Picks from our entertainment editor, Emily Yoshida!
  1. Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World
    Werner Herzog explores what it means to be human on the internet. What single reason would there be to not be excited about this.
  2. Kiya
    VR journalism pioneer Nonny de la Peña's short about a real-life domestic violence case will make its US debut at New Frontiers.
  3. Swiss Army Man
    Music video auteurs the Daniels make their feature film debut with an oddball survivalist drama starring Daniel Radcliffe as a corpse.
  4. Nomads
    VR stars Felix and Paul continue their groundbreaking series with two new installments: Nomads: Masai and Nomads: Sea Gypsies.
  5. The Lure
    A Polish musical (!) drama set in the '80s about a pair of bloodthirsty siren sisters. I have a feeling this is going to be a much-needed dose of mid-festival weirdness.
  6. Morris From America:
    Coming-of-age tales are a Sundance mainstay, but Morris looks to be both specific and uniquely charming — and there's a considerable amount of buzz around its young star, Markees Christmas.
  7. Manchester by the Sea
    Kenneth Lonergan! Making another movie! There's still hope in this world.
  8. Operation Avalanche
    We have heard rumors that this moon landing conspiracy drama skews more toward the comedic-absurdist end of things — which frankly, makes us all the more excited.
  9. O.J.: Made in America
    ESPN Films is screening all seven and a half hours of their miniseries about the rise and fall of O.J. Simpson — just in time for Ryan Murphy's dramatic take on the subject on FX next month