- 94 min
Deals with 90 minutes in a kidnapped hostage's life, and the frustration his family, a special ops team, and a man in charge of delivering the ransom money all feel as they rush to save him.
- 95 min
Michael, an American professor teaching history at Moscow University, finances his passion for treasure hunting with competitive street racing. His racing nemesis Wolf becomes his ally as they both embark on a quest to search for a famous ancient Russian treasure. Written by Robert Madrid
- 95 min
Unstrung exposes the dramas of the juniors tennis world, hitting the road with a handful of teenage competitors as they head for the national championship.
- 102 min
From award-winning filmmaker Angelina Maccarone and starring German veteran actress Hannelore Elsner, "Vivere" is a romantic drama about three women on the run from their lives.
- 100 min
In pursuit of lost Civil War gold to save their fading ranch, two kids help an old woman solve the mystery of her past.
Without the King
- 84 min
Swaziland is Africa's last absolute monarchy and a nation at a dangerous crossroads. Wedged between South Africa and Mozambique, it is a tiny kingdom of enormous inequality and the world's highest HIV infection rate (43%). The people demand democracy and an end to starvation, while the king lives a life of luxury and rules by decree. With unprecedented access, we meet the royal family: Princess Sikhanyiso, a teenage rapper and eldest child; Queen LaMbikiza, a headstrong outsider and first of 12 wives; and King Mswati III, a distant figure out of touch with his home and country. Filmmaker Michael Skolnik captures the birth of a nation's revolution, and the dawning awareness of a young Swazi princess to the tragic backdrop to her lavish lifestyle.
- 97 min
The story centers on Peggy (Shannon), a happy-go-lucky secretary who lives alone with her beloved dog Pencil. But when Pencil unexpectedly dies, Peggy embarks on a journey of transformation.
- 76 min
"Zoo" is an extraordinary glimpse into the life of a seemingly normal Seattle family man whose secret sexual appetites led to his shocking death. Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Robinson Devor ("Woman Chaser," "Police Beat"), the film explores the ensuing media coverage and public outcry that uncovered a secret community of zoophiles, who call themselves "zoos." This expressionistic rendering of how apparently upstanding citizens banded together and videotaped their journey into the most taboo realms of behavior, reveals the enormous gulf between what we appear to be and who we really are.