Where To See ‘Rolling Papers’: Documentary In Theaters Today

Rolling Papers

Cannabist marijuana critic Jake Browne, in a scene from documentary “Rolling Papers.” (Zachary Armstrong)

Wondering how to see the ‘Rolling Papers’ documentary? Get a rundown of special screenings with the cast and crew in Denver and Boulder, plus a full list of national theaters and video-on-demand services


By The Cannabist Staff

If you’re wondering how to see “Rolling Papers,” the new documentary about legal cannabis and the journalists covering its historic roll-out in Colorado, then you’re in luck.

The film, which follows Cannabist critics and columnists and Denver Post journalists as they cover the modern world’s first legal marijuana sales, hits theaters and video-on-demand services on Feb. 19. And the film’s distributor, Alchemy, just released a list of the cities and theaters that will be playing the film — as well as the VOD services that will offer the movie for download on the same day it opens theatrically.

The Cannabist will keep this list updated as new theaters and services are added.

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How to see “Rolling Papers” — screenings with cast and crew

Feb. 18, 2016

Denver, CO: Sie FilmCenter, 2510 E. Colfax Ave., Denver: 7 p.m.This special, sneak preview will be followed by a Q&A with “Rolling Papers” director Mitch Dickman, Cannabist writer Brittany Driver and some of the film’s producers.

Feb. 19, 2016

Boulder, CO: Boulder Theater, 2032 14th St., Boulder: 8 p.m.This opening-night screening will be followed by a Q&A/meet and greet with The Cannabist’s Ricardo Baca and Jake Browne.

Denver, CO, Sie FilmCenter: 7 p.m.This opening-night screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Mitch Dickman, Cannabist writers Ry Prichard and Brittany Driver, and producers.

Feb. 20, 2016

Denver, CO: Sie FilmCenter: 7 p.m.This opening weekend screening will be followed by Q&A with director Mitch Dickman and The Cannabist’s Ricardo Baca.

How to see ‘Rolling Papers’ — in U.S. theaters on Feb. 19, 2016

Anchorage, AK: Bear Tooth Theatrepub

Berkeley, CA: Rialto Cinemas Elmwood 6

Boulder, CO: Boulder Theatre

"Rolling Papers" poster (Alchemy)

“Rolling Papers” poster (Alchemy)

Chicago, IL: Facets

Cleveland Heights, OH: Cedar Lee Theatre

Columbus, OH: Gateway Film Center

Corvallis, OR: Darkside Cinema

Cupertino, CA: Bluelight Cinemas

Lawrence, KS: Liberty Hall

Los Angeles, CA: Laemmle Royal

New Orleans, LA: Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center

New York, NY: Village East Cinema

Santa Fe, NM: Jean Cocteau Cinema

Savannah, GA: Eisenhower Square 6

Seattle, WA: Sundance Cinemas

Tampa, FL: Britton 8

Tempe, AZ: Harkins Valley Art

How to see “Rolling Papers” — in U.S. theaters on Feb. 26, 2016

Pittsburgh, PA: The Manor Theatre

San Diego, CA: Media Arts Center

How to see “Rolling Papers” — in U.S. theaters on April 10, 2016

Nevada City, CA: Nevada Theater

How to see “Rolling Papers” — on VOD (iTunes, Amazon) on Feb. 19, 2016

Jake Browne Cannabist pot critic

Cannabist marijuana critic Jake Browne, in a scene from documentary “Rolling Papers.” (Zachary Armstrong)

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