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Film lovers are invited to participate in the creative process of post-production by attending a free work-in-progress screening of the feature film, Sleeping in Plastic, directed by Van Ditthavong.

The crime drama/coming-of-age story is about a Texas town that awakes when a high school wrestler gets involved with a drifter and her abusive lover. Lives then intertwine and spiral violently out of control once he becomes her escort driver.

The screening includes a facilitated session where the audience provides constructive feedback on the story structure and character development of this not-quite-finished feature film. This is an essential process for the filmmakers as they fine-tune their project before locking a final edited version of the film for distribution.

Film lovers are invited to participate in the creative process of post-production by attending a free work-in-progress screening of the feature film, Sleeping in Plastic, directed by Van Ditthavong.

The crime drama/coming-of-age story is about a Texas town that awakes when a high school wrestler gets involved with a drifter and her abusive lover. Lives then intertwine and spiral violently out of control once he becomes her escort driver.

The screening includes a facilitated session where the audience provides constructive feedback on the story structure and character development of this not-quite-finished feature film. This is an essential process for the filmmakers as they fine-tune their project before locking a final edited version of the film for distribution.

Film lovers are invited to participate in the creative process of post-production by attending a free work-in-progress screening of the feature film, Sleeping in Plastic, directed by Van Ditthavong.

The crime drama/coming-of-age story is about a Texas town that awakes when a high school wrestler gets involved with a drifter and her abusive lover. Lives then intertwine and spiral violently out of control once he becomes her escort driver.

The screening includes a facilitated session where the audience provides constructive feedback on the story structure and character development of this not-quite-finished feature film. This is an essential process for the filmmakers as they fine-tune their project before locking a final edited version of the film for distribution.

WHEN

WHERE

Four Day Weekend Theater
312 Houston St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sleeping-in-plastic-work-in-progress-free-screening-tickets-44971347511?aff=efbeventtix

TICKET INFO

Admission is free with registration.
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