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Right here is what the critics specialize in of Zac Efron as serial killer Ted Bundy – The Neutral

1/103 Expansive Time Formative years

(Director and screenwriter: Jason Orley, Producers: Jeremy Garelick, Mickey Liddell, Pete Shiliamon, Mason Novick, Will Phelps) — A suburban teen comes of age beneath the negative guidance of his entirely buddy, a charismatic college dropout. Cast: Pete Davidson, Griffin Gluck, Jon Cryer, Sydney Sweeney, Emily Arlook, Colson Baker.

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2/103 Clemency

(Director and screenwriter: Chinonye Chukwu, Producers: Bronwyn Cornelius, Julian Cautherley, Peter Wong, Timur Bekbosunov) — Years of accomplishing dying row executions delight in taken a toll on jail warden Bernadine Williams. As she prepares to discontinue but any other inmate, Bernadine must confront the psychological and emotional demons her job creates, in the slay connecting her to the particular person she is sanctioned to waste. Cast: Alfre Woodard, Aldis Hodge, Richard Schiff, Wendell Pierce, Richard Gunn, Danielle Brooks.

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3/103 Hala

(Director and screenwriter: Minhal Baig, Producers: Clarence Hammond, Jamal Watson, Minhal Baig) — Muslim teen Hala copes with the unraveling of her household as she comes into her contain. Cast: Geraldine Viswanathan, Jack Kilmer, Gabriel Luna, Purbi Joshi, Azad Khan, Anna Chlumsky.

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Four/103 Honey Boy

(Director: Alma Har’el, Screenwriter: Shia LaBeouf, Producers: Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, Daniela Taplin Lundberg, Anita Gou, Christopher Leggett, Alma Har’el) — A baby TV star and his ex-rodeo clown father face their stormy past by time and cinema. Cast: Shia LaBeouf, Lucas Hedges, Noah Jupe.

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5/103 Imaginary Issue

(Director and screenwriter: Debra Eisenstadt, Producers: Debra Eisenstadt, Cosmos Kiindarius) — The sexual, psychological and simply unraveling of an obsessive-compulsive suburban mom. Cast: Wendi McLendon-Covey, Christine Woods, Max Burkholder, Steve Shrimp, Catherine Curtin, Kate Alberts

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6/103 Luce

(Director: Julius Onah, Screenwriters: JC Lee, Julius Onah, Producers: John Baker, Julius Onah, Andrew Yang) — A married couple is compelled to reckon with their idealized describe of their son, adopted from war-torn Eritrea, after an alarming discovery by a devoted excessive college teacher threatens his set of residing as an all-star pupil. Cast: Naomi Watts, Octavia Spencer, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Tim Roth, Norbert Leo Butz.

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7/103 Ms Purple

(Director: Justin Chon, Screenwriters: Justin Chon, Chris Dinh, Producer: Alex Chi, Justin Chon) — Kasie, caught in LA’s Koreatown, works as a karaoke hostess getting paid for her companionship by drunken males. When her dad’s hospice nurse quits she reconnects with her estranged brother, Carey, forcing them to enter a duration of intense self-reflection as their single father who raised them nears dying. Cast: Tiffany Chu, Teddy Lee, Octavio Pizano, James Kang.

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Eight/103 Native Son

(Director: Rashid Johnson, Screenwriter: Suzan-Lori Parks, Producers: Matthew Perniciaro, Michael Sherman) — On this up to date reimagining of Richard Wright’s seminal novel, a younger African-American man named Greater Thomas takes a job working for a highly influential Chicago household, a decision that may perhaps commerce the direction of his lifestyles with no slay in sight. Cast: Ashton Sanders, Margaret Qualley, Slash Robinson, KiKi Layne, Invoice Camp, Sanaa Lathan.

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9/103 Portion

(Director and screenwriter: Pippa Bianco, Producers: Carly Hugo, Tyler Byrne, Matt Parker) — After discovering a stressful video from an night she doesn’t be conscious, sixteen-year-broken-down Mandy must strive to resolve out what befell and simple how to navigate the escalating fallout. Cast: Rhianne Barreto, Charlie Plummer, Poorna Jagannathan, J.C. MacKenzie, Slash Galitzine, Lovie Simone.

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10/103 The Sound of Silence

(Director: Michael Tyburski, Screenwriters: Ben Nabors, Michael Tyburski, Producers: Ben Nabors, Michael Prall, Tariq Merhab, Charlie Scully, Mandy Tagger Brockey, Adi Ezroni) — A a success “home tuner” in Contemporary York Metropolis, who calibrates the sound in contributors’s homes in relate to alter their moods, meets a shopper with a map he can’t solve. Cast: Peter Sarsgaard, Rashida Jones, Tony Revolori, Austin Pendleton.

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eleven/103 Them That Follow

(Directors and screenwriters: Britt Poulton, Dan Madison Savage, Producers: Bradley Gallo, Michael Helfant, Gerard Butler, Alan Siegel, Danielle Robinson) — Inner a snake-going by church deep in Appalachia, a forbidden relationship forces a pastor’s daughter to confront her neighborhood’s lethal tradition. Cast: Olivia Colman, Kaitlyn Dever, Alice Englert, Jim Gaffigan, Walton Goggins, Thomas Mann.

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12/103 To the Stars

(Director: Martha Stephens, Screenwriter: Shannon Bradley-Colleary, Producers: Kristin Mann, Laura D. Smith, Erik Rommesmo) — Below diminutive metropolis scrutiny, a withdrawn farmer’s daughter forges an intimate friendship with a worldly but reckless contemporary girl in Sixties Oklahoma. Cast: Kara Hayward, Liana Liberato, Jordana Spiro, Shea Whigham, Malin Akerman, Tony Hale.

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thirteen/103 Repeatedly in Season

(Director: Jacqueline Olive) — When 17-year-broken-down Lennon Lacy is discovered inserting from a swing predicament in rural North Carolina in 2014, his mother’s see justice and reconciliation begins as the trauma of more than a century of lynching African American citizens bleeds into the blow their private horns.

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14/103 American Factory

(Directors: Steven Bognar, Julia Reichert, Producers: Steven Bognar, Julia Reichert, Jeff Reichert, Julie Parker Benello) — In post-industrial Ohio, a Chinese billionaire opens a brand contemporary manufacturing facility in the husk of an deserted Long-established Motors plant, hiring two thousand blue-collar American citizens. Early days of hope and optimism give capability to setbacks as excessive-tech China clashes with working-class The US .

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15/103 Apollo eleven

(Director: Todd Douglas Miller, Producers: Todd Douglas Miller, Thomas Petersen, Evan Krauss) — A purely archival reconstruction of humanity’s first commute to but any other world, featuring never-sooner than-considered 70mm photographs and never-sooner than-heard audio from the mission.

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sixteen/103 Bedlam

(Director: Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, Producers: Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, Peter Miller) — A psychiatrist makes rounds in ERs, jails, and homeless camps to picture the intimate tales in the relieve of certainly a number of the ideal social crises of our time. A non-public and intense hump into the world of the seriously mentally ill.

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17/103 David Crosby: Bear in mind My Name

(Director: A.J. Eaton, Producers: Cameron Crowe, Michele Farinola, Greg Mariotti) — You belief you knew him. Meet David Crosby now in this portrait of a man with the entirety but an extraordinarily easy retirement on his tips. With unflinching honesty, self-examination, remorse, fright, exuberance and an unshakable perception in household and the transformative nature of song, Crosby shares his most often enthralling hump.

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18/103 Hail Satan

(Director: Penny Lane, Producer: Gabriel Sedgwick) — A see at the intersection of faith and activism, tracing the upward thrust of The Satanic Temple: entirely six years broken-down and already certainly one of basically the most controversial non secular actions in American historic past. The Temple is soliciting for a Satanic revolution to keep the nation’s soul. But are they for accurate?

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19/103 Jawline

(Director: Liza Mandelup, Producers: Bert Hamelinck, Sacha Ben Harroche, Hannah Reyer) — The film follows sixteen-year-broken-down Austyn Tester, a rising star in the stay-broadcast ecosystem who constructed his following on huge-eyed optimism and teen girl lust, as he tries to flee a ineffective-discontinue lifestyles in rural Tennessee.

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20/103 Knock Down the House

(Director: Rachel Lears, Producers: Sarah Olson, Robin Blotnick, Rachel Lears) — A younger bartender in the Bronx, a coal miner’s daughter in West Virginia, a grieving mother in Nevada and a registered nurse in Missouri build a movement of insurgent candidates enthralling highly efficient incumbents in Congress. Indubitably one of their races will change into basically the most frightful political upset in present American historic past. Cast: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

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21/103 Nighttime Household

(Mexico-U.S. – Director: Luke Lorentzen, Producers: Kellen Quinn, Daniela Alatorre, Elena Fortes) — In Mexico Metropolis’s wealthiest neighborhoods, the Ochoa household runs a non-public ambulance, competing with completely different for-income EMTs for patients trying pressing aid. As they fight to build a residing in this cutthroat industry, they strive against to aid their financial desires from compromising the contributors in their care.

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22/103 Mike Wallace is Right here

(Director: Avi Belkin, Producers: Rafael Marmor, John Battsek, Peggy Drexler, Avi Belkin, Christopher Leggett) — For over half a century, 60 Minutes’ fearsome newsman Mike Wallace went head-to-head with the world’s most influential figures. Relying exclusively on archival photographs, the film interrogates the interrogator, tracking Mike’s storied profession and alarmed inner most lifestyles while unpacking how broadcast journalism stepped forward to this present day’s precarious tipping point.

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23/103 Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements

(Director: Irene Taylor Brodsky, Producers: Irene Taylor Brodsky, Tahria Sheather) — A deeply inner most portrait of three lives, and the discoveries that lie past loss: a deaf boy rising up, his deaf grandfather rising broken-down, and Beethoven the year he turned into once blindsided by deafness and wrote his iconic sonata.

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24/103 One Shrimp one Nation

(China-U.S. – Directors: Nanfu Wang, Jialing Zhang, Producers: Nanfu Wang, Jialing Zhang, Julie Goldman, Christoph Jörg, Christopher Clements, Carolyn Hepburn) — After turning actual into a mother, a filmmaker uncovers the untold historic past of China’s one-child policy and the generations of contributors and youth with no slay in sight fashioned by this social experiment.

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25/103 Pahokee

(Directors: Ivete Lucas, Patrick Bresnan, Producers: Ivete Lucas, Patrick Bresnan, Maida Lynn) — In a diminutive agricultural metropolis in the Florida Everglades, hopes for the future are focused on the youth. Four teens face heartbreak and delight in an very just correct time in the rituals of an extraordinary senior year.

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26/103 Tigerland

(Director: Ross Kauffman, Producers: Fisher Stevens, Xan Parker, Zara Duffy) — 50 years previously, a younger wooded space officer in India rallied the world to keep tigers from extinction. As of late, the creed is carried on in Some distance East Russia by the guardians of the last Siberian tigers, who risk the entirety to keep the species.

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27/103 Untitled Fabulous Johnathan Documentary

(Director and screenwriter: Ben Berman, Producers: Miranda Bailey, Ben Berman, Russell Groves, Amanda Marshall, Jacob Perlin) — What begins as a documentary following the final tour of a dying magician — “The Fabulous Johnathan” — turns into an unexpected and more and more peculiar hump as the filmmaker struggles to separate truth from illusion. Cast: Johnathan Szeles.

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28/103 Where’s My Roy Cohn?

(Director: Matt Tyrnauer, Producers: Matt Tyrnauer , Corey Reeser, Marie Brenner, Andrea Lewis) — Roy Cohn personified the unlit arts of American politics, turning empty vessels into terrible demagogues – from Joseph McCarthy to his final project, Donald J. Trump. This thriller-admire exposé connects the dots, revealing how a deeply alarmed grasp manipulator fashioned our present American nightmare.

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29/103 Soiled God

(Netherlands-U.Okay.-Belgium-Ireland – Director: Sacha Polak, Screenwriters: Sacha Polak, Susanne Farrell, Producers: Marleen Slot, Michael Elliott) — Jade is a younger mother in the high of her lifestyles when an acid attack leaves her severely burned. While her face has been reconstructed, her beauty is misplaced beneath the scars. Descending a self-negative path with relationships crumbling, Jade must snatch drastic action to reclaim her lifestyles. Cast: Vicky Knight, Katherine Kelly, Eliza Brady-Girard, Rebecca Stone, Bluey Robinson, Dana Marienci. World Premiere

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30/103 Divine Adore

(Brazil-Uruguay-Denmark-Norway – Director: Gabriel Mascaro, Screenwriters: Gabriel Mascaro, Rachel Daisy Ellis, Esdras Bezerra, Producer: Rachel Daisy Ellis) — Brazil, 2027 . A deeply non secular girl uses her set in a notary’s set of business to intention her mission to keep struggling couples from divorce. While trying forward to a register recognition of her efforts, she’s confronted with a disaster in her contain marriage that in the slay brings her nearer to God. Cast: Dira Praes, Julio Machado, Emilio de Melo, Teca Pereira, Mariana Nunes, Thalita Carauta.

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31/103 Dolce Swish Giornata

(Poland – Director: Jacek Borcuch, Screenwriters: Jacek Borcuch, Szczepan Twardoch, Producer: Marta Habior) — In Tuscany, Maria’s stable household lifestyles begins to erode as her relationship with a younger immigrant develops against a backdrop of terrorism and eroding democracy. Cast: Krystyna Janda, Katarzyna Smutniak, Vincent Riotta, Antonio Catania, Lorenzo de Moor, Robin Renucci.

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32/103 Judy & Punch

(Australia – Director and screenwriter: Mirrah Foulkes, Producers: Michele Bennett, Nash Edgerton, Danny Gabai) — Within the anarchic metropolis of Seaside, nowhere terminate to the ocean, puppeteers Judy and Punch are looking out to resurrect their marionette blow their private horns. The blow their private horns is a success as a result of Judy’s precise puppeteering but Punch’s utilizing ambition and penchant for whisky result in a inevitable tragedy that Judy must avenge. Cast: Mia Wasikowska, Damon Herriman, Tom Inch, Benedict Hardie, Lucy Velik, Terry Norris.

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33/103 Koko-di Koko-da

(Sweden-Denmark – Director and screenwriter: Johannes Nyholm, Producer: Johannes Nyholm) — As a pair goes on a visit to search out their capability relieve to every completely different, a sideshow artist and his shady entourage emerge from the woods, terrorizing them, luring them deeper and deeper actual into a maelstrom of psychological terror and humiliating slapstick. Cast: Leif Edlund, Ylva Gallon, Peter Belli, Katarina Jacobson.

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34/103 The Closing Tree

(U.Okay. – Director and screenwriter: Shola Amoo, Producers: Lee Thomas, Myf Hopkins) — Femi is a British boy of Nigerian heritage who, after a ecstatic childhood in rural Lincolnshire, strikes to inner London to stay in conjunction with his mum. Battling the peculiar culture and values of his contemporary environment, teenage Femi has to resolve out which path to maturity he wants to snatch. Cast: Sam Adewunmi, Gbemisola Ikumelo, Tai Golding.

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35/103 Monos

(Colombia-Argentina-Netherlands-Germany-Sweden-Uruguay – Director: Alejandro Landes, Screenwriters: Alejandro Landes, Alexis Dos Santos, Producers: Alejandro Landes, Fernando Epstein, Santiago Zapata, Cristina Landes) — On a a long way off mountaintop, eight teens with guns perceive over a hostage and a conscripted milk cow. Cast: Julianne Nicholson, Moisés Arias, Sofia Buenaventura, Deibi Rueda, Karen Quintero, Laura Castrillón.

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36/103 Queen of Hearts

(Denmark – Director: Would possibly possibly perhaps perhaps simply el-Toukhy, Screenwriters: Maren Louise Käehne, Would possibly possibly perhaps perhaps simply el-Toukhy, Producers: Caroline Blanco, René Ezra) — A girl jeopardizes every her profession and her household when she seduces her teenage stepson and is compelled to build an irreversible choice with lethal consequences. Cast: Trine Dyrholm, Gustav Lindh, Magnus Krepper.

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37/103 The Sharks

(Uruguay-Argentina-Spain – Director and screenwriter: Lucía Garibaldi, Producers: Pancho Magnou Arnábal, Isabel García) — While a rumor about the presence of sharks in a diminutive sea trip metropolis distracts residents, 14-year-broken-down Rosina begins to feel an instinct to shorten the gap between her physique and Joselo’s. Cast: Romina Bentancur, Federico Morosini, Fabián Arenillas, Valeria Lois, Antonella Aquistapache.

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38/103 The Memento

(United Kingdom – Director and screenwriter: Joanna Hogg, Producers: Luke Schiller, Joanna Hogg) — A light film pupil begins finding her teach as an artist while navigating a turbulent courtship with a charismatic but untrustworthy man. She defies her defending mother and interested chums as she slips deeper and deeper into an intense, emotionally fraught relationship which comes dangerously terminate to destroying her dreams. Cast: Honor Swinton Byrne, Tom Burke, Tilda Swinton.

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39/103 Right here is No longer Berlin

(Mexico – Director: Hari Sama, Screenwriters: Rodrigo Ordóñez, Hari Sama, Max Zunino, Producers: Ale García, Antonio Urdapilleta, Hari Sama, Verónica Valadez P.) — 1986, Mexico Metropolis. Seventeen-year-broken-down Carlos doesn’t slot in wherever, not in his household nor with the chums he has chosen in college. But the entirety adjustments when he is invited to a mythical nightclub where he discovers the underground nightlife scene: punk, sexual liberty and medicine. Cast: Xabiani Ponce de León, José Antonio Toledano, Ximena Romo, Mauro Sánchez Navarro, Klaudia García, Marina de Tavira.

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Forty/103 We Are Shrimp Zombies

(Japan – Director and screenwriter: Makoto Nagahisa, Producers: Shinichi Takahashi, Tahei Tamanishi, Haruki Yokoyama, Haruhiko Hasegawa) — Their oldsters are ineffective. They must be sad, but they may be able to’t shout. So that they build a kick-ass band. Right here is the legend of Four thirteen-year-olds trying to procure their emotions. Cast: Keita Ninomiya, Satoshi Mizuno, Mondo Okumura, Sena Nakajima.

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forty one/103 Advocate

(Israel-Canada-Switzerland – Directors: Rachel Leah Jones, Philippe Bellaïche , Producers: Philippe Bellaïche , Rachel Leah Jones, Paul Cadieux, Joelle Bertossa) Lea Tsemel defends Palestinians: from feminists to fundamentalists, from non-violent demonstrators to armed militants. As a Jewish-Israeli lawyer who has represented political prisoners for almost 50 years, Tsemel, in her tireless quest for justice, pushes the praxis of a human rights defender to its limits.

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forty two/103 Cool Case Hammarskjold

(Denmark (Director: Mads Brügger, Producers: Peter Engel, Andreas Rocksén, Bjarte M. Tveit) — Danish director Mads Brügger and Swedish non-public investigator Creep̈ran Bjorkdahl are looking out to solve the mysterious dying of Dag Hammarskjold. As their investigation closes in, they see a crime a long way worse than killing the Secretary-Long-established of the United Countries.

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forty three/103 The Disappearance of My Mother

(Italy – Director and screenwriter: Beniamino Barrese, Producer: Filippo Macelloni) — An getting older trend model strives to flee the world of images and move for correct, but her son’s choice to build a final film about her sparks an unexpected collaboration and incompatibility with the camera’s search.

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forty four/103 Gaza

(Ireland – Directors: Garry Keane, Andrew McConnell, Producers: Brendan J. Byrne, Garry Keane, Andrew McConnell, Paul Cadieux) — Gaza brings us actual into a particular set past the attain of television news stories to present an world prosperous with eloquent and resilient characters, offering us a cinematic and enriching portrait of a contributors trying to guide meaningful lives against the rubble of perennial struggle.

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forty five/103 Honeyland

(Macedonia – Directors: Ljubomir Stefanov, Tamara Kotevska, Producer: Atanas Georgiev) — When nomadic beekeepers atomize Honeyland’s frequent rule (snatch half of the honey, but plod away half to the bees), the last female beehunter in Europe must keep the bees and restore pure stability.

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Forty six/103 Lapü

(Colombia – Directors: Juan Pablo Polanco, César Alejandro Jaimes, Screenwriters: Juan Pablo Polanco, César Alejandro Jaimes, María Canela Reyes, Producer: Julián David Quintero) — Within the guts of the Guajira Barren predicament, Doris, a younger Wayuu girl, exhumes her cousin’s stays in relate to fulfill her for the last time. Thru a sensory hump this ritual leads her to confront dying and mix the world of the dreams with the world of the residing. Cast: Doris González Jusayú, Carmen González Jusayú.

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Forty seven/103 The Magic Lifetime of V

(Finland-Denmark-Bulgaria – Director: Tonislav Hristov, Screenwriters: Tonislav Hristov, Kaarle Aho, Producers: Kaarle Aho, Kai Nordberg) — Haunted by childhood traumas, Veera is trying to alter into more neutral by stay roleplaying. As she guides herself and her mentally-challenged brother by worlds of a pair of roles and identities, witches and wizards, she finds the braveness to face the demons of her contain past and her abusive father’s legacy.

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48/103 Nighttime Traveler

(U.S.-Qatar-U.Okay.-Canada – Director: Hassan Fazili, Screenwriter: Emelie Mahdavian, Producers: Emelie Mahdavian, Su Kim) — When the Taliban puts a bounty on Afghan director Hassan Fazili’s head, he is compelled to flit in conjunction with his wife and two younger daughters. Taking pictures their unsure hump, Fazili reveals firsthand the dangers facing refugees trying for asylum and the esteem shared between a household on the scurry.

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forty nine/103 Sea of Shadows

(Austria – Director: Richard Ladkani, Producers: Walter Koehler, Wolfgang Knoepfler) —The vaquita, the world’s smallest whale, is terminate to extinction as its habitat is destroyed by Mexican cartels and Chinese mafia, who harvest the swim bladder of the totoaba fish, the “cocaine of the ocean.” Environmental activists, Mexican navy and undercover investigators are struggling with relieve in distinction unlawful multimillion-greenback business.

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50/103 Taking pictures the Mafia

(Ireland – Director: Kim Longinotto, Producer: Niamh Fagan) — Sicilian Letizia Battaglia started a lifelong strive against with the Mafia when she first pointed her camera at a brutally slain victim. Documenting the Cosa Nostra’s barbaric rule, she bore unflinching belief to their crimes. Her photos, art, and bravery helped to lift an discontinue to a frightful reign of slaughter.

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fifty one/103 Stieg Larsson – The Man Who Conducted With Fire

(Sweden – Director and screenwriter: Henrik Georgsson, Producers: Mattias Nohrborg, Fredrik Heinig) — A documentary about the Millennium-trilogy author Stieg Larsson and his pioneering work of struggling with dazzling wing extremists and neo-Nazis, an obsession with lethal consequences.

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52/103 Untitled Brazil Documentary

(Brazil – Director and screenwriter: Petra Costa, Producers: Joanna Natasegara, Shane Boris, Tiago Pavan) — A cautionary legend for these instances of democracy in disaster – the inner most and political fuse to discover certainly one of basically the most dramatic durations in Brazilian historic past. With extraordinary entry to Presidents Dilma Rousseff and Lula da Silva, we belief their rise and tumble and the tragically polarized nation that stays.

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fifty three/103 Adam

(Director: Rhys Ernst, Screenwriter: Ariel Schrag, Producers: Howard Gertler, James Schamus) — Awkward teen Adam arrives to employ his final excessive college summer season in conjunction with his older sister, who has thrown herself into Contemporary York Metropolis’s lesbian and trans activist scene. Over the summer season, Adam and these around him experience esteem, friendship, and attendant laborious truths in this coming-of-age comedy. Cast: Nicholas Alexander, India Menuez, Leo Sheng, Chloe Levine, Margaret Qualley.

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Fifty four/103 The Death of Dick Long

(Director: Daniel Scheinert, Screenwriter: Billy Bite, Producers: Jonathan Wang, Daniel Scheinert) — Dick died last night, and Zeke and Earl don’t pick on anybody finding out how. That’s too terrible though, trigger news travels swiftly in diminutive-metropolis Alabama. Cast: Michael Abbott Jr., Virginia Newcomb, Andre Hyland, Sarah Baker, Jess Weixler.

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fifty five/103 Give Me Liberty

(Director: Kirill Mikhanovsky, Screenwriters: Alice Austen, Kirill Mikhanovsky, Producers: Alice Austen, George Mosey, Walter S. Hall, Michael Manasseri, Sergey Shtern, Val Abel) — When a riot breaks out in Milwaukee, The US’s most segregated metropolis, clinical transport driver Vic is torn between his promise to win a neighborhood of aged Russians to a funeral and his desire to aid Tracy, a younger dim girl with ALS. Cast: Lauren “Lolo” Spencer, Chris Galust, Maksim Stoyanov, Darya Ekamasova.

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56/103 The Infiltrators

(Directors: Alex Rivera, Cristina Ibarra, Screenwriters: Alex Rivera, Aldo Velasco, Producers: Cristina Ibarra, Alex Rivera, Darren Dean) — A rag-save neighborhood of undocumented youth – Dreamers – deliberately win detained by Border Patrol in relate to infiltrate a dark, for-income jail. Cast: Maynor Alvarado, Manuel Uriza, Chelsea Rendon, Juan Gabriel Pareja, Vik Sahay.

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fifty seven/103 Gentle from Gentle

(Director and screenwriter: Paul Harrill, Producers: James M. Johnston, Kelly Williams, Toby Halbrooks, Elisabeth Moss, Tim Headington, Theresa Net page) — Shelia, a single mom and sometime paranormal investigator, is enlisted to evaluate a in all probability “haunting” at a widower’s farmhouse in East Tennessee. Cast: Marin Ireland, Jim Gaffigan, Josh Wiggins, Atheena Frizzell, David Cale.

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58/103 Paradise Hills

(Spain-U.S. – Director: Alice Waddington, Screenwriters: Nacho Vigalondo, Brian DeLeeuw, Producers: Adrian Guerra, Núria Valls) — A younger girl is shipped to Paradise Hills to be reformed, entirely to learn that the excessive-class facility’s beautiful facade hides a infamous secret. Cast: Emma Roberts, Danielle Macdonald, Awkwafina, Eiza González, Milla Jovovich, Jeremy Irvine.

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fifty nine/103 Untimely

(Director: Rashaad Ernesto Inexperienced, Screenwriters: Rashaad Ernesto Inexperienced, Zora Howard, Producers: Joy Ganes, Rashaad Ernesto Inexperienced, Darren Dean) — The summer season sooner than she leaves for varsity, Ayanna meets dazzling and mysterious outsider Isaiah; her complete world is turned the other intention up as she navigates the anxious terrain of younger esteem against a changing Harlem panorama. Cast: Zora Howard, Joshua Boone, Michelle Wilson, Alexis Marie Wint, Imani Lewis, Tashiana Washington.

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60/103 Selah and the Spades

(Director and screenwriter: Tayarisha Poe, Producers: Lauren McBride, Lucas Joaquin, Drew Houpt, Tayarisha Poe, Jill Ahrens) — 5 factions scurry the underground lifetime of the favorite Haldwell boarding college. On the pinnacle of basically the most highly efficient faction – The Spades – sits Selah Summers. By turns charming and callous, she chooses whom to aid terminate and whom to separate from, walking the truthful line between being feared and most smartly-liked. Cast: Lovie Simone, Celeste O’Connor, Jharrel Jerome, Gina Torres, Jesse Williams.

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Sixty one/103 Sister Aimee

(Directors and screenwriters: Samantha Buck, Marie Schlingmann, Producers: Bettina Barrow, David Hartstein, Katherine Harper) — In 1926 The US’s most famed evangelist is a lady. And she or he’s trying to procure how out. Fed up with her contain success, she gets swept up in her lover’s daydreams about Mexico and finds herself on a wild road commute towards the border. Fixed with simply events. Mostly made up. Cast: Anna Margaret Hollyman, Michael Mosley, Andrea Suarez Paz, Julie White, Macon Blair, Amy Hargreaves.

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62/103 After the Wedding

(Director and screenwriter: Bart Freundlich, Producers: Joel B. Michaels, Harry Finkel) — Making an try for funds for her orphanage in India, Isabelle travels to Contemporary York to fulfill Theresa, a prosperous benefactor. An invitation to relieve a wedding ignites a series of events whereby the past collides with the blow their private horns while mysteries unravel. Fixed with the Academy Award-nominated film by Susanne Bier. Cast: Julianne Moore, Michelle Williams, Billy Crudup, Abby Quinn.

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Sixty three/103 Animals

(U.Okay.-Ireland-Australia – Director: Sophie Hyde, Screenwriter: Emma Jane Unsworth, Producers: Sarah Brocklehurst, Rebecca Summerton, Cormac Fox, Sophie Hyde) — After a decade of partying, Laura and Tyler’s friendship is strained by Laura’s contemporary esteem and her point of curiosity on her novel. A snapshot of a original girl with competing desires, actual now a event of female friendship and an examination of the picks we build when facing a crossroads. Cast: Holliday Grainger, Alia Shawkat.

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Sixty four/103 Blinded by the Gentle

(U.Okay. – Director: Gurinder Chadha, Screenwriters: Sarfraz Manzoor, Gurinder Chadha, Paul Mayeda Berges, Producers: Gurinder Chadha, Jane Barclay, Jamal Daniel) — In 1987 throughout the austere days of Thatcher’s Britain, a teen learns to stay lifestyles, perceive his household and procure his contain teach by the song of Bruce Springsteen. Cast: Viveik Kalra, Hayley Atwell, Take Brydon, Kulvinder Ghir, Nell Williams, Aaron Phagura.

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sixty 5/103 The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind

(United Kingdom – Director and screenwriter: Chiwetel Ejiofor, Producers: Andrea Calderwood, Gail Egan) — Against the total odds, a thirteen year broken-down boy in Malawi invents an unconventional capability to keep his household and village from famine. Fixed with the simply legend of William Kamkwamba. Cast: Chiwetel Ejiofor, Maxwell Simba, Lily Banda, Noma Dumezweni, Aissa Maiga, Joseph Marcell.

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66/103 Extraordinarily Execrable, Shockingly Sinister and Vile

(Director: Joe Berlinger, Screenwriter: Michael Werwie, Producers: Michael Costigan, Nicolas Chartier, Ara Keshishian, Michael Simkin) — A fable of the crimes of Ted Bundy from the viewpoint of Liz, his longtime girlfriend, who refused to take into accout the reality about him for years. Cast: Zac Efron, Lily Collins, Haley Joel Osment, Kaya Scodelario, John Malkovich, Jim Parsons.

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Sixty seven/103 I’m Mother

(Australia – Director: Grant Sputore, Screenwriter: Michael Lloyd Inexperienced, Producers: Timothy White, Kelvin Munro) — Within the wake of humanity’s extinction, a teenage girl is raised by a robot designed to repopulate the earth. But their peculiar bond is threatened when an inexplicable stranger arrives with alarming news. Cast: Clara Rugaard, Rose Byrne, Hilary Swank.

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sixty eight/103 Late Night

(Director: Nisha Ganatra, Screenwriter: Mindy Kaling, Producers: Ben Browning, Howard Klein, Jillian Apfelbaum, Mindy Kaling) — Legendary gradual-night talk about blow their private horns host’s world is turned the other intention up when she hires her entirely female team creator. First and necessary supposed to delicate over vary concerns, her choice has hilarious consequences as the 2 ladies folks separated by culture and era are united by their esteem of a biting punchline. Cast: Emma Thompson, Mindy Kaling, John Lithgow, Paul Walter Hauser, Reid Scott, Amy Ryan.

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69/103 Photo

(India – Director and screenwriter: Ritesh Batra, Producers: Neil Kopp, Vincent Savino, Anish Savjani) — Two lives intersect in Mumbai and plod along collectively. A struggling aspect road photographer, compelled to marry by his grandmother, convinces a apprehensive stranger to pose as his fiancée. The pair develops a connection that transforms them in ways that they may perhaps perhaps possibly not demand. Cast: Nawazuddin Siddiqi, Sanya Malhotra.

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70/103 Relive

(Director: Jacob Estes, Screenwriters: Jacob Estes, Drew Daywalt, Producers: Jason Blum, Bobby Cohen) — After a man’s household dies in what looks to be to be a waste, he gets a phone name from certainly a number of the ineffective, his niece. He’s not obvious if she’s a ghost or if he’s going mad — but because it turns out, he’s not. As an various, her calls aid him rewrite historic past. Cast: David Oyelowo, Storm Reid, Mykelti Williamson, Alfred Molina, Brian Tyree Henry.

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Seventy one/103 The Story

(Director and screenwriter: Scott Z. Burns, Producers: Steven Soderbergh, Jennifer Fox, Scott Z. Burns, Danny Gabai, Eddy Moretti ) — The legend of Daniel Jones, lead investigator for the US Senate’s sweeping gaze into the CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program, which turned into once discovered to be brutal, imperfect and ineffective. With the reality at stake, Jones battled tirelessly to build public what many in energy sought to aid hidden. Cast: Adam Driver, Annette Bening, Jon Hamm, Ted Levine, Maura Tierney, Michael C. Hall.

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seventy two/103 Sonja – The White Swan

(Norway – Director: Anne Sewitsky, Screenwriters: Mette Marit Bølstad, Andreas Markusson, Producers: Cornelia Boysen, Synnøve Hørsdal) — The simply legend of certainly a number of the world’s ideal athletes and the inventor of up to date resolve skating, who took Hollywood by storm in the 1930s, sacrificing the entirety to discontinuance in the highlight. Cast: Ine Marie Wilmann, Valene Kane, Eldar Skar, Anders Mordal, Pål Sverre Hagen, Aiden McArdle.

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seventy three/103 The Daylight hours Night

(Germany-Norway – Director: David Wnendt, Screenwriter: Rebecca Dinerstein, Producers: Michael Clark, Alex Turtletaub, Gabrielle Nadig, Fabian Gasmia, Ruben Thorkildsen, Jenny Slate) — Between Contemporary York Metropolis and the a long way north of Norway, an American painter and a Russian émigré procure every completely different in the Arctic circle. Together beneath a solar that never objects, they see a future and household that they didn’t know that they had. Cast: Jenny Slate, Zach Galifianakis, Alex Interesting, Gillian Anderson, Fridjov Sáheim, David Paymer.

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Seventy four/103 The Day after currently Man

(Director and screenwriter: Real Jones, Producers: Luke Rivett, Nicolaas Bertelsen, James Schamus, Tony Lipp) — Ed Hemsler spends his lifestyles making ready for a catastrophe that may perhaps perhaps possibly never attain. Ronnie Meisner spends her lifestyles browsing for things she may perhaps perhaps possibly never utilize. In a diminutive metropolis someplace in The US, these two contributors will strive to search out esteem while trying not to win misplaced in every completely different’s stuff. Cast: John Lithgow, Blythe Danner, Derek Cecil, Katie Aselton, Sophie Thatcher, Eve Harlow.

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75/103 Top Live Wedding

(Australia – Director: Wayne Blair, Screenwriters: Joshua Tyler, Miranda Tapsell, Producers: Rosemary Blight, Kylie du Fresne, Kate Croser) — Lauren and Ned are engaged, they are in esteem, and they delight in got simply ten days to search out Lauren’s mother who has long gone AWOL someplace in the a long way off a long way north of Australia, reunite her oldsters and pull off their dream wedding. Cast: Miranda Tapsell, Gwilym Lee, Kerry Fox, Huw Higginson, Ursula Yovich, Shari Sebbens.

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seventy six/103 Troupe Zero

(Director: Bert & Bertie, Screenwriter: Lucy Alibar, Producers: Todd Gloomy, Jason Blumenthal, Steve Tisch, Alex Siskin, Viola Davis) — In rural 1977 Georgia, a misfit girl dreams of lifestyles in outer home. When a national opponents provides her a chance at her dream, to be recorded on NASA’s Golden Story, she recruits a makeshift troupe of Birdie Scouts, forging friendships that last a lifetime and past. Cast: Viola Davis, McKenna Grace, Jim Gaffigan, Mike Epps, Charlie Shotwell, Allison Janney.

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seventy seven/103 Velvet Buzzsaw

(Director and screenwriter: Dan Gilroy, Producer: Jennifer Fox) — A thriller predicament in the up to date art world scene of Los Angeles, where sizable money artists and mega-collectors pay a excessive designate when art collides with commerce. Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, Toni Collette, Zawe Ashton, Tom Sturridge, Natalia Dyer, Billy Magnussen.

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seventy eight/103 Interrogate Dr Ruth

(Director: Ryan White, Producers: Rafael Marmor, Ryan White, Jessica Hargrave, Christopher Leggett ) — A documentary portrait chronicling the fabulous lifetime of Dr. Ruth Westheimer, a Holocaust survivor who became The US’s most famed intercourse therapist. As her Ninetieth birthday approaches, Dr. Ruth revisits her painful past and her profession at the forefront of the sexual revolution.

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seventy nine/103 Haltson

(Director and screenwriter: Frédéric Tcheng, Producers: Roland Ballester, Frédéric Tcheng, Stephanie Levy, Paul Dallas) — From Iowa to Studio Fifty four, this investigation into the rags-to-riches legend of The US’s first smartly-known particular person designer uncovers the cautionary legend of an artist who equipped his name to Wall Aspect road.

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eighty/103 Adore, Antosha

(Director: Garret Imprint, Producers: Adam Gibbs, Drake Doremus) — A portrait of the extraordinary lifestyles and profession of actor Anton Yelchin.

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81/103 Marianne & Leonard: Phrases of Adore

(Director: Slash Broomfield, Producers: Marc Hoeferlin, Shani Hinton, Kyle Gibbon) — A fable of placing up with esteem between Leonard Cohen and his Norwegian muse Marianne Ihlen. The film follows their relationship from the early days in Greece, a time of ‘free esteem’ and starting up marriage, to how their esteem stepped forward when Leonard became a a success musician.

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82/103 Merata: How Mum Decolonised The Show conceal conceal

(Contemporary Zealand – Director and screenwriter: Heperi MIta, Producer: Chelsea Winstanley) — An intimate portrayal of pioneering filmmaker Merata Mita, told by the eyes of her youth. The utilize of hours of archive photographs, some never sooner than considered, her youngest child discovers the filmmaker he never knew and shares with the world the mummy he misplaced.

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Eighty three/103 Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool

(U.S.-U.Okay. – Director: Stanley Nelson, Producers: Nicole London, Stanley Nelson) — A visionary, innovator, and originator who defied categorization and embodied the phrase chilly: a foray into the lifestyles and profession of musical and cultural icon Miles Davis.

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84/103 Lift Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins

(Director: Janice Engel, Screenwriters: Janice Engel, Monique Zavistovski , Producers: James Egan, Janice Engel, Carlisle Vandervoort) — Molly Ivins turned into once six toes of flame-haired Texas danger, a prescient political journalist, entirely-promoting author and Invoice of Rights warrior. She took no prisoners, leaving every aspect of the aisle laughing and craving more of her razor-spirited wit. It’s time to Lift Hell admire Molly!

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eighty five/103 The Expansive Hack

(Directors: Karim Amer, Jehane Noujaim, Screenwriters: Karim Amer, Erin Barnett, Pedro Kos, Producers: Karim Amer, Geralyn Dreyfous, Judy Korin) — Recordsdata, arguably the world’s most treasured asset, is being weaponized to wage cultural and political wars. The unlit world of data exploitation is uncovered by the unpredictable inner most journeys of avid gamers on completely different aspects of the explosive Cambridge Analytica/Fb data legend.

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86/103 The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley

(Director: Alex Gibney, Producers: Jessie Deeter, Erin Edeiken, Alex Gibney) — With a magical contemporary invention that promised to revolutionize blood trying out, Elizabeth Holmes became the world’s youngest self-made billionaire, heralded as the following Steve Jobs. Then, overnight, her $10-billion-greenback company dissolved. The rise and tumble of Theranos is a window into the psychology of fraud.

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87/103 Untouchable

(Director: Ursula Macfarlane, Producers: Simon Chinn, Jonathan Chinn, Poppy Dixon) — The inner legend of the upward thrust and tumble of Harvey Weinstein finds how, over many years, he acquires and protects his energy even as scandal threatens to engulf him. Ragged colleagues and accusers factor the system and consequences of his alleged abuse, hoping for justice and to inspire commerce.

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88/103 Phrases from a Fetch

(Director: Jeffrey Palmer, Producer: Jeffrey Palmer) — A visual hump into the tips and soul of Pulitzer Prize-honorable author Navarro Scott Momaday, touching on every written line to his peculiar Native American experience representing ancestry, set, and oral historic past.

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89/103 Greener Grass

(Directors and screenwriters: Jocelyn DeBoer, Ruin of day Luebbe, Producer: Natalie Metzger) — A deliciously twisted comedy predicament in a demented, timeless suburbia where every grownup wears braces on their straight enamel, couples coordinate meticulously pressed outfits, and coveted relatives are swapped in more ways than one in this opponents for acceptance. Cast: Jocelyn DeBoer, Ruin of day Luebbe, Beck Bennett, Neil Casey, Mary Holland, D’Arcy Carden.

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ninety/103 Shrimp Monsters

(Australia – Director and screenwriter: Abe Forsythe, Producers: Jodi Matterson, Bruna Papandrea, Steve Hutensky, Keith Calder, Jessica Calder) — A film dedicated to the total kindergarten lecturers who inspire youth to learn, instill them with self assurance and discontinuance them from being devoured by zombies. Cast: Lupita Nyong’o, Alexander England, Josh Gad.

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Ninety one/103 Memory – The Origins of Alien

(Director: Alexandre O. Philippe, Screenwriter: Alexandre O. Philippe, Producer: Kerry Deignan Roy) — The untold origin legend in the relieve of Ridley Scott’s Alien – rooted in Greek and Egyptian mythologies, underground comics, the art of Francis 1st 1st Baron Beaverbrook, and the unlit visions of Dan O’Bannon and H.R. Giger. A contemplation on the symbiotic collaborative strategy of moviemaking, the energy of delusion, and our collective unconscious.

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92/103 Mope

(Director: Lucas Heyne, Screenwriters: Lucas Heyne, Zack Newkirk, Producers: Kelly Hayes, Brian Cooper, Kern Saxton, Danny Roth) — Two ‘mopes’ – the lowest-level male performers in the porn industry – predicament their sights on an inconceivable dream: stardom. Cast: Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Kelly Sry, Brian Huskey, Max Adler, David Arquette, Tonya Cornelisse.

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ninety three/103 Sweetheart

(Director: JD Dillard, Screenwriters: JD Dillard, Alex Theurer, Alex Hyner, Producers: Jason Blum, JD Dillard, Alex Theurer, Alex Hyner, Invoice Karesh) — Jenn has washed ashore a diminutive tropical island and it doesn’t snatch her long to realise she’s entirely alone. She must employ her days not entirely surviving the parts, but must also fend off the malevolent pressure that comes out every night. Cast: Kiersey Clemons, Emory Cohen, Hanna Mangan Lawrence, Andrew Crawford.

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ninety four/103 The Gap in the Floor

(Ireland – Director: Lee Cronin, Screenwriters: Lee Cronin, Stephen Shields, Producers: John Keville, Conor Barry) — One night, Sarah’s younger son disappears into the woods in the relieve of their rural home. When he returns, he looks to be the identical, but his behavior grows more and more stressful. Soon, Sarah realizes that the boy who returned may perhaps perhaps possibly not be her son at all… Cast: Seána Kerslake, James Cosmo, Kati Outinen, Simone Kirby, Steve Wall, James Quinn Markey.

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ninety five/103 Anthropocene: The Human Epoch

(Canada – Directors: Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas de Pencier, Edward Burtynsky, Screenwriter: Jennifer Baichwal, Producer: Nicholas de Pencier) — From concrete seawalls in China that quilt 60% of the mainland trip to the ideal terrestrial machines ever constructed in Germany, to psychedelic potash mines in Russia’s Ural Mountains, to conservation sanctuaries in Kenya, the filmmakers delight in traversed the globe to doc the evidence and experience of human planetary domination.

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Ninety six/103 Birds of Passage

(Colombia –Directors: Cristina Gallego, Ciro Guerra, Screenwriters: Maria Camila Arias, Jacques Toulemonde, Producers: Katrin Pors, Cristina Gallego) — In Seventies Colombia, Rapayet is a man torn between the must be highly efficient and his accountability to uphold his culture’s values. His indigenous tribe, the Wayúu, ignores historic omens and enters the drug trafficking business — where honor is the ideal currency and debts are paid with blood. Cast: Carmina Martinez, Jose Acosta, Natalia Reyes.

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ninety seven/103 Maiden

(U.Okay. – Director and screenwriter: Alex Holmes, Producers: Victoria Gregory, Alex Holmes) — The fabulous, against-all-odds legend of sailor Tracy Edwards, who skippered the first all-female world crew in the 1989 Whitbread Round the World Yacht Mosey.

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98/103 The Perfect Shrimp Farm

(Director: John Chester, Screenwriters: Imprint Monroe, John Chester, Producers: Sandra Keats, John Chester) — Two dreamers and a dog embark on an odyssey to lift harmony to their lives and the land. As their conception to waste absolute best harmony takes a series of wild turns, they are going to must attain a much elevated working out of the intricacies and wisdom of nature, and lifestyles itself.

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ninety nine/103 The Mountain

(Director: Rick Alverson, Screenwriters: Rick Alverson, Colm O’Leary, Dustin Defa, Producers: Ryan Zacarias, Sara Murphy, Eddy Moretti, Alison Carter) — Fifties The US. Since his mother‘s confinement to an institution, Andy has lived in the shadow of his stoic father. A household acquaintance, Dr. Wallace Fiennes, employs the introverted younger man as a photographer to doc an asylum tour advocating for his more and more controversial lobotomy procedure. Cast: Jeff Goldblum, Tye Sheridan, Udo Kier, Denis Lavant, Hannah Unpleasant.

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100/103 The Nightingale

(Australia (Director and screenwriter: Jennifer Kent, Producers: Kristina Ceyton, Bruna Papandrea, Steve Hutenski, Jennifer Kent) — 1825. Clare, a younger Irish convictwoman, chases a British officer by the Tasmanian barren region, bent on revenge for a terrible act of violence he committed against her household. On the capability she enlists the companies of Aboriginal tracker Billy, who’s marked by trauma from his contain violence-crammed past. Cast: Aisling Franciosi, Sam Claflin, Baykali Ganambarr, Damon Herriman, Harry Greenwood, Ewen Leslie.

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101/103 Abe

Brazil – Director: Fernando Grostein Andrade, Screenwriters: Lameece Issaq, Jacob Kader, Producers: Carlos Eduardo Ciampolini, Noberto Pinheiro Jr., Caio Gullane, Fabiano Gullane) — The Israeli-Jewish aspect of his household calls him Avram. The Palestinian-Muslim aspect Ibrahim. His first-era American agnostic lawyer oldsters name him Abraham. But the 12-year-broken-down kid from Brooklyn who loves meals and cooking, prefers, successfully, Abe. Neutral correct Abe. Cast: Noah Schnapp, Seu Jorge Mário da Silva, Imprint Margolis, Dagmara Dominczyk, Arian Moayed, Tom Mardirosian.

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102/103 The Elephant Queen

(U.Okay.-Kenya – Directors: Victoria Stone, Imprint Deeble, Screenwriter: Imprint Deeble, Producers: Victoria Stone, Lucinda Englehart) — Athena is a mother who will operate the entirety in her energy to offer protection to her herd after they are compelled to depart their waterhole and embark on an myth hump across the African savannah in a legend of esteem, loss and coming home.

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103/103 The Witch Hunters

(Serbia-Macedonia – Director: Rasko Miljkovic, Screenwriters: Marko Manojlovic, Milos Kreckovic, Producer: Jovana Karaulic) — 10-year-broken-down Jovan is often escaping reality to immerse himself actual into a tale world. It all adjustments when he befriends his contemporary classmate Milica and the hump to hunt her ‘witch’ stepmother begins. Cast: Mihajlo Milavic, Silma Mahmuti.

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1/103 Expansive Time Formative years

(Director and screenwriter: Jason Orley, Producers: Jeremy Garelick, Mickey Liddell, Pete Shiliamon, Mason Novick, Will Phelps) — A suburban teen comes of age beneath the negative guidance of his entirely buddy, a charismatic college dropout. Cast: Pete Davidson, Griffin Gluck, Jon Cryer, Sydney Sweeney, Emily Arlook, Colson Baker.

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2/103 Clemency

(Director and screenwriter: Chinonye Chukwu, Producers: Bronwyn Cornelius, Julian Cautherley, Peter Wong, Timur Bekbosunov) — Years of accomplishing dying row executions delight in taken a toll on jail warden Bernadine Williams. As she prepares to discontinue but any other inmate, Bernadine must confront the psychological and emotional demons her job creates, in the slay connecting her to the particular person she is sanctioned to waste. Cast: Alfre Woodard, Aldis Hodge, Richard Schiff, Wendell Pierce, Richard Gunn, Danielle Brooks.

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3/103 Hala

(Director and screenwriter: Minhal Baig, Producers: Clarence Hammond, Jamal Watson, Minhal Baig) — Muslim teen Hala copes with the unraveling of her household as she comes into her contain. Cast: Geraldine Viswanathan, Jack Kilmer, Gabriel Luna, Purbi Joshi, Azad Khan, Anna Chlumsky.

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Four/103 Honey Boy

(Director: Alma Har’el, Screenwriter: Shia LaBeouf, Producers: Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, Daniela Taplin Lundberg, Anita Gou, Christopher Leggett, Alma Har’el) — A baby TV star and his ex-rodeo clown father face their stormy past by time and cinema. Cast: Shia LaBeouf, Lucas Hedges, Noah Jupe.

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5/103 Imaginary Issue

(Director and screenwriter: Debra Eisenstadt, Producers: Debra Eisenstadt, Cosmos Kiindarius) — The sexual, psychological and simply unraveling of an obsessive-compulsive suburban mom. Cast: Wendi McLendon-Covey, Christine Woods, Max Burkholder, Steve Shrimp, Catherine Curtin, Kate Alberts

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6/103 Luce

(Director: Julius Onah, Screenwriters: JC Lee, Julius Onah, Producers: John Baker, Julius Onah, Andrew Yang) — A married couple is compelled to reckon with their idealized describe of their son, adopted from war-torn Eritrea, after an alarming discovery by a devoted excessive college teacher threatens his set of residing as an all-star pupil. Cast: Naomi Watts, Octavia Spencer, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Tim Roth, Norbert Leo Butz.

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7/103 Ms Purple

(Director: Justin Chon, Screenwriters: Justin Chon, Chris Dinh, Producer: Alex Chi, Justin Chon) — Kasie, caught in LA’s Koreatown, works as a karaoke hostess getting paid for her companionship by drunken males. When her dad’s hospice nurse quits she reconnects with her estranged brother, Carey, forcing them to enter a duration of intense self-reflection as their single father who raised them nears dying. Cast: Tiffany Chu, Teddy Lee, Octavio Pizano, James Kang.

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Eight/103 Native Son

(Director: Rashid Johnson, Screenwriter: Suzan-Lori Parks, Producers: Matthew Perniciaro, Michael Sherman) — On this up to date reimagining of Richard Wright’s seminal novel, a younger African-American man named Greater Thomas takes a job working for a highly influential Chicago household, a decision that may perhaps commerce the direction of his lifestyles with no slay in sight. Cast: Ashton Sanders, Margaret Qualley, Slash Robinson, KiKi Layne, Invoice Camp, Sanaa Lathan.

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9/103 Portion

(Director and screenwriter: Pippa Bianco, Producers: Carly Hugo, Tyler Byrne, Matt Parker) — After discovering a stressful video from an night she doesn’t be conscious, sixteen-year-broken-down Mandy must strive to resolve out what befell and simple how to navigate the escalating fallout. Cast: Rhianne Barreto, Charlie Plummer, Poorna Jagannathan, J.C. MacKenzie, Slash Galitzine, Lovie Simone.

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10/103 The Sound of Silence

(Director: Michael Tyburski, Screenwriters: Ben Nabors, Michael Tyburski, Producers: Ben Nabors, Michael Prall, Tariq Merhab, Charlie Scully, Mandy Tagger Brockey, Adi Ezroni) — A a success “home tuner” in Contemporary York Metropolis, who calibrates the sound in contributors’s homes in relate to alter their moods, meets a shopper with a map he can’t solve. Cast: Peter Sarsgaard, Rashida Jones, Tony Revolori, Austin Pendleton.

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eleven/103 Them That Follow

(Directors and screenwriters: Britt Poulton, Dan Madison Savage, Producers: Bradley Gallo, Michael Helfant, Gerard Butler, Alan Siegel, Danielle Robinson) — Inner a snake-going by church deep in Appalachia, a forbidden relationship forces a pastor’s daughter to confront her neighborhood’s lethal tradition. Cast: Olivia Colman, Kaitlyn Dever, Alice Englert, Jim Gaffigan, Walton Goggins, Thomas Mann.

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12/103 To the Stars

(Director: Martha Stephens, Screenwriter: Shannon Bradley-Colleary, Producers: Kristin Mann, Laura D. Smith, Erik Rommesmo) — Below diminutive metropolis scrutiny, a withdrawn farmer’s daughter forges an intimate friendship with a worldly but reckless contemporary girl in Sixties Oklahoma. Cast: Kara Hayward, Liana Liberato, Jordana Spiro, Shea Whigham, Malin Akerman, Tony Hale.

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thirteen/103 Repeatedly in Season

(Director: Jacqueline Olive) — When 17-year-broken-down Lennon Lacy is discovered inserting from a swing predicament in rural North Carolina in 2014, his mother’s see justice and reconciliation begins as the trauma of more than a century of lynching African American citizens bleeds into the blow their private horns.

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14/103 American Factory

(Directors: Steven Bognar, Julia Reichert, Producers: Steven Bognar, Julia Reichert, Jeff Reichert, Julie Parker Benello) — In post-industrial Ohio, a Chinese billionaire opens a brand contemporary manufacturing facility in the husk of an deserted Long-established Motors plant, hiring two thousand blue-collar American citizens. Early days of hope and optimism give capability to setbacks as excessive-tech China clashes with working-class The US .

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15/103 Apollo eleven

(Director: Todd Douglas Miller, Producers: Todd Douglas Miller, Thomas Petersen, Evan Krauss) — A purely archival reconstruction of humanity’s first commute to but any other world, featuring never-sooner than-considered 70mm photographs and never-sooner than-heard audio from the mission.

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sixteen/103 Bedlam

(Director: Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, Producers: Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, Peter Miller) — A psychiatrist makes rounds in ERs, jails, and homeless camps to picture the intimate tales in the relieve of certainly a number of the ideal social crises of our time. A non-public and intense hump into the world of the seriously mentally ill.

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17/103 David Crosby: Bear in mind My Name

(Director: A.J. Eaton, Producers: Cameron Crowe, Michele Farinola, Greg Mariotti) — You belief you knew him. Meet David Crosby now in this portrait of a man with the entirety but an extraordinarily easy retirement on his tips. With unflinching honesty, self-examination, remorse, fright, exuberance and an unshakable perception in household and the transformative nature of song, Crosby shares his most often enthralling hump.

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18/103 Hail Satan

(Director: Penny Lane, Producer: Gabriel Sedgwick) — A see at the intersection of faith and activism, tracing the upward thrust of The Satanic Temple: entirely six years broken-down and already certainly one of basically the most controversial non secular actions in American historic past. The Temple is soliciting for a Satanic revolution to keep the nation’s soul. But are they for accurate?

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19/103 Jawline

(Director: Liza Mandelup, Producers: Bert Hamelinck, Sacha Ben Harroche, Hannah Reyer) — The film follows sixteen-year-broken-down Austyn Tester, a rising star in the stay-broadcast ecosystem who constructed his following on huge-eyed optimism and teen girl lust, as he tries to flee a ineffective-discontinue lifestyles in rural Tennessee.

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20/103 Knock Down the House

(Director: Rachel Lears, Producers: Sarah Olson, Robin Blotnick, Rachel Lears) — A younger bartender in the Bronx, a coal miner’s daughter in West Virginia, a grieving mother in Nevada and a registered nurse in Missouri build a movement of insurgent candidates enthralling highly efficient incumbents in Congress. Indubitably one of their races will change into basically the most frightful political upset in present American historic past. Cast: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

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21/103 Nighttime Household

(Mexico-U.S. – Director: Luke Lorentzen, Producers: Kellen Quinn, Daniela Alatorre, Elena Fortes) — In Mexico Metropolis’s wealthiest neighborhoods, the Ochoa household runs a non-public ambulance, competing with completely different for-income EMTs for patients trying pressing aid. As they fight to build a residing in this cutthroat industry, they strive against to aid their financial desires from compromising the contributors in their care.

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22/103 Mike Wallace is Right here

(Director: Avi Belkin, Producers: Rafael Marmor, John Battsek, Peggy Drexler, Avi Belkin, Christopher Leggett) — For over half a century, 60 Minutes’ fearsome newsman Mike Wallace went head-to-head with the world’s most influential figures. Relying exclusively on archival photographs, the film interrogates the interrogator, tracking Mike’s storied profession and alarmed inner most lifestyles while unpacking how broadcast journalism stepped forward to this present day’s precarious tipping point.

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23/103 Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements

(Director: Irene Taylor Brodsky, Producers: Irene Taylor Brodsky, Tahria Sheather) — A deeply inner most portrait of three lives, and the discoveries that lie past loss: a deaf boy rising up, his deaf grandfather rising broken-down, and Beethoven the year he turned into once blindsided by deafness and wrote his iconic sonata.

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24/103 One Shrimp one Nation

(China-U.S. – Directors: Nanfu Wang, Jialing Zhang, Producers: Nanfu Wang, Jialing Zhang, Julie Goldman, Christoph Jörg, Christopher Clements, Carolyn Hepburn) — After turning actual into a mother, a filmmaker uncovers the untold historic past of China’s one-child policy and the generations of contributors and youth with no slay in sight fashioned by this social experiment.

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25/103 Pahokee

(Directors: Ivete Lucas, Patrick Bresnan, Producers: Ivete Lucas, Patrick Bresnan, Maida Lynn) — In a diminutive agricultural metropolis in the Florida Everglades, hopes for the future are focused on the youth. Four teens face heartbreak and delight in an very just correct time in the rituals of an extraordinary senior year.

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26/103 Tigerland

(Director: Ross Kauffman, Producers: Fisher Stevens, Xan Parker, Zara Duffy) — 50 years previously, a younger wooded space officer in India rallied the world to keep tigers from extinction. As of late, the creed is carried on in Some distance East Russia by the guardians of the last Siberian tigers, who risk the entirety to keep the species.

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27/103 Untitled Fabulous Johnathan Documentary

(Director and screenwriter: Ben Berman, Producers: Miranda Bailey, Ben Berman, Russell Groves, Amanda Marshall, Jacob Perlin) — What begins as a documentary following the final tour of a dying magician — “The Fabulous Johnathan” — turns into an unexpected and more and more peculiar hump as the filmmaker struggles to separate truth from illusion. Cast: Johnathan Szeles.

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28/103 Where’s My Roy Cohn?

(Director: Matt Tyrnauer, Producers: Matt Tyrnauer , Corey Reeser, Marie Brenner, Andrea Lewis) — Roy Cohn personified the unlit arts of American politics, turning empty vessels into terrible demagogues – from Joseph McCarthy to his final project, Donald J. Trump. This thriller-admire exposé connects the dots, revealing how a deeply alarmed grasp manipulator fashioned our present American nightmare.

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29/103 Soiled God

(Netherlands-U.Okay.-Belgium-Ireland – Director: Sacha Polak, Screenwriters: Sacha Polak, Susanne Farrell, Producers: Marleen Slot, Michael Elliott) — Jade is a younger mother in the high of her lifestyles when an acid attack leaves her severely burned. While her face has been reconstructed, her beauty is misplaced beneath the scars. Descending a self-negative path with relationships crumbling, Jade must snatch drastic action to reclaim her lifestyles. Cast: Vicky Knight, Katherine Kelly, Eliza Brady-Girard, Rebecca Stone, Bluey Robinson, Dana Marienci. World Premiere

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30/103 Divine Adore

(Brazil-Uruguay-Denmark-Norway – Director: Gabriel Mascaro, Screenwriters: Gabriel Mascaro, Rachel Daisy Ellis, Esdras Bezerra, Producer: Rachel Daisy Ellis) — Brazil, 2027 . A deeply non secular girl uses her set in a notary’s set of business to intention her mission to keep struggling couples from divorce. While trying forward to a register recognition of her efforts, she’s confronted with a disaster in her contain marriage that in the slay brings her nearer to God. Cast: Dira Praes, Julio Machado, Emilio de Melo, Teca Pereira, Mariana Nunes, Thalita Carauta.

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31/103 Dolce Swish Giornata

(Poland – Director: Jacek Borcuch, Screenwriters: Jacek Borcuch, Szczepan Twardoch, Producer: Marta Habior) — In Tuscany, Maria’s stable household lifestyles begins to erode as her relationship with a younger immigrant develops against a backdrop of terrorism and eroding democracy. Cast: Krystyna Janda, Katarzyna Smutniak, Vincent Riotta, Antonio Catania, Lorenzo de Moor, Robin Renucci.

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32/103 Judy & Punch

(Australia – Director and screenwriter: Mirrah Foulkes, Producers: Michele Bennett, Nash Edgerton, Danny Gabai) — Within the anarchic metropolis of Seaside, nowhere terminate to the ocean, puppeteers Judy and Punch are looking out to resurrect their marionette blow their private horns. The blow their private horns is a success as a result of Judy’s precise puppeteering but Punch’s utilizing ambition and penchant for whisky result in a inevitable tragedy that Judy must avenge. Cast: Mia Wasikowska, Damon Herriman, Tom Inch, Benedict Hardie, Lucy Velik, Terry Norris.

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33/103 Koko-di Koko-da

(Sweden-Denmark – Director and screenwriter: Johannes Nyholm, Producer: Johannes Nyholm) — As a pair goes on a visit to search out their capability relieve to every completely different, a sideshow artist and his shady entourage emerge from the woods, terrorizing them, luring them deeper and deeper actual into a maelstrom of psychological terror and humiliating slapstick. Cast: Leif Edlund, Ylva Gallon, Peter Belli, Katarina Jacobson.

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34/103 The Closing Tree

(U.Okay. – Director and screenwriter: Shola Amoo, Producers: Lee Thomas, Myf Hopkins) — Femi is a British boy of Nigerian heritage who, after a ecstatic childhood in rural Lincolnshire, strikes to inner London to stay in conjunction with his mum. Battling the peculiar culture and values of his contemporary environment, teenage Femi has to resolve out which path to maturity he wants to snatch. Cast: Sam Adewunmi, Gbemisola Ikumelo, Tai Golding.

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35/103 Monos

(Colombia-Argentina-Netherlands-Germany-Sweden-Uruguay – Director: Alejandro Landes, Screenwriters: Alejandro Landes, Alexis Dos Santos, Producers: Alejandro Landes, Fernando Epstein, Santiago Zapata, Cristina Landes) — On a a long way off mountaintop, eight teens with guns perceive over a hostage and a conscripted milk cow. Cast: Julianne Nicholson, Moisés Arias, Sofia Buenaventura, Deibi Rueda, Karen Quintero, Laura Castrillón.

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36/103 Queen of Hearts

(Denmark – Director: Would possibly possibly perhaps perhaps simply el-Toukhy, Screenwriters: Maren Louise Käehne, Would possibly possibly perhaps perhaps simply el-Toukhy, Producers: Caroline Blanco, René Ezra) — A girl jeopardizes every her profession and her household when she seduces her teenage stepson and is compelled to build an irreversible choice with lethal consequences. Cast: Trine Dyrholm, Gustav Lindh, Magnus Krepper.

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37/103 The Sharks

(Uruguay-Argentina-Spain – Director and screenwriter: Lucía Garibaldi, Producers: Pancho Magnou Arnábal, Isabel García) — While a rumor about the presence of sharks in a diminutive sea trip metropolis distracts residents, 14-year-broken-down Rosina begins to feel an instinct to shorten the gap between her physique and Joselo’s. Cast: Romina Bentancur, Federico Morosini, Fabián Arenillas, Valeria Lois, Antonella Aquistapache.

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38/103 The Memento

(United Kingdom – Director and screenwriter: Joanna Hogg, Producers: Luke Schiller, Joanna Hogg) — A light film pupil begins finding her teach as an artist while navigating a turbulent courtship with a charismatic but untrustworthy man. She defies her defending mother and interested chums as she slips deeper and deeper into an intense, emotionally fraught relationship which comes dangerously terminate to destroying her dreams. Cast: Honor Swinton Byrne, Tom Burke, Tilda Swinton.

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39/103 Right here is No longer Berlin

(Mexico – Director: Hari Sama, Screenwriters: Rodrigo Ordóñez, Hari Sama, Max Zunino, Producers: Ale García, Antonio Urdapilleta, Hari Sama, Verónica Valadez P.) — 1986, Mexico Metropolis. Seventeen-year-broken-down Carlos doesn’t slot in wherever, not in his household nor with the chums he has chosen in college. But the entirety adjustments when he is invited to a mythical nightclub where he discovers the underground nightlife scene: punk, sexual liberty and medicine. Cast: Xabiani Ponce de León, José Antonio Toledano, Ximena Romo, Mauro Sánchez Navarro, Klaudia García, Marina de Tavira.

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Forty/103 We Are Shrimp Zombies

(Japan – Director and screenwriter: Makoto Nagahisa, Producers: Shinichi Takahashi, Tahei Tamanishi, Haruki Yokoyama, Haruhiko Hasegawa) — Their oldsters are ineffective. They must be sad, but they may be able to’t shout. So that they build a kick-ass band. Right here is the legend of Four thirteen-year-olds trying to procure their emotions. Cast: Keita Ninomiya, Satoshi Mizuno, Mondo Okumura, Sena Nakajima.

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forty one/103 Advocate

(Israel-Canada-Switzerland – Directors: Rachel Leah Jones, Philippe Bellaïche , Producers: Philippe Bellaïche , Rachel Leah Jones, Paul Cadieux, Joelle Bertossa) Lea Tsemel defends Palestinians: from feminists to fundamentalists, from non-violent demonstrators to armed militants. As a Jewish-Israeli lawyer who has represented political prisoners for almost 50 years, Tsemel, in her tireless quest for justice, pushes the praxis of a human rights defender to its limits.

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forty two/103 Cool Case Hammarskjold

(Denmark (Director: Mads Brügger, Producers: Peter Engel, Andreas Rocksén, Bjarte M. Tveit) — Danish director Mads Brügger and Swedish non-public investigator Creep̈ran Bjorkdahl are looking out to solve the mysterious dying of Dag Hammarskjold. As their investigation closes in, they see a crime a long way worse than killing the Secretary-Long-established of the United Countries.

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forty three/103 The Disappearance of My Mother

(Italy – Director and screenwriter: Beniamino Barrese, Producer: Filippo Macelloni) — An getting older trend model strives to flee the world of images and move for correct, but her son’s choice to build a final film about her sparks an unexpected collaboration and incompatibility with the camera’s search.

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forty four/103 Gaza

(Ireland – Directors: Garry Keane, Andrew McConnell, Producers: Brendan J. Byrne, Garry Keane, Andrew McConnell, Paul Cadieux) — Gaza brings us actual into a particular set past the attain of television news stories to present an world prosperous with eloquent and resilient characters, offering us a cinematic and enriching portrait of a contributors trying to guide meaningful lives against the rubble of perennial struggle.

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forty five/103 Honeyland

(Macedonia – Directors: Ljubomir Stefanov, Tamara Kotevska, Producer: Atanas Georgiev) — When nomadic beekeepers atomize Honeyland’s frequent rule (snatch half of the honey, but plod away half to the bees), the last female beehunter in Europe must keep the bees and restore pure stability.

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Forty six/103 Lapü

(Colombia – Directors: Juan Pablo Polanco, César Alejandro Jaimes, Screenwriters: Juan Pablo Polanco, César Alejandro Jaimes, María Canela Reyes, Producer: Julián David Quintero) — Within the guts of the Guajira Barren predicament, Doris, a younger Wayuu girl, exhumes her cousin’s stays in relate to fulfill her for the last time. Thru a sensory hump this ritual leads her to confront dying and mix the world of the dreams with the world of the residing. Cast: Doris González Jusayú, Carmen González Jusayú.

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Forty seven/103 The Magic Lifetime of V

(Finland-Denmark-Bulgaria – Director: Tonislav Hristov, Screenwriters: Tonislav Hristov, Kaarle Aho, Producers: Kaarle Aho, Kai Nordberg) — Haunted by childhood traumas, Veera is trying to alter into more neutral by stay roleplaying. As she guides herself and her mentally-challenged brother by worlds of a pair of roles and identities, witches and wizards, she finds the braveness to face the demons of her contain past and her abusive father’s legacy.

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48/103 Nighttime Traveler

(U.S.-Qatar-U.Okay.-Canada – Director: Hassan Fazili, Screenwriter: Emelie Mahdavian, Producers: Emelie Mahdavian, Su Kim) — When the Taliban puts a bounty on Afghan director Hassan Fazili’s head, he is compelled to flit in conjunction with his wife and two younger daughters. Taking pictures their unsure hump, Fazili reveals firsthand the dangers facing refugees trying for asylum and the esteem shared between a household on the scurry.

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forty nine/103 Sea of Shadows

(Austria – Director: Richard Ladkani, Producers: Walter Koehler, Wolfgang Knoepfler) —The vaquita, the world’s smallest whale, is terminate to extinction as its habitat is destroyed by Mexican cartels and Chinese mafia, who harvest the swim bladder of the totoaba fish, the “cocaine of the ocean.” Environmental activists, Mexican navy and undercover investigators are struggling with relieve in distinction unlawful multimillion-greenback business.

Courtesy of Sundance Institute/photograph by Richard Ladkani

50/103 Taking pictures the Mafia

(Ireland – Director: Kim Longinotto, Producer: Niamh Fagan) — Sicilian Letizia Battaglia started a lifelong strive against with the Mafia when she first pointed her camera at a brutally slain victim. Documenting the Cosa Nostra’s barbaric rule, she bore unflinching belief to their crimes. Her photos, art, and bravery helped to lift an discontinue to a frightful reign of slaughter.

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fifty one/103 Stieg Larsson – The Man Who Conducted With Fire

(Sweden – Director and screenwriter: Henrik Georgsson, Producers: Mattias Nohrborg, Fredrik Heinig) — A documentary about the Millennium-trilogy author Stieg Larsson and his pioneering work of struggling with dazzling wing extremists and neo-Nazis, an obsession with lethal consequences.

Courtesy of Sundance Institute/photograph by Per Jarl

52/103 Untitled Brazil Documentary

(Brazil – Director and screenwriter: Petra Costa, Producers: Joanna Natasegara, Shane Boris, Tiago Pavan) — A cautionary legend for these instances of democracy in disaster – the inner most and political fuse to discover certainly one of basically the most dramatic durations in Brazilian historic past. With extraordinary entry to Presidents Dilma Rousseff and Lula da Silva, we belief their rise and tumble and the tragically polarized nation that stays.

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fifty three/103 Adam

(Director: Rhys Ernst, Screenwriter: Ariel Schrag, Producers: Howard Gertler, James Schamus) — Awkward teen Adam arrives to employ his final excessive college summer season in conjunction with his older sister, who has thrown herself into Contemporary York Metropolis’s lesbian and trans activist scene. Over the summer season, Adam and these around him experience esteem, friendship, and attendant laborious truths in this coming-of-age comedy. Cast: Nicholas Alexander, India Menuez, Leo Sheng, Chloe Levine, Margaret Qualley.

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Fifty four/103 The Death of Dick Long

(Director: Daniel Scheinert, Screenwriter: Billy Bite, Producers: Jonathan Wang, Daniel Scheinert) — Dick died last night, and Zeke and Earl don’t pick on anybody finding out how. That’s too terrible though, trigger news travels swiftly in diminutive-metropolis Alabama. Cast: Michael Abbott Jr., Virginia Newcomb, Andre Hyland, Sarah Baker, Jess Weixler.

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fifty five/103 Give Me Liberty

(Director: Kirill Mikhanovsky, Screenwriters: Alice Austen, Kirill Mikhanovsky, Producers: Alice Austen, George Mosey, Walter S. Hall, Michael Manasseri, Sergey Shtern, Val Abel) — When a riot breaks out in Milwaukee, The US’s most segregated metropolis, clinical transport driver Vic is torn between his promise to win a neighborhood of aged Russians to a funeral and his desire to aid Tracy, a younger dim girl with ALS. Cast: Lauren “Lolo” Spencer, Chris Galust, Maksim Stoyanov, Darya Ekamasova.

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56/103 The Infiltrators

(Directors: Alex Rivera, Cristina Ibarra, Screenwriters: Alex Rivera, Aldo Velasco, Producers: Cristina Ibarra, Alex Rivera, Darren Dean) — A rag-save neighborhood of undocumented youth – Dreamers – deliberately win detained by Border Patrol in relate to infiltrate a dark, for-income jail. Cast: Maynor Alvarado, Manuel Uriza, Chelsea Rendon, Juan Gabriel Pareja, Vik Sahay.

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fifty seven/103 Gentle from Gentle

(Director and screenwriter: Paul Harrill, Producers: James M. Johnston, Kelly Williams, Toby Halbrooks, Elisabeth Moss, Tim Headington, Theresa Net page) — Shelia, a single mom and sometime paranormal investigator, is enlisted to evaluate a in all probability “haunting” at a widower’s farmhouse in East Tennessee. Cast: Marin Ireland, Jim Gaffigan, Josh Wiggins, Atheena Frizzell, David Cale.

Courtesy of Sundance Institute/photograph by Greta Zozula

58/103 Paradise Hills

(Spain-U.S. – Director: Alice Waddington, Screenwriters: Nacho Vigalondo, Brian DeLeeuw, Producers: Adrian Guerra, Núria Valls) — A younger girl is shipped to Paradise Hills to be reformed, entirely to learn that the excessive-class facility’s beautiful facade hides a infamous secret. Cast: Emma Roberts, Danielle Macdonald, Awkwafina, Eiza González, Milla Jovovich, Jeremy Irvine.

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fifty nine/103 Untimely

(Director: Rashaad Ernesto Inexperienced, Screenwriters: Rashaad Ernesto Inexperienced, Zora Howard, Producers: Joy Ganes, Rashaad Ernesto Inexperienced, Darren Dean) — The summer season sooner than she leaves for varsity, Ayanna meets dazzling and mysterious outsider Isaiah; her complete world is turned the other intention up as she navigates the anxious terrain of younger esteem against a changing Harlem panorama. Cast: Zora Howard, Joshua Boone, Michelle Wilson, Alexis Marie Wint, Imani Lewis, Tashiana Washington.

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60/103 Selah and the Spades

(Director and screenwriter: Tayarisha Poe, Producers: Lauren McBride, Lucas Joaquin, Drew Houpt, Tayarisha Poe, Jill Ahrens) — 5 factions scurry the underground lifetime of the favorite Haldwell boarding college. On the pinnacle of basically the most highly efficient faction – The Spades – sits Selah Summers. By turns charming and callous, she chooses whom to aid terminate and whom to separate from, walking the truthful line between being feared and most smartly-liked. Cast: Lovie Simone, Celeste O’Connor, Jharrel Jerome, Gina Torres, Jesse Williams.

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Sixty one/103 Sister Aimee

(Directors and screenwriters: Samantha Buck, Marie Schlingmann, Producers: Bettina Barrow, David Hartstein, Katherine Harper) — In 1926 The US’s most famed evangelist is a lady. And she or he’s trying to procure how out. Fed up with her contain success, she gets swept up in her lover’s daydreams about Mexico and finds herself on a wild road commute towards the border. Fixed with simply events. Mostly made up. Cast: Anna Margaret Hollyman, Michael Mosley, Andrea Suarez Paz, Julie White, Macon Blair, Amy Hargreaves.

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62/103 After the Wedding

(Director and screenwriter: Bart Freundlich, Producers: Joel B. Michaels, Harry Finkel) — Making an try for funds for her orphanage in India, Isabelle travels to Contemporary York to fulfill Theresa, a prosperous benefactor. An invitation to relieve a wedding ignites a series of events whereby the past collides with the blow their private horns while mysteries unravel. Fixed with the Academy Award-nominated film by Susanne Bier. Cast: Julianne Moore, Michelle Williams, Billy Crudup, Abby Quinn.

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Sixty three/103 Animals

(U.Okay.-Ireland-Australia – Director: Sophie Hyde, Screenwriter: Emma Jane Unsworth, Producers: Sarah Brocklehurst, Rebecca Summerton, Cormac Fox, Sophie Hyde) — After a decade of partying, Laura and Tyler’s friendship is strained by Laura’s contemporary esteem and her point of curiosity on her novel. A snapshot of a original girl with competing desires, actual now a event of female friendship and an examination of the picks we build when facing a crossroads. Cast: Holliday Grainger, Alia Shawkat.

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Sixty four/103 Blinded by the Gentle

(U.Okay. – Director: Gurinder Chadha, Screenwriters: Sarfraz Manzoor, Gurinder Chadha, Paul Mayeda Berges, Producers: Gurinder Chadha, Jane Barclay, Jamal Daniel) — In 1987 throughout the austere days of Thatcher’s Britain, a teen learns to stay lifestyles, perceive his household and procure his contain teach by the song of Bruce Springsteen. Cast: Viveik Kalra, Hayley Atwell, Take Brydon, Kulvinder Ghir, Nell Williams, Aaron Phagura.

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sixty 5/103 The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind

(United Kingdom – Director and screenwriter: Chiwetel Ejiofor, Producers: Andrea Calderwood, Gail Egan) — Against the total odds, a thirteen year broken-down boy in Malawi invents an unconventional capability to keep his household and village from famine. Fixed with the simply legend of William Kamkwamba. Cast: Chiwetel Ejiofor, Maxwell Simba, Lily Banda, Noma Dumezweni, Aissa Maiga, Joseph Marcell.

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66/103 Extraordinarily Execrable, Shockingly Sinister and Vile

(Director: Joe Berlinger, Screenwriter: Michael Werwie, Producers: Michael Costigan, Nicolas Chartier, Ara Keshishian, Michael Simkin) — A fable of the crimes of Ted Bundy from the viewpoint of Liz, his longtime girlfriend, who refused to take into accout the reality about him for years. Cast: Zac Efron, Lily Collins, Haley Joel Osment, Kaya Scodelario, John Malkovich, Jim Parsons.

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Sixty seven/103 I’m Mother

(Australia – Director: Grant Sputore, Screenwriter: Michael Lloyd Inexperienced, Producers: Timothy White, Kelvin Munro) — Within the wake of humanity’s extinction, a teenage girl is raised by a robot designed to repopulate the earth. But their peculiar bond is threatened when an inexplicable stranger arrives with alarming news. Cast: Clara Rugaard, Rose Byrne, Hilary Swank.

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sixty eight/103 Late Night

(Director: Nisha Ganatra, Screenwriter: Mindy Kaling, Producers: Ben Browning, Howard Klein, Jillian Apfelbaum, Mindy Kaling) — Legendary gradual-night talk about blow their private horns host’s world is turned the other intention up when she hires her entirely female team creator. First and necessary supposed to delicate over vary concerns, her choice has hilarious consequences as the 2 ladies folks separated by culture and era are united by their esteem of a biting punchline. Cast: Emma Thompson, Mindy Kaling, John Lithgow, Paul Walter Hauser, Reid Scott, Amy Ryan.

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69/103 Photo

(India – Director and screenwriter: Ritesh Batra, Producers: Neil Kopp, Vincent Savino, Anish Savjani) — Two lives intersect in Mumbai and plod along collectively. A struggling aspect road photographer, compelled to marry by his grandmother, convinces a apprehensive stranger to pose as his fiancée. The pair develops a connection that transforms them in ways that they may perhaps perhaps possibly not demand. Cast: Nawazuddin Siddiqi, Sanya Malhotra.

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70/103 Relive

(Director: Jacob Estes, Screenwriters: Jacob Estes, Drew Daywalt, Producers: Jason Blum, Bobby Cohen) — After a man’s household dies in what looks to be to be a waste, he gets a phone name from certainly a number of the ineffective, his niece. He’s not obvious if she’s a ghost or if he’s going mad — but because it turns out, he’s not. As an various, her calls aid him rewrite historic past. Cast: David Oyelowo, Storm Reid, Mykelti Williamson, Alfred Molina, Brian Tyree Henry.

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Seventy one/103 The Story

(Director and screenwriter: Scott Z. Burns, Producers: Steven Soderbergh, Jennifer Fox, Scott Z. Burns, Danny Gabai, Eddy Moretti ) — The legend of Daniel Jones, lead investigator for the US Senate’s sweeping gaze into the CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program, which turned into once discovered to be brutal, imperfect and ineffective. With the reality at stake, Jones battled tirelessly to build public what many in energy sought to aid hidden. Cast: Adam Driver, Annette Bening, Jon Hamm, Ted Levine, Maura Tierney, Michael C. Hall.

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seventy two/103 Sonja – The White Swan

(Norway – Director: Anne Sewitsky, Screenwriters: Mette Marit Bølstad, Andreas Markusson, Producers: Cornelia Boysen, Synnøve Hørsdal) — The simply legend of certainly a number of the world’s ideal athletes and the inventor of up to date resolve skating, who took Hollywood by storm in the 1930s, sacrificing the entirety to discontinuance in the highlight. Cast: Ine Marie Wilmann, Valene Kane, Eldar Skar, Anders Mordal, Pål Sverre Hagen, Aiden McArdle.

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seventy three/103 The Daylight hours Night

(Germany-Norway – Director: David Wnendt, Screenwriter: Rebecca Dinerstein, Producers: Michael Clark, Alex Turtletaub, Gabrielle Nadig, Fabian Gasmia, Ruben Thorkildsen, Jenny Slate) — Between Contemporary York Metropolis and the a long way north of Norway, an American painter and a Russian émigré procure every completely different in the Arctic circle. Together beneath a solar that never objects, they see a future and household that they didn’t know that they had. Cast: Jenny Slate, Zach Galifianakis, Alex Interesting, Gillian Anderson, Fridjov Sáheim, David Paymer.

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Seventy four/103 The Day after currently Man

(Director and screenwriter: Real Jones, Producers: Luke Rivett, Nicolaas Bertelsen, James Schamus, Tony Lipp) — Ed Hemsler spends his lifestyles making ready for a catastrophe that may perhaps perhaps possibly never attain. Ronnie Meisner spends her lifestyles browsing for things she may perhaps perhaps possibly never utilize. In a diminutive metropolis someplace in The US, these two contributors will strive to search out esteem while trying not to win misplaced in every completely different’s stuff. Cast: John Lithgow, Blythe Danner, Derek Cecil, Katie Aselton, Sophie Thatcher, Eve Harlow.

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75/103 Top Live Wedding

(Australia – Director: Wayne Blair, Screenwriters: Joshua Tyler, Miranda Tapsell, Producers: Rosemary Blight, Kylie du Fresne, Kate Croser) — Lauren and Ned are engaged, they are in esteem, and they delight in got simply ten days to search out Lauren’s mother who has long gone AWOL someplace in the a long way off a long way north of Australia, reunite her oldsters and pull off their dream wedding. Cast: Miranda Tapsell, Gwilym Lee, Kerry Fox, Huw Higginson, Ursula Yovich, Shari Sebbens.

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seventy six/103 Troupe Zero

(Director: Bert & Bertie, Screenwriter: Lucy Alibar, Producers: Todd Gloomy, Jason Blumenthal, Steve Tisch, Alex Siskin, Viola Davis) — In rural 1977 Georgia, a misfit girl dreams of lifestyles in outer home. When a national opponents provides her a chance at her dream, to be recorded on NASA’s Golden Story, she recruits a makeshift troupe of Birdie Scouts, forging friendships that last a lifetime and past. Cast: Viola Davis, McKenna Grace, Jim Gaffigan, Mike Epps, Charlie Shotwell, Allison Janney.

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seventy seven/103 Velvet Buzzsaw

(Director and screenwriter: Dan Gilroy, Producer: Jennifer Fox) — A thriller predicament in the up to date art world scene of Los Angeles, where sizable money artists and mega-collectors pay a excessive designate when art collides with commerce. Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, Toni Collette, Zawe Ashton, Tom Sturridge, Natalia Dyer, Billy Magnussen.

Courtesy of Sundance Institute/photograph by Claudette Barius

seventy eight/103 Interrogate Dr Ruth

(Director: Ryan White, Producers: Rafael Marmor, Ryan White, Jessica Hargrave, Christopher Leggett ) — A documentary portrait chronicling the fabulous lifetime of Dr. Ruth Westheimer, a Holocaust survivor who became The US’s most famed intercourse therapist. As her Ninetieth birthday approaches, Dr. Ruth revisits her painful past and her profession at the forefront of the sexual revolution.

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seventy nine/103 Haltson

(Director and screenwriter: Frédéric Tcheng, Producers: Roland Ballester, Frédéric Tcheng, Stephanie Levy, Paul Dallas) — From Iowa to Studio Fifty four, this investigation into the rags-to-riches legend of The US’s first smartly-known particular person designer uncovers the cautionary legend of an artist who equipped his name to Wall Aspect road.

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eighty/103 Adore, Antosha

(Director: Garret Imprint, Producers: Adam Gibbs, Drake Doremus) — A portrait of the extraordinary lifestyles and profession of actor Anton Yelchin.

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81/103 Marianne & Leonard: Phrases of Adore

(Director: Slash Broomfield, Producers: Marc Hoeferlin, Shani Hinton, Kyle Gibbon) — A fable of placing up with esteem between Leonard Cohen and his Norwegian muse Marianne Ihlen. The film follows their relationship from the early days in Greece, a time of ‘free esteem’ and starting up marriage, to how their esteem stepped forward when Leonard became a a success musician.

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82/103 Merata: How Mum Decolonised The Show conceal conceal

(Contemporary Zealand – Director and screenwriter: Heperi MIta, Producer: Chelsea Winstanley) — An intimate portrayal of pioneering filmmaker Merata Mita, told by the eyes of her youth. The utilize of hours of archive photographs, some never sooner than considered, her youngest child discovers the filmmaker he never knew and shares with the world the mummy he misplaced.

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Eighty three/103 Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool

(U.S.-U.Okay. – Director: Stanley Nelson, Producers: Nicole London, Stanley Nelson) — A visionary, innovator, and originator who defied categorization and embodied the phrase chilly: a foray into the lifestyles and profession of musical and cultural icon Miles Davis.

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84/103 Lift Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins

(Director: Janice Engel, Screenwriters: Janice Engel, Monique Zavistovski , Producers: James Egan, Janice Engel, Carlisle Vandervoort) — Molly Ivins turned into once six toes of flame-haired Texas danger, a prescient political journalist, entirely-promoting author and Invoice of Rights warrior. She took no prisoners, leaving every aspect of the aisle laughing and craving more of her razor-spirited wit. It’s time to Lift Hell admire Molly!

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eighty five/103 The Expansive Hack

(Directors: Karim Amer, Jehane Noujaim, Screenwriters: Karim Amer, Erin Barnett, Pedro Kos, Producers: Karim Amer, Geralyn Dreyfous, Judy Korin) — Recordsdata, arguably the world’s most treasured asset, is being weaponized to wage cultural and political wars. The unlit world of data exploitation is uncovered by the unpredictable inner most journeys of avid gamers on completely different aspects of the explosive Cambridge Analytica/Fb data legend.

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86/103 The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley

(Director: Alex Gibney, Producers: Jessie Deeter, Erin Edeiken, Alex Gibney) — With a magical contemporary invention that promised to revolutionize blood trying out, Elizabeth Holmes became the world’s youngest self-made billionaire, heralded as the following Steve Jobs. Then, overnight, her $10-billion-greenback company dissolved. The rise and tumble of Theranos is a window into the psychology of fraud.

Courtesy of Sundance Institute/photograph by Drew Kelly

87/103 Untouchable

(Director: Ursula Macfarlane, Producers: Simon Chinn, Jonathan Chinn, Poppy Dixon) — The inner legend of the upward thrust and tumble of Harvey Weinstein finds how, over many years, he acquires and protects his energy even as scandal threatens to engulf him. Ragged colleagues and accusers factor the system and consequences of his alleged abuse, hoping for justice and to inspire commerce.

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88/103 Phrases from a Fetch

(Director: Jeffrey Palmer, Producer: Jeffrey Palmer) — A visual hump into the tips and soul of Pulitzer Prize-honorable author Navarro Scott Momaday, touching on every written line to his peculiar Native American experience representing ancestry, set, and oral historic past.

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89/103 Greener Grass

(Directors and screenwriters: Jocelyn DeBoer, Ruin of day Luebbe, Producer: Natalie Metzger) — A deliciously twisted comedy predicament in a demented, timeless suburbia where every grownup wears braces on their straight enamel, couples coordinate meticulously pressed outfits, and coveted relatives are swapped in more ways than one in this opponents for acceptance. Cast: Jocelyn DeBoer, Ruin of day Luebbe, Beck Bennett, Neil Casey, Mary Holland, D’Arcy Carden.

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ninety/103 Shrimp Monsters

(Australia – Director and screenwriter: Abe Forsythe, Producers: Jodi Matterson, Bruna Papandrea, Steve Hutensky, Keith Calder, Jessica Calder) — A film dedicated to the total kindergarten lecturers who inspire youth to learn, instill them with self assurance and discontinuance them from being devoured by zombies. Cast: Lupita Nyong’o, Alexander England, Josh Gad.

Courtesy of Sundance Institute/photograph by Ben King

Ninety one/103 Memory – The Origins of Alien

(Director: Alexandre O. Philippe, Screenwriter: Alexandre O. Philippe, Producer: Kerry Deignan Roy) — The untold origin legend in the relieve of Ridley Scott’s Alien – rooted in Greek and Egyptian mythologies, underground comics, the art of Francis 1st 1st Baron Beaverbrook, and the unlit visions of Dan O’Bannon and H.R. Giger. A contemplation on the symbiotic collaborative strategy of moviemaking, the energy of delusion, and our collective unconscious.

Courtesy of Sundance Institute/photograph by Dan OBannon

92/103 Mope

(Director: Lucas Heyne, Screenwriters: Lucas Heyne, Zack Newkirk, Producers: Kelly Hayes, Brian Cooper, Kern Saxton, Danny Roth) — Two ‘mopes’ – the lowest-level male performers in the porn industry – predicament their sights on an inconceivable dream: stardom. Cast: Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Kelly Sry, Brian Huskey, Max Adler, David Arquette, Tonya Cornelisse.

Courtesy of Sundance Institute/photograph by Kern Saxton

ninety three/103 Sweetheart

(Director: JD Dillard, Screenwriters: JD Dillard, Alex Theurer, Alex Hyner, Producers: Jason Blum, JD Dillard, Alex Theurer, Alex Hyner, Invoice Karesh) — Jenn has washed ashore a diminutive tropical island and it doesn’t snatch her long to realise she’s entirely alone. She must employ her days not entirely surviving the parts, but must also fend off the malevolent pressure that comes out every night. Cast: Kiersey Clemons, Emory Cohen, Hanna Mangan Lawrence, Andrew Crawford.

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ninety four/103 The Gap in the Floor

(Ireland – Director: Lee Cronin, Screenwriters: Lee Cronin, Stephen Shields, Producers: John Keville, Conor Barry) — One night, Sarah’s younger son disappears into the woods in the relieve of their rural home. When he returns, he looks to be the identical, but his behavior grows more and more stressful. Soon, Sarah realizes that the boy who returned may perhaps perhaps possibly not be her son at all… Cast: Seána Kerslake, James Cosmo, Kati Outinen, Simone Kirby, Steve Wall, James Quinn Markey.

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ninety five/103 Anthropocene: The Human Epoch

(Canada – Directors: Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas de Pencier, Edward Burtynsky, Screenwriter: Jennifer Baichwal, Producer: Nicholas de Pencier) — From concrete seawalls in China that quilt 60% of the mainland trip to the ideal terrestrial machines ever constructed in Germany, to psychedelic potash mines in Russia’s Ural Mountains, to conservation sanctuaries in Kenya, the filmmakers delight in traversed the globe to doc the evidence and experience of human planetary domination.

Courtesy of Sundance Institute/photograph by Edward Burtynsky.

Ninety six/103 Birds of Passage

(Colombia –Directors: Cristina Gallego, Ciro Guerra, Screenwriters: Maria Camila Arias, Jacques Toulemonde, Producers: Katrin Pors, Cristina Gallego) — In Seventies Colombia, Rapayet is a man torn between the must be highly efficient and his accountability to uphold his culture’s values. His indigenous tribe, the Wayúu, ignores historic omens and enters the drug trafficking business — where honor is the ideal currency and debts are paid with blood. Cast: Carmina Martinez, Jose Acosta, Natalia Reyes.

Courtesy of Sundance Institute/photograph by Mateo Contreras.

ninety seven/103 Maiden

(U.Okay. – Director and screenwriter: Alex Holmes, Producers: Victoria Gregory, Alex Holmes) — The fabulous, against-all-odds legend of sailor Tracy Edwards, who skippered the first all-female world crew in the 1989 Whitbread Round the World Yacht Mosey.

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98/103 The Perfect Shrimp Farm

(Director: John Chester, Screenwriters: Imprint Monroe, John Chester, Producers: Sandra Keats, John Chester) — Two dreamers and a dog embark on an odyssey to lift harmony to their lives and the land. As their conception to waste absolute best harmony takes a series of wild turns, they are going to must attain a much elevated working out of the intricacies and wisdom of nature, and lifestyles itself.

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ninety nine/103 The Mountain

(Director: Rick Alverson, Screenwriters: Rick Alverson, Colm O’Leary, Dustin Defa, Producers: Ryan Zacarias, Sara Murphy, Eddy Moretti, Alison Carter) — Fifties The US. Since his mother‘s confinement to an institution, Andy has lived in the shadow of his stoic father. A household acquaintance, Dr. Wallace Fiennes, employs the introverted younger man as a photographer to doc an asylum tour advocating for his more and more controversial lobotomy procedure. Cast: Jeff Goldblum, Tye Sheridan, Udo Kier, Denis Lavant, Hannah Unpleasant.

Courtesy of Sundance Institute/photograph by Lorenzo Hagerman

100/103 The Nightingale

(Australia (Director and screenwriter: Jennifer Kent, Producers: Kristina Ceyton, Bruna Papandrea, Steve Hutenski, Jennifer Kent) — 1825. Clare, a younger Irish convictwoman, chases a British officer by the Tasmanian barren region, bent on revenge for a terrible act of violence he committed against her household. On the capability she enlists the companies of Aboriginal tracker Billy, who’s marked by trauma from his contain violence-crammed past. Cast: Aisling Franciosi, Sam Claflin, Baykali Ganambarr, Damon Herriman, Harry Greenwood, Ewen Leslie.

Courtesy of Sundance Institute/photograph by Kasia Ladczuk.

101/103 Abe

Brazil – Director: Fernando Grostein Andrade, Screenwriters: Lameece Issaq, Jacob Kader, Producers: Carlos Eduardo Ciampolini, Noberto Pinheiro Jr., Caio Gullane, Fabiano Gullane) — The Israeli-Jewish aspect of his household calls him Avram. The Palestinian-Muslim aspect Ibrahim. His first-era American agnostic lawyer oldsters name him Abraham. But the 12-year-broken-down kid from Brooklyn who loves meals and cooking, prefers, successfully, Abe. Neutral correct Abe. Cast: Noah Schnapp, Seu Jorge Mário da Silva, Imprint Margolis, Dagmara Dominczyk, Arian Moayed, Tom Mardirosian.

Courtesy of Sundance Institute/photograph by Alex Korolkovas.

102/103 The Elephant Queen

(U.Okay.-Kenya – Directors: Victoria Stone, Imprint Deeble, Screenwriter: Imprint Deeble, Producers: Victoria Stone, Lucinda Englehart) — Athena is a mother who will operate the entirety in her energy to offer protection to her herd after they are compelled to depart their waterhole and embark on an myth hump across the African savannah in a legend of esteem, loss and coming home.

Courtesy of Sundance Institute/photograph by Janna Deeble.

103/103 The Witch Hunters

(Serbia-Macedonia – Director: Rasko Miljkovic, Screenwriters: Marko Manojlovic, Milos Kreckovic, Producer: Jovana Karaulic) — 10-year-broken-down Jovan is often escaping reality to immerse himself actual into a tale world. It all adjustments when he befriends his contemporary classmate Milica and the hump to hunt her ‘witch’ stepmother begins. Cast: Mihajlo Milavic, Silma Mahmuti.

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