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You Don’t Know Nicotine – WORLD PREMIER SCREENING!
Saturday, September 26, 2020
Italian Community Center South Parking Lot
Amidst radical changes in nicotine use globally, one filmmaker’s journey through the confusion & fear leads to a startling discovery about Earth’s most-hated stimulant.
Milwaukee filmmaker Aaron Biebert (director of award-winning documentary A Billion Lives) premieres the highly-anticipated new film You Don’t Know Nicotine at a special drive-in experience.
5:00pm – Parking opens for preferred area ticketholders
5:30pm – Parking opens for general area ticketholders
6:00pm – Live music & other program events begin
6:30pm – Gates close to ticketholders
6:41pm – Sunset
9:00pm – Event ends (approximate)
The movie begins once it’s dark enough, with a Q&A to follow with the director and/or other members of the crew/cast. Questions will be taken via text during the movie.
If you can’t attend, but would like to support the launch of our movie, please donate to our tax-deductible campaign at The Film Collaborative.