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SCOOP FAHRENHEIT 911 PREVIEW SCREENING 23rd JULY

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SCOOP FAHRENHEIT 911 PREVIEW SCREENING 23rd JULY

  • Do you want to see Michael Moore's Cannes Palm D'Or Fahrenheit 911 a week before it opens?

  • Did you miss out on the booked out Film Festival screenings?

  • Do you support the work of Independent Media?

  • Do you have any Unanswered Questions about what happened on September 11th 2001?
  • Then we have a deal for you….

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    Scoop, in association with UnansweredQuestions.Org and AIM - Indymedia Aotearoa is holding a fundraising preview screening of Fahrenreit 911 nearly a week before the official launch of the Movie in New Zealand on July 29th.

    WHEN: Friday, 23rd July 6.30pm
    (and Possibly 8.30pm - depending on demand)
    WHERE: Reading Cinemas, Courtney Place, Wellington
    HOW MUCH: $17 waged $11 unwaged

    (See below for details of an Auckland fundraising screening organised by Global Peace And Justice Auckland.)

    After the screening we will be encouraging folk to meet for a drink at one of Wellington's many establishments to discuss and imbibe. The venue will be announced on the night.

    Any surplus from the screening will be split 50% / 50% between Aotearoa Indymedia (http://aotearoa.indymedia.org/ ) and http://UnansweredQuestions.Org, a lobby group seeking truth about the events of September 11th 2001, and formed in 2002 with Scoop's assistance and involvement.

    Any loss will be born by Scoop.co.nz… so do book tickets!!!!

    We have 195 tickets available for the 6.30pm screening and tickets will be booked on a first come first served basis via email.

    We will advise by return email the available payment methods.

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    HOW TO BOOK

    Please email bookings for tickets to:

    editor@scoop.co.nz or use the Scoop Feedback Form

    - with the quantity of tickets (waged and unwaged) wanted to the 6.30pm screening

    &

    - whether you would prefer to go to an 8.30 screening, and if so the number of tickets you would wish to purchase if we do decide to hold a second screening.

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    GPJA SPECIAL - AUCKLAND SCREENING - JULY 24th

    GPJA have booked the Rialto (250 seat theatre) for Saturday July 24 at 4.20pm for a special screening of Fahrenheit 9/11. It opens on Friday 23 for the Preview weekend so this will be one of the first chances for people to see the movie.

    EMAIL MIKET@PL.NET WITH YOUR TICKET ORDER

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