I helped make a documentary called Wallace, and it just made its world premiere at the Sun Valley Film Festival. Now, we’re bringing the short film back to its hometown on the last Friday & Saturday of April. Director Delaney Buffett will also be present to talk with people and answer questions after the show.
Where: The Sixth Street Melodrama & Theater in Wallace, Idaho
Dates and Times: April 26th and 27th, with showings at 6:30 and 7:30 pm
Price: $25 includes Ribeye Steak or Chicken Marsala dinner at Albi’s Gem Bar and Restaurant
You can also see the film for free, but we encourage donations to the Melodrama. We also recommend you reserve tickets in advance (below) if you want to be sure to have a seat!
Get your tickets at the Silver Corner Bar on the corner of 6th and Cedar in Wallace. Ask for Jocelyn, who was also associate producer of the film.
You can also buy tickets online here, for an extra dollar, and I’ll send you tickets in the mail.
For the 6:30 showing on Friday, April 26:
For the 7:30 showing on Friday, April 26:
For the 6:30 showing on Saturday, April 27:
For the 7:30 showing on Saturday, April 27:
To see the film without going to dinner, you don’t need to pay anything, but we recommend you bring cash to the show for a donation to the Melodrama.
To reserve tickets now, sign up below (PayPal makes me charge one cent for the ticket and I’m adding a dollar online convenience fee that will be a donation to the Melodrama):