Discover some of the SXSW alumni films on release this month, such as EASY LIVING, INFINITY BABY, and KILL ME PLEASE . Continue on for a complete list with trailers and more info.
Yuri Ancarani’s visionary portrait of amateur falconry among Quatari sheiks is a visual and sonic marvel, and a dazzlngly cinematic experience. Don’t miss the chance to see it theatrically!
Now Open Theatrically
Bob Byington’s latest is characteristically absurdist, an inventive tale of arrested development with a sci-fi edge starring Kieran Culkin, Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman.
In Theaters September 15
A striking, provocative portrait of adolescent sexuality and hormonal crisis, Kill me Please rejects the constraints of genre to create something entirely fresh.
Now in Theaters
Harry Dean Stanton confirms once again his status as one of the greatest living actors in this offbeat drama that also features a memorable David Lynch.
In Theaters September 29
MAY IT LAST: A PORTRAIT OF THE AVETT BROTHERS
Documentary Feature, World Premiere, 2017
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Clearly rooted in passion and fandom, Judd Apatow’s sensitive, intimate study of a remarkable band is a masterclass in music documentary portraiture.
In Theaters September 12
An astonishingly assured debut feature, Papagajka feels like the arrival of major filmmaking and acting talent
Now on Demand
The long awaited follow up to Marwencol doesn’t disappoint, a stunning portrait of a unique community that’s as singular and insightful as its predecessor.
In Theaters September 6
The rough, tough world of big game hunting gets a fearless documentary that unfolds with great nuance and a spirit of open-mindedness.
In Theaters September 8
A deeply personal, startlingly raw, urgent investigation of the grossly misunderstood phenomenon of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
In Theaters September 22
Lacerating satire and a fat slap of vulgarity make this painfully funny short from Gillian Horvath a must see. Whiskey Fist does not mess around.