They didn't make them much more Texan than Molly Ivins. The inimitable political writer, who died in 2007, is now the subject of a new documentary, and Austin360 has the exclusive debut of the trailer and poster.

Watch the trailer below.

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"Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins" will have a Texas-only theatrical release on Aug. 30 before expanding nationwide through the month of September. There will also be sneak-preview screenings at Alamo Drafthouse locations around the state on Aug. 28; the Austin screenings will be at the theater chain's South Lamar and Lakeline locations. The South Lamar sneak-peek screening will also include a live Q&A with Austin filmmaker Richard Linklater; columnist Jim Hightower; Texas Tribune editor-in-chief Emily Ramshaw; and "Raise Hell" director Janice Engel, which will be live-streamed to all sneak-peek screening locations. Tickets for those screenings go on sale Aug. 8.

See the exclusive poster below.

"Often compared to Mark Twain, Ivins was six feet of Texas trouble who, despite her Houston pedigree, took on Good Old Boy corruption wherever she found it," the documentary's description reads.

The film previously screened at South by Southwest this year. Read our interview with director Janice Engel from March.


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