Just released this week: "Foreclosure," Richard Ledes' new eerie feature film about a man, financially down on his luck, moves into a house whose spirits drive him to commit unspeakable acts. The film was scored by Robert Miller and stars Michael Imperioli, best known for his roles on The Sopranos and in Goodfellas alongside actors Wendell Pierce, Spencer List, Bill Raymond, Meital Dohan, David Constable and Matt Servito.
Other news this season: 30 for 30 documentary “Of Miracles and Men” premiered on February 8 at on ESPN. The film, directed by Emmy-award winner Jonathan Hock takes a different look at the “Miracle on Ice.” "Of Miracles and Men" examines the 1980 USA vs USSR Olympic hockey game, one of the most famous games in the history of American sports. But this film goes to a place where audiences have not been taken before: the Soviet side of the upset.
"(T)error," directed by Lyric R. Cabral and David Felix Sutcliffe and produced by Eugene Jarecki, premiered in the U.S. Documentary Competition at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. (T)ERROR is the first film to document on camera a covert terrorism sting as it unfolds. Through the perspective of a 63-year-old black revolutionary-turned-FBI informant, viewers are presented with an unprecedented glimpse of the government’s counterterrorism tactics, and the murky justifications behind them.