Presented by the Maui Film Festival and screened at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center's Castle Theater, FirstLight films are $15 per showing. Buy a VIP FastPass at $48 and get access to any four FirstLight movies, valid through January; FastPasses can be shared with family and friends. Tickets and VIP FastPasses can be purchased by calling 242-7469 or by visiting the MACC box office during hours of operation and one hour prior to all film screenings. See www.mauifilmfestival.com or www.mauiarts.org.
* 2 p.m. Julia Louis-Dreyfuss and James Gandolfini star alongside co-stars Catherine Keener, Toni Collette and Ben Falcone in Nicole Holofcener's newest romantic dramedy about a divorced single parent and masseuse finding new and true love in a totally unexpected place. (PG-13/93 min.)
"All Is Lost"
* 5 p.m. According to the New York Times, Academy Award-winner Robert Redford "gives the performance of his life" in what Rolling Stone says is a "thrilling, pulse-racing lost-at-sea survival adventure" written and directed by J.C. Chandor. (PG-13/106 min.)
* 7:30 p.m. Joaquin Phoenix, Scarlet Johansson, Amy Adams, Olivia Wilde and Rooney Mara stars in this romantic drama about a complex, soulful man who, despite not yet having found true love in his own life, writes personal letters for other people - until he shares a genuine, deep and mutual 21st century love and intimacy with "Samantha" the voice of his computer's new operating system. (R/120 min.)
* Noon. An animated prehistoric comedy adventure featuring the voices of Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds, Emma Stone and Catherine Keener. (PG/98 min.)
"Dallas Buyers Club"
* 2 p.m. Matthew McConaughey stars with Jennifer Garner and Jared Leto in a uniquely American story of the transformative power of resilience and struggle for dignity and acceptance. (R/117 min.)
* 5 p.m. A divorced woman in her late 50s recaptures her life in this pitch-perfect dramedy where she ultimately reconnects with her sensual powers and feels vibrantly alive. Chile's official submission to the Academy Awards Best Foreign Language Film category. Spanish with English subtitles. (R/110 min.)
* 7:30 p.m. Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin star in this new romantic drama about an escaped convict, unknowingly brought home on Labor Day weekend by a single mom's errand-running 13-year-old son. Their time together shapes the rest of their lives. (PG-13/111 min.)
"aka Doc Pomus"
* 2 p.m. You know his songs. Now hear history. The challenged, yet stratospherically successful, songwriter of "Save the Last Dance for Me," "This Magic Moment" and "A Teenager in Love" who was revered by John Lennon, Elvis Presley, Lou Reed and B.B. King.
* 4 p.m. Greta Gerwig stars in this quirky New York City without an apartment (good luck!) dreamer who throws herself, literally head over heels, into following her bliss with an unaccountable joy and lightness that's a great life lesson to us all. Lighten Up! Why not?
"Blue Is The Warmest Color"
* 6 p.m. The sensation of this year's Cannes Film Festival even before awarded its most prestigious prize, the Palme d'Or. A profoundly moving, sometimes graphic, hymn to both love and life that tells the tale of a young woman and the older woman who becomes the love of her life. "Erotically-Charged, Emotionally Daring and a Ravishing Romance," raved Rolling Stone. French with English subtitles. (NC-17/179 min.)
* 9 p.m. Set against the backdrop of New York City's dance community, this beautiful and emotional drama is filled with rare sensuality. It has garnered awards at the Rio Gay, Tel Aviv LGBT and London Fringe Film Festivals and was the Opening Night Premiere at the Dance on Camera Film Festival at Lincoln Center in New York City. (Unrated/83 min.)