The Red Pill - Wellington Screening
- $1,283.00 pledged
- $1,252.00 target
- 33 generous backers
Director Cassie Jaye's documentary film The Red Pill isn't being screened in NZ. This campaign is to fund a Wellington screening!
Thank You Everyone for making this happen!
Currently booked for Thursday 8th of December 6:30pm at Monterey Cinema in Upper Hutt. Come along! Via this givealittle project the film is now funded so simply join the below facebook event and turn up from 6pm for a great evening of discussion and viewing! https://www.facebook.com/events/323988437987195/
In order to screen The Red Pill, we need to raise a minimum of $1,252 NZ. $600 for the hire and licensing of the screener from Tugg ($350 + $82 international shipping USD), and $652 (approx) for hiring a 50 seat theater in the Hutt Valley.
Any funds over and above the screener and theater hire costs will be used to purchase DVDs - when released - of The Red Pill to be distributed among educational and community organisations in New Zealand.
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People in the Wellington Region who wish to view this important Human Rights documentary
Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Warren Preiss on behalf of People in the Wellington Region who wish to view this important Human Rights documentary.
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