Well Go USA Entertainment
Available on Digital, Blu-ray & DVD March 21
After witnessing the shocking murder of his best friend by a masked assassin with terrifying superpowers, Yuda stumbles upon a secret prophecy long concealed by powerful people. After unlocking dormant abilities of his own, Yuda discovers that he—an ordinary college kid with no belief in the old legends—may very well be the key to winning the upcoming battle against an ancient evil.

Ariztical Entertainment
Available on DVD/Digital March 28
Daniel, a gay artist from the countryside, was brought up within the structures of the Catholic Church. His relationship with his boyfriend Olek is evolving in secret when the suicide of a religious queer girl from his village pushes him to fight for tolerance. Daniel tries to unite his highly religious community while people turn their backs on him. His story is based on real-life events.

IndiePix Films
Available on DVD/Digital Now
From Berlin and Vienna in the 1930s; from New York to Chicago, New Orleans, Los Angeles and San Francisco in the ‘50s, ‘60s, and ‘70s, ruth weiss has written, performed, painted and filmed the fact that for her “one more step west is the sea…” The life of this legendary Beat poet and innovator comes to rich life in the feature-length documentary portrait, ONE MORE STEP WEST IS THE SEA: RUTH WEISS.

Film Movement
Available on DVD/Ditital Now
At the beginning of the 20th century, in Belle Époque Naples, theatres and the cinema were thriving and the great comic actor Eduardo Scarpetta is the box office king. Known in the Neapolitan theater for his cheeky alter egos, Scarpetta’s larger-than-life stage productions were matched only by his eccentric personal life. Composed of wives, partners, lovers, legitimate and illegitimate children (including a young Eduardo De Filippo, famed Neapolitan playwright), Scarpetta’s home situation resembled one of his comedies more than a traditional family. In 1904, at the height of his popularity, the comedian risked everything by staging a parody of the great Italian poet, Gabriele D’Annunzio. Booed and hissed from the stage by younger rivals, Scarpetta was sued for plagiarism, leading to the first ever copyright lawsuit in Italy. Despite the draining years of legal troubles and familial strife, Scarpetta fought not only for his craft but for his legacy as one of the great thespians of Italian theater.

Breaking Glass Pictures
Available on VOD/Digital & DVD now
From director Ashton Pina, Nana’s Boys follows Amari, who, on the morning of his 30th birthday, struggles to make decisions on what’s next and defining his purpose. The day takes a rattling turn when an explosion cuts off utilities across New York City and forces him and his partner Q to grapple with memories that could shatter their plans altogether.

Capelight Pictures
Available on VOD/Digital Platforms Now
Since childhood, Alex has been a big fan of the fantasy film saga Arthur and the Minimoys. So his best friend surprise him with a special present for this 18th birthday: a trip to the abandoned country house where the saga was set. What begins as a weekend adventure, quickly turns into a deadly nightmare.

Film Movement
Available on DVD/Digital Now
Based on the acclaimed children’s novel by Cécile Aubry, BELLE AND SEBASTIAN: THE ADVENTURE CONTINUES follows the courageous adventures of a young boy and his giant sheepdog amidst the stunning backdrop of the snow-covered Alps. In the sequel to the original film, it’s September 1945 and Sebastian impatiently waits for the return of his friend Angelina, whom he has not seen for two years. When the plane carrying the young woman to her small village in the Alps is reported to have crashed in the mountains, Sebastian is convinced that Angelina is still alive. Along with his faithful dog Belle, Sebastian embarks on the most dangerous adventure of his life…

Film Movement
Available on DVD/Digital Now
In a village hidden in the mist-shrouded Northwest Vietnamese mountains resides an indigenous Hmong community, home to 12-year-old Di, part of the first generation of her people with access to formal education. A free spirit, Di happily recounts her experiences to Vietnamese filmmaker Hà Lệ Diễm, who planted herself within Di’s family over the course of three years to document this unique coming of age. As Di grows older, her carefree childhood gives way to an impulsive and sensitive adolescence, a dangerous temperament for what will happen next; in this insular community, girls must still endure the controversial but accepted tradition of “bride kidnapping.” One night, when the young girl’s parents return home from celebrating the Lunar New Year, they are shocked to find their house is silent: Di has disappeared.