Blue Like Jazz | In theaters April 13
Blue Like Jazz to Close Phoenix Film Festival this Week

National Television appearances on Fox & Friends & more line up with
Premiere Events in Portland and Nashville scheduled for next week
As the nationwide Blue Like Jazz bus tour came to a close last week, and in the footsteps of SXSW, the Phoenix Film Festival announced they had selected the film to close out their annual event this Thursday, April 5th.   Blue Like Jazz will premiere at 7:30 pm that evening at the Harkins Scottsdale 101 Cine Capri.  For more details on the festival, please click here.

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.  Please view the following link here for a list of cities and markets where the film is opening in your area.

With premiere events lined up at Reed College and in Portland and Nashville next week, Blue Like Jazz has garnered national attention with The Huffington Post, New York Times, Christianity Today, USA Today, The Washington PostThe Religion News Service, CCM and more.   Also next week will be appearances 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 here.

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