Path of The Brave

Path of The Brave 1991

Hilltribes in the Golden Triangle region have different customs and beliefs. This is about the war between 2 such tribes a long time ago. The son of the headman of one tribe is trained in the art of war and the courage to fight the opposing tribe that has stolen their cattle, crops and opium. Once trained the war begins.

Virgin Forest

Virgin Forest 1985

Virgin Forest is a self-described B-movie starring Sarsi Emmanuel, who plays a barrio lass of Chinese ancestry; the late Miguel Rodriguez, as a Filipino-Spanish illustrado; and, Abel Jurado, who plays the lover of Sarsi's character.

Trini

Trini 1977

Trini avenges the torture of his uncle by a landowner’s son. Trini and his fellow peons destroy the landowner’s home and overpower his guards with the help of Emiliano Zapata. Zapata is killed in a conspiracy before Trini can warn him.

Backyard Battlefield

Backyard Battlefield

on a hot summer day some friends start a water gun fight. This would lead to a battle of epic proportions which would be go on the be known as the Water Wars

The Last Bunker

The Last Bunker 1991

The film tells about the last stage of the struggle of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army against the NKVD squads. Events occurring after the end of World War II.

The Monument

The Monument 1977

An old gardener tends for the flowers during the war. Nazis ask him for flowers for their dead.

Last Battle of Yang Chao

Last Battle of Yang Chao 1976

China's biggest and bloodiest battle comes to the screen in it's epic glory! The year is 1645, and the Chinese patriots are fighting for their very existence. Traitors are everywhere, so they can only trust one thing: their Martial Art Skills. Carter Wong and Polly Shan Kwan, the cast of the epic 18 Bronzemen series reunite in a major motion picture that dwarfs the rest! They fight in the thousands and die by the hundreds. Based on historical fact, Iron Phoenix takes heroism to new heights, and action to a new level!

The Unforgiving

The Unforgiving 1993

As Serb forces close in on Srebrenica a Serbian mother seeks the body of her 11-year old son, who was tortured and killed by Muslims in Bosnia.

Nahla

Nahla 1979

Farouk Beloufa's only directorial endeavor follows the life of a group of leftist friends in West Beirut in the early 1970s. Coupled with its exploration of war through photography and cinematography, Nahla is a love story starring the glamorous Yasmine Khlat and featuring a soundtrack composed by Ziad Rahbani.