A local chain is adding to the collection of country-themed film locations.

The country club cinema chain, which operates in the California city of Williston, has announced it will be offering a limited-edition screening of the upcoming documentary “A Wrinkle in Time.”

The movie will be screened at its theater during the next five years.

The film will be followed by a live concert.

The film will examine the history of the country club and the rise of the modern-day country-club scene in the 1940s.

The new location in Williston will be located on the ground floor of a warehouse building in a former hotel and is slated to open in 2019.

A Wrinkle-in-Time is based on the life of country music star Billy Joel.

It is produced by director Michael H. Weber and features music by Joel, Robert Johnson, John Prine, and D.L. Hughley.

The Williston location will be the first country club in California to be a permanent film location, according to Williston Mayor Jim DeGraffenreid.

“I’m excited to have a theater that offers a wide selection of the best in the cinema in Willington,” DeGraffnreid said.

“This film will bring the great art of filmmaking to the world.”

A Wrinkles in Time will be released on March 2.

The movie is based off of the book by James Gunn, who also wrote the script.

A new trailer was released on Tuesday that shows some of the film’s characters, including the owner of the Williston Country Club, Billy Joel and the film-star-turned-star.