As expected, after New York City and Los Angeles openings last weekend, AFFRM's multi-platform distribution label ARRAY will continue to expand Neil Drumming's Slamdance 2013 Official Selection Big Words, over the next month, starting tonight, July 22, in Atlanta, GA, at Georgia Pacific Auditorium.
What was likely not expected was that the expansion would include international playdates (certainly not so soon).
In addition to Stateside cities like the aforementioned Atlanta, as well as Washington DC, Philadelphia, Birmingham, Seattle, Houston, Gary (IN), Charlotte (NC), Dayton (OH), and Bloomington (IN), Big Words is also now set for screening dates in Freetown (Sierra Leone) and London.
See the full schedule of cities and screening locations through September, below.
The Brooklyn-set Big Words centers on members of a once-promising hip-hop group, now in their late 30's, struggling with regret, disappointment and change, set against the backdrop of Election Night, 2008 - when Barack Obama was elected.
The film stars Dorian Missick, Yaya Alafia, Gbenga Akinnagbe, Darien Sills-Evans, Zachary Booth and Jean Grae.
Here's the film's upcoming release schedule, including exact dates and locations; underneath you'll find a "Made in NY" promo that's currently airing in NYC taxis:
AFFRM's BIG WORDS Tour Grows With New International and Domestic Dates
NOW PLAYING | NEW YORK | AMC EMPIRE 25
NOW PLAYING | LOS ANGELES | DOWNTOWN INDEPENDENT
JULY 22 | ATLANTA | GEORGIA PACIFIC AUDITORIUM | (Debuts Tonight)
JULY 23 | WASHINGTON DC | ANACOSTIA ARTS CENTER
JULY 25 | PHILADELPHIA | INTERNATIONAL HOUSE
**JULY 26 | BIRMINGHAM, AL | THE EDGE 12
AUGUST 1 | SEATTLE | LANGSTON HUGHES PERFORMING ARTS INSTITUTE
AUGUST 8 | HOUSTON | HOUSTON MUSEUM OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE
**AUGUST 15 | GARY, IN | GARY AQUATORIUM, MILLER BEACH
**AUGUST 18 | FREETOWN, SIERRA LEONE | TESSA’S
**AUGUST 20 | CHARLOTTE, NC | THE STUDIO MOVIE GRILL
**AUGUST 25 | DAYTON, OH | FILM DAYTON
**AUGUST 26 | LONDON, UK | PICTURE HOUSE CINEMA
**SEPTEMBER 18 | BLOOMINGTON, IN | UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA
(**) Indicates new dates
Watch the "Made in NY" promo for the film that's currently airing in taxis in NYC: