In just a matter of a few weeks film fans will be neck-deep in Sundance coverage, and after that a variety of festivals across the country will kick off, showcasing many works that will inevitably find their way into multiplexes the world over. Until then, however, programmers at independent and chain theaters across the country are continuing to schedule screenings of great repertory titles and host showings of films that haven't been on screen in decades. And while Edgar Wright's very own forthcoming festival, The Wright Stuff II, launches this week at Los Angeles' New Beverly Cinema with a triple feature of his three films 'Shaun of the Dead,' 'Hot Fuzz' and 'Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,' there are thankfully a variety of terrific options left for folks who don't live in Los Angeles or weren't able to get tickets before those screenings sold out.
But before we get to the stuff we think you should see elsewhere in the country, we would like to remind you to please leave comments and send in emails with any suggestions you may have for events, screenings, or other opportunities film fans may have to share with others in their celebration of the medium. Also, when and if you attend any of the events listed below, please let us know about your experiences, and let the organizers know where you found out about it!