Filmed around the Kingsland area where the Hollywood director and cinematographer grew up, Come Morning is the story of a man, his grandson and the hunting accident that changed their lives.
The film was selected for world premiere at the Austin Film Festival last year and received a special Jury Award for cinematography in February at the Oxford Film Festival in Oxford, Miss. Best Cinematography is not an award they usually give out, but because the film’s photography stood out among the best picture nominees at the film festival, the jury awarded Come Morning with the special prize.
Pre-sale tickets will be available beginning Thursday at brownpapertickets.com and there will be tickets at the door but seating is limited.
Sims said there probably will be only one screening in Monticello.
Two days after the Monticello screening, Come Morning will be released on DVD and BluRay and there may be some copies for sale at the showing.
Sims discussed the movie and growing up in South Arkansas in a June 11, 2011 interview with Seark Today.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_video link=”http://youtu.be/St-92ahNaWE”][/vc_column][/vc_row]