Where Can I See That Indie?

In a follow-up to my post about the nominees for the Spirit Awards, I decided to compile a list of nominated films (in all major categories) and divide them up according to how you can see them in the Twin Cities.

Currently Screening
127 Hours – As of now, it’s screening at AMC Southdale & Rosedale and at The Lagoon Cinema in Mpls.

Get Low – This is only showing at Hopkins Cinema 6, once it leaves there, might have to wait for DVD

Marwencol – One week only at the Lagoon, starts December 3rd!!

Never Let Me Go – OK, not currently screening but its coming to The Riverview in Mpls soon.

Coming Soon
Black Swan – Friday, December 10 at the Uptown Theater in Mpls

Blue Valentine – scheduled for limited release on Dec. 31st so that it can qualify for Academy Awards… but we probably won’t be able to see it until 2011.

The King’s Speech – WTF? It’s release date was Nov. 26 but still no word on when it’s playing here. ANYONE??

Night Catches Us – supposed to be in limited release Dec. 3 but doesn’t look as if it’s opening here.

Rabbit Hole – Limited release scheduled for Dec. 17th.

Tiny Furniture -  Another WTF. Hoping it will be here in January??

DVD and/or Streaming
Good news – a lot of the nominated films are already out on DVD, so that means plenty to watch on cold winter nights.

Daddy Longlegs
Exit Through The Gift Shop
The Exploding Girl
Jack Goes Boating
The Kids Are All Right
Lovely, Still
Mademoiselle Chambon
Mother and Child – releases on DVD on 12/14/10
Please Give
Winter’s Bone – also coming to the Riverview in Mpls

As far as I can tell, the following currently aren’t at theaters (already left or haven’t come out in wider release) and are not yet on DVD.

Everything Strange and New
The Last Exorcism
Life During Wartime
Lovers of Hate
Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives
Of Gods & Men
Thunder Soul