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'Middle of Nowhere' Expands To More Cities This Weekend - Is Your City One Of Them?

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by Sergio
October 25, 2012 8:55 AM
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Middle of Nowhere

Is S & A turning into the Middle of Nowhere channel? Seems that way doesn't it? But then again, isn't that what we're all about? That is, bringing to attention intelligent, well-made, independently made black films? 

And if we don't do it, who will?

So with that comes news that Nowhere will be expanding into more cities this weekend.

The film will open this Friday Oct 26 at: 

Richmond - Regal Commonweath Center Stadium

Indianapolis - Washington Square Theaters

Newark - Cityplex 12

Tallahasee - Tallahasee 20

Charlotte - Concord Mills 24

Leavenworth, Kansas - Landing 4 (Which also happens to be lead actress Emayatzy Corinealdi's home town)

In addtion, the film will also open this Friday on more screens in cities where the film is already playing; NYC - Harlem 9, L.A. - Laemmie NoHo, Chicago - 600 Michigan, Philadelphia - Cherry Hill, Baltimore - Owing Mills and  Austin, TX. - Plugerville.

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  • Bruno | October 25, 2012 12:51 PMReply

    "Middle Of Nowhere" is also playing @ the Shattuck Cinemas in Berkeley, Ca for my Bay Area Readers.... Also as a side note something we all can do to support films like this is to ask our small local theaters to bring it home. On case-by-case basis, It works!!

  • sergio | October 25, 2012 12:54 PM

    Yes I posted that last week. This article was dealing only with new cities or additional openings in cities where the film is already playing. But thanks for letting people know that it's still playing in the Bay Area.

    As they say check your local listing in your town to find out where the film is playing. If it's not there it will be soon

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