Heralded Film Blue Like Jazz To Bow at Special,
Just-Added Midnight Screenings In Select Markets Heading Into April 13 Opening Day
Director Steve Taylor and Author Donald Miller
To Host Live Q&A Via Constellation, Unveiling Exclusive Scenes
On the eve of the opening day and weekend for the much-buzzed-about feature film BLUE LIKE JAZZ, it’s been announced that special midnight screenings of the movie have been added in select cities. In addition, Blue Like Jazz director, Steve Taylor, and author, Donald Miller, will host a live discussion of the film and unveil never-before-seen scenes via the online platform Constellation tonight at 8:00PM CDT.

Theaters in four Texas markets–Houston, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio–and in Nashville, Tenn., will give lucky fans to eager movie-goers the chance to see the film at special, just-announced midnight screenings at the following cinemas: Edwards Houston Marq*E Stadium 23, Houston; Cinemark 17, Dallas; Regal Gateway Stadium 16, Austin, Tex.; Regal Live Oak 18, Live Oak, Tex. (San Antonio); and Regal Green Hills 16, Nashville, Tenn. Below are direct links for each city with theaters to buy tickets.
For full theater listing and showtimes visit: www.bluelikejazztickets.com

In addition, Donald Miller and Steve Taylor will take part in a LIVE interactive web-cam Q & A tonight, April 12, at 8:00PM CDT through the online movie-viewing platform CONSTELLATION. Miller and Taylor will also be showing three scenes from the film, which have never been shown before, and discussing them live. To join the discussion, please visit www.constellation.tv/film/134.

As fans and critics alike continue to praise the film as “Witty, provocative, and life-affirming,” and “a groundbreaking film about the search for meaning and truth,” such applause and anticipation continue to build the momentum for Blue Like Jazz which is set for a nationwide release by Roadside Attractions on April 13th.
With premiere events at Reed College and in Portland earlier this week and Nashville tonight, Blue Like Jazz has garnered national attention with The Huffington Post, The New York Times, Christianity Today, USA Today, The Washington Post, The Religion News Service, CCM and more. This week, Blue Like Jazz has been featured through appearances by Donald Miller, Steve Taylor and star Marshall Allman on The Fox News Channel’s highly rated morning show Fox & Friends and the CBN Network’s The 700 Club on April 10 and 11 respectively.
To find out more about Blue Like Jazz, please visit the official website at bluelikejazzthemovie.com.

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