Academy Award® Winning Film CHARIOTS OF FIRE Returns to Theaters After 35 Years!

Academy Award® Winning Film CHARIOTS OF FIRE 

Returns to Theaters After 35 Years!

Just in time for the 2016 Summer Olympics, catch the film in theaters for one-night only showings on Monday, August 1

**Tickets are available for purchase only in advance at

CHARIOTSOFFIREEVENT.COM**

chariots of fire

 

CHARIOTS OF FIRE

Presented by TheatriCast and Warner Bros. Pictures

In Theaters Only August 1, 2016

 

Cities include:

Charlotte, NC

Columbus, OH

Dallas, TX

Houston, TX

Indianapolis, IN

Lexington, KY

Rocklin, CA

Scottsdale, AZ

Simi Valley, CA

Upper Darby, PA

Wheaton, IL

**More cities/locations to be announced**

 

SYNOPSIS: Winner of four Academy Awards® including Best Picture! The historic film, renowned for its stirring portrayal of athletic heroism and faith during the 1924 Olympics, tells the true story of British sprinter Eric Liddell, who famously refused to run the Sunday of his signature race because of his strict observance of the Christian Sabbath. Though ridiculed by the British Olympic Committee, his fellow athletes, and most of the world press, Liddell triumphed in a new event, winning the 400 meters in Paris. Liddell and teammate Harold Abrams, a Jewish runner who won gold in the 100-meter race, were able to return home victorious and true to their faiths.

 

Directed by: Hugh Hudson

Screenplay by: Colin Welland

Starring: Ben Cross, Ian Charleson, Nicholas Farrell, Nigel Havers, Cheryl Campbell, Alice Krige

Official Facebook: http://bit.ly/29unnA5

Official Website: http://www.chariotsoffireevent.com/

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