Sins of Our Youth
Director: Gary Edmund
Cast: Joel Courtney, Lucas Till, Mitchel Musso, Bridger Zadina and Ally Sheedy
“Sins of Our Youth” is the story of four teenagers who accidentally murder a younger boy while shooting off assault weapons recreationally and the perilous decisions they make in the wake of the murder.
In a moment of desperation, paranoia, and fear that they’re lives are over, the four teenagers struggle to find a way out. They drunkenly construct a plan reminiscent of a video-game plot. While the plan never comes into fruition, it is the catalyst for deep confusion that leads to a gruesome conclusion in this modern-day Greek tragedy.
Based on Brent Hartinger's best-selling critically acclaimed novel, Geography Club is a smart, fast, and funny account of contemporary teenagers as they discover their own sexual identities, dreams, and values. 16-year old Russell is still going on dates with girls while having a secret relationship with football quarterback Kevin, who will do anything to prevent his football teammates from finding out. Min and Terese tell everyone that they're just really good friends. And then there's Ike who can't figure out who he is or who he wants to be. Finding the truth too hard to hide, they all decide to form the Geography Club, thinking nobody else in their right mind would ever want to join. However, their secrets may soon be discovered and they could have to face the choice of revealing who they really are.
GRASSROOTS. True story. A short-tempered, unemployed music critic who likes to dress as a polar bear thinks he can harness the power of the people to ride the monorail to political victory in Seattle. And he’s right. Almost.
It’s before Twitter, before the flash mob, before Obama. It’s 2001, and political unknown Grant Cogswell decides he must take down Seattle City Councilman Richard McIver. Grant has only one dream, but it’s a big one: an elegant monorail gliding silently above the city’s wet streets, with only a tiny footprint – “like a kids’ lemonade stand!” – on the ground. He is apoplectic with rage over McIver’s mass transit proposal: a ground rail train he thinks will destroy lower class neighborhoods, wreak environmental harm on the local salmon population, and destroy the city.
Grant has no campaign contributors, a tendency toward outbursts of profanity, and a snowball’s chance in hell – until he lures recently fired alternative-weekly reporter Phil Campbell to run his campaign.
Save The Date
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Genres: Comedy | Romance
Director: Michael Mohan
Cast: Lizzy Caplan, Alison Brie, Martin Starr
After an ill-timed and very public marriage proposal, fiercely independent Sarah (Caplan) breaks up with her overeager boyfriend Kevin (Arend). Sarah turns to her sister Beth (Brie) for support, but Beth is too busy obsessing over the details of her own wedding to Kevin's band mate, Andrew (Starr). When Sarah suddenly finds herself caught up in an intense rebound romance with the adorable Jonathan (Webber), she is forced to examine her own fears of commitment and vulnerability. With honesty, heart, and humor, all five struggle with the trials, happiness, and pain of modern love. In the end Sarah must decide - is it better to stay safely single or to risk it all on love?
Wild About Harry
Genres: Drama | Family
Director: Gwen Wynne
Cast: Tate Donovan, Adam Pascal, Danielle Savre
Father Vs Son
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Director: Joe Ballarini
Cast: Josh Dean, Heather Stephens, Paul Wolff
HITPARKUT (Dissolution) combines an almost surreal fairy-tale energy with brutal black and white realism to explore the condition of violence which permeates contemporary Israeli society. Shot is Yafo (the predominantly Arab area of Tel Aviv), the movie follows the moral collapse and first glimmer of redemption, of a young, morose Israeli Jew, played brilliantly by Israeli actor DIDI FIRE