The Early Report for June 28th, 2017

The Early Report features the most detailed listings on the Internet of the independent and foreign films scheduled to be released in the upcoming week, including actual and estimated screen counts, running times and ratings, when available. This week’s report covers 20 new openers in theatres for the week of June 30th.

Wednesday June 28, 2017

Okja
Logline: A young girl will risks everything to prevent a powerful, multi-national company from kidnapping her best friend – a massive animal named Okja. In English and in Korean with subtitles
Featuring: Lily Collins, Paul Dano, Giancarlo Esposito, Jake Gyllenhaal, Shirley Henderson, An Seo Hyun, Tilda Swinton, Steven Yeun
Director: Bong Joon Ho
Writer: Bong Joon Ho, story by Bong Joon Ho and Jon Ronson
Distributor: Netflix
Opening Week Release Pattern: Opens at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the iPic Fulton Market Cinemas in New York City, the Monica Film Center in Santa Monica and the iPic Cinemas in Westwood CA
MPAA Rating: Not rated by the MPAA
Running Time: 118 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic (2.39:1)

Pop Aye
Logline: On a chance encounter, a disenchanted architect bumps into his long-lost elephant on the streets of Bangkok. Excited, he takes his elephant on a journey across Thailand, in search of the farm where they grew up together. In English and in Thai with subtitles
Featuring: Bong, Penpak Sirikul, Thaneth Warakulnukroh
Director: Kirsten Tan
Writer: Kirsten Tan
Distributor: Kino Lorber Films
Opening Week Release Pattern: Exclusive to the Film Forum in New York City
MPAA Rating: Not rated by the MPAA
Running Time: 104 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic (2.39:1)

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Le Trou
Logline: In prison, four long-sentence inmates planning an elaborate escape cautiously induct a new inmate to join in their scheme which leads to distrust and uncertainty. In French with subtitles
Featuring: Michel Constantin, Jean Keraudy, Philippe Leroy, Raymond Meunier, Mark Michel
Director: Jacques Becker
Writers: Jacques Becker and José Giovanni and Jean Aurel
Distributor: Rialto Pictures
Opening Week Release Pattern: Exclusive to the Film Forum in New York City
MPAA Rating: Not rated by the MPAA
Running Time: 131 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Flat (1.66:1)

Friday June 30, 2017

13 Minutes
Logline: A German pacificst makes a plan to assassinate Adolf Hitler. In German with subtitles
Featuring: Christian Friedel, Felix Eitner, Burghart Klaußner, Katharina Schüttler, Johann von Bülow
Director: Oliver Hirschbiegel
Writers: Léonie-Claire Breinersdorfer and Fred Breinersdorfer
Distributor: Sony Pictures Classics
Opening Week Release Pattern: Opens at the Lincoln Plaza Cinemas and the Quad Cinemas in New York City, and the Royal Theatre in West Los Angeles
MPAA Rating: R for disturbing violence and some sexuality
Running Time: 114 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic (2.39:1)

2:22
Logline: A man’s life is derailed when an ominous pattern of events repeats itself in exactly the same manner every day, ending at precisely 2:22 p.m.
Featuring: Maeve Dermody, Remy Hii, Michiel Huisman, Teresa Palmer, Sam Reid
Director: Paul Currie
Writers: Todd Stein and Nathan Parker, story by Todd Stein
Distributor: Magnet Releasing
Opening Week Release Pattern: Opens at the Gateway Film Center in Columbus OH, the Red Cinemas 15 in Greensboro NC andthe Screenland Crossroads Cinemas in Kansas City MO
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for violence and some sexuality
Running Time: 99 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic (2.39:1)

The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography
Logline: Documents the life and work of photographer Elsa Dorfman.
Director: Errol Morris
Distributor: Neon
Opening Week Release Pattern: Opens at the Angelika Film Center and the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York City, and the Royal Theatre in West Los Angeles
MPAA Rating: R for some graphic nude images and brief language
Running Time: 76 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Flat (1.78:1)

Blue
Logline: A mysterious young man suffering a rare blood disease that colors his skin blue meets a young woman who looks beyond his unusual appearance as she struggles with dark secrets of her own.
Featuring: Sean Bridgers, Drew Connick, Dale Dye, Kenny Johnson, Michele Martín, Kelly McGillis
Director: Charles Huddleston
Writers: Michele Martín and Charles Huddleston
Distributor: Cinema Alterna
Opening Week Release Pattern: Exclusive to the Arena CineLounge in Hollywood
MPAA Rating: Not rated by the MPAA
Running Time: 97 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Flat (1.85:1)

Darkness Rising
Logline: Nearly murdered as a child by her mother, a woman returns to the house where her mom went mad.
Featuring: Tara Holt, Bryce Johnson, Katrina Law, Heather Mazur, Ted Raimi
Director: Austin Reading
Writer: Vikram Weet
Distributor: IFC Midnight
Opening Week Release Pattern: Exclusive to the Arena Cinelounge in Hollywood
MPAA Rating: Not rated by the MPAA
Running Time: 90 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Flat (1.85:1)

The Great Sardaar
Logline: Tells the story of Major Shaitan Singh, who was awarded the Param Vir Chakra posthumously for his ‘C’ company’s dig-in at Rezang La pass during the Sino-India conflict of 1962. In Punjabi with subtitles
Featuring: Dilpreet Dhillon, Deepali Rajput, Nirmal Rishi, Roshni Sahota, Yograj Singh
Director: Ranjeet Bal
Writers: Ranjeet Bal and Dheeraj Kumar and Karan Sandhu and Akshay Singh, story by Teji Sandhu
Distributor: Apna Heritage
Opening Week Release Pattern: 100 plus playdates
MPAA Rating: Not rated by the MPAA
Running Time: 120 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic (2.39:1)

Inconceivable
Logline: A mother looks to escape her abusive past by moving to a new town where she befriends another mother, who grows suspicious of her.
Featuring: Nicolas Cage, Faye Dunaway, Gina Gershon, Natalie Eva Marie, Nicky Whelan
Director: Jonathan Baker
Writer: Chloe King
Distributor: Lionsgate
Opening Week Release Pattern: Opens at the Pierce Point 10 in Amelia OH, the Plaza Theatre in Atlanta, the Aventura 24 in Aventura FL, the Neshaminy 24 in Bensalem PA, the Music Hall Theatre in Beverly Hills, the Rio 18 in Gaithersburg MD, the Renaissance 15 in Houston, the Mesquite 30 in Mesquite TX, the Empire 25 in New York City and the Arizona Center 24 in Phoenix
MPAA Rating: R for some violence, sexuality, nudity and language
Running Time: 105 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Flat 91.85:1)

The Little Hours
Logline: A young servant fleeing from his master takes refuge at a convent full of emotionally unstable nuns in the Middle Ages.
Featuring: Fred Armisen, Alison Brie, Dave Franco, Kate Micucci, Nick Offerman, Aubrey Plaza, John C. Reilly, Molly Shannon
Director: Jeff Baena
Writer: Jeff Baena
Distributor: Gunpowder and Sky
Opening Week Release Pattern: Opens at the Arclight Cinemas in Hollywood and the Sunshine Cinemas in New York City
MPAA Rating: R for graphic nudity, sexual content and language
Running Time: 90 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic (2.39:1)
CREDIT ABUSE: There are an incredible TWENTY NINE producers, co-prodcuers, associate producers and executive producers listed for this movie.

Look and See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry
Logline: A portrait of the world as lensed through the works of farmer, writer and activist Wendell Berry.
Directors: Laura Dunn and Jef Sewell
Distributor: Two Birds Films
Opening Week Release Pattern: Exclusive to the IFC Film Center in New York City
MPAA Rating: Not rated by the MPAA
Running Time: 80 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Flat (1.66:1)

Mali Blues
Logline: Documents how fundamentalist Islam and sharia law are destroying one of the birthplaces of the blues, as dance and secular music are prohibited, musical instruments are destroyed, and musicians are forced to flee their homeland. In French with subtitles
Director: Lutz Gregor
Distributor: Icarus Films
Opening Week Release Pattern: Opens at the Facets Cinematheque in Chicago, the IFC Film Center in New York City and the Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe
MPAA Rating: Not rated by the MPAA
Running Time: 93 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Flat (1.66:1)

Marie Curie: The Courage of Knowledge
Logline: Follows the famous physicist and chemist Marie Curie and her struggle for recognition in the male-dominated science community in early 20th century France. In French with subtitles
Featuring: Charles Berling, Karolina Gruszka, André Wilms, Arieh Worthalter, Malik Zidi
Director: Marie Noelle
Writers: Andrea Stoll and Marie Noelle
Distributor: Society Films
Opening Week Release Pattern: Opens at the Gallery Theatre in Chicago, the Town Center 5 in Encino CA, the Village East Cinemas in New York City, the Playhouse 7 in Pasadena and the Monica Film Center in Santa Monics
MPAA Rating: Not rated by the MPAA
Running Time: 100 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Flat 91.66:1)

The Reagan Show
Logline: Made up entirely of archival news and White House footage, this documentary captures the pageantry, absurdity, and mastery of the made-for-TV politics of Ronald Reagan.
Directors: Sierra Pettengill and Pacho Velez
Distributor: Gravitas Ventures
Opening Week Release Pattern: Opens at the Metrograph Theatre in New York City and the Monica Film Center in Santa Monica
MPAA Rating: Not rated by the MPAA
Running Time: 74 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Flat (1.78:1)

Reset
Logline: When her son is kidnapped, the inventor of a time machine teams up with multiple versions of her future self to rescue him. In Mandarin with subtitles
Featuring: Liu Chang, Wallace Huo, Yang Mi, King Shih-Chieh, Hummer Zhang
Director: Chang
Writers: Zha Muchun
Distributor: Well Go USA
Opening Week Release Pattern: Opens at the Boston Commons 19 in Boston, the Hollywood 24 in Chamblee GA, the River East 21 in Chicago, the Puente Hills 20 in City of Industry CA, the Cupertino Square 16 in Cupertino CA, the Valley River Center 15 in Eugene OR, the Studio 30 in Houston, the Markham 13 in Markham ONT, the Atlantic Times Square 14 in Monterey Park CA, the Empire 25 in New York City, the Block 30 in Orange CA, the Riverview Plaza 17 in Philadelphia, the Legacy 24 in Plano TX, the SilverCity Riverport 19 in Richmond BC, the Rockville 13 in Rockville MD, the Mission Valley 20 in San Diego, the Metreon 16 in San Francisco, the Pacific Place 11 in Seattle, the Yonge-Dundas 23 in Toronto and the District 14 in Tustin CA
MPAA Rating: Not rated by the MPAA
Running Time: 106 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic (2.39:1)
BONUS FACTOID!: This movie was produced by Jackie Chan

A Stork’s Journey
Logline: A sparrow is convinced he is a stork.
Featuring the voices of: Drake Bell, Jane Lynch
Directors: Toby Genkel and Reza Memari
Writers: Jeffrey Hylton and Reza Memari and Joe Vitale
Distributor: Grindstone Entertainment/Lionsgate
Opening Week Release Pattern: Opens at the Jersey Gardens 20 in Elizabeth NJ, the Playhouse 7 in Pasadena and in additional locations in select markets
MPAA Rating: PG for some mild peril
Running Time: 85 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Flat (1.85:1)

The Skyjackers Tale
Logline: Documents the life of Ishmael Muslim Ali (formerly LaBeet), an American convicted of murdering eight people on a Rockefeller-owned golf course in the US Virgin Islands, who, after years of trying to get his conviction overturned, he took matters into his own hands and hijacked an American Airlines plane full of passengers to Cuba on New Years Eve 1984.
Director: Jamie Kastner
Distributor: Strand Releasing
Opening Week Release Pattern: Exclusive to the Village East Cineams in New York City
MPAA Rating: Not rated by the MPAA
Running Time: 75 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Flat (1.78:1)

Yalghaar
Logline: Young passionate officers and soldiers whose patriotism is throbbing with every heartbeat for their home country, conduct a military operation conducted in the Piochar region of Swat district. In Urdu with subtitles
Featuring: Bilal Ashraf, Humayun Saeed, Shan Shahid, Adnan Siddiqui
Director: Hassan Rana
Writer: Haider Rizvi
Distributor: Mind Works Media
Opening Week Release Pattern: 125 plus playdates
MPAA Rating: Not rated by the MPAA
Running Time: 158 minutes
Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic (2.39:1)

Expanding today
Afterimage: Opens at the Guild Cinema in Albuquerque
The Bad Batch: Opens at the Bear Tooth Theatre in Anchorage AK, the Minor 3 in Arcata CA, the Gateway Film Center in Columbus OH, the Darkside Cinema in Corvallis OR, the Alamo Drafthouse Montecillo 8 in El Paso TX, the Broadway Metro Theatre in Eugene OR, the Cyclops Cinema in Gainesville FL, the Historic Howell Theatre in Howell MI, the Alamo Drafthouse Lubbock 8 in Lubbock TX, the Osio Cinemas in Monterey CA, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art Theatre in Oklahoma City, the Digital Gym Cinema in San Diego, the Loft Cinema 3 in Tucson AZ, the Circle Cinema in Tulsa OK, the Kiggins Theatre in Vancouver WA, the Alamo Drafthouse Winchester 8 in Winchester VA and the Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers 6 in Yonkers NY
Band Aid: Opens at the Cinematique of Daytona in Daytona Beach FL, the Lyric Cinema Cafe in Fort Collins CO and the Capitol City Cinema in Jefferson City MO
The Beguiled: Expands to 1000+ playdates
The Big Sick: Expands to 500+ playdates
Chasing Trane: Opens at the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago
Collosal: Opens at the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago
Dawson City: Frozen Time: Opens at the Real Art Ways Theatre in Hartford CT
Good Fortune: Opens at the Monica Film Center in Santa Monica
The Hero: Opens at the Spectrum 8 in Albany NY, the High Ridge 8 in Albuquerque, the Hoffman 22 in Alexandria VA, the Avalon 12 in Alpharetta GA, the Amherst Cinema in Amherst MA, the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor MI, the Ballston Common 12 in Arlington VA, the Metropolitan 14 in Austin TX, the Aventura Mall 24 in Aventura FL, the Barrie Uptown Theater in Barrie ONT, the Empire Theatre in Belleville ON, the Pickford Film Center in Bellingham WA, the Old Mill 16 in Bend OR, the Neshaminy 24 in Bensalem PA, the Art House Cinema and Pub in Billings MT, the Bloomington in Bloomington IN, the Boise 22 in Boise ID, the Brea East 12 in Brea CA, the Cine Starz Upper Canada Place in Burlington ONT, the Plaza Theatre in Calgary ALB, the Hollywood 24 @ North I85 in Chamblee GA, the Chandler Fashion Center 20 in Chandler AZ, the Chelsea Theater and Silverspot Cinemas in Chapel Hill NC, the Terrace Theater in Charleston SC, the Park Terrace 6 in Charlotte NC, the Stonefield 14 in Charlottesville VA, the Palace Picture House in Chattanooga, the Cherry Hill 24 in Cherry Hill NJ, the Pageant Theatre in Chico CA, the Cedar Lee Cinemas Cleveland Heights OH, the The Loft Cinema in Cobourg ONT, Kimball’s Twin Peak Theater in Colorado Springs, the Concord Mills 24 in Concord NC, the Red River Theaters in Concord NH, the Plymouth Meeting 10 in Conshohocken PA, the Darkside Cinema in Corvallis OR, the Council Bluffs 17 in Council Bluffs IA, the Cranford Theatre in Cranford NJ, the Hamilton Mill 14 in Dacula GA, the Neon Theatre in Dayton OH, the Movies of Delray 5 in Delray Beach FL, the Animas City Theatre in Durango CO, the Eagan 16 in Eagan MN, the East Hampton 5 in East Hampton NY, the Princess Theatre in Edmonton ALB, the Parkway Plaza 18 in El Cajon CA, the Cielo Vista Mall Cinemas in El Paso TX, the Escondido 16 in Escondido CA, the Coconut Point 16 in Estero FL, the Broadway Metro Cinemas in Eugene OR, the Fargo Theatre in Fargo ND, the Cameo Art House Theatre in Fayetteville NC, the Flat Rock Cinema in Flat Rock NC, the Foothill Towne Center 22 in Foothill Ranch CA, the Cinema Center in Fort Wayne IN, the Manchester 16 in Fresno CA, the Plaza Frontenac 6 in Frontenac MO, the Garden Grove 16 in Garden Grove CA, the Majestic 3 in Gettysburg PA, the Cape Ann Community Cinema in Gloucester MA, the Grapevine Mills 30 in Grapevine TX, the Red Midtown 15 in Greensboro NC, the Hamilton 24 in Hamilton NJ, the Midtown Cinema in Harrisburg PA, the the Palace 17 Cinema City in Hartford CT, the Myrna Loy Center in Helena MT, the Highlands Playhouse in Highlands NC, the Highlands Ranch 24 in Highlands Ranch CO, the Coligny Theatre in Hilton Head Island SC, the Oakwood 18 in Hollywood FL, the Waterfront 22 in Homestead PA, the Kahala 8 Honolulu, the Gulf Pointe 30 and the MarqE 23 and the Studio 30 and the West Oaks Mall 14 in Houston, the Cinemapolis in Ithaca NY, the Avenues 20 and the Beach Boulevard 18 in Jacksonville FL, the Treasure Coast Mall 16 in Jensen Beach FL, the Paramount Theatre in Kamloops BC, the Landmark 24 in Kanata ONT, the Landmark 10 in Kelowna BC, the Barrett Commons 24 in Kennesaw GA, the Downtown West 8 in Knoxville TN, the Movies of Lake Worth in Lake Worth FL, the Colonnade 14 and the Suncoast 16 in Las Vegas, the VUE and Brew in Laurel MT, the Liberty Hall Theater in Lawrence KS, the Movie Mill 7 in Lethbridge ALB, the Lexington Venue in Lexington MA, the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center in Lincoln NE, the Yorktown 18 in Lombard IL, the United Artists 6 in Long Beach CA, the Cinebarre Boulder 11 in Louisville CO, the Movies 16 in Lubbock TX, the Hamilton Commons 14 in Mays Landing NJ, the Ridgeway 4 in Memphis TN, the Guild Theatre inMenlo Park CA, the Superstition Springs 25 in Mesa AZ, the Crescent Theater in Mobile AL, the Osio Plaza 6 in Monterey CA, the Forum Cinemas in Montreal, the Cal Oaks 17 in Murrieta CA, the Nampa 14 in Nampa ID, the Hollywood 27 and the Opry Mills 20 in Nashville, the ShowRoom Cinemas in Neptune NJ, the New Brunswick 18 in New Brunswick NJ, the the Fine Arts 6 in New City NY, the the Criterion Cinemas 9 in New Haven CT, the Empire 25 in New York City, the Island Cinema in Newport Beach CA, the Normal Theater in Normal IL, the Merchants Crossing 16 in North Fort Myers FL, the Novi 18 in Novi MI, the Oaks 24 in Oaks PA, the Oceanside 16 in Oceanside CA, the Quail Springs Mall 24 in Oklahoma City OK, the Studio 28 in Olathe KS, the Woodlands Square 20 in Oldsmar FL, the Oak View 24 in Omaha NE, the Ontario Mills 30 in Ontario CA, the Block 30 in Orange CA, the Mayfair Theatre in Ottawa ONT, the Overland Park 18 and the Rio Theatre in Overland Park KS, the Owings Mills 17 in Owings Mills MD, the Holiday Village 4 in Park City UT, the Picture House in Pelham NY, the Bayou 15 and the Pensacola 18 in Pensacola FL, the Arrowhead Fountains 18 in Peoria AZ, the Harris Theater in Pittsburgh PA, the Plainville 20 in Plainville CT, the Prescott Valley 14 in Prescott Valley AZ, the Rainbow 9 in Regina SK, the Cinema Arts Theater at the Rehoboth Beach Film Society in Rehoboth Beach DE, the Movieland at Boulevard Square 17 in Richmond VA, the Little Theatre in Rochester NY, the Strand Theatre in Rockland ME, the Promenade 13 in Rolling Hills Estates CA, the Olympus Pointe 12 in Roseville CA, the Royal Palm Beach 18 in Royal Palm Beach FL, the Sundial 19 in Saint Petersburg FL, the Cinema Salem in Salem MA, the Salem Cinema in Salem OR, the Salina Arts Center Cinema in Salina KS, the Broadway Centre Cinemas in Salt Lake City, the Nickelodeon Theatres in Santa Cruz CA, the Center for Contemporary Arts Cinema in Santa Fe, the Burns Court Theatre in Sarasota FL, the Criterion Cinemas 11 in Saratoga Springs NY, the Rainbow Roxy Theatre in Saskatoon SK, the Streets Of Woodfield 20 in Schaumburg IL, the Shea 14 in Scottsdale AZ, the Sisters Movie House in Sisters OR, the South Barrington 30 in South Barrington IL, the Sunset Place 24 in South Miami FL, the River Park Square 20 in Spokane WA, the Staten Island 16 in Staten Island NY, the Countryside 20 in Sterling VA, the Forum 30 in Sterling Heights MI, the Downtown Movie Lounge in Sudbury ONT, the Surprise 14 in Surprise AZ, the The Grand Cinema in Tacoma WA, the Tallahassee 20 in Tallahassee FL, the Starlight 20 and the Veterans 24 in Tampa FL, the Rialto Theater in The Villages FL, the Rolling Hills 20 in Torrance CA, the Loft Theatre in Tucson AZ, the Parkway Plaza 12 in Tukwila WA, the Circle Cinema in Tulsa OK, the Vancity Theatre in Vancouver BC, the Indian River 24 in Vero Beach FL, the Vestavia 10 in Vestavia Hills AL, the Vic Theatre in Victoria BC, the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center in Vineyard Haven MA, the Cantera 17 in Warrenville IL, the Warrington 22 in Warrington PA, the City Place 20 in West Palm Beach FL, the Westminster 24 in Westminster CO, the Landmark 24 in Whitby Whitby ONT, the Brandywine Town Center 16 in Wilmington DE, the Theatre N at Nemours in Wilmington DE, the Wilmington 16 in Wilmington NC and the a/perture Cinema in Winston-Salem NC
In Pursuit of Silence: Opens at the Fine Arts Theatre in Beverly Hills
Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent: Opens at the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago
Last Men in Aleppo: Opens at the Gateway Film Center in Columbus OH and the Ross Media Arts Center in Lincoln NE
Letters from Baghdad: Opens at the Fine Arts Theatre in Beverly Hills
Like Crazy: Opens at the Midtown Art Cinema in Atlanta
Maudie: Opens at the Shattuck 10 in Berkeley, the Kendall Square Cinemas in Cambridge MA, the Edina 4 in Edina MA, the Renaissance Place Cinemas in Highland Park IL, the Arclight Cinemas in La Jolla CA, the Aquarius Twin in Palo Alto CA, the Ritz at the Bourse 5 in Philadelphia, the Carmel Mountain 12 and the Hillcrest Cinemas in San Diego, the Camera 3 in San Jose, the Rafael Film Center in San Rafael CA, the Camelview at Fashion Square 14 in Scottsdale AZ, the Voorhees 16 in Voorhees NJ and the Walnut Creek 14 in Walnut Creek CA
Maurice: Opens at the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago, the Chez Artiste Theatre in Denver and the Lagoon Cinema in Minneapolis
Moka: Opens at the Shattuck Cinemas in Berkeley CA, the Cinestudio in Hartford CT, the Ritz at the Bourse 5 in Philidelphia, the Ken Cinema in San Diego, the Opera Plaza Cinemas in San Francisco, the Monica Film Center in Santa Monica and the SIFF Film Center in Seattle
Monterey Pop: Opens at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston and the SIFF Film Center in Seattle
Nowhere to Hide: Opens at the Music Hall Theatre in Beverly Hills, the Roxie Theater in San Francisco, the Vancity Theatre in Vancouver WA, and the Carlton Cinemas and the Kingsway Theatre in Toronto
The Orinthologist: Opens at the Music Box Theatre in Chicago and the Nuart Theatre in West Los Angeles
Radio Dreams: Opens at the Facets Cinematheque in Chicago
Restless Creature: Wendy Whelan: Opens at the Westpark 8 in Irvine CA
Sami Blood: Opens at the Monica Film Center in Santa Monica
Soul on a String: Opens at the Cinema Paradiso in Fort Lauderdale

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