Location: The Palladium 253 5th Ave North St. Petersburg, FL
We're ecstatic to announce that One of the Biggest screenings of a locally made film this city has seen is going to happen on Saturday, December 9th, 2017 at 3PM in the main auditorium of The Palladium Theater located in the heartbeat of its home city- St. Petersburg, FL!
Join Veterans ,Homeless advocate,City Staff & the amazing cast of "Art in the City" the movie as we celebrate the cinematic achievements this heart touching film has made as it's toured the city of St. Petersburg wowing audiences with its plot and storyline, helping to raise awareness to the homeless condition and art that resides in this city.
Danny Greene (Cranstan Cumberbatch), a homeless war veteran who suffers from P.T.S.D (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), is in a fight for his life trying to survive living life homeless in the streets of St. Petersburg. Upon a chance encounter, he meets Sandy (Stephanie Porto), a mysterious stranger who shows him the ropes on how to survive being homeless and in this, he discovers his talent to do art, and love. Now, Danny is faced with the tough decision in taking a leap of faith in efforts to change his quality of life or continue with life as he knows.
Art in the City also stars: Jabaar Edmond, Carla Bristol, Debbie Garrett, Roderick Cunningham, Bruce Street, and the beautiful city of St. Petersburg and its one of a kind murals and landscape.
Official Movie Trailer:
ABC's Morning Blend Television Interview:
Tickets are $10 in advance & $15 at the door.
Doors open at 2:00pm.
Red Carpet Screening will include:
Reception w/ Live Entertainment
Local Celebrity Host
Director/Cast Meet & Greet
Informative Community Panel Discussion with special guest panelist to talk about: The Making of the movie, The Homeless Condition here in St. Pete, Veteran Life, Art in the City, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), & Art Therapy.
We are truly humbled, and overwhelmed by the support our home city of St. Petersburg has shown us in the making and screening of this movie. We are extremely grateful to people and venues that have hosted screenings all throughout the year. Thank you to The American Stage Theater Company, The Studio@620, The Sundial Muvico, The Mayors Office in City Hall, The Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum, The Historic Royal Theater, and The University of South Florida St. Pete. This movie is the product of a city that provides opportunity and we are beyond excited to be sharing this experience with you. Don't forget to Save the Date! We can't wait to see you on the Red Carpet!ArtInTheCityTheMovie.com