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'Pariah' Movie Opens In More Theaters This Weekend

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By popular demand, Focus Features’ award-winning Pariah, written and directed by Dee Rees and starring Adepero Oduye, is adding more theaters around the country. The coming-of-age film follows a 17-year-old African American lesbian from Brooklyn, N.Y., as she learns to embrace her identity.


In New York City, in addition to continuing at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center and the Sunshine Cinema, the movie starts Friday at the Empire 25 (in Times Square) and Magic Johnson Harlem 9.


See below for a full list of nationwide theaters opening the film this weekend.


NOW PLAYING IN THEATERS:


Cambridge, MA - Landmark Kendall Square Cinema 9


Chicago, IL - AMC River East 21 ETX


Dallas, TX - Landmark Magnolia 5


Evanston, IL - Cinemark Evanston 18 XD


Hollywood, CA - ArcLight Cinemas Hollywood 14 & Dome


New York, NY - Sunshine Cinema and the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center


San Diego, CA - Landmark Hillcrest 5


San Francisco, CA - Landmark Embarcadero Center Cinema 5


Seattle, WA - Landmark Harvard Exit Theatre 2


Washington, DC - Landmark E-Street Cinema 8


 


THE FOLLOWING CITIES AND THEATERS ARE OPENING THE FILM ON FRIDAY, JANUARY 13TH


Atlanta, GA - Midtown Art Cinema 8


Austin, TX - Arbor Cinemas @ Great Hills 8


Houston, TX – Sundance Houston


Irvine, CA - University Town Center 6


Los Angeles, CA - Rave Baldwin Hills 15 Xtreme


New York, NY - Empire 25 and Magic Johnson Harlem 9


Philadelphia, PA - Ritz At The Bourse 5


Portland, OR - Fox Tower Stadium 10


Scottsdale, AZ - Camelview Plaza 5


 


www.PariahMovie.com


www.Facebook.com/PariahTheMovie


Twitter_Hashtag: #PariahMovie


 


 

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