Screenings for gun documentary require activist support to succeed

Assaulted: Civil Rights Under Fire“If you build it he will come” may have worked in the fantasy “Field of Dreams,” but in real life, getting people to show up to an event requires promotion. Getting them to help in that promotion requires no small amount of repetitive cajoling.

Dead Patriot Films has produced an outstanding documentary, “Assaulted: Civil Rights Under Fire,” a film “that brings audiences to the center of the controversy over the issue that is dividing our nation –gun control.”

Gun Rights Examiner readers have been part of the core support for the documentary since the project was first introduced by producer Kris Koenig on the Kickstarter fundraising website. David Codrea’s column on Gun Rights Examiner has urged support for the project throughout development and production. With the release of the finished film, his column has also been a consistent voice sharing with readers how they can get involved to host screenings of their own.

Using the TUGG website, gun owners can create a theater event to screen the film, to spread the word, to sell tickets, and to even make “five percent of the gate,” with grassroots groups being able to request a higher ticket price to raise funds for their group. If successful, this will further influence theater owners to obtain the film through traditional distribution.

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