As late in the game as it came during 2014, Ava DuVernay's Selma has made itself an awards front runner. While Paramount has been seen to be underplaying DuVernay's well-reviewed civil rights drama, it's already scored big at the Golden Globes. With a wide release slated for January 9th, the film seems poised to make a last minute push for Oscar greatness. Still, a good publicity push couldn't hurt, and that's just what seems to be on the menu, as Selma is going to be showing for free in the town where it's title originates.
Variety has reported that Selma will be showing free of charge at a theatrical venue in Selma, Alabama. The Selma Walton Theater will be showing the film as of its wide release date, which will most definitely draw a huge crowd of locals in to partake in a piece of their own local history. In announ...
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