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There will be hundreds of nice, animal friendly folks here.  I will 
be there too.  We hope to fill up the 900 seat auditorium.

you must register ahead of time...for student rate

SAN FRANCISCO PREMIERE OF PEACEABLE KINGDOM
HOSTED BY ALICIA SILVERSTONE

"It's like FAHRENHEIT 9/11 meets BABE"

Friday, July 30, 2004, 7:30 pm
Herbst Theatre at the War Memorial Performing Arts Center
401 Van Ness at McAllister

SPECIAL STUDENT TICKETS!

There are a limited number of tickets to this event for high school
and
college students (valid ID required) for only $5. Follow this link to
register for the event at this special rate:

http://tribeofheart.pointinspace.com/tohsurvey/survey.lasso?p=103.0.1

Non-student tickets range from $15 to $75 and can be purchased
at http://www.cityboxoffice.com/ordertickets.asp?p=1358 or (415)
392-4400

Further ticketing details can be found at the end of this email.

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NEW DOCUMENTARY BY AWARD-WINNING FILMMAKERS COMES TO SAN FRANCISCO
FOLLOWING STANDING OVATION PREMIERE AT MANHATTAN'S LINCOLN CENTER

''Peaceable Kingdom is a masterpiece.''
-- Jane Goodall, U.N. Messenger of Peace

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You are invited to come share an unforgettable evening filled with
life-changing stories of courage and personal transformation.

Why would a factory farmer give up his profession to become an animal
advocate?

Why would a young couple devote their lives to rescuing abused farm
animals?

How could a farmer's childhood wounds be healed by the love of a cow?

Tribe of Heart announces the San Francisco premiere of Peaceable
Kingdom,
the second in an anthology of documentaries from award-winning
filmmakers
Jenny Stein and James LaVeck (The Witness). The 70-minute
documentary
will
screen on Friday, July 30th, at 7:30 PM at Herbst Theatre. Actress
Alicia
Silverstone, a San Francisco native, will host the event. After the
screening, there will be a discussion with the filmmakers and many
of
the
subjects of the documentary, including Farm Sanctuary co-founder
Lorri
Bauston, former farmer Harold Brown, author Jim Mason, and educator
Peaches
Gillette. Also attending will be Eddie Lama of 'The Witness'. A
reception
catered by Sparks Restaurant will immediately follow in The Green
Room.

Peaceable Kingdom had its World Premiere at Lincoln Center in
Manhattan
on
February 28th, receiving a standing ovation from a sell out crowd of
1100
that included several U.S. Congressmembers, actress Edie Falco and
musician
Moby, who donated the use his popular song ''Why Does My Heart Feel
So
Bad?'' for the film's dramatic conclusion. Artist Peter Max hosted
the
event
and created a special commemorative poster for the premiere.

''I really felt at the end of that film that I was part of something
very
revolutionary and bigger than me,'' said one audience member. ''It
was
one
of the most moving experiences of my life,'' said another.

''Peaceable Kingdom is striking a chord,'' says Producer James
LaVeck,
''because it is about everyday people reclaiming their dignity and
their
innocence by challenging a blatant injustice. In a world that is
drowning in
cynicism and violence, it speaks to the potential for goodness in
each
of
us.''

For more information, visit the Tribe of Heart web site at
http://www.tribeofheart.org

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SPECIAL STUDENT TICKETS!

There are a limited number of tickets to this event for high school
and
college students (valid ID required) for only $5. Follow this link to
register for the event at this special rate:

http://tribeofheart.pointinspace.com/tohsurvey/survey.lasso?p=103.0.1

Note that student tickets include the screening and post-film
discussion,
but do not include the post screening reception. Tickets that
include
the
reception are $25 and can be purchased from City Box Office (See link
below).

Non-student tickets:

$15/ticket - Film & Discussion only
$25/ticket - Film & Discussion plus Reception (cash bar)
$75/ticket - Premium Seats, Film & Discussion, Reception (2 comp.
drinks)

Group Discount: $10/ticket for groups of 5 or more, Film &
Discussion
only.
Group tickets must be ordered by phone at (415) 392-4400.

City Box Office - call (415) 392-4400 or order online at
http://www.cityboxoffice.com/ordertickets.asp?p=1358

PLEASE NOTE: RECEPTION SPACE IS LIMITED. AT OUR MANHATTAN PREMIERE,
THE
RECEPTION TICKETS SOLD OUT WELL IN ADVANCE, SO PLEASE PURCHASE YOUR
TICKETS
EARLY!


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All proceeds go to Tribe of Heart's Peaceable Kingdom project. Tribe
of Heart is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that produces and
distributes
award-winning documentaries about ordinary people making an
extraordinary
difference for others. Visit http://www.tribeofheart.org/join.htm to
subscribe to our quarterly e-newsletter. Tribe of Heart does not
share or sell its mailing list.
For updates and info, contact scott at planttrees dot org.