Utopia Bets Rock Doc ‘Meet Me In The Bathroom’ Can Sing On The Big Screen – Professional Preview

Utopia, an indie distributor, is currently in theaters with Holy spiderThe musical documentary is expected Meet me in the bathroom It will be its biggest opening of the weekend so far.

It’s keeping the numbers for Sundays from last week’s one-night premieres in Los Angeles at Fonda and in New York at Webster Hall with live performances by The Moldy Peaches, Adam Green, Wah Together, and special guests Tim Heidecker and Jim Jarmusch. This weekend, the event movie by Dylan Southern and Will Lovelace, co-produced by Vice, XTR and Pulse Films, opened at IFC Center and Los Feliz with several selling out. Marketing director Kyle Greenberg said the films and pre-sales spoke of “the growing nostalgia for the 21st century, but also the iconic influence of the bands featured in the film and their artistic and production continuity.”

This immersion in the early 2000s New York City indie rock scene acquired from Sundance goes to 150 screens on November 8th for a one-night stand, and Utopia has booked additional shows through the fall. “Like a concert, the movie is just going to keep rolling,” Greenberg said. Utopia has taken a similar approach to meet me with Freakscene: A Junior Dinosaur Story in March. It was first performed at the Opera House Musical in Williamsburg, Brooklyn prior to a theatrical release.

Musical docs of all genres showed off their muscles as the niche box office recovered Daydream Monaj to me The Beatles: come back.

Elsewhere in the specialty: You are look like me Opening in New York City (Angelica Film Center) with Los Angeles next week and a nationwide roll out to follow multiple Q&A in support of the release. The film tells the story of Hasna Ait Boulahcen, who was falsely accused of being the first female suicide bomber in Europe. Filmmakers are self-distributing after the world premiere in Venice in 2021. The first film by New York-based Egyptian-American director Dina Amer, was produced by Spike Lee, Spike Jones, Riz Ahmed and Alma Harel. Aamir was a co-producer of the Academy Award-nominated and Emmy Award-winning documentary Square.

Momentum Pictures presents the thrilling Blumhouse SXSW movie soft and calm In limited edition. Written and directed by Beth de Araújo, It’s an Afternoon in the Life of Elementary School Teacher, Emily. When she and members of a club stop at a local store on the way home, a quarrel leads to a volatile chain of events.

RJLE Films and Shudder presents Lorcan Finnegan And the plan on several hundred screens. Written by Garrett Shanley. Starring Eva Green, Mark Strong, Chai Fonaser and Billy Gadsdon. A fashion designer (Green) suffers from a mysterious illness that confuses her doctors and frustrates her husband (Strong) – until help arrives in the form of a Filipino governess (Fonassier), whose traditional folk remedy reveals a shocking truth.

XYZ Films presents the sci-fi horror comedy of Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead something in the dirt At about 100 sites. The directors also star. Benson is Levi Danube, a bartender with a shady past who stumbles into an apartment next to John Daniels (Moorhead), the photographer. The property is soon flooded with strange lights and anti-gravity activity. Review the deadline here.

Netflix opens Alexander G. Iñarritu Bardo, the false record of a handful of facts in New York City and Los Angeles ahead of next week’s expansion, with 35mm participating at The Paris and the Village East in New York City, and Landmark Noirt in Los Angeles. It will also open at the Bay in Los Angeles. The film premiered in Venice. Review the deadline here. On live broadcast December 16. Stars: Daniel Jimenez Cacho, Griselda Siciliani, Jimena Lamadrid.

The tape also features Nora Tomei dad’s dragon At iPic Fulton Market in New York City, The Bay in Los Angeles and Landmark Opera Plaza in San Francisco. An animation of the beloved children’s book premiered at the BFI London Film Festival. 95% with critics on Rotten Tomatoes. The story of a young boy who leaves the city of Nevergreen and travels to the mysterious Wild Island, where he finds ferocious monsters and friendship. Starring Jacob Tremblay, Gaten Matarazzo, Golshifteh Farahani. See review deadline.

Netflix opens stutzJonah Hill’s documentary about his treatment, opened at the IFC in New York City.

Presents Prime Video Good night Oppy At iPic Westwood, Regal LA Live and Regal Union Square in New York. Ryan White directs the story of Opportunity, a rover that was sent to Mars on a 90-day mission that ended up surviving for 15 years. The film traces Opportunity’s pioneering journey and the relationship that develops between a robot and its humans millions of miles away.

Decal introduces comedy and science fiction I’m totally fine Day and date in 20 locations. Directed by Brandon Dermer, written by Alicia Kitrey, and starring Gillian Bell, Natalie Morales, Blake Anderson, Harvey Gillin, and Kyle Newashek. Vanessa (Bill), on a solo journey to clear her head after the death of her best friend, takes a turn when she finds a recently left Jennifer (Morales) in her kitchen, claiming to be an extraterrestrial.

Magnolia presents a supernatural road movie Next exit In five locations day and date. Written and directed by Mali Elfman, starring: Katie Parker, Rahul Kohli, Rose McIver, Tonji Sherissa, Tim Griffin, Diva Zappa, Nico Evers Swindell and Karen Gillan. When a research scientist makes national news proving her ability to track people into the afterlife, two strangers, both with dark secrets, race to join the study.

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