September 2022 New Movies: Check Out the Latest Releases

September 2022 is set to be an exciting month for film fans, as a wide variety of new releases hit theaters. From festival favorites to highly anticipated films, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Let’s take a closer look at the lineup of movies coming out this month!

New Movies in U.S. Theaters:

1. Gigi & Nate (LIMITED)
This film, directed by Nick Hamm, tells the story of Nate Gibson, whose life takes an unexpected turn after a near-fatal illness leaves him quadriplegic. When he meets Gigi, an intelligent capuchin monkey, she becomes his unlikely service animal and helps him find hope and a new lease on life.

2. Burial (LIMITED)
Set in the waning days of World War II, this film follows a group of Russian soldiers tasked with delivering the remains of Hitler back to Stalin in Russia. On their journey, they encounter German partisans and must fight to protect their cargo and the truth it holds.

3. Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.
In this satirical comedy, Regina Hall stars as Trinitie Childs, the proud first lady of a Southern Baptist megachurch. Together with her husband Pastor Lee-Curtis Childs, they must rebuild their congregation and make a comeback after a scandal forces their church to temporarily close.

4. Peter Von Kant (LIMITED)
This film, directed by François Ozon, is a reinvention of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s “The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant”. It follows the tumultuous life of Peter Von Kant, a stand-in for the legendary German filmmaker. As he becomes infatuated with a young actor, his life takes unexpected turns.

5. After Ever Happy
The fourth film in the “After” franchise, this romantic drama finds Tessa and Hardin at a crossroads in their relationship. As they navigate personal tragedies and struggles, they must decide if their love is strong enough to survive or if it’s time to go their separate ways.

6. Barbarian
Set in Northern Minnesota, this film explores the lives of senior boys in rival communities as they skate for a last chance to make it big in the NHL. The movie delves into the pressures, distractions, and rising testosterone these young men must navigate as they pursue their dreams.

7. The Bengali (LIMITED)
” The Bengali” tells the story of Fatima Shaik, an African-American writer who embarks on a quest to India, where her grandfather once claimed to own land. As she looks for her family’s past, she encounters uncertainty, unexpected encounters, and cultural divides in her search for the truth.

8. The Class (LIMITED)
This heartwarming coming-of-age drama follows a group of high school students forced to spend a Saturday completing a missed final exam. As they work together to navigate the values, betrayals, and love within themselves and their classmates, they learn important life lessons along the way.

9. Dos Estaciones (LIMITED)
Set in the bucolic hills of the Jalisco Highlands, this film tells the story of María García, the owner of Dos Estaciones, a struggling tequila factory. As María hires a new manager and battles crop plagues and floods, she must do everything she can to save her community’s pride and primary source of income.

10. Hockeyland
In this documentary, director Tommy Haines explores the lives of senior boys in rival communities as they skate for a last chance to etch their names into local lore. The film examines the pressures, distractions, and rising testosterone these young men must navigate as they pursue their dreams in the world of hockey.

These are just a few of the exciting movies coming to U.S. theaters this September. From comedies to dramas and everything in between, there’s a film for every taste. Get ready to grab your popcorn and enjoy the magic of the big screen!

New Movies in U.K. Cinemas:

1. The Forgiven
Directed by John Michael McDonagh, “The Forgiven” follows the story of a wealthy couple who accidentally hit and kill a young Moroccan man while driving. The incident sets off a chain of events that will test the couple’s morality and shake the foundation of their seemingly idyllic lives.

2. Three Thousand Years of Longing
In this fantasy romance film, directed by George Miller, a former actress named Sangok meets a Djinn who offers her three wishes in exchange for his freedom. As she navigates her wishes and her complicated past, Sangok discovers a newfound ability to dance and transforms into a person of extraordinary beauty.

3. Wildhood
Directed by Bretten Hannam, “Wildhood” tells the story of Mimmi and Rönkkö, two best friends who want to live adventurous lives full of passion and experiences. When they meet Emma, a dedicated figure skater, their lives take unexpected turns, leading them on a journey of self-discovery and personal growth.

4. Crimes of the Future
Directed by David Cronenberg, “Crimes of the Future” is a dystopian film set in a world where the Earth’s ecosystem has collapsed. The story follows a group of experimental performance artists known for their unique process of extracting disturbing sounds from various foods. As they navigate their lives and their art, they encounter unexpected challenges and dangers.

5. I Used to Be Famous
Directed by Eddie Sternberg, “I Used to Be Famous” centers around Vince, a former member of a popular boy band. Now alone and desperate, Vince meets a blind biwa player named Tomona, and together they embark on a journey of friendship and rediscovery. The film explores themes of fame, love, and the pursuit of happiness.

These are just a few of the exciting films hitting U.K. cinemas this September. From thought-provoking dramas to whimsical romances, there’s a film for every movie lover to enjoy. Be sure to check out these releases on the big screen!

In addition to the new movie releases, there are also several film festivals happening this month. The Venice Film Festival, Deauville Film Festival, TIFF, San Sebastián International Film Festival, and many more offer a diverse selection of films from around the world.

So whether you’re a fan of independent cinema, blockbuster hits, or thought-provoking dramas, September has something for everyone. Grab your popcorn, sit back, and enjoy the magic of the silver screen!