Co-directors Mike Fleiss and Mike Piscitelli mix footage from the road with family interviews and Osbourne's self-reflections. Lucidity optional.
Adrien Brody and Marcia Gay Harden star in director Tony Kaye's drama about a stoic substitute teacher at a failing public school.
A prosecutor (Jeremy Piven) goes after a young father whose lapse in judgment has serious repercussions in a working-class Rocky Mountain town. Gaby Dellal directed the drama, based on a novel by Leslie Schwartz and co-starring Thomas Dekker, Elizabeth McGovern and Mira Sorvino.
Having disappeared decades earlier, an aged Butch Cassidy lives under the assumed name James Blackthorn in a secluded Bolivian village. Sam Shepard stars as the infamous bandit in director Mateo Gil's reimagining of the outlaw's tale.
'Jesus Henry Christ'
This comedy, written and directed by Dennis Lee, features a name cast (Toni Collette, Michael Sheen) in the story of a single mother juggling her crazy life and a genius preteen son.
Captain America star Chris Evans toplines this real life-based drama from brothers Mark and Adam Kassen about a drug-addicted Houston personal-injury lawyer who takes on the health care and pharmaceutical industries.
After spending 20 years on the road with the Blue Oyster Cult, roadie Jimmy (Ron Eldard) returns home to Queens to find an ailing mother and his high school sweetheart married to his teen nemisis. Bobby Cannavale and Jill Hennessey co-star in brothers Michael and Gerald Cuesta's dramedy.
'Stuck Between Stations'
A young soldier on bereavement leave from Afghanistan reunites with his childhood crush during a night of conversation and adventure in Minnesota. Up-and-comers Sam Rosen, who also co-wrote the screenplay, and Zoe Lister Jones star.
'Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon'
This work-in-progress screening about the band, formed in Tennessee after a childhood of Bible-thumping and poverty, should appeal to the Followill family's millions of worldwide fans.
'The Good Doctor'
Obsession, lies and bad luck follow a first-year medical resident at every turn in director Lance Daly's psychological drama starring Orlando Bloom. Riley Keough and Michael Pena co-star.
Hollywood's most powerful woman quits at the top after 18 years to become a TV director (yes, really!) as Disney CEO Bob Iger reveals his succession plan ("My goal is to do it fast") and both detail the full backstory in interviews with THR. Read More