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Where to see Moon...
Posted on Thursday July 2, 2009, 13:41 by Damon Wise

If you're looking forward to the best low-fi sci-fi experience of the year, you'll find Duncan Jones' Empire-approved 4-star-rated film Moon screening at the following locations. Don't forget! It's out July 17, so do pop along...

LONDON:

Soho Curzon
Screen on the Green
West End Apollo
Enfield Cineworld
Chelsea Cineworld
Haymarket Cineworld
Mill End Genesis
Milton Keynes Cineworld
Brixton Ritzy
Swiss Cottage Odeon
Shepherds Bush VUE
Stevenage Cineworld
Reading Showcase

SCOTLAND:

Glasgow Cineworld
Edinburgh Cameo
Glasgow Film Theatre
Aberdeen Belmont
Edinburgh Omni VUE

WALES:

Cardiff Vue
Cardiff Cineworld

REGIONAL:

Oxford Phoenix
York City Screen
Manchester CNR.HSE
Leeds Hyde Park
Newcastle Tyneside Cinema
Cambridge Picture House
Norwich Cinema City
Nottingham Broadway
Sheffield Showroom
Sheffield Cineworld
Bristol Showcase (De Lux)
Leeds Showcase
Bluewater Showcase
Derby Showcase (De Lux)
Leicester Showcase (De Lux)
Nottingham Showcase
Peterborough Showcase
Birmingham VUE
Leeds Light VUE
Cheshire Oaks VUE
Plymouth VUE
Portsmouth VUE

IRELAND:

Dublin Irish Film ctr.
Dublin Cineworld
Lighthouse Cinema

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Comments

1 Scruffybobby
Posted on Thursday July 2, 2009, 17:10
That's a shockingly small amount of screens for such a brilliant film. What chance will this have of finding an audience? Really disappointing it's not getting a much larger release, especially with fucking Trans-fucking-formers occupying every second screen in the land.

Bollocks,

2 Bnn.
Posted on Friday July 10, 2009, 12:13
i second that

3 megan veigas
Posted on Monday July 13, 2009, 11:19
I am really looking forward to seeing this film and have been emailing my local cinema for news of them showing it there. I don't think they will be though - they're fobbing me off with the old "too early to say what will be showing next week" job.

So, where to go and see it in London? That's the next question. I can't seem to find out how long it will be on for as this week is rather busy already.

Think I'll keep emailing them.

4 hughjass
Posted on Tuesday July 14, 2009, 22:17
Why is it always the decent stuff that gets poor releases?!



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