The Ballad of Lefty Brown

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Balcony - General Admissionshow details + $16.00 (USD)  

  • January 25, 2018
    7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
(SOLD OUT) $30 – Reserved VIP Seat and Meet & Greet Catered Reception with Bill Pullman and Jared Moshe.  5:30-7:15PM Backstage
(SOLD OUT) $15 Floor – General Admission (exclude 6 rows of VIP center section)
$15 Balcony – General Admission 

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The Bozeman Film Society presents “The Ballad of Lefty Brown”  at the Emerson on January 25th at 7:30pm.

Bozeman Film Society is proud to welcome the Missoula-based Montana Film Festival’s Roadshow Tour of The Ballad of Lefty Brown to the Emerson’s Crawford Theater at 7:30 pm with special guests, actor Bill Pullman and director Jared Moshe in attendance! When cowboy Lefty Brown (Bill Pullman) witnesses the murder of his longtime partner—the newly-elected Senator Edward Johnson (Peter Fonda)—he strikes out to find the killers and avenge his friend’s gruesome death. Tracking the outlaws across the vast and desolate Montana plains, Lefty recruits a young gunslinger, Jeremiah (Diego Josef), and an old friend, a hard-drinking U.S. Marshall (Tommy Flanagan), to help deliver the men to justice. Filmed in Virginia City and Bannack State Park, local cast and crew fill the film roster of this thrilling, action-packed Western.

“GLORIOUS..DIRECTOR JARED MOSHE RESURRECTS THE BIG SCREEN POSSIBILITIES OF THE WESTERN GENRE.”
-INDIEWIRE

Rated R, the film runs 111 minutes. Lobby opens at 6PM for ticket sales. 6:30PM Bar // 6:45PMDoors. Keep ‘Em Flickering!

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Venue Phone: 406-587-9797

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Address:
111 South Grand Avenue, Bozeman, Montana, 59715, United States

Description:
The Emerson is a thriving arts and community center located a block from historic downtown Bozeman. The building was originally an elementary school built in 1918, attended by thousands of Bozeman youth before its closure in 1991. With the building facing demolition in 1992, a grassroots coalition of community members dedicated to historic preservation and celebration of the arts formed a non-profit board, raised funds, and bought the building from the City of Bozeman.