Award-winning screenwriter and Tony-nominated playwright McPherson crafts an exquisite atmospheric drama about a widower (Ciarán Hinds, Munich) who sees and hears strange things in his house. His life converges with a beautiful author of supernatural fiction (Iben Hjejle, High Fidelity) and a full-of-himself pop novelist (Aidan Quinn) at an international literary festival that will alter their lives in surprising ways. | Read MoreDrama
From the mind of Irvine Welsh (Trainspotting) comes a pulse-pounding thriller set against the backdrop of Scotland's drug-fueled dance scene as one man tries to cut ties and kick old habits for the woman he loves. | Read More
One-time art star Lars Olafssen is all washed up. Unable to paint without inspiration, he accepts a teaching stint at a small-time art school in podunk Koda Lake, Canada, and along with it the guardianship of the offbeat town's neighborhood weirdo, Eddie. As their unlikely friendship evolves, Lars uncovers a dark and violent secret about Eddie's nocturnal impulses, and finds himself torn between his duty to his friend and his duty to his art. | Read MoreHorror and Comedy
In this charming culinary comedy, Gregor is a distinguished chef who specializes in aphrodisiac dishes but can't seem to work his sensual magic on women. When the portly chef meets the delectable but married Eve, he gets a taste of true love. But can their shared gastronomical passions turn into something more substantial? | Read MoreDrama
Winner, Best Actress Award (Eileen Walsh). Taking a frank look at the slow disintegration of a marriage during the week before a couple's 10th anniversary, Recks catapults an intimate story from O'Brien's award-winning play onto the big screen while only enhancing its emotional impact.
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"The King of the Bs," Edgar G. Ulmer was one of the first independent filmmakers, shooting movies in six days for a fraction of the cost of a studio feature. This documentary searches for an understanding of the mysterious and oft-forgotten man behind some of the most classic noir, horror, and sci-fi films in history. Preceding a screening of an archival print of Ulmer's low-budget classic Detour. | Read More
Cultures collide when a no-nonsense black English teacher (James McDaniel) reluctantly agrees to coach the girls' basketball team at an American Indian high school in rural Utah. Can the motley squad rally together to break its losing streak, or will too much diversity drive it apart? Eyre's idiosyncratic hand makes this one of the freshest "feel-good" sports films in recent memory. | Read More