Villisca Coast-to-Coast Fine-Cut Screenings Event


September 13, 2002 -- Barrow, Alaska

This big guy was photographed just a mile from the screening venue!

Photo used with permission.

Who: Tavia and Scott Barr hosted 15 locals

What: Feedback screening of Villisca

Where: Conference Room 5, North Slope Borough School District

When: Friday, 6:30-10:00 p.m.

Notes: A second screening may be held to accommodate a dozen or so people who couldn't make the first date.

 


September 21, 2002 -- Los Angeles, California

 

Who: Kelly and Tammy Rundle hosted Villisca supporters Jeff and Rita Miller from Japan

What: Screening of "Villisca" fine-cut

Where: The Rundles' livingroom

When: Saturday, 5:00-8:00 p.m. P.S.T.

 

 


September 21, 2002 -- Moline, Illinois

Who: Ken and Arlene Rundle hosted 30 Quad-Cities locals

What: Feedback screening of Villisca

Where: Community of Christ Church--Fellowship Hall

When: Saturday, 7:00-10:00 p.m. C.S.T.

Notes: A second screening was held to accommodate a dozen or so people who couldn't make the first date. Paul Lindberg took the photos.

 

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September 29, 2002 -- Decorah, iowa

Who: Ed and Joyce Epperly hosted 44 friends and acquaintances

What: Feedback screening of Villisca

Where: Olin Building, Room 102, Luther College--Decorah, Iowa

When: Sunday, 6:00-8:30 p.m. C.S.T.

Notes: Daughter Rebecca Epperly did a great job creating the invitations and decorations. Russ Coco (posing in special "Ed" shirts with Rebecca below) took the photos.

 

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October 5, 2002 -- West Bend, Wisconsin

Who: Mary Lindberg hosted 40 family members and friends

What: Feedback screening of Villisca

Where: Old Washington County Courthouse (courtroom)--West Bend, Wisconsin

When: Saturday, 7:00-9:30 p.m. C.S.T.

Notes: Dr. Ed Epperly was on hand to field questons.  The courthouse was designed and built by the same man who constructed the Red Oak courthouse in Iowa.  It now houses the Washington County Historical Society.


October 19, 2002 -- Phoenix, Arizona

No pics, but you can visit the hotel's website www.missionpalms.com

to see what the hotel and the room looked like.

Who: Les and Suzy Bradley hosted 30 family members and friends

What: Feedback screening of Villisca

Where: Tempe Mission Palms Hotel--Tempe, Arizona

When: Sunday, 2:00-5:00 p.m. M.S.T.

Notes: The hotel meeting room featured an integrated sound and video projection system.


October 26, 2002 -- Kansas City, Missouri

Who: The Rundles hosted 80 family, friends, supporters, and Park University students, faculty, and staff

What: Feedback screening of Villisca

Where: Park University--Jenkin and Barbara David Theatre--Parkville, Missouri

When: Saturday, 6:30-9:30 p.m. C.S.T.

Notes: A Q & A with the Rundles, Dr Ed Epperly, sound supervisor Russ Wojtkiewicz, and associate producer Adam Lawrence followed the screening.  Russ Coco took the photos.


November 9, 2002 -- Des Moines, Iowa

Sorry, no pics.

Who: Naomi and Brian Conrad hosted 20 family members and friends

What: Feedback screening of Villisca

Where: Granger, Iowa

When: Saturday, 6:30-10:00 p.m. M.S.T.

Notes: The Conrads assembled an impromptu screening room in their newly remodeled basement with a borrowed video projector, musical instrument amplifier, and speakers.  Guests enjoyed food before the screening and lively conversation after.


These screenings have been completed--details soon:

North Carolina

Seoul, South Korea


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