FREE screening of Mully featured at AMC Forum 30
Oakland Family Services is hosting a FREE screening of Mully, the story of how one person changed the world one child at a time, 7 p.m. Oct. 5 at AMC Forum 30 in Sterling Heights.
Sponsored by producer and Southfield native Paul Blavin, the movie is being released for a one-time-only showing in October at select theaters nationwide. Mully is the inspiring true story of an orphan-turned millionaire who risked everything to follow God's calling and save thousands of orphaned children from the streets he once called home.
The film attempts to engage moviegoers to foster, adopt, mentor or in some other way support kids in foster care in their local community.
“Mully is the most inspirational, true story that I have ever seen,” said Blavin, who established the production company FOR GOOD. “It literally changed my life by showing me the power of love, faith and hope to change the world, one child at a time. My sacred mission is to share this story with the world. I am 100% certain that Mully will deeply impact and improve the life of every single person who sees it. PLEASE come see Mully. For your sake!”
After the screening, Oakland Family Services President & CEO Jaimie Clayton will hold a brief discussion about foster care and adoption.
Seating is limited. To reserve your FREE tickets, fill out the form below. Tickets can be picked up at AMC Forum 30, 44681 Mound Road, 6:30 p.m. Oct. 5.