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IFC Extends "Che" Roadshow Into January

By Eugene Hernandez | Indiewire December 18, 2008 at 8:03AM

Touting the continued success of the week-long "roadshow" screenings of Steven Soderbergh's "Che" in New York and Los Angeles, IFC Films has announced return engagements of the two-part roadshow at theaters in both cities, re-opening it next week and continuing the event through early January. The film, which earned more than $100,000 on two screens this week, selling out all of its Los Angeles screenings. It will re-open on December 24th at the IFC Center in New York and on December 26th at the Nuart in Los Angeles, with Soderbergh planning to do Q & A's in conjunction with the roadshow showings. "Che" will then debut theatrically as two separate films on January 9th in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, and on cable video-on-demand on January 21st. By January 23rd, the film will be on screen in the top 25 markets, according to IFC's Mark Boxer. indieWIRE posted a video clip from last week's Soderbergh Q & A in New York on the opening night of the "Che" roadshow.
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Touting the continued success of the week-long "roadshow" screenings of Steven Soderbergh's "Che" in New York and Los Angeles, IFC Films has announced return engagements of the two-part roadshow at theaters in both cities, re-opening it next week and continuing the event through early January. The film, which earned more than $100,000 on two screens this week, selling out all of its Los Angeles screenings. It will re-open on December 24th at the IFC Center in New York and on December 26th at the Nuart in Los Angeles, with Soderbergh planning to do Q & A's in conjunction with the roadshow showings. "Che" will then debut theatrically as two separate films on January 9th in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, and on cable video-on-demand on January 21st. By January 23rd, the film will be on screen in the top 25 markets, according to IFC's Mark Boxer. indieWIRE posted a video clip from last week's Soderbergh Q & A in New York on the opening night of the "Che" roadshow.







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