Deadline Movie Premiere

Benefiting Redemptive Life Fellowship Urban Initiatives Corporation

The West Palm Premiere of Deadline, the new movie starring Steve Talley and Academy Award nominee Eric Roberts, was Tuesday, March 6th. Hosted by The Redemptive Life Fellowship, the premiere benefited the Redemptive Life Fellowship Urban Initiatives Corporation.

“We were proud to host the West Palm Beach Premiere of the movie Deadline on behalf of our vital beneficiary, Urban Initiatives Corporation," said Bishop Harold Ray, Noted Attorney, Community Leader and Pastor of Redemptive Life Fellowship. "Our West Palm Beach organization has assisted to improve the quality of life for thousands of people. Deadline is a film that demonstrates the power of truth, justice, persistence and the local press as two newspaper reporters solve a cold case Civil Rights murder. It was a captivating evening benefiting Urban Initiatives Corporation." The red carpet arrivals began at 6:00 with the Deadline premiere at 7:00. A Q&A with cast members, writer Mark Ethridge and director Curt Hahn followed the premiere.

Redemptive Life Fellowship Urban Initiatives Corporation is a dedicated community service organization whose mission is to Empower Individuals to Improve Their Quality of Life. Since 1992, RLFUIC has provided millions of dollars of community beneficial services to children and families in Palm Beach County.

Deadline Movie Premiere

March 06, 2012
Muvico Parisian 20
545 Hibiscus Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401
6:00 pm
Red Carpet Arrivals
7:00 pm
Deadline Premiere
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Inspired by a true story, Deadline is a powerful movie that viewers most often say reminds them of To Kill a Mockingbird.

" Deadline is a powerful movie with a very strong, Christian redemptive worldview about the search for truth and justice...Matt and Bullock’s adventures in solving this case take them into the communities, homes and hearts of both whites and blacks."

Renee Green, Movie Guide

Deadline is an important, terrific movie, with the kind of compelling story and fascinating characters that made The Help so engaging. Beautifully acted and directed.”
~ Dr. Linda Seger, Script Consultant on over 2,000 scripts and author of Making a Good Script Great

“I cannot wait to see Deadline again. It's been so much on my mind since the screening that I am hungry to see, hear, learn more about it. It's a wonderful movie, full of great stories and beautifully executed.”
~ Hank Klibanoff, Pulitzer Prize winner, Professor of Journalism, Emory University, Managing Editor, The Civil Rights Cold Case Project

"Curt Hahn has transformed Mark Ethridge’s story into a film that’s a larger heirloom of the American South. Deadline's greatest gift may be its ability to tap into the stains and fault lines of the South, but also into the region’s unfaltering resilience and ability to forgive and redeem."

~ Audra D. S. Burch, The Miami Herald

Deadline is a film about a murder mystery - grounded in fact, documented by journalistic credibility and dramatized in a way that is both entertaining and chilling.”

John Seigenthaler, Founder, The First Amendment Center

Deadline packs a powerful punch…a film that goes by quickly but has much to say while it does…appropriately economical when it comes to making its case without belaboring points, but it is not economical with the truth.”

~ Evans Donnell, Art Now Nashville

“I loved Deadline. It touched my heart. No, it touched my soul.”
~ Mike Pandey, Filmmaker and Chair of the steering committee for the International Film Festival of India

Deadline is a powerful movie with a conscience. Once in a while, a movie is made that affects social consciousness and creates a conduit for important change in one’s self, in one’s country. Deadline is one of these movies.”

~ Donna Peerce, Movie Blog

" 4 Doves! Deadline is a compelling and powerfully told film and we gladly award it our Dove "Family-Approved" Seal for ages twelve plus. This film shines as a beacon in the dark cesspool of racism."

~ Edwin L. Carpenter, Dove Foundation