Allison Janney stars as Sue Buttons, an underappreciated suburban wife, who, after her husband goes missing, gets a taste of being a local celebrity as she embarks on a city-wide search in Yuba County to find him.
Watch the new trailer for Call Me Brother, an offbeat indie comedy starring Saturday Night Live’s Andrew Dismukes.
Set in Ireland during the mid-’90s, Dating Amber stars Fionn O’Shea as Eddie and Lola Petticrew as Amber who decide to stage a relationship in order to stop everyone speculating about their sexuality.
Watch the first trailer for Woody Allen’s comedy film, “Rifkin’s Festival,” set to world premiere as the opening night film of San Sebastian Festival.
Watch the trailer for the queer coming-of-age comedy Summerland, following three friends all trying desperately to find themselves.
Sasie Sealy’s dark comedy ‘Lucky Grandma’ has August 11th release.
Think time travel, rock and roll, and destiny, and you get Bill & Ted Face the Music, releasing on demand and in theaters September 1st.
Michael Covino’s ‘The Climb’ will premiere in Los Angeles and New York theaters on October 9, 2020, with additional cities to follow.
British comedian Simon Amstell’s debut feature Benjamin will be available on VOD on August 25th.
Onur Tukel’s provocative new film Black Magic for White Boys follows a struggling theatre owner who turns to black magic in order to save his business.
Watch trailer for French comedy Deerskin starring Oscar-winner Jean Dujardin as a man so obsessed with his deerskin jacket, he turns to turn crime.
Watch the first trailer for Jon Stewart’s Irresistible, a political comedy starring Steve Carell as a political consultant in a small Wisconsin town.
The wild and sexy Ukrainian romantic comedy Just Sex, Nothing Personal from director Olga Ryashina, comes to North America theaters this October.
Global Digital Releasing has acquired writer / director Anderson Cowan’s feature film debut, GROUPERS starring Peter Mayer-Klepchick and Cameron Duckett for release in Fall 2019.
3 Days With Dad directed by Larry Clarke is a comedy about the trials and tribulations dealing with parents at the end of life.
Here is the first video clip from the UK comedy The Bromley Boys set around football from Steve Kelly, and starring Brenock O’Connor of Game of Thrones.
Samuel Goldwyn Films will release Joseph Cross’ Summer Night in theaters beginning July 12, 2019. The film stars Ellar Coltrane, Ian Nelson, and Analeigh Tipton.
Comedian Jeremy Saville is causing a big stir with his new comedy Loqueesha about a white bartender who ‘becomes’ a larger-than-life black female personality named Loqueesha in order to land a job at a radio station.
Dark Star Pictures will premiere Ana Murugarren’s Spanish Civil War whimsical comedy The Bastards Fig Tree in theaters this May.
From director Michael Gallagher comes Funny Story a heartfelt tragicomedy that teaches us about the destructive power of narcissism, the healing power of forgiveness, and the dangers of doing karaoke after drinking enough tequila.
Bleecker Street released the first trailer for dark comedy The Art of Self-Defense, from writer/director Riley Stearns, and starring Jesse Eisenberg, set to World Premiere at the 2019 SXSW Film Festival.
Dark Sky Films released the trailer and poster for Mega Time Squad, the sci-fi/crime thriller/comedy about a low level thief stumbling upon an ancient time-travel device.
Gravitas Ventures has released the trailer for the indie siblings rivalry comedy Dr. Brinks & Dr. Brinks by Josh Crockett.
The road trip comedy The Long Dumb Road directed by Hannah Fidell that World Premiered earlier this year at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival will open theatrically in NY on November 9th