It’s playing in 500 theaters nationwide, including six in Connecticut, in Branford, Danbury, North Haven, Manchester, Waterbury, and Milford. The event is set for 7:30 p.m., with a town hall discussion to follow the screening.
The documentary deals with the aftermath of the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary. It has has been picked up by a major company that is releasing the film in theaters and then on TV.
The film by Kim A. Snyder was also screened at the Greenwich Film Festival to a packed house.
In the mass killing, a lone shooter shot 20 children and six staff members at the elementary school before killing himself on Dec. 14, 2012.
The film was produced by Maria Cuomo-Cole. Her brother, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, is hosting the town hall-style discussion via satellite after Wednesday night’s special screening.
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The documentary is also scheduled to air on PBS early next year.
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