Stafford’s Holocaust / Civil Rights "Miracles" Documentary Harrowing
When filmmaker Clay Stafford set out to make a simple film about one woman’s efforts to change the world one child at a time, he had no idea the reception it would receive. Set to premiere at a Franklin, Tennessee theater on April 18, 2013 in the hometown where the story takes place, the theater sold out nearly immediately. Another screening was scheduled. And now another. WAKM says it is “a thrilling and inspirational story.” Williamson Herald calls it “harrowing.” The Tennessean declares it “miraculous.”
What’s going to happen next with the film? Stafford doesn’t know. “We’ve been humbled at the response. To us, it was clearly a story that needed to be told and recorded, but we never could have anticipated the response. As a result, we’ve had interest from several television distributors, but no final decision has yet been made.” Like Inge, this film may have a life of its own.
Encore presentation of "One of the Miracles: The Inge Meyring Smith Story" on April 27, 2013 at the Franklin Theatre
“One of the Miracles: The Inge Meyring Smith Story” will have an encore presentation on Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 7:00 PM to coinside with the Franklin Main Street Festival. If you missed out on the premiere, now is your chance to see Inge’s story and how one woman has touched the lives of thousands.
If you would like to purchase tickets for “One of the Miracles: The Inge Meyring Smith Story” they are available from the historic Franklin Theatre located in downtown Franklin.
One of the Miracles: The Inge Meyring Smith Story" April 18, 2013 premiere is SOLD OUT!
One of the Miracles: The Inge Meyring Smith Story” April 18, 2013 premiere is SOLD OUT!
Thank you to all who bought tickets for this special night!
New Feature Documentary To Premiere At the historic Franklin Theatre on April 18, 2013
“One of the Miracles: The Inge Meyring Smith Story” will have its theatrical premier on April 18, 2013 at the Franklin Theatre, the hometown of Inge Meyring Smith. Tickets are available at the Franklin Theatre.
Doors open at 6:00 p.m. – movie starts at 7:00 p.m.
Brief conversation with Inge Meyring Smith by filmmaker Clay Stafford following the showing.