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Based on a short story in David Quammen's "Blood Line: Stories of Fathers and Sons",the film "Walking Out" follows a father and son on their trip into the wilderness. It premiers at Sundance this month.

W. Bruce Cameron's "A Dog's Purpose" is a heart warming tale about the bond between man and dog. See it in theaters on January 27th

This week, we're reading "Winner's Kiss" by Marie Rutkoski. Check out our review here! - http://www.lapl.org/collections-resources/lapl-reads/review/winners-kiss

Premiering at the Sundance Film Festival this month, Kevin Powers' "Yellow Birds" is a story about how war changes and challenges our soldiers and the effect it has on their families left at home.

Based on one chapter from historian Robert Damon Scheck's non fiction book on unexplained events across America, "The Bye Bye Man" is a terrifying account of a serial killer who can be called by merely thinking his name. See it on the big screen on January 13th!

The true story of the African American women who worked as NASA's human computers from World War II through the Cold War. Margot Lee Shetterly's "Hidden Figures" opens in theaters on January 6th!

Austin Wright's "Tony and Susan" will be released cinematically under the title "Nocturnal Animals" on December 9th

Catch Shusaku Endo's tale of religious persecution in 17th century Japan on the big screen on December 23rd