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Deda BS: Can't wait for Fahrenheit 9/11 (39) RE: BS: Can't wait for Fahrenheit 9/11 22 Jun 04

If you're in the Denver area and can spend some extra bucks, you can see it a day early:

This Colorado premiere screening will be
Thursday, June 24th  7pm
at the Landmark Esquire Theatre, 590 Downing Street in Denver. 
Proceeds will support the important work of Free Speech TV and Deep Dish TV.  

Ticket donations for this exclusive showing are $40.

Tickets can be reserved by credit card at
Tickets also available at
the Boulder Bookstore 303-447-2074,
the Esquire Theater before the show (if not sold out in advance)
by phone Present Tense Phone line 303-938-1132
                Julie Crosby, Free Speech TV, 303-542-4803
                Brendan Schwartz, Deep Dish TV, 303-589-7016
Urban Hamid, a CU-educated Iraqi-Swedish journalist and videographer, will introduce the film. Hamid was embedded with American troops during the invasion and on subsequent tours in December and January. His shocking footage of American
treatment of Iraqi civilian detainees is featured in Farhenheit 911.
The footage was originally obtained by Deep Dish TV from Hamid and was provided to Moore for his film. Deep Dish has just completed a series of 11 half hour programs entitled Shocking and Awful - A Grassroots Response to War and Occupation that will air on Free Speech TV this summer. The series contains more of Hamid's reports.

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