Portrait of Wally, a documentary about the legal battle over a painting by the great Egon Schiele, is at 100 percent.
Sleepless Night, a French thriller about a dirty cop involved in a botched heist, is at 100 percent.
Under African Skies, a doc about a reunion between Paul Simon and Ladysmith Black Mambazo for the 25th anniversary of their Graceland collaboration, is at 100 percent.
You Are Here, a sci-fi drama about a woman who collects documents and recordings of a secret parallel world, is at 100 percent.
The Chilean import Bonsái, a dramedy about a struggling writer looking for inspiration for his autobiographical novel, is at 93 percent.
Patience (After Sebald), a cinematic essay on the work of writer W.G. Sebald, is at 93 percent.
Nobody Else But You, an offbeat mystery about the investigation into the death of a Marilyn Monroe lookalike, is at 88 percent.
The Road, a horror movie about the discovery of terrifying secrets in the search for missing teens, is at 67 percent.
God Bless America, a black comedy about a terminally ill man who reacts violently to what he sees as the stupidity of contemporary culture, is at 62 percent (check out director Bobcat Goldthwait’s Five Favorite Films here).
Small, Beautifully Moving Parts, a dramedy about a pregnant woman who makes an impulsive road trip to visit her estranged mother, is at 50 percent.
Where Do We Go Now?, a comedy about a Lebanese town divided along religious and gender lines, is at 47 percent.
Tonight You’re Mine, a romantic comedy about two young rockers who are accidentally handcuffed to each other, is at 33 percent.