|Frank the Bastard – Trailer
A young woman returns to her birthplace after her father’s death and unearths distant memories and long-buried secrets that change everything she thought she knew about her family, past and herself.
Directed by: Brad Coley
Starring: Rachel Miner, William Sadler, Chris Sarandon, Wendy Vanden Heuvel, Andy Comeau, Ellen Albertini Dow, Shamika Cotton
|L.A. Slasher – Trailer
Driven to rage over the tawdry excesses of reality television, a self-appointed cultural crusaderkidnaps several very famous nobodies to make his pointâbut his crimes only generate more tabloid frenzy.
Directed by: Martin Owen
Starring: Mischa Barton, Andy Dick, Dave Bautista, Eric Roberts, Danny Trejo, Abigail Wright, Frank Collison, Marissa Lauren, Drake Bell, Elizabeth Morris
|The Overnight – Featurette
Alex (Adam Scott), Emily (Taylor Schilling), and their son, RJ, have recently moved to Los Angeles’ Eastside from Seattle. Feeling lost in a new city, they are desperate to find their first new friends. After a chance meeting with Kurt (Jason Schwartzman) at the neighborhood park, they gladly agree to join family pizza night at the home. But as it gets later and the kids go to bed,the family “playdate” becomes increasingly more revealing and bizarre as the couples begin to open up.
Directed by: Patrick Brice
Starring: Taylor Schilling, Adam Scott, Jason Schwartzman, Judith Godrèche
|The Little Death – Featurette
THE LITTLE DEATH, which marks the arrival of Australian writer-director Josh Lawson,is both an edgy sex comedy and a warm-hearted depiction of the secret lives of five suburban couples living in Sydney. Lawson’s searing and sometimes shocking screenplay weaves together a story that explores a range of sexual fetishes and the repercussions that come with sharing them. Featuring an ensemble of breakthrough talent, the film was produced by Jamie Hilton, Michael Petroni and Matt Reeder, and executive produced by Phil Hunt, Compton Ross, Josh Pomeranz, Viv Scanu and Stephen Boyle.
Directed by: Josh Lawson
Starring: Josh Lawson, Bojana Novakovic, Damon Herriman, Kate Mulvany, Kate Box, Patrick Brammall, Alan Dukes, Lisa McCune, Erin James, TJ Power
|Self/less – Featurette
In this provocative psychological science fiction thriller, an extremely wealthy man (Academy AwardÂ® Winner Ben Kingsley) dying from cancer undergoes a radical medical procedure that transfers his consciousness into the body of a healthy young man (Ryan Reynolds). But all is not as it seems when he starts to uncover the mystery of the bodyâs origin and the organization that will kill to protect its cause.
Directed by: Tarsem Singh
Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Natalie Martinez, Matthew Goode, Victor Garber, Derek Luke, Michelle Dockery, Ben Kingsley
|Big Game – Clip
In the rugged countryside of Finland, a young thirteen-year-old (Onni Tommila) embarks on a traditional quest to prove himself by spending 24 hours alone in the wild, armed with only a bow and arrow. After witnessing a spectacular crash, he discovers the escape pod from Air Force One, containing the President of the United States (Samuel L. Jackson). When they realize a group of kidnappers is hot on their trail with the intention of taking the president, this unlikely duo must escape their hunters as they search for the American Special Forces team sent out to find them.
Directed by: Jalmari Helander
Starring: Samuel L. Jackson, Onni Tommila, Ray Stevenson, Victor Garber, Mehmet Kurtulus, Ted Levine, Jorma Tommila, Risto Salmi, Felicity Huffman, Jim Broadbent
|Phoenix – Trailer
A riveting mystery of identity unfolds against the turmoil of post-World War II Germany in the stunning new film fromacclaimed director Christian Petzold (Barbara). Nelly (Nina Hoss), a German-Jewish nightclub singer, has survived a concentration camp, but with her face disfigured by a bullet wound. After reconstructive surgery, Nelly emerges with a new face, one similar but different enough that her former husband, Johnny (Ronald Zehrfeld), doesnât recognize her. Rather than reveal herself, Nelly walks into a dangerous game of duplicity and disguise as she tries to figure out if the man she loves may have betrayed her to the Nazis. Evoking the haunted mood of post-war Berlin, Phoenix weaves a complex tale of a nationâs tragedy and a womanâs search for answers as it builds towards an unforgettable, heart-stopping climax.
Directed by: Christian Petzold
Starring: Nina Hoss, Ronald Zehrfeld, Nina Kunzendorf
|Me and Earl and the Dying Girl – Featurette
Winner of the GrandJury Prize and the Audience Award at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl is the uniquely funny, moving story of Greg (Thomas Mann), a high school senior who is trying to blend in anonymously, avoiding deeper relationships as a survival strategy for navigating the social minefield that is teenage life. He even describes his constant companion Earl (RJ Cyler), with whom he makes short film parodies of classic movies, as more of a “co-worker” than a best friend. But when Gregâs mom (Connie Britton) insists he spend time with Rachel (Olivia Cooke)âa girl in his class who has just been diagnosed with cancerâhe slowly discovers how worthwhile the true bonds of friendship can be.
Directed by: Alfonso Gomez-Rejon
Starring: Thomas Mann, Olivia Cooke, RJ Cyler, Nick Offerman, Molly Shannon, Jon Bernthal, Connie Britton
|Lila and Eve – Clip
A tense and exciting film, LILA AND EVE is directed by Charles Stone III (DRUMLINE) and tells thestory of Lila (Academy AwardÂ® nominee Viola Davis), a grief-stricken mother who in the aftermath of her sonâs murder in a drive-by shooting attends a support group where she meets Eve (Jennifer Lopez), who has lost her daughter. When Lila hits numerous roadblocks from the police in bringingjustice for her sonâs slaying, Eve urges Lila to take matters into her own hands to track down her sonâs killers. The two women soon embark on a violent pursuit of justice, as they work to the top of the chain of drug dealers to avenge the murder of Lilaâs son.
Directed by: Charles Stone III
Starring: Viola Davis, Jennifer Lopez, Shea Whigham, Chris Chalk, Julius Tennon, Andre Royo, Aml Ameen, Yolonda Ross, Diarra Kilpatrick, Ron Caldwell