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Coming Up: Screening and Post-Film Discussion, Picture House- Nov. 20

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Escape the chilly late autumn weather and cozy up at The Picture House this week — there’s no better place to spark your imagination and be inspired by film.

 Thursday, November 20th, 7:30 pm

Special Screening of Sun Belt Express with Post-Film Discussion with Director/Writer Evan Buxbaum and Actor/Co-Writer Chance Mullen

Allen King has a problem, actually, he has a few. Fired for plagiarizing a student’s work, Allen (Tate Donovan) has hit rock bottom. Almost.  Living in sunny Arizona, he now shuttles immigrants across the Mexican border in the trunk of his beat up Volvo – for cash to pay his ex-wife’s expenses (Rachael Harris).  But it’s only a matter of time before Allen’s life catches up with him – and rapidly devolves into chaos as both his pregnant Mexican girlfriend (Ana de la Reguera) and his teenage daughter (India Ennenga) land in his car during an illegal run across the border – along with three undocumented immigrants in the trunk.



Pelham resident Chance Mullen is an actor, filmmaker, and producer in New York City. Feature films include The President’s Staff (2013), starring Tomas Arana, and The Triumph of William Henry Harrison (2009), with Ed Asner. Mullen created Alberio Films with Francile Albright in 2010, producing and directing his first short film, Equity (2012), which screened at NY Shorts Fest and Kansas City FilmFest. Mullen helped found the improv groups ‘Shelbow’, ‘Little Apple Improv’, and ‘One Sad Monkey’ (a comedic guitar duo). He has performed in New York City (Upright Citizens’ Brigade, StandUpNY), Chicago, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and Seattle, as well as in national commercials for Time Warner Cable, AT&T, Toyota, Progresso, LendingTree, Verizon and many more. He holds an MFA from the University of Washington’s Professional Actor Training Program, and is a member of SAG-AFTRA and Actors Equity.

Tickets to the both screenings and post-film discussion are $12/general admission, $10/students and seniors, $6/members and are available at or at the box office, 175 Wolfs Lane, Pelham, NY 10803.


About The Picture House

Since 1921, The Picture House has served as a cultural center and community hub and is the oldest, continuously running movie theater in Westchester County. Today, after an extensive renovation and the addition of state of the art technology, The Picture House shows the best in new, independent and classic cinema and provides students of all ages with the opportunity to learn about the art, science and business of film. In a world where you can carry a movie screen in your pocket, The Picture House preserves the sense of community, wonder and engagement that has existed since the formation of the first theaters. The Picture House, a community-based, mission-driven, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, is located at 175 Wolfs Lane, Pelham, New York, 10803. Contact us at,, or (914) 738-3161.

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