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Texas Wildcatter Film “The Iron Orchard” has World Premieres @ 2018 Dallas International Film Festival

Texas Wildcatter Film “The Iron Orchard” has World Premieres @ 2018 Dallas International Film Festival

Director Ty Roberts’ Texas Epic THE IRON ORCHARD will premiere on Saturday, May 5 at 5:30 p.m. at the Dallas International Film Festival, which kicks off Thursday, May 3 at the Magnolia Theater, West Village, 3699 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75204. Based on the award-winning novel of the same name, THE IRON ORCHARD is the story of Jim McNeely, a young man thrust into the vibrant and brutal West Texas oilfields in 1939, who works his way through the ranks to ultimately become a formidable oilman.

THE IRON ORCHARD stars Lewisville native, Lane Garrison, known for his previous work on “Prison Break” and “Roots.” Hassie Harrison, with generations of family ties in Dallas, also stars in the film, alongside Austin Nichols (The CW’s “In the Dark”), Ali Cobrin (LightWork’s “Redemption”) and Lew Temple (“Kidnap”).

The film was produced by Houston Hill, George Sledge and Camille S. Chambers.

Dallasite Brint Ryan served as executive producer alongside fellow Texans: Greg McCabe, Peter Atherton, and Gary Newsom.

Tickets can be purchased at https://www.dallasfilm.org/diff2018.
Website – www.theironorchardfilm.com
Facebook – @theironorchardfilm
Instagram –  @theironorchardfilm
Twitter – @theironorchardfilm

The Cast
Lane Garrison is Jim McNeely
Ali Cobrin is Lee Montgomery
Austin Nichols is Dent Paxton
Lew Temple is Ort Cooley
Hassie Harrison is Mazie Wales
Temple Baker is Pluto
Ned Van Zandt is Thomas Van Zandt
Allan McLeod is Barry Wakely
Timothy Lee DePriest is Peaches
Donnie Boaz is Charlie Dupree

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Is an editor and feature writer, Kelly J. Kitchens found herself engrossed in the North Texas’ arts, entertainment, leisure/hospitality and fund raising events scene in the early and mid-'90s. Her love of film, music, art, theater, and worthy causes drove her to then pursue the publicity side of the media business in 1995. Kelly has been honored as a “master publicist” in the Fort Worth Business Press and a “media professional” in The Dallas Morning News. The year 2014 is a bang of a year! Not only is Kelly working on the Dallas VideoFest in October and Lone Star Film Festival in November, she is also the publicist for the Alamo Drafthouses DFW in Richardson. She will be opening the Alamo in Dallas in 2015 and Alamo in Las Colinas in 2016. Kelly was featured in a journalist's Master Thesis all about how she became a publicist and how she works. It is recommended reading if you plan to call on Kelly. Kelly J Kitchens Media Relations/Entertainment Publicity kellykitchenspr.com 214-684-1378 kelly@kellykitchenspr.com