Our screening of The Angel of Marye’s Heights at Liberty University is coming up this weekend (Sat. Sept. 18), and we are preparing for what looks to be an incredible experience. We would love to see you there. Here’s the latest info:
- The event will be from 7:00-9:00 PM at the DeMoss Learning Center (Room 1113) on Liberty U’s campus. Admission will be $5 for adults, $3 for students and 100% of the ticket proceeds will benefit the National Civil War Chaplains Museum. For more info contact Kenny Rowlette at 434-582-2087.
- Following the 30-min. film and a 5 min.-bonus feature, there will be 30-min. panel discussion on preserving and presenting history in relation to the film, museum and university. The panel will consist of Clint Ross (Director/Producer), Michael Aubrecht (Producer), Darrin Dick (Art Director/Motion Graphics), Richard Warren II (Actor) and Kathleen Warren (Home-schooling mother).
- Our friend, historian and author Richard Williams will also be in attendance and we will have a table set-up with a slideshow, exhibits, and Will White’s soundtrack CD for sale.
- Our host Kenny Rowlette, Director of the National Civil War Chaplains Museum, will be appearing on “The Morning Show” on Channel 7 in Roanoke on Monday, Sept. 13 (at 5:10, 5:40, 6:10, and 6:40 AM) discussing the museum and film.
- Kenny and Clint were interviewed for the Liberty Champion paper. (PDF to come)
- We will be appearing on Victory FM WRVL (Listen Online) on Saturday morning. Shooting some video spots on our tour at the National Civil War Chaplains Museum, and we will be available following the panel discussion for questions or comments.
The folks at Liberty University are treating us like kings and we will be staying at Montview (Carter Glass Mansion) for the weekend. This beautiful estate was Rev. Jerry Falwell’s office and is now the site of his grave. There will be plenty of photos and videos to share once we return. Then it’s off to the University of Mary Washington the following weekend where I will be presenting the film and a short speech followed by a group tour of Brompton courtesy of the UMW folks.
Keep up with our schedule over on the Screening Dates section of our website. We encourage you to come out and support both our film and these causes.