“PROJECT ALMANAC”: A high school genius and his friends discover blueprints for a mysterious device that has limitless potential. They don’t realize the device puts them in danger. Featuring Sophia Black-D’Elia, Jonny Weston and Allen Evangelista.
“THE LOFT”: Five men share a secret penthouse loft where there they can indulge deepest fantasies. Karl Urban (“Star Trek Into Darkness”) and James Marsden (“2 Guns”) star in this psychological thriller.
“BLACK OR WHITE”: In this New Orleans-filmed drama, a grieving widower is left to care for his granddaughter. The child gets caught in the middle when her paternal grandmother seeks custody. Kevin Costner, Octavia Spencer and New Orleans native Anthony Mackie star.
“BLACK SEA”: This adventure-thriller centers on a rogue submarine captain (Jude Law) who gathers a misfit crew together for the purpose of finding a sunken treasure rumored to be in the Black Sea.
“FORCE MAJEURE”: This award-winning Swedish film details the effect a father’s cowardice has on his family during a vacation in the French Alps. Opens Friday at Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center, 1618 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.
“SUPREMACY”: A just-paroled white supremacist and his ruthless girlfriend kill a police officer and take an African-American family hostage. The supremacist leader who oversees a criminal empire from behind bars sees the events as a threat to his operations. Danny Glover, Joe Anderson, Julie Benz, Derek Luke, Lela Rochon and Anson Mount star. Opens Friday exclusively at Chalmette Movies.
“SALVATION ARMY”: A coming of age film about being gay in Morocco. Opens Friday at Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center, 1618 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.
“R100”: A dark comedy about an ordinary guy who joins an underground S&M sex club. Opens Friday at Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center, 1618 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.
“LITTLE FEET”: Two children in Los Angeles decide that they want to see “the river.” Setting out on their own, their encounters on the journey form the story’s heart and soul. Opening Friday at Indywood Cinema, 628 Elysian Fields Ave.
“ZACK AND ADDIE”: This documentary explores the possible root causes of a notorious 2006 French Quarter murder-suicide that involved dismemberment, beheading and apparent cannibalism. Opening Friday at Indywood Cinema, 628 Elysian Fields Ave.