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Directors:Rhys Fehrenbacher, Koohyar Hosseini, Nicole Coffineau, Norma Moruzzi, Diana Torres, Evan Gray, Drew Sheil, Leyla Mofleh, Mohammad Aghebati, Alma Sinai, Arian Naghshineh, Ava Naghshineh, Aerik Jahangiri, Farid Kossari, Kaveh Ehsani
Fourteen-year-old J goes by the pronoun 'They' and lives with their parents in the suburbs of Chicago. J is exploring their gender identity while taking hormone blockers to postpone puberty. After two years of medication and therapy, J has to make a decision whether or not to transition. Over this crucial weekend while their parents are away, J's sister Lauren and her maybe/maybe-not Iranian partner Araz arrive to take care of 'They.'
Directors:Mary Joy Apostol, Ku Aquino, John Arcilla, Arnold Reyes
Genres:Comedy, Music, Documentary
"Birdshot" is a mystery-thriller film that tells a story of a young Filipina farm girl who wanders into the boundaries of a Philippine reservation forest. Deep within the reservation she mistakenly shoots and kills a critically endangered and protected Philippine Eagle. As the local authorities begin a manhunt to track down the poacher of a national bird, their investigation leads them to an even more horrific discovery.
Directors:Mehmet Özgür, Berkay Ates, Tülin Özen, Müfit Kayacan, Ozan Akbaba, Fatih Sevdi, Mustafa Kirantepe, Yavuz Pekman, Ahmet Melih Yilmaz, Ararat Mor, Sansli, Emrah Ozdemir
Amid the intense political violence of Istanbul, Kadir is released on parole two years early on the condition that he become an informant for the police gathering terrorist informations, activities, and searching for bombs on trash cans.
Directors:Alain Saadeh, Fouad Yammine, Wissam Fares, Tarek Yaacoub, Alexandra Kahwagi, Georges Hayeck, Marcel Ghanem, Fadi Abi Samra, Georges Nasser, Bilal Khaled, Abdo Chahine, Rachid Salloum, Lea Bou Chaaya, Joseph Azrak, Douglas Thompson
Actors:Mir-Jean Bou Chaaya
Brothers Ziad (Alain Saadeh) and Joe (Tarek Yaacoub) run a small but lucrative drug dealing business out of their takeout pizzeria in one of Beirut's working class districts. With their youngest brother Jad (Wissam Fares) about to be released from prison - where he was serving a sentence for a crime that Ziad had committed - Ziad plans to go straight by using their coke-peddling profits to open a restaurant. But Ziad's supplier, a powerful drug lord who is none too keen to see his dealers retire, convinces the brothers to take on one last job.
Directors:Günes Sensoy, Doga Zeynep Doguslu, Tugba Sunguroglu, Elit Iscan, Ilayda Akdogan, Nihal G. Koldas, Ayberk Pekcan, Bahar Kerimoglu, Burak Yigit, Erol Afsin, Suzanne Marrot, Serife Kara, Aynur Komecoglu, Sevval Aydin, Enes Sürüm
Actors:Deniz Gamze Ergüven
Early summer. In a village in northern Turkey, Lale and her four sisters are walking home from school, playing innocently with some boys. The immorality of their play sets off a scandal that has unexpected consequences. The family home is progressively transformed into a prison; instruction in homemaking replaces school and marriages start being arranged. The five sisters who share a common passion for freedom, find ways of getting around the constraints imposed on them.
Directors:Firdaus Rahman, Wan Hanafi Su, Mastura Ahmad, Boon Pin Koh, Nickson Cheng, Crispian Chan, Gerald Chew, Ong Chao Hong, Gemia Foo, Sean Tobin
Aiman is a 28-year-old Malay correctional officer who is recently transferred to the territory's top prison. He lives with his older sister Suhaila in a modest housing estate. At his new workplace, Aiman begins to take an interest in a 65-year-old sergeant named Rahim. Soon, it is revealed that the charismatic Rahim is actually the long-serving chief executioner of the prison. Rahim also takes notice of the principled and diligent Aiman. When Rahim's assistant suddenly quits, he asks Aiman to become his apprentice. Aiman tells Suhaila of his new job position, but Suhaila becomes upset, as their father was actually executed by Rahim. Aiman knew this all along. Can Aiman overcome his conscience and a haunted past to possibly take over as the next chief executioner?
Directors:Rediat Amare, Kidist Siyum, Welela Assefa, Rahel Teshome, Surafel Teka, Indris Mohamed, Bitania Abraham, Mihiratu Alemu, Beletu Atenafu, Tigist Bayu, Fetle Berhanu, Tsegaye Birhanu, Rohama Demesa, Rohama Demise, Alem Desalegn
When Ephraim, an Ethiopian boy, is sent from his homeland to live with distant relatives, he takes his beloved sheep with him. One day, his uncle announces that he will have to sacrifice his sheep for the upcoming religious feast, but Ephraim is ready to do anything to save his only friend and return home.
Directors:Narges Rashidi, Avin Manshadi, Bobby Naderi, Ray Haratian, Arash Marandi, Bijan Daneshmand, Sajjad Delafrooz, Behi Djanati Atai, Hamid Djavadan, Soussan Farrokhnia, Aram Ghasemy, Nabil Koni, Amir Ranjbar, Houshang Ranjbar
As a mother and daughter struggle to cope with the terrors of the post-revolution, war-torn Tehran of the 1980s, a mysterious evil begins to haunt their home.
Directors:Oulaya Amamra, Déborah Lukumuena, Kevin Mischel, Jisca Kalvanda, Yasin Houicha, Majdouline Idrissi, Bass Dhem, Farid Larbi, Maryama Soumare, Wilfried Romoli, Tania Dessources, Mounir Amamra, Samir Zbrouki, Mohamed Ourdache, Garba Tounkara
A street teenager from a dysfunctional family from a banlieue (HLMs) in Paris comes across a young dancer who turns her life upside down.
Directors:Liam Neeson, Salma Hayek, John Krasinski, Alfred Molina, Quvenzhané Wallis, Frank Langella, John Kassir, Loreto Peralta, Assaf Cohen, Terri Douglas, Gunnar Sizemore, Leah Allers, Caden Armstrong
Actors:Roger Allers, Gaëtan Brizzi
Exiled artist and poet Mustafa embarks on a journey home with his housekeeper and her daughter; together the trio must evade the authorities who fear that the truth in Mustafa's words will incite rebellion.
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