Award-Winning Film Partially Shot on Wilkes University Campus Screening at F.M. Kirby Center
All in Time, a film partially shot on Wilkes University’s campus, will have its premiere showing at the F.M. Kirby Center on Sunday, October 16 beginning at 2 p.m. There will also be a special live performance by Wilkes-Barre natives The Badlees and special guest Laura Shay. This general admission event will begin at 2p.m. followed by a question-and- answer period with the film’s co-directors, cast and crew and then live performances by Shay and The Badlees. For more information visit http://www.kirbycenter.org/events/841/all_in_time_wilkesbarre_premiere/
All in Time, shot entirely in NEPA, is a dramatic comedy about life, love and passion. The film tells the story of Charlie, who quits his job to move home to Pennsylvania to manage his favorite hometown rock band. His supportive girlfriend shares his love for the band, until struggles within the band force both Charlie and his girlfriend to make choices that will impact their lives forever. The film garnered 12 awards on the 2015 Film Festival Circuit, including best director at the Milan International Film Festival for Fetchko and co-director Marina Donahue. Wilkes carpenter, Chuck Yarmey, was the Production Designer on the movie which also includes several Wilkes employees as extras.