This documentary explores the history and impact of Lee's classic novel. With Oprah Winfrey, Tom Brokaw, Anna Quindlen and Jon Meacham. Written and directed by Mary Murphy. First Run Features


In a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by wars between humans and vampires, a warrior priest goes on a quest to rescue his kidnapped niece. With Paul Bettany, Karl Urban, Cam Gigandet and Maggie Q. Written by Cory Goodman. Directed by Scott Stewart. In 3-D. Screen Gems


A young skating-rink manager and his high-school friends come of age in a small Texas town in the early '80s. With Shiloh Fernandez, Ashley Greene and Heath Freeman. Written by Anthony Burns, Brandon Freeman and Heath Freeman. Directed by Burns. Freestyle Releasing

May 18

Louder Than a Bomb

This documentary follows four teams of teenagers as they prepare for a youth poetry slam in Chicago. Directed by Greg Jacobs and Jon Siskel. Balcony Releasing


This documentary explores the notion of what it means to be a man through the lens of personal grooming and appearance. Directed by Morgan Spurlock. Paladin

May 20

The Big Uneasy

This documentary investigates the catastrophic flooding in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina as a preventable, man-made disaster that resulted from poor decision making by the Army Corps of Engineers. Written and directed by Harry Shearer. The Notions Department


Forty years after abandoning his wife and family for a life on the road, a grizzled patriarch reappears and is forced to reckon with the aftermath of his leaving. With Kris Kristofferson, Reece Thompson, Dwight Yoakam and Frances Conroy. Written by W. Earl Brown. Directed by Shane Dax Taylor. Samuel Goldwyn Films

Cost of a Soul

Two wounded Iraq war veterans return to the slum they grew up in and find it still plagued by crime, corruption and violence. With Chris Kerson, Will Blagrove, Judy Jerome and Mark Borkowski. Written and directed by Sean Kirkpatrick. Rogue/AMC Theatres


A crop artist travels from Kansas to New York City to create a massive environmental artwork. With John Hawkes, Chris Bachand, James McDaniel and Laura Kirk. Written and directed by Chris Ordal. Shadow Distribution

Fading of the Cries