Lee is a war photographer who has spent her adult life in the world’s most treacherous conflict zones, documenting the catastrophes of others. When we meet her, she has recently experienced her own horror after being taken hostage and brutalized in Libya. Instead of returning to New York where her concerned colleagues and loved ones anxiously await her, Lee detours to Sicily, where she holes up in a small hotel to weather her PTSD on her own terms, not far from the home of her former lover and mentor Albert more►
We Strangers follows a commercial cleaning woman whose life is turned upside down when she starts working for a rich family across town, and in doing so, she begins to shift her personality to fit in with her new employers.
We the Animals
In theaters August 17, 2018 Us three. Us brothers. Us kings, inseparable. Three boys tear through their childhood, in the midst of their young parents’ volatile love that makes and unmakes the family many times over. While Manny and Joel grow into versions of their loving and unpredictable father, Ma seeks to shelter her youngest, Jonah, in the cocoon of home. More sensitive and conscious than his older siblings, Jonah increasingly embraces an imagined world all his own. With a screenplay by Dan Kitrosser and Jeremiah Zagar based on the more►
Andrew Neiman is an ambitious young jazz drummer, in pursuit of rising to the top of his elite music conservatory. Terence Fletcher, an instructor known for his terrifying teaching methods, discovers Andrew and transfers the aspiring drummer into the top jazz ensemble, forever changing the young man’s life. But Andrew’s passion to achieve perfection quickly spirals into obsession, as his ruthless teacher pushes him to the brink of his ability and his sanity.
Wild Nights With Emily
Wild Nights With Emily is the story of the secret life of Emily Dickinson (played by Molly Shannon). The poet’s persona, popularized since her death, is that of a reclusive spinster—a delicate wallflower, too sensitive for this world. This film explores the vivacious, irreverent side of her that was covered up for many years and recently revealed— most notably Emily’s lifelong romance with another woman, Susan Dickinson, the wife of Emily’s brother. After Emily died, the mistress of Emily’s brother would publish Emily’s poems. A fierce rivalry between Emily’s beloved more►
Wolf is a lonely, silent, sixteen-year-old boy. He tries to hide his emotions, but sometimes he is overwhelmed by the smell of a girl’s hair, or when trying to peek under Clara’s short skirt — the 20-year-old who visits her boyfriend who lives upstairs. Wolf lives with his younger brother and his mother. He doesn’t have a father, he just has a few things of his that remind Wolf of his father’s death, and Wolf tries to avoid them. The burden of watching over his family has fallen to him, but more►
Wolf and Sheep
Wolf and Sheep is a drama with fantastical elements about a community in a little village in Afghanistan and its everyday life: what is allowed and what isn’t, what is said and what isn’t, and small details, traditions and values never portrayed before.
Yelling to the Sky
As her family falls apart, seventeen year old Sweetness O’Hara is left to fend for herself in a neighborhood where her survival is uncertain.
Your Face in Mine
In this provocative medical drama set in near-future Baltimore, forty-year-old radio station manager Kelly Thorndike encounters his former high-school classmate, whose astonishing transformation spurs Kelly to confront his past and face his choices. Martin Lipkin, once the white Jewish bassist in Kelly’s teenage rock band, is now a wealthy African-American international entrepreneur, married to a gorgeous African-American woman with two adopted African-American daughters. Martin Lipkin underwent racial reassignment surgery (RRS) and now identifies as Martin Wilkinson. An enigmatic gender-reassignment surgeon in Bangkok has added RRS to his repertoire, perfecting the more►
Filmmaker Talya Lavie steps into the spotlight with a dark comedy about everyday life for a unit of young, female Israeli soldiers. The human resources office at a remote desert base serves as the setting for this cast of characters, who bide their time pushing paper, battling for the top score in Minesweeper, and counting down the minutes until they can return to civilian life. Amidst their boredom and clashing personalities, issues of commitment — from friendship to love and country — are handled with humor and sharp-edged wit.