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The Corporation Screens At Classic Pictures

The Corporation

Rated M Low Level Offensive Language

Media Screening

Monday October 4, 2004, 8:00pm


RSVP by Thursday September 30

Classic Pictures Corporation is proud to distribute the New Zealand release of THE CORPORATION – a film by Mark Achbar, Jennifer Abbott & Joel Bakan.

This much awaited multi-award winning hit documentary from the recent New Zealand International Film Festival, will open at 14 cinema locations around New Zealand on Thursday, October 14, 2004, (please refer To Page 2 for the exact cinema locations).

THE CORPORATION is the winner of 6 Audience choice awards including the Sundance Festival.

THE CORPORATION has been waking up and turning on audiences all over the world. Many people leave the theatre inspired and looking for a way to create change.

Based on Joel Balkan’s book THE CORPORATION: THE PATHOLOGICAL PURSUIT OF PROFIT AND POWER, the film is a timely critical inquiry that invites CEO’s, whistle blowers, brokers, gurus, spies, players, pawns and pundits on a graphic and engaging quest to reveal the corporations inner workings, curious history, controversial impacts and possible futures.

THE CORPORATION features illuminating interviews with Noam Chomsky, Michael Moore, Naomi Klein, Howard Zinn and many others.

WWW.THECORPORATION.COM contains further information, publicity stills and production notes.


For even further information please contact.

Media Contact

Diana Goulding

09 480 4858

021 33 11 03


In New Zealand Cinemas October 14, 2004

AUCKLAND Sky City Village Hoyts, Queen Street

WELLINGTON The Penthouse Cinema, Brooklyn,

DUNEDIN The Academy


WHANGAREI Cinema City 5


HAMILTON Victoria Cinema

NAPIER Century Cinema

NELSON State Cinema

TAUPO Starlight Cinema Centre


ARROWTOWN Dorothy Browns Cinema

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