An Ox's Tale: The John Entwistle Story (2006)

A portrait of the bass guitarist for The Who, including the last footage ever recorded with John Entwistle, and features interviews with Pete Townshend, as well as other major figures in rock history.

The Road To Galveston (1996)

After her husband's death, 65-year-old Jordan Roosevelt (Cicely Tyson) struggles to find direction in her life. To keep her farm, she takes the advice of her friend, Sally (Starletta DuPois), and turns her home into a nursing facility for three women suffering from Alzheimer's disease. When Jordan decides to follow her lifelong dream to see the ocean, she finds a hidden jar full of money and embarks on a road trip to the coast, taking the three Alzheimer's patients along for the ride.

Here Be Dragons (2008)

Here Be Dragons is a free 40 minute video introduction to critical thinking. It is suitable for general audiences and is licensed for free distribution and public display. Most people fully accept paranormal and pseudoscientific claims without critique as they are promoted by the mass media. Here Be Dragons offers a toolbox for recognizing and understanding the dangers of pseudoscience, and appreciation for the reality-based benefits offered by real science. Here Be Dragons is written and presented by Brian Dunning, host and producer of the Skeptoid podcast, author of Skeptoid: Critical Analysis of Pop Phenomena, and Executive Producer of The Skeptologists.

Live from the Moon (2013)

Live From the Moon is a journey into the modern world of surfing pursuing the most remote and exotic locations. Body Glove's top athletes track and follow enormous ocean swells around the planet, scoring some of the most incredible surf of the year.

Slam-Bang (2009)

George is surrounded by violence and mayhem after he steals information for a Chinese crime lord who has kidnapped his girlfriend.

Suspension (2008)

Suspension is a 2008 American science-fiction film directed by Alec Joler and Ethan Shaftel. In 2007, Suspension won the 'Spirit of the Independents' Award at the Ft Lauderdale Film Festival. It received a special opening night preview screening at the Sedona International Film Festival, and competed at the Sci Fi London Festival, the Cinequest Film Festival, and the Brussels International Festival of Fantastic Film. It was released on DVD and streaming in North America and Australia.

Andres Doesn't Want to Take a Nap (2009)

After the accidental death of his mother, Andres (8) has to move in with his grandmother, Olga, and his estranged father Raul. Andres, who doesn't like to take a nap, wanders curiously through the neighborhood, where an illegal detention center is hidden, something everyone knows, but no one dare mention. The boy's curiosity ultimately places him in harms way. He will come to appreciate his grandmother's strengths and understand his father's weaknesses during a single summer where is courage and fears will be tested with lasting consequences for all. "Andres" is a multi-award winning film about a boy, pushed by circumstance to come of age quickly, in order to survive.

2 Dudes And A Dream (2009)

Two pals (Brian Drolet, Nic Nac) try to make it big in the movie business.

Goin' with the Flo (2010)

An abused wife, who is in denial, has become pregnant. So now, she has someone else's safety to consider. Her college-age daughter and her best friend encourage her to act, but still she hesitates.

Bobcat Goldthwait: You Don't Look the Same Either. (2012)

Bobcat Goldthwait is back with a vengeance in his long-awaited stand-up comedy special You Don't Look the Same Either. Filmed live and uncensored, Bobcat takes the audience on a hilarious journey through his 30 year career as an 80's icon to the guy who lit the Tonight Show set on fire... literally. Riffing on topics such as politics, divorce and going broke, the genre-defying Police Academy alum takes us through his life as and accomplished comedian, actor and director in this self deprecating and topical instant comedy classic.

Achtung Baby: A Classic Album Under Review (2007)

This DVD contains the ultimate review and critical analysis of U2's most pivotal album. It offers a previously unobtainable level of insight into the band during the recording of their most dynamic and well respected album. Via the use of live footage, long forgotten videos and the review, criticism and insight of a panel of highly opinionated experts, this package delivers the finest documentary film yet to emerge on Dublins favorite sons. Achtung Baby was the album that fired U2 into the 90s when the four-piece dramatically overhauled their traditional approach to songwriting.

Dealer (2014)

When Dan stops trafficking cocaine to move to Australia with his daughter, he spends 24 hours in hell.

Pride & Groom: A Wedding Special (2012)

Celebrating one year of marriage equality in New York, this docu-style special follows an engaged Upstate couple on their journey to wedded bliss.

Lady Gaga: One Sequin at a Time (2010)

Lady Gaga- the worlds most talented and controversial pop star. One Sequin at Time explores the ups and downs of this highly influential superstar,see how Lady Gaga is taking on the world - one sequin at a time.

Shield and Spear (2014)

An artist's caricature of South African President Jacob Zuma provokes a lawsuit, death threats and street protests.

Whittle: The Jet Pioneer (2010)

The story of how Sir Frank Whittle invented the jet engine and shrank the world is one of the great dramas of the 20th century. 'Whittle - The Jet Pioneer' reveals the titanic struggle of a young aviator and engineer as the Nazis took Europe into total war. It was a race for air superiority between Germany and the Allies. Ultimately the young inventor became one of the most influential Britons of the 20th century with an invention that changed the face of our planet. Sir Frank Whittle's invention of the jet engine is an inspiring story with near tragic elements along the way. It starts in England and ends in the United States. Not only did his vision change the face of the earth, it now enables tens of millions of us to see what it actually looks like first hand. Unknowingly, Sir Frank Whittle made our planet smaller, impacting the development of a now global economy. His story also had its challenges. With Sir Frank Whittle telling his own story, the film includes exclusive interviews with veteran test pilot Captain Eric Brown and the German jet pioneer Hans von Ohain. Their accounts are mixed with fantastic wartime color archive of Sir Frank Whittle's first jet planes and more. It is a powerfully told story with a dramatic result. - THE AMERICAN CONNECTION - In 1941 Sir Whittle s turbojet was sent to Boston, Massachusetts to enable General Electric to build the first American jet engine. Whittle came over in 1942 to help on GE's jet program. Whittle fell in love with America and with an American girl. In 1976 he married her and moved to the United States, where he accepted the position of NAVAIR Research Professor at the U.S. Naval Academy. In August 1996, Sir Frank Whittle died of lung cancer at his home in Maryland. His spirit and his innovations, however, will live on forever.

Passin' It On (1993)

A gritty and soulful classic film, PASSIN' IT ON is the story of one man in search of justice who is wronged by the nation with which he is at odds. Part indictment, part redemption tale, the film offers startling insight into the role of the Black Panther Party in a social revolution, and the New York Police Department and the FBI's devious targeting of one of the organization's most fervent leaders--Dhoruba Bin Wahad (born Richard Moore).Emerging from the Bronx ghettoes and a life of petty crime, Dhoruba dived headfirst into the Black Power movement, serving breakfast to school children with one hand while wielding a gun with the other. Amid a national program of FBI-led appression against the Panthers, Dhoruba was framed on the flimsy evidence of the wounding and grotesque disfigurement of two police officers and sent to prison. After trials and mistrails, incarceration and eventual acquittal 19 years later, a still-impassioned Dhoruba, whis attorneys, and other Panthers finally tell this incredible tale of race, revolution, and redemption. A visually compelling film that speaks of a movement, not only a man? (NPR), PASSIN' IT ON bristles with poetry and the exhilarating recollections of a true American political prisoner.

Vs. The Dead (2009)

Danny and his friends battle flesh-eating ghouls that are ravaging a city.

Bull Runners of Pamplona (2011)

For 8 days in July, a herd of massive fighting bulls power down cobbled streets, along with a petrified mass of thrill seekers. The dark beasts roar and skid; men with red bandanas are scattered like skittles. It's scariest chase in the world.

Basic Tsukamoto (2003)

Interview with world renown cult director Shinya Tsukamoto. This interview covers how and when he started creating his own world of cinema, exactly the way he thought it should look. He is also an accomplished actor appearing in many films directed by other directors, such as Takashi Miike (Ichi the Killer). The interview includes very rare footage of never released films like "The Adventure of Denchu Kozo", his TV commercials and rare footage of live shows at the Kaijyu Theater in Tokyo.

Ruby's Studio: The Siblings Show (2015)

'Ruby's Studio: The Siblings Show' is a fun, engaging way to help siblings find the love. Sibs will sharpen their skills and learn new tools to resolve conflict, tame jealousy and boost harmony, all while enjoying a day of creative play with beloved host, Ruby, and her adorable cast of characters.

Pony Play Date (2011)

Pony Play Date is an interesting and educational kids movie that is targeted for children ages eight and up. Thanks to the lovable characters, this is one of the cutest kids movies that helps children understand fundamental things like learning to working together and trying your hardest in all that you do. All the while making sure that kids understand leaning how to play with others. Pony Play Date uses animals to make up the main characters in the movie and thanks to the story line, children will love the adventures these little critters get up to.

College Boys Live (2009)

In a suburb of Orlando, three young men struggle to escape their past and create a new life by wiring their house with cameras to record their every move online.

Without A Home (2011)

DocComTV Presents - Growing up in Los Angeles, a city whose homeless population exceeds 90,000, filmmaker Rachel Fleischer always felt a deep connection to the homeless. Her desire to understand that connection takes 23 year-old Fleischer on an extraordinary four-year journey into the lives of six homeless individuals and families as they struggle to find homes, get clean, and survive.

The Cutting Room (2015)

The Cutting Room is a 2015 British found footage horror film written and directed by Warren Dudley. The film was released in June 2015 and the bulk of principal photography was shot in Newhaven Fort's underground labyrinth of dark and winding brick tunnels.

Section 60: Arlington National Cemetery (2008)

It has been called 'the saddest acre in America.' It is also one of the most sacred. Section 60 in Arlington National Cemetery is the final resting place for young men and women who died fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. For families and friends, it is a place to grieve, to honor, to remember--and to find comfort and community with others who have shared the same profound loss. Award-winning filmmakers Jon Alpert and Matthew O'Neill present this emotional, elegiac documentary filmed entirely in Section 60 where cameras captured the sights and sounds of funerals and provide intimate glimpses of family members and friends who have come to honor their loved ones.

Black Ribbon (2007)

An author falls under the spell of a mysterious typewriter once owned by a sadist who kidnapped and tortured women.

Black Spurs (1965)

Black Spurs is a 1965 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Steve Fisher. The film stars Rory Calhoun, Linda Darnell (in her final film role), Terry Moore, Scott Brady, Lon Chaney Jr., Richard Arlen and Bruce Cabot. The film was released on June 25, 1965, by Paramount Pictures.

I Hate You (2004)

Norman, a New York City stand-up comic, is convinced that killing people is his ticket to everlasting fame, that like his idol Jack The Ripper he will be remembered forever. I HATE YOU chronicles one man's obsession with cold-blooded killing as a path to immortality.

High Sierra: A Journey On The John Muir Trail (2011)

High Sierra: A Journey on the John Muir Trail is a first-hand experience along the John Muir Trail, through the tallest mountain range in the contiguous United States. It follows a group of students as they make the 220 mile trek in the wake of John Muir's own perambulations. The film captures the visual splendor of the 'Range of Light' as well as the range of emotions and physical challenges that accompany such an epic adventure. It includes reflection by Yosemite Park Ranger, Shelton Johnson (also featured in Ken Burn's documentary, The National Parks), who shares poetic insight about the trail and the spiritual meaning and importance of the American wilderness. The diverse and dynamic soundtrack, featuring music from Lonnie Walker, Megafaun, Gayngs, Luego, Mandolin Orange, Boat, and I was totally destroying it, completes this compelling high-definition audio-visual experience. High Sierra was directed by Pete Bell with additional cinematography from Leon Godwin and was independently produced by Cirque Productions (Trek and Share The Road)

Death on a Factory Farm (2009)

Death on a Factory Farm is a 2009 television documentary film concerning the animal rights abuses at the Wiles hog farm, and the subsequent investigation and trial.

Rustlers on Horseback (1950)

Rustlers on Horseback is a 1950 American western film directed by Fred C. Brannon and starring Allan Lane, Claudia Barrett and Eddy Waller. The film's art direction was by Frank Arrigo.

Angelina Ballerina: Dreams Do Come True (2012)

In this delightful 2012 feature-length movie, the little mouse character Angelina Ballerina wins an award and has the opportunity to join a ballet company and attend a new boarding school. This takes her away from her friends and the school she loves. She has a big decision to make and as she sings and dances her way across the screen, she makes her choice as to what is right for her. Angelina is a great role model for small children and demonstrates to them how to work hard to make dreams come true and how to make difficult decisions.

Black Magic (1944)

Armed with his ancient Chinese proverb, "Shady business do not make for sunny life," Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler) sets out to thwart a dangerous clan of goulish swindlers and clear his daughter's name in a murder.

Where We Started (2014)

Both trapped in difficult marriages, two strangers (Matthew Brumlow, Cora Vander Broek) consider acting on their mutual attraction to each other.

The Girl from Manhattan (1948)

The Girl from Manhattan is a 1948 American film starring Dorothy Lamour and George Montgomery. It was directed by Alfred E. Green.

Sto je Iva snimila 21. listopada 2003. (2005)

What Iva Recorded is a 2005 Croatian comedy-drama film directed by Tomislav Radić. The plot is told from the perspective of a camcorder, the birthday present of Iva, a teenage girl played by Masha Mati Prodan in her film debut, leading to a mockumentary-style footage. The film was very well received by critics, winning five awards, including the Big Golden Arena for Best Film at the Pula Film Festival. It was seen as a welcome change, compared to Radić's previous work.

All Sinner's Night (2014)

Two people who both lost loved ones on Halloween suspect that a satanic cult is responsible for their deaths.

My Boo (2013)

Fred's obsession with Lisa, his high-school crush, leads him to secretly record her every move. As he uses this ill-gotten information to wiggle his way into her life, he goes to extreme measures to keep everyone else away from her.

Break My Fall (2011)

Liza and Sally's relationship crumbles while celebrating a birthday.

The Echo of Astro Boy's Footsteps (2011)

The life and work of composer Matsuo Ohno.

Cheriya Kallanum Valiya Poleesum (2010)

A man who is unhappy about his life writes to his wife stating that he is going to commit suicide; the whole village waits for his corpse to arrive.

Berlin Junction (2013)

Jos, a Dutch painter, has to choose between an unattached way of life or settling down.

The Sea and the Weather (1989)

El mar y el tiempo (English: The Sea and the Weather) is a 1989 drama film written and directed by Fernando Fernán Gómez.

Asphalt Wars (2005)

A young mechanic with dreams of joining the professional racing circuit agrees to be the getaway driver in a dangerous heist in order to get the money to make his dreams come true.

Black Litter (1977)

Black Litter (Spanish: Camada negra) is a 1977 Spanish drama film directed by Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón. It was entered into the 27th Berlin International Film Festival where Aragón won the Silver Bear for Best Director.

A Crime Of Passion (2003)

Distrustful of her associates (Gordon Currie, Tom Butler), a businesswoman (Cynthia Gibb) investigates the mysterious death of her friend.

The Bells of Death (1968)

After the murder of his family, a martial artist searches for his kidnapped sister.

One Weekend (2014)

A reclusive teenage boy, suffering from identity crisis, discovers his father is not his real father and sets out to meet his biological father for the first time.

Awkward Thanksgiving (2014)

A family tangled in a web of drama from financial issues and relationships experiences a long, awkward period of silence during Thanksgiving dinner.

Twenty Minutes of Love (1914)

Twenty Minutes of Love is a 1914 American comedy silent film made by Keystone Studios. The film is widely reported as Charlie Chaplin's directorial debut; some sources name Joseph Maddern as the director, but generally credit Chaplin as the creative force.

Costa Dulce (2014)

David divides his time between his home and job fixing a house. When a mysterious device arrives for the homeowner, David's curiosity leads him down a path of greed, obsession and death.

Skills Like This (2007)

Skills like This is a 2007 comedy film directed by Monty Miranda, written by Spencer Berger and distributed by Shadow Distribution released theatrically on March 20, 2009. The DVD released on November 17, 2009 and the Premium Cable premiere on Starz and Starz On Demand 1.1. 2010. It stars Berger, Gabriel Tigerman, Kerry Knuppe and Brian D. Phelan.

Even Dwarfs Started Small (1970)

Even Dwarfs Started Small (German: ''Auch Zwerge haben klein angefangen'') is a 1970 West German comedy-drama film written, produced, and directed by Werner Herzog.

All at Sea (1929)

A sailor falls under the spell of a vaudeville magician.

The Scopia Effect (2014)

Bashia, an ordinary white-collar worker, suffers from mild depression until she undergoes hypnotic regression. But the treatments come with a horrifying price as dark forces seek to destroy her.

The Fighting Pilot (1935)

The Fighting Pilot is a 1935 American action film directed by Noel M. Smith and starring Richard Talmadge, Gertrude Messinger and Robert Frazer.

Thunder (1982)

A train operator's obsession with being on time leads to tragedy for his family.

Eliminators (1986)

Eliminators is a 1986 science fiction action film directed by directed by Peter Manoogian, starring Andrew Prine, Denise Crosby and Patrick Reynolds. The plot centers around a "Mandroid" constructed by an evil scientist from the body of a downed pilot, who teams up with the scientist responsible for android technology, her pet robot Spot, a riverboat guide, and a martial arts warrior.

Untamed Africa (1933)

Re-edited from "Adventures in Africa," a series of two-reel shorts.

Don't Pass Me By (2013)

Don't Pass Me By is a 2013 independent film written by Rachel Noll and Katy K. Burton, directed by Eric Priestley. The film features Keith David, as well as Hollywood legacies Sean Stone and Jake Busey.

Red Lights Ahead (1936)

Red Lights Ahead is a 1936 American film directed by Roland D. Reed. It was the last film released by the Chesterfield Motion Picture Company before they became part of Republic Pictures.

Sailor's Luck (1933)

U.S. sailor Jimmy Harrigan, on shore leave in San Pedro, meets and falls for Sally Brent. She promises to wait for him when he ships out to San Francisco, but Jimmy becomes jealous…

Stowaway to the Moon (1975)

Stowaway to the Moon is a 1975 television film directed by Andrew V. McLaglen and starring Lloyd Bridges among others. The plot centers around a preteen boy who stows away on an Apollo mission to the Moon. The film also features Pete Conrad, the third person to walk on the Moon. The film was based on the novel of the same name written by William Roy Shelton.

Don't cry Germaine (2000)

After a daughter's apparent suicide, her family (Rosa Renom, Dirk Roofthooft, Catherine Grosjean) embarks on a disastrous road trip to Spain.

(T)ERROR (2015)

(T)ERROR is an American 2015 documentary film directed by Lyric R. Cabral and David Felix Sutcliffe. The film follows undercover FBI informant Saeed "Shariff" Torres as he engages in a sting operation targeting a white Muslim man named Khalifah Ali Al-Akili. The film won the Special Jury Award for Breakout First Feature at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, where it premiered. It is the first documentary to follow an active FBI case while in progress. This is the first film for Cabral and the second for Sutcliffe. Sutcliffe said the film's intention was to show informants and their targets, and focus on the "decisions, tactics and objectives of counterterrorism cases." The film was re-titled FBI Undercover when broadcast in the UK by the BBC as part of their Storyville TV series. The story was also retold on This American Life.

Rookies in Burma (1943)

Rookies in Burma is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Leslie Goodwins from an original screenplay by Edward James. Produced and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, it was released on December 7, 1943, being a sequel to the earlier 1943 film, Adventures of a Rookie. Bert Gilroy, who had been a producer at RKO since 1938, would leave the studio after completing this film. He would produce only one other film in his career, Hollywood Bound, in 1946 for Astor Pictures. This would also mark the last film in which the actor Erford Gage would perform. After it wrapped, Gage reported for duty in the US Army. He would die in March 1945 in the Philippines, as a result of wounds suffered in action. As in the earlier film, this picture stars the comedy duo of Wally Brown and Alan Carney.

Camilla Dickinson (2012)

Fifteen-year-old Camilla Dickinson leads a sheltered life in New York City until her parents’ marriage begins to fall apart. When Camilla meets her best friend’s rebellious brother, Frank, she finds a way to escape her troubles.

Love is Not Blind (2011)

Love Is Not Blind is a 2011 Chinese romantic comedy film directed by Teng Huatao. The film was adapted from an online novel written by Bao Jingjing which has been popular among cyber users since its appearance. Due to the popularity of the source, Teng adapted the novel into a movie, which was said to be prepared specially for Nov.11—the Singles' Day in China. The film became a major commercial success in China, considering its low budget. Now Teng is considering adapting the novel into a TV play.

Scouts Honor: Inside a Marching Brotherhood (2016)

Three young men enter the competitive world of drum and bugle corps. They spend nine months in countless hours of rehearsal, physical training, and adapting to life on the road for a shot at performing in the Drum Corps International Championship.

Parole Fixer (1940)

Parole Fixer is a 1940 American film directed by Robert Florey. Federal Bureau of Investigation Director J. Edgar Hoover is credited for the source material, the 1938 book called Persons in Hiding, a purported expose of corruption within the parole system. The plot focuses on the gangster "Big Boy" Bradmore (Quinn) who is wrongly paroled from prison and promptly murders an FBI agent.

I Am the People (2014)

Egyptians living in the country's Southern areas watch the tense political changes on television as President Mubarak is removed from power.

Undercover Doctor (1939)

Undercover Doctor is a 1939 American crime film directed by Louis King and written by William R. Lipman and Horace McCoy. The film stars Lloyd Nolan, Janice Logan, J. Carrol Naish, Heather Angel, Broderick Crawford and Robert Wilcox. The film was released on June 9, 1939, by Paramount Pictures.

A Minor Miracle (1983)

A group of orphans led by a devoted priest struggle to overcome poverty and eviction from their home.

Zinda Bhaag (2013)

Zinda Bhaag is a 2013 Pakistani Punjabi-language drama film co-directed by Meenu Gaur and Farjad Nabi, and produced by Mazhar Zaidi. The film focuses on the issue of illegal migration. It is the debut film of Zain Afzal. The film had a premiere show on 19 September 2013 and a wide release on 20 September. The film was selected as the Pakistani entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, the first in over 50 years.

Baggage (2008)

A philanderer (Barry Bostwick) tries to reconnect with his wife (Cheryl Ladd) and children after becoming a grandfather.

Back in Business (2007)

Back in Business is a 2007 comedy film, starring Martin Kemp, Chris Barrie and Dennis Waterman.

Ryan and Sean's Not So Excellent Adventure (2008)

Internet celebrities Ryan and Sean have wacky adventures while filming a movie.

One Man's Treasure (2009)

A group of missionaries goes on a treasure hunt.

Mitti Wajaan Maardi (2007)

Mitti Wajaan Maardi, is an Indian Punjabi film directed by Manmohan Singh.

Flesh-Eating Mothers (1988)

A sexually transmitted virus causes an outbreak of cannibalism among the adulterous housewives of suburban Baltimore.

The Naturalist (2013)

A gay man living in a genetically modified society is given the chance to alter his sexuality.

Death Force (1978)

Death Force is a 1978 martial arts exploitation film directed by Cirio H. Santiago and written by Howard R. Cohen. The film is an international co-production of the Philippines and the United States, and stars blaxploitation actor James Iglehart alongside Carmen Argenziano, Leon Isaac Kennedy, and Jayne Kennedy. Iglehart plays Doug Russell, a veteran of the Vietnam War turned gold smuggler who is left for dead by his partners and, after being trained to wield a samurai sword by a Japanese soldier, seeks revenge on those who betrayed him.

S:TREAM:S:S:ECTION:S:ECTION:S:S:ECTIONED (1971)

Lines appear over images of flowing water.

The Adventurer (1928)

The Adventurer is a 1928 American adventure silent film directed by Viktor Tourjansky and written by Ruth Cummings and Jack Cunningham. The film stars Tim McCoy, Dorothy Sebastian, Charles Delaney, George Cowl and Michael Visaroff. The film was released on July 14, 1928, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Dhamaal (2007)

Dhamaal is a 2007 Indian comedy film directed by Indra Kumar and produced by Ashok Thakeria. The film stars Sanjay Dutt, Ritesh Deshmukh, Arshad Warsi, Aashish Chaudhary and Javed Jaffrey in the lead roles while Asrani, Sanjay Mishra, Vijay Raaz, Manoj Pahwa and Tiku Talsania are featured in supporting roles. It is heavily inspired from It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World 1963 American epic comedy film, It is the first installment of Dhamaal film series. The film was remade on 2008 Kannada movie Mast Maja Maadi.

Crazy About Paris (2002)

Three friends set forth on an adventure after fleeing a home for the disabled.

Adrenaline (2003)

After his lover's death, a young man performs a series of increasingly dangerous stunts with a group of thrill-seekers.

Issues (2005)

A beautiful woman (Shawna Rodgers) complicates the lives of her new male roommates (Ben Watkins, Laz Alonso).

Nothing More (2001)

Nothing More is a 2001 Cuban comedy film directed by Juan Carlos Cremata Malberti. It was selected as the Cuban entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 75th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

Let's Have Some Church Detroit Style (2015)

The work and achievements of the Hallelujah Singers.

Enough Rope (1963)

Enough Rope (French: Le meurtrier) is a 1963 French thriller film directed by Claude Autant-Lara. The film is an adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's novel The Blunderer.

Dimanche à Pekin (1956)

A glimpse into Mao's China in Beijing.

Encrucijada para una monja (1967)

A nun raped by Congo natives becomes pregnant and must decide whether to give up her baby or leave the order.

The Shelter (2014)

Filmmaker Fernand Melgar charts a cold winter spent at an emergency shelter for homeless migrants in the wealthy city of Lausanne.

Frozen Assets (1992)

Frozen Assets is a 1992 comedy film directed by George T. Miller. It stars Shelley Long and Corbin Bernsen. It is considered by some film critics to be one of the worst movies ever made.

La historia del baúl rosado (2005)

A detective (Edgardo Romn) must contend with a nosy journalist (Diego Vlez) while trying to solve a murder.

The Rooftops (2013)

Es-stouh is a 2013 Algerian film directed by Merzak Allouache.

Pinned (2009)

"Pinned" is the wild, true-life David & Goliath story of what two young wrestlers from Ohio will endure to become champions. Facing brutal training, starvation, and 600-lb. bears, they compete in a world where becoming a champion is worth any price.

She Makes Comics (2014)

She Makes Comics traces the fascinating history of women in the comics industry. Despite popular assumptions about the comics world, women have been writing, drawing, and reading comics since the medium’s beginnings in the late 19th century. And today, there are scores of women involved in comics and its vibrant fan culture.