March 30, 2010

"Letters to God" Movie Premiere; Proceeds to Benefit the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt, Tuesday, April 6

Possibility Pictures presents Letters to God, a new movie by David Nixon. Inspired by a true story of an 8-year old boy dealing with brain cancer, who, through his letters to God in the form of prayers, lifts the spirits and changes the lives of those around him. It is a story of cancer and a story of hope. The movie is being released nationwide on April 9. You are invited to attend the pre-screening on Tuesday, April 6.

Patrick Doughtie, writer, co-director and real life father of Tyler, the boy who inspired the movie, will be on hand for the premiere, along with director David Nixon, cast members and celebrity guests.

Regal Green Hills Theater – movie starts at 7 p.m.

A star-studded after party follows the movie (walking distance) until 11 p.m. Meet and greet actors, artists, directors, and the screenwriter. The Warren Brothers will perform their song from the movie, "Dear Mr. God," and Ann Marie Boskovich, American Idol participant, will sing "Everything is Beautiful" from the film.

Cost:
Movie premiere only: $25
Movie premiere and after party: $60
Party includes a complimentary appetizer/dessert bar and beverages. Cash bar and menu will be available.

Purchase tickets at www.PatrickDoughtie.com.

Event proceeds to benefit the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt. Your premiere ticket payment will be a purchase and therefore is not tax deductible.