Friday, June 24, 2011
The Undefeated, the film about Governor Palin's career, is set to debut in Iowa next Tuesday, according to Real Clear Politics and others:
Sarah Palin's nationwide bus tour may be on hiatus, but the former Alaska governor will nonetheless be on display in the nation's first voting state of Iowa on Tuesday.
"The Undefeated," a two-hour pro-Palin documentary produced by conservative filmmaker Steven K. Bannon, is set to premiere in Pella -- about 40 miles southeast of Des Moines.
The film will be shown at the 111-year-old Pella Opera House, an approximately 300-seat venue near the center of the quaint Iowa town, at 5 p.m. Central Time. Palin has been invited to attend the premiere but has not yet indicated whether she will do so.
Bannon had previously indicated that he intended to premiere his film in the other early voting states on the Republican primary schedule, but plans have not yet been released on potential screening dates in New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada.
According to a Victory Film Group and ARC Entertainment press release, "The Undefeated" will continue its national debut in 10 cities during the week of July 15 with additional plans to be determined regarding a more extensive release.
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