posted on Oct, 30 2004 @ 02:01 AM
The controversial documentary Fahrenheit 9/11, by filmmaker Michael Moore, will be available on for pay for view internet broadcast on the eve of the
election. A Los Angles company called CinemaNow will make the movie available for $9.95 at 8 PM EST November 1st.
LOS ANGELES - An online pay-per-view showing of Michael Moore's controversial anti-Bush documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11" will be released on the eve of
the presidential election, the Internet movie provider CinemaNow announced Friday.
Viewers can see the film Monday by logging on to the company's Web site at 8 p.m. EST and paying $9.95, said the company's chief executive officer,
Curt Marvis. It also will be made available in December.
"We're thrilled that the people behind 'Fahrenheit 9/11' have recognized the power of digital distribution," Marvis said.
He said Moore and Fellowship Adventure Group, one of the film's distributors, have agreed to donate their share of the profits from Monday's showing
to a charity to benefit veterans.
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Part of the proceeds will go to a charity geared towards veterans. In addition, Both Fahrenheit 9/11, and its political opposite film "Stolen Honor:
Wounds that Never Heal" will be available on Dish Network on Monday night as well.