Michel Petrucciani (2011)

Despite having brittle-bone disease, a French musician becomes a successful jazz pianist.

The Dish & the Spoon (2012)

The Dish & the Spoon is a 2011 American film directed by Alison Bagnall, starring Greta Gerwig, Olly Alexander, Eleonore Hendricks and Amy Seimetz.

The Diplomat (2000)

Tom Zubrycki captures the climactic struggle of Jose Ramos Horta, a Nobel Prize-winning political activist from East Timor who spends 24 years battling for his colony's independence. In 1975, East Timor suffers an invasion from Indonesia, and, after a 1991 civilian massacre at the hands of the Indonesian army, Horta and his cause are brought to international light. After Suharto's 1999 resignation as Indonesian president, East Timor finally finds independence, but Horta's trials continue.

COMPLEXO: Parallel universe (2011)

Complexo - Universo Paralelo is a 2011 Portuguese documentary film about life in the most dangerous favela in Rio de Janeiro, Complexo do Alemão, directed by Mário Patrocínio.

Awaken the Dragon (2011)

Cancer survivors take part in an ancient Chinese sport known as dragon-boat racing as a means to find the inner strength necessary to fight the disease.

Of Snails and Men (2012)

Of Snails and Men is a 2012 Romanian comedy film directed by Tudor Giurgiu.

Shakespeare High (2012)

High school students prepare for the Drama Teachers Association of Southern California Shakespeare Competition.

Insurance Investigator (1951)

Insurance Investigator is a 1951 American crime film directed by George Blair and written by Gertrude Walker. The film stars Richard Denning, Audrey Long, John Eldredge, Hillary Brooke, Reed Hadley and Jonathan Hale. The film was released on March 23, 1951, by Republic Pictures.

Born to the Saddle (1953)

Born to the Saddle is a 1953 American film directed by William Beaudine.

Here We Drown Algerians: October 17th, 1961 (2011)

A French police attack on peaceful Algerian marchers on Oct. 17, 1961, causes many deaths, but the atrocity is not uncovered until the 1990s.

Lost Persons Area (2009)

People do not get what they want -- they get what they need.

The Son of the Sheik (1926)

One of the most popular films from the silent era, director George Fitzmaurice’s The Son of the Sheik stars Rudolph Valentino who gives perhaps the finest performance of his career. Unfortunately it would be his last, he died suddenly at the age of 31, just days before the film’s release.In this visually intoxicating sequel to Valentino’s career-defining film The Sheik, the silent screen’s greatest lover portrays a cultured yet untamed young man who is lured into a thieve’s trap by  a beautiful dancer, Yasmin (Vilma Banky). After escaping, he kidnaps the damsel and holds her captive in his desert lair, dressing her in Arabian finery and threatening to unleash his violent passion upon her. Exotic romance saturates every frame of this Orientalist epic; its sadomasochistic fantasies are acted out against the lavish set design of William Cameron Menzies (The Thief of Bagdad) and lushly photographed by George Barnes (Sadie Thompson).From a new restoration available for the first time on home video, and featuring a magnificent score by maestro Carl Davis, The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present George Fitzmaurice’s The Son of the Sheik in a Dual Format release for the first time in the UK.

No Secrets (1991)

Three teenage girls play dangerous games with a handsome stranger (Adam Coleman Howard) who has something to hide.

Doctor Without Scruples (1959)

A renowned physician falls under scrutiny when it's discovered his assistant is a former Nazi.

Tango Macbeth (2012)

A film crew documents the creation of a new dance theater film piece.

Thin Ice (1937)

Thin Ice (1937) is a United States comedy/romance film directed by Sidney Lanfield starring Tyrone Power and figure skater Sonja Henie.

The Friends at the Margherita Cafe (2009)

The Friends at the Margherita Cafe (Italian: Gli amici del bar Margherita, also known as The Friends of Bar Margherita) is a 2009 Italian comedy film directed by Pupi Avati.

Girls Under 21 (1940)

Girls Under 21 is a 1940 American drama directed by Max Nosseck, starring Bruce Cabot and Rochelle Hudson.

Code Of Ethics (1998)

An increasingly realistic computer game leads a woman into a web of political intrigue.

Turn of Faith (2002)

Turn of Faith is a 2001 film directed by Charles Jarrott. It stars Ray Mancini and Mia Sara.

First (2012)

Filmmaker Caroline Rowland follows 12 athletes, including cyclist Laura Trott and swimmer Missy Franklin, as they compete in their first Olympic Games.

Miss Lettie and Me (2002)

Miss Lettie and Me is a 2002 American made-for-television drama film starring Mary Tyler Moore and Burt Reynolds. It is based on Katherine Paterson's short story "Poor Little Innocent Lamb".

Mission of Danger (1960)

After his Rangers (Buddy Ebsen, Don Burnett) are caught during a raid, a major (Keith Larsen) must infiltrate the French army to save his men.

Contra Conspiracy (1990)

Contra Conspiracy (also known as Contra Control) is a 1988 action film written and directed by Thomas Dewier which is now distributed by Troma Entertainment. The film was produced by City Lights. The plot follows a Hollywood film crew shooting a movie in the Mojave Desert, only to be disrupted by a group of terrorists. The film's plot bears a resemblance to the 2008 comedy Tropic Thunder.[citation needed]

Renfrew of the Royal Mounted (1937)

Renfrew of the Royal Mounted is a 1937 American film produced and directed by Albert Herman and starring James Newill, Carol Hughes, and William Royle. Released by Grand National Pictures, it is the first of eight films based on Renfrew of the Royal Mounted, a popular series of boy's adventure books written by Laurie York Erskine. The film was shot on location at Big Bear Lake, California.

Prairie Pioneers (1941)

Prairie Pioneers is a 1941 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by Lester Orlebeck.

Trapped Ashes (2006)

Trapped Ashes is a 2006 American horror anthology film with segments directed by Sean S. Cunningham, Joe Dante, Monte Hellman, Ken Russell, and John Gaeta.

Prelude to Fame (1950)

Prelude to Fame is a 1950 British drama film directed by Fergus McDonell and starring Guy Rolfe, Kathleen Byron and Kathleen Ryan. It is based on the 1924 story Young Archimides by Aldous Huxley, about a musical prodigy.

Faster & Faster (2004)

Faster & Faster brilliantly captures the events which made the 2003 and 2004 MotoGP seasons so extraordinary - the tire-smoking arrival of the 215mph Ducati missiles; the shocking death of rising star Daijiro Katoh; the drama of Sete Gibernau's wild battles with Valentino Rossi; and the Italian's switch from the all-conquering Honda to the underdog Yamaha - a move which was to seal the Rossi legend. This is the story of an epic time in MotoGP, in the words and actions of the world's greatest motorcycle racers.

Avengers Grimm (2015)

Avengers Grimm is a 2015 American science fiction action adventure fantasy film written, co-edited, and directed by Jeremy M. Inman. The film, produced by B-movie film company The Asylum, stars Casper Van Dien, Lou Ferrigno, Kimo Leopoldo, Lauren Parkinson, Milynn Sarley, Marah Fairclough, Rileah Vanderbilt, and Elizabeth Peterson. The film is a mockbuster of the Marvel Studios superhero film Avengers: Age of Ultron and the ABC TV series Once Upon a Time.

Wrath of the Titans (2010)

Calibus returns from the dead and seeks revenge against Perseus and his newborn son.

Blind Man (2007)

Two filmmakers (Brian McGuire, Bret Roberts) hit the road to show their movie at the CineVegas International Film Festival.

Discarded Lovers (1932)

Discarded Lovers is a 1932 American Pre-Code mystery film directed by Fred C. Newmeyer.

Milltown Pride (2011)

Will Wright (Thomas Sneed) struggles to be the best ballplayer on the mill team to make it to the minor league.

Leather (2013)

Birch, a young man living in the Catskill Mountains, reunites with Andrew, his childhood friend from the city.

Frequencies (2013)

Frequencies, also known as OXV: The Manual, is a 2013 independent British science fiction romance film directed and written by Darren Paul Fisher. The film stars Daniel Fraser, Eleanor Wyld, and Owen Pugh. The film takes place in a world where human worth and emotional connections are determined by set "frequencies". The film was produced by Darren Paul Fisher and Alice Hazel Henley, and was released on 24 July 2013.

Australis: An Antarctic Ski Odyssey (2010)

A team of skiers ventured to the bottom of the world in search of the ski lines of their dreams. The team discovered a new understanding of the beauty of ski mountaineering and of the depths of human connection to nature. This is their story.

San Fernando Valley (1944)

San Fernando Valley is a 1944 American western film directed by John English and starring Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and Jean Porter. The film was part of the long-running series of Roy Rogers films produced by Republic Pictures.

Seven Days of Sin (2012)

Seven Days of Sin is a 2012 Czech historical drama film directed by Jiří Chlumský.

Dear Murderer (1947)

Dear Murderer is a 1947 British thriller, directed by Arthur Crabtree for Gainsborough Pictures, and starring Eric Portman and Greta Gynt. The film was come to be regarded as one of the best movies made under the supervision of Sydney Box at Gainsborough.

Dear Brat (1951)

Dear Brat is a 1951 film directed by William A. Seiter. It stars Mona Freeman and Billy De Wolfe. It is the third in the sequel of this family, starting with Dear Ruth (1947), Dear Wife (1949).

Captain Calamity (1936)

Captain Calamity is a 1936 American South Seas adventure film directed by John Reinhardt and starring George Houston released by Grand National Pictures. It was filmed in an early colour process called Hirlicolor at Talisman Studios and Santa Catalina Island, California.

The Magic of Méliès (1997)

Many years before the movie industry became saturated with hundreds of movies using the same special effects and the same storyline, over and over, there existed an era in which people were truly wowed by venturing into a movie theater. In the past, movies represented an escape from everyday life. This film tells the story of a magician who singlehandedly revolutionized the filmmaking industry. Melies was a man who operated special effects decades before that phrase even existed in Hollywood. Using simple tools such as astronomy, his own paintings, and costume design, Melies created stunning visuals that captivated audiences worldwide.

The Missouri Traveler (1958)

The Missouri Traveler is a 1958 American coming-of-age period piece comedy-drama film directed by Jerry Hopper starring Brandon deWilde and Lee Marvin. It is based on the novel of the same name by John Burress. The cinematography was by Technicolor developer Winton C. Hoch with harmonica and banjo score by Jack Marshall of The Munsters fame. The film was distributed by Disney's Buena Vista Corporation. It is the second of only 3 films produced by Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney's C. V. Whitney Pictures; the first being The Searchers in 1956 with John Wayne and directed by John Ford, the last being The Young Land in 1959 with Patrick Wayne and Dennis Hopper. Whitney married Mary Hosford, whom he gave a prominent part in this film, the same year it was released. The following year, in 1959, deWilde's career would graduate to more adult themes in Blue Denim.

Crying Fist (2005)

Crying Fist is a 2005 South Korean film written and directed by Ryoo Seung-wan. The film had 1,728,477 admissions nationwide.

Destination Inner Space (1966)

Destination Inner Space is a 1966 science fiction film directed by Francis D. Lyon and written by Arthur C. Pierce. The film stars Scott Brady, Gary Merrill, Sheree North, and Wende Wagner, along with Mike Road, John Howard, William Thourbly, and Biff Elliot. The film was released in May 1966.

Invasion Of The Star Creatures (1962)

Invasion of the Star Creatures is a 1962, science fiction/comedy film directed by Bruno VeSota and starring Bob Ball and Frankie Ray. It was released theatrically by American International Pictures. It was released as a double feature with The Brain That Wouldn't Die. The original theatrical version (currently on DVD) runs 70 minutes. The television version syndicated in the 1960s added a 10-minute sequence, bringing the running time up to 80 minutes.

42nd Street: River to River (2009)

Filmmaker Gary Keys chronicles the colorful history of New York City's 42nd Street, from Colonial-era farmland to a bustling and colorful commercial center.

Saint Street (2012)

A devastating accident causes a workaholic (Mark Webb) to lose his family, his job and the use of his legs.

Danger Street (1947)

Danger Street is a 1947 American mystery film directed by Lew Landers and written by Winston Miller, Kae Salkow and Maxwell Shane. The film stars Jane Withers, Robert Lowery, Bill Edwards, Elaine Riley, Audrey Young and Lyle Talbot. The film was released on June 20, 1947, by Paramount Pictures.

Murder with Pictures (1936)

Murder with Pictures is a 1936 American film directed by Charles Barton.

Doctor At Sea (1955)

Doctor at Sea is a 1955 British comedy film, directed by Ralph Thomas, produced by Betty E. Box, and based on Richard Gordon's novel by the same name. This was the second of seven films in the Doctor series, following the hugely popular Doctor in the House from the previous year. Once again, Richard Gordon participated in the screenwriting, together with Nicholas Phipps and Jack Davies, and once again Dirk Bogarde played the lead character Dr Simon Sparrow. The cast also includes James Robertson Justice and Joan Sims from the first film, but this time playing different characters. This was Brigitte Bardot's first English-speaking film.

...One Third Of A Nation... (1939)

...One Third of a Nation... is a 1939 American drama film directed by Dudley Murphy and written by Oliver H.P. Garrett and Dudley Murphy. The film stars Sylvia Sidney, Leif Erickson, Myron McCormick, Hiram Sherman, the future director Sidney Lumet and Muriel Hutchison. The film was released on February 10, 1939, by Paramount Pictures.

Googoosh: Iran's Daughter (2000)

A filmmaker attempts to locate Iran's legendary pop star.

Kept Husbands (1931)

Kept Husbands is a 1931 American pre-Code drama film directed by Lloyd Bacon, starring Dorothy Mackaill and Joel McCrea, with major supporting roles filled by Robert McWade, Florence Roberts and Mary Carr. The original story was written by the film's associate producer, Louis Sarecky, and adapted for the screen by Forrest Halsey and Alfred Jackson. Although primarily a drama, the film has many comedic touches to it. The film centers around the class struggles and stereotypes between the working class and the wealthy, which was particularly striking during the Depression era when this film was made. The film also points out the stereotypical gender roles which were prevalent at that time.

The Congress (2013)

The Congress (Hebrew: כנס העתידנים) is a 2013 French-Israeli live-action/animation science fiction drama film written and directed by Ari Folman. The film premiered at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival on 15 May 2013. Independent film distributor Drafthouse Films announced, along with Films We Like In Toronto, their co-acquisition of the North American rights to the film and a US theatrical and VOD/digital release planned for 2014.

Emergency Hospital (1956)

Emergency Hospital is a 1956 American drama film directed by Lee Sholem and written by Don Martin. The film stars Walter Reed, Margaret Lindsay, John Archer, Byron Palmer, Rita Johnson and Peg La Centra. The film was released on November 2, 1956, by United Artists.

Bank Alarm (1937)

Bank Alarm is a 1937 American crime drama film directed by Louis J. Gasnier.

Mister Ten Per Cent (1967)

Mister Ten Per Cent is a 1967 British comedy film, directed by Peter Graham Scott and starring Charlie Drake.

The Private Affairs of Bel Ami (1947)

The Private Affairs of Bel Ami is a 1947 American drama film directed by Albert Lewin. The film stars George Sanders as a ruthless cad who uses women to rise in Parisian society. It is based on the Guy de Maupassant novel Bel Ami. The film had a 1946 premiere in Paris, Texas. The score is by Darius Milhaud.

Alien Blood (1999)

As pregnant Helene (Francesca Manning) and her young daughter Monique (Rebecca Stirling) travel through rural England they are pursued by sharpshooter Jouvet (Glyn Whiteside) and his band of white-masked assassins. Desperate, Helene and Monique break into a house of randy vampires, but Jouvet is closing in and it is only a matter of time before Helene is forced to kill, again and again, to defend her child.

Queen of Blood (1966)

Queen of Blood is a 1966 color science fiction-horror film, produced by George Edwards and Samuel Z. Arkoff, directed by Curtis Harrington, and starring John Saxon, Basil Rathbone, Dennis Hopper, and Judi Meredith. The film was released by American International Pictures as part of a double bill with the AIP feature Blood Bath. Director Harrington crafted this B-movie using footage from the Soviet feature films Mechte Navstrechu and Nebo Zovyot.

Common (2014)

Common is a 2014 BBC One 90-minute made-for-television drama, written by Jimmy McGovern, directed by David Blair and starring Nico Mirallegro, Michelle Fairley and Michael Gambon. It seeks to question some of the issues and challenges raised by England's common purpose legal doctrine.

Hot Rod Gang (1958)

Hot Rod Gang is a 1958 film starring John Ashley. The working title was Hot Rod Rock with the film also released under the title Fury Unleashed. American International Pictures released the film as a double feature with High School Hellcats. The movie features an appearance by Gene Vincent.

The Revolting Dead (2003)

An immortal druid priestess brings the dead back to life to exact revenge on a family running a mortuary and robbing graves.

Thunder in the East (1952)

Thunder in the East is a 1952 war drama film released by Paramount Pictures, and directed by Charles Vidor, based on novel Rage of the Vulture by Alan Moorehead.

A Simple Curve (2005)

A Simple Curve is a Canadian drama film, directed by Aubrey Nealon and released in 2005.

Meeting Resistance (2007)

Meeting Resistance is a 2007 documentary film about the Iraq War. The film presents the views of eleven Iraqi resistance fighters in the Adhamiyah neighborhood of Baghdad. The film was directed by journalists Molly Bingham (United States) and Steve Connors (UK). The interviewees are all anonymous and (with one exception) faceless or out-of-focus on camera. They are presented as nicknames: The Teacher, The Warrior, The Traveler, The Imam, The Wife, The Syrian, The Fugitive, The Local, The Republican Guard, The Lieutenant, and The Professor. The US military currently organizes showings for its forces in Iraq so they can know who they are fighting.

The Midnight Disease (2011)

Novelist Jack Jones is about to give up on his career due to writer's block when a jar of blood appears on his doorstep. The events that follow get his creative juices flowing and leave a trail of blood in his wake.

Under Texas Skies (1940)

Under Texas Skies is a 1940 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by George Sherman and produced and released by Republic Pictures.

Young Fury (1965)

Young Fury is a 1965 American Western film directed by Christian Nyby and written by Steve Fisher. The film stars Rory Calhoun, Virginia Mayo, William Bendix, Lon Chaney Jr., Richard Arlen and John Agar. The film was released in February 1965, by Paramount Pictures.

Riders of the Black Hills (1938)

Riders of the Black Hills is a 1938 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by George Sherman.

Fear House (2008)

People suffer horrible deaths when they try to escape from a supernatural force at an isolated house.

Dark Power (2013)

FBI Agents John Archer (Sean Patrick Flanery) and Mila Driver (Kristanna Loken) work together to solve the murder of a crime-ridden city's mayor.

Meet Dr. Christian (1939)

Meet Dr. Christian is a 1939 American film directed by Bernard Vorhaus, the first of six films in the Dr. Christian series.

Sound City (2013)

Sound City is a 2013 documentary film produced and directed by Dave Grohl, in his directorial debut, about the history of recording studio Sound City Studios in Van Nuys, Los Angeles.

The Whole Gritty City (2013)

In New Orleans, the members of three school marching bands illustrate the power of music as they prepare for the Mardi Gras parades.

Summer City (1977)

Summer City also known as Coast of Terror is a 1977 Australian surfer film, filmed in Newcastle, Australia. The film also features (a then-unknown) Mel Gibson in his debut role.

Carson City Cyclone (1943)

Carson City Cyclone is a 1943 American Western film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by Norman S. Hall and Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Don "Red" Barry, Lynn Merrick, Noah Beery, Sr., Bryant Washburn, Emmett Lynn and Stuart Hamblen. The film was released on March 3, 1943, by Republic Pictures.

Coral Reefs (1939)

Coral Reefs (French title: Le Récif de corail) is a 1938 French language motion picture adventure drama directed by Maurice Gleize. The screenplay was written by Charles Spaak, based on novel by Jean Martet. The film stars Jean Gabin, Michèle Morgan, Pierre Renoir and Gina Manès. It tells the story of a charged innocent Mexican sailor who escapes to a lagoon in the Pacific Ocean. He meets with a lonely girl in the woods, having an affair. However his current gunrunning operation is noticed by an earnest detective.

White Lion (2010)

Home is a journey.

Kid Rodelo (1966)

Kid Rodelo is a 1966 American western film directed by co-star Richard Carlson and based on a novel by Louis L'Amour.

Alias Billy the Kid (1946)

Alias Billy the Kid is a 1946 American Western film directed by Thomas Carr and written by Earle Snell and Betty Burbridge. The film stars Sunset Carson, Peggy Stewart, Tom London, Roy Barcroft, Russ Whiteman and Tom Chatterton. The film was released on April 17, 1946, by Republic Pictures.

Custer's Last Stand (1936)

Custer's Last Stand is a 1936 American film serial based on the historical Custer's Last Stand at the Little Bighorn River. It was produced by the Poverty Row studio Stage & Screen Productions, which went bust shortly afterwards as a victim of the Great Depression. This serial stars many famous and popular B-Western actors as well as silent serial star Helen Gibson. In April of the same year, the serial was edited into an 84-minute feature film, which was released under the same name.

Three Came to Kill (1960)

Three Came to Kill is a 1960 American crime thriller film about an assassination attempt on a foreign prime minister.

Stepping High (2013)

Tensions rise when a choreographer (Palmer Davis) introduces a new style of dancing at a conservative high school.

High Hell (1958)

High Hell is a 1958 American film set in the Canadian Rockies. It was a British B-movie intended for North American audiences, with exteriors filmed in the Swiss Jungfrau and interiors on a British sound stage.

Let's Dance (1950)

Let's Dance is a 1950 musical romantic comedy Technicolor film starring Betty Hutton and Fred Astaire, and released by Paramount Pictures.

The Big Caper (1957)

The Big Caper is a 1957 crime drama film noir directed by Robert Stevens starring Rory Calhoun, Mary Costa and James Gregory

An American Christmas Carol (1979)

It is Christmas Eve 1933, and the townspeople of Concord, NH are trying to hold onto their holiday spirit in the face of the Great Depression. But old Mr. Benedict Slade (Henry Winkler) is ruining what hope they have left by mercilessly repossessing their prized goods. Alone in his apartment, Slade is visited by three ghosts--Christmas Past, Present and Future--who take him on a journey through time that will show him the tragic consequences of his actions if he doesn't mend his ways forever.

American Grindhouse (2011)

AMERICAN GRINDHOUSE explores the history of exploitation films. From the early “Nudie Cuties” to the Blaxploitation boom in the 70s,AMERICAN GRINDHOUSE boasts interviews with film critics Herschell Gordon Lewis, Joe Dante, Larry Cohen, John Landis, Fred Williamson, Kim Morgan and many more, and features over 200 clips.

A Place Called Chiapas (1998)

A Place Called Chiapas is a 1998 Canadian documentary film of first-hand accounts of the Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN) the (Zapatista Army of National Liberation or Zapatistas) and the lives of its soldiers and the people for whom they fight. Director Nettie Wild takes the viewer to rebel territory in the southwestern Mexican state of Chiapas, where the EZLN live and evade the Mexican Army.

The Law Rides Again (1943)

The Law Rides Again is a 1943 American Western film, directed by Alan James and starring Ken Maynard and Hoot Gibson.

Spooks Run Wild (1941)

Spooks Run Wild is an American horror comedy film and the seventh film in the East Side Kids series, starring Bela Lugosi, Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, and Bobby Jordan. Released in 1941, it was directed by Phil Rosen, in his first and only outing in the series, and produced by Sam Katzman (under the company name Banner Pictures). It is based on an original script by Carl Foreman and Charles R. Marion.

Grad Night (2006)

A group of urban high-school students plans the ultimate graduation party.

Monte Carlo Nights (1934)

Monte Carlo Nights is a 1934 American Pre-Code film directed by William Nigh.

Tracey Ullman: Live and Exposed (2005)

Tracey Ullman: Live and Exposed is an HBO stand-up special starring actress-comedian Tracey Ullman. The stage show documents Ullman's life, with reenactments of her childhood; her early days as a dancer; her time on the stage; her music stint; and her television career.

Mr. Reckless (1948)

Mr. Reckless is a 1948 American film directed by Frank McDonald.

Bikini Swamp Girl Massacre (2014)

When young women head into the Everglades, they are killed, one by one, by the vengeful spirit of a Seminole warrior.

Dead Girls (2014)

Diary pages connect a trilogy of tales about abused and abandoned women who reach out for revenge from the grave.