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Big Media, Big Lie, Champion 9-11 Truth!!!!
Date Friday April 28
Time 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location Details
AMC Theaters
1000 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco
Event Type Protest
Organizer/AuthorCarol Brouillet
Activist Opportunity!
Friday, April 27, 2006
Public Premiere of United 93
AMC Van Ness 14
1000 Van Ness Avenue, SF

We know that the government/media version of 9-11 is filled with grave omissions, distortions, lies and has been used to sell wars, the construction of the police state, global domination by the neo-cons.

At the Northern California 9-11 Truth Alliance meetings, we agreed that it would be good to target at least one showing of United 93 when it premieres in San Francisco. I checked out this theater and we can pass out flyers and literature in the parking garage and outside the main entrance on Van Ness Ave. We could carry signs, wear T shirts, bring flyers -"! 1. 6-Panel pdf 'Flight 93' Flyer from 911Research
Folding flyer that highlights some of the omissions and contradictions in the official story of the crash of Flight 93. An HTML version of the flyer has hyperlinks to all the supporting references. Suitable for printing on both sides of an 8-1/2 X 11 sheet. Color or b/w.
2. 1-Page 'Flight 93' Fact Sheet from Digital Style Designs
Single page high resolution pdf with the clear and simple facts for a quick education on the street in b/w.
We also have plenty of signs- Neo-Con Jobs- Iraq, 9-11, if anyone wants to hold a sign. The press is likely to come and interview people before or after they see the film, if I think we have enough people joining us, I can also send out a press release or phone tv stations, and we might get on the evening news. (But since we are doing this at the last moment- I'm hesitant to send out a press release, in case there are just a few of us. I'd like to be there, personally from 4pm onwards, maybe even catch the 1:30 matinee. Please call me if you can come.) Carol 650-857-0927

We will specifically target the 7:30 pm showing, but will try to have a presence at the other showings as well.

Theater #(415) 922-4AMC Showtimes....1:30pm, 4:30pm, 7:30pm, 10:25pm.

There is also an excellent film premiering the same night by our GNN friends which includes 9-11- American Blackout at 9:00 pm at the Kabuki Theater...featuring our Congressional Champion Cynthia McKinney.

San Francisco Premiere of Guerrilla News Network's new film- American Blackout"
April 27th: 9:00 pm – Kabuki Theater
(also showing May 1st: 4:15 pm, Kabuki Theater)
1881 Post Street

"PARK CITY "American Blackout," an engrossing, low-budget documentary, is a powerful examination of voting rights in America. The filmmakers intend to use the film as a political tool to galvanize voters. Director Ian Inaba, who is part of Guerrilla News Network, an organization that covers stories the mainstream media overlooks, focuses on the disturbing incidents of voter disenfranchisement among African-Americans, who traditionally vote democratic. "The jumping off point is the 2000 presidential election results in Florida, where many blacks were turned away at the polls. Given the saturation coverage of that election and the fight over the Florida vote count, making this material compelling once again would appear to an impossible feat but Inaba does it." ( from a review by Greg Palast)

Also included in the film is Cynthia McKinney's vocalized challenge to the official 9-11 story and her questioning of Donald Rumsfeld about the military exercises that were being conducted on 9-11. Well worth seeing. Winner of a Sundance Special Jury Award, and the "Greg Gund Memorial Standing Up Award," the award honors those films focused on making ours a better world, at the Chicago Int'l Film Festival.

GNN is continuing to show the film to people all over the country, building a powerful network of activists, politicians, celebrities, foundations, unions and organizations in support of their American Blackout Election Outreach Campaign: To reclaim our elections and end voter disenfranchisement in ‘06.

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