Friday, February 2
Quintessential eternal bridesmaid Nellie Robinson (Leah McKendrick) constantly finds herself between weddings, baby showers, and bad dates. When she begins to feel like the clock is ticking and is faced with bleak romantic prospects, Nellie decides to freeze her eggs — setting her on an empowering journey to a brave new world where she ultimately discovers “the one” she’s looking for might be herself.
Brett Haley, Gillian Bohrer, Amanda Mortimer, Luke Taylor, Leah McKendrick, Jonathan Levine, Ego Nwodim, Andrew Santino
A talented young country singer, dating the most beautiful cheerleader in high school, dreams of nothing but going to Nashville to become a music star. As fate would have it, his music career takes off at the same time as their relationship and he must choose between his love of music and the girl of his dreams.
Alexis Gomez, Kevin Sizemore, Kourtney Hansen, Ryan O'Quinn, Kate Orsini, Waylon Payne, Demetrius Navarro, Ty DeMartino
In San Francisco, a Chinese-American boy is forced to hone his skills in ancient Chinese magic. When his grandmother who raised him is overtaken by enemies, the boy becomes guardian of a phoenix egg that controls the fate of good and evil and allies himself with a tiger capable of turning into a human form.
Bowen Yang, Carlos Baena, Catherine Winder, David Magee, Sandra Oh, Leah Lewis, Jane Startz, Sandra Rabins
After Wild Bill is killed in a poker game, Calamity Jane must break out of prison and seek revenge before the Deadwood's Sheriff can arrest them.
Priscilla Faia, Stephen Amell, Tim Rozon, Terry Miles, Emily Bett Rickards, Gage Marsh, Garrett Black, Christian Sloan
A coming-of-age "traumedy" that follows 16-year-old Lindy (Maddie Ziegler) who is unexpectedly diagnosed with a reproductive condition, MRKH syndrome. The diagnosis upends her plans to have sex, her presumptions about womanhood and sexuality, her relationship with her mother (Emily Hampshire), and most importantly, herself.
Molly McGlynn, Maddie Ziegler, Emily Hampshire, Djouliet Amara, D'Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai, Christian Rose, Dennis Andres
In 1755, the impoverished captain Ludvig Kahlen sets out to conquer the harsh, uninhabitable Danish heath with a seemingly impossible goal: to build a colony in the name of the King. In exchange, he'll receive a desperately desired Royal name for himself. But the sole ruler of the area, the merciless Frederik de Schinkel, arrogantly believes this land belongs to him. When de Schinkel learns the maid Ann Barbara and her servant husband have escaped for refuge with Kahlen, the privileged, spiteful ruler swears revenge, doing everything in his power to drive the captain away. Kahlen will not be intimidated and engages in an unequal battle — risking not only his life, but also that of the family of outsiders that formed around him.
Mads Mikkelsen, Nikolaj Arcel, Amanda Collin, Simon Bennebjerg, Kristine Kujath Thorp, Gustav Lindh
In 2006 over two million Americans were incarcerated but only one managed to escape a federal maximum-security wing while under 24-hour surveillance - Quawntay “Bosco” Adams. For the chance to be at his first child’s birth, he planned an ingenious escape with the help of a lonely Missouri woman that he meets by replying to a personal ad.
Vivica A. Fox, Tyrese Gibson, Nicholas Manuel Pino, Thomas Jane, Nikki Blonsky, Theo Rossi
When a mysterious Super-Villain covers the jungle with a toxic pink foam that explodes on contact with water, the Jungle Bunch is called to the rescue. With less than a month before the rainy season, the race is on! Our heroes, joined by new allies, will travel around the world in search for an antidote. From the far regions of the North, to Europe, Asia and Middle East they will embark on their greatest quest ever.
Laurent Bru, Yannick Moulin
The Monk and The Gun is set in the Kingdom of Bhutan, 2006. Modernization has finally arrived. Bhutan becomes the last country in the world to connect to the internet and television, and now the biggest change of all: democracy. To teach the people how to vote, the authorities organize a mock election, but the locals seem unconvinced. Traveling to rural Bhutan where religion is more popular than politics, the election supervisor discovers that a monk is planning a mysterious ceremony for the election day.
Pawo Choyning Dorji, Stephanie Lai, Feng Hsu, Jean-Christophe Simon, Tandin Wangchuk, Deki Lhamo, Pema Zangmo Sherpa, Tandin Sonam
Seeking a retreat where they can salvage their struggling relationship, young couple Leyla (Mala Emde) and Tristan (Jonas Dassler) travel to a remote island at the invitation of Leyla’s childhood friend Stella, where it soon becomes clear that what the island offers is more mysterious than a simple vacation. Leyla and Tristan join another couple in a ritual to exchange bodies and see the world through the eyes of someone else – a chance to find themselves or, for some of them, a chance at escape. Free from the constraints of her former body, Leyla quickly finds she has never been happier, with a fresh outlook on life and a new sense of release and fulfillment. But when she refuses to return to her old self, the situation threatens to spiral out of control. Subverting genre and gender as it toggles from body swap thriller to intimate relationship drama, Skin Deep tells a story that transcends bodies, embracing the endless fluid possibilities in the question of what it means to truly love someone.
Jonas Dassler, Alex Schaad, Mala Emde, Dimitrij Schaad, Maryam Zaree