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Counterpoint Films presents Be Here Now - The Andy Whitfield Story

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Photo courtesy of Lilibet Foster

Be Here Now is a touching love story about TV superstar Andy Whitfield of Spartacus fame and his charismatic wife Vashti. Together they take on the most heroic role he’s ever had to play. With matching "Be Here Now" tattoos on their forearms, they embark on a quest to heal Andy from cancer by embracing life, rather than fear. They allowed director Lilibet Foster to follow their dramatic and intimate roller coaster, in the hopes that by sharing their journey, they might help inspire others. Their determination, courage, humor and love remind us the journey is more important than the destination.

Screenings of the film are taking place in 12 U.S. cities on World Health Day to raise awareness about cancer.

Be Here Now is a touching love story about TV superstar Andy Whitfield of Spartacus fame and his charismatic wife Vashti. Together they take on the most heroic role he’s ever had to play. With matching "Be Here Now" tattoos on their forearms, they embark on a quest to heal Andy from cancer by embracing life, rather than fear. They allowed director Lilibet Foster to follow their dramatic and intimate roller coaster, in the hopes that by sharing their journey, they might help inspire others. Their determination, courage, humor and love remind us the journey is more important than the destination.

Screenings of the film are taking place in 12 U.S. cities on World Health Day to raise awareness about cancer.

Be Here Now is a touching love story about TV superstar Andy Whitfield of Spartacus fame and his charismatic wife Vashti. Together they take on the most heroic role he’s ever had to play. With matching "Be Here Now" tattoos on their forearms, they embark on a quest to heal Andy from cancer by embracing life, rather than fear. They allowed director Lilibet Foster to follow their dramatic and intimate roller coaster, in the hopes that by sharing their journey, they might help inspire others. Their determination, courage, humor and love remind us the journey is more important than the destination.

Screenings of the film are taking place in 12 U.S. cities on World Health Day to raise awareness about cancer.

WHEN

WHERE

Angelika Film Center & Cafe
5321 E. Mockingbird Ln.
Dallas, TX 75206
https://www.tugg.com/events/93437

TICKET INFO

$12
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