I'd like to see this movie but I don't know where to...well, find it. Is it available for streaming anywhere? Is there a DVD? Is it showing in an art-house theater near you?
I'll see if I can contact John Maloof and find out. Looks good, doesn't it?
UPDATE from John Maloof: "Hi all—the film comes to theaters in the U.S. on March 28th 2014. List of theaters will be available closer to that date but that is the official U.S. release date!"
'I am a solid technician'
But speaking of trailers, the trailer for Siobhan Davies' and David Hinton's All This Can Happen is like a little film all by itself. A poetic encomium to a simple walk. Another film I evidently can't see. But like already.
TOP is off on Saturday, while Yr. Hmbl. Ed. collapses in a heap and stares at the ceiling for 14 hours (I might eventually tell you what's been keeping me so overworked lately, but not yet). See you on Sunday, when we shall share a small, mild bout of rant.
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Steve Rosenblum: "The documentary was initially funded by a Kickstarter campaign for which I was a donor. The film premiered in Toronto and is now making the rounds of the film festivals where I'm sure they are hoping it will pick up additional buzz and backing followed by commercial release. The Kickstarter supporters were promised a copy of the film on DVD as soon as it becomes available. Details can be found here.
"I don't think the film is available on DVD or steaming yet."
Bob Burnett: "Looks like Finding Vivian Maier is currently screening at some docs fests—this weekend at CUFFDocs in Calgary. 'Coming Soon' is posted on the web page. I hope that means some form of streaming media or gets picked up for a limited theatrical run before a life on Netflix."
MartinB: "I saw it in Calgary on Thursday and thought it was an excellent film. It was better than expected, painting in details discovered of her life from many perspectives. She is a very interesting person. Highly recommended."
paul richardson: "Opens 'nationwide' March 14th, whatever that means. I can't see this playing at the multiplex, next to the latest iteration of Batman or Harry Potter. Looks like Netflix later in the year may be the best bet."