Autumn Fall

Ingvild should have known Jeppe would be trouble from the word gå (Norwegian for “go”).
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Beach Town

Inspired more by films like People on Sunday (1930) than Frankie and Annette, Beach Town is a rock and roll beach movie of the mind.
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Best and Most Beautiful Things

Michelle Smith is a legally blind young adult affected by Asperger’s syndrome.
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Black Mountain Poets

Jamie Adams’ tale of two inept con women posing as superstar poets comes to us from the absurdist fringe of British comedy.
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Borealis

Jonah’s gambling habit has left him with a massive debt and a gift for deception.
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Cheerleader

Films about the cliquish world of high school girls typically veer toward an attitude of bemused detachment.
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Chicago Rot

After years of rotting in Joliet, Les, a wrongfully imprisoned street legend known as "The Ghoul," is released into a mad search through Chicago's back alleys for the man who slaughtered his mother and robbed him of his soul.
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Claire In Motion

“If a tree falls in the forest …” Any kid can complete the old thought experiment.
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Creedmoria

This coming-of-age story set in Queens, New York, in the 1980s follows Candy, a waifish teen who hides her vulnerability behind a veneer of toughness.
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Delinquent

Like a lot of teenage boys, Joey worships his father, Rich, who happens to be a career criminal.
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Donald Cried

With sudden passing of his grandmother, Peter Latang returns to his hometown and encounters his long lost, childhood friend, Donald Treebeck.
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Gutboy: A Badtime Story

In a fairy tale world of ugly puppets, a mermaid and a policeman’s daughter wrestle for the affection of a skinless fisherman and for the skin the girls have traded since birth.
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The Hollywood Shorties

The prospect of little people playing professional basketball might seem a tad oxymoronic.
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Mad

What happens if sibling rivalry escalates right into adulthood, even as the siblings are expected to take responsibility for an aging and troubled parent?
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Neptune

Hannah is an orphan raised by a devoted, domineering priest on a small island off the coast of Maine.
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Operator

Tech geek Joe Larsen thinks anything can be quantified, even feelings.
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Tear Me Apart

British director Alex Lightman’s first feature is a dystopian fantasy with Biblical and primordial echoes.
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Who Is Lydia Loveless?

Lydia Loveless is a rock and roll prodigy from Columbus, Ohio, who began making records and touring when she was barely out of her teens.
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Yallah! Underground

Across the Arab world a loose network of young musicians combines traditional Arabic music with rock, rap, and electronic sounds, evading both the orthodoxies of the older generation and the bland internationalism of mass culture.
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20 Years of Madness

Guided by friendship and creative inhibition, a group of Detroit teens brings their own brand of youthful irreverence to public access television in the early 90s.
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A Dog Named Gucci

Gucci was a 10 week old puppy when he was horrifically tortured in Alabama in the mid-90s.
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A Rising Tide

An inspirational story of redemption, A Rising Tide tells the tale of a young chef, Sam Rama (Hunter Parrish). After the destruction of his family's well-established Atlantic City restaurant during Hurricane Sandy, Sam must grow up quickly, taking the biggest risks of his life, both in business and love.
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Bounce: How the Ball Taught the World to Play

Jerome Thelia spans the world and the centuries in this meditation on one of humankind’s most underrated inventions.
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Diamond Tongues

Edith Welland dreams of being a successful actress in Toronto, but just can’t seem to make things happen.
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Dirty Weekend

Matthew Broderick has come a long way since Ferris Bueller.
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Funny Bunny

A hapless anti-childhood obesity crusader and a maternally neglected trust-funder bond as they vie for the heart of a troubled animal activist.
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The Keeping Room

In this stunning suspense drama, three women (Brit Marling, Hailee Steinfeld and Muna Otaru) left alone on an isolated farm during the last days of the American Civil War are besieged by a pair of murderous Yankee scouts.
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Lamb

When a middle-aged man meets a young girl in a parking lot he attempts to help her avoid a bleak destiny by initiating her into the beauty of the outside world.
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Naz & Maalik

An impressionistic film, it explores the ancient pilgrimage across Spain on the Camino de Santiago.
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Nerdgasm

Tom Lenk is one of those talents who has spent much of his career trying to convince audiences he can do more than the role he’s most famous for (that of Andrew Wells in Buffy the Vampire Slayer).
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Stuck

Agoraphobia makes surprisingly fresh material for filmmaking in this provocative drama.
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They Look Like People

The story centers on two thirtyish men: Christian (Evan Duchoumel), a New York up-and-comer, and Wyatt (MacLeod Andrews), his alienated out-of-towner friend.
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Too Late

Gangster, strippers, a dame in distress and one wayward P.I. Sounds like a classic noir film, but Too Late is contemporary L.A. noir that explores the tangled relationship between Samson (John Hawkes), a troubled private investigator, and the missing woman he’s hired to find.
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Uncle John

A small town Wisconsin murder and a love story set in Chicago build different kinds of tension in this beautifully shot and directed film.
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Viaje

Luciana (Kattia González) and Pedro (Fernando Bolaños) meet at a party, steal a kiss in the bathroom (once he removes his ridiculous costume head), and share a cab along with some intimate talk on the discontents of marriage and procreation.
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Wedgerino

There are offbeat comedies, and then there’s Wedgerino.
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Wildlike

Mackenzie, a troubled but daring teenage girl, is sent by her struggling mother to live with her uncle in Juneau, Alaska, but distressing circumstances forces her to run.
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Alfred and Jakobine

Alfred Hobbs, 84, drives across America in an ancient London taxi to find the once love of his life, who he left 40 years earlier.
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An Honest Liar

The life and career of the renowned stage magician turned scientific skeptic of the paranormal, James Randi.
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Arlo & Julie

A neurotic couple's obsession with a mysterious puzzle comically unravels their world, disconnecting them from reality and jeopardizing their fragile relationship.
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Bad Hair

A nine-year-old boy's preening obsession with straightening his hair elicits a tidal wave of homophobic panic in his hard-working mother.
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Before I Disappear

At the lowest point of his life, Richie gets a call from his estranged sister, asking him to look after his eleven-year old niece, Sophia, for a few hours.
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