Screening: From Selma to Stonewall

Dallas Theatrical Premiere
February 12, Texas Theatre, 5 p.m.

(doors open at 4 p.m.)

The film, From Selma to Stonewall; are we there yet? explores Civil Rights and LGBTQ equality movements through the journey of two unlikely friends through a brilliant script broad in scope, humorous, and achingly sad. A story that allows us to get inside the minds of people from different walks of life converging on the earth-shattering discovery and a journey that will change your life forever.

Join in that discussion by attending the 1 night only, Dallas theatrical premiere of, From Selma to Stonewall; are we there yet? on Sunday, February 12 at the historic Texas Theatre. Invite your friends, co-workers, group, club, or organization to attend. People of all ages are encouraged to attend this powerful film that captures the audience’s attention in just the first few minutes and never lets you go.

Movie trailer link:

Stay late for a post-show discussion moderated by Revered Dr. Neil Cazares-Thomas along with cast member and activist, C.d. Kirven ~ Trans and Gender Identity speaker and educator, Oliver Blumer, DC~ Director, Marilyn Bennett ~ Producer Rev. Gil Caldwell who marched with Rev. Martin Luther King and Rev. James Reeb.

The Dallas theatrical premiere of the film is sponsored by Interweave Dallas, an affiliate LGBTQ group of First Unitarian Church of Dallas, Cathedral of Hope, Dallas PFLAG, The Resource Center, NTUUC (13 North Texas Unitarian Universalist Congregations) and First Unitarian Church of Dallas

Tickets ($10/$5 Student ID) can be purchased today at