Released April 13 —

PG-13/Biography/Dir: Barry Alexander Brown (Lucas Till, Brian Dennehy, Michael Sirow) In this true story set during the civil rights movement in the ’60s, a Klansman’s grandson is forced to face the rampant racism of his own culture. Defying his family and White Southern norms, he embraces the fight against social injustice, repression and violence to change the world he was born into.

Recent Releases —

A CALL TO SPY PG-13/Drama/Dir: Lydia Dean Pilcher (Sarah Megan Thomas, Stana Katic, Radhika Apte) At the beginning of WWII, British women were recruited and trained as spies with the mission to conduct sabotage and build a resistance. “Spymistress” Vera Atkins recruits two unusual candidates: Virginia Hall, an ambitious American with a wooden leg, and Noor Inayat Khan, a Muslim pacifist. All three women were historical figures, and the film is inspired by true events.

BARB AND STAR GO TO VISTA DEL MAR PG-13/Comedy/Dir: Josh Greenbaum (Kristen Wiig, Annie Mumolo, Jamie Dornan) After losing their jobs, lifelong friends Barb and Star decide to leave their small Midwestern town for the first time and travel to Florida. There, they encounter adventure, love and a villain’s plot to kill everyone in town.

HEARTS AND BONES NR/Drama/Dir: Ben Lawrence (Hugo Weaving, Andrew Luri, Hayley McElhinney) A war photographer has just returned home to prepare for his latest exhibition when a South Sudanese refugee appears at his door with a request that he not exhibit any photographs of the massacre in his village, taken 15 years earlier. What emerges is an unlikely friendship.

THE LAST SHIFT R/Comedy/Dir: Andrew Cohn (Richard Jenkins, Shane Paul McGhie, Da’Vine Joy Randolph) Stanley, an aging fast-food worker, plans to call it quits after 38 years. His last weekend takes a turn while he trains his replacement, Jevon, a talented but stalled young writer whose provocative politics keep landing him in trouble. A flicker of comradery sparks during the long overnight hours in a quiet kitchen.

THE LAST VERMEER R/Drama/Dir: Dan Friedkin (Guy Pearce, Claes Bang, Vicky Krieps) The true story of a soldier’s investigation of a renowned Dutch artist accused of selling art, particularly masterpieces by Vermeer, to Nazis during World War II.

THE LITTLE PRINCE PG/Animation/Dir: Mark Osborne (Jeff Bridges, Mackenzie Foy, Rachel McAdams) The Saint-Exupéry classic becomes the center of a story within a story about a little girl who lives with her mother among other adults. Her neighbor, the Aviator, introduces her to a world where anything is possible, the world of the Little Prince.

LOVE, WEDDINGS & OTHER DISASTERS PG-13/Comedy/Dir: Dennis Dugan (Maggie Grace, Jeremy Irons, Diane Keaton) A romantic comedy with several stories about people who work on weddings to create the perfect day for a loving couple; their own relationships are outlandish, odd, and far from perfect.

OUR FRIEND R/Drama/Dir: Gabriela Cowperthwaite (Casey Affleck, Dakota Johnson, Jason Segel) A journalist’s life is upended when his wife is diagnosed with terminal cancer. As his responsibilities as a caretaker and a parent become increasingly overwhelming, the couple’s best friend Dane offers to come and help. Dane’s kindness and support allow the family to find grace in the midst of despair. Based on a true story.

PINOCCHIO PG-13/Drama/Dir: Matteo Garrone (Federico Ielapi, Roberto Benigni, Rocco Papaleo) The classic Italian tale, in a sumptuous Italian production. A puppet, Pinocchio, magically comes to life with dreams of becoming a real boy. Easily led astray, he stumbles from one misadventure to another.

PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN R/Crime/Dir: Emerald Fennell (Carey Mulligan, Bo Burnham, Alison Brie) A black comedy about a disaffected young woman who dropped out of medical school after her best friend was raped. Amidst a cheery-looking backdrop of candied pastel hues, she lures young men and then humiliates them, wishing to avenge her friend. Things turn violent.

ZAPPA Not Rated/Documentary/Dir: Alex Winter (David Bowie, George Harrison, Mick Jagger) A look at the private life and times of the innovative musician. With the help of more than 10,000 dedicated Frank Zappa fans, the filmmakers preserved and digitized thousands of hours of unreleased material from private archives to create the first authorized documentary about Zappa’s musical career.