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Dark Days returns to screens

January 24, 2014 Leave a comment Go to comments
Our first cinema release of 2014, and kicking off our 10th year anniversary celebrations, Dark Days by Marc Singer is out today. This is also our very first ever re-release, and deservedly so: originally released in 2000, Dark Days remains the only film to win three awards at Sundance. Read on for more about why we think Dark Days is so deserving of a return to the big screen…
Dark Days in cinemas
ImageDark Days documents a homeless community who took root in a train tunnel beneath New York City, unearthing a way of life unimaginable to those above. With an amazing soundtrack from DJ Shadow and ★★★★★ reviews from The Telegraph, The Times and Time Out you can see this classic doc on the big screen at cinemas from today – find a screening now at dogwoof.com/darkdays
Don’t miss director Q&A events
ImageFind out how director Marc Singer lived with the homeless community featured in the film, and how the subjects even helped him film the doc at one of our Q&A events. Come to the ICA tonight, the Ritzy Cinema or Hackney Picturehouse tomorrow to meet him at a Q&A session, with DVD signing sessions afterwards!
Pre-order the Double disc DVD
ImageWe will also be releasing Dark Days on DVD on February 10th, in a special double disc edition. Extras included a directors commentary, making-ofs, deleted scenes, essays, interviews with Marc Singer and DJ Shadow, featurettes on the typography design, and updates on what has happened since – including a revisit to the tunnel from director Marc Singer in 2011 plus much, much more…

Full details and pre-order links here


What’s your favourite cult doc?
ImageOur re-release of Dark Days this week got the Dogwoof team thinking about our other personal favourite ‘cult’ films. Head to the blog for some undiscovered gems, and let us know your own favourite cult doc on Twitter with #DogwoofCultDoc for a chance to win your own copy of Dark Days on DVD.
Love, Team Dogwoof xx
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