1. A Bread Factory: Part 1United StatesDrama2 Hours 2 Mins

The acclaimed new work from filmmaker Patrick Wang is the story of The Bread Factory, a small-town community arts center, told in two films. In part one, after 40 years of running The Bread Factory, Dorothea (Tyne Daly) and Greta are suddenly fighting for survival when a celebrity couple—performance artists from China—come to Checkford and build an enormous complex down the street catapulting big changes in their small town. Part two revolves around rehearsals for the Greek play Hecuba.

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2. A Bread Factory: Part 2United StatesDrama1 Hour 60 Mins

The acclaimed new work from filmmaker Patrick Wang is the story of The Bread Factory, a small-town community arts center, told in two films. In part one, after 40 years of running The Bread Factory, Dorothea (Tyne Daly) and Greta are suddenly fighting for survival when a celebrity couple—performance artists from China—come to Checkford and build an enormous complex down the street catapulting big changes in their small town. Part two revolves around rehearsals for the Greek play Hecuba.

3. A Guide To Recognizing Your SaintsUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 40 Mins

In this award-winning film, a boy growing up in Astoria, New York in the 1980s watches as his friends and acquaintances die, go to prison or ruin their lives with drug use. He becomes convinced that various so-called “saints” have saved him from this kind of destiny. The all-star cast includes Robert Downey Jr., Channing Tatum, Rosario Dawson, Shia LaBeouf, Eric Roberts and two-time Academy Award® winner Dianne Wiest.

4. A TeacherUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 16 Mins

The debut feature from director Hannah Fidell, A Teacher explores the gradual emotional unraveling of Diana (Lindsay Burdge), a young, attractive high school teacher. She has been sleeping with her student, Eric (Will Brittain), but begins to oscillate between extreme anxiety and insatiable lust for her younger sexual partner. A Teacher is a remarkably assured debut, and demonstrates two immense new talents, one in front of and one behind the camera. Premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

5. About SunnyUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 44 Mins

About Sunny is a suspenseful drama about Angela (Lauren Ambrose), a struggling, single mother in Las Vegas who is trying to hold her life together for her daughter Sunny. As her life spirals out of control, Angela finally reaches a breaking point and is faced with an impossible choice: can she give up what she loves most for the promise of a better life for Sunny? An emotionally gripping character piece, it features a career-defining performance from Ambrose.

6. An American CrimeUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 38 Mins

An award-nominated drama, based on a true story. Gertrude Baniszewski (Catherine Keener), a divorced mother of several children, agrees to take care of two girls, Sylvia (Elliot Page) and Jennie (Hayley McFarland), while their parents travel with a carnival. Though her eldest daughter is the real troublemaker, Gertrude vents all her bitterness and frustration on innocent Sylvia. Eventually, Gertrude imprisons the girl in the basement and tortures her, encouraging her children to follow suit.

7. Ash WednesdayUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 38 Mins

From writer/director Ed Burns, comes this crime drama set on Ash Wednesday, 1983. Francis Sullivan discovers that his younger brother Sean (Elijah Wood), who has supposedly been dead, has reappeared. Now, both are in danger as old scores are settled.

8. BernieUnited StatesComedy1 Hour 40 Mins

In small-town Texas, a much-loved mortician goes to extreme ends to extract himself from the emotionally abusive and controlling relationship he has formed with a wealthy widow. Based on a true story. Starring Jack Black and Academy Award® winners Shirley MacLaine and Matthew McConaughey, from acclaimed director Richard Linklater.

9. BuzzardUnited StatesComedy1 Hour 37 Mins

Marty is a caustic, small-time con artist drifting from one scam to the next. When his latest ruse goes awry, mounting paranoia forces him from his lousy small town temp job to the desolate streets of Detroit with nothing more than a pocket full of bogus checks, a dangerously altered Nintendo Power Glove, and a bad temper. Albert Camus meets Freddy Krueger in Buzzard, a hellish and hilarious riff on the struggles of the American working class.

10. ColumbusUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 45 Mins

Casey (Haley Lu Richardson) lives with her mother in a little-known Midwestern town haunted by the promise of modernism. Jin (John Cho), a visitor from the other side of the world, attends to his dying father. Burdened by the future, they find respite in one another and the architecture that surrounds them. Through opening up about their troubled relationships with their parents, they dream of a new future. A beautifully crafted love story from director Kogonada, making his debut feature.

11. DetachmentUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 38 Mins

Henry Barthes (Adrien Brody) is a substitute teacher who shuns emotional connections, and never stays long enough in one district to bond with his students or colleagues. Troubled and lost, Henry lands at a public school where an apathetic student body have created a frustrated, burned-out group of teachers and administrators. Inadvertently, Henry becomes a role model to his disaffected students and bonds with a teenage runaway. Also stars Marcia Gay Harden and Christina Hendricks.

12. Dog PoundUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 31 Mins

In this gritty psychological thriller, three teenage boys have a rude awakening when they end up in a juvenile detention center. Facing attacks by hardened criminals and ruthless guards, they are forced to do whatever it takes to survive. The story focuses on Butch, who at first attempts to abide by the rules. But soon he and his friends are attacked by a cruel bully and he is placed into solitary confinement.

13. H.United StatesDrama1 Hour 36 Mins

Two women named Helen live separate lives, but when foreboding signs appear—a meteor reportedly crashes nearby, people go missing, and inexplicable, life-altering changes—the Helens’ realities spiral into a terrifying journey through unknown terrain.

14. Hello I Must Be GoingUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 34 Mins

Acclaimed actress Melanie Lynskey (Up in the Air, Heavenly Creatures) stars as Amy, a recent divorcée who seeks refuge in the suburban Connecticut home of her parents (Blythe Danner and John Rubinstein). Demoralized and directionless, Amy begins an affair with 19 year old actor Jeremy (Girls’ Christopher Abbott) that reignites her passion for life and jumpstarts her independence. A modern, unconventional love story infused with sex, humor, and raw emotional honesty.

15. How To Kill Your Neighbor's DogUnited StatesComedy1 Hour 43 Mins

Peter McGowan (Kenneth Branagh, "Henry V") is an insomniac playwright who lives in L.A. He's now in the tenth year of a decade-long string of production flops. He finds himself bonding with a new neighbor's daughter (Robin Wright, "Forrest Gump") who has mild cerebral palsy. To top it all off, during one of his midnight walks, he meets his doppelgänger (Jared Harris, "Mad Men").

16. In the FamilyUnited StatesDrama2 Hours 49 Mins

In this tender film about a father’s love, Joey lives happily with Cody and his 6-year-old son, Chip, but when Cody dies suddenly in a car accident, Joey must fight for custody of a boy he’s grown to love as his own son.

17. James WhiteUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 28 Mins

Self-destructive twenty-something James White (Christopher Abbott) tries to stay afloat in a frenzied New York City, but as his mother (Cynthia Nixon) battles a serious illness, James must take control of his life or risk imploding completely. Powerful drama directed by James Mond. Nominated for an Independent Spirit Award.

18. Light from LightUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 23 Mins

In this uniquely intimate ghost story, single mom and part-time paranormal investigator Shelia is hired by Richard to examine his Tennessee farmhouse. In searching for his wife’s spirit, Shelia ends up confronting the mysteries of her own life.

19. Listen Up PhilipUnited StatesComedy1 Hour 49 Mins

When a self-obsessed novelist (Jason Schwartzman) has problems with his novel and his girlfriend (Elisabeth Moss), he seeks refuge in his mentor's cottage where the peace and quiet allow him to focus on his favorite subject - himself. Directed by Alex Ross Perry, this 2014 film had its premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

20. Low DownUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 55 Mins

Based on Amy-Jo Albany’s memoir, Low Down is a compassionate look at the complex relationship between Amy-Jo (Elle Fanning) and her father Joe (John Hawkes), a man torn between his musical ambition, his devotion to his teenage daughter, and his suffocating heroin addiction. Set against a sensuously textured 1970s Hollywood, the film evokes a colorful, seedy world of struggling musicians and vagabonds, in which Joe and Amy-Jo strive to live the lives they want against insurmountable odds.

21. Meet The PatelsUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 28 Mins

In this real-life "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," an Indian-American man who is about to turn 30 gets help from his parents and extended family so he can start looking for a wife in the traditional Indian way. A comedic documentary that shows the place where family, faith and culture clashes with love and romance.

22. MonogamyUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 38 Mins

Anxious about his impending marriage to Nat (Rashida Jones) and thoroughly bored with his day job as a wedding photographer, Theo (Chris Messina) establishes a hobby: he's hired by clients to clandestinely snap voyeuristic photos of them as they go about their days. Things go smoothly until a sexy exhibitionist (Meital Dohan) leads him into an all-consuming obsession. As Theo stalks her, the woman's mysterious public trysts force him to confront uncomfortable truths about his sex life at home.

23. Only The YoungUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 10 Mins

The story of three teenagers that live in a small desert town in Southern California – a town dominated by foreclosed homes and underpasses, unfilled swimming pools and skate parks. These kids must find things to do in a place that offers nothing – yet in the course of observing their day-to-day lives, we see them discover friendship, first love, heartbreak, and what it means to be young. Tippet and Mims’ delicate, ethereal filmmaking embodies the very essence of adolescence.

24. Palo AltoUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 40 Mins

Emma Roberts and James Franco star in this unflinching portrait of adolescent lust, boredom, and self-destruction that centers around a shy young girl on the cusp of an illicit relationship with her soccer coach. Due to a lack of parental guidance, she ends up hanging out with a group of her peers, as they experiment with drugs, alcohol and sex. From director Gia Coppola, based on a series of short stories written by James Franco.

25. RADUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 33 Mins

The 1980s cult classic about a young man, Cru Jones, determined to overcome all obstacles to win the BMX race “Helltrack”. Recently restored in 4K. Directed by renowned stuntman, Hal Needham and starring Lori Loughlin and Talia Shire.

26. Recommended by EnriqueUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 27 Mins

In this neo-noir tale, an aspiring actress and a cowboy arrive in Del Rio, TX, with different pursuits. When their plans fall through, the border town becomes a strange way station where time seems to stand still and things are not what they seem.

27. RelaxerUnited StatesComedy1 Hour 31 Mins

Doom and gloom are on the way. The Y2K apocalypse can't be stopped. Abbie's older brother issues him the ultimate challenge before it goes down: beat the infamous level 256 in Pac-Man and no getting up from the couch until he does so. Abbie’s survival story begins here; inside a rotting living room with no food or water, and a revolving door of numb-nut friends and acquaintances. It’s The Exterminating Angel by way of Slacker.

28. River of GrassUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 16 Mins

In suburban Southern Florida, a disenchanted housewife named Cozy meets an aimless handyman named Lee at a bar. After an accidental shooting, the two decide to go on the run from the law but their personality flaws get in the way.

29. SantoallaUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 23 Mins

Progressive Dutch couple Martin Verfondern and Margo Pool had only one dream – to live off the land, far from the constraints and complications of the city. But, when they arrive in the crumbling, Spanish village of Santoalla, the foreigners challenge the traditions of the town's sole remaining family, igniting a decade-long conflict that culminates in Martin's mysterious disappearance. Andrew Becker and Daniel Mehrer's expertly crafted true crime film follows Margo as she unravels the puzzle.

30. Silent RoseUnited StatesDrama1 Hour

Filmed mostly in black and white, this is an intimate look at the students, teachers, and staff whose stories interweave in the landscape of modern high school. The students try to survive amidst lockdown drills, the rise of fake news on social media and their feelings about racial inequality. We meet a new teacher who is learning the ropes, a security guard dealing with scary new challenges and two students who are given the opportunity to open up an honest dialogue about race relations.

31. Sollers PointUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 42 Mins

The story of Keith (McCaul Lombardi), a twenty-four-year-old newly released from prison and living with his father (Jim Belushi) under house arrest in Baltimore. Keith is struggling to reestablish himself, and break free of the bonds forged behind bars, within a community scarred by unemployment, neglect and deeply entrenched segregation. He possesses an aggressive desire to get back on his feet, but as he taps into all his familiar resources, he finds that he may be reverting to his old ways.

32. Starred UpUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 46 Mins

Condemned to an adult prison, an explosively violent young man (Jack O'Connell) is forced to fight for survival as criminal forces attempt to control him for their own good. Help comes from the unlikeliest source, as his estranged father (Ben Mendelsohn) also serving time.

33. The Alchemist CookbookUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 22 Mins

Young outcast Sean has isolated himself in a trailer in the woods, setting out on alchemic pursuits, with his cat Kaspar as his sole companion. Filled with disdain for authority, he’s fled the daily grind and holed up in the wilderness, escaping a society that has no place for him. But when he turns from chemistry to black magic to crack nature’s secret, things go awry and he awakens something far more sinister and dangerous.

34. The FitsUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 13 Mins

Eleven-year-old tomboy Toni (a showstopping Royalty Hightower) is bewitched by the tight-knit dance team she sees practicing in the same Cincinnati gymnasium where she boxes. Enamored by the power and confidence of the strong community of girls, Toni eagerly absorbs the dance routines and masters drills from a distance, and even pierces her ears to fit in. But when a mysterious outbreak of fainting spells plagues the team, Toni’s desire for acceptance becomes more complicated.

35. The Glass MenagerieUnited StatesDrama2 Hours 15 Mins

From director Paul Newman comes this 1987 stage adaptation of the classic Tennessee Williams play about a young man’s recollections of the tragically codependent relationship between his aging, often delusional, mother and his painfully shy sister.

36. The Grief of OthersUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 43 Mins

After losing their baby 57 hours after birth, John and Ricky try to resume normal life, but long-suppressed doubts and secrets roil to the surface and their two kids begin acting out. Everything changes with the arrival of a surprise visitor.

37. The Hours and TimesUnited StatesDrama58 Mins

A fictional account of what might have happened in April 1963, when John Lennon and Beatles manager Brian Epstein traveled to Barcelona for an extended weekend getaway. In the four days they spend together, the suave Epstein (David Angus) and the provocative Lennon (Ian Hart) reflect on their lives as they explore the unique bond they share. A thoughtful meditation on friendship and sexuality, crafted around a brief moment in the lives of two extremely well-known pop figures.

38. The MessengerUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 53 Mins

Will Montgomery (Ben Foster) is a U.S. Army officer who has just been assigned to the Army's Casualty Notification service where he’s partnered with a fellow officer (Woody Harrelson). Will finds himself drawn to the grieving Olivia (Samantha Morton)

39. Thy Kingdom ComeUnited StatesDocumentary42 Mins

Conceived by Javier Bardem and filmmaker Eugene Richards following the filming of Terence Malick’s To The Wonder. Bardem plays a priest who listens to local residents of a small Oklahoma town share their stories, confessions and fears.

40. TranssiberianUnited KingdomDrama1 Hour 51 Mins

A Transsiberian train journey from China to Moscow becomes a thrilling chase of deception and murder when an American couple encounters a mysterious pair of fellow travelers. From director Brad Anderson, this award-winning films stars Woody Harrelson, Emily Mortimer, Sir Ben Kingsley and Kate Mara.

41. We Need To Talk About KevinUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 53 Mins

A gripping psychological thriller that explores the fractious relationship between a mother and her evil son. Tilda Swinton plays the mother, Eva, as she contends with the increasing malevolence of her first-born child, Kevin (Ezra Miller) and her strained relationship with her husband (John C. Reilly). Director Lynne Ramsay's masterful storytelling simultaneously combines a provocative moral ambiguity with a satisfying and compelling narrative, which builds to a chilling, unforgettable climax.

42. Welcome to Pine HillUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 21 Mins

Blurring the line between documentary and fiction, Welcome to Pine Hill follows Shannon, a reformed drug dealer who is now an insurance claims adjuster, in the days following a grim medical diagnosis. Shannon, portrayed in an extraordinarily intimate performance by first time actor Shannon Harper, sets out to make peace with those around him and in turn find his own peace beyond New York City. From acclaimed director Keith Miller, this is an extension of his earlier short film Prince/William.

43. Wendy and LucyUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 21 Mins

Wendy Carroll (Michelle Williams) is driving to Alaska, in hopes of a summer of work at the Northwestern Fish cannery and the start of a new life with her dog, Lucy. But, when her car breaks down in Oregon, her financial situation comes apart.

44. What Maisie KnewUnited StatesDrama1 Hour 39 Mins

In this modern adaptation of a Henry James novel, a young girl in New York City is caught in the middle of her neglectful parents’ nasty custody battle. From director Scott McGehee, it stars Academy Award® winner Julianne Moore, Alexander Skarsgård, Steve Coogan and Onata Aprile.

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