Spices of Liberty (2016)
Second generation immigrants consisting of Krishna, Radha, their friends and families are introduced to American values and traditions.
Face is a 2009 Taiwanese-French film written and directed by Tsai Ming-liang.
La fille publique (2013)
A foster child forms an unwavering bond with her new family.
A man's family deteriorates after he loses his job.
A Piece of Cake (1948)
It is Cyril’s birthday and his wife has arranged a party
Digna: Hasta el último aliento (2004)
Digna... hasta el último aliento is a Mexican film released in 2003.
Axis of War: My Long March (2008)
After joining the communist army at age 16, a Chinese boy spends a year on the Long March battling the chaos of war while learning about the strength of honor and being transformed by sacrifices made.
Bunker: Project 12 (2016)
The Russians shut down a dangerous scientific project designed to change the course of history. A manhunt ensues after they unsuccessfully attempt to exterminate all scientists involved in the top secret project.
This Book Is Cursed (2017)
The lone survivor of a massacre returns to the place where his friends were murdered.
Red Cloud: Deliverance (2013)
Red Cloud: Deliverance is a 2013 film, about a Native American gun for hire, Jake Red Cloud, played by Alex Kruz, who is befriended by a young emotionally damaged girl Ann (Breanna Lakatos). The film champions the importance of children and their emotional life which the main character uses Native American spirituality to heal. Based on the comic book character Jake Red Cloud, Quechua from Red Cloud Comics in 2014, Red Cloud: Deliverance was awarded the Spirit of Comic Con by Wizard Entertainment to show at Comic Con Conventions during 2014 to 2015. The film and Alex Kruz won several notable awards at Mexico International Film Festival, Action On Film International Film Festival, Accolade Competition, Bare Bones International Film Festival, DC Independent Film Festival, Amiens International Film Festival, and nominated for best performance by the Maverick Movie Awards.
The film was named "One of the Top 10 Comic Book Movies of All Time" by Cinema Crazed.
Dusky Paradise (2016)
After his parents die, a young man moves into their house and cares for their turtle.
Laxmi Abhyankar and her employed daughter Jaya rent out a flat in Pali Hill, Mumbai. However, things go downhill when they are asked to move out.
Bridges of Sarajevo (2014)
Bridges of Sarajevo (French: Les Ponts de Sarajevo) is a 2014 documentary anthology film exploring Sarajevo present and past, directed by thirteen different directors. It was shown in the Special Screenings section of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.
Hot Dog (1930)
A married dog goes out on the town with its lover.
249. La noche en que una becaria encontró a Emiliano Revilla (2016)
The final, tense hours in the kidnapping of businessman Emiliano Revilla, which lasted 249 days.
Stelvio. Crossroads of Peace (2015)
The Stelvio Pass in the Italian Alps offers a breathtaking landscape and summer skiing, but just 100 years ago, it was the highest and coldest battlefield of World War I.
Peculiar Penguins (1934)
Peculiar Penguins is a Silly Symphonies animated Disney short film. It was released in 1934.
A struggling screenwriter loses a script in the back of a rickshaw and recovering it will not be easy.
Unakkul Naan (2016)
Unakkul Naan [I'm Within You] is a 2015 Tamil film directed by Venkatesh Kumar G.
The Invoking: Paranormal Dimensions (2016)
Evil poltergeists, the living dead and fiendish forces wreak havoc upon the living.
Joy Division (2006)
Joy Division is a 2006 British-German-Hungarian film directed by Reg Traviss. The story is a fictional biopic which follows the life of a boy in Germany at the end of World War II into his adulthood in Russia and London during the Cold War. The script was written by Reg Traviss and Rosemary Mason and went into production in 2004 after completion of Traviss' short film JD Pilot in 2003, based upon the same script and which also starred Ed Stoppard in the role of adult Thomas. Joy Division was shown for the film industry at the Cannes Film Festival European Film Market and at the American Film Market in 2005. It was invited to screen at the Copenhagen International Film Festival in 2006 and was released theatrically in the United Kingdom in November 2006.
Tsukiji Wonderland (2016)
Fish experts devote their lives to finding the best fish for their customers.
A nearsighted man tries to play baseball to impress his girlfriend's father.
The Do Gooders (2013)
Two women, one British, one Palestinian, explore the effects of foreign aid on Palestine.
Torrey Pines (2016)
A boy is raised by a schizophrenic single mother.
23 Kilometres (2015)
In Lebanon's Bekaa Valley, an Armenian man with late-stage Parkinson's takes one last journey.
Stomping Ground (2016)
The consequences of a random act of violence pushes lifelong friendships to the breaking point.
Last Pickup (2016)
Low-level gangsters are assigned one last pickup for their boss, but this pickup may mean the difference between life as free men or life behind bars.
A super-soldier experiment gone wrong turns a government agent into a raging werewolf.
California is a 1977 Italo-Spanish spaghetti western film directed by Michele Lupo. The film was generally well received by critics and obtained a good commercial success at Italian box office.
They Go Boom! (1929)
They Go Boom is a 1929 short comedy film directed by James Parrott and starring Laurel and Hardy.
Back to Awesome (2015)
An awkward, motormouthed college sophomore struggles to fit in with his roommates until he realizes that they're works in progress as well.
Confusi e felici (2014)
After a psychoanalyst quits his job due to an illness, his patients get together to find a way to make him feel better.
Schacko Klak (1989)
Young Luxembourgers are forced to join the Wehrmacht after a resistance strike.
Dialogues of Exiles (1975)
Dialogues of Exiles is a 1975 French-Chilean satirical film with documentary elements directed by Raúl Ruiz.
OXI, an Act of Resistance (2014)
A meditation on Greekness and where it comes from.
Hole in the Forehead (1968)
A Hole in the Forehead (Italian: Un buco in fronte, also known as A Hole Between the Eyes) is a 1968 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Giuseppe Vari.
After a deadly virus wipes out most of humanity, the survivors are forced to wait alone in self-sustaining bunkers while the viral threat runs its course. Able to communicate through a networked video interface, the survivors wait for years and slowly become a motley family of sorts. But their fragile social ecosystem is shattered when, one by one, they start mysteriously disappearing from their bunkers.
Guest Room (2015)
A young couple with Down Syndrome face adulthood and complications after their relationship takes a surprise turn.
The Night Before Christmas (1946)
A reading of the poem set to animation.
Ek Ladka Ek Ladki (1992)
Ek Ladka Ek Ladki is a 1992 Indian Hindi romantic comedy film directed by Vijay Sadanah, starring Salman Khan and Neelam Kothari. The film was released on 19 June 1992. The film is largely a remake of Hollywood movie Overboard released in 1987.
Papa Lumiere (2015)
Papa lumière is a French drama film directed by Ada Loueilh.
One More Dream (2012)
Four women decide to rob a bank without realizing money is the last thing they need.
The Territory (1981)
The Territory (Portuguese: O Território) is a 1981 Portuguese drama film directed by Raúl Ruiz.
Dji. Death Sails (2014)
A very unlucky Grim Reaper takes on the seemingly easy job of collecting the soul of a pirate stuck in the middle of the ocean.
A Sea Dog's Tale (1926)
An island king kidnaps a man to marry his daughter.
Prince of the Sun (1990)
Bencheuk protects a Buddhist boy from villians who want to stop his ascension as Prince of the Sun.
Hoboken to Hollywood (1926)
Two men (Billy Bevan, Vernon Dent) and their wives move to California.
My Sucky Teen Romance (2011)
My Sucky Teen Romance is a 2011 supernatural comedy by American director Emily Hagins and her third feature-length film. It first released on March 15, 2011 at the South by Southwest film festival and stars Elaine Hurt as a young teenager that falls in love with a teen vampire at a sci-fi convention. My Sucky Teen Romance was partially funded through Indiegogo.
The Sealed Room (1909)
The Sealed Room is an eleven-minute film released in 1909. Directed by D.W. Griffith, the film's cast included Arthur V. Johnson, Marion Leonard, Henry B. Walthall, Mary Pickford, and Mack Sennett. The film was also known as The Sealed Door.
Keeping the Kibbutz (2010)
Keeping the Kibbutz is a 2010 American documentary film co-directed by Ben Crosbie and Tessa Moran about the Israeli kibbutz, which explores the background and history of the kibbutz movement and how the movement has changed to meet economic needs. The film is Eidolon Film's first feature production, and received a 2012 Telly Award.
SPEAK follows six unforgettable characters as they prepare to compete for the title, "World Champion of Public Speaking." SPEAK is a powerful, inspiring documentary about conquering life's hurdles and finding your voice.
Get a Way (2002)
In the midst of an already rotten day, Anne (Agnes Roland) crashes her bicycle into a van driven by Didier (Maxime Desmons), who, it turns out, is having a terrible time of it himself. The two quickly become friends, bonding over their difficulties in dealing with their respective parents. Determined to adopt new attitudes and coping mechanisms, the pair embark on a series of adventures across Paris, imagining at each juncture that they have only 20 minutes left to live.
Everybody's Doing It (2002)
High-school officials' efforts to curb teenage sexuality and freedom of expression has unexpected results.
My Country (2011)
Meu País (My Country) is a 2011 Brazilian drama film co-written and directed by André Ristum and starring Rodrigo Santoro, Cauã Reymond, Débora Falabella, Anita Caprioli and Paulo José.
This Prison Where I Live (2010)
Censorship stymies a jailed Burmese comedian.
Never Among Friends (2002)
A novelist's (Pete Capella) relationship with his troubled friend (Kevin Interdonato) changes when he spends the night with his pal's lover.
The Ghost (2008)
The Ghost (Russian: Домовой, translit. Domovoi) is a 2008 Russian thriller film directed by Karen Oganesyan.
From the Four Corners (1942)
Three soldiers meet with film actor Leslie Howard in London and proceed to discuss their common patriotism.
A Divorce Before Marriage (2016)
Popular music in the 20th century championed the idea that musicians are special people – magical, untouchable. But this idea didn’t last.
An All-Colored Vaudeville Show (1935)
Acrobats, racketeers and musicians.
The Film Student Movie (2015)
After being expelled for a tasteless final assignment, a former film school student (Hayden Currie) decides to write, direct and act in his self-proclaimed epic war film.
Heaven and Hell (2012)
Surveillance tapes are the medium for terror in this anthology of 3 short horror films.
Between Sea and Land (2016)
Between Sea and Land (Spanish: La ciénaga: Entre el mar y la tierra) is a 2016 Colombian drama film directed by Manolo Cruz and Carlos del Castillo. It was shown in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition section at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival and won the World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award for Acting (for Vicky Hernández and Manolo Cruz) and the World Cinema Audience Award: Dramatic.
The Girl in the Picture (1986)
The Girl in the Picture is a 1985 British film directed by Cary Parker and starring John Gordon Sinclair as Alan, a Glaswegian photographer, keen to get back with his former girlfriend Mary (Irina Brook). Meanwhile his assistant Ken (played by David McKay) is smitten by a girl he knows only through her photograph. The film also stars Gregor Fisher, Rikki Fulton and Simone Lahbib, with a score composed by Scottish musician Ron Geesin
Failing Better Now (2010)
Failing Better Now is a 2010 offbeat comedy film about a writer who teams up with an aspiring rock star in search of his sister's cat. This film stars Justin Allen, Gavin Bellour, Lindsay Burdge and Joyce DeWitt. It was written by Jennie Allen and Keren Atzmon and directed by Keren Atzmon.
Two friends become embroiled in the Miami underworld.
La llamada (1965)
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Stand Alone (1985)
Stand Alone is a 1985 American action drama film directed by Alan Beattie and starring Charles Durning.
Love Crime (2010)
Love Crime (French: Crime d'amour) is a 2010 French psychological suspense thriller starring Ludivine Sagnier and Kristin Scott Thomas. It is the last film directed by Alain Corneau, and was released posthumously after the director's death from cancer.
Perfect Happiness (2009)
Awakening from a coma, a pianist (Anne Igartiburu) learns that one of her hands is seriously impaired.
The Manicure Lady (1911)
A woman (Vivian Prescott) spurns a barber (Mack Sennett).
Black Heaven (2010)
Black Heaven (original title: L'Autre monde) is a 2010 French drama film directed by Gilles Marchand and starring Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet, Louise Bourgoin, Melvil Poupaud and Pauline Etienne. It tells the story of young Gaspar, who is lured by a beautiful girl into an obsessive, deadly video game.
Killing Ariel (2008)
Rick is lured into a remote house by a she-demon for a weekend of passion.
Dirty Work in a Laundry (1915)
A criminal (Ford Sterling) wreaks havoc at a laundry.
Ninja death III (1987)
Deadly ninja jeopardize a kung-fu artist who runs a brothel.
The Waiters' Ball (1916)
The Waiters' Ball is a 1916 American silent short comedy film directed by and starring Fatty Arbuckle. Arbuckle's nephew Al St. John has a memorable role as Roscoe's rival.
Falls the Shadow (2011)
After a war, civilization has collapsed. Michael, a soldier, finally makes it home and finds that his wife has been murdered and his daughter taken by a neo-Confederate tribe. He gathers a group of survivors to track her down and get revenge.
Picking Peaches (1924)
A shoe clerk (Harry Langdon) gets friendly with a customer.
The Return of the Whistler (1948)
The Return of the Whistler is a 1948 American mystery film noir based on the radio drama The Whistler. Directed by D. Ross Lederman, the production features Michael Duane, Lenore Aubert, and Dick Lane. This is the eighth and final entry in Columbia Pictures' "Whistler" series, produced in the 1940s. This was the only film in this series that did not star Richard Dix.
This Is Encino (2009)
Things go wrong from the very beginning when a crook (Douglas Turner) tries to set up a big score at the last minute.
A Flirt's Mistake (1914)
A Flirt's Mistake is a 1914 American short comedy film featuring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle.
Pani Thuli (2012)
Panithuli is a 2012 Tamil-language action film directed by Natty Kumar and Dr. Jay, starring Ganesh Venkatraman, Kalpana Pandit and Shobana. The film was released on 10 August 2012. It received a lot of negative reviews. The film was shot in Hindi as Tum Ho Yaara which was released in 2014.
Maniac (stylized as MANIAC) is an American short slasher film, directed by Shia LaBeouf. It was released on October 31, 2011. The short film stars American rappers Scott "Kid Cudi" Mecudi and Chris "Cage" Palko, as French-speaking serial killers. Mescudi and Palko also co-wrote the film with LaBeouf.
Hunting Buddies (2009)
Friends on a hunting trip search for a missing comrade.
The Facebook phenomenon changes the lives of numerous Europeans.
Secret of the Wings (2012)
For the fairies of Pixie Hollow, the Winter Woods is strictly off-limits. But when a mysterious force draws Tinker Bell to cross the border into this unknown world, she discovers a secret that will change her life forever. She comes face-to-face with a frost fairy named Periwinkle, the only fairy who can help unlock the secret of the wings. With fun and laughter, they form a magical connection and make an astonishing discovery: they're sisters and must work together to save their two worlds.
The New York Hat (1912)
The New York Hat (1912) is a short silent film directed by D. W. Griffith from a screenplay by Anita Loos, and starring Mary Pickford, Lionel Barrymore, and Lillian Gish.
Heaven Over the Marshes (1949)
Heaven over the Marshes (Italian:Cielo sulla palude) is a 1949 Italian historical drama film directed by Augusto Genina and starring Rubi D'Alma, Michele Malaspina, Inés Orsini and Domenico Viglione Borghese. The film portrays the life of the saint Maria Goretti. Augusto Genina was awarded the Nastro d'Argento for Best Director for the film. In 2008 the film was selected to enter the list of the 100 Italian films to be saved. The film's sets were designed by Virgilio Marchi.
Ambrose's First Falsehood (1914)
A man (Mack Swain) lies to his wife to go to a bar.
Miseria e nobiltà (1954)
Poverty and Nobility (Italian: Miseria e nobiltà) is a 1954 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Totò.
Gussle's Day of Rest (1915)
A woman catches the eye of a married man (Syd Chaplin).
Very Extremely Dangerous (2013)
With terminal cancer at the age of 70, Jerry McGill, a musician who turned to a life of crime, returns to recording and touring.
A private investigator's sister interrupts his stakeout.
Two Strangers Who Meet Five Times (2017)
Two men meet five times over the course of their lives, but it is only when they meet as old men that they can put aside their prejudices and become friends.
A therapist helps connect a crash victim, a housewife and two repressed teens.
Begone Dull Care 2015 (2015)
A digital reimagining of a 1949 short film.
Prem Shastra (1974)
Prem Shastra is a 1974 Indian Hindi-language film written and directed by B. R. Ishara. The film featured Dev Anand, Zeenat Aman and Bindu in the lead roles.
Glass Garden is a 2017 South Korean mystery drama film directed by Shin Su-won. The film stars Moon Geun-young, Kim Tae-hoon, Seo Tae-hwa, Lim Jung-woon and Park Ji-soo.
Visual Futurist: The Art & Life of Syd Mead (2007)
Syd Mead becomes legendary for his work on films like "Blade Runner," "TRON" and "Aliens."