Documentary Focuses on Survivor of Virginia Tech Shootings

A documentary about a survivor of the 2007 mass shootings at Virginia Tech is on the schedule at the Sundance Film Festival.

The Roanoke Times reports the documentary "Living for 32" is slated for daily screenings from January 22 to 27 in Park City, Utah.

Colin Goddard was shot four times by fellow student Seung-Hui Cho on April 16, 2007, but survived. Thirty-two people were shot to death before the gunman committed suicide as police closed in.

Goddard is now a congressional lobbyist for gun control.

The newspaper says the documentary premiered in New York City in November. A screening also is tentatively planned for The Lyric Theatre in Blacksburg sometime in February.

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