‘Another Earth’
A startling astronomical discovery serves as the backdrop for well-grounded drama. (WME/Preferred Content)

‘The Details’
Jacob Aaron Estes of “Mean Creek” spins domestic discord between Tobey Ma­guire and Elizabeth Banks. (CAA/UTA)

‘The Devil’s Double’
Dominic Cooper plays both Uday Hussein and the Iraqi officer asked to impersonate him in Lee Tamahori’s latest. (Paradigm/CAA)

‘The Future’
Six years after her acclaimed Sundance debut, Miranda July returns with her sophomore feature. (UTA)

‘The Guard’
This Ireland-set opener pairs local cop Brendan Gleeson and FBI agent Don Cheadle. (UTA)

“Rocket Science” meets “The Wackness” in this coming-of-ager starring Freddie Highmore and Emma Roberts. (ICM)

‘Hot Coffee’
A scalding look at social justice through the eyes of a burn victim trying to sue McDonald’s. (Preferred Content)

This gritty Irish boxing doc reportedly has parties clamoring for remake rights. (CAA)

‘The Ledge’
Competition thriller tasks police officer Patrick Wilson with talking a suicidal man off the roof. (Preferred Content/Cassian Elwes)

‘Little Birds’
Elgin James’ edgy debut earned him a spot on Variety’s 10 Directors to Watch list. (Preferred Content)

‘Margin Call’
Zachary Quinto, Kevin Spacey and Jeremy Irons star in this David Mamet-esque thriller set on the brink of the 2008 financial crisis. (Cassian Elwes/UTA)

‘My Idiot Brother’
Paul Rudd plays a pothead who imposes on his sisters in what looks to be a crowd-pleasing comedy. (UTA)

‘Page One’
Yearlong look at inner workings of the Gray Lady could be this year’s “The September Issue.” (Submarine)

‘perfect sense’
Eva Green investigates an epidemic that leaves Ewan McGregor and hundreds more with their senses impaired. (WME)

Insiders are already calling Eugene Jarecki’s docu a “definitive look” at the late president. (Cinetic)

‘Red State’
Kevin Smith plans to auction his religious-themed horror pic after its first screening at the Eccles. (Cinetic/WME)

‘Salvation Boulevard’
Pierce Brosnan plays an evangelical preacher in one of the fest’s starrier titles, co-starring Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris, Marisa Tomei and Greg Kinnear. (UTA)

‘The Son of No One’
“A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints” director Dito Montiel landed Al Pacino in this closing night thriller. (WME/Cassian Elwes/UTA)

U.K. bizzers are abuzz over Paddy Con­sidine’s directorial debut, in which a violent man befriends a Christian woman. (Protagonist)

A low-key bloodsucker finds a nonviolent way to sustain his diet, preying on suicidal teens. (Fortissimo)