Friday, April 29
Follows Alex Lewis (Neeson), an expert assassin with a reputation for discreet precision. When he refuses to complete a job for a dangerous criminal organization, he becomes a target and must go on the hunt for those who want him dead.
Liam Neeson, Martin Campbell, Arthur Sarkissian, Cathy Schulman, Rupert Maconick, Dario Scardapane, Guy Pearce
When an aspiring young artist is forced to join her high school track team, she uses it as an opportunity to pursue the girl she's been harboring a long-time crush on. But she soon finds herself falling for an unexpected teammate and discovers what real love feels like.
Addie Weyrich, Sammi Cohen, Jeremy Garelick, Will Phelps, Ryan Bennett, Kirsten King, Casey Rackham, Rowan Blanchard
The film follows a spirited young woman who falls in love with the novelist wife of the man with whom she’s having an affair.
Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet, Anais Demoustier, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Denis Podalydès, Jean-Charles Clichet, Xavier Guelf, Christophe Montenez
Two women flee into the New Mexican desert to escape the clutches of an insidious cult called "Skylight". Consumed by fear and paranoia, they can't shake the feeling that they are being followed by its leader, a man as seductive as he is controlling. With their supplies dwindling and their senses starting to fail them, they are faced with a horrifying question: how do you run from an enemy who lives inside your head?
Malin Akerman, Chris Cullari, Jennifer Raite, Lorenza Izzo, Chris Messina, Sandrine Holt
Pompo is a talented and gutsy producer in “Nyallywood,” the movie-making capital of the world. Although she’s known for B-movies, one day Pompo tells her movie-loving but apprehensive assistant Gene that he will direct her next script: a delicate drama about a tormented artistic genius, starring the legendary and Brando-esque actor Martin Braddock, and a young actress seeking her first break. But when the production heads towards chaos, can Gene rise to Pompo’s challenge, and succeed as a first-time director?
Hiroya Shimizu, Konomi Kohara, Takayuki Hirao, Akio Ôtsuka
Retired CIA agent Robert Carter Michaels (Bruce Willis) and his son Paul (Jesse Metcalfe) have committed themselves to rebuilding their relationship after their epic last encounter spent protecting the highly secure secret base: the Fortress. Secluded in the Appalachian Mountains, running a family bed and breakfast, everything seems to be going well for them until Melissa, Paul's wife who's expecting their first child, doesn't return from an errand run. After a frantic search, Robert and Paul's worst fears become reality: Melissa has been abducted and her ruthless captors request access to the mysterious Shipwreck account, that keeps hidden 600 million dollars. Robert and Paul embark on a deadly journey through the rugged mountains in the hopes of reaching Melissa before time runs out.
Randall Emmett, Josh Sternfeld, Bruce Willis, Chad Michael Murray, George Furla, Luillo Ruiz, Jesse Metcalfe
Desperate to find a wife, Shawn (Thomas) meets Violet (Cleary) and thinks she's his perfect soulmate, but his autism keeps him from realizing she's actually a prostitute looking for a ticket out of her trapped life.
Allen Wolf, Cason Thomas, Cora Cleary, Kaelon Christopher, Jan D'Arcy, Malcolm J. West
In the comedic anti-hero action-filled adventure GREEN GHOST AND THE MASTERS OF THE STONE, director Michael D. Olmos channels the spirit of martial arts legends. Charlie (CHARLIE CLARK), an ordinary car salesman by day, amateur Lucha libre fighter by night, learns he is part of a secret warrior “triad of light” when he is attacked by unknown assailants seeking an otherworldly emerald. In order to stop them, and protect his familia, he is forced to find his inner hero. As he trains with the unconventional Master Gin (action film legend DANNY TREJO), Charlie goes from Gringo to Green Ghost, discovering his super powers, and becoming the anti-hero needed to save the world.
Kuno Becker, Renée Victor, Pepe Serna, Michael D. Olmos, Charlie Clark, Marko Zaror, Sofia Pernas, Elpidia Carrillo
After the bombing of his father's chocolate factory, a charming young Syrian refugee struggles to settle into his new Canadian small-town life, caught between following his dream to become a doctor and preserving his family's chocolate-making legacy. Based on the incredible internationally recognized true story.
Katheryn Kirkpatrick, Mark Hachem, Jonathan Keijser, Abdul Malik, Hatem Ali, Ayham Abou Ammar, Mark Camacho, Yara Sabri
Luciano (Gabriele Silli) is a wandering outcast in a remote, late 19th-century Italian village. His life becomes undone by alcohol, forbidden love, and a bitter conflict with the prince of the region over the right of passage through an ancient gateway. When the quarrel escalates, Luciano is exiled to the distant Argentine province of Tierra del Fuego where, with the help of ruthless gold-diggers, he searches for a mythical treasure, paving his way toward redemption. However, in these barren lands, only greed and insanity can prevail.
Alessio Rigo de Righi, Matteo Zoppis
Based on a true story during the Cold War, Firebird is a passionate love story set against the backdrop of an Air Force base in occupied Estonia during late 1970’s Communist rule. Sergey (Tom Prior), a soulful, young soldier who dreams of becoming an actor in Moscow, is counting the days until his military service ends. His life is turned upside down when he locks eyes with Roman (Oleg Zagorodnii), a sexy, enigmatic ace fighter pilot newly assigned to his base. Driven by their undeniable attraction, Sergey and Roman navigate the precarious line between love and friendship at a time when Soviet men in uniform caught having a sexual affair was met with the severest punishment. As their friendship grows into love, the men risk their freedom and their lives to be together in the face of an all-seeing Communist regime.
Margus Prangel, Peeter Rebane, Tom Prior, Oleg Zagorodnii, Diana Pozharskaya, Jake-Thomas Henderson, Nicholas Woodeson
Follows Lisa (Sophie Marceau), a single woman who decides to take a chance on love again by catapulting her life from Paris to Los Angeles. Her children flew the coop and her famous, yet absent, mother just passed, so Lisa needs a big change. She reunites with her best friend Luka (Djanis Bouzyani), who found success in America with his iconic drag queen bar but is struggling to find his own prince charming. Luka embarks on a mission to give Lisa a fresh start by creating a profile for her on a dating website. From awkward dates to a surprise encounter with John (Colin Woodell), Lisa will understand that the journey to love is a journey towards herself and forgiveness of her first love: her mother.
Djanis Bouzyani, Lisa Azuelos, Sophie Marceau, Colin Woodell
Babloo is a computer genius and Inaaya is a self-made billionaire. The two fall in love but due to unforeseen circumstances they suddenly part ways. When they are reunited, action, drama and edge of the seat thrills follow as the world wants Babloo dead.
Ahmed Khan, Tiger Shroff, Tara Sutaria, Nawazuddin Siddiqui
In Hatching, 12-year-old gymnast, Tinja (Siiri Solalinna), is desperate to please her image-obsessed mother, whose popular blog ‘Lovely Everyday Life’ presents their family’s idyllic existence as manicured suburban perfection. One day, after finding a wounded bird in the woods, Tinja brings its strange egg home, nestles it in her bed, and nurtures it until it hatches. The creature that emerges becomes her closest friend and a living nightmare, plunging Tinja beneath the impeccable veneer into a twisted reality that her mother refuses to see.
Oiva Ollila, Hanna Bergholm, Ilja Rautsi, Siiri Solalinna, Sophia Heikkilä, Jani Volanen, Reino Nordin