In this coming-of-age dark comedy, Becky finally gets her driver's license, but an unfortunate accident forces her and her best friend to make some difficult decisions about life and death. | Read MoreComedy
Meet Ned. His live-in father-in-law is putting serious strains on Ned's marriage. He's having a hard time adjusting to raising an independent teenager. His job as a TV writer is unfulfilling, and late nights with a sexy coworker are only complicating matters…. Liev Schreiber, Helen Hunt, Brian Dennehy, Carla Gugino, Eddie Izzard, and Ezra Miller star in this eloquent and honest look at an everyday family dealing with life's little curveballs. | Read MoreDrama
Every Mother's Son is the story of three women in New York City whose sons were killed by police officers and who have transformed their personal tragedy into an opportunity to reform policing nationwide. | Read More
Over the course of The New Yorker magazine cartoonists' weekly lunch, four prominent artists share their styles, inspirations, and creative processes in Every Tuesday: A Portrait of the New Yorker Cartoonists.
Screening as part of the Shorts: Long Story Short program. | Read MoreDocumentary
Will Ferrell gives a heartfelt and affecting performance in newcomer Dan Rush's funny and touching adaptation of the Raymond Carver short story "Why Don't You Dance?" After losing his job and his wife in the same day, Nicolas Halsey hits rock bottom and moves all his possessions, and himself, to his front yard. With the help of a lonely teenager and his pregnant neighbor (Rebecca Hall), Nick begins to dispose of old junk, mend his past, and begin a new life. | Read More
Renowned photographer Peter Lindbergh and experimental filmmaker Holly Fisher, with actress Jeanne Moreau, weave a tapestry of images shaping one woman's deepest sense of selfhood. Music by Lois V Vierk. | Read MoreFemale Director(s)
Taylor Mead, film icon and former Andy Warhol superstar who lives in a monumentally cluttered apartment, is now a septuagenarian whose career ranges from playing Tarzan in one of Warhol's movies to the role of "Man at Party" in Midnight Cowboy to "Taylor" in Jim Jarmusch's recent Coffee and Cigarettes.
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Something is fishy about Exhibit 42. Rule one at any art gallery is “Do Not Touch The Artwork,” but when curious Myles comes face to fin with a certain irresistibly tantalizing installation piece, trouble is on the way. | Read More
In 2021, an imprisoned journalist faces a government execution. As the executioner nears, he contemplates a desperate escape attempt to return to his young family. | Read MoreDrama, Thriller, Science Fiction
As documentaries continue to gain a higher profile at the box office, what effect will theatrical distribution have on the subjects and stories of documentary film?
Confirmed Moderator: Owen Gleiberman (Entertainment Weekly)
Panelists: Micah Green (Cinetic Media), Billy Campbell (Discovery Networks), Fenton Bailey (Inside Deep Throat), Dana Brown (Step Into Liquid) | Read More
After years of struggling to conceive with her husband, Lizzie (Radha Mitchell, OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN) has given up hope of having a baby on her own. But when her best friend Andie (Michelle Monaghan, SOURCE CODE) finds herself pregnant after a one-night stand, an unexpected solution arises: Andie offers to have the baby and give it to Lizzie. The couple agrees to the plan, on one condition: Andie must move in with them for the duration of the pregnancy. But can the women's friendship survive until birth? Jessie McCormack's debut is a refreshingly candid comedy about planning ahead for life's unexpected detours. | Read More
A tender performance by Zoe Kazan is the centerpiece of this delicate, beautifully shot character study. Cherubic college student Ivy is back home in Brooklyn for summer break with her longtime platonic guy pal Al in tow. As her relationship with her boyfriend slowly disintegrates via cell phone, Al's friendship is cast in a new light. | Read MoreDrama