Coming Attractions

  • March 06, 2015

  • ’71

    ’71 takes place over a single night in the life of a young British soldier accidentally abandoned by his unit following a riot on the streets of Belfast in 1971. Unable to tell friend from foe, and increasingly wary of his own comrades, he must survive the night alone and find his way to safety through a disorientating, alien and deadly landscape.

  • Aftermath

    Aftermath is a black comedy thriller about one man’s enormous overreaction. Thomas Fiorini is a successful developer and an upstanding member of the community. He has it all: money, a stunning wife, and their first child on the way. But the good times come to a screeching halt when Tom’s lead foreman Matt and subcontractor Tony, start to compete for top position in the company. After a physical fight with Tony, Matt mysteriously disappears and Tom, fearing the worst, fires Tony. What follows is a slippery spiral of confrontations and suspicions as Tom becomes increasingly paranoid. Step by step he moves in a direction of fear leading to meetings with a top hit man and a cast of unsavory characters.

  • The Coup

    An American family moves to Cambodia and must survive a coup and the resulting violence towards foreigners.

  • Red Army

    The story of the most successful dynasty in sports history, the Red Army hockey team of the Soviet Union, is documented. The team’s captain, Slava Fetisov, chronicles his transformation from national hero to political enemy, and the film compares the rise and fall of the Red Army team with that of the Soviet Union itself.

  • Deli Man

    Jewish culture reflects the heart of a vital ethnic history. As that culture continues to shift and adapt alongside mainstream America, delicatessen food – as its name suggests – remains a beloved communal delicacy. In Houston, Texas, third-generation deli man Ziggy Gruber has built arguably the finest delicatessen restaurant in the U.S. His story – augmented by the stories of iconic delis such as Katz’s, 2nd Avenue Deli, Nate ‘n Al, Carnegie, and the Stage – embodies a tradition indelibly linked to its savory, nostalgic foods.

  • Chappie

    Every child comes into the world full of promise, and none more so than Chappie: he is gifted, special, a prodigy. Like any child, Chappie will come under the influence of his surroundings – some good, some bad – and he will rely on his heart and soul to find his way in the world and become his own man. But there’s one thing that makes Chappie different from anyone else: he is a robot. The first robot with the ability to think and feel for himself. His life, his story, will change the way the world looks at robots and humans forever.

  • Crazy Beautiful You

    Sometimes, though we don’t expect to find love, it’s the one that finds us. In “Crazy Beautiful You,” we are introduced to Jackie, whose rebellious spirit forces her mother to take her in a medical mission in Tarlac in hopes that she’d turn for the better. There, Jackie meets a jolly lad named Kiko, who will make sure she gets all her tasks done. In the middle of his mission, he and Jackie will discover something crazy… and beautiful.

  • Unfinished Business

    A hard-working small business owner (Vince Vaughn) and his two associates (Tom Wilkinson, Dave Franco) travel to Europe to close the most important deal of their lives. But what began as a routine business trip goes off the rails in every imaginable – and unimaginable – way, including unplanned stops at a massive sex fetish event and a global economic summit.