The first Saudi Arabian-produced film ever to be directed by a woman, this film is a triumph of nuance and substance, as well as a study in everyday female empowerment.
This subtitled musical is full of positive messages about tolerance and compassion, depicting kids with dignity.
Kids learn about Irish legends, ancient manuscripts, and how every hero needs friends to succeed in his quest.
This ingenious stop-motion adventure is a great first subtitled movie for kids.
Share with your kids one of the finest and most satisfying of the "odd couple takes a trip together" genre.
The BBC's 5-part series portrays a more relatable Anne in this faithful adaptation of the legendary diary.
A quirky mad scientist with a heart of gold competes for love by singing. Quirky and wildly entertaining.
Sometimes, you gotta eat fried worms -- or do something you don't want to do -- to get by in this crazy world.
With state-of-the-art digital technology, the story of the dinosaurs unfolds like a documentary.
This frothy concoction shows how hard it can be for parents to let go.
This moving documentary trails the gawky, brilliant competitors of the '99 National Spelling Bee.
Set in the Maori community of New Zealand, this story of a girl's struggle against tradition is truly moving.
This gorgeous film's young heroine battles evil to rescue her parents from a fearsome spirit world.
Famed Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki brings his considerable talents to this beautiful and thoroughly original story.
This classic 1950s Western shows how a lawman must choose between what's best for him and what's right for his town.
Edgy for its day, this baseball comedy still provokes with its story of the triumph.
A coach searches for redemption in this classic basketball film that's about more than playing the game.
Lessons learned from his companionship with a beloved dog help a lonely outsider face the world.
This screwball comedy starring some of America's late, great actors tackles issues of class, manners, and appearances.
A timeless but bleak adaptation of Dickens' classic. By the movie's end, you'll believe in Scrooge's redemption.
One of the best coming-of-age movies ever made for older kids who can handle subtitles, and especially for parents seeking insight into a child's world.
Airing over the holidays, this funny, old-fashioned romantic comedy starring Sandra Bullock will charm families.
A selfish weather man relives the same day over and over again, gradually learning to treat people decently.