Reelblack’s Movie Meetup with filmmaker Rel Dowdell in support of ‘Changing The Game’ on May 12
Join Reelblack as we celebrate the national theatrical release of co-writer/director Rel Dowdell's sophomore feature film, Changing The Game, with a special meetup in support of the film, followed by a Dutch treat luncheon with Mr. Dowdell.
Pledge to attend second matinee (2:10pm) screening Saturday May 12, 2012 at the AMC Loews Cherry Hill 24 2121 New Jersey 38 Cherry Hill, NJ immediately followed by lunch at Wegman's Market Café, 2100 Route 70 West, at 4:00pm - 5:00pm (approx), down the street.
Changing The Game opens nationwide Friday May 11 for a limited engagement. Additionally, you may bring your ticket stub from any of the screenings and be a part of our luncheon and win some cool prizes.
All parties are responsible for their own ticket price Cost for the movie is $9.00. Average meal is $10 (buffet/based on weight). There'll be plenty of time for discussion and lots of cool film related giveaways.
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