Lufkin High School
Filmmaker Matt Skinner explores the life and influence of Coach John Outlaw in a way that "Coach" would've been proud. Skinner tells the story through those who will never forget what Outlaw meant to them.
Viewers will gain an insight into why, under the lights on Friday nights in Texas, the high school football field is hallowed ground. And they will see how a town and team struggle to recover when their iconic pillar, Coach Outlaw, is stricken down.
As Coach is laid to rest, Skinner captures the pain his team and coaching staff feel as they move on to the next season without their mentor.
The documentary will be shown in the largest auditorium that Cinemark has available which holds 260 people per viewing. We will sell tickets until each night’s 260 tickets are sold out. In the event of a sellout of all three nights, we will notify the media as soon as possible.
(At the time of purchase you will need to specify which night you would like to attend and receive that specific ticket.)
Cinemark show times: (Cinemark is located behind Buffalo Wild Wings)
April 8th, 9th, 10th
7:00 pm for each showing
$5.00 per ticket
All proceeds will go to the John Outlaw Foundation specifically designated for scholarships to help Lufkin High School students.
Wednesday March 30th – (for students and faculty) ALL 3 LUNCH PERIODS AT LHS
March 30th LHS Football ticket window 4:00 – 7:00 pm
March 31st LHS Football ticket window 4:00 – 7:00 pm
April 4th LHS Football ticket window 4:00 – 7:00 pm
April 5th LHS Football ticket window 4:00 – 7:00 pm
April 6th LHS Football ticket window 4:00 – 7:00 pm