From the Cultural Map Dallas. A story by Julia Bunch
A film hitting theaters on December 2 has deep Dallas ties. Called Three Days in August, it was written, directed, produced, and edited by locals, and it has a special limited run at Studio Movie Grill for one week only.
From many of the minds that created Occupy, Texas, Three Days in August is inspired by the life of Texas painter Shannon Kincaid. It tells the story of an adopted Irish American artist who has always wanted to paint a family portrait of her birth mother (Meg Foster), stepfather (Edward James Hyland), and adoptive parents CLICK FOR FULL STORY