EXECUTION TO SCREEN IN SEATTLE AREA
The acclaimed film "Execution", which has already screened at some of the most respected Universities in the United States and in the United Kingdom, will screen for the first time in Washington State. On Tuesday April 1, 2008 the film will screen at Central Washington University, Des Moines Campus at 6PM, Wednesday April 2nd at CWU-Ellensburg Campus at 6PM, Thursday April 3rd at Seattle University at 4PM, and Friday April 4th at CWU Lynwood Campus at 6PM. Following each screening the film's director Steven Scaffidi and former death row inmate William Neal Moore will have a special Q&A session with the audience. Mr. Moore was on death row in Georgia for 16 years and seven hours from his own execution in the electric chair. He is the only man in America to become an unconditional free man after being convicted of and admitting to murder. He is a free man today due in part to the forgiveness of his victim's family. These special screenings of this much talked about film are free and open to the public.
SEATTLE LOCAL NEWS