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In this surreal morality tale, Frank (Adam Trese) measures success in Armani suits while his business partner Josh (Andrew McCarthy) is a hipster computer whiz trying to maintain a moral compass. When their business collapses, Frank moves back home to live with his parents, while Josh is forced to consider the unthinkable - getting a real job. Also featuring John Turturro. | Read More
Sam hates the scary movies his parents force him to watch on “family movie night.” But on one such movie night in 1982 the horror seems to be coming from his own suburban home. Is that Dad upside—down in gravity boots, or is that a vision from the twilight zone? | Read More
In this fresh, subversive take on the found-footage horror genre from the makers of SPLICE and CUBE, a faceless voyeur’s twisted manipulation of a young couple escalates into a deadly cat-and-mouse game, as seen from the perspective of hidden cameras he’s concealed throughout their house. | Read More
This controversial episodic Russian drama with political overtones drew the ire of censors in its native land and shared the top prize at the Rotterdam Film Festival. In the script by taboo challenger Vladimir Sorokin, three characters meet in a bar and their late-night conversation touches on cloning, politics and the nature of truth in modern Mother Russia. | Read More
On his way to a statistics conference, John Wilkins is the victim of a freak accident, sucked out of a plane when an emergency door fails mid-flight at 43,000 Feet.
Screening as part of the Shorts: Status Update program. | Read More
Aspiring novelist Brian (Anton Yelchin) meets Arielle (Bérénice Marlohe), the sophisticated wife of a French diplomat. They soon embark on a “cinq-a-sept” affair that challenges Brian’s traditional American ideas of love and relationships. A cosmopolitan comedy of manners told with surprising warmth and lightness, 5 to 7 marks Victor Levin’s directorial debut and welcomes Marlohe as a glamorous, ebullient screen presence. With Glenn Close and Frank Langella. | Read MoreDrama, Romantic Comedy, Relationships, New York, NY Director(s), First Time Filmmaker
In this sardonic comedy set in Los Angeles, Owen (Paul Schneider) is a failed novelist who now makes his living writing tabloid biographies. After an earthquake hits, he decides to skip town and start a new life on the East Coast. However, his plans go awry when he meets the woman of his dreams at the airport. | Read More
A provocative yet charming take on digital communication, this debut follows a teen caught between her stepdad (who records the family's supposedly perfect life online), her real father (now a transsexual), and the refuge of her online life as she searches for meaningful connections. | Read MoreFemale Director(s)