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Country school movie Tuesday night
February 28, 2011 - Andrew Potter
A documentary on country schools will be screened Tuesday (March 1) at 7 p.m. at the Orpheum Theater. The new movie titled "Country School: One Room — One Nation" is the work of award-winning filmmakers Tammy and Kelly Rundle of the Moline, Ill.-based Fourth Wall Films. Orpheum Director Pip Gordon said at noon Monday that 28 tickets remain available for the film at a cost of $5. She said if there is a sellout, they will have a standby line Tuesday night for those wanting to get into the show in case there are "no-shows" who bought a ticket. "Any empty seat will be filled," Gordon said. Prior to the show, the Historical Society of Marshall County is hosting a free reception at the Taylor No. 4 country school at 19 N. Second Ave in Marshalltown. Portions of the film were shot at the Taylor No. 4 school. Gordon said there will also be a question and answer session following the film with the Rundles in the theater at the Orpheum. For more information call the Orpheum at 641-844-5909.
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