The Diary of a Teenage Girl Theater Listings

Posted by – August 07, 2015
Categories: Literature & the Arts

We’ve been excited about the release of the film adaptation of The Diary of a Teenage Girl ever since the rave reviews started coming in after Sundance earlier this year. Needless to say, you may have heard us mention it a few times. So, now that you’ve read the book (you’ve read it, right?), and maybe listened to the sound track, it’s finally time to see the movie starring Bel Powley as Minnie, alongside Alexander Skarsgård, and Kristen Wiig.

teenagegirlposter (1)The film will be in limited release in New York and Los Angeles starting today, August 7, and roll out nationally on August 14. Here are a few places you can go to see the film:

Opening August 7
Los Angeles, CA – Arclight Hollywood 15;
The Landmark Hollywood
New York, NY – Loews Lincoln Square; Sunshine Cinema

Opening August 14
Arlington, VA – Shirlington 7 Theatres
Boca Raton, FL – Palace 20; Shadowood Square 16
Chicago, IL- Century centre Cinema; River East 21
Fairfax, VA – Angelika Film Center & Cafe Mosaic
Norwalk, CT – Garden Cinema
San Diego, CA – Hillcrest Cinema Five
San Francisco, CA  – Metreon 15 & IMAX; Clay Theatre
Washington, DC – E-Street Cinema

Opening August 21
Berkeley, CA – Shattuck 10
Boulder, CO – Century 16
Boston, MA – Loews Boston Common
Dallas, TX – Angelika Film Center & Cafe
Denver, CO – Mayan Tree
Oakland, CA – Piedmont 3 
Portland, OR – Cinema 21
Seattle, WA – Pacific Palace 11; Sundance Cinemas Seattle

Opening August 28
Austin, TX – AMC Barton Creek Mall 14; Arbor Cinemas @ Great Hills; Violet Crown Cinema
Columbus, OH – AMC Easton; AMC Lennox; Drexel East; Gateway Film Center
Montpelier, VT – Savoy Theatre
Nashville, TN – Green Hills Commons
Richmond, VA – Westhampton Theatre
Salt Lake City, UT – Broadway Centre Cinemas

For a full list of when and where you can see The Diary of a Teenage Girl, check out the Sony Classics website.

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After graduating from UC Berkeley in 2007, Julia was delighted to find out that “professional book recommender” was a job. She has been working in marketing and publicity with independent Bay Area publishers ever since. She joined North Atlantic Books in 2014. She lives with her husband and two very nice cats in Oakland.