Gray Matters Director: Sue Kramer, making her feature debut. The UCLA film school graduate also wrote the screenplay.
Synopsis: Romantic comedy about a tightknit brother (Thomas Cavanagh) and sister (Heather Graham) who fall for the same woman.
Release date: Friday
Distributor: Yari Film Group
The Namesake Director: Mira Nair, whose films include "Mississippi Masala," "Monsoon Wedding" and "Vanity Fair."
Synopsis: Drama about an American-born son of Indian immigrants (Kal Penn) who clashes with his family's traditional ways.
Release date: March 9
Distributor: Fox Searchlight
Air Guitar Nation Director: Alexandra Lipsitz, who previously made Polish documentaries for the BBC, worked in several circuses and as a professional sailor.
Synopsis: Documentary chronicling the birth of the U.S. Air Guitar Championships, pitting "C. Diddy" against archnemesis "Bjorn Turoque."
Release date: March 23
I Could Never Be Your Woman Director: Amy Heckerling, whose credits include "Clueless" and "Fast Times at Ridgemont High."
Synopsis: Romantic comedy about a mother (Michelle Pfeiffer) who falls in love with a younger man (Paul Rudd).
Release date: April 6
Distributor: Freestyle Releasing Sources: Media by Numbers, IMDB