In her first starring role on the big screen, comedic actress Jillian Bell of 22 Jump Street and Rough Night plays Brittany, an unhappy and directionless ticket-taker who decides to make a change — by running a marathon.
Gemma Arterton (left) and Elizabeth Debicki (right) star as socialite Vita Sackville-West and novelist Virginia Woolf in this true story about the love affair behind one of Woolf's greatest works.
Kirill Mikhanovsky directs this dark comedy about a young Russian-American man (Chris Galust, pictured here with Lauren 'Lolo' Spencer) driving a medical transport van around Milwaukee.
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Danish journalist and TV personality Mads Brügger is on the hunt for evidence in this comic documentary about the 1961 death of United Nations Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjöld.
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Come on, rise up! Blinded by the Light follows first-generation British teen Javed (Viveik Kalra, center) as he discovers hope and Bruce Springsteen in 1980s Britain.
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Beekeeper Hatidze Muratova lives in a ruggedly mountainous area of Macedonia. She has a simple rule: When you harvest honey, you only take half — and leave the other half for the bees.
Hell(s Kitchen) hath no fury like a mob wife scorned: (L-R) Elisabeth Moss, Tiffany Haddish, and Melissa McCarthy star in New Line Cinema's drama The Kitchen.
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Kelvin Harrison Jr. (center) plays a former child soldier who lives with his adoptive family in Virginia and winds up in conflict with his high school history teacher (Octavia Spencer, left) and adoptive mother (Naomi Watts).
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