Friday, April 8
Two desperate brothers attempt a robbery in order to pay for their dying mother's health care. The job goes south and during their escape, they steal an ambulance. But things only get worse when they discover it's occupied by a dying heart patient.
Michael Bay, Jake Gyllenhaal, Nathan Kahane, James Vanderbilt, Bradley Fischer, Eiza González, Garret Dillahunt, Keir O’Donnell
The residents of a small remote town panic when the EPA announces mandatory changes to their chemical plant could cause a dramatic increase in their libido.
Daniel Keith, Mary Dougherty, Courtney Bissonette, Kathy Searle, Roger Hendricks Simon, Sybil Lines, Sheila Stasack, Tony Triano
Set in the idyllic town of Carmel-by-the-Sea, two ex-lovers – one a CIA spy and one an ex-CIA spy – meet for dinner and to reminisce. They relive their memories of the disastrous hijacking of Royal Jordanian Flt 127, which ended in the death of all onboard. It's a failure that haunts the CIA's Vienna station to this day. The question is whether Henry has come to dinner to rekindle the romance or get to the bottom of a conspiracy. It also becomes clear that one of the ex-lovers may not survive the meal.
Laurence Fishburne, Steve Schwartz, Chris Pine, Janus Metz, Nick Wechsler, Olen Steinhauer, Michelle Williams, Mark Gordon
A CIA officer finds himself the target of a rendition operation after being scapegoated for the death of an interrogation subject. As the team tasked to bring the officer in begins to question their orders — and each other — Olsen, a senior intelligence officer, and his subordinate raise the stakes.
Mel Gibson, Dermot Mulroney, Grant S. Johnson, Adan Canto, Jason Isaacs, Katie Cassidy, Barkhad Abdi
Abigail (Agron), a divorced mother of two, struggles to balance the dynamic forces within her dysfunctional family as she attempts to cultivate new love.
Dianna Agron, Mayim Bialik, Simon Helberg, Candice Bergen, Dustin Hoffman, Justin Chu Cary, Charlie Weber, Julian Gant
Desperate to escape the trappings of her small coastal farming town, 16-year-old Abby falls for the lead singer of a touring rock band and must decide whether to leave her family and lifelong friends behind in search of a better life.
Cristela Alonzo, Derek Schweickart, Melissa Leo, Jessica Hester, Fatima Ptacek, Mia Frampton, Mia Xitlali, Ciara Bravo
Conductor Gustavo Dudamel sets the music world afire with his original interpretations of the greatest symphonic works. He is named one of Time’s “100 Most Influential People” and serves as music and artistic director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Amidst social unrest in his native Venezuela, he devises an innovative concert that celebrates the power of art to renew and unite.
Nathaly Al Gindi, Theodore Braun, Gustavo Dudamel, Arturo Marquez, Alejandro Carreńo, Elly Saúll Guerrero
After the star of the Spanish National Dance Company tragically commits suicide, Irene is selected to take her place in the company’s biggest ballet production: Giselle. Now the target of all the girl’s jealousy and cruelty, Irene finds a friend in Aurora, a solitary dancer controlled by her mother. Isolated and fueled by the pressures of the ballet world, Irene and Aurora’s relationship turns more and more obsessive, until they run away together to find themselves.
María Pedraza, Jota Linares, Paula Losada, Mona Martínez
Two kids want to start a heavy metal band in a high school where exactly two kids care about heavy metal. Hunter (Adrian Greensmith) is a diehard metal fan —is there any other kind?— who knows his history and can shred. His dream in life is to win at the upcoming Battle of the Bands. He enlists his best friend Kevin (Jaeden Martell) to man the drums. But with schoolmates more interested in Bieber than Black Sabbath, finding a bassist is a struggle. Until Kevin overhears Emily (Isis Hainsworth) slaying on her cello. The motley crew must contend with school, parents, hormones and teen angst while trying to get along long enough for Skullf*cker to win the Battle of the Bands.
Brett Gelman, Michelle Mao, Peter Sollett, Joe Manganiello, Jaeden Martell, Sufe Bradshaw, Katie O'Grady, Isis Hainsworth
Follows two New York City filmmakers go on several dates during the pandemic in 2020, and they figure out how to end poverty worldwide. Allyson (Alia Lorae) is an underground filmmaker voted The Most Productive Person In NYC by an underground film website. Rene (Sujewa Ekanayake) is an established independent filmmaker who was found to be The Happiest Man In North America by several research institutions in New York City. The two meet for dinner at Rene's place and visit beautiful places in New York City over the course of several weeks. Through the conversations on their dates, Allyson and Rene discover a way to end poverty worldwide, and they launch a secret project to make that happen.
Sujewa Ekanayake, Alia Lorae
When a-ha's breakthrough hit "Take on Me" shot to #1 on the Billboard charts in 1985, it turned its three young band members into global superstars overnight. While the iconic song and its groundbreaking music video remain ubiquitous to this day, the story of a-ha didn't end there. After 35 years, a deep catalog of 11 studio albums and 55 million units sold – despite controversies and disagreements – a-ha continues to record music and play to packed arenas around the world.
Thomas Robsahm, Pål Waaktaar, Magne Furuholmen, Morten Harket
For Ricky Ringer, bull riding was always his life, but he could never win a championship. Twenty-five years later, Ricky continues to ride and despite warnings from his wife, mother and his ailing body, Ricky is determined to chase that elusive title or die trying.
Metlakatla is Alaska's last Native Indian reserve. For hundreds of years two distinct traditions have defined their community- fishing and basketball. Watch as two cousins lead their local High School team toward a shot at their first state championship in over 30 years. In the aftermath of an unimaginable tragedy, a basketball title has the ability to breathe new life back into this small town.
Jeff Harasimowicz, Danny Marsden, DJ King
As her roommate Lisa prepares to move out of their apartment, Mara contemplates the end of an era. Furniture is moved, walls painted, cupboards built. Amid all the hustle and bustle, secret longings and desires come to the surface and coalesce around the roommates as well as around Lisa’s mother Astrid, the movers, the girls’ old neighbors, the neighbors’ cat, Lisa’s new neighbor and an ever-expanding cast of characters. Day turns into night and one final party in the apartment. When the last box is moved, the fragments of their lives remain.
Ramon Zürcher, Silvan Zürcher, Henriette Confurius, Liliane Amuat, Ursina Lardi, Flurin Giger, André Hennicke, Dagna Litzenberger-Vinet