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Scoop 911 Preview Gets Better + AFTERMATH + Cash!

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Scoop 911 Preview Gets MULCHO Better: See AFTERMATH & Get Deception Cash
NOTE NEW START TIME... 5.45pm Friday, July 23rd, Reading Cinemas

Tickets are selling like hotcakes to the Scoop.co.nz hosted fundraising screening of Fahrenreit 911 for UnansweredQuestions.Org / AIM - Indymedia Aotearoa next Friday.

Now to give the event that extra element of Phizzzazzzz we are adding some sweeteners to the pot.

+ Cash!!!

Firstly every ticket purchaser (including all those who have already purchased) will receives one "Deception Dollar" (see below) with your tickets. (note one deception per purchase - not one per ticket.)


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ONE DECEPTION
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+ AFTERMATH

Secondly the Scoop Fahrenheit 9/11 Preview has received permission from the distributors to screen extra content - Namely the NZ cinematic premiere of Guerilla News Network's stunning doco "Aftermath - Unanswered Questions From 911". This documentary was produced in association with fundraising beneficiary & Scoop content partner UnansweredQuestions.Org.....


http://www.guerrillanews.com/after_math/

NOTE:

AFTERMATH is 35 minutes long (Fahrenheit is 116 mins), and attendence of this part is strictly optional. We will screen it before the main event of the evening and attendees are welcome to turn up only for the main event at 6.30pm.

Therefore the new start time - for dedicated news Guerillas - is now 5.45pm on Friday 23rd.

& Finally ... direct from New York a genuine NY Fahrenheit 911 welcome (you'll find out if you book and attend the Scoop preview of the most eagerly awaited political movie of the 21st century - With MULCHO extras...).

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WHAT: Aftermath - Unanswered Questions From 911
Followed by
Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11

WHEN: Friday, 23rd July 5.45pm
(NOTE EARLIER TIME... note... attenees can skip aftermath and come at 6.30pm too...)

WHERE: Reading Cinemas, Courtenay Place, Wellington

HOW MUCH: $17 Waged $11 Unwaged

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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

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& Aucklanders you don't need to missout!!!

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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