Hosted by Baton Rouge Right to Life and Louisiana Right to Life
PLEASE EMAIL CHARLES CARPENTER TO CONFIRM AVAILABILITY – firstname.lastname@example.org
September 8th at 6:30 PM
Doors Open at 6 PM – Film Begins at 6:30 PM
Cinemark Perkins Rowe & XD
10000 Perkins Rowe Suite 125, Baton Rouge, LA 70810
This event is invitation only.
If you have received an email invitation for this event, please email Charles Carpenter at the email above to check on availability. There is no cost to attend. Dress is casual.
The Kendrick Brothers, Kirk Cameron Entertainment and Fathom Events are releasing their new film, LIFEMARK, in theaters nationwide on September 9th. LIFEMARK is inspired by Louisiana Right to Life’s (LARTL) 2018 documentary I Lived on Parker Avenue.
I Lived on Parker Avenue is a short documentary about the life of Louisiana native David Scotton. He was adopted at birth after his teenage mother nearly aborted him. He was raised in New Orleans and began working on this project with LARTL while a student at Jesuit High School.
To celebrate the release of LIFEMARK, Baton Rouge Right to Life and Louisiana Right to Life are hosting an invite-only Baton Rouge Showing of LIFEMARK on September 8th, the day before the film releases to the public on September 9th.