From the twisted minds behind 'Evil Dead' comes a new terrifying experience. Three young thieves (Jane Levy, Dylan Minnette, Daniel Zovatto) fight for their lives after breaking into the home of a blind man (Stephen Lang) who has a dark side.
In 1958, in the state of Virginia, the idea of interracial marriage was not only considered to be immoral to many, it was also illegal. When Richard (Joel Edgerton) and Mildred (Ruth Negga) fall in love, they are aware of the eyes staring at them and the words said behind their backs. It is when they get married, however, that words and looks become actions, and the two are arrested. The couple decide to take their case all of the way to the Supreme Court in order to fight for their love.
Thelma (Eili Harboe) has just left her religious family to study at a university in Oslo. A sudden bout of violent seizures coincides with her growing affections for fellow student Anja (Kaya Wilkins), who reciprocates Thelma's attraction. As it becomes clear that the seizures are symptoms of mysterious and dangerous psychological abilities, Thelma is confronted with secrets from her past and the terrifying implications of her newfound powers.
The film is directly based on the director, Carla Simon's, own childhood. Following the death of her parents, 6 years old Frida moves from Barcelona to the Catalan countryside to live with her aunt and uncle, her new legal guardians. She now has a new little sister whom she has to take care of, and has to deal with new feelings, such as jealousy. Often, Frida is naively convinced that running away would be the best solution to her problems. Slowly, Frida realizes that she is there to stay. Before the summer is over, she has to cope with her emotions and her new parents have to learn to love her as their own daughter.
From the producers of 'The Fault in Our Stars' comes this heartfelt coming-of-age story about the adventure of finding yourself and falling in love. Everyone deserves a great love story. But for seventeen-year-old Simon Spier (Nick Robinson) it's a bit complicated: he's yet to tell his family or friends he's gay and he doesn't actually know the identity of the anonymous classmate he's fallen for online.
Everyone in Justine's (Garance Marillier) family is a vet, and a vegetarian. At 16, she's a brilliant and promising student. When she starts at veterinary school, she enters a decadent, merciless and dangerously seductive world. During the first week of hazing rituals, desperate to fit in whatever the cost, she strays from her family principles when she eats raw meat for the first time. Justine will soon face the terrible and unexpected consequences of her actions as her true self begins to emerge.
After a bitter divorce, Miriam (Léa Drucker) and Antoine (Denis Ménochet) battle for sole custody of their son, Julien (Thomas Gioria). Miriam claims the father is violent but lacks proof. Antoine accuses her of manipulating their son for her own ends. Both sides seem to be hiding something with the truth buried in a web of deceit and jealousy. When the judge awards joint custody, an already tense situation soon brings the family's fraught past to light. And as the truth slowly begins to emerge, a chain of events is set in motion with Julien an innocent bystander in an increasingly dangerous situation.
When former boxer Bradley Thomas (Vince Vaughn) loses his job and is faced with the breakdown of his marriage, he decides to take a job as a drug courier to turn his fortunes around and provide a comfortable life for his wife Lauren (Jennifer Carpenter). Just as his situation begins to improve, a savage gunfight lands Bradley in jail where he has to make a series of impossible, chilling decisions to protect those he holds dear. Backed into a corner, Bradley now finds himself forced to commit ever more ferocious acts of violence across a vicious prison battleground on the path to the most dangerous confinement of all - Cell Block 99 .
The life and controversial death of Vincent van Gogh as told by his paintings and by the characters that inhabit them. Beginning a year after his demise, this portrait of the artist is built via a series of interviews conducted by Armand Roulin (Booth) - a regular model for the artist's portraits - who becomes obsessed with van Gogh's death, caused by a bullet wound to the stomach. Was it an accident? Was it suicide? 'Loving Vincent' sets out to explore one of art's great mysteries, a unique film created using over over 65,000 hand painted frames and features music from the award winning composer Clint Mansell (The Fountain; Black Swan).
Set in 1970's Santa Barbara, '20th Century Women' is the story of Dorothea (Annette Bening), a single mother, and her son Jamie, as he comes of age at a time brimming with cultural change and rebellion. As life challenges both of them in new ways, Dorothea enlists the help of two younger women in Jamie's upbringing; Abbie (Greta Gerwig), a free-spirited punk artist living as a lodger in their home, and Julie (Elle Fanning), a savvy and provocative teenage neighbour.
"The Other Side of Hope" follows the fortunes of Khaled (Sherwan Haji), a young man who has travelled to Helsinki from his home in Syria to seek asylum. For first-time visitors, Finland's capital city can be a strange and confusing place. But help is out there for those who know where ti find it.
The exalted cult filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky (The Holy Mountain, El Topo) returns with a follow up to 'The Dance of Reality' as he continues to reimagine his youth spent as an aspiring poet with gloriously surreal strokes of imagination. In 1940s Santiago de Chile, 20-year-old "Alejandrito" Jodorowsky vows to become a poet against the will of his disciplinarian father. Leaving home, he is introduced to the inner circle of the artistic and intellectual avant-garde of the time who will become the masters of Latin America's modern literature. Immersed in a world of poetic experimentation, they live together as few have dared to live before: sensually, authentically, freely and madly.
Academy Award-winning director Michael Moore is back with 'Where to Invade Next', a provocative and hilarious comedy in which Moore will stop at nothing to figure out how to actually make America great again. Just in time for election season, America's favourite political provocateur. Michael Moore, is back with his new film, 'Where to Invade Next'. Honoured by festivals and critics groups alike, 'Where to Invade Next' is an expansive, hilarious, and subversive comedy in which the Academy Award-winning director confronts the most pressing issues facing America today and finds solutions in the most unlikely places. The creator of 'Fahrenheit 9/11' and 'Bowling for Columbine' has returned with an epic movie that's unlike anything he has done before - an eye-opening call to arms to capture the American Dream and restore it in, of all places, America.
Mark Wahlberg leads an all-star cast in this unforgettably powerful film inspired by a thrilling story of real-life heroes. For the one hundred and twenty-six people aboard the Deepwater Horizon offshore oil rig, April 20th 2010 began like any normal day. Before day's end, the world would bear witness to one of the greatest man-made disasters in U.S. history. 'Deepwater Horizon' reveals the brave acts of the men and women who rose to the challenge - and risked everything to lead others to safety.
Down-on-their-luck punk rockers The Ain't Rights agree to a last-minute gig in a backwoods Oregon roadhouse, only to find themselves targeted by a ruthless club owner and his associates, leading to devastating consequences. From the internationally acclaimed filmmaker Jeremy Saulnier, "Green Room" is a claustrophobic thriller with a thick vein of dark humour, featuring gripping ensemble performances from Patrick Stewart, AntonYelchin, Imogen Poots, Callum Turner and Joe Cole.