Pulp Documentary Will Get More U.S. Screenings

Marc Hogan

By Marc Hogan

Lead News Writer
on 08.06.14 in News

Pulp documentary Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets will be coming to a number of bigger cities across the United States this fall. The film premiered this year at South by Southwest, and both Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker and the director, Florian Habicht, appeared at a screening last night in Los Angeles. After a screening Thursday night in Brooklyn, Cocker will judge select participants’ karaoke versions of Pulp songs. Now, as Pitchfork reports, we have a list of places where the movie will screen when it opens nationwide on November 19.

Watch a new U.S. trailer for the film below and scroll down for the information on the upcoming screenings, which range from coast to coast and include not only the Midwest and Texas, but also Hawaii.

8-6 New York, NY – Film Society of Lincoln Center #
8-7 Brooklyn, NY – Rooftop Films *^
11-19 Boston, MA – Brattle Theatre
11-19 Washington, DC – Angelika Pop-Up
11-19 Fairfax, VA – Angelika Mosaic
11-19 Detroit, MI – Cinema Detroit  
11-19 Columbus, OH – Gateway Film Center
11-19 Seattle, WA – Grand Illusion
11-19 Portland, OR – Hollywood Theatre
11-19 Dallas, TX – Angelika Dallas
11-19 Plano, TX – Angelika Plano
11-19 San Diego, CA – Reading Gaslamp  
11-19 San Diego, CA – Reading Town Square  
11-19 Sacramento, CA – Reading Tower  
11-19 Honolulu, HI – Reading Kahala
11-26 Los Angeles, CA – Cinefamily

* with Jarvis Cocker
# with director Florian Habicht
^ with Pulp karaoke