March 6, 2021 | 7PM
IN PERSON AT THE BOX GALLERY
This is a VIP Preview limited to collectors, members of the press and friends of MoviesMakingADifference.
Please arrive early, the gallery will open at 6 PM to allow an informal walk through and meet and greet before the panel discussion: Coast to Coast Discussion on Mental Health begins at 7:30 PM followed by walk through with the artist at 8:30 pm.
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Special Viewing of "Cathedral Canyon" (Winner of Audience Choice for Best Feature Film at the Palm Beach Intl Film Festival), hosted by Rolando Chang Barrero and filmmaker Diana Davis. Friday nights in March beginning on March 12, 2021 at 7 PM.
Starring: Winsor Harmon, Cielle Fouquet, Noelle Wheeler, Kurt Andon
March 12 Hosted by Lavinia Baker (mother of co-star Cielle Fouquet)
and Kurt Andon (co-star in Cathedral Canyon)
March 19 Hosted by Rose Carpenter & Lauri Welteroth (Chairpersons with guest appearances in the sequel 'Cult Cartel')
March 26 Hosted by Sylvia Mesaric (Board Member and Associate Producer of 'Cult Cartel')
Limited to 20 guests per night. RSVP or, online at www.TheBoxGallery.Info
BASED ON TRUE EVENTS
Cathedral Canyon by MoviesMakingADifference
‘Cathedral Canyon’ is the story of a Phoenix area criminal/businessman, Ryan McBride, (Winsor Harmon) who has spent the last few years tiring of his main occupation as the go-between and facilitator for criminals and the City establishment. He desires to do something more with his life and like so many others at the time, sees the booming real estate market as his ticket out. To that end, even though people around him are threatened by his desire to move on, he leverages all he has and becomes a principal in the sort of crooked real estate deal that he normally merely brokers for the big-shots.
The construction is to be done by a polygamist offshoot Church whose members generate money for the Church by doing such construction jobs and giving all their earnings to the Church. Since the Church has no real labor overhead they are able to easily underbid all others and allow the City to skim the excess allocated funds to its’ heart’s content.
The City is happy to do business with them, as they believe that the polygamists, with their proclivity for forced underage brides, have as much to lose by public exposure as they do. It is an arrangement that has worked very well for both sides for years.
When McBride happens by accident upon a young girl from the cult, Ruthie, (Noelle Wheeler), a chain of events is set in motion that will change things for all of them forever.