Exclusive: 'Middle Of Nowhere' Opening, 2nd Week Playdates + New AFFRM Exhibitor Relationships

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by Tambay A. Obenson
September 26, 2012 4:34 PM
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The highy-anticipated theatrical run for Ava DuVernay's critically-acclaimed drama Middle Of Nowhere, will begin on October 12, via Participant Media and AFFRM.

The film, which centers on an African American woman struggling to maintain her marriage and identity, after her husband is incarcerated, stars Emayatzy CorinealdiDavid OyelowoOmari Hardwick, Lorraine Touissaint, and Edwina Findley.

Award-winning DP Bradford Young lensed the film, DuVernay's follow-up to last year's Salli Richardson-Whitfield starrer I Will Follow.

AFFRM has released opening and second week playdates for what will be the organization's 4th theatrical release, and we have that info for you exclusively. 

It's also worth noting that AFFRM has expanded it's exhibitor relationships to include the Regal, Rave, Landmark and AMC theater chains, as well as independent cinemas; this means that many more of you will have access to the film, and maybe much sooner than you would've otherwise.

Additional dates will be announced beyond week 2 at AFFRM.com.

See opening (10/12) and 2nd week (10/19) playdate info immediately below:

OCTOBER 12

NY - AMC Empire 25 Times Square
LA - Sundance Cinemas at Sunset
LA - RAVE 18 The Bridge
Philadelphia - UA Riverview
Atlanta - Landmark Midtown
Washington DC - Regal Gallery Place

OCTOBER 19

Chicago - AMC River East
Miami - AMC Aventura
Detroit - AMC Southfield
Oakland - Landmark Shattuck
Seattle - AMC Southcenter
Houston - AMC Studio 30
New Jersey - AMC Cherry Hill

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10 Comments

  • J | October 1, 2012 9:00 PMReply

    Saw it at TIFF! Loved it!

  • Maespy | September 28, 2012 8:47 PMReply

    Miami!!??? Surprised and hyped!!!!!!! We never get NOTHING good!

  • Priss | September 27, 2012 9:04 AMReply

    I honestly love love love to see AFFRM growing.

  • Dnice | September 26, 2012 9:13 PMReply

    Detroit please!!!

  • DNICE | September 26, 2012 9:14 PM

    My bad! I see us! I'll be there!!!!!!!!!!

  • woh | September 26, 2012 8:56 PMReply

    Can we get it in the Raleigh/Durham, NC area? Please. We have some great independent film houses here.

  • Jessica | September 26, 2012 6:26 PMReply

    As a woman living this life I really want to see this film but I dont see Baltimore on the list : (

  • Dankwa Brooks | September 29, 2012 1:38 PM

    @Jessica I know right? Baltimore never get no love :(

  • Chrisette | September 26, 2012 6:15 PMReply

    Dope. I'll see it in Philly!

  • Dankwa Brooks | September 26, 2012 6:00 PMReply

    Awww no Baltimore :( Not that I really expected it. Smaller distributions never come to our town. I guess I need to start planning a road trip. Gotta support!

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