Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets is Florian Habicht’s documentary about Pulp‘s 2012 hometown show in Sheffield, England. Today, Oscilloscope Laboratories has announced a series of U.S. screenings.
Tonight, Jarvis Cocker and Habicht are set to appear at the Los Angeles screening, and on Thursday in Brooklyn, Cocker will judge a Pulp karaoke contest at a screening. Find the dates and a new trailer for the film below; that’s a new poster for the movie up there.
Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets:
08-05 Los Angeles, CA – Ace Hotel *#
08-06 New York, NY – Film Society of Lincoln Center #
08-07 Brooklyn, NY – Rooftop Films *^
11-19 Boston, MA – Brattle Theatre
11-19 Washington, DC – Angelika Pop-Up
11-19 Fairfax, VA – Angelika Mosaic
11-19 Detroit, MI – Cinema Detroit
11-19 Columbus, OH – Gateway Film Center
11-19 Seattle, WA – Grand Illusion
11-19 Portland, OR – Hollywood Theatre
11-19 Dallas, TX – Angelika Dallas
11-19 Plano, TX – Angelika Plano
11-19 San Diego, CA – Reading Gaslamp
11-19 San Diego, CA – Reading Town Square
11-19 Sacramento, CA – Reading Tower
11-19 Honolulu, HI – Reading Kahala
11-26 Los Angeles, CA – Cinefamily
* with Jarvis Cocker
# with director Florian Habicht
^ with Pulp karaoke
Chance The Rapper has cancelled appearances at the Mad Decent Block Parties in Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Boston, and Toronto due to exhaustion, Mad Decent reports. He will be replaced by Vic Mensa in all four of the following shows:
08-08 Philadelphia, PA – Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing
08-09 Brooklyn, NY – MCU Park at Coney Island
08-10 Boston, MA – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
08-15 Toronto, Ontario – Fort York Garrison Commons
Chance has previously cancelled shows due to illness, including one hospitalization that preventing him from performing at Coachella.
No other cancellations have been made at this time.
Watch Chance The Rapper’s video for “Everybody’s Something”: