Revolutionary War movie stars great-grandson of hero
Movie filmed in part at Historic Brattonsville features local re-enactors
YORK, SC – “All for Liberty,” a 2009 Revolutionary War action-adventure film, will be shown 7-8:30 p.m. Friday, March 19, at the McCelvey Center theater, 212 E. Jefferson St. in York. An optional 6 p.m. heavy hors d’oeuvres reception and coffee and dessert following the screening will give guests an opportunity to meet some of the film’s stars and local re-enactors.
The movie stars Clarence Felder, a veteran television and Broadway actor/producer who is also the great grandson of Captain Henry Felder. The indie epic was shot at 14 historic sites throughout Georgia and the Carolinas, including Historic Brattonsville. It features a professional cast as well as local volunteer re-enactors.
“All for Liberty” has won eight international awards and audience acclaim. Costumed local re-enactors and other actors from the movie will attend the reception.
Captain Henry Felder arrived in South Carolina in 1735 and became a leader in his community. In May 1776, Felder wrote the Address and Declaration of Separation from the English King for South Carolina. He was mortally wounded near the end of the Revolutionary War.
Programming at the McCelvey Center is made possible by the Friends of McCelvey.
COST $10 for the movie only; $8 for CHM members. Movie plus 6 p.m. reception with beer, wine and heavy hors d’oeuvres and coffee and dessert following the show, $30; $25 for CHM members. For tickets, call 803.329.2121.
“All for Liberty” film, 7 p.m., and reception, 6 p.m.
Friday, March 19
212 E. Jefferson St., York, SC
The Culture & Heritage Museums is a linked system of cultural institutions in York County, SC, which includes Historic Brattonsville, McCelvey Center, Museum of York County, the future museum on the Catawba River and the new children's museum in Old Town Rock Hill.