For filmmaker Zoe (Lily James), dating apps deliver disappointment. Then her friend Kazim (Shazad Latif) chooses an arranged marriage. As Zoe films his journey, she wonders if she might learn something from another approach to finding love in What's Love Got To Do With It?
It's Bambi meets Apocalypse Now in Unicorn Wars, the provocative and darkly beautiful horror comedy from Alberto Vázquez (Birdboy: The Forgotten Children). Teddy bears have been locked in an ancestral war against their sworn enemy, the unicorns, with the promise that victory will usher in a new era. As the rigors and humiliation of teddy bear bootcamp turn to the psychedelic horrors of a combat tour in the Magic Forest, their complicated history and increasingly strained relationship will determine the fate of the entire war.
When Tim Walker attends a legendary Mozart boarding school, he discovers a magical portal into the fantastic world of Mozart’s famed The Magic Flute, where imagination has no limits and the Queen of the Night (Sabine Devieilhe) reigns. The Magic Flute (2022) is a fantastical modern reimagining of the classic opera.
Thirteen years after Yang Jian imprisoned his sister, the once-powerful hero also known as Erlang Shen now scrapes by as a poor bounty hunter. When a mysterious woman hires him, Yang Jian soon finds himself chasing down a familiar figure. He must stop Chenxiang, his long-lost nephew, who searches for a powerful, but dangerous artifact. As Yang Jian confronts his past, he must face treacherous vigilantes seeking to bring catastrophic destruction in New Gods: Yang Jian.
When the host of a failing children's science show tries to fulfill his childhood dream of becoming an astronaut by building a rocket ship in his garage, a series of bizarre events occur that cause him to question his own reality in Linoleum.
When the Nuremberg Laws are passed forbidding Jews to own pets, Kaleb, a German Shepherd, is separated from his Jewish family and his beloved 10-year-old master Joshua (August Maturo) in Shepherd: The Story Of A Hero Dog. Kaleb is alone and on the streets – until he is captured and eventually adopted by an SS dog trainer (Ken Duken) at a Nazi work camp where Kaleb will now be trained to help round up Jews.
Born to an esteemed family, Inu-oh is afflicted with an ancient curse that has left him on the margins of society. When he meets the blind musician Tomona, a young biwa priest haunted by his past, Inu-oh discovers a captivating ability to dance. The pair quickly become inseparable friends as crowds flock to their electric, larger-than-life concerts. But when those in power threaten to break up the band, Inu-oh and Tomona must dance and sing to uncover the truth behind their creative gifts.
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