GOSHEN — The Indiana premiere of a movie that was filmed in Goshen has sold out, but don’t worry, a second screening has been added.
The River Bend Film Festival in South Bend has not one but two screenings of “Sand Castles” scheduled for next week. The movie, written and produced by Goshen-born actor Jordon Hodges, will debut Thursday, April 3, at the festival. No more seats are left for the premiere, but the festival has tickets for a screening just two days later.
“Sand Castles,” directed by Clenet Verdi-Rose, is a small-town drama that tells the story of a family coming to terms with the mysterious disappearance of a young girl and her return more than 10 years later. Hodges stars in the film as Noah, the girl’s older brother.
The premiere screening will feature a special question-and-answer session with Hodges along with members of the movie’s cast and crew, including actor Clint Howard.
To see “Sand Castles” at 7 p.m. April 5 at the Century Center, 120 S. St. Joseph St. in South Bend, visit riverbendfilmfest.org. Moviegoers can buy a Saturday night ticket for $10, a Saturday day pass for $20 or a weekend festival pass for $30. Discounted rates are available for students and seniors.
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