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A Complete and Comprehensive Guide to Every Streamable Film from Tribeca 2015 and 2016

Here are all the films from the 2016 and 2015 Tribeca Film Festivals that are currently on Netflix, Amazon, iTunes, and other streaming platforms of choice.

30 for 30: This Magic Moment
Directed by Erin Leyden, Gentry Kirby
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
In the mid-1990s, Orlando was the epicenter of excitement in the NBA. The young franchise, led by mega-stars Shaquille O’Neal and Penny Hardaway, beat the mighty Bulls en route to the 1995 NBA Finals. Although they lost that year, it was clear this team from Orlando was a dynasty in the making.

First Monday in May
Directed by Andrew Rossi
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube
Follow the creation of The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s “China: Through the Looking Glass,” exhibition, by curator Andrew Bolton. With unprecedented access, director Andrew Rossi captures the collision of high fashion and celebrity at the Met Gala, and dives into the debate about whether fashion should be viewed as art.

Directed by Christian Vincent
Where to watch: iTunes
Judge Xavier Racine (Fabrice Luchini) presents a composed and impatient persona at the courthouse over which he presides preferring colleagues and defendants to fear him rather than let his guard down. Unfolding Racine’s personal story against the backdrop of the courtroom drama in which a young father is accused of murdering his infant daughter, director Christian Vincent (Four Stars, Haute Cuisine) explores the delicate territory of pride and self-perception. Vincent's film earned the Best Screenplay Award for his finely crafted script and Luchini’s appealing performance the Best Actor Award at the 2015 Venice Film Festival, as well as three nominations at France’s Cesar Awards.

Elvis & Nixon
Directed by Liza Johnson
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon
Liza Johnson’s Elvis & Nixon tells the untold story of the legendary meeting between Elvis Aaron Presley (Michael Shannon) and Richard Milhous Nixon (Kevin Spacey), immortalized in the most requested photograph in the National Archives. One of the more surreal encounters in American history, the Elvis and Nixon meeting perhaps captures perfectly a pre-Watergate moment in time: before their names came to evoke tragedy and corruption; when the cultural cachet was passing from politicians to celebrities; and when America had both a King and a President.

The Family Fang
Directed by Jason Bateman
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Nicole Kidman and Jason Bateman are Annie and Baxter Fang, the offspring and reluctant collaborators of Caleb and Camille Fang (Christopher Walken and Maryann Plunket). When the elder Fangs go missing under mysterious circumstances, Annie is convinced it’s just another elaborate prank-cum-art piece, while Baxter suspects something else might be afoot. In digging into the unraveling mystery, the siblings begin to unpack long dormant and unresolved issues from their unorthodox childhoods. Deeply felt and caustically funny, Bateman’s sophomore feature is an unpredictable and unique take on the dysfunctional family drama genre.

Directed by Ben Wheatley
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Based on J.G. Ballard’s novel of the same name, and brought to life in harrowing and stylish detail by visionary director Ben Wheatley, High-Rise centers on Dr. Robert Laing (Tom Hiddleston), a newcomer to a luxury high-rise building where the inhabitants are stratified by social class. Sienna Miller, Luke Evans, and Elisabeth Moss co-star as residents of the dystopian complex, while Jeremy Irons reigns above it all as its chief architect and penthouse resident. An allegorical fever dream of class division and human nature, Wheatley's fully realized vision of a brutal and stylized self-contained world is destined for cult status.

Directed by Adam Egypt Mortimer, Dennis Widmyer, Kevin Kolsch, Gary Shore, Kevin Smith, Sarah Adina Smith, Nicholas McCarthy, Scott Stewart, Anthony Scott Burns, Sarah Adina Smith
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
From some of the brightest minds in the darkest genre, Holidays is a horror anthology unlike any other. With an ingenious structure, each segment of the film takes its inspiration from a different holiday, exploring the bizarre, grim and ghoulish sides of our favorite festivities.

A Hologram for the King
Directed by Tom Tykwer
Where to watch: iTunes, GooglePlay
Tom Hanks stars as Alan Clay, a struggling American businessman who travels to Saudi Arabia in hopes of landing a career-saving IT contract by selling a new technology to the king for a massive, inexplicable development in the middle of nowhere.

Hunt for the Wilderpeople
Directed by Taika Waititi
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon
In Taika Waititi’s Hunt for the Wilderpeople, we’re treated to a deliriously off-kilter New Zealand in which a massive manhunt is triggered by series of misunderstandings involving a young orphan and his gruff guardian. As the hapless duo flee from clueless authorities, the comedic chemistry of these mismatched fugitives propels the film forward with increasing energy, delivering a relentlessly entertaining yarn reminiscent of classic 80’s adventure comedies.

The Meddler
Directed by Lorene Scafaria
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Susan Sarandon delivers a magnetic performance as doting mother supreme, Marnie Minervini. After the death of her husband, Marnie crosses coasts to drop into the life of her screenwriter daughter Lori (Rose Byrne). When Lori demands boundaries, Marnie puts her interfering tendencies to uses that range from invasive to genuinely altruistic. The Meddler offers a heartfelt and wryly scripted defense of a woman struggling to cope with familial loss.

Pelé: Birth of a Legend
Directed by Jeff Zimbalist, Michael Zimbalist
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
From the slums of Brazil to center stage at the world’s biggest sporting event, Pelé's rise to become the youngest-ever World Cup winner, at the age of 17, was nothing short of a miracle. Full of laughs, life lessons, and heart, this inspiring biopic is perfect for introducing a new generation to the greatest soccer player of all time.

2 Fists Up
Directed by Spike Lee
Where to watch: WatchESPN
An examination of how the Black Lives Matter movement sparked activism at the University of Missouri, its football team, and across the rest of the United States.

A.C. Green: Iron Virgin
Directed by Isaac Feder
Where to watch: WatchESPN
A.C. Green, Showtime Laker and reigning Iron Man of the NBA, did the dirty work every night for 1,192 straight games—more consecutive games than any player in NBA history. But it wasn't just his durability that separated AC from his NBA brethren: he was a proud virgin, who was saving himself for marriage.

Gonzo @ the Derby
Directed by Michael D. Ratner
Where to watch: WatchESPN
In 1970, writer Hunter S. Thompson and illustrator Ralph Steadman covered the Kentucky Derby for Scanlan's Monthly. The resulting article, "The Kentucky Derby is Decadent and Depraved," marked the beginnings of gonzo journalism. Gonzo @ the Derby looks at the article and the lasting impact on media and sports journalism.

We Are
Directed by Joshua Shelov, Jay Bulger
Where to watch: WatchESPN
We Are chronicles Penn State's path from the 2011 scandal to the design of their new campus statue. Sculptor Jonathan Cramer drew inspiration for its creation from the 1948 PSU football team that overcame racial adversity with the mantra "We Are Penn State."

The Board
Directed by David Shane
Where to watch: Vimeo
A socially challenged high school kid makes a successful first-time call to his crush.

Directed by Daniel Cloud Campos, Spencer Susser
Where to watch: Vimeo
A damsel in distress gets undressed when a man from the Mid-West puts to rest a world that's obsessed with the priceless, also known as the shiny.

Directed by Jamie Donoughue
Where to watch: iTunes
The friendship of two boys is tested to its limits as they battle for survival during the war in Kosovo. Based on true events.

The Short Story of a Fox and a Mouse
Directed by Camille Chaix, Kevin Roger, Marie Pillier, Juliette Jourdan, Hugo Jean
Where to watch: Amazon, GooglePlay
A lonesome fox hunts a mouse. When two owls interfere with the hunt, their relationship evolves.

All Work All Play
Directed by Patrick Creadon
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
In All Work All Play, go behind the scenes and follow the ascent of eSports, and watch as the best pro gamers in the world fight for the Intel Extreme Masters championship.

Angry Sky
Directed by Jeff Tremaine
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Fifty years before Felix Baumgartner and his epic skydive from space in 2012, there was Nick Piantanida, an eccentric and charismatic pet store owner from New Jersey who turned down an offer from the New York Knicks to pursue his dream of breaking the world record for
highest parachute jump. At the height of the Cold War, Nick managed to convince
the US Army, investors, and engineers that he was the man for the job, and
launched the first civilian space program. Insightful, and lively use of
archival footage paired with stunning space photography brings us into the
world of this unique underdog.

The Armor of Light
Directed by Abigail Disney
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Documentary producer Abigail Disney's directorial debut follows the journey of Reverend Rob Schenck, an evangelical minister who finds the courage to preach about the toll of gun violence in
America. The Armor of Light asserts that even in the face of heartbreak, outrage, and political affiliations, it is possible for people to evolve their opinions, and potentially come together to
find common ground.

As I AM: the Life and Times of DJ AM
Directed by Kevin Kerslake
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Adam Goldstein was friend to many in the '90s L.A. party scene, where he threw himself into a newfound life as DJ AM. Director Kevin Kerslake presents a rousing portrait of an artist driven by
passion and swallowed by fame. In detailing his meteoric rise and tragic
demise, Kerslake intersperses interviews with some of the biggest names in
music including Mark Ronson, Steve Aoki, Jazzy Jeff, and more, who testify to
the excellence and influence of AM's deejay career.

Autism in Love
Directed by Matt Fuller
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
With beautiful cinematography and remarkable compassion, Director Matt Fuller examines the everyday realities of autistic adulthood, showing how the members of this often-misunderstood community cope with the challenge of keeping romance alive over the years. Capturing both the joys and heartbreak of love, Fuller emphasizes struggles that are only too familiar, creating in Autism in Love a relatable and winning celebration of accepting the differences in others and in ourselves.

The Birth of Saké
Directed by Erik Shirai
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, GooglePlay, YouTube
Erik Shirai’s atmospheric ode to the 2,000-year-old art of saké introduces audiences to the Tedorigawa brewery and the small brotherhood of highly dedicated and painstakingly trained artisans who bring the ancient spirit into existence year after year.

A Ballerina's Tale
Directed by Nelson George
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Nelson George’s behind-the-curtain documentary about the daily routine of Misty Copeland, the first African-American female soloist at New York’s American Ballet Theatre® in two decades.

Cartel Land
Directed by Matthew Heineman
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube
With unprecedented access, Cartel Land gets eyeball deep in this on-the-ground, fiery investigation of illegal narcotic trafficking, and the actions of the vigilante groups on both sides of the drug war. Heineman passionately collages disparate groups with a common aim: to impede the advancement of the Mexican drug cartels, often taking questionable measures to ensure victory. The film plunges us into urgent sociopolitical issues, while posing larger questions on violence, corruption, ownership of the law and jousting definitions of justice, urging us to confront the pressing and polarizing moral dilemmas at hand.

A Courtship
Directed by Amy Kohn
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Amy Kohn’s fascinating documentary offers a peek into the practice of Christian courtship, wherein a woman hands over the responsibility of finding a husband to her parents and the will of God.

Directed by Camilla Neilsson
Where to watch: Netflix
In the wake of Robert Mugabe’s contentious 2008 presidential win, Zimbabwe convened a bipartisan constitutional committee in an effort to transition the country away from its corrupt authoritarian leadership. Filmed over three years with unprecedented access to the two
political rivals overseeing the committee, this riveting, firsthand account of
a country’s fraught first steps towards democracy plays at once like an
intimate political thriller and unlikely buddy film.

The Diplomat
Directed by David Holbrooke
Where to watch: HBOGO
David Holbrooke attempts the seemingly insurmountable: capturing the legacy of his larger-than-life father, Ambassador Richard Holbrooke, to “get to know him better in death,” David says, “than I ever did in life.” The senior Holbrooke’s career is tracked from his early days as a foreign service officer in Vietnam through his most profound success in securing a peace between Bosnia, Serbia, and Croatia, and finally, to his work as U.S. point man for Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Directed by Andrew Jenks
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
In 2005, 20-year-old Ryan Ferguson was convicted and sentenced to 40 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. dream/killer is the story of how his father Bill embarked on 10-year campaign to prove Ryan’s innocence.

DRUNK STONED BRILLIANT DEAD: The Story of the National Lampoon
Directed by Douglas Tirola
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu, Showtime
Years before Saturday Night Live exploded into American culture in the mid-70s, Harvard graduates Henry Beard, Doug Kenney, and Robert Hoffman launched National Lampoon, America’s first national humor magazine. This wonderfully funny and nostalgic documentary follows the rise and fall of this revered comic institution. DRUNK STONED BRILLIANT DEAD is a must see if you are a comedy aficionado.

The Emperor’s New Clothes
Directed by Michael Winterbottom
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube
The Emperor’s New Clothes pairs archival footage with comedic send-ups conducted in the financial centers of London and New York. Brand spotlights not only how the crisis affected the working class around the world, but also how the uber-wealthy benefited from the downturn. With Winterbottom providing his signature ingenuity and pinpoint directorial control, they generate a riveting, boisterous, and, at times, cathartic riff on the extreme disparities between the haves and have-nots in contemporary society.

Directed by Jonathan Hock
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Baseball has fascinated us as a game obsessed with speed, statistics, and, of course, a bit of myth and magic. The fastball has become part of that obsession as an element of human performance
that both eludes and captivates players and fans alike. The film takes us
on an incredible journey into the science of the fastball, its relationship
with some of the most famous players in the game, and recalls some of the most
thrilling moments in baseball history.

A Faster Horse
Directed by David Gelb
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
David Gelb (Jiro Dreams of Sushi) tackles another venerable, beloved, and long-standing institution: the Mustang, crown jewel of the Ford fleet. Masterfully crafted with gorgeous cinematography throughout, A Faster Horse wonders aloud how an American icon can be adapted for changing times. Gelb cuts in a rigorous, high-energy look at the history of Ford and the emotional connection many have to the definitive muscle car—a chassis cool enough for Steve McQueen—moving the film beyond a car lover’s documentary to a resonant examination of American ingenuity, workmanship, and resilience.

Directed by Ido Mizrahy
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Known as the “Most Gored Bullfighter in History,” Antonio Barrera has been stabbed 23 times by his horned adversary. Barrera may not be the most graceful bullfighter, but his unyielding fervor has carried him through each gore. A portrait of one man’s devotion to the sport he
loves, Director Ido Mizrahy expertly captures the grace and danger inherent in
Spanish bullfighting—a tragic dance of exceptional beauty, fighters look death
in the eye every time they step into the ring.

Havana Motor Club
Directed by Bent-Jorgen Perlmutt
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Punctuated by a lively Cuban soundtrack, Havana Motor Club captures a nation at a crossroads. Changing international relationships and economic reforms have offered unprecedented opportunity to Cubans, but left the children of the Revolution unsure of the best route forward. For the half-dozen racers at the heart of Perlmutt’s film, this means last-minute adjustments or wholesale changes to their beloved cars, as they prepare for the first sanctioned drag race in Cuba since 1960.

In My Father's House
Directed by Ricki Stern, Annie Sundberg
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Inspired by nostalgia and a romantic idea of family legacy, hip-hop artist and songwriter Che "Rhymefest" Smith decides to purchase his childhood home on Chicago’s South Side and raise his new family in the same house where he grew up. Esteemed documentarians Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg bring a perceptive sensitivity to their stirring, multigenerational character study, at the same time offering a thoughtful examination of contemporary black fatherhood on an individual and community level. Constructed from home movies, archival photographs, and verité footage shot over the course of a year, In My Father’s House is an intimate chronicle of Che's sincere but often-fraught journey to build a future for his own family by reconnecting with his traumatic past.

Killing Them Safely
Directed by Nick Berardini
Where to watch: Amazon, GooglePlay, iTunes, Netflix
With more and more damaging reports of taser-related deaths at the hands of police officers, is it enough to blame the officials misusing the device or must we also start to question the technology itself? Filmmaker Nick Berardini poses this increasingly pertinent question and many more in his daring, vital, and carefully-constructed documentary Killing Them Safely, which offers a sobering analysis of the ethical conundrum over this lethal weapon.

Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck
Directed by Brett Morgen
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, HBOGO
Kurt Cobain remains an icon 20 years after his death. HBO’s Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck is the first fully authorized documentary, a raw and visceral journey through Cobain’s life and career with Nirvana through the lens of his home movies, recordings, artwork, photography, and journals.

Misery Loves Comedy
Directed by Kevin Pollak
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
An insightful documentary that delves into the psyche of a comic to find out whether you must be miserable to be a comedian. With interviews with some of the biggest names in comedy, including Jimmy Fallon, Amy Schumer, Jim Gaffigan, and Judd Apatow.

Monty Python: The Meaning of Live
Directed by Roger Graef, James Rogan
Where to watch: Amazon/Seeso
While perhaps best known for its eminently quotable films, Monty Python has performed its signature, surreal humor in live shows since the group’s earliest days. Dive into the history of Python’s stage work and the genesis of some of its most well-known pieces as they prepare for their last-ever live show. Monty Python: the Meaning of Life is a hilarious and illuminating survey of the process behind the Python.

A Nazi Legacy: What Our Fathers Did
Directed by David Evans
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Can you imagine what it means to grow up as the child of a mass murderer? Hans Frank and Otto von Wächter were indicted as war criminals for their roles in WWII. Nazi Governors and consultants to Hitler himself, the two are collectively responsible for thousands of deaths. But what stood out to Philippe Sands were the impressions they left on their sons.

Orion: The Man Who Would Be King
Directed by Jeanie Finlay
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube
August 16, 1977. All of America was stunned by the news of Elvis Presley's untimely passing. In this stranger-than-fiction true story, Jeanie Finlay exposes the incredible life of an unknown singer plucked from obscurity and thrust into the spotlight with the complicity of a manipulative music industry and a public fan base unwilling to let The King go. Resonant in its themes of identity, fate, and the double-edged nature of fame, Orion is a stylish mystery story that finally gives a name and a face to a gifted artist who had been unjustly deprived of both.

Directed by Cosima Spender
Where to watch: iTunes, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
In the heart of Tuscany, the dusty terra-cotta-tinged city of Siena is home to the world’s oldest horse race: the Palio. With breathtaking cinematography, director Cosima Spender’s enthralling documentary captures the intensity of the event as well as the beauty of Siena. All together creating a mesmerizing portrait of an age-old tradition and the larger-than-life personalities who keep the spirit of the race alive each year.

Peggy Guggenheim - Art Addict
Directed by Lisa Immordino Vreeland
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon
Bouncing between Europe and the United States as often as she would between lovers, Peggy Guggenheim’s life was as swirling as the design of her uncle’s museum, and reads more like fiction than any reality imaginable. Peggy Guggenheim – Art Addict offers a rare look into Guggenheim’s world: blending the abstract, the colorful, the surreal and the salacious, to portray a life that was as complex and unpredictable as the artwork Peggy revered and the artists she pushed forward.

Play it Forward
Directed by Andrea Nevins
Where to watch: Amazon/Showtime
Executive Produced by Michael Strahan, Play It Forward is a rousing portrait of All-American NFL tight end Tony Gonzalez and his older brother, and wingman, Chris.

Prescription Thugs
Directed by Christopher Bell
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Americans consume 75% of the world’s prescription drugs. After losing his own brother to the growing epidemic of prescription drug abuse, documentarian Chris Bell sets out to demystify this insidious addiction.

Requiem for the American Dream
Directed by Peter Hutchison, Jared P. Scott, Kelly Nyks
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Through riveting and candid conversation, Noam Chomsky, regarded as one of the most important intellectuals alive today, provides the definitive discourse on the “Two Americas.” Filmed over the course of four years, the Chomsky interviews expose how a half-century of policies have created a state of unprecedented economic inequality: concentrating wealth in the hands of a few at the expense of everyone else.

Song of Lahore
Directed by Andy Schocken, Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Since the time of Pakistan’s independence, the city of Lahore was world-renowned for its music. Then with the Islamization of Pakistan in the 1970s, many of Lahore’s most accomplished and celebrated musicians struggled to continue their life’s work. Song of Lahore turns the spotlight on a group of brave musicians that kept on playing.

Steak (R)evolution
Directed by Franck Ribiere
Where to watch: Netflix, GooglePlay, Vudu
Grass fed, grain finished, intricately marbled, and dry aged—the concept of what elements combine to make the best steak varies greatly depending on locale and personal tastes. As we move toward more sustainable farming practices, some of the most prized elements of production are rapidly changing, and the effects are far-reaching. Director Franck Ribière gets into all the methods of farming, butchery, and preparation that go into preparing this coveted cut of meat.

Thank You For Playing
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, Vudu, Vimeo
Directed by David Osit, Malika Zouhali-Worrall
In the wake of his infant son’s terminal cancer diagnosis, designer Ryan Green took a unique approach as a means of coping with his family’s new reality, creating a video game about the harrowing experience. The result That Dragon, Cancer, will forever change the way most people look at gaming. Detailing the stages of the project from inception to execution, this moving documentary pulls audiences into the day-to-day plight of the Green family.

TransFatty Lives
Directed by Patrick O'Brin
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon
TransFatty lives is a brazen and illustrative account of what it is like to live when you find out you are going to die. Patrick O’Brien is TransFatty—the unabashed, and charismatic internet sensation with an itch for creating bizarre and mischievously comical films, like UFO Mofo and Born Again Porn Star. In 2005, Patrick’s world implodes when he is diagnosed with ALS and given only two to five years to live. A decade in the making, this unconventional documentary is Patrick’s personal reflection on the transformative effect of this disease, not only for himself but also for those around him.

Very Semi-Serious
Directed by Leah Wolchok
Where to watch: HBOGO
The New Yorker is the undisputed standard bearer of the single panel cartoon. Whether they leave us amused, inspired, or even a little baffled, the iconic cartoons have become an instantly recognizable cultural touchstone over the past 90 years. Leah Wolchok's light-hearted and sometimes poignant debut film offers a window into The New Yorker’s signature brand of subtle, contemplative humor, and perhaps also onto what it means to laugh at ourselves.

The Wolfpack
Directed by Crystal Moselle
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Despite growing up on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo siblings knew little of New York City or the outside world. Their overprotective father kept them shut in their apartment, away from what he deemed the city's dangerous influences. To cope with their isolation the children turn to movies, diligently re-enacting their favorite films. When one of the brothers escapes, the family is forced to enter society, and the fantasies begin to unravel.

The Adderall Diaries
Directed by Pamela Romanowsky
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Based on the bestselling memoir by Stephen Elliott, The Adderall Diaries is the story of an author (James Franco) paralyzed by writer's block and an escalating drug dependency who is sucked down the rabbit hole of a high-profile murder case. As Elliott becomes increasingly obsessed with the trial his own nightmarish childhood memories resurface, particularly of his cruel and distant father (Ed Harris). But when his estranged father returns with his own story to tell, fact and fiction become blurred in an amphetamine-induced haze.

Directed by Radu Jude
Where to watch: iTunes, Vudu
Beautifully shot in black-and-white, this road movie incorporates humor and the absurd to deliver a stunning tale. Alternating between action scenes and surreal dialogue, Radu Jude, one of the youngest new faces of Romanian cinema, delivers a Romanian Western that is more than a gripping look at the political and religious landscape of 19th century Eastern Europe.

Directed by Claudia Llosa
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon/STARZ, GooglePlay
Artful and enigmatic, this first English feature from Academy Award®–nominee Claudia Llosa (The Milk of Sorrow) brings a dream to the screen. In this quietly powerful story that spans decades, a separated family searches for meaning and hope in their own disparate ways.

Directed by Tim Blake Nelson
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
In actor-director Tim Blake Nelson's new thought-provoking drama, a well-loved Columbia University professor of philosophy, Walter Zarrow (Sam Waterston), is violently mugged on the doorsteps of an apartment building. Nelson delves into the chain of events that precipitates the attack, and the lives of the characters the incident brings together: his son (Tim Blake Nelson), daugher-in-law (Jessica Hecht), a troubled student (Kristen Stewart); a philandering husband (Corey Stoll), and a man fighting drug addiction (K. Todd Freeman). Glenn Close, Gretchen Mol, and Michael Kenneth Williams round out a stellar cast in this meditation of city life that examines the inextricable and unforeseen forces that bring a group of disparate individuals together in a world where many people are, as Professor Zarrow lectures, "beautifully, achingly alone."

Directed by Tony McNamara
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Ed Wallis (Nat Wolff) cannot help proving that he is too smart for his new Virginia high school, where he is picked on by everyone save for that quirky girl Eloise (Emma Roberts). Writer-director Tony McNamara tackles what Ed calls “a fifties view of the world,” sending up the familiar tropes of bullies, disaffected teachers, pep talks, and more than one search for a father figure. He creates a pithy examination of manliness and identity, how we attempt to redefine ourselves for a fresh start or, at least, an honorable finish.

Directed by Michael Petroni
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Troubled psychotherapist Peter Bowers (Adrien Brody) is suffering from nightmares and eerie visions. When he uncovers the horrifying secret shared by his patients, he is put on a course that takes him back to the remote hometown he fled years ago. Writer-director Michael Petroni's spine-tingling supernatural thriller is steeped in a moody, ominous atmosphere; its foreboding stillness is punctuated by explosions of haunting imagery, all in the service of a layered and satisfying mystery story.

Bad Hurt
Directed by Mark Kemble
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Elaine and Ed Kendall have more than their share of grief and suffering. Once a young couple in love, they now struggle for a sense of stability in their Staten Island home. Bad Hurt is an agonizing story, but one that reminds us of the sturdy bonds that exist within a family, and how determination can survive even in the darkest of places.

Directed by Natalia Leite
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Sarah’s (Dianna Agron) life is as bland as the desert town she’s lived in her whole life. With a future devoid of any passion more inevitable with each passing day, she welcomes the sudden appearance of a sexy, spontaneous stranger named Pepper (Paz de la Huerta). Broke and on the run from a debt she cannot pay, Pepper insinuates herself into Sarah’s quiet life while introducing her to the thrill of drugs, sex, and spirituality.

Bleeding Heart
Directed by Diane Bell
Where to watch: Netflix, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Diane Bell’s sophomore feature is a touching and entertaining portrait of the unspoken bond between sisters, and of how two opposites can learn something from one another. Anchored by powerful, lived-in performances by Jessica Biel and Zosia Mamet, Bleeding Heart also features a strong supporting cast that includes Edi Gathegi, Joe Anderson, Kate Burton, and Harry Hamlin.

Directed by Michael J. Larnell
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Louis and Jack are lifelong friends, bound together by a childhood tragedy. Now adults, Jack spends his days drifting angrily around the streets of St. Louis, while Louis yearns for something more. Director Michael J. Larnell’s debut feature blends the comic and the tragic perfectly, examining the bonds of platonic relationships with a sharp perspective.

The Cut
Directed by Fatih Akin
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Fatih Akin’s historic epic follows one man’s journey through the Ottoman Empire after surviving the 1915 Armenian genocide.

Dirty Weekend
Directed by Neil LaBute
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu, Showtime
Colleagues Les (Matthew Broderick) and Natalie (Alice Eve) are delayed in the Albuquerque airport. Restless, irritated, and unable to stand the service workers he meets at every turn, Les heads downtown. Natalie refuses to leave his side and discovers that his supposedly aimless wandering has more of a point than he is willing to admit. A rapport grows between this unlikely pair, and soon they search out a spark of excitement in this most unlikely of locales.

Directed by Hank Bedford
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
Two star-crossed lovers, a young, recently-released and unpredictable ex-con with bad luck, and a sexy, listless girl-next-door with a troubled family, become trapped in a downward spiral of crime and obsessive love, as they try to ditch their dead-end town for a better life.

The Driftless Area
Directed by Zachary Sluser
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
“No one knows if Pierre fell for the wrong girl or was just unlucky in love.” Based on the novel of the same title by Tom Drury, Zachary Sluser’s neo-noir, metaphysical romance centers on a budding love affair that causes a ripple effect in a quiet town.

Directed by Michael Thelin
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, Youtube, Vudu
After their regular babysitter can’t make it, the Thompson family turns to her friend Anna to supervise the children while they go out to celebrate their anniversary. At first Anna seems like a dream come true for the kids, as she allows them to play with things that are usually off-limits. But, as her behavior becomes increasingly odd, the kids soon find out that her intentions are dark and twisted, and that she is not Anna at all. Emelie’s slow burning first act soon escalates dramatically into a multidimensional, nail-biting thriller.

Far From Men
Directed by David Oelhoffen
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Grounded by Mortensen’s fiercely understated French-language performance, a score by neo-Western masters Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, and the beautifully stark backdrop of Algeria’s mountain ranges, director David Oelhoffen transplants a classic western tale into an unstable warzone to tell the story of one man’s sense of personal duty in light of the realities of the world around him.

The Benefector
Directed by Andrew Renzi
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Richard Gere delivers a bravura performance as the title character, a rich eccentric man who worms his way into the lives of a deceased friend’s young daughter (Dakota Fanning) and her new husband (Theo James). Writer-director Andrew Renzi’s narrative feature debut Franny is a warm and winsome story that explores the pangs of the past and reflects on what it is to be family.

Good Kill
Directed by Andrew Niccol
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu, Showtime
Major Tommy Egan (Ethan Hawke), veteran of air combat missions over Iraq and Afghanistan, now conducts the war from the safety of a Nevada trailer. A drone pilot, and not too happy about it, he turns in a working day attacking Taliban sites in Southeast Asia before returning to his idyllic suburban home life, which is increasingly punctured by feuds with his careworn wife, Molly (January Jones), and concern for the future he is creating for his kids.

Directed by Paul Weitz
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Acerbic aging poet, Elle Reid (Lily Tomlin), mourns the death of her longtime partner even as she reels from a recent breakup; yet she must table her misanthropy when her teenage granddaughter, Sage (Julia Garner), turns up unexpectedly on her doorstep in need of $600 and a ride. What ensues is an urban road-trip in Elle’s vintage Dodge to visit old friends and flames, rattling skeletons and digging up secrets all over town as the unlikely duo try to rustle up the cash.

Hungry Hearts
Directed by Saverio Costanzo
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube
Hungry Hearts writer-director Saverio Costanzo crafts a truly haunting portrait of human desperation and the complex nature of motivation. This poignant exploration into maternal instincts and familial bonds is singularly enhanced by Alba Rohrwacher’s heartbreaking performance.

Directed by Gerard Johnson
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
For London drug squad cop Michael Logan (Peter Ferdinando) and his fellow officers, corruption is a way of life. Set to a pulsating new wave synth score by British band The The and anchored by a gutsy lead performance by Ferdinando, this lurid, ultra violent thriller from director Gerald Johnson floats between drug-infused reverie and the gritty West London world of hardened cops and criminals with ease, making for a stylish and distinctive entry in the British crime genre.

Directed by Carleton Ranney
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Following a worldwide event known as The Reset, humanity rebuilds a society with aging mechanics where gleaming technology once stood. Surveillance now the status quo, society is slowly putting its shattered pieces back together under a watchful eye. After a friend’s suicide leaves behind a mysterious computer drive, a young computer prodigy and a shadowy hacker join together to decipher the clues that he’s left behind.

Jimmy’s Hall
Directed by Ken Loach
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, Youtube, Vudu
The film depicts the life of James Gralton (Barry Ward), a communist leader who returns home to Ireland in 1932 following a ten-year exile with hopes of re-opening his town’s titular dance hall, which was once a community meeting place and a forum for Gralton’s leftist politics.

King Jack
Directed by Felix Thompson
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Unfolding over the course of a single summer weekend, King Jack is a tough and tender coming-of-age story from first-timer Felix Thompson.With a keen sense of the perceived heightened stakes that seem to typify all of teen existence, and a beautiful sense of a unique place and moment in time, Thompson brings to life one boy’s rough-and-tumble daily life as he grasps for happiness in a way that is both specific and widely resonant.

Directed by Henry Hobson
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu, Hulu
Set on a picturesque farm in the Midwest, Maggie is a moving and visually stunning film that takes a quietly observant yet thrilling approach to the zombie genre. Hobson examines the interpersonal relationships that exist amidst the gore, and both Arnold Schwarzenegger and Abigail Breslin give thoughtful performances as a father-daughter team refusing to give in to the chaos around them.

Man Up
Directed by Ben Palmer
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Ben Palmer's hilarious romantic comedy is a farcical romp that takes its two mismatched lovebirds all over London in a series of escalating misadventures. Perfectly cast with the always funny Lake Bell and Simon Pegg as its central odd couple, Man Up is a delightful tale of mistaken identity and true love for anyone who's ever pretended to be someone they’re not on a first date.

Directed by Reed Morano
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Sarah (Olivia Wilde) and Phil’s (Luke Wilson) son goes missing, shattering their life together. As months pass with little information, they each struggle in their own way to cope. Cinematographer Reed Morano takes her first turn in the director’s chair with this masterfully crafted contemplation on a relationship strained to the breaking point.

Directed by Wiliam Monahan
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay
In his second feature, William Monahan turns to the gritty outskirts of Los Angeles in this thoughtful deconstruction of the film industry. Bringing the audience from the desert outskirts to Hollywood hills, Monahan craftily bridges the two worlds in this uninhibited thriller; a delirious trip laced with humor and violence, where hero and villain collide for a wildly entertaining and smart ride.

The Overnight
Directed by Patrick Brice
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
L.A. parents Alex (Adam Scott) and Emily (Taylor Schilling) are on the hunt for new friends after relocating from Seattle with their son. A trip to the playground lands them a family dinner invitation from Kurt (Jason Swartzman), but as the night progresses it becomes unclear whether the play date is meant for the kids or the parents. This sexy, hilarious romp is a delightful high.

Scherzo Diabolico
Directed by Adrián García Bogliano
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Aram is a wearied accountant with an unbearably dull existence. One day he asserts his power menacingly when he kidnaps a schoolgirl and keeps her tied up in an abandoned warehouse. What seems like the perfect plan soon unravels into his worst nightmare, and his carefully constructed scheme comes crashing down piece by bloody piece. In this delightfully twisted black comedy, Adrián García brings us his visionary style and fresh take on the thriller genre while constantly keeping us guessing as to what will happen next in this gory game of cat and mouse.

Sleeping With Other People
Directed by Leslye Headland
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu, Showtime
Jake (Jason Sudeikis) and Lainey (Alison Brie) lost their virginity to each other years ago, and have since gone on to become miserable failures in their romantic relationships. Guilty of serial infidelity, sex addiction, and self-sabotage, each end up at the same co-counseling group. Reunited, they swear to keep their relationship strictly platonic, while they continue to sleep around with other people. In this romantic comedy that refreshingly balances raunchy laughs and heart-warming moments, writer-director Leslye Headland (Bachelorette) asks, can men and women just be friends?

Slow Learners
Directed by Don Argott, Sheena M. Joyce
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube
High school guidance counselor Jeff, and his platonic friend and co-worker Anne are responsible, well intentioned, kind… and boring. As they reach their loneliness breaking point they make a pact to forgo their familiar, vanilla personas in exchange for their unexplored, confident alter egos. They wave goodbye to Jeff’s awkward all-male book club and Anne’s flailing attempts to catch the eye of Jeff’s sexy neighbor Max, and say hello to raucous summer nights filled with booze, dancing, and sex. Naturally things don’t exactly go according to plan.

Slow West
Directed by John Maclean
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Scottish director John Maclean makes his feature debut with this coming-of-age romance, by way of the classic American Western, as seen through the eyes of an outsider. Young Scottish aristocrat Jay Cavendish (Kodi Smit-McPhee) travels to Colorado in search of his love, the evocatively named Rose Ross (Caren Pistorius). Woefully underprepared for the American frontier, he is saved on the trail by a road-weary traveller, Silas Selleck (Michael Fassbender), who joins the quest as guide, protector, and, unbeknownst to Jay, bounty hunter with a sudden leg-up on the competition.

Stranded in Canton
Directed by Måns Månsson
Where to watch: YouTube
Idealistic Lebrun has travelled from The Democratic Republic of Congo to Canton in Guangdong Province, China, to make it as an entrepreneur. His hopes are to build a business making political T-shirts that he can ship back home to sell. Swedish artist Måns Månsson’s background as both a cinematographer and director can be felt in every mesmerizing and lush scene of the film. The improvisation and documentary elements of the film adds a layer of thoughtfulness and veracity to Månsson’s fictional character, opening to questions of politics and belonging.

Directed by Benni Diez
Where to watch: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube
In a remote country villa set amid foggy rural farmlands, the elderly widow of a pharmaceutical magnate holds an annual garden party for the local elite in honor of her late husband. But the festivities take a grisly turn when a plague of giant killer wasps is unleashed on the unsuspecting partygoers, leaving the caterers Julia and Paul pitted against the seven-foot mutant predators in a deadly fight for survival. A delightfully gory horror comedy from first-time director/mad scientist Benni Diez, Stung revels in its outlandish premise, never shying away from the opportunity to showcase the film's gruesome creations. With its seamless blend of CGI and oozing practical effects, this modern update of the '80s creature feature is a thrilling and inventive rollercoaster ride.

Directed by Partho Sen-Gupta
Where to watch: Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube
Social Service officer Lakshman Joshi, played by Adil Hussain (Life of Pi) is led on a chase through the dark gutters and rain-soaked back alleys of Mumbai by a shadowy figure. Partho Sen-Gupta, one of India’s most promising directors, delivers a strong homage to film noir in this beautifully crafted psychological thriller exploring the mental anguish of a lonely man on a quest for justice.

Sworn Virgin
Directed by Laura Bispuri
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon
As a young woman living within the confines of a Northern Albanian village, Hana longs to escape the shackles of womanhood, and live her life as a man. To do so she must evoke an old law of the Kanun and take an oath to eternally remain a virgin. Years later, as Mark, she leaves home for the first time and travels to Italy to stay with her sister, crossing over into a world unlike anything she has known before. There, she discovers herself again, leading her to contemplate the possibility of undoing the vow she made so long ago.

Directed by Chris Modoono
Where to watch: Netflix
Left by his wife, broody and foul-mouthed fifth-grade teacher, Ethan Collins, has no partner, no writing prospects, and no control over his students—but the one thing he does have is tenure. Knowing he can't be fired by his nemesis, Assistant Principal Gruber (The Office’s Kate Flannery), Ethan decides to channel his life's frustrations into the annual school play. Based on the crowd-pleasing short film, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2012, Chris Modoono's hilarious directorial debut is a riotous, deadpan delight, anchored by a fantastic comedic performance from Gil Zabarsky and his ensemble of precocious pre-teens.

The Wannabe
Directed by Nick Sandow
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
A rollicking, real-life crime story of mob culture and amour fou, The Wannabe follows Tommy (Vincent Piazza, aka Boardwalk Empire's Lucky Luciano) and Rose (Boyhood's Patricia Arquette, in one of her first post-Oscar film roles), a couple of married, Gotti-obsessed ex-cons who get their moment in the sun when they begin robbing New York's mafia elite in the early nineties.

One More Time (Previous Title: When I Live My Life Over Again)
Directed by Robert Edwards
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
After one too many big city problems, Jude (Amber Heard) heads to the Hamptons home of her father (Christopher Walken), an over-the-hill crooner desperately charting his musical comeback. She soon recalls that spending time at home with her father presents its own particular set of challenges.

Wondrous Boccaccio
Directed by Paolo Taviani, Vittorio Taviani
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu
Set against the backdrop of a 14th century, black plague-stricken Florence, ten young men and women escape to a country estate where they spend their days telling stories of love, fate, and resurrection. From legendary Italian filmmaking brothers Paolo and Vittorio Taviani, directors of the Palme d’Or winning Fiorile and Golden Bear award-winning Caesar Must Die, Wondrous Boccaccio is a visual and poetic tribute to the stories that emerged from one of the darkest periods in Italian history, and the imaginations that quietly fueled them.

¡Go Sebastien Go!
Directed by Eva Longoria
Where to watch: WatchESPN
Watch ¡Go Sebastien Go! and scenes from other entries in ESPN’s Verses series, shining a light on achievement both inside and out of the arena.

All-American Family
Where to watch: CNN
Directed by Andrew Jenks
Welcome to Pleasanton, California. This affluent suburban neighborhood is quintessential USA, not excluding the local high school football team that everyone cherishes: The Eagles. The Pedersen family has been at the center of it all, having four generations star on the team. Unlike other teams, the players on the Eagles are all deaf.

The Artist Is Absent: A Short Film on Martin Margiela
Directed by Alison Chernick
Where to watch: YouTube, Vimeo
For over twenty years, Martin Margiela has been a major force in fashion. Yet his influence is inescapable, the man himself remains elusive, determined to maintain his anonymity in an age of celebrity. Margiela’s story is narrated by fashion’s biggest names, elucidating how he reshaped fashion to fit his vision.

Better to Live
Directed by Linda G. Mills
Where to watch: BettertoLiveProject
In this edgy and upbeat musical doc, university drama majors tap into their superhero artistic powers to tackle the complex issues of anxiety, cutting, and suicide, as they build an unexpected musical sketch comedy "reality" for 5000 college freshmen at Madison Square Garden.

Body Team 12
Directed by David Darg
Where to watch: HBOGO
Body Team 12 workers have one of the most dangerous and gruesome jobs in the world: collecting the dead from the streets of the Ebola zone. Told through the eyes of a female body, this film explores the philosophy of Time magazine's persons of the year: The Ebola workers of West Africa.

Directed by Genéa Gaudet
Where to watch: Vimeo
In 1974, a Mormon missionary finds his world turned upside down when he falls in love with a handsome Italian Communist. With original 8mm film and fierce storytelling, Tom Clark recounts a love story set against the backdrop of coastal Italy wrought with faith, identity, cigarettes, and Thorazine.

Every Day
Directed by Gabe Spitzer
Where to watch: WatchESPN
At 86, Joy Johnson was the oldest woman to run the 2013 New York City Marathon. This is the story of an inspiring athlete with an uncommon passion for her sport, and for life.

The Gnomist
Directed by Sharon Liese
Where to watch: CNN
Last spring, beautifully-crafted fairy homes and doors custom built to fit the hollows of trees mysteriously popped up on a heavily-wooded walking trail in the Firefly Forest, located in Overland Park, KS. When people started leaving notes for the fairies—disclosing their deepest struggles and greatest hopes— they are surprised when the fairies respond.

The Greatest Catch Ever
Directed by Spike Lee
Where to watch: WatchESPN
In Super Bowl XLII, the Giants were down to the undefeated New England Patriots when Eli Manning spotted David Tyree, setting up one of the most renowned plays in football history.

My Enemy, My Brother
Directed by Ann Shin
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube
Zahed was an Iranian boy who ran away from home to join the army. Najah was a 19-year-old Iraqi with a wife and son when he was conscripted to fight. When they meet on the battlefield, Zahed risks his life to save Najah. Twenty-five years later they meet again by sheer chance in Canada.

We Live This
Directed by James Burns
Where to watch: Vimeo
We Live This is the story of four boys from the projects who have come together to pursue their dreams. Most new Yorkers who ride the MTA have opinions about them, but what lies beneath these young performers is more than what meets the eye.

Directed by Evan Ari Kelman
Where to watch: Vimeo
On the night of a highway truck robbery, 14-year-old Jamie is told by his older brother to stay home. Determined to prove himself, Jamie sneaks out and joins the others, inserting himself into the center of the action. As the night veers increasingly off-course, Jamie will finally have the chance to show his true character.

Boogaloo and Graham
Directed by Michael Lennox
Where to watch: iTunes, Amazon/Gaia, GooglePlay
Jamesy and Malachy are over the moon when their soft-hearted dad presents them with two baby chicks—declaring themselves vegetarian and dreaming of running a chicken farm. The boys are in for a shock when they hear that big changes are coming to the family.

Café Glass
Directed by Wen Ren
Where to watch: YouTube
In the future, online dating becomes the socially acceptable way to communicate and connect. Zayn, a student studying at Cafe Glass, is forced to go offline when the Internet suddenly turns off, in order to find a mysterious profile whom he believes might be the one.

Future Relic 03
Directed by Daniel Arsham
Where to watch: YouTube
The moon has been excavated for thirty years, per the work of Dr. Mattias Rey. His daughter, Lona, returns to his laboratory, abandoned after he went missing. Lona continues her deceased dad’s work and speaks to a remaining statue of him in an effort to find guidance.

George and the Vacuum
Directed by Chadd Harbold
Where to watch: Vimeo
George and Lacy walk through the streets of Brooklyn and revisit their memories.

The Girlfriend Experience
Directed by Mark Kunerth
Where to watch: Amazon
Getting over a breakup of someone we love can make us do things we normally wouldn't do. In The Girlfriend Experience, a young man's plan for a no-strings attached encounter is not nearly as easy and uncomplicated as it first seems.

Directed by Micah Levin
Where to watch: Vimeo
In a not-too-distant future the air we breathe is owned and distributed by a mega-corporation named Illuminet. Anyone who poses a threat to Illuminet is hunted down with drones and exterminated. Oxygen dealer Winston Willis faces off with a mysterious buyer who seems to know Winston's darkest secret.

Let's Not Panic
Directed by Heather Jack
Where to watch: Vimeo
Let's Not Panic is an apocalyptic comedy about love and neuroses. When an asteroid threatens to hit New York, Sadie, a neurotic and anxious 20-something, embarks on a quest from Brooklyn to Manhattan to reunite with her therapist, who she is in love with. She believes they can finally be together in a post-apocalyptic world since the rules keeping them apart will cease to exist.

Merry Xmas
Directed by Boman Modine
Where to watch: Amazon, GooglePlay, iTunes, YouTube
Merry Xmas tells the story of a mischievous father (Dick Van Dyke) who calls his very busy kids (Matthew Modine and Glenne Headly) to tell them that after 55 years of marriage, he and their mom (Valerie Harper) are getting divorced. Horrified by the news, the children prepare to fly home to stop the divorce and save their parent's marriage.

A Mighty Nice Man
Directed by Jonathan Dee
Where to watch: Vimeo
Charlotte and her friend Emilie compete for the attention of a dashing, albeit significantly older stranger. The stranger tempts Charlotte away from her friend by offering her a ride in his automobile, which Charlotte accepts. Inside the car, Charlotte feels trapped, sensing the danger she is in and the man’s predatory intentions.

Directed by Thomas Ikimi
Where to watch: Vimeo, YouTube
A recruit to a prototype military drone program arrives at a remote diner and is faced with an unexpected chain of events.

Directed by Stefan Georgiou
Where to watch: Vimeo
Dan and Mia haven't had sex since before the birth of their son. Three months on, Dan feels forced to take extreme action and makes the decision to dress as Dr. Frank-N-Furter from The Rocky Horror Picture Show in a ham-fisted attempt to get Mia back in the mood.

The Shaman
Directed by Marco Kalantari
Where to watch: Vimeo
In the dark year 2204, the world has seen 73 years of continuous war. The face of conflict has changed. People kill people but they now rely on giant, intelligent battle machines to fight. Mankind has re-discovered Shamanism and the Generals on both sides use these well-trained spiritual warriors to face the threat of machines.

Directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green
Where to watch: YouTube
A young black man is put to the test when he gets stopped by the police on his way home from practice in this eye-opening drama.

Directed by Roman Kaelin, Falko Paeper, and Florian Wittmann
Where to watch: Vimeo
Wrapped combines time-lapse photography with visual effects to present a view on nature’s processes that are usually unseen by the naked eye. Equipped with a genuinely new perspective, Wrapped is a vivid chronicle of how the things around us are perpetually connected and interacting with each other.



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