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June 28, 2018

This collection of trailers will get you as excited as we are about what’s coming to theaters this summer and fall…


This is Congo

In theaters June 29 (NY & LA)

Director: Daniel McCabe

Story: Meet four individuals surviving within Africa’s longest continuing conflict—a whistleblower, a patriotic military commander, a mineral dealer and a displaced tailor.

Critical reception: “McCabe lets his subjects tell their own stories. [Their] words play over vivid footage of everyday moments and extraordinary happenings. Often, the former is the latter and vice versa.” —Alan Scherstuhl, Village Voice

*Cinereach grant-supported film



Sorry to Bother You

In theaters July 6 (US)

Director: Boots Riley

Story: In an alternate present-day version of Oakland, black telemarketer Cassius Green discovers a magical key to professional success, which propels him into a macabre universe.

Critical reception: “There’s nothing safe about Boots Riley’s film—nothing predictable, nothing derivative or generic, nothing routine… It’s a confrontational, unforgettable announcement of a new talent. —Brian Tallerico,

*Cinereach co-production



Night Comes On

In theaters and on VOD August 3 (US)

Director: Jordana Spiro

Story: Angel is released from juvenile detention on the eve of her 18th birthday. Haunted by her past, she embarks on a journey with her 10-year-old sister to avenge her mother’s death.

Critical reception: “Night Comes On is the female revenge movie we need right now.” Anne Cohen, Refinery29

*Cinereach grant-supported film



We the Animals

In theaters August 17 (US)

Director: Jeremiah Zagar

Story: Brothers Manny, Joel and Jonah tear their way through childhood and push against the volatile love of their parents. As Manny and Joel grow into versions of their father, Jonah, the youngest, finds an imagined world all his own.

Critical reception:A complicated coming-of-age tale that not only brings refreshing insights but gives us beautifully rendered images that have the power to haunt you for days.” Jordan Ruimy, The Playlist

*Cinereach original production





In theaters: September 21 (UK) 28 (US)

Director: Steve Loveridge

Story: Drawn from a never-before-seen cache of personal footage spanning decades, this is an intimate portrait of the Sri Lankan artist and musician who continues to shatter conventions.

Critical reception: “The excellent documentary Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. clarifies what the controversial pop star was fighting for all along… This is not a normal pop documentary, because M.I.A. was not a normal pop star.”Spencer Kornhaber, The Atlantic

*Cinereach original production



Monsters and Men

In theaters: Fall TBD

Director: Reinaldo Marcus Green

Story: This interwoven narrative explores the aftermath of a police killing of a black man through the eyes of the bystander who filmed the act, an African-American police officer and a high-school baseball phenom inspired to take a stand.

Critical reception: “Magnificent and profound… Superbly acted… a film about having the difficult conversations even when the answers to our questions might not be readily available.” Aramide A. Tinubu, Shadow and Act

*Cinereach grant-supported film