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Award-winning docudrama Mully, explores the life of orphan-turned-father of ‘The World’s Largest Family’ in cinemas for three nights this October—click “play” above to watch award-winning worship artist Chris Tomlin’s appeal, urging audiences to see the film in theaters

From Award-winning actor-director Scott Haze and Academy Award™-winning executive producer James Moll comes the dramatic story of the life of Charles M. Mully, who is one of Africa’s most respected humanitarians as the father of “The World’s Largest Family,” with more than 12,000 children he has rescued. Filmed on location in Kenya, Africa, which is both the emotional and cinematic backdrop for the docudrama, Mully (buy tickets) takes audiences on the journey of one man who has personally experienced each remote edge of that spectrum, from the deepest depths of poverty to becoming a burning fire of hope in Kenya’s dark night. Click “play” above to watch Chris Tomlin urge audiences to attend the upcoming Mully event in theaters.

Audiences can experience Mully in movie theaters nationwide on Tuesday, Oct. 3 – Wednesday, Oct. 4 – and Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017 only at 7:00 p.m. local time. This event will also feature interviews with Charles Mully and his wife, Esther, captured exclusively for this cinema experience.

Tickets for Mully can be purchased by visiting or at participating theater box offices. Fans throughout the U.S. will be able to enjoy the event in select movie theaters. For a complete list of theater locations visit the Fathom Events website by clicking the link above (theaters and participants are subject to change).

Mully is produced and directed by Scott Haze (Child Of God, Granite Mountain, Thank You For Your Service). Executive Producers include Academy Award-winning producer James Moll (Foo Fighters: Back And Forth, The Last Days), John Bardis, and Paul Blavin, alongside producers Lukas Behnken of Sterling Light Productions, and Elissa Shay. Golden Globe and Emmy Award®-nominee Benjamin Wallfisch (Atonement, 12 Years A Slave) composed the feature’s powerful musical score.


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