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Opens February 13
Following the recent jihadist takeover of northern Mali, a proud cattle herder comes into fateful conflict with the fundamentalist rulers of the provincial capital, in this luminous, lyrical and poetic drama from the great African filmmaker Abderrahmane Sissako.
The Last Five Years
Opens February 13
A struggling actress (Anna Kendrick) and her novelist lover (Jeremy Jordan) look back on the last half-decade of their relationship from very different viewpoints, in this adaptation of the hit off-Broadway musical from writer-director Richard LaGravenese.
Opens February 20
Director Richie Mehta follows his award-winning debut feature Amal with this powerful and heart-rending tale about a poor Delhi street merchant desperately searching for his missing young son.
Opens February 27
Sturla Gunnarsson (Force of Nature: The David Suzuki Movie) journeyed to India to create this stunningly shot meditation on the torrential rains that some call "the soul of India."
Opens March 6
A single mother and her troubled young son are haunted by a storybook monster come to terrifying life, in this gripping, critically acclaimed horror film from first-time writer-director Jennifer Kent.
Opens March 13
A nine-year-old Chechen orphan and a teenaged Russian soldier encounter the many terrible faces of war during the 1999 Russian invasion of the breakaway republic, in this searing drama from Academy Award-winning director Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist).
Opens March 27
Cruelly separated from each other, a young girl and her beloved canine undergo a crash course in their society's psychological and physical brutality, in this stunningly conceived allegory from Hungarian auteur Kornél Mundruczó.