Friday, March 17
Tells the story of Nemo, an art thief trapped in a New York penthouse after his heist doesn’t go as planned. Locked inside with nothing but priceless works of art, he must use all his cunning and invention to survive.
Dries Phlypo, Jean-Claude, Vasilis Katsoupis, Giorgos Karnavas, Marcos Kantis, Ben Hopkins, Willem Dafoe, Jim Stark
Growing up is hard, especially when you’re raising your parents. A coming-of-age comedy that follows Bea Johnson from birth to graduation as she navigates life with intellectually disabled parents and an extended family that can’t quite agree on the best way to help.
Dylan Sellers, Kiernan Shipka, Jean Smart, Brad Garrett, Dash Mihok, Charlie Plummer, Matt Smukler, Chris Parker
William, a good-hearted teenager, always lived in hopes of following in his father's footsteps, the legendary storm chaser Bill Brody, killed by a massive super tornado. A mysterious package of his father's old journals sparks William to run away from his still-grieving mother, Quinn. His father's legacy has now been turned into a prestigious thrilling storm-chasing tourist business, managed by the greedy and reckless Zane Rogers (Alec Baldwin). William takes the lead on a storm chase with his dad's old partner Roy, but the tornadoes have only gotten bigger and Zane pushes his clients toward the heart of the uber destructive storms. William's mother anxiously searches for her son to save him from the beast that killed his father not knowing that Zane is now using William, son of the great Bill Brody, as a tourist attraction and leads the group deep into the eye of the most dangerous supercell ever seen.
Alec Baldwin, Anne Heche, Skeet Ulrich, Herbert James Winterstern, Daniel Diemer
Dr. Latrice Monroe (Nicole Ari Parker) tries to reconnect to her roots by opening her new office in a neighborhood that’s very resistant to her services. As her new neighbors slowly open up, they inadvertently teach her the true meaning of community.
John Cappetta, Kimberly Elise, Donis Leonard Jr., Kim Bass, Nicole Ari Parker, Loretta Devine, Deon Cole, Michael Jai White
Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin star as estranged friends who reunite to seek revenge on the petulant widower (Malcolm McDowell) of their recently deceased best friend. Along the way, Fonda’s character reunites with her great love (Richard Roundtree) as each woman learns to make peace with the past and each other.
Malcolm McDowell, Jane Fonda, Paul Weitz, Lily Tomlin, Richard Roundtree
When Margaret (Wainwright) and Ben (Gilford) take a weekend trip with longtime friends Ellie (Crew) and Thomas (Santos) and their two young children (Guiza and Mattle), Ben begins to suspect something supernatural is occurring when the kids behave strangely after disappearing into the woods overnight.
Jason Blum, Zach Gilford, Chris McCumber, Roxanne Benjamin, T.J. Cimfel, Dave White, Alisha Wainwright, Amanda Crew
La Civil tells the story of Cielo, a mother in search of her daughter, abducted by a criminal gang in Northern Mexico. As the authorities fail to offer support in the search, Cielo takes matters into her own hands. Cielo begins her own investigation and earns the trust and sympathy of Lamarque, an unconventional army Lieutenant working in the region. He agrees to help Cielo in her search, because her research data could be useful to his operations as well. Cielo’s collaboration with Lamarque pulls her further into a vicious cycle of violence. The film focuses on Cielo’s emotional rollercoaster, as she is drawn into increasingly intense and dangerous circumstances. The camera stays close, we never lose sight of her as she gradually transforms from housewife into avenging activist. As events unfold, Cielo gets closer to the truth: discovering a mass grave, obtaining official DNA analyses, confronting one of the presumed kidnappers, but corruption and apathy keep her from finding resolution. Until the end finally comes, unpredictable and uninvited...
Arcelia Ramírez, Teodora Ana Mihai, Álvaro Guerrero, Ayelén Muzo, Jorge A. Jimenez
Margot revisits her family home desperate to uncover who killed her sister, Evie, 20 years earlier. As she gets closer to the truth, Margot finds herself facing her deepest fears in the house that’s still haunted by Evie’s ghost.
Lawrence Fowler, Michaela Longden, Rebecca Phillipson, Simon Davies
Story centers on impossible things that may happen when a fortune teller tells an orphan boy that an elephant will lead him to his long-lost sister.
Brian Tyree Henry, Pixie Davies, Dawn French, Noah Jupe, Miranda Richardson, Benedict Wong, Wendy Rogers, Julia Pistor
Hot-tempered and fiercely independent, Julia (Julie Ledru) is a gearhead who thrives in hostile environments and turns every situation to her advantage. She has a talent for scamming condescending men who think it’s cute that she shows interest in their used motorbikes–and can’t fathom her riding away with gleeful abandon. Her obsession with the high-octane world of urban ‘Rodeos’ - illicit gatherings where riders show off their bikes and latest daring stunts - sparks a chance meeting with a volatile clique. Julia strives to prove herself to the ultra-masculine gang by performing cons and running errands for their incarcerated ring leader, Dom. She finds a surprising connection with Dom’s wife, Ophélie (Antonia Buresi) and son, a risky move that puts a target on her back. Julia is unsure who she can trust as the ultimate heist comes down the pike.
Antonia Buresi, Yanis Lafki, Lola Quivoron, Julie Ledru, Louis Sotton, Junior Correia
Adama, 25, lost his sight as a child. His father’s sudden death has brought buried family conflicts with his half-brother Ibrahim to the surface, a charismatic figure in the neighborhood. Adama's own stability is about to implode as Ibrahim descends deeper into violence and chaos. Saving his mother and his best friend will mean Adama having to face up to his half-brother and confront his fate.
Kaaris, Alassane Diong, Assa Sylla, Carl Malapa, Issaka Sawadogo, Hassam Ghancy, Samuel Jouy
As a young girl in New Mexico, Chama strived to be different from her Mother. Now in her 20’s, she’s found herself falling into a similar cycle of generational addiction. This struggle threatens her balance as a Mother to her own daughter. As Chama tries to keep it all together, a harrowing accident will spiral her out of control causing her daughter to be taken from her custody. With nothing left, she’ll have to confront her past in order to fight for a future — one that can either guide her closer to getting her daughter back or lead her deeper into this dangerous cycle.
Jackie Cruz, Kristen Gutoskie, Ryan Lacen, Melissa Barrera, Jorge Garcia, Valentina Herrera, Lisandra Tena, Luis Bordonada