Having first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, Kornel Mundruczo's "Jupiter's Moon" focuses on the extraordinary story of Aryan, a Syrian refugee making his way to Hungary.
Written by director Kornel Mundruczo and Kata Weber, the Hungarian production stars Zsombor Jeger, György Cserhalmi, Merab Ninidze and Monika Balsai.
Körfez (The Gulf)
Starring Ulaş Tuna Astepe, Ahmet Melih Yılmaz, Serpil Gül, Müfit Kayacan, Merve Dizdar, Damla Ardal and Cem Zeynel Kılıç, "The Gulf" was directed by Emre Yeksan.
Written by Yeksan and Ahmet Büke, the drama tells the story of a young man who has to postpone his plans for the future when his life is changed by a smell that suddenly envelops his city.
Sarı Sıcak (Yellow Heat)
Directed by Fikret Reyhan, "Yellow Heat" parallels the hard lives of people affected by growing capitalism with constantly shifting production trends.
Focusing on a migrant family trying to survive by working in the fields only to get stuck laboring in a factory, the film stars Aytaç Uşun, Mehmet Özgür, Gökhan Şimşek, Cem Zeynel Kılıç and Seher Çuhadar.
24 Hours to Live
Starring Ethan Hawke, "24 Hours to Live" is about an assassin with only 24 hours to live who decides to get his revenge on the people who ruined his life.
Directed by Brian Smrz, the film also features Paul Anderson, Liam Cunningham, Nathalie Boltt and Tanya van Graan.
Written by the trio Jim McClain, Ron Mita and Zach Dean and co-produced by U.S. and Chinese studios, the film is sure to be a hit with fans of action and thrillers.
Directed by Niels Arden Oplev, "Flatliners" tells the story of five medical students studying postmortem occurrences.
The science-fiction horror stars Ellen Page, Diego Luna, Nina Dobrev, James Norton and Charlotte McKinney.
Five medical students curious about dying and the exact moment of death conduct experiments involving controlled cardiac arrests and near-death experiences. Though the experiments provide firsthand data, they quickly take a dangerous turn when paranormal activity becomes an unwanted result of breaching the "other side."
The Fixies: Top Secret
Directed by Vasiko Bedoshvili, Andrey Kolpin and Ivan Pshonkin, this week's animation tells the story of the Fixies, creatures only children can see that make it their life's work to fix broken things.