Samuel L. Jackson narrates this Disney documentary that follows two cat families, a mother cheetah and her five cubs, and a lion and his pride.
Bill Cunningham New York
Richard Press's affectionate documentary looks at the eightysomething New York Times fashion photographer who chronicles on the street and among the jet-set.
The High Cost of Living
First-time writer-director Deborah Chow created this Montreal-set drama about the bond that forms between a pregnant woman (Isabelle Blais) and a hit-and-run driver ( Garden State star Zach Braff) who left her unconscious on the street.
Toronto director Ant Horasanli's debut feature film follows a 19-year-old immigrant (Reza Sholeh) who alienates his family and risks his education when he falls into the hard-partying Toronto nightclub scene.
Madea's Big Happy Family
Tyler Perry dons the wig and dress again as the wise and sassy granny, Madea, who helps her niece (Loretta Devine) bring her five children together to talk about her health crisis.
Vancouver director Carl Bessai's most recent feature follows three addicts (Richard De Klerk, Dustin Milligan and Amanda Crew) in rehab, where their days inexplicably repeat.
Water for Elephants
This adaptation of Sara Gruen's novel about a Depression-era veterinary student (Robert Pattinson) who takes a job in a travelling circus features Reese Witherspoon as the circus star and Christoph Waltz as the cruel ringmaster.
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