2012 Sundance Film Festival Will Screen Films in Boston, Brooklyn, Chicago, Nashville and More

     September 14, 2011


Those unable to make it out to Park City for the annual festivities may find some value in this announcement. As part of the Sundance Film Festival USA initiative, the 2012 Sundance Film Festival has confirmed that it will screen films in the following cities on January 26th, 2012: Ann Arbor, Boston, Brooklyn, Chicago, Houston, Nashville, Orlando, San Francisco and Tucson. Per the press release, the screenings will also feature in-person appearances by each respective filmmaker and an audience Q&A. The films being screened at each city will be announced this December and those interested in attending will be able to secure tickets from the venue housing the screening.

Hit the jump to find the list of venues within the official press release. The 2012 Sundance Film Festival will run from January 19th – 29th.

sundance-film-festival-egyptian-theater-imageHere’s the official press release which lists all of the screening venues:

Park City, UT — For one night only, the 2012 Sundance Film Festival will extend beyond Utah to visit nine cities and theatres across the country. As part of Sundance Film Festival USA, on the second Thursday of the Festival (January 26), filmmakers will travel from the Festival in Utah to the nine cities, courtesy of Official Airline Sponsor Southwest Airlines. In each city, the filmmaker will introduce and screen their film and participate in a Q&A with the audience. An introduction video featuring highlights from the Festival will precede each screening. This will be the third year of the Sundance Film Festival USA initiative.

“Every year, our goal with the Sundance Film Festival is to make it an extraordinary event for those who attend, and with Sundance Film Festival USA, we’re bringing the Festival experience to independent film lovers nationwide,” said John Cooper, Director of the Sundance Film Festival. “In many cases, those audiences feel a connection to independent film because of the year-round work of their hometown theatres. Sundance Film Festival USA shows both our gratitude to these theatres for their contributions to the independent film community as well as our support and commitment to helping them grow their existing audiences.”

The cities and theatres participating are:

–Ann Arbor, MI – The Michigan Theatre, www.michtheater.org

–Boston, MA – Coolidge Corner Theatre, www.coolidge.org

–Brooklyn, NY – BAM, www.bam.org

–Chicago, IL – Music Box Theatre, www.musicboxtheatre.com

–Houston, TX – Sundance Cinemas Houston, www.sundancecinemas.com

–Nashville, TN – Belcourt Theatre, www.belcourt.org

–Orlando, FL – Enzian Theater, www.enzian.org

–San Francisco, CA – Sundance Kabuki Cinemas, www.sundancecinemas.com

–Tucson, AZ – The Loft, www.loftcinema.com

Tickets for each screening will be available through the theatre’s box office. The film that will screen at each theatre will be announced in December.

The Sundance Film Festival

Supported by the non-profit Sundance Institute, the Festival has introduced global audiences to some of the most ground-breaking films of the past two decades, including sex, lies, and videotapeMaria Full of GraceThe CoveHedwig and the Angry InchAn Inconvenient TruthPreciousTrouble the Water, and Napoleon Dynamite, and through its New Frontier initiative, has brought the cinematic works of media artists including Isaac Julian, Doug Aitken, Pierre Huyghe, Jennifer Steinkamp, and Matthew Barney. www.sundance.org/festival

Sundance Institute

Sundance Institute is a global nonprofit organization founded by Robert Redford in 1981. Through its artistic development programs for directors, screenwriters, producers, composers and playwrights, the Institute seeks to discover and support independent film and theatre artists from the United States and around the world, and to introduce audiences to their new work. The Institute promotes independent storytelling to inform, inspire, and unite diverse populations around the globe. Internationally recognized for its annual Sundance Film Festival, Sundance Institute has nurtured such projects as Born into BrothelsTrouble the WaterSon of BabylonAmreekaAn Inconvenient TruthSpring AwakeningI Am My Own WifeLight in the Piazza and Angels in Americawww.sundance.org

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