A special thank you to the city of Dallas! We have been blown away by the support shown from this city that will be honoring SSG Travis Mills and fellow family and soldiers at the Angelika Theater on August 15th for the official film premiere event of the inspiring documentary, Travis: A Soldier’s Story! The film premiere sold out fast and after much consideration, we felt that we should open up another theater so others don’t have to miss out on this inspirational and once in a life time event.
So here is the scoop:
Tickets are limited and can be purchased online only (NO tickets will be available at the door) http://travisthemovie.eventbrite.com
Both theaters will begin the film premiere event at 7:30 and experience some special surprises.
Make sure to join us at 6:15 for cocktails, appetizers and walk the red carpet!
VIP will be seated at 7:15 and general admission afterwards
7:30 – Film Premiere and Events!
9:00- Conclusion, VIP reception
A store will be open so you can learn more about Fotolanthropy, Travis Mills and even purchase the DVD!
Meet The Real People Of The Film!
SSG Travis Mills and wife Kelsey along with Josh Buck, Ryan Theriot and Brandon Fessey will be in attendance and experiencing the film with you. All of these soldiers have survived this year together and its quite an honor to have them under one roof in Dallas.
We are also excited to share with you our amazing sponsors! At the event, the restaurants of Mockingbird Station will be represented and you can try samples from all of these amazing restaurants and a selection from the best desserts in Dallas who have chosen to support non-profit Fotolanthropy and American Hero Travis Mills!
Support A Cause
Dallas based non-profit organization Fotolanthropy that captures inspiring true stories of people that have faced adversity and film. This organization donated its time to create this film! By attending this film premiere and benefit you will be helping to support this non-profit organization and help them to continue the mission of documenting these inspiring true stories!
Want To Learn More?
Check out this great feature about the film by Richard Ray at FOX 4
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