A film hitting theaters on December 2 has deep Dallas ties. Called Three Days in August, it was written, directed, produced, and edited by locals, and it has a special limited run at Studio Movie Grill for one week only.

Along with a slew of Texas actors, producers, and writers, the film was edited at Lucky Post in Oak Lawn. It also includes many Dallas and Texas culture references; try to spot all the Four Corners Brewing Co. beers when you watch. But it isn’t just the Texas roots that make the movie special.

When Kincaid first came to Brownlee with the idea for the film (the two met when Brownlee shot Occupy, Texas at Kincaid’s house in Dallas), Brownlee suggested they turn the idea into a part creative, part business venture. So they created the Sionna Project — along with David Kiger, who would go on to co-produce the film — a contest package in which a winning script would get resources, funds, and connections to produce a full-length film in less than a year. Read entire article here.