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|SF Premiere of new film on FBI's Top Domestic Terrorist Threat: A.L.F.|
|Date||Thursday November 18|
|Time||7:00 PM - 7:00 PM|
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Red Vic Movie House
1727 Haight Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
|Organizer/Author||Open Road Films|
S.F. Premiere of underground hit BOLD NATIVE, the first fiction film on FBI's #1 Domestic Terrorist Threat: the Animal Liberation Front.
Please join us FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY - THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18 when John Robbins, best-selling author, activist and former heir to the Baskin-Robbins ice cream empire, will host the San Francisco premiere of the independent feature ﬁlm Bold Native, the ﬁrst ﬁction ﬁlm about the Animal Liberation Front (ALF), a non-centralized group of animal liberators and economic saboteurs that the FBI calls their top domestic terrorist priority. The San Francisco screening concludes an independently booked summer tour by Bold Native which brought the film to capacity audiences in Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, Washington DC, Des Moines, and New York City. The film will screen for one night only this Thursday, November 18th at 7:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. at the Red Vic Movie House, 1727 Haight Street, San Francisco.
Following each screening, animal liberation activist Jake Conroy, a SHAC7 co-defendent who served three years for nonviolent activism that targeted an animal research lab, will say a few words followed by a Q&A with filmmakers and cast. Advance tickets - available at http://www.redvicmoviehouse.com/show.php?pageid=1015 - are highly encouraged.
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: