The Prodigal Planet 1983 >

Final and least well-known installment in the Mark IV series of fundamentalist apocalypse films. About to executed by the forces of the Antichrist, fundamentalist Christian guerrilla David is rescued by Connie, an Antichrist agent pretending to be a double agent for the Believers' Underground. Connie hopes to trick David into leading her to the dissidents' hidden base. Meanwhile, Armageddon and the Second Coming draw nigh.

Second Chances 2013 >

An elderly lady gets the chance of a lifetime, only to learn that the grass is not always greener on the other side.

Attack of the Brainsucker 2012 >

Samantha, a little girl growing up in the sixties, loves classic b-movies and monsters - That is, until they start to invade her bedroom and her obssession compels her parents to seek help from the latest scientific breakthrough

Beasts 1977 >

A pretty girl arrives on a small island on a dark and stormy night. She becomes an excuse for the turbulence and evil that occurs when one man forgets his dignity and becomes a beast.

Dreams and Mirrors 2010 >

Tsukamoto's film offers the spectator a sophisticated, psychological adventure through the dreams and mirrors of Sara, as she deals with her both happy and feared ghosts. - Dr. Ger Zielinski

1st Bite 2006 >

Set on a tropical island in Thailand, the strange plight of a beleaguered chef who, while romancing a mysterious woman, discovers the diabolical Zen of cooking. Following a near death escape, he returns to Montreal and falls hard for the woman of his life who unfortunately craves only his cooking but not his loving. Worse still, strange things surfacing around him indicate that his journey to the Far East has deep, divine implications. The stage is set for him to take the 1st bite of true love and end the cycle of suffering for all involved.

Müthis bir tren 1975 >

No signs of life. A man at the train station cuts his way through the passengers standing still as if time stopped.

In Passing 2011 >

In Passing is a collaboration between seven different filmmakers from around the world in response to Jesse Richards' 2008 Remodernist Film Manifesto.

Happiness Comes at Nine o'Clock 1961 >

One day, Happiness and Sorrow come to town. Happiness leaves her magical cloak in the local inn, saying that it fulfills every wish to those who wear it. However, Sorrow knows that Happiness doesn't come alone, but brings worries with herself, too. The magical cloak changes its owner and fulfills the most unusual wishes of timid professor of violin, old night guard, naive student and blonde girl. When all their wishes are fulfilled, they find out that they did not achieve happiness.

The Lucky Dragon 2009 >

A mischievous dragon gets into trouble and is banished to Earth. On Earth he takes the form of a young boy, and he befriends and joins the Order of Swords, who do battle with the evil Stretch for control of Earth as each tries to possess the Bantam Sword. The Bantam Sword is atop a mountain, and, as the forces of good and evil battle to claim it, the mischievous dragon must find a way to assist in the Order of Swords' quest as he tries to find happiness in his new surroundings.

May Night 1940 >

By Nikolai Gogol's "May Night, or the Drowned Maiden". Son of a stubborn mayor can not get his father's agreement to marry an ordinary peasant girl. Unexpectedly he gets the help from an "evil force"

The Maze 2002 >

A magical maze teaches an introverted college girl that there may not always be time to learn to get to know people, or love.

Egon 2013 >

Symptoms of influenza mean the last days in the life of the Austrian painter Egon Schiele (1890-1918) seem to be played out beyond the confines of a set time and space. His stylised portraits come to live and edge him further towards death. Choreographer Stuart has transformed his images into a transparent movement language that by turns follows and ignores the music by Alexander von Zemlinsky. The rawly expressive and confrontational imagery reflects the powerful effect of Schiele’s drawings and paintings.