Sunday, September 10, 2006

More 'Press For Truth' Openings Around the Nation

Yesterday afternoon, The Complete 9/11 Timeline author Paul Thompson and '9/11 Press For Truth' director Ray Nowosielski spoke at a showing of the movie at the historic Boardman's Art Theater in Champaign, Illinois, and later at a screening in Peoria, Illinois. Thank you to Dr. Sachi Kuhananthan for making those possible.

Also yesterday, northern Colorado AM radio host Mike McNulty, producer of the Oscar-nominated feature documentary 'Waco: The Rules of Engagement', had 'Press For Truth' executive producer Rory O'Connor on to talk about the movie. Listen to the MP3 of the show.

This afternoon, the Portland, Oregon, opening of 'Press For Truth' at the CineMagic Theater, with lines out the front of the theater, sold out. Around a dozen people were eventually turned away. Thanks to David Morrison for his incredible efforts there.

'Press For Truth' executive producer Kyle F. Hence was a guest today on national Radio America's 'The Todd Feinburg Show'. Feinburg was 'Talkers Magazine's 2004 Top Radio Talk Host.

The just-flown-in Paul Thompson soon joined Hence in Washington, D.C., for the packed 'Press For Truth' opening at Landmark's E Street Cinema in the nation's Capitol. The event was attended by a number of Sept. 11th families and the press. And in New York City, executive producer Rory O'Connor again played master-of-ceremonies for the second public screening at Two Boots Pioneer Theater.

Be sure to tune in to C-SPAN tomorrow, the 5th anniversary of Sept. 11th, for our press conference with a number of 9/11 families. And if you are in Los Angeles, or Austin, TX, come see the filmmakers tomorrow night at our openings in those cities. Also, check the schedule for details on where and when you can come see '9/11 Press For Truth' for special anniversary showings in Washington, D.C., Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, IN, Champaign, IL, Philadelphia, Santa Barbara, CA, Ventura, CA, San Luis Obispo, CA, Culver City, CA, and St. Paul, MN.

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