Everyone is invited to the Vogue theatre in Sackville on Saturday evening for a one-night-only screening of Roaming, the first feature-length film written and directed by Michael Ray Fox, an independent filmmaker based out of Halifax.
Roaming, a film about an autistic man struggling to find his place in life, was produced by Richard MacQueen through Telefilm Canada and Film Nova Scotia's First Feature Program and first debuted last fall at the 32nd Atlantic Film Festival in Halifax.
Roaming will play at the Vogue Saturday, March 23 at 7 p.m. Leading man Rhys Bevan-John (who won the ACTRA Maritimes Award for Outstanding Male Performance for his role in the film), editor Drew Wilson, composer Chris Pauley, producer Richard MacQueen and the director will be in attendance and will host a Q&A session following the show. Check out www.roamingfilm.com for more information.