Davidson, NC How great is Davidson. I did not know we had a film club bringing cool opportunities to see films locally. The DFC is a non-profit, tax exempt organization run by an all-volunteer, unpaid, Board of Directors. Founded in January 2013 it screens one film a month at the comfortable, tiered seating, Armour Street Theater in Davidson, home of the Davidson Community Players. All screenings take place on Saturday nights at 7:00 p.m.
Saturday September 9th
Charlotte filmmaker Shea Sizemore presents and discusses his just completed feature film County Line (2017, 1h29), a police thriller, before general release of the film.
Tough, no nonsense, Marine vet, Alden Rockwell has lost his bid for re-election as sheriff of Maksville County. Reluctantly, he settles into retirement. Alden’s wife has passed, and still grieving he spends much of his time tending to the chickens, pigs, and house pets she loved on their farm. Alden’s good friend Sheriff Clint Thorne has been re-elected in neighboring York County. While investigating a mysterious symbol that’s appearing in more and more places in the county, Clint gets a little too close to the truth and pays for it. Now, Alden jumps into action alone, poking around for answers. As Alden works to find the truth and render justice to his friend, he’s drawn deeper into a web of crime, deceit, corruption, and evil threatening to take over the town . . .
Sounds like a great night out! Check out our Davidson Restaurants here for a meal before the show.