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 Theater News
 

A MIRACLE IN SPANISH HARLEM Receives MPAA PG Rating -

Opens at More Than 100 Theaters on December 6

 

WESTFIELD, NJ – November 25, 2013 –The motion picture A Miracle In Spanish Harlem has received a PG rating by the Motion Picture Association of America and will be released in more than 100 theatres nationwide on December 6, 2013, it was announced today by DigiNext, a joint distribution venture between Digiplex Destinations (NASDAQ CM: DCIN) and Nehst Media EnterprisesScreenvision is a distribution and promotional partner in the film’s release.

 

The family-friendly story about love, faith and redemption stars Kate del Castillo in her first mainstream English speaking cinematic lead as Eva O’Riley. Beautiful and alone, Eva feels a spark of romantic interest when she meets Tito (Luis Antonio Ramos), a young widower struggling with the loss of his wife, his hope and his faith.

 

The pressures of trying to keep a failing business above water and caring for his two young daughters, Amanda (Fatima Ptacek) and Samantha (Brianna Gonzalez-Bonacci), blind Tito to the devotion of his family and friends. Nothing short of a miracle can relieve Tito’s solitary burdens. However, miracles have been known to happen.

 

In A Miracle in Spanish Harlem, director and producer Derek Velez Partridge presents a tender story with a Latin flavor that deals with themes that are universal. It will engage audiences with laughter, tears and circumstances of human relationships that everyone can relate to. The MPAA has included the following descriptive information as guidance for movie-goers “thematic elements, brief mild language and some disturbing images.”

 

Theaters listed will open the film on December 6. Additionally, the film will also be presented as a Screenvision Special Event on December 10 at more than 24 Screenvision partner cinemas across the United States.Further information is available at www.screenvision.com.

 

Arizona: Cinema Latino de Phoenix (Phoenix); Digiplex Surprise IMAX (Surprise)

 

Arkansas: Central City 10 (Hot Springs)

 

California: Digiplex Apple Valley, Digiplex River Village (Bonsall), Sierra Vista Stadium 16 (Clovis), Lodi Stadium 12 (Lodi), Digiplex Mission Marketplace (Oceanside), Plaza Stadium 14 (Oxnard), Digiplex Poway, Roxy Stadium 14 (Santa Rosa), Digiplex Mission Valley (San Diego), Camera Cinemas 12 (San Jose), Digiplex Tower Cinemas (Temecula)

 

Colorado: Cinema Latino de Aurora (Aurora),

 

Connecticut: Digiplex Bloomfield, Showcase Cinema (Bridgeport), Digiplex Lisbon 12, Digiplex Digiplex CINEROM(Torrington)

 

Florida: Paragon Grove 13 (Coconut Grove), Flagship Cinemas (Homestead), Pensacola 18, Royal Palm 20 (Bradenton)

 

Georgia: Wynnsong 11 (Savannah), Carmike Snellville 12, Wynnsong 16 (Albany),

 

Iowa: Southern Hills Cinema 12 (Sioux City), Southridge 12 (Des Moines)

 

Indiana: Showplace East (Evansville)

 

Kansas: Village 8 (Dodge City)

 

Maryland: Flagship Cinemas (Churchville)

 

Massachusetts: Flagship Cinemas (New Bedford), Showcase Cinemas (Revere), North Showcase (Worcester)

 

Michigan:  Emagine Cinemas (Rochester Hills), Emagine Cinemas (Woodhaven), Cinema At Rivertown Crossing (Grandville)

 

Missouri: Plaza Eight (Monett)

 

New Hampshire: O’Neil Theaters (Londonderry)

 

New Jersey: Bow Tie Cinemas (Bergenfield), Digiplex Cranford, Edgewater Multiplex Cinemas, Fabian 8 Cinema (Paterson), Digiplex Sparta

 

New York: Bow Tie Cinemas (Bronxville), Bow Tie Cinemas (Mamaroneck), Bow Tie Cinemas (Port Washington), Concourse Plaza (Bronx), Linden Boulevard Multiplex Cinemas (Brooklyn), Multiplex Cinemas (Farmingdale), Jamaica Center (Jamaica), Sunrise Cinemas (Valley Stream),

 

North Carolina: Carmike Raleigh 15 (Raleigh), Winston Salem 10, Wynnsong 15 (Durham)

 

Pennsylvania: Carmike 16 (Allentown), Digiplex Cinema Center (Bloomsburg), Digiplex Cinema Center (Camp Hill), Flagship Cinemas (Mechanicsburg), Digiplex Fairgrounds Square (Reading), Digiplex Cinema Center (Selinsgrove), Digiplex Cinema Center (Williamsport)

 

Ohio: Digiplex Digiplex Solon Cinema 16 (Solon),Showcase Cinemas (Springdale)

 

Oklahoma: Windsor Hills Cinema (Oklahoma City)

 

Rhode Island: Providence Place Cinemas 18 (Providence)

 

South Carolina: Broadway 16 (Myrtle Beach)

 

Tennessee: Paradiso (Memphis)

 

Texas: Premiere Cinema 18 (El Paso), Studio Movie Grill Spring Valley (Dallas), SMG Northwest Highway (Dallas), Movie Tavern Hulen 13 (Ft. Worth), Willowbrook 10 (Houston), Wylie 12 at Woodbridge (Wylie), Cinema Latino de Pasadena (Pasadena), Cinema Latino de Ft Worth (Ft Worth), Sikes Cinema 10 (Wichita Falls), Carmike 16 (El Paso), Hickory Creek (Lake Dallas), Carmike 10 (Longview)

 

Utah: Hollywood Connection 15 (West Valley Center)

 

Washington: Carmike 12 (Kennewick)

 

Visit www.AMiracleOnScreen.com for up-to-date information on additional locations, show times and advance ticket sales. The Official Trailer for A Miracle in Spanish Harlem can be found on Youtube.

 

Kate del Castillo has risen to the top ranks of Hispanic actresses in the United States, and People en Español recently selected her for the cover of its “25 Most Powerful Women” issue.  She has more than 50 motion picture and television series among her credits, including “Under the Same Moon” (one of the two highest-grossing Spanish-language theatrical releases in U.S. history).  Del Castillo also guest starred in six episodes of the hit comedy series “Weeds.”  She began her acting career as a child, but it wasn’t until the enormously successful telenovela “Muchachitas” that she became a full-fledged star in Mexico.  Her popular telenovelas have aired multiple times in more than 100 countries worldwide. She has been a spokesperson for PETA and the Ambassador for Human Rights in Mexico against Human Trafficking for several years. 

 

DigiNext, the movie’s distributor, is a joint venture entertainment content distributor formed by Digital Cinema Destinations Corp. (NASDAQ CM: DCIN), better known as Digiplex Destinations - a rapidly growing exhibitor and innovative theater circuit and Nehst Media Enterprises. Migration of commercial theaters from film to digital has opened the door to a wider range of entertainment choices on the big screen for consumers and better opportunities for independent filmmakers and their work. Since its launch in August 2012, DigiNext has been committed to providing theatrical distribution opportunities for talented but still below-the-radar directors and producers to reach appreciative audiences.

 

Headquartered in New York, N.Y., Screenvision is a national leader in cinema advertising, offering on-screen advertising, in-lobby promotions and integrated marketing programs to national, regional and local advertisers and providing comprehensive cinema advertising representation services to top tier theatrical exhibitors presenting the highest quality movie going experience. The Screenvision cinema advertising network is comprised of over 14,300 screens in 2,300+ theater locations across all 50 states and 94% of DMAs nationwide; delivering through more than 150 theatrical circuits, including 6 of the top 10 exhibitor companies.  For more information: http://www.screenvision.com.

 

 

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