Helmut and Heidi Tübgürte own a small, artisanal yogurt company in a small nordic city where their family has always supplied the locals with some of the best yogurt in the world. A dream of expansion and a chance meeting with an enthusiastic American inspires them to take their brand to the USA, but unbeknownst to them, their new partner Tanner is more interested in branding and turning a quick profit than keeping any of his promises. With corners being cut and regulations being ignored, Tube-Gurt prepares to launch in the US and the results could ruin the family yogurt business forever.
Once, there were cities teeming with people and life. A culture now lost to the ages. But at the very end of it all, some brave humans made their way to a place warm and familiar to them: the Swedish furniture outlet store Ikea. Here they have lived for generations, keeping the old ways as best they can. On the eve of another great “Exiting”, where four young people are chosen to leave the store on a mission of exploration and hope, a documentary crew in charge of recording the Ikea peoples’ proud history watches on as this year’s chosen weigh their fates and try to decide if they are ready to leave behind…The Ikea at the End of the World.
Brian is a little down on his luck. Making ends meet by selling weed out of his crappy apartment, he doesn’t have a lot of positive things going for him. That is, except for his beloved dog, Papi. Papi adores her owner, and just wants to see him happy. How can a dog understand that the person she loves is making bad decisions, getting in too deep, and putting both of them in real danger? Maybe Papi can’t, but to her Brian will forever be her Good Boy.
Gene’s having an eventful last day of college. His papers are due, he’s trying to breakup with his girlfriend, and he wants to make some time to attend his school’s last day festivities. While navigating his way through this difficult day, he starts to notice something strange: a man who looks just like him, desperately following him wherever he goes. Who is this mysterious stranger, what do they want from him, and why do they keep pleading him to give them their life back?
Tim and Jim have never really gotten along. Neighbors since the births of their sons, they’ve felt a competitive spirit between them that has, over the years, started to erode their sanity. On the eve of their sons joint 21st birthdays their competition reaches a fever pitch, with both men spending and scheming to make sure their respective party is the most memorable 21st. As the parties devolve into a chaotic night of high-end electronics, fancy liquor, and famous bands, will Jim and Tim learn anything? Or will they just keep being Neighborly Dicks?
Time ticks by slowly in Sauna City. Like a bead of sweat running down your face or film that’s just one scene too long. Steve Gerard, film critic, knows this all too well. Steve’s been spending way too much time online, and he’s started to notice something he worries no one else has seen: a killer, lurking sites and bragging about a string of mysterious murders of online personalities. Can Steve connect the clues across the web that no one else is noticing? Or is the sweltering summer heat and constant diet of content making him lose his mind?
For years Lauren and Molly have watched and practically worshipped their local weatherman, Tim Skillet. When Tim’s girlfriend, Chicago politician Ellen Degeneray, proposes to him during a live broadcast, their lives are sent into a spiral. With Lauren’s dim-witted husband in tow, they set off on a poorly thought out crime spree to make sure Tim remains single…even if it means getting rid of Ellen permanently.