The lineup for the 40th annual fest, running Aug. 29-Sept. 2, includes the world premiere of Jason Reitman's "Labor Day," Joel and Ethan Coen's "Inside Llewyn Davis" and J.C. Chandor's lost-at-sea epic "All Is Lost."
Robert Redford plays a lone sailor who must navigate his way to survival in All Is Lost.
'Before the Winter Chill'
Before the Winter Chill tells the story of a hopeless romantic torn between his loving wife and his dangerous attraction for a mysterious younger woman.
Yuval Adler's directorial debut Bethlehem explores the complex relationship of Israeli secret service agent Razi and his informant Sanfur.
'Blue Is the Warmest Color'
Blue Is the Warmest Color follows the story of 15-year-old Adele and the love that blossoms between her and blue-haired art student Emma. The film is directed by Abdellatif Kechice and is based off of the French graphic novel Blue Angel. It won the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival in May.
Based on true events, the three-part HBO miniseries chronicles the emotional fallout from history student Jan Palach's self-immolation to protest Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia. The docudrama is directed by Agnieszka Holland.
Werner Herzog's docu-series Death Row profiles several prison inmates awaiting execution.
'Fifi Howls From Happiness'
Fifi Howls From Happiness is a documentary that seeks to disassociate Bahman Mohasses from the modern artist stereotype and unveils the foundations of the musician's thought process.
Chilean drama Gloria, directed by Sebastian Lelio, follows a free-spirited 58-year-old whose quest for love leads her into an unexpected relationship.
Sandra Bullock plays a medical engineer on her first space shuttle mission who -- along with her companion, a veteran astronaut (George Clooney) -- must find a way to get back to Earth after her craft is damaged by a meteor shower. The film had its world premiere on Aug. 28 at the Venice Film Festival.
Anna, an orphan raised in a convent, meets her only living relative, Wanda, who shows Anna their family's tragic past. The film is set 1960s Poland and is directed by Pawel Pawlikowski.
'Inside Llewyn Davis'
Young singer Llewyn Davis, played by Oscar Isaac, hurdles over obstacles to find his own voice in the New York City folk scene of 1961. The film also stars Carey Mulligan and Justin Timberlake.
'La Maison de la radio'
Director Nicolas Philibert takes audiences inside the recording studios and overall creative process of Radio France.
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Depressed mom Adele (Kate Winslet) detaches herself from her 13-year-old son Henry (Gattlin Griffith). When an ex-convict (Josh Brolin) enters their lives searching for help, he unwillingly finds himself bringing the mother and son back together. Labor Day is directed by Jason Reitman.
'Manuscripts Don't Burn'
Director Mohammad Rasoulof's thriller Manuscripts Don't Burn serves as a portrait of corruption and violence in Iranian politics.
A man takes his father on a road trip from Montana to Nebraska to collect a supposed million-dollar sweepstakes prize that the father is convinced he has won. The drama, directed by Alexander Payne, stars Bruce Dern and Will Forte.
'Slow Food Story'
The documentary directed by Stefano Sardo endorses the Slow Food movement founded in 1989 as a resistance to fast food.
A violent teenager is transferred to an adult prison where he meets his ultimate match, his father.
'The Invisible Woman'
At the height of Charles Dickens' career, the author meets a secret mistress who's love for him is everlasting.
A mistaken delivery connects an unfulfilled housewife and a old widower, who construct an imaginary fantasy world together in their messages shared through a lunchbox.
'The Missing Picture'
Director Rithy Panh utilizes clay figures to re-create the atrocities Cambodia's Khmer Rouge committed in the four-year span between 1975 to 1979.
'The Unknown Known'
In the documentary directed by Errol Morris, former United States Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld recounts his career, from his time as a congressman the early 1960s to planning the invasion of Iraq in 2003.
Berenice Bejo stars as a French wife who finds new love after her Iranian husband abandons his family to return to his homeland.
To help his inventions, Tim Jenison studies the painting techniques crafted by Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer. The documentary is directed by Teller and stars Penn Jillette and Martin Mull.
A young woman embarks on a 1,700-mile journey across the deserts of Western Australia with the company of her four camels and one dog.
'Under the Skin'
Scarlett Johansson stars as an alien with the resemblance of a human on a journey through Scotland in director Jonathan Glazer's sc-fi drama.
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