"What About Waco" poster

Those who missed last weekend's two-night debut of the documentary "What About Waco" will get a second chance to see it as the four-part film will be screened Friday through Sunday, July 14-16, at the Waco Hippodrome.

The film, produced, written and directed by Chris Charles Scott III with co-creators Hobby Howell and Matthew McLeod, looks at five pivotal moments in the city's history: the construction of the Suspension Bridge; the Reservation, a district of legal prostitution; the 1916 Jesse Washington public lynching; the World War I training camp Camp MacArthur; and the 1953 Waco tornado.

It will be shown at 7 p.m. Friday, July 14; 5 p.m. Saturday, July 15; and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, July 16.

Friday's showing is a red carpet premiere with a 6 p.m. cocktail hour preceding the film and a question-and-answer session following. Those attending can buy a meal at the Hippodrome.

Tickets for Friday and Saturday are $15 and $5 for senior adults, $8 and $5 for Sunday, available online.

A limited number of DVDs will be on sale for $30 at each screening. Remaining DVDs will be sold at the Historic Waco Foundation, Common Grounds and Heritage Creamery. Scott says once the 1,000 DVDs are sold, no more will be reordered.

Tribune-Herald entertainment editor