Friday, June 23
On the brink of losing her childhood home, Maddie (Lawrence) discovers an intriguing job listing: wealthy helicopter parents looking for someone to “date” their introverted 19-year-old son, Percy, before he leaves for college. To her surprise, Maddie soon discovers the awkward Percy is no sure thing.
Natalie Morales, Laura Benanti, Gene Stupnitsky, Jennifer Lawrence, John Phillips, Andrew Barth Feldman, Matthew Broderick, Scott MacArthur
Set in a world of high fashion and modeling, the story centers on a 12-year-old girl who travels through a magic portal and gets her wish to grow up.
Rita Ora, Megan Dodds, Nell Tiger Free, Kiera Milward, Vlad Marsavin, William Brookfield, Sebastian Croft, Vincent Spano
Set in the heart of 1942 Warsaw, where Jews & refugees from across Poland were imprisoned in a ghetto and cut off from the outside world by a towering wall, Love Gets a Room follows Stefcia (Clara Rugaard) and her fellow Jewish theatre actors as they fight to keep their passion for performing alive. As life in the Nazi-occupied ghetto became a fierce fight against the cold, hunger, and epidemics, the actors, against all odds, embark on a daring mission to stage Jerzy Jurandot's play, risking their lives to create something beautiful in a world of chaos & destruction.
Henry Goodman, Rodrigo Cortés, Clara Rugaard, Ferdia Walsh-Peelo, Mark Ryder, Anastasia Hille, Magnus Krepper
A gunman opens fire on a Parisian bistro. Mia (Virginie Efira) survives with no memory of the attack. Determined to remember what happened that night, Mia finds herself repeatedly returning to the bistro where the shooting happened. In the process she forms bonds with fellow survivors, reliving the worst night of her life through the eyes of the only other people who could possibly understand.
Alice Winocour, Virginie Efira, Benoît Magimel, Amadou Mbow
Four girlfriends as they set out for an adventure in Thailand. Their paradise is quickly turned upside down when they find themselves in the crosshairs of the local cartel.
Jordan Gertner, Skai Jackson, Sasha Luss, Wallis Day, Isabelle Fuhrman, Jack Kesy, David Unger, Tyler Gould
An author who has made a career by examining her own trauma sits down to interview her beguiling pansexual nephew Nick, whose liberated approach to libido, gender, and personal boundaries both captivates and unsettles her. As the wine flows and the past unfurls, Priya and Nick find themselves in an increasingly tangled web of intrigue and morality. Over the course of a weekend, the two engage in a game of conversational cat and mouse, each challenging the other to confront and reveal their most buried secrets. With dynamic performances from Poorna Jagannathan and Casey Thomas Brown and animated interludes by Neely Goniodsky, I’LL SHOW YOU MINE is a wildly engrossing and surprising two-hander.
Megan Griffiths, Poorna Jagannathan, Casey Thomas Brown
A couple escapes their urban nightmare to the tranquility of rural Ireland only to hear stories of mysterious beings who live in the gnarled, ancient wood at the foot of their new garden. As warned by their new neighbors, in Irish lore the Redcaps will come when called to help souls in dire need of rescue, but it’s crucial to remember that there is always a dear price to pay for their aid.
Colm Meaney, Hannah John-Kamen, Douglas Booth, Jon Wright, Jamie-Lee O'Donnell, Niamh Cusack, Kristian Nairn
Vice detective Bob Hightower finds his ex-wife murdered and daughter kidnapped by a cult. Frustrated by the botched official investigations, he quits the force and infiltrates the cult to hunt down the leader with the help of the cult’s only female victim escapee, Case Hardin.
Jamie Foxx, Nick Cassavetes, Ehren Kruger, Maika Monroe, Bradley Bell, Daniel Bobker, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, January Jones
The heroic true story of American cyclist Greg LeMond, considered to be one of the greatest cyclists of all time, who defied the odds for one of the most triumphant comeback stories in sporting history. The first, and only, American to win the Tour de France, LeMond came back from the brink of death to beat his famed rivals in the historic and nail-biting race at the 1989 Tour de France.
Alex Holmes, Perico Delgado, Laurent Fignon, Cyrille Guimard, Greg LeMond, Kathy LeMond
A young man reaches a critical point in his life as he struggles to navigate the changing gentrification of his neighborhood. Pressured by gangs, the temptations of easy money and the culture shifts around him in South Central he tries to figure out how to survive when everyone wants a piece of him and his neighborhood.
Van Elder, Paula Jai Parker, Michael Paré, Alimi Ballard, Stevie J., Janelle Marie Rodriguez, Darris Love, G. Perico
A half century after its release, Midnight Cowboy remains one of the most original and groundbreaking movies of the modern era. With beguiling performances from Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman as two loners who join forces out of desperation, blacklist survivor Waldo Salt's brilliant screenplay, and John Schlesinger's fearless direction, the 1969 film became the only X- rated film to ever win the Academy Award for Best Picture. Its vivid and compassionate depiction of a more realistic, unsanitized New York City and its inhabitants paved the way for a generation’s worth of gritty movies with complex characters and adult themes. But this is not a documentary about the making of Midnight Cowboy: it is about the deeply gifted and flawed people behind a dark and difficult masterpiece; New York City in a troubled time of cultural ferment; and the era that made a movie and the movie that made an era. Featuring extensive archival material and compelling new interviews, director Nancy Buirski illuminates how one film captured the essence of a time and a place, reflecting a rapidly changing society with striking clarity.
Vicaria (Laya DeLeon Hayes) is a brilliant teen who believes death is a disease that can be cured. After the brutal and sudden murder of her brother, she embarks on a dangerous journey to bring him back to life
Chad L. Coleman, Bomani J. Story, Laya DeLeon Hayes, Denzel Whitaker, Reilly Brooke Stith, Keith Holliday
Trauma cleaners clean spaces that no one else will touch – hoarder sites, meth-labs, murder scenes, deaths and suicides. They clean the homes of some of society’s most vulnerable people – the neglected, the lonely, the addicted, and the mentally unwell. When illness forces her away from her beloved trauma cleaning business, Sandra Pankhurst faces up to her traumatic past and begins a search for her birth mother. Meanwhile, her workers approach this difficult work with camaraderie and humor, bringing hope to their clients despite carrying trauma of their own. Clean shows us that life is more fragile than we might think, but there is hope and reassurance in human connection.
Lachlan McLeod, Sandra Pankhurst
College applications are approaching. Worried about their father being laid off, two resourceful teenage girls hatch a plan to win a junior golf tournament prize at a prestigious Hamptons country club. But once they encounter the quirky, wealthy patrons at the club, they are thrust on an adventure of mistaken identity, love, and finding friendship in the most unlikely of people.
Fiona Robert, Elaine Hendrix, James Urbaniak, John Higgins, Alexis G. Zall, Steve Higgins
Following a mental breakdown, social anxiety and OCD-riddled Nora (Sara Friedman) returns to Maine to live with her emotionally distant parents (Sarah Clarke and Xander Berkeley). While she undergoes court-ordered psychiatric treatment, Nora’s world is further upended when she is assigned to volunteer at a local state park. Her awkward assignment actually shows promise when her anxiety subsides in the company of her new supervisor Dusty (Dave Register), who is dealing with crippling issues of his own. Maybe Nora and Dusty can help each other overcome the obstacles their socially complicated world presents to them.
Dave Register, Sara Friedman, Sarah Clarke, Mike Mitchell, Xander Berkeley, Moira Driscoll, Dipti Mehta