughter and son-in-law, Julie and Manuel.

Neighboring Sounds (2012)

Life in a neighborhood in Recife, Brazil, takes a turn for the better when a security firm moves in and brings a sense of safety to the residents.

Diablo (2011)

A retired boxer will be wrapped in big trouble when his cousin comes home fleeing thugs.

Violent Women (1959)

Five try to break out of prison by way of a tunnel and a sewer.

It Looks Pretty From a Distance (2011)

A scrapper and a young woman fall in love in a secluded Polish village.

Ramona (1936)

A chief's son (Don Ameche) falls in love with a Spanish rancher's part-Indian daughter (Loretta Young).

Unshackled (2000)

A racist (Burgess Jenkins) shares a prison cell with a black inmate (James Black) and develops a friendship with a nurse's son.

Coqueta (1983)

A youth who studies music in the afternoons falls in love with his teacher's sister and invites her to a music group.

Kid's Auto Race (1914)

The Tramp goes to a baby cart race in Venice, Calif., and causes mayhem on and off the track.

Madison Avenue (1962)

An adman (Dana Andrews) and an adwoman (Eleanor Parker) put a dangerous milk tycoon in line for the White House.

I Ring Doorbells (1945)

A reporter, sent by his wealthy publisher to discourage a gold digger who is after his son, finds murder instead.

The Mountie (2011)

A Mountie moves to a town and begins to stop its illegal activity by busting people one by one.

How to Succeed With Girls (1964)

A man who constantly fantasizes about rescuing endangered damsels misunderstands his own alluring wife.

Forgotten Pills (2009)

Patrick, his girlfriend, and two other friends take pills that cause amnesia to have a guilt-free night of fun, but things take a dark turn when Patrick's girlfriend Megan gets too friendly with the other guys.

Diva Dolorosa (1999)

Filmmaker Peter Delpeut compiles footage of opera stars from the silent-film era.

Narsimha (2004)

A police officer places his family in danger when he battles against corruption.

Chicken Rice War (2000)

Rik Mayall and Adrian Edmondson star as Richie and Eddie, proprietors of the worst hotel in the world: the chef's a drunken illegal immigrant, the waiter's been readmitted to the psychiatric hospital and the sea view is not quite what it should be. Where else would Gina Carbonara, the famous and beautiful Italian movie star, choose to hide away after jilting renowned playboy ex-racing driver Gino Bolognese?

Eddie Presley (1993)

An ill-fated security guard (Duane Whitaker) tries a long shot as an Elvis impersonator at a seedy Los Angeles nightclub.

Love on the Riviera (1958)

Vamps and gigolos populate a quintet of comedic vignettes focusing on romantic entanglements on the French Riviera.

I Was a Parish Priest (1953)

In Spain, a young parish priest, Andr (Claude Laydu), is sent by the church to a small mining village, but his determination to bring the word of God to the diocese runs into trouble. Dismayed by the harsh working conditions of the miners, Andr is also shocked to find bitter class divisions which have led to pockets of hatred and despair. Despite his strong belief that pure religion can guide souls to higher meaning, Andr finds his own beliefs in the church severely challenged.

Resisting Enemy Interrogation (1944)

A U.S. Army training film displays interrogation techniques used by the Nazis during World War II.

Cold War (2000)

A woman (Christy Chung) hires a professional killer (Simon Yam) to murder a Taiwanese gangster in Seoul.

Asterix the Gaul (1967)

Two Gallic warriors, Asterix and Obelix, trick Roman legionnaires into drinking a hair-growing potion.

Panjaban (2010)

Born into a wealthy family, identical twin sisters (Miss Pooja) have different outlooks on life.

Margarita Happy Hour (2001)

Set against the backdrop of the underground music and art scenes in New York, "Margarita Happy Hour" is a film about life after the party. Five disreputable young women meet in the late afternoon hours of half-price drink specials and jabber uninhibitedly about life, libidos, and lactation. The heroine of this real life "Sex and the City" quintet is Zelda (Eleanor Hutchins), an artist and unwed mother struggling to hold on to her persona as sexy, rock star-seducing siren.

Tumult (2011)

Traveling across a harsh and barren landscape, Norse warriors encounter an army of a different kind.

The Law of War (1961)

A Nazi commandant takes 30 innocent hostages in order to flush out the saboteur who destroyed a German outpost.

Un Corazón Para Dos (1990)

A seriously ill young woman decides to donate his heart to the girl he loves, which requires a transplant or will die.

Legend of a Gunfighter (1964)

A man bent on avenging his parents' murders is rescued from drowning by the very man he's seeking.

El Organillero (1956)

A poor but kind man falls in love with his neighbor and when hearing her sing, he buys her piano so she can practice.

Dog Trouble (1942)

Tom and Jerry put their adversarial relationship on hold after their cat-and-mouse shenanigans awaken a sleeping bulldog.

El siete machos (1950)

Cantinflas delights viewers with this sensational performance in which he takes from the rich to give to the poor.

Beauty's Worth (1922)

An artist (Forrest Stanley) wants to design some flattering clothes for a prim Quaker woman (Marion Davies).

FrackNation (2013)

Proponents of the drilling process known as fracking claim that activists and the media have suppressed facts and that the process does not harm the environment.