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You Can See MARTHA MARCEY MAY MARLENE No Matter Where You Are

by Ted Hope
October 1, 2011 1:00 AM
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How often does a distributor truly do a really impressive job making sure that people all over the globe can see an art film? How often does a true indie open globally? How often does a true indie play at film festivals all over the world? I am told that only once in the last ten years has a film played at Sundance, Cannes, Toronto, and New York Film Festivals other than MARTHA MARCEY MAY MARLENE (go ahead and guess what the other was).

MMMM (aka 4M) opens in America 10/21 and follows soon enough every where else. Anyway, since folks have been asking when they can see Sean Durkin's debut feature, here's the dope.

Of course this is all highly subject to change, but you might as well mark your calendar no matter where you are.

FESTIVALS
Reyjavik Film Festival

  • Screening date: 9/23 or 24

  • CineFest, Hungary

  • Screening date: 9/23

  • Warsaw Film Festival

  • Screening dates TBC, festival dates: 10/7-16

  • Ghent Film Festival

  • Screening dates: 10/18 and 10/20

  • Sao Paolo Film Festival

  • Participation TBC, Fest dates: 10/20-11/3

  • London Film Festival + BAFTA Screening

  • Screening date: 10/21

  • Bergan Film Festival, Norway

  • Screening date: 10/24

  • Hof Film Festival, Germany

  • Participation TBC, fest dates: 10/25-30

  • Brisbane Film Festival

  • Screening dates TBC, festival dates: 11/3-13

  • Golden Horse Film Festival, Taiwan

  • Screening dates TBC, festival dates: 11/3-24

  • Thessaloniki Film Festival

  • Screening dates TBC, festival dates: 11/4-13

  • Stockholm Film Festival

  • Screening date: 11/18

  • Cameraimage, Poland

  • Participation TBC, fest dates: 11/26-12/3

  • Courmayeur Noir Festival

  • Participation TBC, fest dates: 12/5-11
  • Theatrical Release Dates
    SWEDEN

  • Release date: 12/22

  • Tromso Film Festival

  • Participation TBC, fest dates: 1/17-22

  • AUSTRALIA

  • Release date: 1/19

  • POLAND

  • Release date: 1/20

  • SOUTH AFRICA

  • Release date: 1/27

  • RUSSIA

  • Release date: 2/2

  • UK

  • Release date: 2/3

  • GERMANY

  • Release date: 2/23

  • SWITZERLAND

  • Release date: 2/23

  • SPAIN

  • Release date: 2/24

  • BELGIUM

  • Release date: 2/29

  • FRANCE

  • Release date: 2/29

  • FINLAND

  • Release date: 3/2

  • ITALY

  • Release date: 3/2

  • NEW ZEALAND

  • Release date: 3/15

  • HOLLAND

  • Release date: 3/29
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    2 Comments

    • Charlie | October 3, 2011 8:22 AMReply

      "Soon enough everywhere else" defined as 3 months later in the UK - and people wonder why illegal downloading happens...

    • david geertz | October 1, 2011 12:56 PMReply

      Once again Canadians take it in the ass. When are domestic distributors going to wake the f#ck up? I shouldn't have to pay 600 bucks for a return flight to the center of the universe (aka Toronto) to watch a great film.

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