Alone and depressed after the suicide of her lover, American flight attendant Gina (Lindsay Burdge, A TEACHER) travels to Paris and hooks up with nightclub bartender Jerome (Damien Bonnard, STAYING VERTICAL) on her layover. But as Gina falls deeper into lust and opts to stay in France, this harmless rendezvous quickly turns into unrequited amour fou. When Jerome’s ex Clémence (Esther Garrel) reenters the picture, Gina is sent on a downward spiral of miscommunication, masochism, and madness. In-spired by European erotic dramas from the 70’s, THIRST STREET burrows deep into the delirious extremes we go to for love.
Get Big – Sept. 1
Two friends reconnect when they attend a high school classmate’s wedding. Alec is the charming troublemaker, while Nate provides the neurotic and awkward foil to his friend’s unpredictable antics.
I do…until i don’t-Sept. 1
Vivian is a jaded filmmaker who believes that marriage is an outmoded concept that needs a reboot. Hoping to prove her theory, she begins to interview three couples at various stages in their relationships.
Hazlo Como Hombre- Sept. 1
A man who is about to marry his best friend’s sister tells both of them that he is gay. His distraught fiancee struggles to accept the news, while his buddy refuses to believe it’s true.
Home Again- Sept. 8
A recently separated mother of two starts a new life in Los Angeles, which is complicated by her decision to house three young, charismatic guys.
Second Nature- Sept. 8
A woman and man compete in an unusual race for mayor when gender roles magically reverse.
Brad’s Status- Sept. 22
Brad Sloan has a satisfying career and a comfortable life in suburban California, but it’s not quite what he imagined during his glory days in college. Sloan keeps comparing his life with those of his four college friends, wondering what it would be like to have their well-paying and glamorous jobs. When circumstances force Brad to reconnect with his buddies, he soon begins to question whether he has failed, or is in some ways the most successful of them all.
The Tiger Hunter- Sept. 22
Sami Malik, a young Indian, travels to America in the 1970s. He dreams of becoming an engineer to impress his childhood crush and live up to the legacy of his father, a legendary tiger hunter. When Sami’s job falls through, he takes a low-end job and joins with a gang of oddball friends in hopes of convincing his childhood sweetheart that he’s far more successful than he truly is — or perhaps ever could be.