A documentary film chronicling the rise of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) will play exclusively at AMC Theatres in Dallas, Atlanta, and a host of other cities in the South and Midwest beginning in July.
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Cinedigm Digital Cinema Corporation announced Friday that the Stephen Bannon film The Undefeated, about Palin’s rise in Alaska politics, will roll out at select theaters on July 15. The film makes no attempt at objectivity, featuring Palin supporters and conservative political commentators and bloggers like Tammy Bruce and Andrew Breitbart.
The film is expected to premiere later this month in Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina, before the national rollout in Atlanta, Dallas, Denver, Oklahoma City, Phoenix, Houston, Kansas City, and Indianapolis.
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“After screening The Undefeated, we took the unusual step of immediately exploring an expedited theatrical release," said Trevor Drinkwater, CEO of ARC Entertainment, the company handling distribution of the film.
Palin supporters who don't live in the cities where the film is airing still have an opportunity to watch the documentary. Cinedigm is offering the public the chance to vote for future screening locations.