Documentary on the Disappearance of Mitrice Richardson to Open Malibu Film Festival

Lost Compassion, a documentary by Chip Croft on the 2009 disappearance of Mitrice Richardson will open the 16th Malibu International Film Festival on Thursday, December 3 at the Regal Cinemas Malibu Twin at 7 p.m.  Donations are being accepted but tickets are free by clicking here and RSVPing.  There will be a reception held after the screening.  No word yet on if former Sheriff Lee Baca plans on attending.

It seems apropos to have the film screen in the city of Malibu considering the fact Mitrice was last seen alive in Malibu. From the people at Geoffrey’s Restaurant who called the sheriffs on her for her failure to pay her bill to the Malibu-Lost Hills station who let her go in the middle of night without her purse, cellphone or car never to be seen alive again and the fact that what was left of her body was found in the Malibu Creek State Park–I’d say Malibu is the perfect place to screen the film. The only place that would be even more perfect for a screening would be Los Angeles County Sheriff’s headquarters.

Anyway the deets are as follows:

Lost Compassion
Opening Night Selection
16th Malibu International Film Festival
Regal Cinemas Malibu
3822 Cross Creek Rd, Malibu, CA 90265
Thursday, December 3, 2015
7 p.m.
Click here for ticket information and to RSVP

 

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