Wander Darkly stars Sienna Miller and Diego Luna as couple whose trauma helps heal the divide in their relationship. Twists and turns will keep audiences guessing.
Directed by Natalia Meta, The Intruder stars Erica Rivas as voice actress and singer who is possessed by a mysterious force after she experiences trauma.
An elderly man is sent to a retirement home to investigate potential elder abuse but soon discovers where the real neglect is coming from.
A shocking documentary about the abuse of power and fractured identity. Directed by Hannah Olson, Baby God tells the story of a fertility doctor who secretly fathered the children of his own patients.
Director Dawn Porter (John Lewis: Good Trouble) delivers again with another political documentary wrought with emotion. Inspired by the best-selling book, The Way I See It tells the story of Pete Souza, former photographer for the Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama administrations. The most important documentary you’ll see this year.
A young Mexican woman seeks out a local coven of witches to help enact revenge against the boy who raped her and her unsupportive brother.
A highly satisfying queer horror-comedy short film about toxic masculinity and the literal horrors of dating.
Michele Remsen goes all out in Toss It (2019), her first feature film, a layered story disguised as an anti-romantic comedy.
Directed by Dawn Porter, John Lewis: Good Trouble chronicles the life and political career of an extraordinary man.
Written and directed by Susanna Styron and produced by Jacki Ochs, Out of My Head explores the mystery behind migraines and gives its sufferers validation.
CRSHD is a quirky coming-of-age story about a college freshman who fumbles along in her quest to lose her virginity before the end of the school year.
Directed and co-written by Annie Silverstein, Bull tells the story of a down and out rodeo clown who makes a meaningful connection with a young wayward teen.
A Towering Task: The Story of the Peace Corps is a comprehensive look at the history of an agency born out of both patriotism and altruism in an effort to good for mankind.
Filmmaker Lynn Chen’s lyrical I Will Make You Mine tells the story of three women connected by their romantic ties to one man.
Directed by Sarah Brennan Kolb, Good Ol Girl explores the struggle between long-held traditions and female independence and the slow fade of rural life.
The end of the world is nigh but this doesn’t stop a group of SoundCloud rappers living in seclusion in Crestone, Colorado from smoking weed and making music. This hybrid film is highly relevant in our coronavirus driven world.