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Where You Can See "Life Itself"

Steve James' "Life Itself" is now playing in select theaters, rolling out across the country over the next two months. It is also available On Demand through iTunes, Amazon Streaming, and other platforms. Where can you see it? Here's the full list, which we'll keep updated throughout the film's theatrical run. And make sure to read to our review and interview with Steve James.

Update (7/8/14): 13 new cities/theaters have been added to the run for 7/11/14! They're highlighted in bold below.

Albany, CA: Albany Twin
Atlanta, GA: Midtown Art Cinemas 8
Cambridge, MA: Kendall Square Cinema 9
Campbell, CA: Camera 7
Chicago, IL: Landmark's Century Centre Cinema
Claremont, CA: Claremont 5
Dallas, TX: Magnolia Theatre - Dallas
Encino, CA: Town Center 5
Los Angeles, CA: The Landmark
Minneapolis, MN: Lagoon Cinema
New York, NY: Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center
New York, NY: Sunshine Cinema 5
North Hollywood, CA: Laemmle NoHo 7
Pasadena, CA: Playhouse 7 Cinemas
Philadelphia, PA: Ritz 5 Movies
Portland, OR: Living Room 6
San Diego, CA: Hillcrest Cinemas
San Francisco, CA: Embarcadero Center Cinema 5
San Rafael, CA: Smith Rafael Film Center
Santa Ana, CA: South Coast Village 3
Scottsdale, AZ: Shea 14 Theatre
Seattle, WA: Harvard Exit Theatre
Washington, DC: E Street Cinema

Akron, OH: Nightlight Cinema
Allentown, PA: JAC Civic Theater
Brookline, MA: Coolidge Corner Cinema
Camarillo, CA: FREED Paseo Camarillo
Champaign, IL: Art Theatre
Cincinnati, OH: Mariemont
Cleveland Heights, OH: Cedar Lee Theatres
Coral Gables, FL: University of Miami, Bill Cosford Cinema
Fairfax, VA: JAC Cinema Arts
Fort Lauderdale, FL: Cinema Paradiso
Frontenac, MO: Plaza Frontenac Cinema
Highland Park, IL: Renaissance Place 5
Hollywood, FL: Cinema Paradiso
Huntington, NY: Cinema Arts Center
Indianapolis, IN: Keystone Art Cinema 7
Kansas City, MO: Tivoli @ Manor Square
La Pointe, WI: The Inn on Madeline Island
Miami Beach, FL: Miami Beach Cinematheque
Miami, FL: O Cinema Wynwood
Montclair, NJ: Bowtie Clairidge
Monterey, CA: Osio Plaza 6
Montreal, QC: Cinema Du Parc
Nashville, TN: Belcourt Theatre
Ottawa, ON: The Mayfair
Palm Desert, CA: Cinemas Palme D'Or 7
Palm Springs, CA: FREED Camelot
Pittsfield, MA: Little Cinema - Berkshire Museum
Pleasantville, NY: Jacob Burns Film Center
Provincetown, MA: BALC Water’s Edge Cinema
Roslyn, NY: Bowtie Roslyn Cinema
Santa Ana, CA: South Coast Village 3
Santa Fe, NM: CCA Cinematheque
Santa Rosa, CA: Summerfield Cinemas 5
Toronto, ON: TIFF Bell Lightbox
West Newton, MA: West Newton Cinema
Westlake Village, CA: FREED Westlake Village Twin
White Plains, NY: Bowtie Cinema 100

Columbus, OH: Wexner Center for the Arts

Amherst, MA: Amherst Cinema Arts Center 3
Asheville, NC: Carolina Asheville 14
Boise, ID: The Flicks 4
Brunswick, ME: Eveningstar Cinema
Chalmette, LA: Chalmette Cinemas 6
Charleston, SC: Terrace Theatre
Columbia, MO: Ragtag Cinema
Dayton, OH: New Neon Movies
Daytona Beach, FL: Cinematique of Daytona
Des Moines, IA: Varsity Theatre
Eugene, OR: Bijou Art Cinema
Fort Collins, CO: Lyric Cinema Cafe 2
Grand Rapids, MI: Celebration Cinema Woodland
Grand Rapids, MI: Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts
Hartford, CT: Real Art Ways Cinema
Iowa City, IA: FilmScene
Ithaca, NY: Cinemapolis 5
Little Rock, AR: Riverdale 10
Omaha, NE: Film Streams at the Ruth Sokolof Theater
Pittsburgh, PA: Regent Square Theater
San Luis Obispo, CA: Palm Cinema
Sarasota, FL: Burns Court
Spokane, WA: Magic Lantern Theatre
Springfield, MO: Moxie Cinema 2
Tallahassee, FL: Tallahassee Film Society / All Saints Cinema
Tucson, AZ: The Loft Cinema
Tulsa, OK: Circle Cinema
Vancouver, WA: Kiggins
Yellow Springs, OH: Little Art Theater

Beaufort, SC: Center for the Arts - University of S. Carolina

Bend, OR: Tower Theatre

Madison, GA: Retro Cinema & Books
Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma City Museum of Art

Bellingham, WA: Pickford Film Center 3
Columbus, OH: Gateway Film Center 8
Houston, TX: Sundance Cinemas Houston
London, ON: London Hyland
Peoria, IL: Peoria Theater 10 @ Landmark
Salem, MA: Cinema Salem 3
Sedona, AZ: Mary D. Fisher Theatre
Shreveport, LA: Robinson Film Center 2
Victoria, BC: The Vic
Waterloo, ON: Princess Waterloo

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