For a Woman, a dramedy about a writer who delves into her family’s mysterious past, is at 100 percent.
Ida, a drama about a young woman on the verge of joining a convent who discovers a dark family secret, is at 95 percent.
The Bachelor Weekend, a comedy about a prospective groom whose bachelor party camping trip goes awry, is at 79 percent.
Beneath The Harvest Sky, a drama about a pair of teenage friends looking for a way out of their small town, is at 57 percent.
Blood Glacier, an Austrian horror film about a group of researchers who discover a terrifying organism in the Alps, is at 50 percent.
Bad Johnson, a comedy about an unrepentant ladies’ man whose genitals develop a mind of their own, is at 44 percent.
The M Word, a comedy about a children’s show host who takes a stand against corporate downsizing, is at 43 percent.
Friended To Death, a comedy about a man who announces his demise of Facebook to find out what his friends really think of him, is at 25 percent.
Mr. Jones, a horror film about an arty couple whose investigation into the life of a reclusive sculptor reveals a terrifying secret, is at 20 percent.