CRAWFORD, Texas (AP) — Hundreds of people turned out at dusk Sunday for the local premiere of a documentary film about how a tiny town was turned upside down by a new neighbor: the president.

"Crawford" played on a 50-foot outdoor screen at the football field because the one-stoplight town has no movie theater. About 300 people sat on blankets and lawn chairs on the warm, windy night and munched on $2 bags of popcorn sold at the entrance.

David Modigliani's documentary tells how many of the 700 residents' lives changed after George W. Bush, while governor, bought a 1,600-acre ranch in 1999 in the early days of his presidential campaign.