Morgan Spurlock's humorous documentary <i>The Greatest Movie Ever Sold</i> examines product placement.
Sundance Madison has released its latest Screening Room schedule, so if you've had your fill of summer blockbusters about juvenile moviemakers and men and women in tights, these foreign, indie and documentary films will get you through August.
Here's the lineup:
July 15-21: Incendies
In this acclaimed French Canadian film, twins travel to the Middle East and examine their mother's past.
July 22-28: The First Grader
An illiterate, elderly Kenyan man seeks an education -- at an elementary school.
July 29-Aug. 4: Queen to Play
Kevin Kline stars in this chess-themed comedy set in Corsica.
July 29-Aug. 4: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold
Irreverent documentarian Morgan Spurlock examines product placement.
Aug. 5-11: The Trip
Friends hit the road on a restaurant tour in a buzzy British buddy comedy, which stars Steve Coogan.
Aug. 12-18: Forks Over Knives
Pondering veganism? Learn about its merits in this documentary.
Aug. 19-25: The Double Hour
A hotel maid and a former policeman woo in this Italian romantic thriller.
Aug. 26-Sept. 1 Submarine
This British dramedy concerns a teenage boy who tries to reconcile his parents.
Aug. 26-Sept. 1 Bride Flight
Dutch women emigrate to New Zealand and new husbands in this romantic drama.