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Magnolia Pictures has a whole slew of cool genre pictures coming down the pike in the coming months via its Magnet Releasing banner. We’ve got the goods on when HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN and others will be hitting big screens.
Fango just learned that HOBO will be released theatrically in select cities May 6, with details to be announced soon; New York City residents can catch an advance peek this Friday night via Lincoln Center’s Film Comment Selects series (see details here and go here for a chance to win free tickets). Up first is Brad Anderson’s VANISHING ON 7TH STREET, whose playdates begin this weekend:
February 18 New York, NY: Village East Cinemas
Feb. 25 Berkeley, CA: Shattuck Cinemas 10 San Francisco, CA: Lumiere Theatre 3 West Los Angeles, CA: Nuart Theatre Denver, CO: Mayan Theatre Philadelphia, PA: Ritz at the Bourse
March 4 San Diego, CA: Ken Cinema Royal Oak, MI: Main Art Theatre Portland, OR: Hollywood Theatre Charleston, SC: Terrace Theatre Seattle, WA: Varsity Theatre
March 11 Palm Desert, CA: Cinemas Palme D'Or 7
March 19 Columbus, OH: Gateway 8
Next is Kim Jee-woon’s grisly serial-killer epic I SAW THE DEVIL (reviewed here):
March 4 New York, NY: IFC Center 5 West Los Angeles, CA: Nuart Theatre
March 11 Berkeley, CA: Shattuck Cinemas 10 San Francisco, CA: Lumiere Theatre 3 Minneapolis, MN: Lagoon Cinema
March 18 San Diego, CA: Ken Cinema Denver, CO: Mayan Theatre Washington, DC: E Street Cinema Cambridge, MA: Kendall Square Cinema Portland, OR: Hollywood Theatre
March 25 Atlanta, GA: Midtown Art Cinemas 8 University City, MO: Tivoli Theatre Austin, TX: Alamo Ritz
April 1 Tucson, AZ: The Loft Cinema Salt Lake City, UT: Tower Theatre Seattle, WA: Varsity Theatre
April 2 Columbus, OH: Gateway 8
April 15 Houston, TX: River Oaks Theatre
April 22 Tempe, AZ: MADCAP Theaters 3
April 24 Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia-off screen
April 28 Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico
DEVIL will also be part of a full retrospective of Kim’s films, including the highly regarded THE TALE OF TWO SISTERS, at Brooklyn, NY’s BAMcinématek, running Friday-Wednesday, Feb. 25-March 2, with the director in attendance for the opening-night screening of DEVIL. Go here for full details.
BLACK DEATH, Christopher Smith’s excellent medieval chiller (reviewed here), opens on the following schedule:
March 11 New York, NY: Cinema Village West Hollywood, CA: Sunset 5 Minneapolis, MN: Uptown Theatre
March 18 Denver, CO: Esquire Theatre
March 25 San Diego, CA: Ken Cinema Seattle, WA: Egyptian Theatre
April 1 Washington, DC: E Street Cinema Houston, TX: River Oaks Theatre
April 8 Dallas, TX: Inwood Theatre
April 9 Tempe, AZ: MADCAP Theaters 3
RUBBER, Quentin Dupieux’s bizarre saga of the exploits of a telekinetic killer tire, bounces into these theaters:
April 1 Berkeley, CA: Shattuck Cinemas 10 San Francisco, CA: Lumiere Theatre 3 West Los Angeles, CA: Nuart Theatre Austin, TX: Alamo Ritz
April 8 Seattle, WA: Northwest Film Forum
April 15 Washington, DC: E Street Cinema Portland, OR: Hollywood Theatre
April 29 Denver, CO: Mayan Theatre Cambridge, MA: Kendall Square Cinema
May 6 Kansas City, MO: Screenland Crossroads Theatre Columbus, OH: Gateway 8 Houston, TX: River Oaks Theatre Salt Lake City, UT: Tower Theatre
May 20 Omaha, NE: Dundee (Art)
Keep an eye on the Magnolia Pictures website for updates. Pick up Fango #301, on sale this month, for stories on BLACK DEATH and VANISHING, look for our HOBO and RUBBER coverage to begin in Fango #302, on sale in March, and track back through video interviews with VANISHING’s Anderson starting here.
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