Friday, June 2
A dominatrix (Qualley) and her wealthy client (Abbott) engage in a battle of wills inside a luxury hotel suite after he tries to end their relationship. Over the course of one emotionally fraught night, the balance of power swings back and forth as each seeks to gain the upper hand. Is he hopelessly overmatched? Or is her wildly unpredictable behavior all part of an elaborate game?
Christopher Abbott, Zachary Wigon, Micah Bloomberg, Margaret Qualley
Simulant follows Faye (Brewster), a widowed woman searching for comfort following the loss of her husband Evan (Amell) by using an android simulant, or SIM, created in his image. Although nearly identical to her husband, Faye can’t bring herself to love the android in the same way she loved her husband leaving SIM Evan’s love unrequited. Determined to win her heart, SIM Evan’s exceptional ability to think and feel triggers a manhunt led by government agent Kessler (Worthington) who oversees capturing conscious, and potentially dangerous, SIMs.
Sam Worthington, Alicia Sanz, Robbie Amell, Jordana Brewster, April Mullen, Ryan Christopher Churchill, Simu Liu
It is the end of World War I and the young Italian soldiers are making their way back to San Giovanni Rotondo, a land of poverty, with a tradition of violence and submission to the iron-clad rule of the church and its wealthy landowners. Families are desperate, the men are broken, albeit victorious. Padre Pio also arrives, at a remote Capuchin monastery, to begin his ministry, evoking an aura of charisma, saintliness and epic visions of Jesus, Mary and the Devil himself. The eve of the first free elections in Italy sets the stage for a massacre with a metaphorical dimension: an apocalyptic event that changes the course of history.
Shia LaBeouf, Stella Mastrantonio, Abel Ferrara, Asia Argento, Brando Pacitto, Maurizio Braucci, Cristina Chiriac, Marco Leonardi
An ex-military doctor finds herself in a deadly battle for survival when the Irish mafia seize control of the hospital at which she works. When her son is taken hostage, she is forced to rely upon her battle-hardened past and lethal skills after realizing there’s no one left to save the day but her.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Tony Dean Smith, Leah Gibson, Jon Voight, Scott Karol, Charles Cooper, Steven Paul, Jason Bourque
Nora and Hae Sung, two deeply connected childhood friends, are wrest apart after Nora’s family emigrates from South Korea. Two decades later, they are reunited in New York for one fateful week as they confront notions of destiny, love, and the choices that make a life, in this heartrending modern romance.
Greta Lee, John Magaro, Celine Song, Teo Yoo, Jojo T. Gibbs
Jess (Dani Barker) has finally found her hook: secretly filming creepy interactions she encounters via online job listings, and using the kinks of others to fuel her streaming success. For her next episode, she’s been hired by Tom (Luke Cook) to write the ending of a screenplay in a remote, lavish cabin. Once there, the alluring self-proclaimed screenwriter hands her a script in which the two of them are the main characters. This client isn’t what he seems, and even though the money’s great... the real payment here could cost her life. Follow Her is a psycho-sexual thriller which questions the ethical boundaries of social media.
Dani Barker, Mark Moses, Sylvia Caminer, Luke Cook, Eliana Jones, Cristala Carter, Brian Vincent
Shortly after the end of the Second World War: In 1945 and 1946, the men of the British ‘War Crimes Investigation Unit’ drove through northern Germany on the hunt for Nazi criminals. One of them is Captain Anton Walter Freud, the grandson of Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis. Anton Walter Freud fled to London with his family from the Nazis in 1938. Now an intelligence officer, he’s back to track down killers on Allied wanted lists: hitmen in pinstripes, brutal SS henchmen, and ruthless doctors who conducted medical experiments even on children.
Franz Hartwig, Robin Sondermann, Konstantin Lindhorst, Patrick Güldenberg
Set in Akron, Ohio, LeBron James and his four high school basketball teammates become an Amateur Athletic Union powerhouse. The players face the challenge of handling the growing fame of James while keeping together as teammates who had formed a close bond.
LeBron James, Tony Rettenmaier, Maverick Carter, Juel Taylor, Algee Smith, Frank E. Flowers, Wood Harris, Avery S. Wills Jr.
To save his little brother from the hands of dangerous narcos of the Medellín cartel, Reda has a plan that is as simple as it is totally insane: put together a team and raid Colombia! But this crazy adventure is going to get completely out of control when he decides to kidnap the son of the cartel leader to exchange him for his brother's life.
Anouar Toubali, Raymond Cruz, Mike Tyson, Franck Gastambide, Brahim Bouhlel, Essined Aponte
An uplifting story of resilience set in the dance world, “Rise” tells the story of a young ballet dancer whose life is upended when she suffers a career threatening injury and catches her boyfriend cheating on her. As she begins her physical and emotional rehabilitation, she finds solace in friends, a new love, and a new contemporary dance troupe.
Cédric Klapisch, Hofesh Shechter, Pio Marmaï, François Civil, Marion Barbeau, Denis Podalydès, Muriel Robin, Souheila Yacoub
As in Red Dog, the soul of this film will be drawn out of the relationship between a community and a dog." An ordinary dog whose strange good fortune and innate ability to connect with people allow him to navigate his local community, the world of show dog competitions and eventually the film entertainment business, his rise to stardom and ultimate legacy of helping other dogs in shelters.
Jason Isaacs, Aaron McCann, Sarah Woods, Dominic Pearce, Toby Truslove, Felix Williamson
Seven years after the roundup in Vietnam, Ma Seok-do (Don Lee) joins a new squad to investigate a murder case. Soon, he finds out this case involves busting a synthetic drug and starts to dig deeper... Meanwhile, the guy behind it all—Joo Sung-chul (Lee Jun-hyuk)—doesn’t stop looking for trouble, and the Japanese drug distributors, Ricky (Munetaka Aoki) and his gang, come to Korea to join the chaos. Things are just about to get out of hand...
Sang-yong Lee, Don Lee, Lee Jun-hyuk, Munetaka Aoki
Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets is a limited docuseries exposing the truth beneath the wholesome Americana surface of reality tv’s favorite mega-family, The Duggars, and the radical organization behind them: The Institute in Basic Life Principles. As details of the family and their scandals unfold, we realize they’re part of an insidious, much-larger threat already in motion, with democracy itself in peril.
Montréal Girls follows Ramy, a Middle Eastern poet who is off to Montréal to study medicine. There he meets his wild cousin Tamer who introduces him to the city's underground subcultures and thrilling nightlife. This world inspires Ramy’s innate desire to dedicate himself to poetry and hurls him into a tumultuous relationship with two young women who shatter his perceptions and reveal his destiny.
Jade Hassouné, Patricia Chica, Kamal John Iskander, Hakim Brahimi, Jasmina Parent, Sana Asad, Nahéma Ricci, Manuel Tadros
A dark comedy about gentrification in which a socially progressive man’s attempt to improve his Tel Aviv neighborhood goes unexpectedly awry. A satirical parable about the insidious ways in which privilege can unleash prejudice within.
Idan Haguel, Ariel Wolf, Shlomi Bertonov, Lena Fraifeld