4 titles.

1. Dying Light (2015 Video Game)
Kyle Crane is GRE agent who is tasked with recovering data from the overrun city of Harran that could cure the virus rampaging throughout the city. The virus transforms the victim into a zombie like creature or into special mutations of that. After getting bitten inside the city, Crane has to blend in with one of the two main factions of the city, while staying undercover to try and recover that data. But he may have bitten off more than he can chew, for when nighttime comes everything changes. The zombies get faster and stronger, and new mutations called, Volatiles come out to ruin your day. Good night, and good luck.
2. Good Night Good Morning (2010)
Good Night Good Morning is a black and white, split-screen, conversation film about two strangers sharing an all-night phone call on New Year's night in New York City. Writer-Director Sudhish Kamath tries to discover good old fashioned love and romance in a technology-driven mobile world as the boy driving from New York to Philadelphia with buddies after a wild night out of drinking, calls the enigmatic girl alone in her hotel after a brief encounter at the bar. An all-night phone call becomes a surreal, dream-like experience especially when the limited validity of the adventure gives you the freedom to be who you want to be. Anonymity could be comforting and such a situation could lead to an unlikely romance. Or something like it.
3. Challenger (????)
The film examines the investigation into the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger and stars Academy Award nominee David Straithairn ("Good Night, and Good Luck.") as scientist and Nobel Laureate Richard Feyman who led the investigation.
4. Repeater (2015 Short Film)
Academy Award nominee David Strathairn (Good Night and Good Luck; Lincoln) stars in this achingly honest portrayal of a father and son struggling to relate after 5 years apart. Ray, who has just returned to his desolate hometown, deals with financial hardship, divorce, and isolation in the bleak Appalachian mining community. Haunted by a culture of repression and imposed stoicism, both Ray and his father attempt to reconcile their fleeting masculinity in the wake of physical and emotional abandonment while tensions rise from the subtext to the forefront and culminate in one moment of violent catharsis.
4 titles.