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“A terrific, layered performance.” —Screen Daily

Mustafa (Ali Suliman), a Palestinian construction worker, lives in the West Bank a mere 200 meters away from his wife and children in Israel. Though eligible for an Israeli ID, Mustafa instead chooses to use his work permit to visit them daily. One day, after receiving a call that his son has been seriously injured, Mustafa is denied entry at the border due to a technicality.

“Gripping... surprisingly rich.” —Crooked Marquee

Based on true events. Luc Picard portrays Gérald Gallant, one of the most prolific hitmen in the profession. Gallant chalked up twenty-eight murders and fifteen attempted murders to his name, mostly those of senior officers in the Hells Angels, mafia, and organized crime. But how did he outwit both hardened criminals and the police? His confessions reveal all.

“A dazzling and technically brilliant feat.” —Variety

Italian theatre is thriving, and comic actor Eduardo Scarpetta (Toni Servillo) is king at the box office. Known for his cheeky alter egos, Scarpetta’s larger-than-life stage productions are matched only by his eccentric personal life. But at the height of popularity, he risks everything by staging a parody of the great Italian poet, Gabriele D’Annunzio.

 


 

“Impresses with its boldness.” —Variety

Peter Perg, a soldier of the Great War, returns home to a nightmarish Vienna he no longer recognizes. A brutal killer is on the loose, and Perg soon discovers that he is personally connected to the victims. Returning to his old post as a detective, he finds an ally in the cool-headed forensic doctor Theresa Körner, and their investigation leads them into the darkest corners of the city.

“A moving and deeply affecting portrait.” —GLAAD

Sherenté, Mishitashin "Being Thunder" Harris, a Two Spirit Genderqueer teenager from the Narragansett tribe in Rhode Island, boldly challenges the status quo of what it means to be a queer indigenous person in a world bound by binary gender roles. Blindsided by dishonesty and deception, Sherenté's enduring courage and self-respect are met with an outpouring of support.

“A dark propulsive thriller.” —Screen Daily

Despite growing debts and a complicated personal life, police detective Florin Iespas is determined to crack a mysterious arson case that has been assigned to one of his colleagues and remains unsolved. Ordered to put down the file by his boss, he continues his off-the-record investigation, relentlessly pursuing a suspect he insists must be guilty.