Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Dirty Wars Trailer


Just a few months ago Dirty Wars premiered at Sundance, won the Cinematography Award for U.S. Documentary, and then teamed up with IFC Films | Sundance Selects.

We open June 7 in New York, Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles.

Then we play in theaters in many other cities nationwide, fromChicago to BostonNashville to BoiseMilwaukee to Tuscon. We're in Little Rock and Manhasset, Portland and Berkeley.

Watch the trailer. (It's a sizzler.) Then find a theater near you.
Also, our poster is out.


Join Jeremy Scahill and Spencer Ackerman, two leading national security reporters, for what will surely be a lively conversation at a free public event on May 31 at The New School. Hosted by The Nation Institute.
40+ theaters have already booked Dirty Wars. Only the IFC Center in NYC has tickets on sale now. Members of the filmmaking team and special guests will be at the evening screenings opening weekend.


After our start at Sundance, quickly followed by True/False, it's been great to be part of the creative energy of so many festivals. Awards are nice too.

At the Boston Independent Film Festival, Dirty Wars won the Grand Jury Prize for Documentary.

The film won the Golden Rock for Best Documentary at the Little Rock Film Festival and Jeremy Scahill won a special award for Courage in Filmmaking.

We're also heading to Mountainfilm (May 24 + 25), Seattle International Film Festival (May 24 + 25, with Jeremy Scahill in person) and the Berkshire International Film Festival (June 1) before our theatrical release June 7.

Coming up, we go global:

SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL | Proud to be on opening night, June 5.

SHEFFIELD DOC/FEST | We're part of the rockingest film fest on the planet. Director Rick Rowley will be at our two screenings, June 14 + 15.

NEW ZEALAND FILM FESTIVAL | Dirty Wars was one of the first films announced.

Rick Rowley and Jeremy Scahill, with Brent Renaud, co-founder of the Little Rock Film Festival.


Jeremy Scahill's book Dirty Wars: The World Is a Battlefield debuted at #5 on the May 12 New York Times bestseller list and has stayed in the top 20 since then.

Read Steve Coll's analysis on drone wars and Dirty Wars in The New Yorker and watch Jeremy talk to Chris Hayes on MSNBC about his findings. Check out other reviews on our site.

Jeremy was in London last week for the launch of the book in English worldwide. For a preliminary list of planned translations, including into Spanish, French, German, and Swedish, visit Roam Agency.

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