Woodhouse documentary to be screened in Cary and Washington, DC
09/03/2014 2:31 PM
09/03/2014 2:30 PM
Debut screenings of "Woodhouse Divided," the political documentary about North Carolina’s brothers from opposite sides of the aisle, Dallas and Brad Woodhouse, are set for Thursday in Washington, D.C. and Tuesday in Cary.
The brothers and filmmaker Bryan Miller of Raleigh will make brief remarks at the screenings.
Brad Woodhouse is the Democrat, Dallas Woodhouse is the Republican, and the film shows them brawling through President Barack Obama’s first term and the 2012 campaign. Brad Woodhouse was spokesman for the Democratic National Committee and an Obama strategist and Dallas Woodhouse was head of Americans for Prosperity in North Carolina, the conservative political group founded by the Koch brothers.
The D.C. showing is at 7 p.m. Thursday at E Street Cinema in Washington. The Cary event is at 7 p.m. Tuesday at The Cary Theatre, 122 E. Chatham St. Cocktails and refreshments will be available at both. The screenings are free.
In case you missed it earlier, here’s the trailer:
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