Windrider Film Forum: Conversations at the Intersection of Faith and Film

When: June 17-19 and Thu., July 1 2010

Following its Sundance Film Festival debut, where writer/director Ryan Piers Williams earned a nomination for a Grand Jury Prize, and preceding its national release in late July, The Dry Land screens tonight at Stargazers Theatre & Event Center (10 S. Parkside Drive, The 7 o'clock showing, followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and cast members, marks the last installment of this year's Windrider Film Forum. The story tracks a soldier who comes home from Iraq and struggles to readjust to life in rural Texas, and it "extends beyond a post-traumatic-stress-disorder narrative" according the film's website. Seats are $10 ($5 for students). A free screening and Q&A for active and retired military and their spouses only will also be held at 2 p.m. on Fort Carson today. — Matthew Schniper

Price: $5-$10

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