Booksellers Invited to Host Screenings of New Documentary “Suppressed: The Fight to Vote”

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Brave New Films and Robert Greenwald (director of Outfoxed and Walmart: The High Cost of Low Price) is welcoming independent booksellers across the country to reach out about hosting a screening of the organization’s new documentary, Suppressed: The Fight to Vote, which weaves together personal stories from voters across the state of Georgia to paint a picture of voter suppression in America.

The 35-minute film will premiere in Atlanta on September 24 and will release on September 25. A trailer is available on the Brave New Films website.

Booksellers can fill out a form on the organization’s website to coordinate a screening. Brave New Films will provide a free copy of the film as well as a discussion and action guide to help booksellers structure the screening.

Brave New Films will also help booksellers with their screening by connecting them with voter rights and voter suppression organizations that may know of available moderators and speakers, draft book lists to go along with the screening, and share details about screenings on social media and via e-mail.

Brave New Films is a nonprofit 501(c)3 that produces documentaries on social justice issues. Booksellers with questions are invited to e-mail Jill Ettinger at