ShineHouse Group
Available on BOD, DVD/Digital Now
A mysterious black sphere is discovered in the orbit of Mars. The Achilles is sent to investigate. After the bedraggled six-person crew wake from eight months hibernation, the Sphere is transmitting a single word in every Earth language ever known – Deus.

Ariztical Entertainment
Available on DVD/Digital October 28th
Love, identity, and courage of the LGBTQ community during the first walk towards Gay Pride in 1950s England. Based on true events of Yorkshire coal miners and secret gay lovers, Tommy and Eddy, who spend their holiday at a quirky B&B in Blackpool, along with a few other alternative members of society. This is a journey through the North of England to the beaches of Greece that follows each character’s fight for equality and freedom in an age that still deemed being gay or different as a crime.

Film Movement
Available on DVD/Digital October 11th
After years of distance and separation, twenty-something Artemis (Sofia Kokkali) decides to return to Athens and care for her ailing father following the sudden decline in his health. As she intimately tends for the stoic, near-wordless Paris (Lazaros Georgakopoulos), Artemis tries to understand the complicated man she never really knew. Upon the discovery of a well-kept secret from his past, she comes to realize the deep, underlying love that the two of them share.

Wel Go USA Entertainment
Available on DVD, Digital & Blu-ray Now October 4th
Young police officer Danny is working on an antique car at his uncle’s remote ranch when a major earthquake hits, pinning him under the vehicle and leaving him bloodied, alone, and with no way to call for help. Just when he thinks the claustrophobic nightmare can’t get any worse, something truly horrifying emerges from the fissures in the ground, forcing Danny to engage in a brutal fight for his life—and his sanity.

Well Go USA Entertainment
Available on Digital, Blu-ray & DVD Now
Based on a true story: After suffering a senseless tragedy at the hand of invading soldiers in the Donbas region in 2014, a former Ukrainian physics teacher renounces his peaceful way of life and seeks revenge. Upon joining the military and earning a coveted spot as a sniper, he sets his sights on an elite Russian sniper whose elimination could change the tide of the conflict.

Film Movement
Available on DVD/Digital Now
A man alleging to be a schoolmaster is accosted by the military at a checkpoint. Two teenagers wait for their soldier boyfriends in a dilapidated town square. A journalist is held captive and gets brutally assaulted. A young woman apologizes to an elderly couple for running over their chickens. Featuring four stories set against the backdrop of the Donbass roads, loomed by disorientation, paranoia, and terror,

IndiePix Films
Available on DVD/Digital Now
This powerful documentary, an Official Selection at the SR Socially Relevant Film Festival and the Miami Indie Film Festival, follows a troupe of twelve Boston-based spoken-word poets and modern dancers as they travel from Jackson, MS up the Great Migration Trail to Chicago performing an original piece called “Invisible: Imprints of Racism”. After each performance, they dialogued with audiences as well as Civil Rights veterans.

Film Movement
Available on DVD/Digital Now
In MIRACLE, Bogdan George Apetri’s gripping, genre-subverting procedural divided into two parts, the driving question is not Whodunnit? But rather who are these people and what is the nature of their entanglement?
When a novice — the young, beautiful Cristina Tofan (Ioana Bugarin) sneaks away from an isolated convent in rural Romania to mysteriously attend to urgent matters, Apetri withholds key information about her motives as we follow her enigmatic journey, allowing tension to steadily build to a wavering precipice.