Seth Rogen is best friend to Joseph Gordon-Levitt in this cancer comedy. Based on the true story events of writer Will Reiser, a young man finds himself addressing mortality at a very young age from a exceedingly rare and fatal form of cancer. It's a buddy film and a love story wrapped tightly in the pain and reflection of mortality.
Seth Rogen is a Brooklyn journalist and Charlize Theron the U.S. Secretary of State in this latest film by director Jonathan Levine. Allusions to our current political climate abound in this comedy while a budding romance takes shape during the course of Mrs Theron's characters' run for the White House. An unlikely romance that will take its place in the pantheon of great modern romantic comedies.
Steven Soderbergh’s true story comedy about a multinational agribusiness employee going AWOL. No longer able to hide and lie, he becomes a haphazard informant helping to expose an industry that peddles in dishonestly for profit. A special font was designed to mimic the hand drawn font of 'Gambit', the 1962 film starring Shirley MacLane and Michael Caine.
Sony Pictures Television and HBO Documentary Films teamed up with Emmy Award winning director Thom Zimny to create the definitive two part film on the musical life of Elvis Presley. Steering clear of the tabloid driven image of Elvis, the film celebrates the life and art that makes Elvis Presley the musical icon he is.
Corruption and kidnapping in Sao Paulo Brazil is the font from which this harrowing documentary is born. Bullet-proofed cars, ear reconstruction surgery, a frog farm and a powerful politician are woven together in this masterful documentary that took home Best Documentary Feature at the Sundance Film Festival.
Men labor to build sports’ grandest stage in Qatar. A monument to the game they love so much has taken much of their lives away from them. Only the joy of play remains in this poignant and heartbreaking story of globalization and commodification, and the human collateral damage it leaves in its wake.
Netflix documentary City Of Joy explores the horrors of conflict and the unfathomable bravery and spirit of the women who have had to endure the unthinkable. Eve Ensler produces this Madeleine Gavin directed film that stars the amazing women and the amazing Dr Denis Mukwege, Nobel Pease Prize Winner of 2018.
A group of teens go out to a house in the woods to party. Bad things start happening. When the killing starts, it doesn’t end until we find ourselves in shock as the killer is revealed. All The Boys Love Mandy Lane lulls the audience with the genre tropes we have come to expect only to sideswipe us to reveal a truly terrifying psychological horror film experience.
Motor City Detroit is center stage in this dramatic examination of capitalism and industry adjusting to competition and capitalist greed. Academy Award Loki Films filmmakers, Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady put together a quiet affecting film that shows the slow motion decline of Americas industrial sector and the people who are most affected.
A chaotic dive into the bifurcated life of a Los Angeles doctor who serves the wealthy and powerful. Saving lives and cleaning up the mess, Dr. William Rush copes through self-medicating. Concealing damning secrets and pedaling in fast and loose pharmacology, Dr. Rush perfects a disturbing dance of turning the other cheek, padding his wallet, propelling his career, and all the while feed his own habit. A mad juggling act the audience knows is unsustainable and simply waits and watches for it to all implode.