Summertime (La Belle Saison)

Genre: Drama.
Film category: Feature.

Length: 105 minutes

Summertime spans a romance that launches in the vibrant Paris of the early 1970s, when feminist activity flourished in the city, and moves to take root in the beautiful French CONTINUE

Akron

Genre: Drama.
Film category: Feature.

Length: 87 minutes

The fierce bonds of family are tested against the temptations of love when Benny (Matthew Frias), a Mexican-American medical student at the University of Akron, and Christopher (Edmund Donovan), a CONTINUE

AWOL

Genre: Drama.
Film category: Feature.

Length: 85 minutes

Joey (Lola Kirke) is a bright young woman living in a small town. When her mom suggests that she join the army, Joey agrees. It turns out that the military CONTINUE

Southwest of Salem

Genre: Documentary.
Film category: Feature.

Length: 91 minutes

San Antonio Texas, 1994. Four Latina lesbians live through a modern-day witch hunt and the “last gasp of satanic ritual abuse panic” as they are accused—and unjustly convicted—of the sexual CONTINUE

Gayby Baby

Genre: Documentary.
Film category: Feature.

Length: 85 minutes

Featuring an endearing cast of eloquent kids, Gayby Baby is an honest, heartwarming look at growing up in a world where your very existence is political. The first feature film CONTINUE

Spa Night

Genre: Drama.
Film category: Feature.

Length: 97 minutes

Spa Night is Andrew Ahn’s second film to premiere at Sundance Film Festival (after Dol) to great reception. Inspired by Ahn’s own personal experiences, this nuanced family drama brings the CONTINUE

Weekends

Genre: Documentary.
Film category: Feature.

Length: 98 minutes

“If G-Voice was a man he’d be an attractive badass,” says one of the subjects near the beginning of Weekends, Lee Dong-ha’s documentary about a South Korean gay men’s choir. CONTINUE

Where Are You Going, Habibi? (Wo Willst Du Hin, Habibi?)

Genre: Drama.
Film category: Feature.

Length: 79 minutes

Romance alert: “habibi” is a term of affection that means “my love” in Arabic and Turkish. In the follow-up to his award-winning short, Das Phallometer (VQFF ’14), writer/director Tor Iben CONTINUE

Retake

Genre: Date Night.
Film category: Feature.

Length: 98 minutes

How do you make sure you’ll never forget the happiest moments of your life? A mysterious middle-aged man picks up a young, vibrant hustler in San Francisco with the intention CONTINUE

Paris 05:59: Théo et Hugo

Genre: Date Night.
Film category: Feature.

Length: 97 minutes

The 2009 winners of the Prix Jean Vigo, Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau (Jeanne and the Perfect Guy) create what Variety has called their “boldest and best movie so far”. CONTINUE