1 ANGRY BLACK MAN R/Drama/Dir: Menelek Lumumba (Keith Stone Griffith, Daphne Danielle, Miguel A. Núñez Jr.) A drama about systemic racism set at a fictional liberal arts college in Maine. Mike, a senior, is arrested for a crime he didn’t commit and then freed; he remains angry and frustrated. Back in the classroom, he becomes part of a conversation about gender dynamics, racism and class, as well as a discussion of the works of four iconic black intellectuals.

16 BARS Not Rated/Documentary/Dir: Sam Bathrick In a Virginia jail’s makeshift recording studio, four men collaborate on an album with Grammy-winning recording artist Todd “Speech” Thomas of the hip-hop group Arrested Development. A rare testimony to the raw and messy truth behind the criminal justice system’s revolving door.

CAPONE R/Biography/Dir: Josh Trank (Tom Hardy, Linda Cardellini, Matt Dillon) Al Capone is in Florida, released after 10 years in prison due to his poor health. Syphilitic, he lives with his wife in diminishing circumstances, both mentally and financially. He says he stashed $10 million before his arrest, but he can’t remember where.

CAPITAL IN THE 21ST CENTURY Not Rated/Documentary/Dir: Justin Pendleton (Thomas Piketty) Based on the international best-seller by economist Thomas Piketty that challenges the popular assumption that the accumulation of capital runs hand in hand with social progress and shines a new light on today’s growing inequalities.

CONSERVING MAINE’S COAST: FROM A RIPPLE TO A ROAR Not Rated/Documentary/Dir: Mark Ireland The story of coastal conservation in Maine brings together fragile habitats and threatened ecosystems, stunning beauty and places for recreation, abundant (but often dwindling) natural resources and the livelihoods of many people. Less than one percent of Maine’s coast offers guaranteed public access; conservationists are fighting to save the few remaining parcels.

CRSHD Not Rated/Comedy/Dir: Emily Cohn (Isabelle Barbier, Deeksha Ketkar, Sadie Scott) A sex comedy that follows three first-year college friends as they set out to attend a “crush party” so one of them can lose her virginity before the end of the semester.

DA 5 BLOODS R/Drama/Dir: Spike Lee (Chadwick Boseman, Jean Reno, Paul Walter Hauser) Four African American veterans return to Vietnam decades after the war to find their squad leader’s remains — and a stash of buried gold.

DIANA KENNEDY: NOTHING FANCY Not Rated/ Documentary/Dir: Elizabeth Carroll (José Andrés, Gabriela Camara, Diana Kennedy) Features extensive interviews with Diana Kennedy and some famed chefs. Diana Kennedy, now 94 years old, is a leading expert on Mexican cuisine. The author of nine acclaimed cookbooks and a two-time James Beard Award winner, she has been dubbed the “Julia Child of Mexico” but the feisty cook prefers “The Mick Jagger of Mexican Cuisine.”

HAIL SATAN? Not Rated/Documentary/Dir: Penny Lane (Jex Blackmore, Chalice Blythe, Nicholas Crowe) Media-savvy members of the Satanic Temple organize a series of public actions designed to advocate for religious freedom and challenge authority.

THE KING OF STATEN ISLAND R/Dramedy/Dir: Judd Apatow (Pete Davidson, Bel Powley, Ricky Velez) Scott has had a case of arrested development ever since his firefighter father died when he was 7. He’s now reached his mid-20s having achieved little, chasing a dream of becoming a tattoo artist and still living with his mother. When she starts dating a loudmouth firefighter, it sets off a chain of events that will force Scott to grapple with his grief and take his first tentative steps toward moving forward in life.

MILITARY WIVES PG-13/Comedy/Dir: Peter Cattaneo (Kristin Scott Thomas, Sharon Horgan, Emma Lowndes) A group of women from different backgrounds whose partners are away serving in Afghanistan come together to form the first military wives’ choir and quickly find themselves on an international stage.

SOMEONE, SOMEWHERE Not Rated/Comedy/Dir: Cédric Klapisch (François Civil, Ana Girardot, Camille Cottin) Two young Parisians who have never met live in the same neighborhood. Both are lonely and depressed — and they might be just right for one another. They finally meet, in the last frame. And then?