A Very Sordid Wedding Fort Worth Premiere | Saturday, June 17 at 1:00 PM
Magnolia Theater at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Dir. Del Shores | 2017 | USA | 109 min | Trailer
June 17, 1 PM
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell Street
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Sordid Lives by Del Shores hit the big screen in 2000 and became a huge cult hit phenomenon with its hilarious and authentic exploration of the antics of the residents of Winters, TX. The film was followed by Sordid Lives: The Series, a prequel for LOGO. Now, after years of fans asking for a follow up with these beloved characters, Del Shores has written a sequel, the final chapter in the Sordid Lives saga - A Very Sordid Wedding.
The original film explored the coming out story and how conservative southern families deal with gay family members. This sequel picks up 16 years later and continues the comedic exploration of important issues by addressing marriage equality. The characters that audiences fell so in love with have all moved forward to new places, some good, some ridiculous, and as always with this colorful cast - very entertaining. Starring: Caroline Rhea, Whoopi Goldberg, Bonnie Bedelia, Leslie Jordan
Q&A following the film with writer & director Del Shores and actor & producer Emerson Collins.
VIP Pass, $100
VIP Pass includes brunch before the film in The Modern Cafe, reserved seating and private after party at the basement lounge with Del Shores and Emerson Collins.
Reserved seating, $50
Reserved seating includes private after party at the basement lounge with Del Shores and Emerson Collins.
General seating, $20
Del Shores and Emerson Collins will introduce the film and participate in a Q&A following the film.
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