On Thursday, Mar. 6 Studio Movie and Grill City Centre in Houston is the location of choice for the premier of ‘What Matters.’ It is an award-winning documentary about three friends who not only hitch-hike their way to Africa, but also their way around the country on a $1.25 a day budget.
The word Texas means friendship and this film is about 3 friends on a life-changing journey. Houston has been named “The Big Heart” city for its on-going relief efforts during hurricane Rita, so it was only appropriate for this community to experience ‘What Matters’ first-hand.
For film lovers, this movie beautifully moves and educates its audience about extreme poverty. It’s a call to action film motivating everyone to increase their awareness and take action against this global issue.
The screening proceeds will go to Human-Rights Education and Relief Organization better known as HERO, a non-profit that promotes human dignity in all stages of life through international education and relief programs.
Seating is limited, so purchase tickets by going to http://www.tugg.com/events/7495. There will not be any walk-up ticket sales available for this special screening.
Take a sneak peak of what will be revealed this Thursday:
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