TREAD, the KILLDOZER film, opens with Q and A’s this week
Starting Friday, Feb. 21 the documentary film TREAD will be playing on the big screens at theaters in Colorado and nationwide. It will be coming to The Foundry Cinema and Bowl in Winter Park / Fraser on Friday, Feb. 28 for one week.
The excitement is building for this film, which is based on source material from my book “KILLDOZER: The True Story of the Colorado Bulldozer Rampage.” Paul Solet is the director and he did a fine job on this film, which has lots of original footage and many recreations of past events that help put this disturbing event in perspective.
Question and Answer sessions at the film showings
I will be doing Question and Answer sessions after the showings in several theaters that first week and I will be curious to see how people react to the film and to the story in general.
Here’s a list of the places in Denver will I will be doing Question and Answer Sessions. If you are around, or if you know people who might be interested, let them know about the film and let them know about the showings where I will be present.
Saturday, Feb. 22 I will be at The Lyric in Fort Collins for the 6:30 showing. The address is 1209 N College Ave. The film plays there until Feb. 28.
Sunday, Feb. 23 I will be at Reel Mountain Theatre in Estes Park, 543 Big Thompson Ave., at the 1:45 showing for an after-showing discussion. And then I’ll help introduce the 4 p.m. showing. The film plays there until Feb. 28.
Monday, Feb. 24 I plan to be at the Alamo Drafthouse Littleton 7 at the 6:30 showing. The address is 7301 S. Santa Fe Dr., Unit #850. This is the last night of a three-night showing.
Tuesday, Feb. 25 I plan to be at The Kress in Greeley for the 6:30 showing. The address there is 817 8th Ave. The film is at the Kress for one week.
And locally here in Grand County I’m on top to be at the evening showings of the film Friday and Saturday, Feb. 28 and 29 at the Foundry Cinema and Bowl in Fraser / Winter Park. The film plays there for one full week in case movie-goers can’t make it that weekend.
Showing at many Colorado theatres
The film is also slated to be at these theaters:
Alamo Drafthouse Sloans Lake, two nights starting Feb. 23.
Alamo Drafthouse Westminster, two nights, starting Feb. 22.
BTC Movieland 7 in Carbondale, one week starting Feb. 21.
The Harkins – Arvada 14 in Arvada, one week starting Feb. 21.
The Harkins Northfield 18 in Denver for one week starting Feb. 21.
The Reel Mountain Theater for one week in Estes Park starting Feb. 21.
The Lyric in Fort Collins, for one week starsting Feb. 21.
The Fox Theatre in Walsenburg for two nights starting Feb. 22.
The Kress Cinema and Lounge in Greeley for one night on Feb. 25.
The Icon cinema in Colorado Springs for one week starting Feb. 28.
The Foundry Cinema and Bowl in Fraser / Winter Park for one week starting Feb. 28.