RAINBOWS END- The Journey of Six Men, Two Roosters, and One Bus

RAINBOWS END- Six men, two roosters, and one bus set out on a perilous journey from Deep East Texas to Los Angeles, California, to the other side of a dream.

Country Willie Edwards and his band “The Cosmic Debris” finally defy the gravitational pull of Deep East Texas and launch their first West Coast Tour after receiving an invitation to record with The Legendary Stardust Cowboy. Country Willie hales from the community of Sardis, Texas along the Neches River basin. He has written over 1,000 songs, many of them inspired by his childhood encounters with UFO’s.

Country Willie and “The Cosmic Debris” took along a seasoned guide, an able mechanic, and Peter. Together this group set out on a bus known as “Green Hell” for California. Peter Guzzino, became the opening act for Country Willie and the “Cosmic Debris” with his exclusively seventies-style random acts of entertainment. Cockfighter Brian “Birdman” Birdwell offers to drive the band’s fragile bus in return letting his prize roosters hitch a ride to Hollywood. Parapsychologist, experienced hitchhiker, and global twirler Audrey Dean Leighton guides the expedition as far as Los Angeles. There he plans to learn the Internet and strike gold with a cyber psychic readings storefront.

Take a far out trip with this group of East Texans as they make their own fortune and create their own destiny. Rainbows End is not like any other documentary you will ever see. Step into East Texas through Rainbows End and experience the strangeness of the Pineywoods!

You can catch Rainbows End in two locations this weekend:

Rainbows End will screen this Saturday and Sunday at the historic Texas Theater in Oak Cliff, Texas. The screenings will benefit the AIDS Interfaith Network and feature live performances by singer/songwriter Country Willie Edwards. Show starts at 5:00pm on Saturday and Sunday. The Texas Theater is located at 231 W. Jefferson Blvd in Oak Cliff.

Rainbows End will also screen in Austin at Cinema East this Sunday, at Outdoors, the beautiful French Legations Museum. This is a BYOB and bike friendly event. Bring a blanket or a chair and enjoy the East Texas documentary under the starts! The movie will begin at dark:thirty. The French Legations Museum is located at 802 San Marcos St., in Austin, Texas.

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