“A striking, impressive debut.” —Screen Zealots

On a dark night, Xueming hits a pedestrian with his car and flees the scene. Desperate to escape his feelings of guilt, he decides to approach the dead man's wife, Mrs Liang. Meanwhile, the body is discovered - riddled with bullets. Chen, the detective in charge of the investigation, becomes obsessed with the case. Years later, all three remain caught in a tangled web.

“An enthralling coming of age story.” —IndieWire

On the subtropical Japanese island of Amami, traditions about nature remain eternal. During the full-moon night of traditional dances in August, 16-year-old Kaito discovers a dead body floating in the sea. His girlfriend Kyoko attempts to help him understand this mysterious discovery. Together, they learn to become adults by experiencing the interwoven cycles of life, death, and love.

“Leaves everyone on a high.” —Vogue

Socially awkward teenager AJ begrudgingly joins her family on a seaside vacation. She finds herself constantly at odds with her painfully "normal" mother and older sister, neither of whom can understand why she doesn't smile more or "dress like a girl." Her anticipated "week of hell" takes an unexpected turn when Isla, a free-spirited lifeguard, catches her eye.



“Ominous and vibrant.” —Los Angeles Times

Paris, summer 1942. Irene (Rebecca Marder) is a 19-year-old aspiring actress without a care in the world. Her family watches her discover friends, new love, and a passion for the theater, all the while without her realizing that time is running out. Legendary French actress Sandrine Kiberlain makes her directorial debut with this allegorical coming-of-age drama set in Nazi-occupied France.

“Comes full circle.” —The Times of Israel

Can a leader succeed in influencing the world? In this remarkable film, 78-year-old controversial former prime minister Ehud Barak observes with disillusioned clarity his own history and the history of the State of Israel. Twenty years after the failure of the 2000 Camp David summit, Barak looks back on his life and analyzes the Israeli reality with a critical eye.

“Paints a man with complexity.” —Film Critik

Presented in the style of a political thriller, this compelling documentary follows the incredible events that elevated former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmer to power and then set the stage for his epic fall, creating a revealing portrait of a multifaceted man and providing a behind-the-scenes look at the mechanisms and machinations that control politics, justice, war and peace.



“Riveting. Beautifully presented.” —Variety

Di is a 12-year-old girl living in a village lost in the mist-shrouded Northwest Vietnamese mountains. She belongs to the Hmong ethnic minority where women get married very young, enduring the controversial tradition of "bride-kidnapping." One night, when the young girl’s parents return home from celebrating the Lunar New Year, they are shocked to find Di has disappeared.

“Both probing and respectful.” —POV Magazine

Every year, over 60,000 young missionaries from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are sent across the world to preach their gospel. Sundance Film Festival selection THE MISSION follows four Latter-day Saints teenagers from their training in Utah to their missions in Finland, home of Europe’s most private and secular people.

“Both revelatory and tragic.” —Kveller

SHTETLERS tells the secret story of small Jewish towns in the former Soviet Union. These towns, or shtetls as they were called, were once home to the world's largest Jewish population. In those small and remote towns of the Soviet interior, hidden from the world outside of the Iron Curtain, the traditional Jewish life continued for decades after it disappeared everywhere else.