Molly Ivins was a political commentator, journalist, proud Texan, and longtime supporter of the ACLU. Her inspiring career began at the Houston Chronicle, where she was an intern and moved up to become an editor at the Texas Observer and eventually join the staff of The New York Times. Her legacy lives on through her writings that shook up political conversations nationwide, but especially right here in her home state of Texas.
"Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins" is a new documentary film that chronicles her personal life and professional career. This month, Texans will get a first look at the documentary and learn more about the inspiring journalist whose razor-sharp wit left both sides of the aisle laughing, and craving for more. Her legacy will never be forgotten at the ACLU of Texas. She traveled the country speaking to audiences of all backgrounds – bringing laughter and clarity during very troubling times. She was one-of-a-kind, but we will continue to do the important work that would make her proud.
Select the City below to reserve your ticket for "Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins".
Wednesday, August 28
Austin: Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar – Purchase ticket
Austin: Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline – Purchase ticket
Corpus Christi: Alamo Drafthouse Lake Highlands – Purchase ticket
Dallas: Alama Drafthouse Lake Highlands – Purchase ticket
Denton: Alamo Drafthouse Denton – Purcahse ticket
El Paso: Alamo Drafthouse Cinema – Montecillo 8 – Purchase ticket
Irving: Alamo Drafthouse Las Colinas – Purchase ticket
Katy: Alamao Drafthouse LaCenterra – Purchase ticket
Laredo: Alamo Drafthouse San Isidro – Purchase ticket
Lubbock: Alamo Drafthouse Lubbock 8 – Purchase ticket
North Richland Hills: Alamo Drafthouse North Richland Hills – Purchase ticket
San Antonio: Alamo Drafthouse Park North 6 – Purchase ticket
San Antonio: Alamo Drafthouse Stone Oak – Purchase ticket
Friday, August 30 – Thursday, September 5
Arlington: AMC Parks @ Arlington 18 – Purchase ticket
Austin: AFS Cinema – Purchase ticket
Dallas: Landmark the Magnolia – Purchase ticket
Houston: Landmark River Oaks Theatre 3* – Purchase ticket
Friday, September 6
Fort Worth: Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth – Purchase ticket
Houston: Studio 30 Theatres
Houston: Willowbrook 24 Theatres
Sunday, September 15
Waco: Waco Hippodrome Theatre – Purchase ticket
* ACLU of Texas Executive Director Terri Burke will participate in a Q&A after the screening on Friday, August 30.