On the Milky Road (2016)
On the Milky Road is a 2016 film directed by Emir Kusturica, based on his segment in the anthology film Words with Gods. On the Milky Road stars Kusturica and Monica Bellucci. It is a three-part narrative following selected critical periods in the life of a man and his country, from a time war, to when he falls in love and ends as a hermit monk.
Roxanne Roxanne (2018)
In 1984, Lolita Shanté Gooden was just another 14-year-old living in New York’s Queensbridge projects. When she famously laid down the lyrics to “Roxanne’s Revenge”—an underground answer rap to U.T.F.O.’s popular single “Roxanne, Roxanne”—she sparked one of the earliest and most significant beefs in hip-hop history, establishing herself as a feared battle emcee in a genre on the verge of worldwide recognition. With fame firmly in her grasp, Roxanne Shanté was still just a teenager with the weight of the world on her shoulders, hustling to provide for her family while defending herself from the perils of life in the projects.
The Ashram (2018)
After receiving a cryptic message from his missing girlfriend (Hera Hilmar, An Ordinary Man), a man (Sam Keeley, This Must Be The Place) travels to India to pick up her trail. Once there, he discovers a secret community in the Himalayas led by a guru with strange powers likely involved in her disappearance.
Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood (2018)
Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood is a 2017 American documentary film about the life of Scotty Bowers, who acted as a pimp in Hollywood from the 1940s to 80s. It was produced and directed by Matt Tyrnauer, a Special Correspondent for Vanity Fair magazine. The film premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival and is scheduled for theatrical release on July 27, 2018.
A Harvest Wedding (2017)
Sarah Bloom, a highly successful wedding planner, returns to her hometown to plan the season's biggest wedding. Much to Sarah's surprise, the bride's brother happens to be her first love.
Spanish language with English subtitles. The story of 30 men and 2 women in search of the ”Gold city/ El Dorado”, set in late XVI century in the Amazonian jungle.Inspired by Lope de Aguirre and Núñez de Balboa “conquistadores” expeditions
The Stolen Princess (2018)
The Stolen Princess is a 2018 Ukrainian 3D animated fantasy film directed by Oleg Malamuzh and based on the fairy tale Ruslan and Ludmila by Russian poet Aleksandr Pushkin. The film premiere in Ukraine took place on March 7, 2018.
Devil's Freedom (2017)
Filmmaker Everardo González explores the violence in Mexico from the perspectives of the abused and the abusers.
The Second Coming of Christ (2018)
The Second Coming of Christ is an upcoming film about an atheist female scientist who, at the end of times, discovers that true Faith can bring miracles. Diana Angelson stars as Dr. Beatrix Cera, a famous entomologist hired by New World Genetics Corporation, the leader in genetically engineered foods, to research the causes and effects of dying crops. Her findings indicate that after years of experimenting with food, nature has taken its toll and deadly mutations occurred within crops. The pollinators, mainly the honeybees, have spread these mutations to the entire plant kingdom, which means a slow, but total extinction. Desperately trying to defy God by creating an "immortal gene" in Bees, Beatrix finds herself in an urgent struggle between evil and good.
Boogie Man (2019)
A London teen falls for a beautiful young model while struggling with his cultural heritage.
Devious Nanny (2018)
A woman tries to protect her family after her husband has an affair with their nanny. As her husband's co-workers are killed, she discovers everything is not what it appears to be.
Battle Drone (2018)
A team of mercenaries that is working with the CIA accepts an off-the-books mission in Chernobyl, where deadly human-controlled droids prepare an ambush.
Teens must fight for their lives when they become trapped within the confines of a giant pentagram.
The Guard of Auschwitz (2018)
Tasked with building a new gas chamber at Auschwitz, an SS officer begins to realize that he's contributing to an atrocity.
In this coming-of-age drama, a reclusive teenage musical prodigy forms an unlikely friendship with a down-on-his-luck high school security guard. United by their mutual love of hip hop, they try to free each other from the demons of their past and break into the city's music scene. Directed by Chris Robinson, BEATS features Everage in his feature film debut and co-stars Uzo Aduba and Emayatzy Corinealdi. BEATS is the ultimate ode to Chicago's South Side, and its long history of creating music that forms the city's beating heart.
Worlds Most Dangerous Paper Route (2018)
Deliverymen risk their lives to bring the Stars and Stripes newspaper to soldiers in Afghanistan.
Ten millennials search for love in the age of social media.
Amexica is a 2010 American short film starring AnnaLynne McCord. It was written and directed by Ron Krauss. It has been screened at several festivals, such as the Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films, Mexico International Film Festival, the Hawaii International Film Festival in Honolulu, and the Malibu International Film Festival.
Norm of the North: King Sized Adventure (2019)
Norm learns the importance of keeping his word despite how difficult that can sometimes be. When a lost, priceless Chinese artifact is found in the Arctic it is up to Norm to return it to its rightful owner in Beijing. However, just when Norm thinks the artifact is safe, his nemesis Dexter, a notorious treasure hunter, breaks in and steals it. Norm, true to his word, teams up with his new friend, Professor Chen, to recover the artifact just in time for its use in a sacred ceremony that happens once every 100 years.
Things go wrong for a man after his brother falls to his death and his sister-in-law steals all of his money.
Hanni & Nanni: Mehr als beste Freunde (2017)
The twins Hanni (Laila Meinecke) and Nanni (Rosa Meinecke) find it more than uncool the idea of spending the rest of the school year at the boarding school instead of at home in Berlin. But their mother Susanne (Jessica Schwarz) remains steadfast: she herself is on the road, and when Hannis and Nannis father Charlie (Sascha Vollmer) has to take care of the twins alone, only chaos comes ensues.
So the two girls end up in the boarding school Lindenhof. The twins decide to put up as much nonsense as possible so they can fly back from school during the probationary period. But then Nanni finds new friends among the riding schoolmates and a task in the horse Pegasus, while Hanni continues to work on her sacking. For the first time in their lives the twins go separate ways.
When Hanni meets the grumpy Godehard (Henry Hübchen) with his dog Lochness in the forest, she does not realize that in Godehard's house the key to a secret is hidden, which can save the Lindenhof from the threatened sale ... Will the twins reconnect? And can they save the boarding school?
Skin Creepers (2018)
Two unsuccessful ﬁlm producers, desperately in need of money and always in bad luck, think that making a pornographic ﬁlm is their last and only hope. Assuming porn ﬁlms are a pure goldmine they hope for cash big time and thus the possibility of making movies for the more demanding consumer. With meager camera equipment and a huge amount of debt they start shooting. Shortly afterwards while ﬁlming on the set of a cursed estate a demon brings everything into uproar taking possession of the leading actresses body. Supernatural events follow, unceasingly growing which climax in blood feast splatter scenes.
Penny Slinger: Out of the Shadows (2017)
British artist Penny Slinger recounts the traumatic events in her life.
Unda is a 2019 Indian Malayalam-language action comedy film co-written and directed by Khalid Rahman and produced by Moviee Mill and distributed by Gemini Studios. The film stars Mammootty, Shine Tom Chacko, Jacob Gregory and Arjun Ashokan. The music was composed by Prashant Pillai. Harshad co-wrote the screenplay. It tells the story of a nine man police unit from Kerala led by Sub-inspector Manikandan C.P. which is sent to a Maoist affected area of Chhattisgarh as part of election duty.
House of Salem (2016)
Kidnappers become a child's unlikely protectors when demonic forces attack their safe house, emerging from the walls in search of human sacrifice.
Heroes is a 2008 Indian Hindi film directed by Samir Karnik and starring Sunny Deol, Mithun Chakraborty, Bobby Deol, Salman Khan, Preity Zinta, Sohail Khan, Vatsal Sheth and Dino Morea. The film is written by Aseem Arora. Although initially set to be released on 6 June 2008, it was pushed to 24 October 2008, the opening weekend of the holiday Diwali. On 22 November 2008 the script of Heroes was asked to be part of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
An ex-assassin tries to leave her dark past behind until a power-hungry gang targets her and her family, forcing her to summon her killer instincts.
The One And Only (2002)
The One and Only is a 2002 British romantic comedy film directed by Simon Cellan Jones, and starring Richard Roxburgh, Justine Waddell and Sharon Scurfield. The film is a remake of Susanne Bier's 1999 Danish box-office hit Den Eneste Ene. Supported by the Newcastle City Council to promote a positive image of the city, the story was reset in Newcastle and Gateshead.
Above the Best (2019)
Based on the best-selling book, South of Heaven, featuring authentic footage giving viewers an unprecedented and immersive documentary-narrative film experience. The film tells the stunning story of Apache Fighter Pilot, Dan Flores following his year deployment to the most dangerous valley in Afghanistan. Through aerial combat footage and corresponding video from soldiers on the ground, the film will bring the audience in the cockpit and on the ground like never before. See why Army Aviators say they fly “above the best” and the lengths they will go to protect each other in the most dangerous place on Earth.
Seven friends face their problems when they join a talent competition.
Kismet (1920) is an American silent film version of the 1911 play Kismet by Edward Knoblock, starring Otis Skinner and Elinor Fair, and directed by Louis J. Gasnier.
Skinner's daughter, author Cornelia Otis Skinner, plays a small role. This version was released by Robertson-Cole Distributing Company, and was released on VHS by Grapevine Video. In New England the distribution of the film was handled by Joseph P. Kennedy who organized a successful premiere in Boston.Skinner filmed the play again in a 1930 talkie. This film is lost but its Vitaphone soundtrack survives.
Paranormal Demons (2018)
Film students set up cameras in an old sanitarium, hoping to capture evidence of the supernatural.
A saucy stripper raises three crooks from the dead.
Linie 41 (2015)
During the Holocaust, there was no other city in Europe where Germans, Poles and Jews lived so closely together and yet worlds apart as Lodz. Several times a day for four years, the Line 41 streetcar passed through the Lodz Ghetto, but would never stop, making the suffering of the Jewish people abundantly clear to its indifferent riders. LINE 41 documents the return of Lodz Ghetto survivor Natan Grossmann to Poland after seventy years. Looking to discover the fate of his brother, with whom he had lost contact in 1942, he instead crosses paths with Jens-Jurgen Ventzki, the son of the former Nazi Head Mayor of Lodz. In tracing their family histories, Grossman and Ventzki discover a unique mix of victims, perpetrator and bystanders as they confront their feelings about the past and each other.
It's 1870s Kansas, and people have started to mysteriously vanish on the plains. When the troubled Doctor York goes searching for answers, he stumbles upon the Benders, a homesteading family with an unnatural way of living off the land. And when the good doctor also disappears, the locals sense that the Benders may be farming more than wheat. With the sheriff circling and insanity afoot, America's first serial killing family must decide what to do with their latest harvest in a 19th century thriller that'll make your blood run cold.
On the verge of his 35th birthday, Daniel embarks on a personal journey in search for stillness. He starts challenging everything around him. Through the lens of his smartphone, he offers a unique view of nature and love.
Little Pink House (2018)
Based on a true story, a small-town EMT named Susette Kelo (Catherine Keener) leaves a bad marriage, and starts over in a new town. She buys a rundown cottage in New London, Connecticut, refurbishes it with her bare hands, paints it pink, meets a great guy (Callum Keith Rennie), and exhales.
Then she discovers powerful politicians are bent on bulldozing her blue-collar neighborhood to make way for condos and office buildings designed to benefit the new corporate headquarters of pharmaceutical giant, Pfizer. (Execs are eager to expand their facilities because they have high hopes for a soon-to-be-released drug called Viagra).
The redevelopment effort is spearheaded by Dr. Charlotte Wells (Jeanne Tripplehorn)—ambitious and accomplished, she’s the closest thing the gritty town has to a celebrity.
With the help of a young lawyer named Scott Bullock (Giacomo Baessato), Susette emerges as the reluctant leader of her neighbors in an epic battle that goes all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, inspires a nation, and helps millions of Americans protect their homes.
Awe is a 2018 Indian Telugu-language psychological thriller film directed by Prasanth Varma and produced by Nani and Prashanti Tipirneni. It stars Kajal Aggarwal as the protagonist with Nithya Menen, Regina Cassandra, Eesha Rebba, Srinivas Avasarala, Priyadarshi Pullikonda and Murali Sharma in the supporting roles..The film deals with psychological issues like dissociative identity disorder, and social problems like child abuse, sexual abuse and drug abuse. It is the first Tollywood film to deal with homosexual relationships and sex reassignment surgery.. A part of film's plot is inspired from 2014 Australian film Predestination.
Kingdom of Gladiators: The Tournament (2017)
Warriors from different realms fight each other for the chance to win a magical sword.
Jack Irish: Bad Debts (2012)
A former client asks for help from Jack Irish (Guy Pearce), once a lawyer but now working as a private investigator, but he turns the client away. Then the man turns up dead, and Jack returns to his ominous past.
Good Favour (2018)
Good Favour is a 2017 internationally co-produced drama film directed by Rebecca Daly. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.
Get Married or Die (2018)
An old man forces a womanizing photographer to get married at gunpoint.
The Witness (2015)
The Witness is a 2015 suspense crime drama film directed by Ahn Sang-hoon, starring Yang Mi and Lu Han. The film is a remake of the 2011 South Korean film Blind, also by the same director. It was released in China on October 30, 2015.
Going to Brazil (2017)
The crazy adventure of three girlfriends invited to the wedding of their best friend in Brazil. As soon as they arrived in Rio, they accidentally killed an insistent young man. From then on, everything gets carried away ..!
My Daughter Was Stolen (2018)
A woman's worst nightmare becomes a horrifying reality when her 5-year-old daughter mysteriously disappears.
ZOO is the unforgettable true story of Buster the baby elephant, who was rescued from Belfast Zoo during the air raid bombings of 1941 by twelve-year-old Tom and his gang of unlikely friends.
27: Gone Too Soon (2018)
Unseen footage and interviews with medical experts, music critics and people who knew the famous artists who all coincidentally died at the age of 27.
Parents discover a listening device inside their son's teddy bear.
Camping 3 (2016)
Camping 3 is a 2016 French comedy film directed by Fabien Onteniente. It is a sequel to the 2010 film Camping 2. The film was a box office success, having grossed over US$24.2 million in France, becoming the second highest-grossing domestic film in 2016, with 3,228,313 tickets sold.
Writers Retreat (2015)
Writers head to an isolated island for a retreat. When a member of the party mysteriously disappears, they realize there's something else on the island.
County Line (2017)
Ex-Sheriff Alden Rockwell's best friend and neighboring sheriff is gunned down. Now he must take matters into his own hands with no badge and no backup. When a conspiracy threatens his investigation, Alden soon realizes some lines must be crossed.
Cerca de tu casa (2016)
An evicted mother, a banker with a conscience, and a police officer with a strong sense of duty all attempt to cope during times of crisis.
Dead Ant (2017)
'80s hair-metal band Sonic Grave finds themselves living off a power ballad they released nearly 30 years ago. Eager to become relevant again in the modern day, they embark on a road trip to Coachella, where their manager has set them up to reinvent themselves. All they need is a hit song, and what better way to come up with one than to take peyote in Joshua Tree and let the music gods work their magic? But the plan quickly falls apart when the group finds themselves under attack by killer ants…that keep getting bigger!
The Bittersweet (2017)
As a killer stalks the streets, a troubled young courier suspects that a doctor may be the long-lost sister he hasn't seen since childhood.
Wild Faith (2017)
A Civil War veteran tries to make peace with his losses and start a new life despite the world resisting change around him.
Sun Dogs (2018)
Sun Dogs is a 2017 comedy drama film written by Anthony Tambakis starring Michael Angarano, Melissa Benoist, Xzibit, Allison Janney, and Ed O'Neill. The film marks the feature film directorial debut of Jennifer Morrison. The film premiered at the LA Film Festival in June 2017 and was released in Netflix at April 6, 2018.
The Judge (2017)
When she was a young lawyer, Kholoud Al-Faqih walked into the office of Palestine’s Chief Justice and announced she wanted to join the bench. He laughed at her. But just a few years later, Kholoud became the first woman judge to be appointed to the Middle East’s Shari’a (Islamic law) courts. THE JUDGE offers a unique portrait of Judge Kholoud—her brave journey as a lawyer, her tireless fight for justice for women, and her drop-in visits with clients, friends, and family. With unparalleled access to the courts, THE JUDGE presents an unfolding vérité legal drama, with rare insight into both Islamic law and gendered justice. In the process, the film illuminates some of the universal conflicts in the domestic life of Palestine—custody of children, divorce, abuse—while offering an unvarnished look at life for women and Shari’a.
Chanoc en el Foso de las Serpientes (1975)
Chanoc faces a maniac killer in the jungles of Guatemala.
Foam Party! (2017)
Strangers meet in a mansion to have an orgy full of love.
A young African American woman, has dreams of becoming an artist, but is stuck running the family hardware store for her overbearing father. When she asserts her independence by traveling to Africa she returns with a fiancé who is not quite what he seems. LOVE JACKED taps into the new wave of popular African American comedies, while focusing on the complicated relationship between father and daughter.
Voir la mer (2011)
Voir la mer is a 2011 French film directed by Patrice Leconte
Lazar faces an impossible choice as he smuggles people into Europe.
The Undone (2017)
Strange events unfold around a deaf couple in a cabin.
Village People (2013)
After a man's wife bails on their trip to a hipster resort in Nicaragua that was meant to save their marriage, his brother-in-law joins him, and their time away leads to an unexpected change in their friendship.
Jasper Jones (2017)
Jasper Jones is an Australian drama film directed by Rachel Perkins. The film was released in 2017 and is based on the novel of the same name by Craig Silvey.
In October 2016, the Australian Writers' Guild awarded Silvey and Shaun Grant a AWGIE Award for the most outstanding script for a feature film adaptation.
Ice (Russian: Лёд, translit. Lyod) is Russian musical romantic drama film directed by Oleg Trofim about a capable skater who is put in the hospital because of a mistake made by her partner which places her dreams in jeopardy, however, in her life appears a hockey player, whose love helps her believe in herself again. It stars Aglaya Tarasova, Alexander Petrov and Miloš Biković.
The premiere in Russia took place on February 14, 2018.
La Holandesa (2018)
Messi and Maud (Spanish: La Holandesa) is a 2017 Dutch drama film directed by Marleen Jonkman. In July 2018, it was one of nine films shortlisted to be the Dutch entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 91st Academy Awards, but it was not selected.
The Butterfly Tree (2017)
Evelyn, a burlesque queen, bewitches single dad Al and his teenage son, Fin with her zest for life.
When father and son discover they are competing for the affections of the same woman, old wounds are reopened over the death of Fin’s mother. Through the vivacious Evelyn, Fin learns the power of forgiveness and relinquishes his goddess in return for a family.
In this seductive and heart-warming story, both men will discover the power of selfless love.
Stranger Fruit (2017)
Stranger Fruit is a 2017 American documentary film about the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown by a Ferguson, Missouri police officer. The film showed previously unpublished surveillance video that director Jason Pollack alleges was concealed from jury members and the public in order to tarnish Brown's image.
The Beach House (2018)
The Beach House is a 2018 American television film directed by Roger Spottiswoode based on the 2002 novel by Mary Alice Monroe.
LOVE by CHANCE (2017)
Two aspiring actors from South Africa who are independently in America trying to crack into an extremely difficult and over saturated Hollywood industry, meet by chance. Between the everyday struggle of auditioning, dealing with daily rejection, self doubt, financial hardship and crazy friends their love is put to the test in the face of a shared passion.
The Elf (2017)
Nick is haunted by night terrors stemming from a tragic murder he saw when he was young. After inheriting an old toy shop, he discovers a cursed elf doll sealed inside an ancient chest with a naughty list of his family’s names written on it. He soon discovers that the elf was an evil conduit meant to unleash a supernatural killing spree during the Christmas Holidays by whomever set it free.
Trouble Is My Business (2018)
Detective Roland Drake falls for two sisters from the Montemar family. One woman is dead and the other wants to kill him. Passion, murder, and betrayal. Just another day at the office.
Freedom for the Wolf (2019)
Students from Hong Kong, a rapper from Tunisia and comedians from India discuss global politics.
We Will Part (2016)
A young man and a young woman are forced to spend a few days together in a remote cabin in Sweden.
Teenager Pedro gets home at dawn, but before he can go to sleep, his lonely mother drags him off to the beach.
Lil Tokyo Reporter (2012)
A crusading reporter sets out to bring the power of the press to play against gambling houses in Los Angeles' Little Tokyo.
Amplify Her (2019)
Rising stars in the electronic music scene come of age during the cultural renaissance of the feminine.
It's Not Yet Dark (2017)
Narrated by Colin Farrell, It's Not Yet Dark tells the groundbreaking story of Simon Fitzmaurice, a talented young Irish film maker with ALS, as he embarks on directing his first feature film through the use of his eyes and eye gaze technology.
A Scandall (2016)
Vidhu, an aspiring filmmaker, and Koya, his girlfriend, visit Nainital along with two other friends to make a film on her uncle, Manav, who claims he can see his dead daughter.
Living On Soul (2017)
Filmed during their three-night, sold-out residency at the historic Apollo Theater, this hybrid docu-concert film features the late great Sharon Jones, Charles Bradley and the rest of the Grammy-nominated Daptone Records family.
DeKalb Elementary (2017)
DeKalb Elementary is an American live-action short film directed by Reed Van Dyk and starring Tarra Riggs and Bo Mitchell. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film at the 90th Academy Awards in 2018.
WHITELEY is a visual journey into the private life and creative legacy of Australia’s most iconic artist, Brett Whiteley, told “in his own words” using personal letters, notebooks and photographs, interwoven with reconstructions, animations, archival interviews and rare footage.
Beyond the Woods (2018)
Beyond the Woods is a 2016 Irish horror film, written and directed by Sean Breathnach. and distributed internationally by Left Films It was shot in County Cork, Ireland.
Anarkali is a 1953 Indian historical drama film, directed by Nandlal Jaswantlal, and written by Nasir Hussain and Hameed Butt, based on the historical legend of the Mughal emperor Jahangir (Salim). As per the legend, Jahangir revolted against his father Akbar over his love for a common girl called Anarkali.
49 Pulses (2017)
Filmmakers use survivor interviews and police cameras to examine 2016's Orlando nightclub shooting.
If I Were a Boy (2017)
Who hasn't imagined what it would be like to be in the skin of the opposite sex, even if only for one day? Well, not Jeanne!
Freshly divorced and separated from her children every other week, for her it's over with guys, she never wants to hear about it again. But one fine morning, her life is about to take a funny turn, at first glance nothing has changed...only one small detail!
Set sometime in the near future...a new and tenacious corporation, the S.E.A., has implemented North America’s first and only police state. Uniformed, anonymous Preservers of Peace investigate, judge, and sentence people for even the smallest of crimes. Rhett Murphy, a disillusioned, middle-aged man, witnesses first-hand the state’s newest law enforcement mandate, which decrees citizens as “Defective.” The punishment? Instant public execution at the hands of ruthless enforcers. Finding himself in a precarious life-or-death situation, Rhett decides to flee across state borders to escape the tyranny. After a surprise visit from Jean, his estranged sister, Rhett is forced to flee with a reluctant Jean in tow. With the state in close pursuit, Rhett and Jean are caught between an underground network of revolutionaries—who work covertly to tear down the militant government before it can spread through the nation— and the growing power of a corporation that is subduing its people under its militaristic control.
Keep Talking (2017)
Four Alaska Native women fight to save Kodiak Alutiiq, an endangered language now spoken by less than 40 remaining fluent elders.
A schoolteacher who has become known for his good deeds and benevolence takes a walk on the dark side after undergoing a heart transplant.
Aajacha Divas Majha (2013)
Aajcha Divas Majha is a Marathi drama film released on 29 March 2013. Produced by Puja Chhabria and directed by Chandrakant Kulkarni. The film stars Sachin Khedekar, Ashwini Bhave and Mahesh Manjrekar. The films music is by Ashok Patki and Mangesh Dhadke.
Cross My Heart (1987)
Cross My Heart is an American romantic comedy that was released in the United States on November 13, 1987. It stars Annette O'Toole and Martin Short.
Max Magician and the Legend of the Rings (2002)
A shy, bullied boy receives an ancient tome with the power to transport him to an enchanted forest realm. There, he battles an evil underworld king to save the forest and its inhabitants.
Notes From The Field (2018)
Enlightening and empathetic, the film tackles questions of race and class through compelling first-person stories, drawing on the accounts of well-known figures like Rep. John Lewis, NAACP Legal Defense Fund president Sherrilyn Ifill, and activist Bree Newsome, as well as everyday people struggling in a broken system. Culled from hours of interviews conducted by Smith with more than 250 people across the country, Notes From the Field showcases her extraordinary gift for transforming herself into diverse characters as she recreates each person’s speech patterns, movements and emotions. Filmed in front of a live audience and intercut with haunting video footage and photographs, Notes From the Field features accompaniment by jazz bassist Marcus Shelby.
Definition of Fear (2018)
Definition of Fear is a 2015 British horror thriller film written and directed by British filmmaker James Simpson, starring Jacqueline Fernandez. The film premiered at the 4th Delhi International Film Festival in December 2015. The film was released on DVD on 30 January 2018. The film which marks the Hollywood debut of Jackqueline Fernandez is set for a August 2018 release date in India. A first look trailer is released online.
Sheikh Jackson (2017)
Sheikh Jackson is a 2017 Egyptian drama film directed by Amr Salama. It was screened in the Special Presentations section at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. It was selected as the Egyptian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 90th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.
West of Her (2016)
As two young strangers roam the country, laying tiles bearing a cryptic message, their contentious relationship deepens, challenging their beliefs until they must choose between their work and a future together.
Guys Reading Poems (2016)
A resourceful boy creatively uses poetry to survive when his mother, a disturbed avant-garde painter, locks him in a puppet box and builds an art installation around his imprisonment.
Dream Factory (2017)
Kanavu Variyam is a 2017 Indian Tamil film written and directed by Arun Chidambaram and produced by DCKAP cinemas. Also starring Arun Chidambaram in the lead role, alongside Jiya Shankar, the film revolves around power cuts and electricity deficit in the villages of Tamil Nadu, India. Featuring a predominantly new cast and crew, the film was distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures as their first South Indian film.
Elements of Matter (2018)
Lilly, a film star, heads to Palm Springs for the holidays. She's having a meltdown when a stranger startles her, causing the two to faint. When her eccentric family arrives, she asks him to pretend to be her boyfriend for the weekend.