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  • Severance, season 2 (2025, showrunner Dan Erickson)

    "Like you never left."

    In Severance, Mark Scout (Adam Scott) leads a team at Lumon Industries, whose employees have undergone a severance procedure, which surgically divides their memories between their work and personal lives. This daring experiment in “work-life balance” is called into question as Mark finds himself at the center of an unraveling mystery that will force him to confront the true nature of his work… and of himself.

    In season two, Mark and his friends learn the dire consequences of trifling with the severance barrier, leading them further down a path of woe.

    Severance season 2 premieres January 17, 2025.

  • Time Bandits (2024, showrunners Jemaine Clement and Iain Morris)

    Eleven-year-old Kevin's passion for history is put to the test when he joins a ragtag group of time-traveling thieves on a high-stakes and hilarious adventure.

  • Watchmen: Chapter I (2024, dir Brandon Vietti)

    In an alternate world history shaped by superheroes, once-celebrated "costumed adventurers" have been banned by a society disenchanted with vigilantism. Now, in 1985, the murder of The Comedian, a hero-turned-government operative, draws the attention of Rorschach, the last of the outlawed vigilantes. Rorschach’s investigation embroils his retired colleagues, Nite Owl, Silk Spectre, Dr. Manhattan and Ozymandias, in conflict with their pasts, with each other and in a mystery that threatens their lives and a world on the brink of war.

  • Cirque du Soleil: Without a Net (2024, dir Dawn Porter)

    Tells the story of when the world shut down, its greatest Circus went into freefall. Within 48 hours Cirque du Soleil closed all its 44 shows; within a week it let 95% of its workforce go. The show seemed over for the billion-dollar brand. Now, more than a year later, a group of world-class artists, athletes and crew at "O", Cirque's flagship production, face uncertainty as they prepare to bring their show back to life. With unprecedented access, this film documents their extraordinary journey as they attempt a return to stage after one of the world's greatest crises.

  • We Live In Time (2024, dir John Crowley)

    Almut (Florence Pugh) finds her life forever changed by a chance encounter with Tobias (Andrew Garfield), a recent divorcé. But after falling for each other, building a home, and starting a family, a difficult truth is revealed.

  • The Decameron (2024, showrunner Kathleen Jordan)

    As the bubonic plague spreads through Italy, a group of nobles and servants retreats to a villa, where their lavish getaway quickly spirals into chaos.

  • Red Island (2023, dir Robin Campillo)

    Madagascar, at the turn of the 1960s and 1970s. On an air base of the French army, the soldiers live the last carefree years of colonialism. Influenced by his readings of Fantômette, Thomas, a child who is not yet 10 years old, gradually forges a look at the world around him.

  • Consumed (2024, dir Mitchell Altieri)

    A married couple, Jay (Mark Famiglietti) and Beth (Courtney Halverson) taking a celebratory camping trip a year after Beth's cancer remission but they find themselves trapped between a wild madman and a skin-stealing monster (a wendigo).

  • The Wasp (2024, dir Guillem Morales)

    Heather (Naomie Harris) bumps into Carla (Natalie Dormer), having not spoken to her in years, and presents her with a very unexpected proposition that could change both of their lives forever.

  • Detained (2024, dir Felipe Mucci)

    Rebecca, an enigmatic woman, awakens inside a dilapidated police station in the middle of the night with no memory of how she got there. Two combative detectives try to retrace her steps to charge her with a hit and run.

  • Ozi: Voice of the Forest (2024, dir Tim Harper)

    Separated from her parents when their forest home is destroyed, Ozi is taken in by kind wildlife sanctuary owners who keep her safe and slowly teach her to communicate through sign language. With the combination of her new skills and natural talent for social media, Ozi soon has a worldwide following. When she learns that her parents might be alive, Ozi sets off on a quest to find them and to tell the world what is happening to the rainforest before it’s too late.

  • Saving Bikini Bottom: The Sandy Cheeks Movie (2024, dir Liza Johnson)

    When Bikini Bottom is scooped from the ocean, scientific squirrel Sandy Cheeks and her pal SpongeBob SquarePants saddle up for Texas to save their town.

  • F1 (2025, dir Joseph Kosinski)

    A Formula One driver (Brad Pitt) comes out of retirement to mentor and team with a younger driver (Damson Idris).

  • The Perfect Couple (2024, showrunner Jenna Lamia)

    Based on the novel of the same name by author Elin Hilderbrand, the story is centered around the Otis-Wenbury wedding, where a body is found just hours before the ceremony, and suddenly every member of the wedding party are suspects.

  • The Substance (2024, dir Coralie Fargeat)

    An aging celebrity (Demi Moore) acquires a drug with the intent to create a younger clone. However, it comes with a much more sinister price.

  • Close to You (2024, dir Dominic Savage)

    Sam (Elliot Page) has a chance encounter with an old friend on his way home to a dreaded family reunion that forces him to confront long-buried memories.

  • The House Next Door (2024, dir John P. Vourlis)

    The House Next Door is a documentary about how the foreclosure crisis of 2008 ripped through the Greater Cleveland area, what catastrophic damage was left behind while communities like Slavic Village are still picking up the pieces and attempting to put them back together.

  • Coup! (2024, dir Austin Stark and Schuman Joseph)

    Sheltering from the 1918 Spanish Flu at their seaside estate, a Progressive journalist and his socialite wife take in a mysterious grifter as a private cook. But when the plague descends on the posh island, the family and staff find themselves cut off from society and, like castaways, struggling to survive. The new cook sees an opportunity to rouse his fellow staff to re-think their stations and have the run of the mansion for themselves. Their employer suspects the cook’s coup is part of a far more sinister agenda. It is not long before the mind games between master and servant breed an all-out war for dominance over the home. Social restraints crack apart. And civility gives way to animal instincts that lurk beneath…

  • The Red Virgin (2024, dir Paula Ortiz)

    Original title (ES): La virgen roja

    Hildegart Rodríguez (Alba Planas), a precocious and prolific writer in Spain's 1930s, is raised by her mother to become a model of future women.

  • The Greatest Surf Movie in the Universe (2023, dir Vaughn Blakey and Nick Pollet)

    10 years from now, a virus decimates all the world's living creatures. Facing a total extinction event a brilliant geneticist discovers a miracle vaccine that is fast tracked into production, saving the final remnants of humanity. Unfortunately there's one side effect - the vaccine completely erases all memory of surfing from the human mind. Now, it's up to the Surf God Hughie to pull together a team of former greats - guys who dominated the riding of ocean waves - in a last ditch effort to save surfing. Can this bunch of forgotten outcasts work together to create the Greatest Surf Movie in the Universe?

  • Sugarcane (2024, dir Emily Kassie and Julian Brave NoiseCat)

    An investigation into abuse and missing children at an Indian residential school ignites a reckoning on the nearby Sugarcane Reserve.

  • Wonderland (2024, dir Kim Tae-yong)

    Wonderland is an artificial intelligence that allows people to communicate with their departed loved ones through simulated video calls. Jeong-in, a flight attendant, asks to meet her comatose boyfriend Tae-joo, while Bai Li joins the service to be able to talk to her daughter even after being dead.

  • With Peter Bradley (2023, dir Alex Rappoport)

    Seventy-nine years old and overlooked since the 1970's, abstract artist Peter Bradley reflects on life and shares his artistic process on the cusp of his rediscovery.

  • One Fast Move (2024, dir Kelly Blatz)

    A dishonorably discharged soldier (K.J. Apa) seeks out his estranged father to help him pursue his dream of becoming a professional motorcycle racer. While training, he meets a small-town, aspiring singer and a motorcycle shop owner who begin to break down the walls his father’s absence had built up.

  • Minnesota Mean (2023, dir Dawn Mikkelson)

    "Minnesota Mean" follows the powerful women of the Minnesota RollerGirls for a season as they balance life, friendship, and roller derby.

  • Chuck Chuck Baby (2024, dir Janis Pugh)

    Helen's (Louise Brealey) mundane life at the chicken factory takes an unexpected turn with Joanne's (Annabel Scholey) return. They were each other's secret teenage passion. As they fall in love, Helen's zest for life returns but Joanne faces something darker from her past.

  • Not Not Jazz (2024, Jason Miller)

    An exploration of the unique and wholly improvisational creative process of the revolutionary “avant-groove” band Medeski, Martin & Wood, as they endeavor to record a new album at the famed Allaire Studio, twenty-five years after their formation.

  • Kinnikuman Perfect Origin Arc (2024, dir Akira Sato)

    Kinnikuman returns to the ring in an epic three-way battle between the Justice, Devil and Perfect Chojin factions, and reveals the roots of the Chojin.

  • Deaner '89 (2024, dir Sam McGlynn)

    Party animal Dean Murdoch (Paul Spence) travels back in time to his college days of 1989.

  • Mushka (2023, dir Andreas Deja)

    A story of love and sacrifice set in Russia. A 9-year old girl raises a young tiger cub, but as the cub grows up, trouble ensues.

    A 30-year veteran of Walt Disney Animation Studios, Andreas Deja worked as the supervising animator for multiple well-known characters from Disney animated features: Gaston (Beauty and the Beast), Jafar (Aladdin), Scar (The Lion King), Hercules (Hercules), Lilo (Lilo & Stitch) and Tigger (Winnie the Pooh).

    This 28-minute short is Deja’s directorial debut.

  • Omnivore (2024, creator René Redzepi)

    From Peruvian salt flats to Rwandan coffee forests, explore and celebrate the ingredients that built societies, shaped beliefs, and forever altered the tapestry of humanity.

    Presented and produced by René Redzepi, previously the head chef at Noma during which it was often regarded as the best restaurant in the world.

  • Twilight of the Warriors: Walled In (2024, dir Soi Cheang)

    Original title (ZH): 九龍城寨.圍城 ("Jiǔlóng chéng zhài: Wéichéng", Kowloon Walled City: Siege)

    Set in the 1980s, troubled youth Chan Lok-kwun (Raymond Lam) accidentally enters the Walled City, discovers the order amidst its chaos, and learns important life lessons along the way. In the Walled City, he becomes close friends with Shin, Twelfth Master and AV. Under the leadership of Cyclone, they resist against the invasion of villain Mr. Big in a series of fierce battles. Together, they vow to protect the safe haven that is Kowloon Walled City.

  • Crescent City (2024, dir RJ Collins)

    A small town in the south is ravaged by a serial killer, with everyone being a suspect including the police.

    Starring Terrence Howard and Alec Baldwin.

  • Charlie Hustle & The Matter of Pete Rose (2024, dir Mark Monroe)

    In 1989, Major League Baseball (MLB) legend Pete Rose was handed a lifetime ban from the sport of baseball after an MLB investigation revealed that he had bet on games during his tenure as the manager of the Cincinnati Reds. CHARLIE HUSTLE & THE MATTER OF PETE ROSE takes a retrospective journey, spanning more than 60 years, to tell the story of baseball’s all-time hits leader whose on-field achievements and off-field transgressions have made him one of the most polarizing figures in all of sports.

  • Mothers' Instinct (2024, dir Benoît Delhomme)

    Alice (Jessica Chastain) and Celine (Anne Hathaway) are inseparable and share everything, from their daily routines to their secrets. Their perfect harmony is shattered when one of their sons dies in a tragic accident while under Alice’s care. Celine blames Alice for the death of her child and becomes obsessed with protecting her surviving son from any harm. Alice, on the other hand, feels guilty and paranoid that Celine is plotting to harm her and her family. A gripping battle of wills ensues as the two women spiral into madness and violence.

  • The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat (2024, dir Tina Mabry)

    Three best friends dubbed “The Supremes” have weathered life’s storms together for two generations, through marriage and children, happiness and the blues, watching as they find themselves at a crossroad that tests their lifelong bond.

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