Our Local Boy Emile Doucette To Premiere His First Feature Length Film At Kendal Square Cinema April 7th

WORLD PREMIERE SCREENING

Birth of a Party: Booze, Pot, & Tea Party Politics in the Big Easy

April 7th 7:30pm at the Kendall Square Cinema, Cambridge, MA

View The Trailer

www.BIRTHOFAPARTYmovie.com

We are extending a special invitation to you for the World Premiere Screening of the groundbreaking documentary, “Birth of a Party”. Our hope is that the film will entertain, inform, and make you laugh. Following the film there will be a social mixer at Tommy Doyles Pub across the street from the theater.  Then let us know what you think! Good or bad, the possibility of a review / quote regarding the film would be immeasurably helpful. This is an independently produced and financed endeavor and we need grassroots support.

Come support our local community and enjoy a unique film.

Tickets are $10 and will be on sale starting March 29th at www.landmarktheatres.com

Thank you and we hope very much to see you there!

Emile Doucette, Director

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Learn more about the film and it’s director below, or go to www.BIRTHOFAPARTYmovie.com for more info.

The Film:

Due to the rise of the Tea Party Movement in the United States, there has been a resurgence among conservatives to establish a Third Party to compete against Democrats and Republicans.

Birth of a Party is a “fly on the wall” documentary film that offers an inside look at grassroots politics. Jesse, John & Brad are Tea Party activists who attend Conservative Party USA’s three day inaugural convention in New Orleans. Through a haze of drugs and alcohol they present a unique and comedic perspective on how a third Party struggles for relevance in America’s two party system.

The Director:

Birth of a Party is the first full-length feature film of local up-and-coming director, Emile Doucette.

Emile has made a name for himself both domestically and internationally with his award-winning short documentaries and music videos.

Take a look at “Homemade Parade” or “The Greasy Pole” to see what all the buzz is about.

Emile Doucette – director – shooter – editor

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