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Heads Up: Bold Native Screening This Monday, July 26th in NYC


New York City’s Anthology Film Archives will play host to both press event and open screening for the new animal-rights-themed film Bold Native. It’s a full-length fiction feature that “takes on the issue of modern animal use and exploitation from several angles within the context of a road movie adventure story.”

The screenings will take place on Monday, July 26, 2010 at 7 and 9:15pm at Anthology Film Archives, which is located at 32 Second Avenue in Manhattan. The screenings will be hosted by Russell Simmons.

More details here.

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  1. Comment by

    Denis

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    The 7pm show is sold out. But there’s still tickets available for the 915pm show. The filmmakers will be there, along with special guests!

  2. Comment by

    NotBuyingIt!

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    Thank you for posting this. I went to see the show at 9:15. It was a very good move making this film. Though, it was not my cup of tea-I’d hoped that it was a documentary. But, I understood that this sort of thing may appeal more to the teens and twenty-somethings. Most regrettable is the fact that this would never get box office play, because there would be riots all across the country by right-winged, meat gorging extremists (in other words: a great deal of our society). Nonetheless, a very BOLD attempt! Thanks for the film and keep them coming!!!!!!!!!!!

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