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Iranium Screenings:

  • 2.5 – Orlando, FL – Roth Jewish Community Center – 2:00 PM
    • Click HERE for more information
  • 1.24 – New York, NY – JCC Manhattan (76th & Amsterdam) – 7:30 PM
    • Click HERE for more information
  • 1.19.12 – Maitland, FL – Cong. Ohev Shalom – 7:00 PM
    • Click HERE for more information
  • 12.6 – Minnetonka, Minnesota – Bet Shalom Congregation – 7:00 PM
    • FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
    • Sponsored by: Bet Shalom Congregation & Minnesotans Against Terrorism
    • Featured Speakers: Ms. Nazie Eftekhari, Director – Iran Democratic Union; Ilan Sharon, Executive Director – M.A.T.; Rabbi Norman Cohen, Bet Shalom Congregation
    • For more information and to view a printable flyer click HERE
  • 11.7 – 92nd Street Y – New York, NY – 7:30 PM
    • A panel discussion about the threat of a nuclear Iran interspersed with clips from Iranium
    • The panel will be simultaneously broadcasted in over 20 communities throughout the U.S. following screenings of Iranium
    • CLICK HERE for details
  • 10.16 – White Oaks Mall – Springfield, IL - 2:00 PM
  • 10.05 – University of Wisconsin – Whitewater – Whitewater, WI
  • 9.30 – Jewish Federation – Peoria, IL
  • 9.27 – RJC Knoxville Chapter – Knoxville, TN
  • 9.19 – Studio Movie Grill – Plano, TX – 6:00 PM
  • 9.16 – Calvary Chapel – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
  • 8.23 – Aish Chile – Santiago, Chile
    • Sponsored by: CREJ – Jewish Community Council
  • 8.17 – St. Paul, Minnesota  – Mount Zion Temple – 7:00 PM
    • Sponsored by: Mount Zion Temple & Minnesotans Against Terrorism
    • Featured Speakers: Ms. Nazie Eftekhari, Director – Iran Democratic Union; Ilan Sharon, Executive Director – M.A.T.; Rabbi Adam Stock Spilker, Mount Zion Temple
  • 8.9 – Young Israel of Oak Park – Oak Park, MI
  • 8.9 – Bnai Jacob Shaarei Zion Congregation – Baltimore, MD
  • 8.4 – Congregation Ner Tamid – Henderson, NV
  • 7.19 – Chicago Townhall Meeting – Chicago, IL
    • 6:30 PM (film to begin at 7:30 PM) – Admission – $5 (plus $4 suggested donation)
    • Lincoln Restaurant – Get directions here
    • RSVP: rich.johns@iglide.net or call 312.420.3115
  • 7.13 – NESSAH Persian Synagogue – Beverly Hills, CA
    • Featured Speaker: Clare Lopez
  • 7.12 – East Bay International Jewish Film Festival – Oakland, CA – 7:30 PM
  • 7.11 – National Security Briefing & Buffet Dinner – Hodel’s Country Dining - ACT! for America Bakersfield – 6:00 – 9:00 PM
    • $25 – RSVP: ActBakersfield@gmail.com / 661-301-2396
    • Featured Speakers: Tom Trento (The United West) & Clare Lopez
  • 7.11 – Redlands Townhall Patriots - Security Group – Redlands, CA
  • 7.9 – New Hope Church – Corona, CA
    • Featured Speaker: Clare Lopez
  • 7.9 – Beverly Hills, CA
    • Featured Speaker: Clare Lopez
  • 6.22 – Angelika Film Center & CafĂ© – Dallas, TX – 6:30 PM
    • Sponsored by: World Affairs Council
    • Featured Speaker: Reza Kahlili
  • 6.22 – Aish Costa Rica – San Jose, Costa Rica
  • 6.15 – Aish Toronto – Toronto, Ontario
  • 6.12 – Chino, CA – 6:00 PM
    • Featured Speaker: Pastor Jack Hibbs
  • 6.2 – Northwestern University – Evanston, IL
  • 6.2 – Winnipeg, Canada
    • Sponsored by: Canadian Magen David Adom, Campus Conservatives, B’nai Brith Canada
    • Featured Speakers: Iranian-born Daniel Ashrafi; Human Rights lawyer David Matas; & Iranian-born local Liberal politician Allan Wise
  • 5.23 – Dallas, TX – Studio Movie Grill
    • Sponsored by: Amnesty International, Dallas Tea Party, & Iranian-American sponsors
    • Featured Speaker: Amir Fakhravar
  • 5.9 – Fairfield, CT – Fairfield Community Theater – 7:30 PM
    • Tickets on sale for $10
  • 5.5 – Stamford, CT – UJF of Greater Stamford
  • 4.28 – Northbrook, IL – AMC Northbrook Court - 7:00 PM
    • Featured Speakers: Rep. Robert Dold (R-IL, 10th district), Amir Fakhravar & Saghar Erica Kasraie (Confederation of Iranian Students)
    • General Admissions – $15 - Click here
    • Students – $5Click here
  • 4.27 – Brooklyn Park, MN – Living Word Christian Center & Minnesotans Against Terrorism735 attendees.
    • Featured Speaker: Ilan Sharon
  • 4.24 – Beverly Hills, CA – Beverly Hilton Hotel - 2:00 – 5:00 PM
    • Sponsored by: Stand With Us & CAMERA
    • Featured Speaker: Mayor Jimmy Delshad
    • $10.
  • 4.20 – Ridgway, CO – Ridgway Christian Center
  • 4.16 – Pinellas Park, FL – Mid-East Intelligence Briefing Room
    • Sponsored by: Pinellas Patriots & Florida Security Council
    • Featured Speakers: John Loftus & Dr. Rich Swier
    • Click here to register FREE
  • 4.12 – St. Peter, Minnesota – Jesus Assembly of God
    • Featured Speaker: Ilan Sharon
  • 4.3 – Davis, CA – Varsity Theater12:00 noon
    • Sponsored by PJME & Stand With Us
    • Tickets for sale at the theater – $10
  • 4.2 – Davis, CA - Varsity Theater12:00 noon
    • Sponsored by PJME & Stand With Us
    • Tickets for sale at the theater – $10
  • 3.30 – Boynton Beach, FL – Valencia Isle Hadassah
  • 3.29 – Sioux Falls, SD – Mary’s Project outreach Program
    • Featured Speakers: Frank Gaffney and Tom Trento
  • 3.28 – Davis, CA – Varsity Theater8:30 PM
    • Sponsored by PJME & Stand With Us
    • Tickets for sale at the theater – $10
  • 3.28 – Atlanta, GA – Republican Jewish Coalition (Atlanta)
    • Featured Speaker: Gustavo Coronel
  • 3. 20 - Albuquerque, NM – ZOA New Mexico
  • 3.18-19 – South Hampton, UK – ICEJ UK branch Annual Conference
    • Featured Speaker: David Parsons
  • 3.17 – St. Louis Park, MN – Beth El Synagogue & Minnesotans Against Terrorism
    • Featured Speakers: Ms. Nazie Eftekhari, Iran Democratic Union; Steve Hunegs, JCRC; Ilan Sharon
  • 3.16 – Stoughton, MAAhavath Torah Congregation
    • Featured Speaker: Clare Lopez
  • 3.16 – Barnet Synagogue United Kingdom, hosted by Barnet Israel Group
  • 3.15 – Burnsville, MN – Berean Baptist Church & Minnesotans Against Terrorism
    • Featured Speaker: Ilan Sharon
  • 3.13 – East Brunswick, NJ – Republican Jewish Committee
  • 3.13 – Grand Rapids, MI – Zionist Organization of America
    • Featured Speaker: Clare Lopez
  • 3.12 – South East Michigan, MI – Zionist Organization of America
    • Featured Speaker: Clare Lopez
  • 3.11-12 – Billingham, UK – ICEJ UK branch Annual Conference
    • Featured Speaker: David Parsons
  • 3.10 – Ontario, Canada – Queens University Conservatives Association
  • 3.10 – Carmichael, CA – Carmichael ACT! Chapter
  • 3.09 – New York, NY – Aish NY
  • 3.08 – St Louis Park, MN – Aish Minn. & Minnesotans Against Terrorism
    • Featured Speaker: Ilan Sharon
  • 3.7 – Brandon, FL – Beit Tehila Congregation
  • 3.5 – Minnetonka, MN – Minnesotans Against Terrorism & Chabad Minn.
  • 2.28 – Toronto, Ontario – Friends of the Simon Wiesenthal Center
  • 2.27 – Jerusalem, Israel – Hadar Israel
  • 2.25 – Lynchburg, VA – Liberty University – Helms School of Government
  • 2.20 – Montreal, Quebec – Beth Zion Congregation
    • Featured Speaker: Prof. Irwin Cotler
  • 2.16 – London, England – Center for Jewish Life
  • 2.15 – Memphis, TN – ACT! for America
  • 2.14 – New York, NY – Conference of Presidents
  • 2.14 – Teaneck, NJ – Bnei Yeshurun
  • 2.13 – Minneapolis, MN – Minnesotans Against Terrorism & TCF (Private)
  • 2.10 - Washington, DC – Conservative Political Action Conference
  • 2.09 – New York, NY – Core Club (Private)

Premiere events – Tuesday Feb. 8th, 2011:

  • Capitol Hill screening, Rayburn Office Building
  • New York, NY (AMC theater) hosted by:
    • Fuel For Truth
    • Hudson Institute
  • Minneapolis, MN (AMC theater) hosted by:
    • Minnesotans Against Terrorism
  • Ft. Lauderdale, FL (AMC theater) hosted by:
    • Florida Security Council
  • Madison, WI (AMC theater) hosted by:
    • Pax Americana Institute
  • East Hanover, NJ (AMC theater) hosted by:
    • No Nukes For Iran
    • Ahavat Torah Chabbad, Short Hills
    • AJC New Jersey
    • Assemblyman Jon Bramnick
    • Chai Center, Short Hills
    • Community Relations Committee of UJC of MetroWest
    • Congregation Agudath Israel, Caldwell
    • Congregation B’nai Israel, Millburn
    • Eagle’s Wings
    • Human Rights Institute of Kean University
    • JCRC of UJA Federation of Northern NJ & Jewish Federation of Central NJ
    • Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy
    • Congregation Oheb Shalom, South Orange
    • Michelle and Bruce Berger
    • Stop Iran Now
  • Chicago, IL (AMC theater) hosted by:
    • Confederation for Iranian Students (CIS)
    • CAMERA
  • Boston, MA (AMC theater) hosted by:
    • Act! For America, Boston Chapter
    • Act! For America, New Hampshire Chapter
    • Americans for Peace and Tolerance (APT)
    • Christians and Jews United for Israel (CJUI)
    • Christians United for Israel
    • Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America
    • Congregation Or Yisrael
    • Doc Emet Productions
    • Hasbara Fellowships
    • Israel is Real
    • Republican Jewish Coalition, New England Chapter
    • Russian Jewish Community Foundation
    • Vision
  • San Antonio, TX (AMC theater) hosted by:
    • Center for Terrorism Law, St. Mary’s University School of Law, San Antonio, Texas
    • IPA of Congregation Rodfei Sholom
  • Los Angeles, CA (AMC theater) hosted by:
    • 30 Years After
    • David Horowitz Freedom Center
    • Republican Jewish Coalition
  • Bothell, WA (Cedar Park Church)
  • Seattle, WA (AMC theater) (Pre-release February 7)
  • Franklin, TN (Carmike Cinemas) hosted by:
    • Laurie Cardoza-Moore
  • Dallas, TX (AMC theater) hosted by:
    • DATA
    • American Jewish Committee
    • Texas Jewish Post
    • Young Jewish Professional
    • Republican Jewish Coalition
  • Princeton, NJ (Princeton Garden Theatre) (Feb. 13) hosted by:
    • American Jewish Committee
    • The Jewish Federation of Princeton Mercer Bucks
    • The Beth El Synagogue
  • Maui, Hawaii – hosted by The Jewish Congregation of Maui

Exclusive Pre-Release Screenings:

  • *2.06 -Ottawa, ON -Free Thinking Film Society – RESCHEDULED - see news
  • 2.02 - Philadelphia, PA – Aish Philadelphia
  • 2.01 - Washington, DC – Heritage Foundation
  • *1.18 - Ottawa, ON – Free Thinking Film Society - CANCELLED - see news
  • 1.18 - Miami, FL – Scholars for Peace in the Middle East
  • 1.17 - Los Angeles, CA – David Horowitz Freedom Center
  • 1.11 - Albany, NY – JERNY
  • 1.11 - Boca Raton, FL – Private Screening
  • 10.29.10 – Branson, MO – Minnesotans Against Terrorism, 1,156 attendees

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