Here are the 10 feature films selected for Next Weekend:
• "12 O'Clock Boys," written and directed by Lotfy Nathan (U.S.) • A documentary follows a 13-year-old Baltimore boy who wants to join a notorious urban dirt-bike gang.
• "Blue Caprice," directed by Alexandre Moors, written by R.F.I. Porto and Alexandre Moors) Tequan Richmond plays an abandoned boy who falls under the wing of a dangerous father figure (Isaiah Washington), in this drama inspired by the 2002 Beltway sniper attacks.
• "Cutie and the Boxer," directed by Zachary Heinzerling (U.S.) • A funny, moving documentary that traces the relationship of "boxing painter" Ushio Shinohara and his patient wife Noriko, who's at last coming into her own as an artist.
• "The Foxy Merkins," directed by Madeleine Olnek, written by Olnek, Jackie Monahan and Lisa Haas (U.S.), World Premiere • Two lesbian hookers (Lisa Haas and Jackie Monahan) form an unlikely partnership in this buddy comedy.
• "How to Be a Man," directed by Chadd Harbold, written by Bryan Gaynor, Chadd Harbold and Gavin McInnes (U.S.), World Premiere • A former comedian (Gavin McInnes) learns he has cancer, and hires a young cameraman (Liam Aiken) to capture his crude and comical life lessons to his unborn son.
• "It Felt Like Love," written and directed by Eliza Hittman (U.S.) • A 14-year-old Brooklyn girl (Gina Piersanti) seeks sexual experience, and her quest takes a dangerous turn when she pursues an older guy.
• "Newlyweeds," written and directed by Shaka King (U.S.) • An unlikely romance between a Brooklyn repo man (Amari Cheatom) and his globe-trotting girlfriend (Trae Harris) is defined by their chemical dependency.
• "Stand Clear of the Closing Doors," directed by Sam Fleischner, written by Rose Lichter-Marck and Micah Bloomberg (U.S.) • An autistic Mexican boy runs away from his undocumented family outside New York City, beginning an 11-day journey on the city's subways as his splintered family unites to find him.
• "A Teacher," written and directed by Hannah Fidell • In a wealthy Texas suburb, a high-school teacher (Lindsay Burdge) has an affair with one of her students (Will Brittain).
• "This Is Martin Bonner," written and directed by Chad Hartigan • A divorced mentor (Paul Eenhoorn) and an ex-convict (Richmond Arquette) form a bond in this low-key story that won awards at Sundance this year.
For more details on the program, go to the Sundance website.