Tomboy, a French drama about a 10-year-old girl who passes for a boy when her family moves to a new town, is at 100 percent.
Snowtown, a drama about an aimless teen who falls in with Australia’s most notorious serial killer, is at 94 percent.
Garbo: The Spy, a documentary about the remarkable story of World War II-era double agent Joan Pujol Garcia, is at 89 percent.
The Lie, a dramedy about an aimless young father whose fibbing has huge repercussions, is at 67 percent (check out director/star Joshua Leonard’s Five Favorite Films here).
Eames: The Architect And The Painter, a doc about celebrated husband-and-wife artists Charles and Ray Eames, is a 67 percent.
In Heaven Underground: The Weissensee Jewish Cemetery, a doc about Europe’s oldest Jewish burial ground, is at 60 percent.
The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch, an action thriller about a billionaire’s son who must outsmart armies of dangerous people in order to take over the family business, is at 50 percent.
Rid of Me, a black comedy about a recently divorced woman who attempts to reinvent herself, is at 50 percent.