“Conviction” Opens Tonight in Select Cities


Conviction,” an inspiring new film based on the true story of a woman’s two-decade fight to overturn her brother’s wrongful conviction, opens tonight in select theaters and will reach screens nationwide in the weeks ahead.

The film tells the story of Betty Anne Waters’ crusade to free her brother. The Innocence Project’s work to overturn wrongful convictions through DNA testing is an important part of the story.

Find opening dates and theaters in your area


There are two dozen free advance screenings around the country in the next two weeks —

get your passes here


Watch a video interview with Betty Anne Waters

, the woman behind the film.

If you see this film this weekend,

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