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The Angelika Pop-Up at Union Market in Washington, DC will open to the public on June 13, 2014.
Reading International, Inc. issued a press release recently that announced the new theater's opening. Their intent is to use this location to provide "Angelika's signature mix of specialty film programming and unique events" while they are building a permanent location at the Union Market, which is expected to open in late 2015.
“The vibrancy and creativity of Union Market make it a perfect home for the Angelika Pop-Up,” says Ellen Cotter, chief operating officer of the US Cinema division of Reading. “And we are honored that our state-of-the-art Angelika, in development now, will be part of the continued re-shaping and transforming of this important area of Washington, DC.”
“Our vision for Union Market is to create a place that brings together the innovative and creative community of DC,” says Jodie McLean, President and Chief Investment Officer of EDENS, developer of Union Market. “The caliber of the Angelika’s programming and their overall commitment to emerging and established filmmakers from both here and abroad makes them the ideal partner for Union Market and the surrounding DC neighborhood.”
The Angelika Pop-Up at Union Market will have three screens that were converted from a warehouse space and it will show "independent, foreign, and specialty" movies. We have their showtimes for opening day right now, and they are showing Queen Margot (La Reine Margot) from 1994 and the documentary Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon, which is about music manager Shep Gordon.
For more information about the theater, including where it's located, showtimes, and links to their official web site and Facebook page, please visit the Theater Information page for the Angelika Pop-Up at Union Market!
Source: Reading International, Inc. Press Release
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