Joe Frazier during a Beaufort ceremony where he received the Order of the Palmetto
The final major event/fundraiser held by the Beaufort Three-Century project will be next weekend's screening of a yet-to-be released Joe Fraizer bio pic called "Joe Frazier: When the Smoke Clears."
Here is the film website's synopsis of the bio pic:
Frazier: When the Smoke Clears" is a feature documentary film that shows
the real Joe Frazier for the first time, as he comes to terms with the past and
finds forgiveness for a man he once called a friend. It is the story of a man
loved by a son, a son who dreams of preserving his father's legacy, and of a
community, for whom Joe’s gym has been a sanctuary for the last three
Frazier, a Beaufort native, has been in the news around here quite a bit lately as he in September received the Order of the Palmetto.
Beaufort Three-Century will host two screenings of the film on Saturday, Dec. 11:
- 1 p.m. at Whale Branch Early College High School, 169 Detour Road, Seabrook.
Cost: $5 for adults, $3 for students
- 6:30 p.m. at University of South Carolina Beaufort, Center for the Arts, 801 Carteret St., Beaufort.
Cost: $15 for adults, $5 for students
- There also will be a party for the producer at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at The Firehouse, 607 Craven St., Beaufort
Cost: $40, advanced tickets required
The Island Packet has a writeup on the film and Beaufort Three-Century's efforts over on its website. You can find that here.
The Beaufort Three-Century website also has a summary of what's going on. Find that here.