“Thoroughly engaging.” —Variety

Sometime in the 1960s, two Filipina-American sisters got together with other teenage girls to play music. Little did they know their garage band would evolve into the legendary rock group Fanny, the first all-women band to release an LP with a major record label. But despite this achievement, Fanny's groundbreaking impact in music was written out of history... until now.

“A marvel befitting its title.” —The Playlist

When the young, beautiful Cristina Tofan sneaks away from her isolated convent on a personal matter and fails to return, Marius Preda, a police detective is called in to methodically retrace her steps. His investigation gradually uncovers clues and revelations leading not only to the unfathomable truth behind Cristina’s mysterious actions, but possibly, to an actual miracle as well.

“A sharp dark comedy.” —AwardsWatch

In this acerbic teen comedy, a funeral becomes a battleground between best friends Carrie Lowstein (Madeline Grey DeFreece) and Hannah Rosen (Rachel Sennott). Amidst a "talk-back" session hosted by their synagogue to help students grieve the loss of a classmate, Hannah convinces Carrie to practice kissing with her, unlocking feelings that turn Carrie's world upside down.

 


 

“A tender comment on sexuality.” —The Upcoming

Nora, a shy 14-year-old Berlin girl, will never forget this way too hot summer. Surrounded by people from different cultures and backgrounds, she makes her way into adulthood. Nora gets her first period, falls in love with another girl, learns to stand up for herself and gets her heart broken for the first time. When summer ends, things will never be the same again for Nora.

“Superbly acted.” —The Film Stage

After years of distance, twenty-something Artemis decides to return to Athens and care for her father following the sudden decline in his health. Upon the discovery of a well-kept secret, she finally begins to understand the complicated man she never really knew and the underlying love that the two of them share.

“Witty, compassionate.” —The Hollywood Reporter

Ghanaian-American Sarah Obeng (Nana Mensah) is ready to abandon her Ivy League doctoral program and follow her married lover across the country when her mother's sudden death interrupts her plans and leaves her the owner of a Christian bookstore in the Pelham Parkway section of the Bronx where she was raised.