Summer Movie Release Schedule

May 7th, 2013

All dates are subject to change.

May

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AROUSED A group of successful porn stars talk about their lives and their work as they pose for a book by the photographer Deborah Anderson, who also directed and produced this documentary.

CAROLINE AND JACKIE A surprise birthday party becomes the occasion for a pair of sisters (Marguerite Moreau and Bitsie Tulloch) to face their personal issues. Adam Christian Clark wrote and directed.

DEAD MAN’S BURDEN Clare Bowen and Barlow Jacobs as a sister and brother who come into conflict over the family homestead in the New Mexico of 1870. Jared Moshé wrote and directed.

DESPERATE ACTS OF MAGIC An aspiring professional magician (Joe Tyler Gold) and an accomplished street performer (Valerie Dillman) work out their complicated relationship over the course of an international magic competition. Mr. Gold and Tammy Caplan directed; with Jonathan Levit and Sascha Alexander.

1ST NIGHT An industrialist (Richard E. Grant) sponsors a production of “Così Fan Tutte” at his country estate in hopes of impressing the conductor (Sarah Brightman). With Mia Maestro and Oliver Dimsdale; Christopher Menaul directed.

FRAGMENTS OF KUBELKA A four-hour documentary on the life and work of the Austrian avant-garde filmmaker Peter Kubelka, directed by Martina Kudlacek.

FREE THE MIND The neurosurgeon Richard Davidson applies Tibetan meditation practices to help children with attention deficit disorder and veterans with post-traumatic stress, in a documentary directed by Phie Ambo.

GENERATION UM A driver for an escort service (Keanu Reeves) becomes an accidental filmmaker when he turns a stolen camcorder on two women (Adelaide Clemens and Bojana Novakovic) from his agency. Mark L. Mann wrote and directed.

GREETINGS FROM TIM BUCKLEY How the musician Jeff Buckley (Penn Badgley) stepped out of the shadow of his famous father, Tim, in a dramatization directed by Daniel Algrant (“Naked in New York”). With Imogen Poots, William Sadler and Norbert Leo Butz.

THE HAPPY HOUSE Hoping to repair their relationship, a Brooklyn couple check into a bed-and-breakfast that turns out to be full of zany characters. With Khan Baykal and Aya Cash; D. W. Young directed.

THE ICEMAN How the contract killer Richard Kuklinski (Michael Shannon) managed to kill over 100 people while maintaining a seemingly happy home life with his wife and children. Ariel Vromen directed; with Winona Ryder, Chris Evans, Ray Liotta, David Schwimmer, Robert Davi and Danny A. Abeckaser.

IRON MAN 3 Robert Downey Jr. is back as the armor-plated industrialist Tony Stark; all the studio says is that this time he’s confronted by a “malevolent enemy” — surely the worst kind of enemy to have! With Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Guy Pearce, Rebecca Hall, Stephanie Szostak, James Badge Dale, Jon Favreau and Ben Kingsley. Shane Black directed, in 3-D.

KISS OF THE DAMNED The director Xan Cassavetes offers a homage to stylish Euro-horror films with the tale of a screenwriter (Milo Ventimiglia) determined to seduce a beautiful vampire (Joséphine de La Baume).

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED A misanthropic widower (Pierce Brosnan) meets a recently separated hairdresser (Trine Dyrholm) on the way from Copenhagen to Sorrento, Italy, where their children are getting married. Do the math. Susanne Bier (“Brothers”) directed.

ONCE UPON A TIME IN BROOKLYN Released from prison, Bobby Baldano (William DeMeo) faces a choice: join his father (Armand Assante) in a legitimate family business, or return to a life of crime. With Cathy Moriarty, Ice-T and Ja Rule.

POST TENEBRAS LUX From the Mexican mysticist Carlos Reygadas (“Silent Light”), the tale of a middle-class family that moves from the city to the country and discovers a strange new world.

SCATTER MY ASHES AT BERGDORF’S A documentary on the storied New York clothing store and the customers and designers who made it famous, directed by Matthew Miele.

SOMETHING IN THE AIR A student experiences the heady rush of radicalized Paris, around 1971, in a semiautobiographical feature from the filmmaker Olivier Assayas (“Summer Hours”). With Clément Métayer and Lola Créton.

THE SOURCE FAMILY The history of a renowned Los Angeles utopian community, told through contemporary interviews and archival material in a documentary directed by Maria Demopoulos and Jodi Wille.

TURTLE HILL, BROOKLYN A Brooklyn couple (Brian W. Seibert and Ricardo Valdez) find their perfect relationship threatened during the course of a raucous, daylong birthday party. Ryan Gielen directed.

UNMADE IN CHINA The director Gil Kofman documents his own attempts to make a thriller in China, while government agencies keep a close eye on him. Tanner King Barlow co-directed.

WHAT MAISIE KNEW Julianne Moore and Steve Coogan star in a contemporary adaptation of the classic Henry James novel about the bitter breakup of a marriage as experienced by a child (Onata Aprile). With Alexander Skarsgard and Joanna Vanderham; Scott McGehee and David Siegel (“The Deep End”) directed.

MAY 8

ONE TRACK HEART: THE STORY OF KRISHNA DAS The story of Krishna Das, a popular yoga teacher and recording artist, recounted in a documentary by Jeremy Frindel.

MAY 10

AFTERSHOCK Trapped in an underground nightclub after an earthquake devastates a Chilean city, a group of tourists discovers that their problems are just beginning. Nicolás López directed from a script by Eli Roth, who also stars as “Gringo.” With Ariel Levy and Selena Gomez.

AND NOW A WORD FROM OUR SPONSOR A Chicago advertising executive (Bruce Greenwood) awakes from a coma able to speak only in slogans. A compassionate ex-flame (Parker Posey) takes him in. Zack Bernbaum directed.

ASSAULT ON WALL STREET A security guard (Dominic Purcell) goes looking for revenge on the Wall Street firm that lost his life savings. Directed by the prolific Uwe Boll (“Postal”); with Erin Karpluk, Edward Furlong, Eric Roberts and Clint Howard.

THE GIRLS IN THE BAND The untold story of women in jazz, from the 1930s to the present. Judy Chaikin directed.

THE GREAT GATSBY This may be the fourth theatrical film derived from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel of the jazz age, but it’s the first in 3-D. Leonardo DiCaprio stars as the social-climbing millionaire; with Carey Mulligan, Tobey Maguire, Joel Edgerton and Isla Fisher. Baz Luhrmann (“Moulin Rouge,” “Australia”) lends his distinctive directorial touch.

This article has been revised to reflect the following correction:

Correction: May 6, 2013

An earlier version of these listings misstated the release date of “The Wolverine.” It is July 26, not June 26.

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