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Keira Knightley is set to star in this dystopian sci-fi thriller. In the near future, the British government takes authoritarian rule over parenting. RITA, a loyal License Officer, is a firm believer in the controversial system she upholds, until an unexpected event endangers her own parental status in the very administration she enforces.
Hero Fiennes Tiffin is attached to star as "Smith" in this whiskey-soaked thriller. Smith returns to his god-forsaken hometown, Broken Cove, after the heinous murder of his brother. Armed with a tarnished reputation, Smith embarks on uncovering the lies behind his brother’s death, but as he navigates the Cove’s lurid underbelly, he discovers the ugly truth and a dark history best left buried.
Alexander Skarsgard and Judy Greer star in Michael Shannon's directorial debut. ERIC LARUE follows Janice and Ron, the parents of a 17-year-old boy, Eric, who shot and killed three of his classmates. As Janice faces a meeting of the mothers of the other boys, managing her relationship with her born-again Christian husband, and a long-delayed visit to her son in prison, the story becomes not about the violence but about what we choose to think and do in order to survive trauma.
THE PENGUIN & THE FISHERMAN
Based on a true story, starring JEAN RENO, THE PENGUIN & THE FISHERMAN follows a lost and injured penguin DinDim, who finds friendship in another wounded soul, João. After mending the wounds of each other's past and parting ways, the duo reunites every year as DinDim travels thousands of miles to see his best friend.
MACK & RITA
Diane Keaton and Elizabeth Lail star in this comedy, Mackenzie Martin is tired of doing all the things she has to do to keep up and get ahead in her 30’s. Her deepest wish is to be in her 60’s so she can just lay down, chill, and wear a good chunky sweater. But when she’s struck by lightning in a sound bath regression pod at Coachella and becomes a 65-year-old woman, Mack learns that the reality of old age isn’t quite what she imagined.
Kate Hudson, Michael Shannon, Don Johnson, and Zach Braff star in this dark romantic comedy. Shriver, a down-on-his-luck handyman, is mistaken for a famous writer but reclusive author, and is invited to a rural literary festival. While in attendance, he finds himself caught in a whirlwind of literary pretension, a criminal investigation, and falling hopelessly in love with a professor who thinks he’s someone else.