Just one new wide release film hits theaters alongside a gaggle of limited releases.
If you were expecting Hollywood to jump back into wide releases now that Tenet has tested the waters…you’re going to have to wait. Until October, in fact, as just three new wide releases are scheduled for September. With Wonder Woman 84 backing off its October release in favor of Christmas, it looks like Christopher Nolan’s leap of faith didn’t exactly inspire a lot of studios.
The Broken Hearts Gallery (Sep. 11)
After a break up, a young woman decides to start a gallery where people can leave trinkets from past relationships.
Limited Release (Sep. 11)
I Am Woman (Also VOD Sep. 11)
The story of 1970s musician and activist Helen Reddy.
Four people enter a corn maze for Halloween and are picked off one by one by the twisted family who own the scare attraction.
Find Your Voice
Find Your Voice is a celebration of family and culture as a young Maori rapper finds his voice, on his comical yet spiritual journey home.
Set in 1990, a lonely bachelor named David (Brian Landis Folkins) searches for an escape from the day-to-day drudgery of caring for his aging mother (Kathleen Brady). While seeking a partner through a video dating service, he discovers a strange VHS tape called Rent-A-Pal. Hosted by the charming and charismatic Andy (Wil Wheaton), the tape offers him much-needed company, compassion, and friendship. But, Andy’s friendship comes at a cost, and David desperately struggles to afford the price of admission.
Inspired by the true stories of New Zealand’s street gangs across 30 years, Savage follows Danny at three defining moments in his life as he grows from a boy into the violent enforcer of a gang.
A jaded psychotherapist returns to her first passion of becoming a writer.
Buoyancy (Kino Marquee)
Spirited 14-year-old Chakra works the rice fields with his family. He yearns for independence and seeks out a local broker who can get him paid work in a Thai factory. Without telling his family, Chakra travels to Bangkok to make his fortune. But when he gets there, he and his new friend Kea realize the broker has lied to them. Along with other Cambodians and Burmese, they are sold to a fishing captain as slaves.
Red, White, and Wasted (Sep. 11)
Red White & Wasted follows a family of mudding enthusiasts as the last mudhole in Orlando, Florida goes up in flames and they are forced to reconsider their way of life in a city that doesn’t have room for them anymore.
Space Dogs (Alamo at Home)
Laika, a stray dog, was the first living being to be sent into space and thus to certain death. According to a legend, she returned to Earth as a ghost and has roamed the streets of Moscow ever since. Following her trace, and filmed from a dog’s perspective, SPACE DOGS accompanies the adventures of her descendants: two street dogs living in today’s Moscow. Their story is one of intimate fellowship but also relentless brutality, and is interwoven with unseen archive material from the Soviet cosmic era. A magical tale of voyagers scouting for unknown spaces.
Video on Demand
Beats (Sep. 8)
Set against the backdrop of the 1994 Criminal Justice Act in Scotland, Beats follows two teenage friends as they venture to an illegal rave party to welcome their adulthood.
Evil Under the Skin (Sep. 8)
A mother and daughter head off for a secluded weekend to reconnect but little do they know the sordid past of the home they’re staying in let alone the strangeness it attracts as they descend into madness.
Range Runners (Sep. 8)
A woman thru-hiking an isolated trail runs into trouble when her pack is hijacked by two men hiding out in the woods, desperate and on the run. Now, stranded and left to fend for herself, she has a choice: crawl back to her normal life in defeat, or push forward and take back what was stolen from her.
The Standard (Sep. 8)
Ten special forces combat veterans and fifty civilians converge on Jacksonville Beach, for what is considered to be the toughest endurance event in the world. At 48+ hours and 80+ miles, the pass rate for participants is less than 2%. Inspired by Special Forces training, the event is not only a way to test one’s mettle, but it’s also an attempt to bridge the military-civilian divide. It is a roller coaster of emotions for both the candidates and the cadre.
So Much Love to Give (Netlfix, Sep. 9)
Fernando Ferro (Adrián Suar) is a prestigious traumatologist who can be considered a fortunate man: Every day he wakes up, he is hugged by the woman that loves him, has breakfast with his family and leaves to a job where he is liked and respected by his colleagues. Sounds like a perfect life. Well, almost perfect…he’s actually living a double life.