As you may have heard, Tim gets released from the prison system on April 21st, 2013 — one day before Earth Day. And we think it’s only appropriate to celebrate and welcome him home, with echoes of love resonating all over this land.
On Earth Day, PeaceUp is organizing a screening of Bidder70 in Salt Lake City: the first that Tim will be able to attend since the movie premiered last year! In conjunction with this event, the filmmakers (Beth & George Gage) have partnered with a film distributor, Gathr Films, to organize countrywide simultaneous theatrical screenings.
From the screening in Salt Lake City, we will live-stream out the hour-long post-screening discussion and Q&A with Tim so that everyone, no matter where they are watching, will be able to participate: by watching and/or sending questions via Twitter. It wouldn’t be a true PeaceUp celebration without song, which is why we’ve invited our dear friend Bryan Cahall (whose song Arise you will recognize in the movie) to join us in a jam session as well.
Eager to get involved in making all of this happen? Great!
[frame align=”left”]1. Sign up to host your own local screening of Bidder 70: http://
2. Join PeaceUp in helping Gathr spread the word, by inviting your friends to their Facebook event, sharing it via the Twitter webs and updating your Facebook status:https://www.facebook.com/
3. Contribute to Bidder70’s IndieGoGo Distribution campaign (http://www.indiegogo.com/
4. Come to Salt Lake City. Details about our SLC Screening can be found by clicking HERE. [/frame]
Many of you have been asking us about our CoRR (PeaceUp Communities of Resilient Resistance) model — and we’re really excited to announce that we’ll have a comprehensive and practical framework to share with you on Earth Day as well.
Check out: www.corr.peacefuluprising.
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With song, joy and resolve, always lots of that,