3 More Days of Free Tickets to See:
Who Bombed Judi Bari? - www.whobombedjudibari.com
At Noho 7 Laemmle Theatre - 5240 Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood 91601
Tuesday, December 11th - Wednesday, December 12th - Thursday, December 13th
ShowTimes are 1:30, 4:00, 7:20 & 10:00 PM Daily
Free Tickets For All Shows, Except 7:20 PM - At Oscar Qualifying Benefit
The producers of WHO BOMBED JUDI BARI, the award-winning enviro feature
documentary: are offering free tickets for members of environmental & social
justice organizations at all show times, except for the 7:20 PM screenings.
Director Mary Liz Thomson and Producer Darryl Cherney for Q & A after every
7:20 pm show and Executive Producers Sheila Laffey & Elyse Katz at some
screenings as well. Ed Begley, Jr. will introduce show on Thursday, Dec. 13
at 7:20 pm. There will be surprise guests at other screenings, including
Please RSVP for Free Tickets (to Matinee & 10:00 PM shows only)
if you are with enviro or social justice group to: hokeypokey@...
Advance sales available at: http://whobombedjudibari.com
Otherwise tickets are $11 evening, $8 (matinees & seniors)
100% of the net proceeds from daily screenings benefit KPFK 90.7 FM.
The movie is narrated by Judi Bari as she told her life story through her
deathbed testimony. As she weaves her tale under oath, the movie flashes
and forth to footage of the daring, action-packed, yet often humorous and
musical scenes she depicts. Much of the story focuses
on the successful Earth First campaign of Redwood Summer led by Judi and
Darryl Cherney (film's producer).
For trailer, reviews, articles story, photos at Skywalker Sound, etc.
* Winner 2012
* CINE Golden Eagle Award
* Best Documentary, Santa Cruz Film Festival
* Best Documentary, Malibu Film Festival
* Best Documentary, Desert Rocks Film Festival
* Best Feature, Davis Film Festival
"A heartfelt tribute. witty songs . docu examines extensively reported
events surrounding the 1990 car bombing that injured
environmental activists Judi Bari and Darryl Cherney, an act for which the
two victims themselves were charged but never tried. The film, produced by
Cherney, makes a clear and cogent case (later upheld by a court verdict)
police and FBI falsified evidence in order to discredit Bari's cause."
"Tough and intriguingly well-told" --Village Voice
"An engrossing account. effectively moving"- Hollywood Reporter
"It does make you wonder what really happened on May 24, 1990" -NY Times
"I'm very proud to be included as is my family. What a beautiful, fitting
tribute to one of our great heroines. --Bonnie Raitt, Recording Artist
"It got me angry, it made me sad, but above all it made me laugh like hell.
Don't miss it!" --Peter Coyote, Actor/Writer
"A powerful tribute to Judi Bari and will lead the American public to
recognize her as an iconic American environmental hero." --Ed Asner, Actor
"I'm a big supporter and happy to speak anywhere that the film is shown."
--Tom Hayden, Legendary Political Activist
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