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"Pariah" Expands To 7 More Cities - San Diego, Washington, Evanston, Chicago, Cambridge, Seattle, Dallas

by Tambay A. Obenson
January 6, 2012 8:57 PM
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By the way folks...

Pariah expands to several more cities this weekend, so if you live in and/or around San Diego (CA), Washington (DC), Evanston (IL), Chicago (IL), Cambridge (MA), Seattle (WA), Dallas (TX), check the table that follows below for the theater in those 7 cities where you can see the film:

Hillcrest 5
3965 Fifth Avenue
San Diego CA 92103  
E-Street Cinema 8
555 11th Street NW
Washington DC 20005  
River East 21 ETX
322 East Illinois Street
Chicago IL 60611  
* Evanston 18 XD
1715 Maple Avenue
* Please note this is a new venue which has replaced previously listed Century Centre Cinema 7
Evanston IL 60201  
Kendall Square Cinema 9
1 Kendall Sq. Bldg. 1900
Cambridge MA 02139  
Magnolia 5
3699 McKinney Avenue Bldg E
Dallas TX 75204  
Harvard Exit Theatre 2
807 East Roy
Seattle WA 98102  
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  • Orville | January 6, 2012 11:26 PMReply

    I hope Pariah will have a Canadian release too? Will this movie come to Toronto?

  • filmguy | January 6, 2012 9:36 PMReply

    I mean, this is good news and all for the filmmakers/cast and crew, but will black conservative Christians (Tyler Perry's market) go see this film? Let's wait and see...and hope...and wait...and hope

  • FilmGuy | January 6, 2012 10:46 PM

    You're right, perhaps it isn't for their entertainment, but maybe necessary to see? I don't know. Hopefully, films like this will get more people looking less at the color of the director's skin and more towards the story. I do hope though that it would at least open up discussions in the black community about these things we're usually hesitant to talk about. On a side note, how come Antoine Fuqua gets no love here, or anywhere for that matter? He's directed some big budget Hollywood pictures and I NEVER hear any much about him. "What da deal?"

  • Laura | January 6, 2012 10:11 PM

    Maybe the film is not for them. And that's alright. Because Tyler Perry films are not for me. My aunties love his film, though. I don't see my aunties going out with their church groups to see Pariah. I just hope the film make such an impression that the distibutors will market more Black art films/cinema along with Black flicks.

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