Black Magic (1992)

A New Yorker (Judge Reinhold) falls for a Southern temptress (Rachel Ward), even though his ghostly cousin (Anthony LaPaglia) says she's a witch.

Insane (2010)

Sarah searches for her missing sister and decides to stop for the night at a lonely hotel.

The Sea Beast (1926)

The Sea Beast is a 1926 American silent drama film directed by Millard Webb, starring John Barrymore, Dolores Costello and George O'Hara. The film was a major commercial success and one of the biggest pictures of 1926 becoming Warner Brothers' highest grossing film. The Sea Beast is the first adaptation of the novel Moby-Dick by Herman Melville, a story about a monomaniacal hunt for a great white whale. However, the film alters the novel's plotline by establishing prequel and sequel elements that are not in the original story—such as the romancing of Esther and Ahab's safe return, respectively—and substitutes a happy ending for Melville's original tragic one. Some of the characters in the film do not appear in Melville's original novel.

Falling Leaves (1966)

Falling Leaves (Georgian: გიორგობისთვე) is a 1966 Soviet drama film directed by Otar Iosseliani.

Final Notice (1989)

A private eye (Gil Gerard) protects a librarian (Melody Anderson) while searching the art world for a killer of women.

Pastor Jones 2: Lord Guide My 16 Year Old Daughter (2006)

In this sequel to inspirational video hit, PASTOR JONES, we meet Noelle (Eurika Pratts), a 16 year-old girl wrestling with many difficult choices, while at the same time battling with her mother's live-in boyfriend she cannot help but distrust. When her mother (Shamika Ann Franklin) realizes her daughter is in crisis, she turns to both God and Pastor Jones (Jean Claude La Marre). Meanwhile, her confused daughter gets caught in a web of lies, deceit, betrayal and compounding family issues. After receiving proper guidance from the honorable Pastor Jones, Noelle finally finds peace through her church involvement, and the strength to make righteous life-changing decisions.

Blind Justice (1916)

Blind Justice (Danish: Hævnens nat) is a 1916 Danish silent drama film directed by Benjamin Christensen. Prints of the film exist in the Det Danske Filminstitut.

Blood Bath (1966)

Blood Bath is a 1966 horror film directed by Jack Hill and Stephanie Rothman. William Campbell stars as an artist with vampiric tendencies who kills beautiful women and dumps their bodies into a vat of boiling wax in his studio. Also appearing in the cast in supporting roles are Linda Saunders, Merissa Mathes,[clarification needed] Sid Haig, Jonathan Haze, and Patrick Magee. The film had a convoluted production history, initiating as a 1963 Yugoslavia-made spy thriller co-financed by Roger Corman, who deemed the final product unreleasable. Numerous horror sequences were later shot and edited into the film, first by Hill in 1964, then by Rothman in 1966. Corman approved of Rothman's version, and the film was given a brief theatrical release by American International Pictures, with screenplay and directorial credit jointly shared by Hill and Rothman.

Welcome Aboard Toxic Airlines (2007)

Welcome Aboard Toxic Airlines is a 2007 British documentary film directed and produced by former airline captain Tristan Loraine on aerotoxic syndrome.

The Gambler from Natchez (1954)

The Gambler from Natchez is a 1954 American adventure film directed by Henry Levin and written by Gerald Drayson Adams and Irving Wallace. The film stars Dale Robertson, Debra Paget, Thomas Gomez, Lisa Daniels, Kevin McCarthy and Douglas Dick. The film was released on August 4, 1954, by 20th Century Fox.

Fish Kill Flea (2007)

Exposing the disposable culture of the United States.

Beyond the Call of Duty (1992)

A special operations recon squad fights to survive against a horde of undead experiments.

All Girl Revue (1940)

The mayor goes to a train station to meet an opera singer.

H & G (2013)

Lost in the woods, a boy and his sister seek shelter in a house where danger lurks.

Mayura (1975)

Mayura is a 1975 Indian Kannada historical drama film, directed by Vijay. It is one of the most popular films of acclaimed Kannada actor Dr Rajkumar, who plays the role of Prince Mayurasharma of the Kadamba dynasty, the earliest native kingdom to rule over what is today the modern state of Karnataka. The film depicts the life of Mayura, a Brahmin youth, as he discovers his royal heritage and realizes his destiny of ascending to the throne of the then-Pallava kingdom.

The Divine Ryans (1999)

The Divine Ryans is a 1999 film (adapted from the 1990 book by the same name) directed by Stephen Reynolds, written by Wayne Johnston, starring Robert Joy and Pete Postlethwaite. The film tells the story of the Ryan family, who run a funeral parlour in St John's, Newfoundland. The movie was filmed in St. John's, Newfoundland, and Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.

Dusty (1983)

Dusty is a 1983 Australian film about the friendship between a drover (Bill Kerr) and his part-dingo dog, Dusty. It was shot on location in northern Victoria.

Georgi and the Butterflies (2004)

Georgi and the Butterflies is a Bulgarian documentary film from 2004. It was directed by Andrey Paounov. The film won the "Silver Wolf" award at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam.

Lower Level (1991)

Lower Level is a 1991 American erotic thriller film directed by Kristine Peterson, and written by Hillary Black, W.K. Border, Michael Leahy, and Joel Soisson.

The Cariboo Trail (1950)

The Cariboo Trail is a 1950 film directed by Edwin L. Marin. It stars Randolph Scott and George 'Gabby' Hayes.

Magpie (2013)

An estranged father makes an unwelcome appearance at his 9-year-old son's funeral and steals the coffin.

Artists and Models Abroad (1938)

Artists and Models Abroad (UK title: Stranded in Paris) is a 1938 film made by Paramount Pictures directed by Mitchell Leisen, starring Jack Benny and Joan Bennett. The screenplay was written by Ken Englund, Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse.

Memory Lane (2011)

Memory Lane is a 2012 science-fiction film by American director Shawn Holmes and his directorial debut. The film world-premiered on May 6, 2012 at the Sci-Fi London film festival in London, England and was funded by Shawn Holmes with a budget of less than three-hundred dollars. Of the film, Holmes stated that he was inspired to create Memory Lane after his friend Michael Guy Allen returned from a tour of duty in Afghanistan. Filming took place in Martins Ferry, Ohio and Wheeling, West Virginia.

La última luna (2005)

A Christian (Ayman Zbu Zoulouf) and a Jew (Alejandro Goic) develop a working relationship after one buys land from the other on the West Bank.

Sacrificial Youth (2013)

TJ has to accept his fate as the chosen one to fight a multi-national corporation.

Punto de control (2012)

Lenny, an unemployed surveyor, is presented with a new opportunity. On his first day of work, his professionalism and skills are tested by an adventure full of tension and danger.

Johnny's Gone (2011)

Sarah cares and nurtures for a 2-year-old boy she calls Johnny. She claims he is her cousin's son, but something is not quite right with the situation.

Looking For Trouble (1996)

A young tomboy hits the road to rescue a baby elephant named Trouble from a cruel circus master.

Cotton Mary (1999)

Cotton Mary is a 1999 film directed by Ismail Merchant, best known as the producer half of Merchant Ivory and Madhur Jaffrey, actress and author of cookery books. It was filmed in India.

Jiggs and Maggie Out West (1950)

Jiggs and Maggie Out West is a 1950 American comedy film directed by William Beaudine and starring Joe Yule, Renie Riano and George McManus. It was the final film in the Jiggs and Maggie film series, featuring the adventures of a bickering Irish-American couple.

Superman (1987)

Superman is a 1987 Hindi movie, produced and directed by B. Gupta. The film stars Urmila Bhatt, Dharmendra, Puneet Issar, Sonia Sahni and Ranjeeta Kaur. Puneet Issar is in the lead role as Superman. It was an unofficial remake of Superman.

Lucia di Lammermoor (2009)

A young woman is forced into marriage resulting in her boyfriend's suicide; based on the opera by Gaetano Donizetti.

Memphis (1992)

A woman re-examines her life after her maternal instincts are unexpectedly awakened by the youth she has helped kidnap.

In the Meantime, Darling (1944)

In the Meantime, Darling is a 1944 American drama film produced and directed by Otto Preminger. The screenplay by Arthur Kober and Michael Uris focuses on a wealthy war bride (Jeanne Crain) who is forced to adjust to living in spartan conditions in military housing during World War II.

A small southern enterprise (2013)

A Small Southern Enterprise (Italian: Una piccola impresa meridionale) is a 2013 Italian comedy film written, directed and starred by Rocco Papaleo. For their performances Giuliana Lojodice e Claudia Potenza were nominated for best supporting actresses at the Nastro d'Argento Awards. The film also received a David di Donatello nomination for best original song ("Dove cadono i fulmini" by Erica Mou).

The Moon Also Rises (2005)

Lin Cheng-sheng’s modernist spin on old-school melodrama, set in the mid-sixties, tells the story of a village schoolteacher, Xi-lian, who plans to marry her cousin Jun-ming but must first overcome her mother’s opposition.

What Remains of Us (2004)

What Remains of Us is a 2004 Canadian documentary film exploring the survival of the nonviolent resistance movement in Tibet. The documentary was shot over eight years without the knowledge of the Chinese authorities.

Legends of the Knight (2013)

The power of storytelling to create positive change.

Bear Island (2014)

Three brothers travel to a remote island to find the perfect wave.

Brancaleone at the Crusades (1970)

Brancaleone at the Crusades (Italian: Brancaleone alle Crociate) is an Italian comedy film directed by Mario Monicelli in 1970, the sequel of the famous L'armata Brancaleone.

Make-Out With Violence (2008)

Make-Out with Violence is a 2008 film directed by the Deagol Brothers, their first feature-length film.

Western Mail (1942)

Western Mail is a 1942 American western film directed by Robert Emmett Tansey.

Tema (1979)

The Theme (Russian: Тема, translit. Tema) is a 1979 Soviet comedy film directed by Gleb Panfilov. It tells the story of an egotistical playwright who thinks of himself as an artist, but who allows the system to make him write conformist plays. The film was heavily censored on its release in 1979. The full version was not released until 1986; this version was awarded the Golden Bear at the 37th Berlin International Film Festival.

We Who Are About to Die (1937)

We Who Are About to Die is a 1937 film. It was based on a book by David Lansom, who was tried four times for murdering his wife before being set free.

The Green Butchers (2003)

Svend and Bjarne work for a butcher in a small Danish town. Fed up with their boss' arrogance, they decide to start their own butcher shop. After dismal beginnings, an unfortunate accident happens which coincides with a large order of meat. One hasty decision leads to another and soon the business thrives. In the meantime, Bjarne has to deal with his twin brother who has been in coma for years following a gruesome car accident.

I Am Bad (2012)

A serial killer stalks his victims and commits cold-blooded murder.

Restless Souls (2005)

When a young couple and their daughter move into an old house, the wife notices that weird things happen in the house while her husband is at work.

Lion Strike (1994)

His son's (Jonathon Wilson) kidnapping pits a doctor (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) against a global underworld.

Hand in Hand (1961)

Hand in Hand is a 1960 black and white Associated British Picture Corporation dramatic film about the friendship between two young children, one a Roman Catholic boy about nine, the other a 7-year-old Jewish girl. Filmed in the summer of 1960 under the title "The Star and The Cross", Hand in Hand was released theatrically in the United States in 1961 by Columbia Pictures. Although ABPC's distribution arm in the United Kingdom, Warner-Pathe Film Distributors, screened the film for the British press in late 1960, it remained unreleased in the UK until 1963, when it finally went out nationally on the ABC cinema circuit as the supporting feature for the Tony Hancock comedy The Punch and Judy Man. It was shown to American children and adults when released on the CBS Children's Film Festival 1967 season hosted by Kukla, Fran and Ollie.

Gloria Victoria (2013)

Gloria Victoria is a 2013 3-D anti-war animated short by Theodore Ushev, produced in Montreal by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB). A film without words set to the music of Shostakovich's Leningrad Symphony, Victoria Gloria is final film in a trilogy of NFB animated shorts by Ushev on art, ideology and power, following Tower Bawher (2005) and Drux Flux (2008).

The Ten Million Dollar Grab (1967)

Greedy syndicate members reveal the secret lurking behind a priceless diamond.

Urban Fruit (2015)

Four residents of Los Angeles start growing their own food.

Killer Barbys (1996)

A vanload of kids are stranded in a hilltop castle and become the unwitting victims of an immortal, sex-crazed countess (Mariangela Giordano) who retains her youth by feeding upon the blood of the young. Hardly the typical "Scooby-Doo" kids, these guests are members of the gore-punk band the Killer Barbies, who prove themselves quite well equipped to battle the horrors that confront them.

Of Good Report (2013)

Of Good Report is a 2013 South African romantic thriller film, directed by Jahmil X.T. Qubeka. The film had Mothusi Magano and Petronella Tshuma in lead roles. At the 10th Africa Movie Academy Awards, it had the most nominations and awards, and won the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Film. The film was screened at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.

Murder in the Cathedral (1952)

Murder in the Cathedral is a 1951 British drama film directed and produced by George Hoellering and co-written by Hoellering and T. S. Eliot based on Eliot's 1935 verse drama of the same name and starring Father John Groser. The film competed at the 12th Venice International Film Festival and received the award for Best Production Design, given to Peter Pendrey. It was released in the United Kingdom in 1952.

Soursweet (1988)

Soursweet is a 1988 British film directed by Mike Newell. The story, set in the 1960s, is a comedy drama about a young Hong Kong Chinese couple who emigrate to England and start a family. Initially Chen works long hours in a Chinese restaurant while his wife Lily looks after their baby, dreaming of the day when they can open their own business. When Chen becomes indebted to Triads through gambling he decides it is time for his family to go it alone. The screenplay was written by Ian McEwan from the novel Sour Sweet by Timothy Mo.

Wild Beasts (1984)

Animals at a zoo turn into vicious killers after drinking contaminated water.

The Nun and the Sergeant (1962)

The Nun and the Sergeant is a 1962 Korean War drama starring Anna Sten and Robert Webber in the title roles. It was produced by Sten's husband Eugene Frenke, who had produced Heaven Knows, Mr Allison, also a pairing of a Catholic nun and a U.S. Marine. It was directed by Franklin Adreon and released through United Artists.

What's Up Doc? (1950)

What's Up, Doc? is a Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Robert McKimson and released by Warner Bros. Pictures in 1950 to celebrate Bugs Bunny's 10th birthday that year, in which he recounts his life story to a reporter from the "Disassociated Press". Bugs talks about his birth, his rise to fame, the slow years, and when famous Vaudeville performer Elmer Fudd chooses him to be part of his act. Eventually the duo comes upon their classic formula of Hunter vs. Hare. The short also was the first to use the title card music which would continue to be used in Bugs Bunny's cartoons.

Lautlos (2004)

Soundless (German: Lautlos) is a 2004 German crime film directed by Mennan Yapo.

Time Lost and Time Remembered (1966)

I Was Happy Here is a 1966 drama film directed by Desmond Davis. The film won three awards at the 1966 San Sebastián International Film Festival. The film was also released as Time Lost and Time Remembered.

Pretend We're Kissing (2014)

Benny (Dov Tiefenbach) and Jordan (Tommie-Amber Pirie) have a whirlwind weekend romance.

Chile Puede (2008)

Chile puede (Spanish for: Chile can do it) is a 2008 Chilean comedy film about an illegal private Chilean space venture orchestrated by a mad tycoon that comes under the suspicions of the United States government, as an Arab and Al-Qaeda motivated anthrax-filled-satellite attack on the United States.

One Is a Lonely Number (1972)

A young woman has difficulty understanding why her husband walks out on her. Alone for the first time, she finds life difficult to cope with and for a time lives with the hope that her husband will come back to her. After uncovering disturbing new information about her husbands infidelity, she finally comes to realize her marriage is truly over. And it is only then that she discovers what is truly important in life.

It's That Man Again (1943)

An English politician begs, borrows and eventually steals an alcoholic playwright's latest effort to save a theater.

Ich will nicht nur, daß ihr mich liebt - Der Filmemacher Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1992)

Actress Hanna Schygulla, cinematographer Michael Ballhaus and others discuss the life and career of German filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder.

The Alienist (1970)

After an insane asylum is built, the entire town ends up committed.

At Berkeley (2013)

Filmmaker Frederick Wiseman documents the vigorous debate over tuition hikes and budget cuts at one of America's pre-eminent universities.

The Space Movie (1980)

The Space Movie is a documentary film produced in 1979 by Tony Palmer at the request of NASA, to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. The 78 minute film was released theatrically in 1980, on VHS in 1983 and on DVD in 2007. Richard Branson and Simon Draper's Virgin Films produced the film. Ed Bishop provided some narration for the film.

Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars (1938)

Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars is a 1938 Universal Pictures 15 chapter movie serial, based on the syndicated newspaper comic strip Flash Gordon. It is the second of the three Flash Gordon serials made by Universal between 1936 and 1940. The main cast from the first serial reprise their roles: Buster Crabbe as Flash Gordon, Jean Rogers as Dale Arden, Frank Shannon as Dr. Alexis Zarkov, Charles B. Middleton as Ming the Merciless, and Richard Alexander as Prince Barin. Also in the principal cast are Beatrice Roberts as Queen Azura, Donald Kerr as Happy Hapgood, Montague Shaw as the Clay King, and Wheeler Oakman as Ming's chief henchman.

La Fiesta de Santa Barbara (1935)

La Fiesta de Santa Barbara is a 1935 American short comedy film directed by Louis Lewyn. It was nominated for an Academy Award at the 9th Academy Awards in 1936 for Best Short Subject (Color). It features a young, pre-stardom 13-year-old Judy Garland singing "La Cucaracha" with her two sisters.

The Rough, Tough West (1952)

The Rough, Tough West is an American western film directed by Ray Nazarro and starring Charles Starrett, Jock Mahoney and Carolina Cotton. It was released in 1952, during the last year of the Durango Kid series of films. At this late date the series relied on cost-cutting measures to stay within a low budget, so this film contains footage from older Starrett westerns.

Appointment in Bray (1971)

Rendezvous at Bray (French: Rendez-vous à Bray) is a 1971 French-Belgian drama film directed by André Delvaux and starring Anna Karina. It was entered into the 21st Berlin International Film Festival. Much of the film may be imagined by the characters and much is unexplained, leaving viewers to come up with their own interpretations.

Duke-Carolina: The Blue Blood Rivalry (2013)

The history of the feud between Duke University and the University of North Carolina.

Ang tatay kong nanay (1978)

Coring, a gay beautician, is left with a baby by his former ward, Dennis. The baby grows up thinking that Coring is his real father. Everything seems to be smooth until the kid's mother suddenly shows up to claim her son.

Peter & the Wolf (2006)

Peter & the Wolf is a short Polish-British-Norwegian-Mexican model animation film released in 2006. Written and directed by Suzie Templeton and scenography by Marek Skrobecki, it was made in Se-ma-for Studios in Łódź and has been shown in cinemas, sometimes with live musical accompaniment.

Peak (2013)

Technology overtakes the ever-changing nature of the Alps.

Once Upon a Time in Detroit (2017)

A man will stop at nothing to protect his family.

Yallah! Underground (2015)

Underground artists in the Middle East are torn between feelings of disillusion and a vague hope for the future.

Road Gang (1936)

Road Gang is a film released in 1936, showing economic and social injustice due to political corruption. It was directed by Louis King, written by Dalton Trumbo, produced by Bryan Foy, and stars Donald Woods and Kay Linaker.

The Death of Jaime Roldos (2013)

Filmmakers Lisandra I. Rivera and Manolo Sarmiento provide a portrait of Jaime Roldos, Ecuador's first democratically elected president, who died with his family when their plane crashed in the mountains.

God Save Justin Trudeau (2014)

Two political pugilists train for a boxing match that will change their destinies forever.

One Horse Town (1968)

A New England miss (Janet Gaynor) meets a rich stranger (Robert Taylor) who's surprised the next morning to hear they got married.

Mosquito-Man (2013)

Jim Crawley is having a really bad day. He gets fired from his job, his car is towed, he discovers his wife having an affair, then a kind man who saves his life is an evil scientist who turns Jim into a half-man, half-mosquito hellbent for revenge.

15 to Life: Kenneth's Story (2014)

After 10 years of incarceration, a young man in his mid-20s fights for his release while serving four consecutive life sentences.

Out in the Night (2014)

Four black lesbians face charges and conviction for assaulting a man who attacked them on a street in New York.

Secret Of Water (2015)

Filmmakers explore the broad range of environmental factors that affect water, and consider the relationship between the element and mankind.

The Exhibition (2013)

An artist deals with public outrage when she plans to mount a large exhibition of paintings featuring 26 women found murdered on a serial killer's farm.

Of the Flesh (1983)

Of the Flesh is a 1983 Philippine drama film directed by Marilou Diaz-Abaya. The film was selected as the Philippine entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 57th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Special Agent (1935)

Special Agent is a 1935 American drama film directed by William Keighley and starring Bette Davis. The screenplay by Laird Doyle and Abem Finkel is based on a story by Martin Mooney.

Being Us (2014)

A woman with multiple personalities chases danger through one night stands with abusive men.

She Gets Her Man (1945)

When a pair of blowgun murders remain unsolved, the town of Clayton seeks out the daughter of legendary police chief Ma Pilkington. Unfortunately Jane "Pilky" Pilkington (Joan Davis) is less than a chip off the old block. She teams up with officer Mulligan (Leon Errol) to solve the case. However, the two get nowhere. The town calls in a Chicago detective who fails to prevent a theater producer from becoming the next victim, so Pilky gets another chance to prove her worth as a sleuth.

18 Fatal Strikes (1978)

Ching dynasty hunters learn skills from a kung fu master they save.

Life Without Gabriella Ferri (2008)

A love story filled with locked doors, ugly thieves and a wounded stork.

Divers in the Rain (2009)

A man kisses his wife goodbye to go work as a diver.

Nani (2012)

Oscar is caught spraying graffiti and does community service in a nursing home. He teaches Isabel, an 84-year-old woman, how to tag and helps her cover the entire block.

Zombie Girl: The Movie (2009)

Zombie Girl: The Movie is a 2009 documentary that was directed by Justin Johnson, Aaron Marshall, and Erik Mauck. The film focuses on the making of the 2006 zombie film Pathogen that was directed by Emily Hagins, who was twelve years-old at the time.

It's a Boy! (2005)

A man blackmails a soon-to-be-married bridegroom by claiming to be his long-lost son.

The Phantom Kid (1977)

Children play all of the characters -- the good guys, bad guys and barmaids -- in this juvenile Western.

Moolaadé (2004)

Moolaadé ("magical protection") is a 2004 film by the Senegalese writer and director Ousmane Sembène. It addresses the subject of female genital mutilation, a common practice in a number of African countries, from Egypt to Nigeria. The film was a co-production between companies from several Francophone nations: Senegal, France, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Morocco, and Tunisia. It was filmed in the remote village of Djerrisso, Burkina Faso. The film argues strongly against the practice, depicting a village woman, Collé, who uses moolaadé (magical protection) to protect a group of girls. She is opposed by the villagers who believe in the necessity of female genital cutting, which they call "purification".