Friday, June 9
Join siblings Peter and Verity on a magical journey to The Secret Kingdom! Hidden beneath their bedroom floor lies a land of enchantment, which must be protected from an ancient enemy - the evil Shroud. As they embark on their quest to unite five mystical treasures and save the Kingdom, Peter and Verity must face epic challenges that will test their bravery to the limit. Don’t miss this thrilling and unforgettable fantasy adventure fit for the whole family!
Matt Drummond, Sam Everingham, Alyla Browne, Alice Parkinson, Chris Gabardi, Darius Williams, Beth Champion
A hijacked 767 will crash in just 97 minutes when its fuel runs out. Against the strong will of NSA Deputy Toyin, NSA Director Hawkins (Alec Baldwin) prepares to have the plane shot down before it does any catastrophic damage on the ground, leaving the fate of the innocent passengers in the hands of Alex (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), an undercover Interpol agent who has been embedded in the terrorist cell.
Alec Baldwin, MyAnna Buring, Timo Vuorensola, Anjul Nigam, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Jo Martin, Michael Sirow, Pavan Grover
Devilreaux and his family were killed unjustly in the 1800s, calling on a forbidden Voodoo to avenge their murders. The movie takes place in the present day where an unwitting group of teenagers accidentally bring Devilreaux back to life to wreak vengeance again.
Tony Todd, Thomas J. Churchill, Sheri Davis, Jon Briddell
In the comedy "The Wonder Weeks" we meet three couples. First we meet successful career-focused Anne (Sallie Harmsen), who discovers after her maternity leave that her life has changed a lot since having a baby and doesn’t make her relationship with her husband Barry (Soy Kroon) any easier. Seeking help she joins a Mama's club, a society for mothers founded by Kim (Katja Schuurman). Kim is married to Roos (Sarah Chronis) and together they raise two children with the help of their good friend Kaj (Louis Talpe). Ilse (Yolanthe Cabau) and her husband Sabri (Iliass Ojja) also have their challenges. They are struggling to figure out the best way to raise their child as they both come from different cultural backgrounds. This causes friction in their relationship, especially when Sabri's mother moves in to help out.
Appie Boudellah, Aram van de Rest, Sallie Harmsen, Yolanthe Cabau, Sarah Chronis, Louis Talpe, Katja Schuurman, Frederik Brom
The drama about a young soldier returned from Afghanistan who befriends a Vietnam War veteran at the same medical facility who teaches him fly fishing as a way of dealing with physical and emotional trauma.
Brian Cox, Sinqua Walls, Chris Galust, Joshua Caldwell, Stephen Camelio, Patricia Heaton, Perry Mattfeld, Wes Studi
In Blue Jean, it’s England, 1988, and Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative government is about to pass a law stigmatizing gays and lesbians, forcing Jean (McEwen), a gym teacher, to live a double life. As pressure mounts from all sides, the arrival of a new student catalyzes a crisis that will challenge Jean to her core.
Rosy McEwen, Lucy Halliday, Georgia Oakley, Kerrie Hayes, Lydia Page, Stacy Abalogun, Amy Booth-Steel
Friday, December 27, 1945. Five military veterans gather in the ornate parlour of a Brooklyn brownstone. Best friends since childhood, they’ve reunited to support their troubled host–but when his invitation for cocktails turns into an impromptu séance, the metaphoric ghosts of their past become all too literal… Trapped in their host's lounge, the Greatest Generation now finds themselves put to one final test, with their only route to freedom being more bloodshed.
Larry Fessenden, Kristina Klebe, Ted Geoghegan, Anne Ramsay, Ron E. Rains, Jeremy Holm, Ezra Buzzington
Occupied France, 1942. Gilles (Nahuel Pérez Biscayart) is arrested by SS soldiers alongside other Jews and sent to a camp in Germany. En route to the camp, he narrowly avoids sudden execution by swearing to the guards that he is not Jewish, but Persian. This lie temporarily saves him, as one of the soldiers’ superior officers is “looking for a Persian,” and has promised additional rations to the soldier who delivers. Gilles is then assigned a literal life-or-death mission: to teach Farsi to Head of Camp Koch (Lars Eidinger), who dreams of opening a restaurant in Iran once the war is over. Through an ingenious trick, Gilles manages to survive by inventing words of “Farsi” every day and teaching them to Koch. The unusual relationship between the two men sparks jealousy in other prisoners and particularly the SS guards towards Gilles. Meanwhile Koch’s suspicions grow every day, and Gilles struggles with the unfairness of his privileges compared to his fellow prisoners, while fighting to maintain his secret and survive.
Lars Eidinger, Vadim Perelman, Ilya Zofin, Nahuel Perez Biscayart, Jonas Nay, Leonie Benesch
Charlie, a wise-cracking, homeless, American orphan is magically transported to the ancient Chinese kingdom of Sanxingdui, where a colorful team of superheroes need his help to defend the city from a brutal conqueror.
Ron Perlman, Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Sean Patrick O'Reilly, Christopher Plummer, Byron Mann, Kingston Chan, Patton Oswalt, Jack Gillett
The Crowded Room follows Danny Sullivan (Tom Holland), a man who is arrested following his involvement in a shooting in New York City in 1979. A captivating thriller told through a series of interviews with curious interrogator Rya Goodwin (Amanda Seyfried), Danny’s life story unfolds, revealing elements of the mysterious past that shaped him, and the twists and turns that will lead him to a life-altering revelation.
Akiva Goldsman, Tom Holland, Amanda Seyfried, Emmy Rossum, Christopher Abbott, Sasha Lane, Jason Isaacs, Will Chase
Peter is a misanthropic dwarf hiding from the world in his shabby New York City apartment. But an unexpected visit from his upbeat – and possibly unhinged – neighbor Winona forces him out of his shell and onto an impromptu road trip. Their destination? What she believes to be the site of an upcoming alien visitation in the wilderness of rural Canada. On their increasingly-surreal odyssey, Peter and Winona will encounter bickering lesbian cosplayers, shroom-addled survivalists, and even extraterrestrial highway cops. But the further they go and the more their trauma comes to light, it becomes clear that the only thing more nerve-wracking than being abducted is being alone in the universe.
Juan Felipe Zuleta, Andrew Stevens Purdy, Sarah Hay, Matthew August Jeffers, Roberta Colindrez, Tara Pacheco, Hamish Allan-Headley, Kerry Flanagan
The immigrant to riches story of how Flamin' Hot Cheetos came to life. His initial idea sparks a billion-dollar brand and catapults him from janitor to elite corporate executive.
Bobby Soto, Eva Longoria, Matt Walsh, Jesse Garcia, Tony Shalhoub, Emilio Rivera, Brice Gonzalez, Hunter Jones
Jina (Gong Seung-yeon) is the top employee at a call center, despite talking to customers all day, she has shut out the world beyond her headset. When training a friendly new hire, her icy armor is threatened forcing her to confront why she isolates herself.
Jung Da-eun, Hong Seong-eun, Gong Seung-yeon, Seo Hyun-woo, Park Jeong-hak, Kim Hannah
Users begins with a mother’s question–will my children love the perfect machines more than they love me, their imperfect mother? She pushes the button and a smart crib lulls her crying baby to sleep, flawlessly every time. This question guides her inquiry into the intimate relationship we have with technology that is increasingly driving all aspects of our society. We explore the unintended and often dehumanizing consequences of our society's embedded belief that technological progress will lead to the betterment of humanity. Is technological progress inevitable? Are we all increasingly isolated? Do we really have agency to direct its course? Is technology an expression of our humanity or is technology destroying our humanity? The film will be a critical and intimate meditation on these questions.
Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Mary Harron (I SHOT ANDY WARHOL, AMERICAN PSYCHO), DALÍLAND stars Ben Kingsley as the titular Salvador Dalí, one of the most world-renowned artists of the 20th century and focuses on the later years of the strange and fascinating marriage between Dalí and his wife, Gala (Barbara Sukowa), as their seemingly unshakable bond begins to stress and fracture. Set in New York and Spain in 1974, the film is told through the eyes of James (Christopher Briney), a young assistant keen to make his name in the art world, who helps the eccentric and mercurial Dalí prepare for a big gallery show.
Ben Kingsley, Suki Waterhouse, Barbara Sukowa, Christopher Briney, Ezra Miller, Andreja Pejic, Mary Harron
Shortly after World War I, veteran Raphaël (Raphaël Thiery) returns home from the frontlines to find himself a widower, and father to an infant daughter. Raised by her father in rural Normandy, the child Juliette (Juliette Jouan) grows into a lonely young woman who dreams of greater possibilities. She seeks refuge in the nearby woods, where she meets a witch who promises scarlet sails will one day take her away from her village. Reckoning with her future and swept away by a rakish young pilot (Louis Garrel) who literally falls from the sky, Juliette never stops believing in the witch’s prophecy. Tracing Juliette's life journey throughout the 20 years of great invention between the World Wars, Scarlet delicately weaves together music and fantasy, history and folklore, realist drama and ethereal romance, to craft a timeless story of a young woman’s emancipation.
Louis Garrel, Pietro Marcello, Raphael Thiery, Juliette Jouan
Americonned is a film about income inequality in the US and the tragic destabilizing effects to Americans. Radical inequality has led to radicalization at every level of society, and this powerful documentary depicts what happens when America hits its tipping point by looking back through our history at similar critical moments of instability. The labor movement of the past was born in times just like these. We must restore the path to the once great middle class that now suffers in silence. Despite increases in productivity in recent decades, compensation for the American worker has been stagnant. And now, 47% of American jobs are at high risk of being lost to automation and A.I. by the mid-2030s.
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
Keith Holliday, Bomani J. Story, Denzel Whitaker, Laya DeLeon Hayes, Chad L. Coleman, Reilly Brooke Stith