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Archive for September 1st, 2011

Controversial Documentary on Sarah Palin “THE UNDEFEATED” Released On Demand this Weekend

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on September 1, 2011

Press release from Victory Film Group detailing today’s release of “The Undefeated” via pay-per-view.

Governor Palin to address Labor Day Weekend Tea Party Rallies in Iowa and New Hampshire. The Film is Now Accessible to Approximately 75 Million Homes Through Major Cable and Satellite Companies.

Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) September 01, 2011

ARC Entertainment, the distributor of “The Undefeated,” and Victory Film Group, producers of the film about Gov. Sarah Palin’s rise from obscurity to national prominence, jointly announced that beginning today September 1st, the film is available to 75 million homes via Video on Demand and Pay-Per-View access through national and regional cable and satellite operators.

Taking on the political establishment, The Undefeated chronicles Governor Sarah Palin’s rise from obscurity to become one of America’s new generation of leaders. See for yourself the real story of the woman who is always in the spotlight, but whose story is largely unknown.

This On Demand release coincides with the announced Tea Party rallies in Iowa and New Hampshire over Labor Day weekend.

ARC Entertainment content can be seen on most major cable and satellite companies such as DIRECTV, DISH Network, Comcast, COX, Charter, and Time Warner Cable.

Trevor Drinkwater, CEO of ARC Entertainment, said, “Since the film opened in select markets across the country on July 15th we have been inundated with requests from people wanting the film to be made available in their market. After methodically analyzing the most effective ways to bring this galvanizing film to the widest audience as soon as possible we have determined that Video-on-Demand, Pay-Per-View and DVD sales will be the best modalities by which to deliver this film as widely and as quickly as possible. We have created partnerships with national cable, satellite, and mass retailers to achieve our distribution goals.”  MORE

Cross-posted from Team Sarah and Sarah Palin Blog

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Scott Conroy: Palin Backers Use Film to Spread Message Ahead of Iowa Speech

Posted by joshpainter on September 1, 2011

– by Josh Painter
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O4P volunteers are Sarah Palin’s most powerful asset in Iowa, and the documentary “The Undefeated” may be their most effective organizing tool asset as they prepare for her Saturday speech in Indianola. RealClearPolitics’ Scott Conroy reports that the group has been screening the film for small audiences in churches, libraries and private homes across Iowa all summer long:

Ladd Ventling, who serves as a county coordinator for the Iowa branch of Organize4Palin, told RCP that he spoke privately with Todd Palin for over 20 minutes about the volunteer group’s efforts during the visit by Alaska’s former First Couple to the Iowa State Fair earlier this month.

Ventling said that while Todd Palin did not say his wife planned to announce her candidacy, the Webster City, Iowa, native came away from the conversation convinced that she does indeed intend to get in.

“If they weren’t going to run, he would’ve said, ‘Thank you very much for what you’re doing, but you don’t have to do that,’ ” Ventling told RCP.

Polly Doolittle, also of Webster City, is another Organize4Palin volunteer who is working in conjunction with Tea Party of America in advance of Saturday’s rally in Indianola.

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“We did a bigger showing in Emmetsburg last Saturday in a theater there,” Ventling said. “Everyone applauded when it was over. And people always want to stay around and chat and give us their opinion about what the movie did for them.”

Steven K. Bannon, the filmmaker behind “The Undefeated,” agreed with several of Palin’s Iowa volunteers who suggested that her successful 2006 gubernatorial run against incumbent Frank Murkowski, which the film recounts in detail, might serve as a prototype for a 2012 presidential bid.

“Alaska in mid-decade was like America today,” Bannon said. “You had a corrupt political class in cahoots with big oil. The central issue now is crony capitalism with this collusion of big business, big government, and big finance taking care of themselves to the detriment of the middle class.”

That last statement should serve as food for thought to those who have fancied that Gov. Palin would endorse Texas Governor Rick Perry rather than jump into the presidential race herself. Crony capitalism is one of the major issues TEA Party conservatives have with Gov. Perry. In sharp contrast, Sarah Palin’s record is that of a reformer who fought such corruption both as an oil & gas commissioner and a governor.

Peter Singleton, O4P’s Iowa state coordinator, says the organization has “done dozens and dozens of screenings,” and plans to do many more, mostly to small audiences of 6 to 20 people. the group’s plan to increase the frequency of the showings in the first-in-the nation caucus state Iowa during the weeks after Gov. Palin’s keynote address Saturday.

Cross-posted from Texans for Sarah Palin

– JP

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