Donnie Yen stars as Liu Jinxi, a quiet mountain-village family man who turns out to have a complicated past, in Dragon. Radius/The Weinstein Co. hide caption

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Yusef Salaam, wrongly accused of rape, is escorted by police. He and four other teens were eventually found guilty of a crime they didn't commit. Getty Images hide caption

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From left: Matt Eckert (Josh Peck) and his friend Robert (Josh Hutcherson) join Matt's Marine brother Jed (Chris Hemsworth) on a mission to stop North Korean invaders. Ron Phillips/Open Road Films hide caption

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Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God documents the claims made by four deaf men who accused a Catholic priest of sexual abuse — and in chronicling the response of the church, details the role the current pope played in such scandals earlier in his career. TIFF hide caption

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Buffalo Girls follows two 8-year-old professional Muay Thai fighters. Pet Chor Chanachai not only fights to support her family, but does so while suffering from a heart defect. 108 Media hide caption

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Xie Yifan (Jang Dong-gun) sets out to seduce a young widow, Du Fenyu (Zhang Ziyi), at the behest of his former flame. Well Go USA hide caption

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Aging musician Cheyenne (Sean Penn) and his wife, Jane (Frances McDormand), live a relatively normal life out of the spotlight. The Weinstein Co. hide caption

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An engaged couple (Gael Garcia Bernal and Hani Furstenberg) backpacks through the Caucasus Mountains with their guide (Bidzina Gujabidze), but their bond is soon tested by fate. IFC Films hide caption

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Sammo Hung, the film's fight choreographer, has worked with kung fu artists like Jackie Chan and John Woo. Okazaki Hirotake/Variance Films hide caption

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Cross, Monica Ashe (Rachel Nichols) and Tommy Kane (Edward Burns) race against the clock to find the sociopathic assassin. Sidney Baldwin/Summit Entertainment hide caption

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Paul (Romain Duris), an aspiring photographer, assumes another man's identity to escape his job, marriage and dull life. MPI Media Group hide caption

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Lea Seydoux plays the titular role of a young woman largely living off the generosity of her younger, petty-thieving brother. Adopt Films hide caption

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Eugene Jarecki's The House I Live In takes a measured, multiperspective look at U.S. drug policies, which approach drug use as a criminal matter rather than a medical one. Samuel Cullman/Charlotte Street Films hide caption

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