‘Ten in Texas’ screening in Alpine will benefit MOBB Education Fund

“Ten in Texas,” an ode to the grit of West Texas women, will screen at the Granada Theatre in Alpine on Sunday, Nov. 5.

Ticket sales will benefit the Museum of the Big Bend Education Fund.

From Director Twila LaBar, “Ten in Texas” is the story of what happens when a deadly virus spreads throughout Boquillas, Mexico, and 10 West Texas women ranchers mastermind a plan to help their neighbors in need.

Tenacious Joan (Liz Rogers of Alpine) and reluctant newcomer Caroline (Abigail Pfiester Rue) take off on a wild adventure traveling across harsh desert terrain in a dilapidated hunting vehicle to smuggle lifesaving vaccines across the border. The local sheriff, Joan’s old flame, fears they are in grave danger and will not make it to the Rio Grande. “Ten in Texas” is an inspiring tale of determination and friendship.

Doors open at 3 p.m. and the show starts at 3:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at the door or online.

The film is produced by Sam Pfiester, Rebecca Pfiester, Modesta Williams, Anne Calaway, Kay Andrews, Chuck Nowland, Todd Wade and Denise Wade with the original screenplay and story by Sam Pfiester, Susan Combs, Kat Sparks, Britt West, Judson Kauffma and Abigail Pfiester Rue.