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Hellion

USA | 2014 | 98 minutes | Kat Candler

Family ties are tested as a widowed father and his sons deal differently with grief. Explosive and sensational, this Sundance smash features Josh Wiggins in an arresting performance as the elder son in a Southeast Texas family that’s falling apart—fast.

Hotell

Sweden | 2013 | 97 minutes | Lisa Langseth

This oddball Swedish drama is a guilty pleasure tale of a therapy group that starts its own unique course of treatment in the well-appointed confines of anonymous hotels.

Kinderwald

USA | 2013 | 87 minutes | Lise Raven

This visually stunning drama illustrates the journey of a man who must bring his dead brother’s wife and sons across rural 19th century Pennsylvania. The two boys mysteriously go missing, and the resulting search for them brings out the best and worst in the pioneering community.

Lady Be Good; Instrumental Women In Jazz

USA | 2014 | 80 minutes | Kay D. Ray

“How does it feel to be a woman in a man’s world?” Through archival footage and interviews old (Artie Shaw) and new (Quincy Jones), musician-composer Patrice Rushen narrates the oft-untold history of American women jazz instrumentalists.

Liar’s Dice

India | 2014 | 104 minutes | Geetu Mohandas

A quietly effective debut set in a snowy border village centers on a young Indian mother, journeying with her daughter to Delhi in search of her vanished husband. Along the way she encounters an army deserter skilled in the game of liar’s dice...who says he can help.

Little Accidents

USA | 2014 | 105 minutes | Sara Colangelo

Expanded from the SIFF 2010 award-winning short, the citizens of a West Virginian town sift through the emotional wreckage and deeply buried secrets in the aftermath of a terrible coal mining disaster. Featuring Elizabeth Banks, Chloë Sevigny, Josh Lucas, Boyd Holbrook, and Jacob Lofland.

Lucky Them

USA | 2013 | 96 minutes | Megan Griffiths

May 22 | Renton Opening Night | Reception at Renton Pavillion follows the screening

Seattle-based director Megan Griffiths’ latest boasts charismatic performances from Toni Collette, as a world-weary rock journalist, and the scene-stealing Thomas Haden Church as a first-time documentarian, who team up to find a legendary Seattle musician who notoriously vanished.

Macondo

Austria | 2014 | 98 minutes | Sudabeh Mortezai

A sensitive and deeply humanist tone carries this portrait of a young boy in a refugee settlement in Vienna torn between childhood, adulthood, and the reality of his surroundings.

May in the Summer

Qatar | 2013 | 99 minutes | Cherien Dabis

May (Cherien Dabis, reuniting with Hiam Abbass from Dabis’ debut hit Amreeka) has everything: a best-selling book, a great life in New York City, and a loving fiance. But when she visits Amman, Jordan to arrange her wedding, familial sparks fly in a collision of worlds old and new.

Night Moves

USA | 2013 | 113 minutes | Kelly Reichardt

Two Oregon-based environmental activists team up with an ex-Marine to plot the bombing of a hydroelectric dam. This patient, moody thriller shines a realist light on radical acts against affluence.

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