Summer Pasture, a documentary about the harsh lives of Tibetan nomads, is at 100 percent.
The Last Circus, a dramedy about a clown whose life is upended by the rise of Fascism in Spain, is at 92 percent.
The Hedgehog, a drama about a morose 12-year-old who befriends the grumpy concierge in her apartment building, is at 83 percent.
Mozart’s Sister, a historical drama about the great composer’s talented older sibling, is at 80 percent.
Griff the Invisible, a comedy/romance about a shy working stiff who moonlights as a superhero, is at 78 percent.
Atrocious, a lo-fi horror film about a family that films its investigation into a terrifying urban legend, is at 67 percent.
The Journals Of Musan, a drama about a North Korean defector awkwardly adjusting to his new life in South Korea, is at 60 percent.
A Horrible Way to Die, an indie thriller about an escaped serial killer who’s looking for his ex-girlfriend, is at 40 percent.
Programming The Nation?, a documentary about subliminal messages in politics and advertising, is at 14 percent.