Come Play

Thu, Oct 29
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Director: Jacob Chase Run Time: 105 min. Rating: PG-13

Starring: Azhy Robertson, Gillian Jacobs, John Gallagher Jr.

A monster named Larry manifests itself through smart phones and mobile devices.

Koko-Di Koko-Da (2019)

Opens in October

Director: Johannes Nyholm Run Time: 86 min. Language: Swedish, Danish

Starring: Leif Edlund, Peter Belli, Ylva Gallon

Official Selection of Sundance and Fantasia Film Festivals. As a couple goes on a trip to find their way back to each other, a sideshow artist and his shady entourage emerge from the woods, terrorizing them, luring them deeper into a maelstrom of psychological terror and humiliating slapstick.

V for Vendetta (2006)

Fri, Oct 30
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  • Sat, Oct 31
  • Sun, Nov 1

Director: James McTeigue Run Time: 132 min. Rating: R Release Year: 2006

Starring: Hugo Weaving, John Hurt, Natalie Portman, Stephen Fry, Stephen Rea

15-year anniversary release! In a dystopian future, a shadowy freedom fighter known only as "V" plots to overthrow a fascist government with the help of a young woman.

The Walrus and the Whistleblower

Sat, Oct 31
  • Sat, Oct 31
  • Sun, Nov 1

Director: Nathalie Bibeau Run Time: 89 min. Rating: NR

2020 Canadian documentary profile of Phil Demers, a former employee of Marineland who attempted to blow the whistle on allegedly inhumane treatment of animals at the institution.

Let Him Go

Opens in November

Director: Thomas Bezucha Run Time: 114 min. Rating: R

Starring: Diane Lane, Kevin Costner, Lesley Manville

A retired sheriff and his wife, grieving over the death of their son, set out to find their only grandson.


Opens in November

Director: André Øvredal Run Time: 100 min. Rating: R Language: Norwegian, English

Starring: Iben Akerlie, Nat Wolff, Priyanka Bose

Fantasy adventure origin story about a young man discovering he has God-like powers based on ancient Norwegian mythology.

Radium Girls (2018)

Opens in November

Director: Ginny Mohler, Lydia Dean Pilcher Run Time: 102 min. Rating: NR

In the 1920s a group of factory workers advocate for safe work conditions after some of their colleagues become ill from radium exposure. Official Selection of Tribeca Film Festival.


Opens in November

Director: Joe Marcantonio Run Time: 101 min.

Starring: Edward Holcroft, Fiona Shaw, Jack Lowden, Tamara Lawrance

The Dark and the Wicked

Opens in November

Director: Bryan Bertino Run Time: 95 min. Rating: NR

Starring: Marin Ireland, Michael Abbott Jr., Xander Berkeley

Official Selection of Fantasia Film Festival. From the director of The Strangers (2008). On a secluded farm in a nondescript rural town, a man slowly dies while his mourning family is haunted by waking nightmares and a growing sense that something evil is taking over the household.


Opens in November

Director: David Fincher Run Time: TBD min. Rating: R

Starring: Amanda Seyfried, Gary Oldman, Lily Collins

1930s Hollywood is reevaluated through the eyes of scathing social critic and alcoholic screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz as he races to finish the screenplay of Orson Welles' iconic masterpiece, Citizen Kane (1941).

Dirty God (2019)

Opens in November

Director: Sacha Polak Run Time: 104 min. Rating: NR

Starring: Eliza Brady-Girard, Katherine Kelly, Vicky Knight

Official Selection of Sundance Film Festival. A young British mother struggles to reclaim her life after a brutal acid attack leaves her severely scarred.

The Climb (2019)

Opens in November

Director: Michael Angelo Covino Run Time: 94 min. Rating: R Release Year: 2020

Starring: Gayle Rankin, Kyle Marvin, Michael Angelo Covino

The story of real-life best friends who turn their profound connection into a rich, humane and frequently uproarious film showing the tumultuous but enduring relationship between two men through years of laughter, heartbreak and rage.

NVFF Presents: Re-story: Transforming Veteran Stories into Art

Opens in November
Available on November 13

Run Time: 45 min. Release Year: 2020

NVFF partners have come together to host "Re-story: Transforming Veteran Stories into Art," a new CCAD and Veterans Arts Initiative film exploring veterans’ stories of healing through art.


Opens in November

Director: Eshom Nelms, Ian Nelms Run Time: TBD min. Rating: R

Starring: Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Mel Gibson, Walton Goggins

Santa Claus must contend with a hitman sent from a disappointed child.


Opens in November

Director: Ross Stewart, Tomm Moore Run Time: 100 min. Rating: PG

Starring: Eva Whittaker, Honor Kneafsey, Sean Bean

The Oscar-nominated animation studio behind The Secret of Kells returns with the tale of a magical, unlikely friendship between two girls in 17th-century Ireland.

Divine Love

Opens in November

Director: Gabriel Mascaro Run Time: 101 min. Rating: NR Language: Portuguese

Starring: Antonio Pastich, Dira Paes, Julio Machado

Official Selection of Berlin and Sundance. A woman who uses her bureaucratic job to convince divorcing couples to stay together is utterly committed to getting pregnant by her husband in a future of dance parties, ritualistic orgies and fundamentalist Christianity.

Hillbilly Elegy

Opens in November

Director: Ron Howard Run Time: 116 min. Rating: R

Starring: Amy Adams, Glenn Close, Haley Bennett

Based on the bestselling memoir. A Yale Law student drawn back to his Appalachian hometown reflects on his family’s history and his own future.


Opens in December

Director: Chloe Zhao Run Time: 108 min. Rating: R

Starring: Bob Wells, David Strathairn, Frances McDormand

The Prom

Opens in December

Director: Ryan Murphy Run Time: TBD min. Rating: PG-13

Starring: Andrew Rannells, James Corden, Jo Ellen Pellman, Keegan-Michael Key, Kerry Washington, Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Tracey Ullman

A troupe of hilariously self-obsessed theater stars swarm into a small conservative Indiana town in support of a high school girl who wants to take her girlfriend to the prom.

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (2020)

Opens in December

Director: George C. Wolfe Run Time: TBD min. Rating: R

Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Glynn Turman, Viola Davis

In 1927 Chicago, tensions rise between Ma Rainey, her ambitious horn player and the white management determined to control the uncontrollable "Mother of the Blues". Based on Pulitzer Prize winner August Wilson's play. Chadwick Boseman's final film.