This 35mm presentation is part of the Sundance Film Festival season at Picturehouse Central. You can find all the details of the season here. This film is part of the excellent Robert Redford Recommends strand. Details here.
Chicago Reader review:
Fresh, likable, and stylishly low-key, this wistful and sexy romantic comedy marks the feature-directing debut of conceptual artist Miranda July. There are a lot of strong performances by relative unknowns, but what really holds things together is a certain sustained pitch of feeling about loneliness. July plays a shy video artist, supporting herself as a cabdriver for the elderly, who becomes interested in a recently separated shoe clerk (John Hawkes) with two sons. The movie's flirtatious roundelay also includes the clerk's coworker, an art curator, and a couple of teenage girls.
Here (and above) is the trailer.