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Opens June 3
Six men on a yachting expedition compete in a macho, increasingly absurdist game to determine who is “The Best in General,” in the hilarious and scathing new comedy from acclaimed Greek writer-director Athina Rachel Tsangari (Attenberg).
Love & Friendship
Opens June 3
Writer-director Whit Stillman (The Last Days of Disco, Metropolitan) adapts a long-unpublished Jane Austen novel for this deliciously scruple-free tale about a charmingly devious widow (Kate Beckinsale) looking to land herself a wealthy new husband.
The Waiting Room
Opens June 3
Once a celebrated actor in prewar Yugoslavia, a Sarajevo-born immigrant struggles to find work in his new life in Toronto, in the second feature from Igor Drljaca (Krivina).
Opens June 17
Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow profile Brian De Palma, suspense-cinema master and bad boy of the New Hollywood, in this fleet, funny and ceaselessly entertaining documentary.
Opens July 1
David Lynch's postmodern suburban nightmare was the director's critical and commercial breakthrough.
Eat that Question: Frank Zappa in His Own Words
Opens July 8
An energetic, sharply edited celebration of the famed American musician and composer, whose wackily charismatic public persona belied his complex artistry, fierce intelligence and political conviction.
Opens July 15
Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult star in the ambitious new film from director Drake Doremus (Like Crazy), about a utopian future society where crime and violence have been eradicated through the genetic elimination of human emotion, and where those afflicted with the emotional "disease" are forced to go on the run.
Our Little Sister
Opens July 22
After their estranged father's death, three twentysomething sisters discover that they have a teenaged step-sibling, in this gentle, deeply affecting family drama from Japanese master Hirokazu Kore-eda (Like Father, Like Son).
Opens July 29
An 11-year-old boy becomes an unlikely superhero when he discovers that he has the ability to leave his body and fly through walls, in this marvellously animated adventure from the creators of the Academy Award-nominated A Cat in Paris.
How Heavy This Hammer
Opens August 12
Toronto director Kazik Radwanski follows his internationally acclaimed, award-winning debut Tower with this empathetic yet clear-eyed character study about a middle-aged married man who finds his only outlet in online gaming.