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Crossing Over: winding down

So before the film evaporates into a DVD release, here are some last-chance venues to see the film in the theaters!!

* Broadway Centre Cinemas (Salt Lake City,UT)
* Tower Theatre (Sacramento,CA)
* Cinemas Palme D’Or (Palm Desert,CA)
* Harkins Shea 14 (Scottsdale,AZ)
* AMC Arizona Center 24 (Phoenix,AZ)
* Gaslamp Stadium (San Diego,CA)
* Oasis Cinema (Nogales,AZ)
* Regal Arbor Cinema at Great Hills (Austin,TX)
* Santikos Bijou at Crossroads (San Antonio,TX)
* Cedar Lee Theatres (Cleveland Heights,OH)
* Regal Downtown West Cinema 8 (Knoxville,TN)
* Sunrise Cinemas at Sunrise Eleven (Sunrise,FL)
* AMC Cocowalk 16 (Coconut Grove,FL)

And thank you, as always, for your support.

— KMB

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