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John Robbins Hosts Film Bold Native on the "Nation's #1 Domestic Terrorist Threat."
Casey Suchan
Revolutionary cinema is reborn with underground hit Bold Native, a daring piece of guerilla filmmaking that follows animal liberator and wanted domestic “terrorist” Charlie Cranehill as he attempts to put together a nationwide action. Bringing their critically-acclaimed documentary style to a fiction narrative, Open Road Films weaves a timely story about those who risk their freedom for the lives of others. Filmmakers and special guests author John Robbins (Food Revolution) and activist Jake Conroy (SHAC7) in attendance for both screenings. See the trailer at

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