Where Can You See 'Carol' Before The Golden Globes? Seeking Out This Movie Is Worth The Effort

The holiday season was not a great time to be a small, intimate movie like Carol. With blockbuster juggernaut Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens working its magic on the world at large, there weren't (and still aren't) many screens left for limited release movies — which Carol definitely was. However, that should not stop you from finding out where to watch Carol before the Golden Globes air this Sunday, Jan. 10 on NBC. After all, Carol has five Golden Globe nominations — all in major categories. Not only is the movie up for Best Motion Picture in the drama category, both Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara are nominated for Best Actress, Todd Haynes snagged a Best Director nod, and Carter Burwell's gorgeous score also got a nomination. The Foreign Press and critics alike are madly in love with this love story between two women in 1950s New York — and if you are lucky enough to be near a theater where Carol is playing you are going to fall hard for the movie too. 

It's all about location with Carol. While many limited release movies premiere in theaters and OnDemand platforms simultaneously these days, Carol is not one of those movies. In fact, it looks like Carol isn't set to hit OnDemand services until February or March. In the meantime, though, the groundbreaking romance can still be seen in theaters — if you know where to look. Watching Carol might not be as easy as driving down to your local theater if you don't live in a big city, but there are still plenty of theaters where you can watch Carol, if you are willing to put in a bit of travel. 

Below is a list of select theaters in the United States where Carol is still playing, according to every movie lover's best friend Fandango. Movie weekend road trip, anyone?

New York

New York City

Manhasset

Malverne

Kew Gardens

Farmingdale

Huntington

Bronxville

Astoria

California 

Los Angeles

Glendale

Burbank

Marina del Rey

Santa Monica 

Culver City

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

North Hollywood

Pasadena

El Segundo

Torrance

Woodland Hills

Long Beach

Brea 

Thousand Oaks

Irvine

San Francisco

San Francisco

Oakland

Albany

Mill Valley 

San Diego

San Diego

Sacramento

Georgia

Atlanta

Atlanta

Savannah

Augusta

Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. 

Washington, D.C.

Virginia

Arlington

Fairfax

Fairfax

Richmond

Oregon

Portland

Portland

Maryland

Annapolis

Baltimore

Bethesda

Massachusetts

Boston

Cambridge

West Newton

Dedham

Danvers 

Minnesota 

Edina

New Mexico

Santa Fe

Albuquerque

Albuquerque

Nevada

Las Vegas

Reno

Illinois

Chicago

Chicago

Evanston

Lombard

Highland Park

Lincolnshire

South Barrington 

Washington

Bellevue

Seattle

Seattle

Tukwila

Spokane

Tacoma 

Texas

Austin

Austin

Austin

Houston

The Woodlands

Dallas

Dallas

Plano

Florida

Altamonte Springs

Miami Beach

Coral Gables

Aventura

Key West

Naples

Naples

Jacksonville

St. Petersburg

Pinellas Park

Boca Rotan

Boca Rotan

Gainesville

New Jersey

Montclair

Edgewater

Hackettstown

Princeton

Michigan

Ann Arbor

Lansing

Royal Oak

Tennessee 

Nashville

Memphis

Knoxville

Ohio

Columbus

Columbus

Columbus 

Akron 

Akron

Cincinnati 

Arizona

Tucson

Scottsdale

Arkansas

Little Rock

Pennsylvania

Harrisburg

Harrisburg

Ambler

Bryn Mawr

Pittsburgh

South Carolina

Charleston

Charleston 

Mount Pleasant

North Carolina

Asheville

Charlotte

Greensboro

Wilmington

Indiana

Evansville

Indianapolis

Colorado  

Denver

Boulder

Oklahoma

Tulsa

Connecticut

Hartford

Hartford

Plainville

New Haven

Wisconsin

Madison

Nebraska

Bellevue

Omaha

La Vista

Omaha

Kansas

Leawood

Missouri

Kansas City

Kentucky

Louisville

Louisiana

Harahan

Iowa

Des Moines

Dubuque 

Deleware

Wilmington

Good luck, movie fans!

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