Free Screening: Life of Pi Hosted by the Interfaith Alliance

Please join the Interfaith Alliance for a free screening of the Ang Lee movie Life of Pi before it’s out in the movie theaters!

Seating is limited, so please RSVP asap.

Movie Synopsis:
Director Ang Lee creates a groundbreaking movie event about a young man who survives a disaster at sea and is hurtled into an epic journey of adventure and discovery. While cast away, he forms an amazing and unexpected connection with another survivor…a fearsome Bengal tiger. www.LifeofPimovie.com

Where: Regal Gallery Place Chinatown, 707 Seventh Street NW, Washington, DC

Time: 7:00pm

Date: Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

To RSVP:

(1) Click on the registration link for Life of Pi: http://bit.ly/SU8XIN (link says Thursday, but the actual day is Wed, we’re changing that error asap)
(2) Enter number of tickets
(3) Enter Access Code: inter
(4) Fill Out Registration Form
(5) Confirmation that registration was completed will be sent, then a final confirmation for tickets will be sent.

Interfaith Alliance was created in 1994 to celebrate religious freedom and to challenge the bigotry and hatred arising from religious and political extremism infiltrating American politics. Today, Interfaith Alliance has 185,000 members across the country made up of 75 faith traditions as well as those of no faith tradition. www.interfaithalliance.org

Please join us after the movie for a discussion with President Welton Gaddy of the Interfaith Alliance!

For more information contact: Sana Saeed, ssaeed@interfaithalliance.org or Arielle Gingold, agingold@interfaithalliance.org

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