AMMONITE R/Drama/Dir: Francis Lee (Kate Winslet, Saoirse Ronan, Gemma Jones) In the 1840s, acclaimed self-taught palaeontologist Mary Anning works alone on the Southern English coast, hunting for common fossils to sell to rich tourists. One tourist entrusts her with the care of his young wife, who is recuperating from a personal tragedy. The women embark on a passionate love affair.

BABY, DONE NR/Comedy/Dir: Curtis Vowell (Rose Matafeo, Matthew Lewis, Emily Barclay) When Tim and Zoe find out they are having a baby, they resolve that parenthood won’t change them. Tim runs toward being a dad, but Zoe, worried that her life won’t be her own anymore, is determined to tick off a list of their wildest dreams before the baby arrives.

BLISS R/Sci-Fi/Dir: Mike Cahill (Owen Wilson, Salma Hayek, Nesta Cooper) After recently being divorced and then fired, Greg meets the mysterious Isabel, a woman living on the streets and convinced that the polluted, broken world around them is nothing but a computer simulation. Doubtful at first, Greg eventually discovers there may be some truth to Isabel’s take on reality.

A GLITCH IN THE MATRIX NR/Documentary/Dir: Rodney Ascher (Nick Bostrom, Joshua Cooke, Erik Davis) What if we are living in a simulation, and the world as we know it is not real? Filmmaker Rodney Ascher takes a noted speech given by sci-fi author Philip K. Dick as a springboard into a rabbit hole of science, philosophy and conspiracy theory.

MINARI PG-13/Drama/Dir: Lee Isaac Chung (Steven Yeun, Yeri Han, Alan S. Kim) A Korean-American family moves to an Arkansas farm in search of the American dream. The family home changes completely with the arrival of their sly, foul-mouthed, but incredibly loving grandmother. The family proves resilient as they learn what really makes a home.

MUSEUM TOWN NR/Documentary/Dir: Jennifer Trainer (Laurie Anderson, John Barrett, Simeon Bruner) In 2017, MASS MoCA became the largest museum for contemporary art in the world. Just 30 years before, its abandoned buildings were relics of a shuttered factory. Along with interviews, the film also looks at the artistic process itself, tracking the work and ideas of artist Nick Cave as he creates his installation “UNTIL.”

NEWS OF THE WORLD PG-13/Drama/Dir: Paul Greengrass (Tom Hanks, Steve Boyles, Helena Zengel) A wandering Civil War veteran crosses paths with a 10-year-old girl taken in by the Kiowa people six years earlier and raised as one of their own. Hostile to a world she’s never experienced, she is being returned to her biological aunt and uncle against her will. The veteran agrees to deliver her; they face tremendous challenges on their way.

NOMADLAND R/Drama Dir: Chloé Zhao (Frances McDormand, David Strathairn, Linda May) Following the economic collapse of a company town in rural Nevada, Fern packs her van and sets off on the road exploring a life outside of conventional society as a modern-day nomad. The film features real nomads as Fern’s mentors and comrades in her exploration through the vast landscape of the American West.

ONE NIGHT IN MIAMI R/Drama/Dir: Regina King (Kingsley Ben-Adir, Eli Goree, Aldis Hodge) A fictional account of a night when Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke and Jim Brown gathered to discuss their roles in the civil rights movement and cultural upheaval of the ’60s.

SON OF THE SOUTH PG-13/Drama/Dir: Barry Alexander Brown (Julia Ormond, Lucy Hale, Lucas Till) A grandson of a Klansman comes of age in the Deep South and eventually joins the civil rights movement. Based on Bob Zellner’s autobiography “The Wrong Side of Murder Creek.”

SUPERNOVA R/Drama/Dir: Harry Macqueen (Colin Firth, Stanley Tucci, Pippa Haywood) Sam and Tusker, partners of 20 years, are traveling across England in their camper visiting friends, family and places from their past. Following a life-changing diagnosis, their time together has become more important than ever until secret plans test their love like never before.

SWEDED FILM FEST FOR CREATIVE RECREATIONS NR/Comedy/Dir: Brian Mendelssohn (Matthew Carlins, Dan Carretta, Gabriel Cisneros) Zero-budget, amateur, homemade, zany, creative, weird and hilarious: the festival features fan-made, five-minute versions of “Die Hard,” “No Country for Old Men,” “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” and other films.