Sliding Doors. "Two wholly different universes unfold in writer-director Peter Howitt's romantic fantasy about alternate realities, the reliability of subway schedules and the role fate plays in shaping random lives."
Happy Accidents. "Ruby Weaver (Marisa Tomei) is tired of being the "enabler" in relationships and has decided to give up the role of doormat. She's also on the verge of giving up on love when she meets a sweet, small-town guy, Sam Deed (Vincent D'Onofrio), who changes her mind. It seems Ruby's finally found a sane boyfriend -- until Sam divulges that he's a time traveler from the year 2470. Now it's up to Ruby to decide whether love can conquer all."
Eagle vs Shark. "Lily (Loren Horsley) is reserved and awkward, while Jarrod (Jemaine Clement) is an introspective oddball who's blind to Lily's affection for him -- until a celebration mixed with a strange plan to exact revenge on Jarrod's high school foe brings the two misfits together. Oscar-nominated director Taika Cohen also penned this offbeat romantic comedy co-starring Joel Tobeck as Lily's brother and sounding board."
Flakes. "Hanging out with eccentric pal Pussy Katz (Zooey Deschanel) and a host of oddball customers, slacker Neal Downs (Aaron Stanford) runs a funky bistro in New Orleans that serves nothing but cereal. But his easy life gets difficult when a competitor tries to rip off his restaurant idea. Now, he'll have to fight if he wants to save his lifestyle and his livelihood. Christopher Lloyd co-stars in this quirky indie comedy directed by Michael Lehmann."