Aug. 14, 2019

 Where’d You Go, Bernadette? To Sewickley … For the Red Carpet Premiere

 WHAT: For some elementary school students, Friday, Aug. 16, will be their initial walk on the Red Carpet at their very first film premiere. They were part of  Where’d You Go, Bernadette?alongside many Pittsburghers, both onscreen and behind the scenes during the filming.

 Yes, Cate Blanchett, Kristen Wiig and Laurence Fishburne will be on screen. But this Red Carpet Celebration at The Tull Family Theater is to recognize so much local involvement on the opening day of the film. After all, there’s nothing like pointing yourself out to friends on a 4K screen that’s 34 feet wide and more than 14 feet tall!

WHEN: Friday, Aug. 16, RED CARPET CELEBRATION, 7:00 p.m. FILM SCREENING, 7:30 p.m.

A walk down the Red Carpet and photo op with the movie poster amid a horde of paparazzi

 WHO: The entire community is welcome, particularly those affiliated with the film, such as students from Quaker Valley School District’s Osborne Elementary, other film extras and crew                                                                                     members from 31st Street Studios

WHERE: The Tull Family Theater’s Large Screening Room, 418 Walnut St., Sewickley, PA  15143

Parking is free after 5 p.m. on the street and in the municipal lot next to the Theater.

ADMISSION: All associated with the film and their guests will be offered the discounted rate of $8.75 for this event. Tickets are going fast, so patrons are advised to purchase in advance at the box office or online, selecting the children’s rate for ticket prices. Seating will be first-come, first-served.

 The Tull Family Theater, a 501(c) (3) Pennsylvania nonprofit, is a film-based arts organization created to strengthen cultural, educational and entertainment experiences in the region northwest of Pittsburgh. Supported by diverse private, public, corporate and foundation revenue streams, the Theater counts among its donors Allegheny Regional Asset District, Huntington Bank, and more than 1,000 individuals and its patrons. Their support sustains and expands programming at this independent cinema in Sewickley offering two screens and an event/performance space.

Contact: Karen Ferrick-Roman,, Cell 412.671.1456