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Too Late 10:15 AMPurchase Tickets
Wildlike 12:15 PMPurchase Tickets
Man Vs Snake: The Long and Twisted Tale of Nibbler 12:45 PMPurchase Tickets
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Finding Noah Directed by Brent Baum
For over 2,000 years, man has been searching for the final resting place of Noah’s Ark. Though there have been many attempts, few have been able to fully explore the one place specifically noted in the Bible: Mount Ararat.
Too Late Directed by John Hawkes
Private investigator Mel Sampson (Academy Award Nominee John Hawkes) is tasked with tracking down the whereabouts of a missing woman from his own past. With this familiar setup, TOO LATE takes the spine of the classic private eye genre and tears it to pieces, weaving it back together into a tapestry of southern California and the menagerie of eccentric personalities and lost souls who inhabit it.
Wild Like Directed by Frank Hall Green
In this thrilling coming-of-age adventure, a troubled teen must face the dangers of the Alaskan wild, as well as her own past, in order to find her way home. Sent to stay with her uncle in Alaska while her mother is in treatment, 14-year-old Mackenzie (Ella Purnell) is forced to flee as her uncle’s attention turns threatening.
Man VS Snake Directed by Tim Kinzy
MAN VS SNAKE tells the story of Tim McVey (the gamer not the bomber) who in 1984, on a single quarter (and over forty four hours of non-stop play) was the first person in history to score over one billion points on a video game. This historic accomplishment led the City of Ottumwa to name a civic day in Tim’s honor (Tim McVey Day) and present him with the key to the city. Twenty-five-years later, when rumors of a higher score surface online, attributed to Italian kickboxing champion Enrico Zanetti, it calls into question everything Tim McVey has believed for decades and forces him to make a decision.
The Quiet Hour Directed by Stéphanie Joalland
Humans are few and far between since Earth was invaded by unseen extraterrestrial machines that harvest the planet’s natural resources and relentlessly kill its inhabitants. In a remote part of the countryside, where starved humans have become as dangerous as the alien machines hovering in the sky, a feisty 19 year old girl, Sarah Connolly, sets out on a desperate attempt to fight back a group of bandits and defend her parents’ farm, their remaining livestock, and the solar panels that keep them safe from extraterrestrials.
The Adderall Diaries Directed by Pamela Romanowsky
Based on the bestselling memoir by Stephen Elliott, The Adderall Diaries is the gripping and complex story of how an author’s fascination with a high-profile murder case leads him to come to terms with his troubled past while embarking on a potentially life-changing romance in the present.
The 33 Directed by Patricia Riggen
From Alcon Entertainment and Phoenix Pictures comes the unforgettable true story of “The 33.” In 2010, the eyes of the world turned to Chile, where 33 miners had been buried alive by the catastrophic explosion and collapse of a 100-year-old gold and copper mine. Over the next 69 days, an international team worked night and day in a desperate attempt to rescue the trapped men as their families and friends, as well as millions of people globally, waited and watched anxiously for any sign of hope.
Out In the Cold Directed by J.D. O’BRIEN
In Out in the Cold, director J.D. O’Brien and his friend John Koepke leave the comfort of their own homes to spend a week of Minnesota winter sleeping either on the streets or in homeless shelters as an opportunity to create experiential empathy with those who truly have to live without stable housing.
Thank You for Playing Directed by DAVID OSIT & MALIKA ZOUHALIWORRALL
When one-year-old Joel is diagnosed with terminal cancer, his father Ryan begins working on an unusual and poetic video game to honor Joel’s life.
Crush the Skull Directed by Viet Nguyen
On the surface, Ollie and Blair are a typical fun, young couple – comfortable enough to be constantly picking at each other’s flaws, secure enough to start making long-term plans together. They just happen to earn a dishonest living by breaking and entering into poorly secured, upper-class homes. After falling into debt when their last job goes comically, horribly awry, they find themselves having to pull one more last job.
Followed Directed by Michael Anderson
After receiving a musical fellowship in Los Angeles, David and Rachel decide to pack-up their Chicago apartment and set out for a new life. David, an amateur photographer, decides to document their travels across the country, starting with a going away party to send them off. The next day, in a moment alone, David divulges to the camera why he is really filming…he is going to ask Rachel to marry him. While shooting there last moments in town, David unknowingly captures incriminating activity of a mysterious man in the background.