When his wife ROSALIND (Uma Thurman) suddenly disappears after the birth of their son, WILL (Toby Stephens) sets off on a frantic search for his family across Europe. Relief upon locating his twin girls in a remote village in northern France quickly turns to horror when Will discovers that his baby son has mysteriously died. Will finds himself faced with the decision to contact the authorities and risk his wife going to prison or cover up the death to protect his family. As the mystery behind Rosalind's actions slowly begins to take a dark and menacing form, Will questions her guarded, shadowy past and the image of their once blissful marriage begins to crumble. Not knowing who or what he can trust Will sets out on a relentless search to discover the truth—no matter the cost.
Based on Michael Soussan's critically acclaimed memoir, the film recounts the true story of Soussan (Hutcherson) working as a young United Nations representative and his fundraising efforts to continue the UN's Oil for Food Program. His mentor, Pasha (Kingsley) brings him to Iraq to show him how successful the program is. However, when Michael gets a deeper look at the organization, he unveils a corruption conspiracy where officials both inside and outside of the UN are skimming billions off the top of the aid meant for the Iraqi people and Pasha is at the center of it all. With the stakes high and no one to turn to now, he must decide how to bring justice to this once good organization.
London-based military intelligence o cer Colonel Katherine Powell is remotely commanding a top secret drone operation to capture a group of dangerous terrorists from their safe- house in Nairobi, Kenya. The mission suddenly escalates from a “capture” to a “kill” operation when Powell realizes that the terrorists are about to embark on a deadly suicide mission. American drone pilot Steve Watts is poised to destroy the safe- house when a nine year old girl enters the kill zone just outside the walls of the house. With unforeseen collateral damage now entering the equation, the impossible decision of when to strike gets passed up the “kill chain” of politicians and lawyers as the seconds tick down. An edge-of the-seat thriller set on the cutting edge of modern warfare.
The Adderall Diaries is a feature film based on the book by Stephen Elliott and developed at the Sundance Institute's screenwriting and directing labs. Writer and Adderall enthusiast Stephen Elliott reaches a low point when his estranged father resurfaces, claiming that Stephen has fabricated much of the dark childhood that that fuels his writing. Adrift in the precarious grey area of memory, Stephen has to navigate the unstable terrain of truth and identity, led by three sources of inspiration: a new romance, the best friend who shares his history, and a murder trial that reminds him more than a little of his own story.
After her son is murdered, Lila (Viola Davis) makes several pleas to local police to find the killers and bring them to justice, only to be turned away and ignored. Desperate and frustrated with the limits of the law, she begins attending a support group where she meets and bonds with Eve (Jennifer Lopez), who has lost a daughter of her own. Eve convinces Lila to take matters into her own hands and the two women soon set out to avenge the slaying of Lila’s son.