"The Sixth Man" Finds Success With Theater Goers

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Updated: 10/25/2013 10:01 am
The Sixth Man, a locally produced film about UK basketball and it's fanatics, continues it's screening tour of the bluegrass.

After packed screenings in Lexington and Lancaster, the movie is coming to Frankfort this weekend.

You can catch it at Frankfort's Center for the Arts, the Grand Theater on Saturday, October 26th at 7 pm. If that screening sells out, they may add an additional 9 pm screening.

The movie, produced by 4 Rocket Surgeon Productions and Eppic Films, features many celebrities including Coaches John Calipari and Joe B. Hall, Laura Bell Bundy, Steve Zahn, Heather French Henry, Eddie Montgomery and even a couple Backstreet Boys, to name a few.

More screenings are expected in the coming weeks.

DVD's will go on sale in mid-November at a number of local retailers.

For more information, you can visit www.sixthmanmovie.com.
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