We're here to help. Here's a guide to stuff you should be sure to catch at this year's festival, sorted by what drives you to the movies. Farwell Ave. Kinnickinnic Ave. Vliet St. Kenilworth Place. This year's festival has several movies that are their countries' official entries for this year's Academy Award for best foreign-language film, including:.
Written and directed by Rob Zombie. Brad Pitt stars as an astronaut searching for his father in the outer realms of the solar system. Written by James Gray, Ethan Gross. Directed by Gray. Twentieth Century Fox.
Written by John Rocco, Jenna Wright. Directed by Bob Shaye. Unique Features. Written by Derrick Borte, Daniel Forte. Directed by Borte.
Written by Matt Kane, Marc Underhill. Directed by Kane. Directed by Jacobson. Directed by Andrew Shea. HBO Documentary Films. Corporate Animals Co-workers on a team-building exercise are trapped by a cave-in in this horror comedy. Written by Sam Bain. Directed by Patrick Brice. Creator Julian Fellowes and the original cast bring the highbrow TV phenomenon to theaters as a visit from the King and Queen of England upends the lives of the Crawleys and their staff. Written by Fellowes. Directed by Michael Engler. Focus Features. Written and directed by Lucio Castro. Cinema Guild. Directed by Phillipe Lesage.
Film Movement. Written and directed by Paul Kampf.
Cinema Libre Studio. Directed by Adrian Grunberg. Written and directed by Jason Cabell. Quiver Distribution.
Say Amen, Somebody Restored version of documentary on gospel music. Directed by George T. Milestone Films. Written and directed by Dan Berk, Robert Olsen. Directed by Robert Luketic.
Use your own words, or search with titles, actors, directors, genres etc. Directed by Davy Rothbart. Written by Wes Tooke. Directed by Edo Bertoglio. Written by John Rocco, Jenna Wright. Written and directed by Mike Gunther. And you know who agrees?
Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures. Documentary traces the infamous attorney whose presence darkened the American political landscape from the s until his death in Directed by Matt Tyrnauer. Sony Pictures Classics. Directed by Franco. Teens attempt to reunite a lost young Yeti with his family in this animated adventure. Written and directed by Jill Culton.
Written and directed by Joe Begos. Dark Sky Films. Written by Chris Morris, Jesse Armstrong. Directed by Morris. With Michael Abbott Jr. Written by Billy Chew.
Director Daniel Scheinert. Directed by Takaski Miike. The Game Changers Documentary on the rise of plant-based eating among professional athletes. Featuring James Wilks. Directed by Louie Psihoyos. Written and directed by Etienne Kallos. Altered Innocence. Narrated by Woody Harrelson. Written and directed by Bill Haney.
Dada Films. Written by Tom Edge; based on a play by Peter Quilter. Directed by Rupert Goold. Directed by Carl Zitelmann. Written by Scott Z. Burns, based on the book by Jake Bernstein. Directed by Steven Soderbergh. Netflix, Oct. Written by Paolo Sorrentino, Umberto Contarello.
Directed by Sorrentino. Sundance Selects. Cleopatra Entertainment. Written and directed by Samantha Buck, Marie Schlingmann. Written by Kelvin Mao, Jeff Jingle.
Directed by Brian A. Narrated by Sarah Jessica Parker. Greenwich Entertainment. Written by Rob Lambert and Joe Varkle. Directed by Rob Lambert. Written by Michael Mitnick. Directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon. Directed by Barrese. Eddie Murphy stars as Rudy Ray Moore, who shot from failing comedian to Blaxploitation star in the s.
Written by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski. Directed by Craig Brewer.
Written and directed by Fatih Akin. Strand Releasing. Directed by Phillips. Written and directed by Kevin McMullin. Lucy in the Sky Natalie Portman stars as an astronaut whose experiences in space adversely affect her at home. Directed by Hawley. Fox Searchlight. Directed by Alexandre O. Written by Darren Lemke. Directed by Christopher Cantwell. Written and directed by Mike Gunther.