A few years ago, just before the pandemic, director Rick Castaneda directed a fun film about a new office employee discovering an underground office filing competition at his new job. It's filled with quirky characters and many actors picked from right here in the Yakima valley. This film has been shown at Seattle and London film festivals is available at a premium at hotels across the United States and, on April 1, 2022, will have a special screening right here in Yakima as well as other cities in Washington state.

Not only will the move be playing on the big screen but you'll also get the red carpet treatment as well as a step and repeat photo opportunity to take photos. Dress up if you'd like!

One of the charms about this film isn't just that was filmed in Yakima but many of the actors, extras, and staff are from Yakima. Maybe you'll see someone you recognize such as a friend or neighbor in this film. You never know!

This movie will also premiere in Walla Walla on March 30, Tri-Cities on March 31, and Sunnyside on April 2. More details and buy tickets through the All Sorts website.

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