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“It Ain’t Over” to premiere at Fox Theatre Oct. 30, 2022

ATLANTA—Get ready for a spectacular Pink Carpet event. Tickets are now available at the box office for the premiere, “It Ain’t Over,” which will be held for two show events at the Fox Theatre Atlanta on Sunday, Oct. 30, 2022. 

WLS Films is presenting this poignant film, which captures the journeys  of patients and their families in their quest to conquer cancer. The premiere will benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
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Bishop William L. Sheals, senior pastor of Hopewell Baptist Church since 1980, is executive producer of the movie, the Pink Carpet event and a concert featuring Sounds of Blackness, Maurette Brown Clark, Dottie Peoples, Angela Wilson and the SFTS Band, which will be held in conjunction with the movie premiere. Sheals also stars as a hospital volunteer in the movie, helping to  give patients hope in their darkest moments. 
 
For tickets to the matinee or evening event (Pink Carpet and concerts for both events): https://www.foxtheater.org/events 
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