Movie premieres at Murphy


On Saturday at the Murphy Theatre, people got a chance to not only meet Wilmington native Artie Knapp, far right, before seeing his movie “From Gettysburg to Baghdad”, they also got to meet former heavyweight boxing champ James “Buster” Douglas, second from left, who starred in the movie.

On Saturday at the Murphy Theatre, people got a chance to not only meet Wilmington native Artie Knapp, far right, before seeing his movie “From Gettysburg to Baghdad”, they also got to meet former heavyweight boxing champ James “Buster” Douglas, second from left, who starred in the movie.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Wilmington native Artie Knapp speaks to the crowd before the special showing of his movie “From Gettysburg to Baghdad” at the Murphy Theatre on Saturday.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Artie Knapp speaks to those in attendance to check out the special screening of his film “From Gettysburg to Baghdad” on Saturday at the Murphy Theatre. The audience included cast and crew, locals, and the family of Cincinnati Police Officer Sonny Kim. The film was dedicated to his memory.


John Hamilton | News Journal

On Saturday at the Murphy Theatre, people got a chance to not only meet Wilmington native Artie Knapp, far right, before seeing his movie “From Gettysburg to Baghdad”, they also got to meet former heavyweight boxing champ James “Buster” Douglas, second from left, who starred in the movie.

Wilmington native Artie Knapp speaks to the crowd before the special showing of his movie “From Gettysburg to Baghdad” at the Murphy Theatre on Saturday.

Artie Knapp speaks to those in attendance to check out the special screening of his film “From Gettysburg to Baghdad” on Saturday at the Murphy Theatre. The audience included cast and crew, locals, and the family of Cincinnati Police Officer Sonny Kim. The film was dedicated to his memory.

On Saturday at the Murphy Theatre, people got a chance to not only meet Wilmington native Artie Knapp, far right, before seeing his movie “From Gettysburg to Baghdad”, they also got to meet former heavyweight boxing champ James “Buster” Douglas, second from left, who starred in the movie.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_DSC_0403.jpgOn Saturday at the Murphy Theatre, people got a chance to not only meet Wilmington native Artie Knapp, far right, before seeing his movie “From Gettysburg to Baghdad”, they also got to meet former heavyweight boxing champ James “Buster” Douglas, second from left, who starred in the movie. John Hamilton | News Journal

Wilmington native Artie Knapp speaks to the crowd before the special showing of his movie “From Gettysburg to Baghdad” at the Murphy Theatre on Saturday.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_DSC_0419.jpgWilmington native Artie Knapp speaks to the crowd before the special showing of his movie “From Gettysburg to Baghdad” at the Murphy Theatre on Saturday. John Hamilton | News Journal

Artie Knapp speaks to those in attendance to check out the special screening of his film “From Gettysburg to Baghdad” on Saturday at the Murphy Theatre. The audience included cast and crew, locals, and the family of Cincinnati Police Officer Sonny Kim. The film was dedicated to his memory.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_DSC_0420.jpgArtie Knapp speaks to those in attendance to check out the special screening of his film “From Gettysburg to Baghdad” on Saturday at the Murphy Theatre. The audience included cast and crew, locals, and the family of Cincinnati Police Officer Sonny Kim. The film was dedicated to his memory. John Hamilton | News Journal