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DOONBY: The Provocative Movie Screenings in Washington, DC

Truly provocative film. Go to one of these screenings if you can. Official invitation follows

President Obama’s second term.
A new Congress.
The March for Life.
DOONBY: A provocative movie.

NET 276x166Before and after the March for Life in Washington, DC, filmmaker Peter Mackenzie and NET TV present DOONBY – the mystical thriller about individual liberty. This provocative film stars John Schneider, Jenn Gotzon, Ernie Hudson, Joe Estevez, Jennifer O’Neill, Robert Davi, Will Wallace and Erin Way with a cameo by Norma McCorvey (“Jane Roe” of Roe v. Wade).

Mackenzie, Gotzon and Estevez will speak and answer questions after Washington movie screenings.

-Please Join Us for One of These Special DOONBY Washington Screenings-
Doonby poster 276x394Date: Thursday, January 24, 2013 Time: 7 PM
Location: E Street Cinema . 555 11th Street NW . Washington, DC 20004
Date: Friday, January 25, 2013 Time: 4 PM
Location: Residence Inn Capitol . 333 E Street SW . Washington, DC 20024

-Rated PG-13
-The screenings are free, but seating is limited
-RSVP to
requested by January 23

Doonby is an ambitious little independent picture … ultimately, it’s the polarizing ending that will have moviegoers talking long after they see it.” -David Martindale, Dallas Morning News

Doonby” is a “moving and thought-provoking psychological thriller on many levels with a haunting finale that will linger in your mind and obsess your consciousness as you tackle a puzzle that will challenge each and every perception or conviction while you experience forlorn feelings of speechlessness and shock, but ultimately of liberation!” -Fr. Gianfranco Grieco, office head of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for the Family, in L’Osservatore Romano

Doonby is engrossing and a really good film. … You will leave the theater and think about it numerous times after you’ve seen it.” –Richard Land, the Southern Baptist Convention

Doonby is a thought-provoking and clever film which raises profoundly important questions. … Brilliant cinema.” –British Lord David Alton, host of The Suffering Church on EWTN

These screenings are sponsored by NET, a division of DeSales Media Group, led by Bishop Nicholas Anthony DiMarzio of Brooklyn. NET airs on New York City’s TimeWarner Channel 97, Cablevision Channel 30 and 18 Verizon FiOS TV systems throughout the United States, including the Top 10 markets of New York City; Los Angeles, CA; Philadelphia, PA; Dallas, TX; Boston, MA; and Washington, DC. NET is also streamed online @



2 comments for “DOONBY: The Provocative Movie Screenings in Washington, DC”

  1. As an X-Catholic, I’m sorry to see you’re very
    deceived by Rome’s lies. And, unless you’re saved by
    the blood of Jesus Christ you’re prayers are going
    no where. Jesus won’t hear the prayers of the lost.
    as you’ve rejected Him for Rome.
    Bill Wilson

    Posted by Bill Wilson | January 23, 2013, 8:59 PM
  2. Wow Bill. Can’t you come up with something better than that?
    If Jesus won’t hear the prayers of the lost, He won’t hear most people’s prayers – even yours.
    Apparently you don’t know Him.

    Posted by Anita Crane | January 23, 2013, 9:13 PM

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