HOST A SCREENING
Generate constructive conversation around the issue of racial division and consider what actions you can take to build bridges.
Along with the film, we have put together a step-by-step process and media kit with everything you need to host a screening at your home, workplace, school, church, or community center with a crowd of any size. We recommend viewing this particular film with a diverse audience.
BEHIND THE STORY
Though Left Turn 2 is a fictional narrative, it reflects real circumstances and stories in Evansville.
The first step we take when approaching all our films is listening, and because of the delicate subject of this film, we paid special attention to researching Evansville's racially-divided history and interviewing people who are affected by racial injustice today.
The people we interviewed shared personal stories and provide a great example of people who are building bridges in our community. We are grateful for their openness and transparency.
Anyone can be a bridge-builder.
These people are marked with humility, courage, and a hunger to understand. They step forward in transparency and offer an attentive ear. They listen to others without reacting and continually seek the other side of story.
This might mean intentionally pursuing more diverse relationships. Or perhaps this means beginning a conversation within existing relationships. Whatever it looks like, it is almost certainly a collision of culture, experience, and perspectives that will leave all those involved changed.
We invite you to step into these moments of chaotic beauty because we know our relationships—and ultimately, our city—will be enriched because of it.
SHARE THE FILM
Generate constructive conversation.
Left Turn 2 was produced to highlight the importance of racial reconciliation and inspire the people of Evansville to pursue the necessary change. You’re invited to use the film to that end among your friends and family, local churches and nonprofits, or anywhere else you see fit.
Everyone can listen and learn.
Remove the barrier of stereotypes and misinformation by developing a better understanding of racial reconciliation and Evansville’s history.
Read We Ask Only a Fair Trial by Darrel E. Bigham
Watch Kana Brown & Mary Allen’s Q Commons talk on “Flourishing Together Despite Differences”
Watch Dan Sullivan’s Q Commons talk on “Beyond Relational Barriers”
Chris Weatherly Director/Producer/Cinematographer
Jonathan Boettcher Writer/Producer
Leah Roop Producer
Ross Chapman Executive Producer
Matthew Martin Associate Producer/Key Grip
Toby Hitchcock Camera Operator
Mattie Ware Gaffer
Shelby Lashley Grip
David Ross Grip
Rachel Mathew Photographer
Garrett Burton Production Assistant
Jaci Gorrell Production Assistant
Madison Nicholson Production Assistant
Mark Goines Neighbor
Matt Effinger Runner
Teddy Duneghy Teen Neighbor
Archie Carter Grandfather
Trinity Cravens Teen Girlfriend
Seth Adair Rejecting Father
Johnna Vowels Runner's Wife
George Belmore Man on Porch
Autumn Williamson Lady with Purse
Robert Gerst Husband
Kathy Ewing Wife
Josh Brewer Police Officer
Welborn Baptist Foundation
Paul & Kristen Gubbins
Bob & Kathy Seymore
Billy Bolin, Evansville Police Department
David & Sarah Moore
Brian & Crystal Wildeman
Donaldson Capital Management
Claire Ballard, HOT96
Ange Humphrey, Local Lifestyles
"From Nothing" by Generdyn
"Open Sky" by One Hundred Years
"When I Had Your Heart" by Chptrs
"A Better World" by Chptrs
A Wavelength Films production, in association with Left Turn Productions.
All music licensed by Music Bed
Copyright 2018 Chris Weatherly, LLC
Damon & Teresa Hancock
Dustin & Hillary Krantz
Brandon & Leah Roop
Tyler & Dominique Combs
Tim & Lea Deisher
Jeff & Becky Whiteside
Curt & Pam Combs
Bob & Kathy Seymore
Joe & Patti Easley
James & Pat Weatherly
Bob & Ruth Yeager
Grant & Alyssa Chapman