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Scoop’s Fahrenheit 9/11 Screening - Last Chance!!!

To Come To The Fahrenheit 9/11 Screening

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

We have very nearly sold out this Friday’s special preview screening of Fahrenheit 9/11 preceded by Guerrilla News Network’s Aftermath.

You may recall that the screening is a fundraiser for Aotearoa Indymedia and UnansweredQuestions.Org.

Already we have raised a few hundred dollars for each organisation. But now we would like to pack the cinema to its gills and raise as much as possible for these worthy causes.

The starting time for the political movie event of the year is 5.45pm Friday 23rd July and the venue is Wellington’s sumptuously appointed cinema multiplex, Reading Cinemas in Courtenay Place. If you come you will not only get to see the NZ cinematic premiere of Aftermath, but we have a couple of other surprises planned to make the night as memorable as possible.

So if you haven’t already purchased a ticket here is how you can still do so….


OPTION ONE: Purchase Your Tickets From The Scoop Editors

At the time of posting this we have 9 unsold tickets to be allocated by the Scoop Editors on a first email to arrive first opportunity to buy basis. Send your request for tickets to

The price for these remaining tickets is waged $17, unwaged $11.


OPTION TWO: Purchase Your Tickets By Auction At Trademe

We have also placed 10 tickets in five online auctions at Trademe. Till Thursday night you can bid and potentially get your tickets at a discount (or premium) depending on demand. The auctions close on Thursday evening and the winning bidders will be able to pay for and pick up their tickets at the cinema on Friday evening.

Remember the money is going to a good cause, and with all costs now covered every cent you pay will go towards helping independent media.

Links to the auctions follow each of which is for 2 tickets.

Auction 1 - Closes Wednesday 1pm

Auction 2 - Closes Thursday 6.27pm

Auction 3 - Closes Thursday 6.29pm

Auction 4 - Closes Thursday 6.31pm

Auction 5 - Closes Thursday 6.33pm


And remember… all successful purchasers will receive a deception dollar with their tickets.
Click for big image version

For more details on the plans for the screening and information on GNN’s Aftermath see our earlier sales notice:

Scoop 911 Preview Gets Better + AFTERMATH + Cash!


finally Aucklanders you don't need to miss out!!!


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.

As of yesterday they still had 100 tickets to sell.



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