"Tea Party Movie" Gives Comprehensive End-of-Year Review of the Largest Political Movement of 2009

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Recent political tracking polls reveal the nationwide network of tea parties are the political movement of 2009. Now, TEA PARTY: The Documentary Film gives the quintessential look inside the story of how it is all happening. Politicians are speculating that the movement is shaping up to become a critical force in the forthcoming 2010 midterm elections and the TEA PARTY Movie has become a galvanizing force to carry the momentum through the Winter months.

Tea Party:  The Documentary Film

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The principles documented in the Tea Party movie may provide the platform for political success in 2010 - Luke Livingston, Exec. Producer

The tea party movement has taken on new gravity with recent polls revealing its nationwide appeal as a near front runner in a hypothetical race between the major political parties and a fictitious “tea party”. The principles-based movement of fiscal conservatism, Constitutionally limited government and free markets continues to resonate with Mainstream America amid ever increasing Federal budgets, the specter of unpopular government controlled healthcare, recent climate change scandals and a anti-climactic Copenhagen Summit. Senator John Kerry and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee recently admitted the legitimacy of the movement warning of its potential impact in a fundraising letter to activists.

TEA PARTY: The Documentary Film entered the tea party movement as a momentum building force early in November with over 200 grassroots-led screening parties around the country showing a portion of the film and an online sneak peek event held during Thanksgiving featuring FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe, Chairman Dick Armey and RedState.com’s Eric Erickson among others. The film released directly to DVD at the start of the Christmas Season with a premiere night at the Reagan Center in Washington, DC and a second premiere a week later at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.

The grassroots activists featured in the film - Jack, Nate, William, Dave, along with Executive Producer Luke Livingston and Project Writer Joel Aaron - have all begun appearing in television, radio and print interviews including Fox Business with David Asman and the Rachel Maddow Show. Many of the films’ activists are speaking at numerous events, taking part in repeat visits to Washington, DC to further influence the healthcare and climate change debates and organizing events themselves. Matt Perdie, a member of the film’s production team is mid journey on a walk across America to raise awareness about the dangers of out of control government spending while shooting an online episodic series. The TEA PARTY Movie is already being discussed as a feature component for motivating the conservative base at various like-minded events in 2010 and serving as a cinematic example of the winning message for a conservative political change in the midterm elections.

The film and the movement it chronicles are positioning themselves in a trajectory to further inspire the dialogue and the momentum leading into the midterms. If the last 10 months are any indication, the political movement of 2009 is poised as a force to be reckoned with in the coming year.

For interview requests or broadcast permissions related to excerpts from “TEA PARTY: The Documentary Film” in end-of-year packages and for other purposes please call 678-910-3101

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