Theaters

Portland, OR - Laurelhurst Theater
Opening April 28

Wayne, MI - Phoenix Theatres State-Wayne
Opening April 28

Taos, NM - Taos Center for the Arts
April 30 - May 3

Washington, DC (Silver Spring, MD) - AFI Silver Theatre
April 30 - May 4

Milwaukee, WI - Avalon Theatre
May 2 - May 3

Amherst, MA - Amherst Cinema
May 5 - One night only!

Santa Fe, NM - The Screen
Opening May 12

Gainesville, FL - Hippodrome Theatre
May 12 - May 14

Buffalo, NY - North Park Theatre
May 12 - May 17

Nashville, TN - Belcourt Theatre
Opening May 19

Norfolk, VA - Naro Expanded Cinema
May 19 - One night only!

Duluth, MN - Zeitgeist Arts
May 23 - One night only!

Pleasantville, NY - Jacob Burns Film Center
Opening May 26

Schenectady, NY - Proctors
May 27 - One night only!

Montclair, NJ - Cinema505
June 2 & June 3

Boston, MA - Brattle Theatre
June 2 & June 4

Grand Rapids, MI - Celebration! Cinema Grand Rapids North
June 2 - June 3 & June 9 - June 10

Mt. Pleasant, MI - Celebration! Cinema Mt. Pleasant
June 2 - June 3 & June 9 - June 10

Okemos, MI - Studio C! Meridian Mall
June 2 - June 3 & June 9 - June 10

Portage, MI - Celebration! Cinema Crossroads
June 2 - June 3 & June 9 - June 10

Omaha, NE - Alamo Drafthouse Cinema La Vista
June 3 - One night only!

Toronto, ON - Fox Theatre
June 9 - One night only!

Minneapolis, MN - Landmark Uptown Theatre
June 9 - June 10

Kitchener, ON - Apollo Cinema
June 16 - One night only!

Ithaca, NY - Cinemapolis
June 16 - June 18

Lakeland, FL - Polk Theatre
June 28 - One night only!

Albuquerque, NM - Guild Cinema
June 3 - July 1

Seattle, WA - SIFF Cinema Uptown
Opening August 11

San Jose, CA - Camera 3 Cinema
September 21 - September 23

Louisville, KY - Kentucky Science Center
October 13 - One night only!

Columbia, SC - Nickelodeon Theatre
October 31 - One night only!

Brookline, MA - Coolidge Corner Theatre
November 18 - One night only!

Memphis, TN - Malco Summer 4 Drive-In
November 18 - One night only!



Past Cities & Theaters

Akron, OH - Nightlight Cinema

Anchorage, AK - Bear Tooth Theatrepub

Ann Arbor, MI - Michigan Theatre

Asheville, NC - Grail Moviehouse

Atlanta, GA - Plaza Theatre

Austin, TX - Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Village

Baton Rouge, LA - Manship Theatre

Bethlehem, PA - ArtsQuest at Steelstacks

Burlington, IA - Burlington Capitol Theatre

Cape Ann, MA - Cape Ann Cinema & Stage

Carlsbad, CA - Cinépolis La Costa

Champaign, IL - Art Theatre Co-Op

Chandler, AZ - Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

Chattanooga, TN - Chattanooga Film Festival

Chicago, IL - Music Box Theatre

Chico, CA - Pageant Theatre

Cleveland, OH - Capitol Theatre

Columbus, OH - Gateway Film Center

Dallas, TX - Texas Theatre

Davenport, FL - Cinépolis Polk

Denver, CO - SIE FilmCenter

Detroit, MI - Cinema Detroit

Durham, NC - Carolina Theatre

Honolulu, HI - Doris Duke Theatre

Howell, MI - Historic Howell Theatre

El Paso, TX - Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Montecillo

Fort Collins, CO - Lyric Cinema Café

Fort Wayne, IN - Cinema Center

Goshen, IN - River Bend Film Festival

Iowa City, IA - Bijou Film Board in partnership with FilmScene

Jacksonville, FL - Sun-Ray Cinema

Jupiter, FL - Cinépolis Jupiter

Kansas City, MO - Screenland Armour Theatre

Laguna Niguel, CA - Cinépolis Laguna Niguel

Lancaster, PA - Zoetropolis Art House and Theatre

Los Angeles, CA - Cinefamily

Lubbock, TX - Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

Miami, FL - O Cinema Wynwood

New Orleans, LA - The Broad Theater

New York, NY - Cinépolis Chelsea

New York, NY - Metrograph

Oklahoma City, OK - Oklahoma City Museum of Art

Pasadena, CA - Laemmle Playhouse 7

Philadelphia, PA - Prince Theater

Pico Rivera, CA - Cinépolis Pico Rivera

Pittsburgh, PA - Hollywood Theatre Dormont

Phoenix, AZ - FilmBar

Portland, ME - Nickelodeon Cinemas

Portland, OR - Cinema 21

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - Cinépolis Rancho Santa Margarita

Richmond, VA - Bijou Film Center

Rome, NY - Capitol Theatre

Salt Lake City, UT - Tower Theatre

San Diego, CA - Cinépolis Del Mar

San Francisco, CA - 4-Star Theatre

San Francisco, CA - Roxie Theatre

Santa Ana, CA - Frida Cinema

Santa Monica, CA - Aero Theatre

Sioux Falls, SD - Indievents

Stamford, CT - Avon Theatre

Tacoma, WA - Grand Cinema

Tempe, AZ - Harkins Valley Art

Thousand Oaks, CA - Cinépolis Westlake Village

Traverse City, MI - State Theatre

Tucson, AZ - Loft Cinema

Tulsa, OK - Circle Cinema

Vancouver, WA - Kiggins Theatre

Vicksburg, MS - Strand Theatre

Vista, CA - Cinépolis Vista

Winston-Salem, NC - a/perture cinema

Yonkers, NY - Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

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