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"Computer Chess" » Andrew Bujalski wrote and directed this comedy, about the men who first taught computers to play chess.
"Escape From Tomorrow" » A trip to a theme park takes a surreal turn for an unemployed dad (Roy Abramsohn) who encounters two teen girls, in this drama written and directed by Randy Moore.
"I Used to Be Darker" » A Northern Irish runaway (Deragh Campbell) discovers that her aunt and uncle in Baltimore are on the verge of divorce — leaving her college-student cousin (Hannah Gross) in crisis. Matthew Porterfield directed, and co-wrote with Amy Belk.
"It Felt Like Love" » The line between love and obsession is tested in writer director Eliza Hittman’s drama, when a 14-year-old Brooklyn girl (Gina Piersanti) pursues an older man.
"Milkshake" » A comedy centering on Jolie Jolson (Tyler Ross) — a wannabe thug and the great-great-grandson of Al Jolson — and his tragic sex life. Director David Andalman co-wrote with Mariko Munro. The cast includes Shareeka Epps and Leo Fitzpatrick.
"Newlyweeds" » Romance and marijuana compete between a Brooklyn repo man (Amari Cheatom) and his globetrotting girlfiend (Trae Harris), in this dark comedy written and directed by Shaka King.
"Pit Stop" » Two working-class gay men meet in a Texas town. Yen Tan directed this drama, and co-wrote with David Lowery (who also directed this year’s U.S. Dramatic Competition entry "Ain’t Them Bodies Saints").
"A Teacher" » Writer-director Hannah Fidell’s drama about a popular teacher (Lindsay Burdge) at a suburban Austin high school, whose life unravels after an affair with a student (Will Brittain).
"This Is Martin Bonner" » At 58, Martin (Paul Eenhoorn) is starting over in Reno with a job in prison rehabilitation — when he starts an unlikely friendship with an ex-con (Richmond Arquette). Chad Hartigan writes and directs.
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