Latin Boys Go To Hell (1997)
Young Brooklyn Latinos learn about the intricacies of relationships and their own developing sexuality.
The New Frontier (1935)
The New Frontier is a 1935 American Western film starring John Wayne.
Cerro Bayo (2011)
Juana's suicide attempt has changed her whole family. While she is in a coma, her oldest daughter tries to discover the motive behind her mother's decision.
No Room for Rockstars (2012)
Stories of musicians, staff and fans during the 2010 Vans Warped Tour.
Cold Soldiers (2011)
Welcome to the Kershaw Institute, a rehabilitation center for highly trained spies & soldiers who have cracked on the battlefield. At Kershaw, they keep their skills honed and ready for war, with psychologist John Dance assessing their mental stability. Dance is surrounded by combat-ready patients who could turn on him at any moment. Instead they turn on the review board that assesses the Institute's future. It's up to Dance to find out which of his patients are involved as the board members start to die. He has to find out quick; his wife is on the board and in the line of fire.
The Natural History of the Chicken (2000)
People with special connections to chickens are interviewed in this documentary about the ubiquitous fowl. Among the many unusual anecdotes are the story of a chicken resuscitated thanks to her owner's CPR skills, a cockfight breeder whose loud roosters annoy his neighbors and a headless chicken that was a sideshow attraction for many years. Facts about the poultry industry are interspersed with the stories, providing a quirky and well-rounded portrait of the bird.
Through the Wire (1990)
Filmmaker Nina Rosenblum studies the treatment of activists in a federal high-security prison for women.
How to Be Louise (1990)
A would-be actress (Lea Floden) deals with her scheming stepmother (Maggie Burke) and finds love with a New York cabby (Bruce McCarty).
To Mary - with Love (1936)
To Mary - with Love is a 1936 American drama film directed by John Cromwell and written by Richard Sherman and Howard Ellis Smith. The film stars Warner Baxter, Myrna Loy, Ian Hunter, Claire Trevor, Jean Dixon and Pat Somerset. The film was released on August 1, 1936, by 20th Century Fox.
Monster High (1989)
Monster High is a 1989 comedy horror film directed by Rudy Poe.
Paisa is a 2014 Telugu film directed by Krishna Vamsi, produced by Ramesh Puppala under Yellow Flowers banner, featuring Nani and Catherine Tresa in the lead. It was written by Padmasri, K. K. Binojee and Patrikeya. It deals with the power of money and how the whole world revolves around it. The film was scheduled to release on 20 December 2013 with an 'A' certificate from censor board for its excessive violence. However, the film released worldwide on 7 February 2014. Upon release, the film received mixed reviews from critics but turned out to be a hit at the box office.
Viktoria is a 2014 Bulgarian-Romanian drama film written, directed and produced by Maya Vitkova. The film premiered in-competition in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition at 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 19, 2014.
Smith! (1969) is a western film starring Glenn Ford and directed by Michael O'Herlihy.
The Einstein of Sex: Life and Work of Dr. M. Hirschfeld (2000)
The Einstein of Sex: Life and Work of Dr. M. Hirschfeld (German: Der Einstein des Sex) is a 1999 German film directed by Rosa von Praunheim. The plot follows the life of the Jewish doctor Magnus Hirschfeld who was a sexologist and gay socialist. In 1897, Hirschfeld founded the first political gay group in history. In the film three of Hirschfeld's closest friends are portrayed: Baron Hermann von Teschenberg, Karl Giese and Dorchen (a transsexual). They establish the first Institut für Sexualwissenschaft in Berlin in 1919. They try to keep the institute open during the rise of the Third Reich in the early 1930s. Although inspired by Hirschfeld's life, the film is a work of fiction containing invented characters and incidents and attributing motives and sentiments to Hirschfeld and others on the basis of little or no historical evidence. Hirschfeld biographer Ralf Dose notes, for instance, that "the figure of 'Dorchen' in Rosa von Praunheim's film The Einstein of Sex is complete fiction."
Ready to Fly (2012)
Ready to fly is an American documentary by William A. Kerig following the true story of the fight of American women's ski jumping athletes Lindsey Van, the rest of her U.S Women’s Ski jumping Team members, Jessica Jerome, Alissa Johnson, Abby Hughes, Sarah Hendrickson and many other elite ski jumping athletes around the world to be part of the Olympic Winter Games. It was first screened during the 2013 Banff Mountain Film Festival.
Arctic Manhunt (1949)
Arctic Manhunt is a 1949 American adventure film directed by Ewing Scott starring Mikel Conrad, Carol Thurston and Wally Cassell.
Are Parents People? (1925)
Are Parents People? (1925) is a comedy film starring Betty Bronson, Florence Vidor, Adolphe Menjou, George Beranger, and Lawrence Gray. The film was directed by Malcolm St. Clair and released by Paramount Pictures.
A soap-opera star (Catherine Oxenberg) thinks someone's trying to kill her, but cannot figure out which someone.
Making Plans for Lena (2009)
Making Plans for Lena (French: Non ma fille, tu n'iras pas danser) is a 2009 French film directed by Christophe Honoré, who co-wrote the screenplay with Geneviève Brisac.
Treachery Rides the Range (1936)
Treachery Rides the Range is a 1936 American Western film directed by Frank McDonald and written by William Jacobs. The film stars Dick Foran, Paula Stone, Craig Reynolds, Monte Blue, Carlyle Moore Jr. and Henry Otho. The film was released by Warner Bros. on May 2, 1936.
Smugglers' Songs (2011)
Smugglers' Songs (French: Les Chants de Mandrin) is a 2011 French adventure film written and directed by Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche. It won the 2011 Prix Jean Vigo award.
Arizona Cyclone (1941)
A crooked banker sets out to steal a man's wagon freight business.
Arizona Territory (1950)
A lawman hunts a band of counterfeiters shipping their fake currency to Eastern merchants.
As Long as You're Near Me (1953)
A mediocre German actress falls prey to the machinations of a vain filmmaker.
The bend (2011)
A young man (Adam Butcher) tries to understand why his brother (Ryan Kennedy) committed suicide a year earlier.
Night Must Fall (1964)
Night Must Fall is a remake of the 1937 film of the same name, which was in turn based on the 1935 play by Emlyn Williams. It was directed by Karel Reisz from a script by Clive Exton and starred Albert Finney, Mona Washbourne, and Susan Hampshire, but was not as successful as the original film. The film was entered into the 14th Berlin International Film Festival.
Bare Knuckles (2010)
A determined single mom tries to win a boxing tournament to have a better life.
Our Wife (1931)
Oliver tries to elope with his large bride.
The Polar Explorer (2011)
Scientists explore climate change along Canada's Northwest Passage.
Primary Target (1989)
An ex-Army jungle expert (John Calvin) regroups his unit to free a diplomat's wife from a fortress in Laos.
The Christening (2010)
The Christening is a 2010 Polish drama film directed by Marcin Wrona.
Horse Crazy 2: The Legend of Grizzly Mountain (2010)
Siblings and their baby sitter work together to catch the thieves who stole their prize foal.
The Exchange Student (1967)
Les grandes vacances is a French–Italian comedy movie from 1967, directed by Jean Girault, written by Jean Girault, and starring by Louis de Funès.
The Magliari (1959)
I magliari (internationally released as The Magliari) is a 1959 Italian drama film directed by Francesco Rosi. The film won the silver ribbon for best cinematography.
In 2008 it was selected to enter the list of the 100 Italian films to be saved.
Hey, Boo: Harper Lee and 'To Kill a Mockingbird' (2011)
Author/filmmaker Mary Murphy, Tom Brokaw, Oprah Winfrey and others reflect on the legacy of author Harper Lee's literary masterpiece.
Exodus Fall (2011)
Exodus Fall is a 2011 American drama road film directed by Ankush Kohli and Chad Waterhouse, and starring Rosanna Arquette, Jesse James, Devon Graye, Dee Wallace, and Christopher Atkins.
Urban Feel (1999)
Urban Feel is an Israeli film released in 1998. It tells the story of Eva and Robbie, a young Tel Aviv couple in a troubled marriage, which is rocked by the return of Emmanuel - played by Jonathan Sagall - Eva's charming and mischievous ex-boyfriend.
Who Done It? (1942)
Who Done It? is a 1942 comedy-mystery film starring Bud Abbott and Lou Costello.
The Sidelong Glances of a Pigeon Kicker (1970)
The Sidelong Glances of a Pigeon Kicker, also known as Pigeons, is a 1970 American comedy film directed by John Dexter and written by Ron Whyte. The film stars Jordan Christopher, Jill O'Hara, Robert Walden, Kate Reid, William Redfield and Lois Nettleton. The film was released on October 28, 1970, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Sylvester Stallone was an extra in this movie.
Point Blank (A Bout Portant) (2010)
Point Blank (French: À bout portant) is a 2010 French action-thriller film directed by Fred Cavayé and starring Gilles Lellouche, Roschdy Zem, Gérard Lanvin, and Elena Anaya. Its style differs from the typical American thriller, in that the hunted (and innocent) main character isn't a heroic figure of any kind, but just an ordinary man who becomes totally exhausted by running.
Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving (1999)
Winnie the Pooh and friends tell three stories: "GroundPiglet Day," "A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving" and "Find Her, Keep Her."
Six in Paris (1965)
A sextet: "Saint Germain-des-Pres," "Gare du Nord," "Rue Saint-Denis," "Place de l'Etoile," "Montparnasse-Levallois," "La Muette."
Dialogue with a Woman Departed (1982)
A film concerns the director's deceased wife.
San Antonio Kid (1944)
The San Antonio Kid is a 1944 American Western film directed by Howard Bretherton starring Wild Bill Elliott in the role of Red Ryder. It was the fourth of twenty-three Red Ryder feature films that would be produced by Republic Pictures and the first shot without George "Gabby" Hayes who had starred with Elliott since he relocated to Republic Pictures. The picture was shot on the studio’s back lot along with outdoor locations at Iverson Ranch, 1 Iverson Lane, Chatsworth, Los Angeles, CA, USA.
One Hundred Steps (2000)
I cento passi (English: One Hundred Steps or The Hundred Steps) is an Italian film released in 2000, directed by Marco Tullio Giordana about the life of Peppino Impastato, a political activist who opposed the Mafia in Sicily. The story takes place in the small town of Cinisi in the province of Palermo, the home town of the Impastato family. One hundred steps was the number of steps it took to get from the Impastato house to the house of the Mafia boss Tano Badalamenti. The film has been released on Regions 2 and 4 DVDs but a Region 1 release has yet to be made.
One More Kiss (1999)
One More Kiss is a romantic Scottish drama directed by award-winning film maker Vadim Jean (Leon the Pig Farmer, Beyond Bedlam, Clockwork Mice) and starring Valerie Edmond, Gerard Butler and James Cosmo in the main roles. The film’s tragic story revolves around a cancer-diagnosed woman who decides to live her remaining life to the full, which includes throwing herself into a triangle romance with an old flame.
Teenage Angst (2008)
Four students form a clique at an elite boarding school, then two of them start torturing the weakest for fun, until they finally go too far.
The Woman and the Puppet (1929)
The Woman and the Puppet is a 1929 French silent drama film directed by Jacques de Baroncelli and starring Conchita Montenegro, Raymond Destac and Henri Lévêque. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Pierre Louÿs.
Amo non amo (internationally released as Together? and I Love You, I Love You Not) is a 1979 Italian drama film directed by Armenia Balducci, a screenwriter and TV documentarian at her feature debut. The Italian progressive rock band Goblin created the soundtrack for the film.
Winter Vacation (2010)
Winter Vacation is a Chinese film directed by Hongqi Li. It won the Golden Leopard at the 2010 Locarno International Film Festival.
Know Thy Enemy (2009)
A young rap artist (Sheaun McKinney) learns that success comes at a price.
Blood Runs Cold (2011)
An ax-wielding maniac turns a quiet retreat into a grisly nightmare for a woman (Hanna Oldenburg) and her friends.
Alias the Deacon (1940)
A clever card player is mistaken for a town's new deacon and becomes involved in a high-stakes game.
Alice in the Navy (1961)
Alice in the Navy (Greek: Η Αλίκη στο ναυτικό) is a 1961 Greek comedy film directed by Alekos Sakellarios.
Slow Dancing In The Big City (1978)
Slow Dancing in the Big City is a 1978 film directed by John G. Avildsen. It stars Paul Sorvino and Anne Ditchburn. This was the first film made by Avildsen after 1976's Rocky won Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director. It has never been released on video or DVD.
Festival is a 1996 South Korean drama film directed by Im Kwon-taek, and based on the novel of the same title by Lee Cheong-jun.
The Long Ride (1983)
Hosszú vágta is a Hungarian film directed by Pál Gábor. It was released in 1983.
Under the name Brady's Escape was released in English in the United States in 1984.
The movie starred John Savage and Kelly Reno. Savage played the part of an Air Force pilot, shot down over German-controlled Hungary during World War II. Reno played the part of a cowboy-idolizing teenager.
The Misadventures of Buster Keaton (1950)
A compilation of the legendary Buster Keaton's classic comedy gems.
The Profession of Arms (2001)
The Profession of Arms (Italian: Il mestiere delle armi) is a 2001 Italian film directed by Ermanno Olmi.
The Aurora Encounter (1986)
The Aurora Encounter is a 1986 American Weird Western science fiction film directed by the Jim McCullough Sr., written by Melody Brooke and Jim McCullough, Jr., and starring Jack Elam, Mickey Hays, Peter Brown, Carol Bagdasarian and Dottie West. It was based on the Aurora, Texas, UFO incident.
The Stoker (1932)
The Stoker is a 1932 American film directed by Chester M. Franklin.
The Mudlark (1950)
The Mudlark is a 1950 film made in Britain by 20th Century Fox. It is a fictional account of how Queen Victoria was eventually brought out of her mourning for her dead husband, Prince Albert. It was directed by Jean Negulesco, written and produced by Nunnally Johnson and based on the 1949 novel of the same name by American artillery sergeant and newspaperman Theodore Bonnet (1908–1983). It starred Irene Dunne, Alec Guinness and Andrew Ray. "Mudlarks" were street children who survived by scavenging and selling what they could find on the banks of the River Thames. The film was a hit in Britain and made an overnight star of Andrew Ray, who played the title character.
Zion Canyon: Treasure of the Gods (1996)
Filmmaker Douglas Memmott explores the history and beauty of the Zion Canyon area.
Amateur Crook (1937)
Amateur Crook is a 1937 American film directed by Sam Katzman. The film is also known as Crooked But Dumb (in the United Kingdom) and Jewel Thief (American TV title).
Under the Sun of Satan (1987)
Under the Sun of Satan (French: Sous le soleil de Satan) is a 1987 French drama film directed by Maurice Pialat, starring Gérard Depardieu, Sandrine Bonnaire and Pialat. It is based on the 1926 novel of the same name by Georges Bernanos, and tells the story of a devout priest who becomes involved with a murderess. The film is about mysticism and God's grace.
The film won the Palme d'Or at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival.
Pyaar Diwana Hota Hai (2002)
Pyaar Diwana Hota Hai is a 2002 Indian movie directed by Kirti Kumar, starring Govinda and Rani Mukerji. It is a remake of the Tamil movie Sollamale.
The Stepmother (1972)
Thinking his wife is unfaithful, an architect kills two colleagues and frames another man for the crime.
Boom Varietal (2011)
A history of the Argentine Malbec wine boom.
Fly Me (1973)
Fly Me is a 1973 United States-Filipino film about the adventures of three flight attendants.
Transit Cities (2010)
Laila runs away from her disconnected life and finds that starting over is harder than she expected.
Fighting With Kit Carson (1933)
Kit Carson and cavalrymen search for the outlaws who have stolen a shipment of government gold. From the serial.
Europe '51 (1952)
Europe '51 (Italian: Europa '51, Italian pronunciation: [euˈrɔpa tʃinkwanˈtuno], also known as The Greatest Love) is a 1952 Italian neorealist film directed by Roberto Rossellini, starring Alexander Knox and Ingrid Bergman as a woman who's declared insane after her son's suicide.
The Ghost Camera (1933)
The Ghost Camera is a 1933 British mystery film directed by Bernard Vorhaus, starring Henry Kendall, Ida Lupino and John Mills, and based on "A Mystery Narrative", a short story by Joseph Jefferson Farjeon. Despite being made quickly on a low budget, the film has come to be considered as one of the most successful Quota quickies made during the Thirties.
Mystery on Monster Island (1981)
Loosely based on a Jules Verne tale, this creature feature follows a group of international explorers who become stranded on a remote island while sailing around the world. The shipwrecked crew must not only find a way off the unaccommodating isle, they also have to deal with its ferocious inhabitants, which include dinosaurs and other aggressive animals. Also appearing is the enigmatic and villainous Skinner (Terence Stamp), who has his own devious agenda.
An eccentric homeless man inspires others.
Beyond Reason (1977)
Beyond Reason is an independent film directed, starring, and written by Telly Savalas that was produced in 1977. Originally titled Mati, after the title character Dr. Nicholas Mati, the film focused on a psychiatrist who struggles with his grip on reality. Diana Muldaur also starred in the film as Elaine Mati, the doctor's concerned wife. The film was not released theatrically, and became available on home media in 1985.
My Mother's Courage (1995)
After being taken to a Nazi concentration camp, a Jewish woman (Pauline Collins) convinces her captors that she has paperwork guaranteeing her safety.
Greatest Lover (1988)
An illegal immigrant (Chow Yun-Fat) in Hong Kong goes to the wrong rendezvous point and meets a woman (Anita Mui) and others who change his life.
A history of Greece from 1917 to 1956 underscores the story of singer Marika Ninou.
Hindsight is a 2008 American thriller film produced by Ambush Entertainment. It stars Leonor Varela, Jeffrey Donovan, Waylon Payne, Miranda Bailey, Richard Riehle, Deborah Offner and Arnell Powell and is directed by Paul Holahan.
Spin a Dark Web (1956)
This British crime drama rises above programmer fare with excellent direction, great location photography, a gritty noir style and a femme fatale worthy of the name. Bella Francesi (Faith Domergue, Where Danger Lives, It Came From Beneath the Sea) is the beautiful sister of gangster Rico Francesi (Martin Benson, Goldfinger), whose sporting interests include fixing prizefights. Bella's influence over men extends beyond her brother's business and into his stable of fighters as well.Jim Bankley (Lee Patterson) is a Canadian looking into the death of a fellow fighter - and to make it rich - who stumbles onto the Francesis' schemes. Bella takes a liking to the smart, attractive hunk.When Jim's talent for electronics makes him an ideal partner for siphoning off track bets, he becomes a commodity the Francesis can't afford to lose - and they'll do anything to hold on to him. Newly remastered.
You May Be Next (1936)
You May Be Next is a 1936 American crime film directed by Albert S. Rogell and starring Ann Sothern, Lloyd Nolan and Douglass Dumbrille.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Stephen Goosson.
One Crowded Night (1940)
Detectives, an escaped convict, a gun moll (Billie Seward), a truck driver (William Haade) and others stop at a tourist camp.
Attack the Gas Station! 2 (2010)
Attack the Gas Station 2 is a 2010 South Korean action comedy film, starring Ji Hyun-woo and Jo Han-sun. It is the sequel to Attack the Gas Station (1999), and was released on January 21, 2010.
The Kidnapping Of The President (1980)
The Kidnapping of the President is a 1980 Canadian-American political thriller film starring William Shatner, Hal Holbrook, Van Johnson and Ava Gardner. It was produced and directed by George Mendeluk and co-produced by John Ryan from a screenplay by Richard Murphy and Charles Templeton, based on Templeton's novel. The original music was by Nash the Slash and Paul Zaza and the cinematography by Mike Molloy. The film was made by Presidential Films and Sefel Films and distributed by Crown International Pictures.
Loco Fever (2001)
La Fiebre del Loco (The Abalone Fever in Spanish) is a 2001 Chilean comedy.
Return to Glennascaul: A Story Told in Dublin (1953)
Return to Glennascaul, also known as Orson Welles' Ghost Story, is a 1951 short film starring Orson Welles. It was written and directed by Hilton Edwards and produced by Micheál Mac Liammóir for Dublin Gate Theatre Productions.
Hidden Floor (2006)
A woman investigates a series of bizarre deaths in her new apartment building.
Massage parlor '73 (1972)
A reporter for an international news agency visits massage parlors in Munich to find Sonja (Elisabeth Volkmann), a personal masseuse who gave him perfect bliss.
Antonia: A Portrait of the Woman (1974)
Antonia: A Portrait of the Woman is a 1974 documentary about symphony conductor Antonia Brico, including her struggle against gender bias in her profession. The film was directed by Judy Collins and Jill Godmilow. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
In 2003, this film was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.
Members of a Wisconsin family try to cope with the loss of their son, a Marine who was killed while serving in Iraq.
The Ape Woman (1964)
The Ape Woman (Italian: La donna scimmia, French: Le Mari de la femme à barbe) is a 1964 Italian-French drama film directed by Marco Ferreri. It was entered into the 1964 Cannes Film Festival. The film was inspired by the real-life story of Julia Pastrana a 19th-century woman exploited as a freak show attraction by her manager Theodore Lent. In 2008 the film was selected to enter the list of the 100 Italian films to be saved.
Terror at Tenkiller (1986)
Terror at Tenkiller is a 1986 horror film directed and produced by Ken Meyer, and written by Claudia Meyer. The film was shot entirely in Oklahoma near Lake Fort Gibson and the Fort Gibson dam, though not at the actual Tenkiller Ferry Lake as the story suggests.
The Shoe (1998)
The Shoe is a 1998 German-Latvian drama film directed by Laila Pakalniņa. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival.
8:28 AM (2010)
A married woman runs a successful gallery and falls for a man she met accidentally.
Dark World (2008)
A retired Los Angeles detective (Michael Par) investigates a series of missing-person cases with his ex-partner.
No Place Like Homicide! (1961)
What a Carve Up! is a 1961 British comedy horror film directed by Pat Jackson. It was released in the United States in 1962 as No Place Like Homicide. The film was loosely based on the novel The Ghoul by Frank King. A previous version titled The Ghoul was filmed in 1933 by Gaumont-British Pictures.
Blondie's Lucky Day (1946)
Blondie's Lucky Day is a 1946 black and white comedy film and is the seventeenth of the 28 Blondie films.
Post Concussion (1999)
After severe head trauma, a man (Daniel Yoon) quits work, gets help from an attractive neighbor and decides to try holistic healing.
Leprechaun's Revenge (2012)
Sixty-six years ago, the town of Irish Channel in Louisiana was the site of a horrible massacre on St. Patrick’s Day. While some blame a terrible storm that blew through the town, there are those that don’t talk about what really happened. Since the massacre, St. Patrick’s Day festivities in town were banned, but now the Mayor believes that it is finally time to celebrate. Those facing the ire of this little Irish Hellraiser terrorizing Cajun country include Billy Zane (TITANIC), Wiliam Devane ("24"), Kelly Washington, Courtney Halverston ("Death Valley"), Azure Parsons ("Death Valley"), Matty Ferraro ("The Liar"), and actor-stuntman Kevin Mangold.