Something to Sing About (2000)
Something to Sing About is a 2000 American Christian drama film directed by Charlie Jordan, and starring Irma P. Hall, Darius McCrary, Kirk Franklin, Tamera Mowry, Rashaan Nall, and Helen Martin. It was produced by John Shepherd of World Wide Pictures. The storyline revolves around a young man, Tommy, an ex-convict who is trying to make a more fulfilling life for himself.
My Teacher, My Obsession (2018)
My Teacher, My Obsession is a 2018 American drama film directed by Damian Romay, written by Patrick Robert Young and starring Rusty Joiner, Lucy Loken and Laura Bilgeri. The plot revolves around Riley (Laura Bilgeri) who has transferred to a new high school where her father is working as an English teacher. Riley initially she has a hard time finding new friends, but eventuelly meets Kyla (Lucy Loken) and they become close friends. It turns out, though, that Kyla is obsessed with her father.
Shikari: The Hunter (1991)
Shikari, also known as Po Zakonu Dzhungley in Russian, is a 1991 Indian-Soviet feature film, jointly directed by Umesh Mehra and Latif Faiziyev, mostly shot in Russia, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Irina Kushnareva, Varsha Usgaonkar, Naseeruddin Shah, and Amrish Puri.
DeKalb Elementary (2017)
DeKalb Elementary is an American live-action short film directed by Reed Van Dyk and starring Tarra Riggs and Bo Mitchell. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film at the 90th Academy Awards in 2018.
You Can't Fight Christmas (2017)
You Can't Fight Christmas, starring Brély Evans (Being Mary Jane, Born Again Virgin), Andra Fuller (Here We Go Again, Black Jesus), Persia White (Girlfriends), Richard Gant(The Mindy Project) and Marla Gibbs (227), begins with the annual holiday decorating of the Chesterton Hotel by interior design expert Leslie Major (Evans). She is hard at work managing the transformation when she meets and develops a crush on the hotel owner's handsome grandson, Edmund James (Fuller). Soon she discovers that Edmund and his uptight business partner, Millicent (White), have plans to completely revamp the hotel into an upscale business resort once he inherits it from his grandfather. Scheming Millicent also has plans for Edmund that involve a wedding ring. Is he ready to take their partnership to the next level? Can Leslie save the hotel and its Christmas legacy? Will Edmund find his Christmas spirit?
Mother Krampus 2: Slay Ride (2017)
While finishing their community service, four young women encounter a seemingly pleasant old woman. They soon realize there is far more to her than meets the eye, and she harbors a sinister secret.
Ladrón que roba a ladrón (2007)
The rule among criminals is don't steal from your own kind. But extreme situations call for extreme measures. And so it goes thata bunch of thieves decide to rob one of the best in the business. The challenge is immense and the rewards great...if they can pull it off.
WHITELEY is a visual journey into the private life and creative legacy of Australia’s most iconic artist, Brett Whiteley, told “in his own words” using personal letters, notebooks and photographs, interwoven with reconstructions, animations, archival interviews and rare footage.
Beyond the Woods (2018)
Beyond the Woods is a 2016 Irish horror film, written and directed by Sean Breathnach. and distributed internationally by Left Films It was shot in County Cork, Ireland.
Anarkali is a 1953 Indian historical drama film, directed by Nandlal Jaswantlal, and written by Nasir Hussain and Hameed Butt, based on the historical legend of the Mughal emperor Jahangir (Salim). As per the legend, Jahangir revolted against his father Akbar over his love for a common girl called Anarkali.
49 Pulses (2017)
Filmmakers use survivor interviews and police cameras to examine 2016's Orlando nightclub shooting.
If I Were a Boy (2017)
Who hasn't imagined what it would be like to be in the skin of the opposite sex, even if only for one day? Well, not Jeanne!
Freshly divorced and separated from her children every other week, for her it's over with guys, she never wants to hear about it again. But one fine morning, her life is about to take a funny turn, at first glance nothing has changed...only one small detail!
Set sometime in the near future...a new and tenacious corporation, the S.E.A., has implemented North America’s first and only police state. Uniformed, anonymous Preservers of Peace investigate, judge, and sentence people for even the smallest of crimes. Rhett Murphy, a disillusioned, middle-aged man, witnesses first-hand the state’s newest law enforcement mandate, which decrees citizens as “Defective.” The punishment? Instant public execution at the hands of ruthless enforcers. Finding himself in a precarious life-or-death situation, Rhett decides to flee across state borders to escape the tyranny. After a surprise visit from Jean, his estranged sister, Rhett is forced to flee with a reluctant Jean in tow. With the state in close pursuit, Rhett and Jean are caught between an underground network of revolutionaries—who work covertly to tear down the militant government before it can spread through the nation— and the growing power of a corporation that is subduing its people under its militaristic control.
Keep Talking (2017)
Four Alaska Native women fight to save Kodiak Alutiiq, an endangered language now spoken by less than 40 remaining fluent elders.
A schoolteacher who has become known for his good deeds and benevolence takes a walk on the dark side after undergoing a heart transplant.
Aajacha Divas Majha (2013)
Aajcha Divas Majha is a Marathi drama film released on 29 March 2013. Produced by Puja Chhabria and directed by Chandrakant Kulkarni. The film stars Sachin Khedekar, Ashwini Bhave and Mahesh Manjrekar. The films music is by Ashok Patki and Mangesh Dhadke.
Cross My Heart (1987)
Cross My Heart is an American romantic comedy that was released in the United States on November 13, 1987. It stars Annette O'Toole and Martin Short.
Max Magician and the Legend of the Rings (2002)
A shy, bullied boy receives an ancient tome with the power to transport him to an enchanted forest realm. There, he battles an evil underworld king to save the forest and its inhabitants.
Notes From The Field (2018)
Enlightening and empathetic, the film tackles questions of race and class through compelling first-person stories, drawing on the accounts of well-known figures like Rep. John Lewis, NAACP Legal Defense Fund president Sherrilyn Ifill, and activist Bree Newsome, as well as everyday people struggling in a broken system. Culled from hours of interviews conducted by Smith with more than 250 people across the country, Notes From the Field showcases her extraordinary gift for transforming herself into diverse characters as she recreates each person’s speech patterns, movements and emotions. Filmed in front of a live audience and intercut with haunting video footage and photographs, Notes From the Field features accompaniment by jazz bassist Marcus Shelby.
Definition of Fear (2018)
Definition of Fear is a 2015 British horror thriller film written and directed by British filmmaker James Simpson, starring Jacqueline Fernandez. The film premiered at the 4th Delhi International Film Festival in December 2015. The film was released on DVD on 30 January 2018. The film which marks the Hollywood debut of Jackqueline Fernandez is set for a August 2018 release date in India. A first look trailer is released online.
Sheikh Jackson (2017)
Sheikh Jackson is a 2017 Egyptian drama film directed by Amr Salama. It was screened in the Special Presentations section at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. It was selected as the Egyptian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 90th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.
West of Her (2016)
As two young strangers roam the country, laying tiles bearing a cryptic message, their contentious relationship deepens, challenging their beliefs until they must choose between their work and a future together.
Guys Reading Poems (2016)
A resourceful boy creatively uses poetry to survive when his mother, a disturbed avant-garde painter, locks him in a puppet box and builds an art installation around his imprisonment.
Dream Factory (2017)
Kanavu Variyam is a 2017 Indian Tamil film written and directed by Arun Chidambaram and produced by DCKAP cinemas. Also starring Arun Chidambaram in the lead role, alongside Jiya Shankar, the film revolves around power cuts and electricity deficit in the villages of Tamil Nadu, India. Featuring a predominantly new cast and crew, the film was distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures as their first South Indian film.
Elements of Matter (2018)
Lilly, a film star, heads to Palm Springs for the holidays. She's having a meltdown when a stranger startles her, causing the two to faint. When her eccentric family arrives, she asks him to pretend to be her boyfriend for the weekend.
Back to Love (2017)
A war widow returns home for the first time in three years to help with her sister's wedding. As the big day approaches, she is forced to confront her past, including the man she never expected to fall for.
Jesus Meets the Gay Man (2017)
Filmmakers wonder how Jesus would have behaved if he met a gay person.
Maharaj Brajbhan and his wife, Badi Rani are not able to have children.
Walk With Me (2017)
Walk With Me is a wonderful cinematic journey in the world of mindfulness, in which the world-renowned Buddhist teacher Thich Nhat Hanh is central. He originally came from Vietnam and brought mindfulness to the West. As a spiritual leader, he now lives in Plum Village, a community in rustic southern France, where he has grown into a worldwide phenomenon with other Zen Buddhist monks and sons of mindfulness. Walk With Me offers unprecedented access to this community. For three years, the lives of the residents of Plum Village were followed, and existential questions facing them in their quest for acceptance were identified. Enter into a world of awareness.
Sleepwalker is a 2017 mystery film directed by Elliott Lester.
A woman begins an affair with her sister's husband.
Chinese Foxconn factory migrant worker Yi Yeting, a benzene-poisoned victim-turned-activist, takes his fight against the global smartphone industry from his hospital bed to the international stage.
Na Maloom Afraad 2 (2017)
Na Maloom Afraad 2 is a 2017 Pakistani film co-written and directed by Nabeel Qureshi and produced by Fizza Ali Meerza and Mehdi Ali. It is a sequel to Na Maloom Afraad (2014). The film stars Fahad Mustafa, Javed Sheikh, Mohsin Abbas Haider and Urwa Hocane reprising their roles from the previous film. New additions to the cast include Marina Khan and Hania Amir. While Nayyar Ejaz, Saleem Meraj and Nazr-ul-Hassan played the main antagonists.
A boy's friends turn against him after they try to frame him for an act of violence.
Rosauro Castro (1950)
A government official travels to a small Mexican town to investigate the murder of mayoral candidate.
Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun? (2017)
“In 1946, my great-grandfather murdered a black man named Bill Spann and got away with it." So begins Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?, filmmaker Travis Wilkerson critically acclaimed investigation into the murder, family history, and the societal mores that allowed it to happen. Wilkerson tells a frightening and troubling story, incorporating scenes from To Kill a Mockingbird, the music of Janelle Monáe and Phil Ochs, and a dogged search for the truth — one that unearths long-buried secrets, destroyed records, and real threats of violence.
Des plans sur la comète (2017)
Two brothers own a small construction business together. A real estate agent entrusts them with a major project, but their schemes threaten to undermine any success they may have.
29 to Life (2018)
A young adult living out of his car tries to get his life back on track.
A mentally ill woman develops a strange relationship with dolls. She becomes an insomniac and starts self-mutilating, leaving her son to figure out what is wrong with her.
After a nerdy teenager creates an iPhone app to be his girlfriend, it comes to life and tries to kill him.
Offline: Are You Ready for the Next Level? (2017)
A competitive video gamer has his identity hacked by his arch-rival just before a big tournament. In order to reclaim his identity, he must brave an unfamiliar challenge: the outside world.
Bonne Pomme (2017)
Gerard is tired of being taken for granted by his family.
He leaves everything and starts a garage in a village nestled at the bottom of the Gâtinais. In front of the garage, there is a delightful inn, held by Barbara: a beautiful woman, disconcerting, mysterious, unpredictable.
Their encounter will spark ...
In this 2017 Sundance and IDA award-winning film, Dina, an eccentric and outspoken suburban woman and Scott, a Walmart door greeter, navigate their evolving relationship in this unconventional love story.
Blood Prism (2017)
A serial killer preys on the hopeless as she attempts to find meaning behind the voices she hears.
Party Boat (2017)
Max has been in love with his best friend, Kiley, since middle school. When he learns her boyfriend is about to propose, Max decides to throw her the greatest party ever to win her heart.
Heartthrob is a 2017 American thriller film written and directed by Chris Sivertson.
Two men become trapped inside a deep sea research station after a seismic event cripples the station.
Change of Address (2006)
David, a shy and awkward musician who has just moved to Paris, falls madly in love with Julia, his young student.
Little Evil (2017)
Meet Gary. He just married Samantha, the woman of his dreams. There's one problem, his stepson is the antichrist. Adam Scott and Evangeline Lilly star in the Netflix horror comedy from the director of Tucker and Dale vs. Evil.
La vallée des loups (2017)
A man spends three years seeking out wolves in their natural habitats.
Bill Nye: Science Guy (2017)
Bill Nye: Science Guy is a 2017 biographical documentary film, and NYT Critic's Pick, produced and directed by David Alvarado and Jason Sussberg of Structure Films, and produced by Seth Gordon, Kate McLean and Nick Pampenella. The documentary concept was pitched to the film's subject, Bill Nye, by Alvarado, Sussberg, and Gordon at a hotel bar in San Francisco in October 2014.
Harvest Love (2017)
A widowed surgeon visits her family's pear orchard in hopes of taking a break from her hectic life and reconnecting with her distant son. Once there, she begins to fall for the farm manager, Will, who is growing a new hybrid pear.
Family members who live on a chicken farm have their secrets unveiled when a star makes them understand that we are all metaphorically extraterrestrials.
Showdown in Manila (2016)
Private detectives Nick (Alexander Nevsky) and Charlie (Casper Van Dien) live and work in Manila. A murder investigation leads them to the jungle camp of an international terrorist called The Wrath. Not trusting the police, Nick and Charlie assembly a team of daredevils to walk straight into the Wrath's lair and fight an army of his goons.
Come Out Fighting (2016)
Jazz looks for a way out of the violence he faces as a bare-knuckle fighter, and Gia leads a lonely life trying to maintain a normal existence while trying to corral her brother. When Jazz and Gia finally meet, Jazz's world is turned upside down.
The Legend of 420 (2017)
THE LEGEND OF 420 explores the controversial use of marijuana and the evolution of mainstream society. From a dangerous narcotic, listed as a Schedule 1 Drug substance since the 1970s, to the rush to decriminalize it today. What has changed and why?
The Fear of Darkness (2014)
A brilliant young psychiatrist confronts the dark creature deep within her own consciousness as she investigates the supernatural disappearance of a university student.
Khoon Ka Karz (1991)
Khoon Ka Karz is a 1991 Bollywood film directed by Mukul S. Anand. It stars Vinod Khanna, Rajinikanth, Sanjay Dutt, Dimple Kapadia, Kimi Katkar, Sangeeta Bijlani and Kader Khan. The film deals with three individuals who are arrested for infringements under the Indian Penal Code: Karan, Kishan (Rajinikanth) and Arjun recount to the court how two of them were adopted and nursed by a saintly woman and how they fall in love with three women. It was dubbed and released in Tamil as Arasan: The Don in 2009, eighteen years after its original release.
Glamour Boy (1941)
Glamour Boy is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Ralph Murphy and written by Val Burton, F. Hugh Herbert and Bradford Ropes. The film stars Jackie Cooper, Susanna Foster, Walter Abel, Darryl Hickman, Ann Gillis, William Demarest and Jackie Searl. The film was released on December 5, 1941, by Paramount Pictures.
Saints and Soldiers: The Void (2014)
Saints and Soldiers: The Void is the third installment in the Saints and Soldiers franchise, following Saints and Soldiers and Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed.
The Inheritance (1997)
A 19th-century woman (Cari Shayne), companion to a blue-blooded New England girl, falls for an aristocrat.
Annie and Louise catch a handsome drifter breaking into their house, and after they take him hostage, they try to resist being seduced as the situation spins wickedly out of control.
Giovanna's Father (2008)
Giovanna's Father (Italian: Il papà di Giovanna) is a 2008 Italian drama film directed by Pupi Avati.
Reaching for the Sun (1941)
Reaching for the Sun is a 1941 American comedy film directed by William A. Wellman and written by W.L. River. The film stars Joel McCrea, Ellen Drew, Eddie Bracken, Albert Dekker, Billy Gilbert, George Chandler and Bodil Ann Rosing. The film was released on May 2, 1941, by Paramount Pictures.
The Golden Boys (2008)
The Golden Boys is a romantic comedy, set on Cape Cod in 1905, about three 70-year-old retired sea captains who try to lure an attractive middle-aged woman into marriage. Developed under the working title Chatham, the film is an adaptation of the Joseph Lincoln novel Cap’n Eri and was released by Roadside Attractions on April 17, 2009.
Hell Beast (2012)
While investigating a mass suicide in a town, reporter Carl Kolchinski discovers an ancient and deadly creature has come to Earth through a portal. The survivors gather weapons to battle the beast and its minions to send them back to their own world.
Project A (1983)
In late 19th Century Hong Kong the British may rule the land, but the pirates rule the waters. Reluctantly, the Coast Guard is given money to fight these pirates, but the pirates themselves have many contacts (that is, bribed officials) in the government, and seek to thwart the Coast Guard's efforts to eliminate them. One Coast Guard officer is Dragon Ma, who is determined that his beloved Coast Guard will not be made fools of.
Two zookeepers rope a mild-mannered deaf-mute into their plan to kidnap the pampered pooch of a very large, very rich matriarch.
A Candle in the Dark: The Story of William Carey (1998)
Missionary William Carey sails to India in 1793 to spread the word of God.
The Man Who Wouldn't Die (1942)
The Man Who Wouldn't Die is a 1942 Mystery directed by Herbert I. Leeds, starring Lloyd Nolan and Marjorie Weaver. This movie is the 5th of a series of seven of the Michael Shayne movies produced by Twentieth Century Fox between 1940-1942.
The Clean Machine (1992)
Three young teens start a cleaning business to make money over the summer. The group is led by driven Charles (Pierre-Luc Brillant), who plans to be a millionaire before he goes to college. The money rolls in, especially after filmmaker Marie (Delphine Piperni) shoots a catchy ad for the fledgling firm. But soon jealousy, clashing business philosophies and evidence that someone is embezzling the earnings reveal that the company has fallen victim to the woes of adult enterprises.
The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag (1992)
The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag is a 1992 American screwball comedy film written by Grace Cary Bickley and directed by Allan Moyle. The film stars Penelope Ann Miller, Eric Thal, Julianne Moore, William Forsythe, Cathy Moriarty and Alfre Woodard. Rock and roll recording pioneer Cordell Jackson played a bit part as "Bathroom Woman." The film was distributed by Touchstone Pictures for Interscope Communications.