CODED BIAS Opens in Theaters Nationwide

Listed among “the best of Sundance” by The Denver Post, called “the most cleareyed of several recent documentaries about the perils of Big Tech” by the New York Times, and predicted by Variety to be an Oscar contender, WMM’s newest release CODED BIAS, which was made with the support of WMM’s Production Assistance Program, premiered theatrically at the Metrograph on November 11. The film will open nationwide — including in Miami, San Francisco, Chicago, Atlanta, Boston, Seattle and cities across the country — on November 18. See the listings below to choose your theater and time!  The film is available for institutions to purchase, or you can sign up to host a screening.

Described by Slant Magazine as both “captur[ing] a dystopia straight out of Orwell’s 1984” and maintaining “an undercurrent of hopefulness,” CODED BIAS addresses serious issues of systemic racism and gender bias, while also taking the tone of a real-life superhero story.

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Choose your venue to watch CODED BIAS in the virtual cinema!

Opens Nov. 11

Metrograph – New York, NY

Opens November 18

Amherst Cinema – Amherst, MA

Athens Ciné – Cincinatti, OH 

A/Perature Cinema – Winston-Salem, NC 

Belcourt Cinema – Nashville, TN

Byrd Theater – Richmond, VA

Bozeman Film Society – Bozeman, MO

Chelsea Theater – Chapel Hill, NC

Cinema Arts Centre – Huntington, NY 

Cinemapolis – Ithaca NY

Coolidge Corner Theater – Boston, MA

FilmBar – Phoenix, AZ

Film Scene – Iowa City, IA

The Frida Cinema – Santa Ana CA 

Goldtown Cinema – Juneau, AK 

Gateway Film Center – Columbus, OH

Loft Cinema – Tucson, AZ

Maine Film Center – Waterville, ME 

Michigan Theater Foundation – Ann Arbor, MI 

Montclair Film – Montclair, NJ 

Museum of Fine Arts – Houston, TX 

Museum of the Moving Image – New York, NY

Northwest Film Forum – Seattle, WA

Nxt Wave Founders – Tampa Bay, FL (ticket info coming soon)

O Cinema – Miami, FL

Oxford Film – Oxford, MS

Pickford Theater – Bellingham, WA

Real Art Ways – Hartford, CT

Red River Theater – Concord, NH

Robinson Film Center – Shreveport, LA (ticket info coming soon)

Rose Theater – Port Townsend, WA

Ross Ragland Theater – Klamath Falls, OR

Roxie Theater – San Francisco

Salt Lake Film Society – Salt Lake City, UT

Smith Rafael Film Center – San Rafael, CA 

Sol Cinema – Harlem, NY

UC Berkeley Art Museum – Berkeley, CA

The United Theatre – Westerly, RI

Utah Film Center – Salt Lake City, UT


Opening November 19

Park City Film – Park City, UT 

Opening November 20

Association for the Colonial Theater – Phoenixville, PA 

Athena Cinema – Athens, OH 

Austin Film Society – Austin, TX 

Avalon Theater – Washington, DC

Charlotte Film Society – Charolotte, NC 

Film Streams – Omaha NE 

Gem Film Society – Bethel, ME 

Gold Town Cinema – Juneau, AK 

Laemmle Theatre – Los Angeles, CA

The Little Theater – Rochester, NY

Milwaukee Film – Milwaukee, WI 

Music Box Films – Chicago, IL 

Northwest Film Center – Portland, OR 

Portland Art Museum – Portland, OR 

Sebastiani Theater – Sonoma, CA

SIE Film Center – Denver, CO

SNF Parkway – Baltimore, MD 

 

Opening November 24, 2020

Bryn Mawr Film Institute – Bryn Mawr, PA

 

Opening December 11, 2020

St. Anthony Main Theater – Minneapolis, MN

 

Opening January 21, 2021

Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth – Hanover, NH (ticket info coming soon)

 

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