Theater that delivers – ‘Little Red Truck’ will move and enlighten audiences Sat. 2/16

A beautiful movie, timeless, one that will end up on top of your DVD collection.

From the first shot of a little red truck motoring down a hot, dusty road to the last images of toothy kid grins, “The Little Red Truck” is a masterful, emotional tour de force.

This story of the Missoula Children’s Theatre , told in less than 100 minutes, will be the most talked-about film at this weekend’s Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.

Certainly among Missoulians, anyway.

And for good reason. Rob Whitehair and Pam Voth’s documentary sketches a picture of MCT’s national tours that no Missoulian has ever seen – and it’s a picture that will have you knee-deep in the magic and the mayhem of the tours, leaving you shaking your head in disbelief about the million miracles that happen around the world every year.


World Premier – "The Little Red Truck" 60 Kids And 1 Week That Will Change Their Lives Forever, 2/16, Missoula, Montana


By JAMIE KELLY of the Missoulian

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