Texas-based singer-songwriter Eliza Gilkyson encompasses dark and light in her first album in three years. From the environmental warning of “The Ark” to the hopeful “Touchstone,” Gilkyson digs deep and sings beautifully. Album comes out March 18.
Sexual harassment became a watercooler topic when Anita Hill (left) testified against Clarence Thomas in his 1991 Supreme Court nomination hearings. The eloquent law professor, both venerated and vilified for speaking out, tells her story in this clear-eyed documentary. Available in select theaters on March 21.
His attraction to a teenage exchange student (a subtle Felicity Jones) threatens the marriage of a classical musician (Guy Pearce, with Jones, left) in this elegantly directed film. In theaters March 28.
Cyndi Lauper celebrates 30 chart-topping years with a two-disc reissue of her first album. New song versions and remixes prove the Tony-winning composer (Kinky Boots) still knows how to have fun. Album comes out April 1.
On this album, some two dozen artists pay tribute to folk rocker Jackson Browne, from Bonnie Raitt (left) and David Lindley’s Caribbean-style “Everywhere I Go” to the Indigo Girls’ harmonious “Fountain of Sorrow.” Album comes out April 1.
Performance art or historical document? Former secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld dissects his political career in Errol Morris’s film portrait of an impenetrable but fascinating man and all his contradictions. In theaters April 2.
Season four of HBO’s megahit Game of Thrones launches with a plethora of plot twists. Among them: Jaime acquires a golden fist, Tyrion ends up in shackles, and Daenerys (Emilia Clarke, left) sits on a throne. Premieres April 6.
Sharon Stone and Sofia Vergara (both left) yearning for a ménage à trois with John Turturro? The script (by writer-director Turturro) delivers, and French singer Vanessa Paradis adds ambience. In theaters April 18.