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      Film Screening: Julian Price Documentary in Asheville


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      January 14, 2021

      Thursday   6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

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      Asheville, North Carolina

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      Film Screening: Julian Price Documentary

      Join us Thursday, January 14 for a virtual film screening of “Julian Price: Envisioning community. Investing in people.” with director Erin Derham.

      ‘Julian Price’ is a must-see for anyone who loves living in or visiting Asheville and solidifies Derham’s status as an elite filmmaker.” —Edwin Arnaudin for the Asheville Citizen-Times

      Julian helped start the movement of good ideas that changed Asheville. When people come here and stroll our sidewalks, they are walking past a lot of little trees that Julian planted. A lot of little ideas and trees that have grown tall. What this movie keeps whispering to us is : ‘We’ve all got a handful of seeds.’ And making a ramp, helping someone past an obstacle, that’s a simple thing, but it changes everything.” —David Wilcox, singer and songwriter

      The Details
      Location: Zoom webinar – a link will be sent to all registered participants in advance of the event.
      Time: The documentary screening will begin at 6:00pm and the film runs approximately 33 minutes. Afterward, the director will answer audience questions.
      Cost: WNCHA Member – Free; General Public – $5

      Cost: Free - Free for WNCHA members, a $5 donation suggested for non-members

      Categories: Film | Museums & Attractions | Neighborhood

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