Inlaws & Outlaws Screenings

Tacoma Film Festival
Tacoma, WA

On Sunday, October 7th, 2007 Inlaws & Outlaws will screen at the 2nd annual Tacoma Film Festival

The movie will be screened at 4:15pm at the Grand Cinema in downtown Tacoma (606 S. Fawcett Avenue). Director, Drew Emery will be in attendance and will host a Q&A following the film.

The Tacoma Film Festival was founded on the idea that new and emerging filmmakers should be given the opportunity to have their work shown before an audience. The festival presents a wide range of such movies for Tacoma to see, most for the first time ever. We invite you to share in the fun throughout the festival, October 4-11.

The non-profit Grand Cinema is proud to be the primary host for this event. Seventy-two films, ranging in length from two minutes to two hours, will be screened during the weeklong festival at the Grand, Tacoma Art Museum and Tacoma's School of the Arts.

$8 for adults
$6 for children (0-12), seniors (62+)
Members of the Grand Cinema receive a $1.50 discount off of all prices

Also on Sunday, October 7th, the True Stories Project's Community Outreach Coordinator, Laura Hadden debuts her short film, A Problem Like Maria.

This short film, directed by Laura, will screen at 2:45pm at the Tacoma Art Museum and will be a great way to warm up for the feature film, Inlaws & Outlaws later that afternoon.

For more information about the programming for October 7th and the entire festival, click here.


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