A glimpse into the dark corridors of politics, Fair Game is a riveting action-thriller based on the real lives of undercover CIA operative Valerie Plame (Naomi Watts) and her husband, diplomat Joe Wilson (Sean Penn). When Joe is drawn into a government investigation and the administration ignores his findings, Joe writes a New York Times editorial, igniting a controversy that affects Valerie’s career when her identity is exposed.
Jealousy and suspicion bubble to the surface under the photographer’s relentless gaze in A Family Portrait.
When stern patriarch Frédérick refuses to attend his eldest son’s funeral, his absence outrages his surviving children and dredges up secrets that threaten to shatter the family. The directors behind Born in ’68 present a generous meditation on shame and its multigenerational repercussions, breathing life into its buried-secret storyline. Three generations of actors create an unforgettable portrait of a family that doesn’t know itself.
French with subtitles, 97 min.
A badass female bike messenger runs roughshod over everyone in her path in Faster!
James Franco’s The Feast of Stephen, paying homage to the work of Kenneth Anger, is an atmospheric tale of one boy’s brush with forbidden adolescent desires.
A young Polish girl is faced with having to kill a beautiful fish for dinner in Fish Food.
Polish with subtitles, 11 min.
Jon Garaño and José María Goenaga
Sixty years after their brief teenage flirtation, Axun and Maite experience an unexpected reunion in a hospital while caring for comatose relatives. Their lives in the interim could not have been more different
Basque with subtitles, 106 min.