"Kiss of the Damned" (March 28)
A tale of forbidden love, "Kiss of the Damned" marks the writing-directing debut of Xan Cassavetes, daughter to John Cassavetes and Gena Rowlands. In the full blooded romance, Milo Ventimiglia plays a human screenwriter who falls for a beautiful vampire named Djuna (Josephine de La Baume). While initially trying to resist her feelings for Paolo, Djuna eventually gives into their passion and leads him into the dark world of vampires. Their love is tested when Djuna's sister Mimi (Roxane Mesquida) comes to visit to stir up trouble. The film screens at SXSW this weekend.

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"Let Fury Have the Hour" (March 5)
Rough, raw and unapologetic filmmaker Antonino D'Ambrosio's "Let Fury Have the Hour" is an exuberant, mixed media collage that incorporates graphic art, music, animation, and spoken word. The film takes a look at the catalysts that drive artists and musicians to create, bringing together over 50 artists, writers, musicians and activists including Eve Ensler, Lewis Black, John Sayles, Shepard Fairey, Chuck D, Billy Bragg, Wayne Kramer, Tom Morello and more.

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"Polish Bar" (March 19)
The gritty indie "Polish Bar" centers on Reuben ("Boardwalk Empire" star Vincent Piazza), a young, middle-class Jew, fed up with the family jewelry business. To shake things up, he looks for respect by trying to prove himself as a Hip Hop DJ and working for Polish criminals at the local strip club. Before he's had a chance to make a break for it, Reuben is brought back to reality by the return of Moises, his Orthodox cousin, who forces him to reexamine his values and beliefs.

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