Have you ever had a photograph that just stuck with you? An image you saw with your eyes and then kept seeing in your mind? A haunt, so to speak. Former senior editor and columnist of D Magazine, Jeff Bowden, had such an experience. While in Dubrovnik, Croatia, in 2007, Bowden visited War Photo Limited, a gallery, and saw a photo of a young boy that literally changed his life. His reaction to it was physical. He never stopped thinking of the dramatically mature young boy, and after being gifted the photograph years later, Bowden decided to go on a mission to find out what had happened to the boy. The 2015 documentary A Single Frame is the story of Bowden’s journey to find the boy, as well as that of photojournalist Alexandra Boulat. Movie Nights at DCP (with co-sponsor Texas Photographic Society) presents the Dallas premiere at the Dallas Center for Photography (4756 Algiers St.) at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 22, with Bowden on hand for a Q&A following the screening. Admission is $8. Call 214-630-4909 or visit dallascenterforphotography.com.