Screenings/Tix

Upcoming Screenings:

Thursday, March 29
Phoenix Public House
Melbourne, Australia

Tuesday, April 5 @ 7pm
Theatre N
Wilmington, DE
Tickets

Tuesday, April 5 @ 7pm
Broadway Theatre
Saskatoon, SK, Canada
Tickets

Thursday, April 12 @ 8:30pm
The Earl
Atlanta, GA
Tickets

Thursday, April 12
Bio Rio
Stockholm, Sweden

Saturday, April, 21
Cable Car Cinema and Cafe
Providence, RI

Monday, April 30
Alamo Draft House
Austin, TX

Tuesday, May 15
WebVisions
Portland, OR

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Past Screenings

Saturday, March 26 @ 7:30pm
(World Premiere)
Gasparilla Gasparilla International Film Festival
Tampa, Florida

Saturday, April 2 @ 6:45pm
Wisconsin Film Festival
Madison, Wisconsin

Friday, April 15 @ 6:30pm
Chicago International Movies and Music Festival
Chicago, IL

Thursday, April 28 @ 6:45pm
Independent Film Festival Boston
Boston, MA

Wednesday, May 4 @ 7pm
Sound Unseen special screening
Minneapolis, MN

Two additional Minneapolis Screenings Added
Sound Unseen special screening
Minneapolis, MN
Thursday, May 5 @ 7pm
Thursday, May 5 @ 9:30pm

Saturday, June 11 @ 8pm
Sound Unseen Duluth
Duluth, MN

Friday, June 17 @ 8pm
NXNE
Toronto, ON Canada

Tuesday, June 21 @ 9pm
Sled Island
Calgary, AB Canada

Saturday, July 9 @ 10pm
Frozen Film Festival
San Francisco, CA

Friday, August 19 @ 8pm
Horseshoe Tavern
Toronto, ON Canada

Friday, September 9 @ 9pm
DocuWest
Golden, CO

Wednesday, September 14 @ 7pm
Docutah: Southern Utah International Documentary Film Festival
St. George, UT

Saturday, September 17 @ 7pm
Yale Screening
New Haven, CT

Saturday, September 24 @ 2:10
DocMiami
Miami, FL

Sunday, September 25 @ 7pm
POP Montreal
Montreal, QC Canada

Friday, September 23 @ 8:30pm
Philly Film & Music Festival
Philadelphia, PA

Friday, September 30 @ 8pm
Jackpot Records Music & Film Festival
Portland, OR

Friday, September 30 @ 9pm
Hell’s Half Mile Film and Music Festival
Bay City, MI

Saturday, October 1 @ 6pm
Hell’s Half Mile Film and Music Festival
Bay City, MI

Thursday, October 6 @ 2pm
Raindance Film Festival
London, England

Friday, October 7 @ 7:30pm
Doctober-Fest
Phoenix, AZ

Saturday, October 8 @ 12:30pm
Tucson Film and Music Festival
Tucson, AZ

October 20, 21 & 22 Time TBA
Bijou Cinema
Eugene, OR

October 21, 22, & 23 @ 7pm & 9:30pm
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA

Sunday, October 23 @ 7:30pm
Reel Dakota Film Festival
Sioux Falls, SD

October 29
Beefeater In-Edit: Barcelona International Music Documentary Film Festival
Barcelona, Spain

Friday, November 4 @ 9pm (reception @ 8pm); Saturday, November 5 @ 6:30
Downtown Independent
Los Angeles, CA

Friday, November 11
Festival CineB
Santiago, Chile

Sunday, November 13
The Pavilion
Cork, Ireland

Wednesday, November 16 @ 7pm (doors @ 6pm)
The Bowery Electric
New York, NY

Thursday, November 17 @ 7pm (doors @ 6pm)
The Bowery Electric
New York, NY

November 25, 26 &27 @ 7pm & 9:30pm
The Trylon
Minneapolis, MN

November 30 @ 8pm
Slowdown
Omaha, NE

Friday, December 2 @ 8pm
The Waldorf
Vancouver, BC Canada

December 4 @ 7pm
Movies on a Big Screen
Sacramento, CA

December 8 @ 6:30
Minneapolis, Mon Amour
Grant Hart concert to follow Q&A
Brussels, Belgium

December 9 @ 6pm
Minneapolis, Mon Amour
Brussels, Belgium

Thursday, January 12, 2012 @ 8:30pm
Nightlight Bar & Club
Chapel Hill, NC

Saturday, January 14, 2012 @ 7pm
Buoy Gallery
Kittery, ME

Saturday, January 14, 2012 @ 8:30pm
Mise En Scenesters
Chattanooga, TN

January 20 & 21, 2012
Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center
New Orleans, LA

Thursday, January 26, 2012 – Wednesday, February 1, 2012 @ 5pm and 9pm
Guild Cinema
Albuquerque, NM

Thursday, February 16, 2012 @7:30pm
Cape Ann Community Cinema
Gloucester, MA

Friday, March 9 @ 10pm
Liberty Hall
Lawrence, KS

Friday, March 9 @ 7:30pm
Manship Theatre
Baton Rouge, LA

Saturday, March 17
Dorf Festival Dokumentarnog Rock Filma
Croatia

34 responses to “Screenings/Tix

  1. Glad you made this movie – but you have to get a screening in Portland, OR! Please. This town loves the ‘Mats, it has a good indie scene of its own and many independent movie theatres. Please check it out, research it and bring your movie to Portland! I am 39, my older 1/2 brother grew up in Minneapolis, he is 46, and he would bring out tapes of the band to California when I was a kid. I love them, no one knew who the hell they were amongst my friends, but I pushed on everyone listening to Poison, Motley Crue, and whateverthehell else. Hope to see you here,.\

    TOM

  2. Any idea when NYC will be blessed with a screening?

  3. Fingers crossed for a Seattle screening!

  4. Please please please come to the Philadelphia/Wilmington, DE area!! Would love to see this movie screened at our local art theatre in Wilmington, DE. Check out Theatre N in Wilmington. Lots of fans here. Thanks!

  5. How about a screening in Providence, RI??! pretty please?

    • Unfortunately it won’t be screening in Providence, but we’ll be having free screening in New Haven at Yale some time this fall, which hopefully you’ll be able to make. We’re still working out the details and will announce them on this blog as well as on our Twitter feed and Facebook page as soon as we know more.

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  7. Let’s get this thing to DC !!! Lots of Replacements fans from around the whole world live in this town.

  8. san jose ca needs this movie. camera theatre’s are a great independent showplace. I am an organizing mofo. Can we talk?

  9. Thanks for your work on this film. Please find a way to have a screening in Saint Louis, MO! Local indie-ish theaters include the Tivoli and the Hi-Pointe, and Webster University hosts film series/screenings as well.

    • Scott, here’s how to get the movie to play your town:
      We need theatres like the Northwest Film Forum in Seattle. Look it up. See what they book. If it’s a chain, FORGET IT. If it books movies only for a week at a time. FORGET IT. We need a theatre that books INDIE movies for one or two nights, or a weekend. We need someone in the town to pester the hell out of them, and set it up. YOU do legwork. This is how Vancouver and Eugene happened. And don’t do it on Facebook. Do research, then send me an email: ColorMeObsessed@gmail.com

      Thanks!

  10. Please please are we likely to see it in Australia, my life was changed forever by the ‘mats.

  11. San Jose ca. needs this film. What can I do to make it happen?

    • Tom:
      Here’s the deal about getting CMO to play your town. We need theatres like the Northwest Film Forum in Seattle. Look it up. See what they book. If it’s a chain, FORGET IT. If it books movies only for a week at a time. FORGET IT. We need a theatre that books INDIE movies for one or two nights, or a weekend. We need someone in the town to pester the hell out of them, and set it up. YOU do legwork. This is how Vancouver and Eugene happened. And don’t do it on Facebook. Do research, then send me an email: ColorMeObsessed@gmail.com

      Thanks!

  12. Can you please screen it in Ottawa, Ontario? I saw the ‘Mats, they played here on their last tour and sold out, I’m sure there would be interest. In Ottawa we have the Bytowne Theatre that specializes in one night screenings of independent releases.

    http://www.bytowne.ca/

  13. Any plans for a screening in Washington, DC?

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  16. I noticed you just recently had a screening in Chattanooga, which I unfortunately missed (dammit). Any thoughts on perhaps screening the film in Knoxville, Tn, say, the Tennessee Theatre? It is not a chain and it is a wonderful theatre. I’ll e-mail you a link to their website to check it out, and I’ll do whatever I possibly can to pester the heck out of everyone involved down this way.

    • Hi Nolan,

      This is what we need from you if you want to try and get the film to play Knoxville: We need a theater that books indie movies for one or two nights, or a weekend. We need someone in the town to pester the hell out of them, and then set it up. YOU do legwork. This is how Vancouver and Eugene happened — people in those towns putting together the screenings. Do the research, get in touch with the theaters to see if they’re interested and when they’d want to have a screening, and then send me an email: ColorMeObsessed@gmail.com

      Thanks!

  17. What about Ann Arbor, MI?? At the State theater or the film fest?

    • Grace, here’s how to get the movie to play your town:
      We need theatres like the Northwest Film Forum in Seattle. Look it up. See what they book. If it’s a chain, FORGET IT. If it books movies only for a week at a time. FORGET IT. We need a theatre that books INDIE movies for one or two nights, or a weekend. We need someone in the town to pester the hell out of them, and set it up. YOU do legwork. This is how Vancouver and Eugene happened. And don’t do it on Facebook. Do research, then send me an email: ColorMeObsessed@gmail.com

      Thanks!

  18. Columbus Ohio would go CRAZY for this. anything in the works for here? we have indie film houses, Studio 35, The Wexner, Grandview Grand. Thanks, Steve

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