"If it does well, it may stay around for a few weeks, which would be really awesome," said Hogle, who noted ticket sales will determine that outcome.
Craig M. Cathers, the theater's manager, said he's excited to offer To Save a Life as the most recent in a line of independent films at Cumberland 12.
"I think it's something everyone really needs to see," said Cathers. "We're very happy Jared was able to get the information around and got it to our film booker. We're really happy to bring it here and we hope we get a good audience for it."
"There's only 300 copies nationwide and we get one of them," Cathers added. "And, there's only roughly 4,000 screens in the United States. That's pretty impressive."
Showtimes for To Save a Life will be at 12, 2:30, 5, 7:30, and 10 p.m. More information is available by calling Cumberland 12's movie line at 324-3777 or visiting the theater's Web site at www.cumberland12.com. The film is Rated PG-13 and has a runtime of 120 minutes.