Media & Other Film Requests
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CNN's Lou Dobbs gave a ringing endorsement of Indoctrinate U on last night's show. Saying the film was "terrific" Dobbs added, "I can't recommend it highly enough." He closed by recommending that viewers "get this documentary. It's extraordinary."
Here's the clip of Dobbs interviewing director Evan Coyne Maloney about the film:
Many people who download the Virtual DVD to burn DVDs on their computer eventually ask us for graphics files. Why? Because if you've gone through the trouble of making your own DVD, you might want to spend an extra few minutes making it look nice.
So, we've now made available the official "Indoctrinate U" Print-at-Home Packaging graphics bundle.
This bundle contains graphics for printing:
- The DVD face
- Standard DVD cases (also known as Amaray cases)
- The thinner "slimline" DVD cases
Each item is provided in JPEG format as well as higher-quality PNG format.
Download the "Indoctrinate U" Print-at-Home Packaging [27MB
Important: You must have the proper software and hardware for printing the DVD packaging. These files are provided for use within the printing software you already have. If you do not have both software and hardware capable of printing DVD packaging, these files will not help.
Over at his website, Evan comments on the latest coverage of Indoctrinate U to appear in the New York Times.
Raucous Crowd, Standing Ovation
Last night's Indoctrinate U premiere at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. was attended by a sell-out crowd that reacted strongly and loudly, at times gasping in horror, and at others, laughing hysterically. The boisterous audience gave the film a standing ovation when the credits started rolling. It took several minutes before the audience settled down enough for the Q&A that followed.
All in all, it was a great excuse to celebrate excessively at the after-party at the Watergate Hotel.
More news on screenings in other cities will be announced in the coming weeks.
Kennedy Center World Premiere Sells Out!
The public world premiere of Indoctrinate U to be held this upcoming Friday at the prestigious Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. has now sold out! Thanks to everyone supporting this film by purchasing tickets, by sending us their well-wishes, by telling their friends, by writing e-mails and blog entries, and by notifying local media. We very much appreciate your support, and are looking forward to a packed house for the premiere!
The pop culture website 411mania.com has posted an interview with Indoctrinate U director Evan Coyne Maloney.
New York Times covers IU
The New York Times discussed Indoctrinate U today. Director Evan Coyne Maloney believes the piece misrepresents the film, and the President of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, Greg Lukianoff, believes that the piece misrepresents the reality on America's campuses.
Still, we do think it is pretty cool to be in The New York Times !
Today's New York Post contains an interview with Indoctrinate U director Evan Coyne Maloney. Film critic Kyle Smith calls the film "alarming and funny."
The Washington Times writes about Indoctrinate U in a piece entitled "Exposing poisoned ivy."
This morning, filmmaker Evan Coyne Maloney spent a half-hour discussing Indoctrinate U on C-SPAN's Washington Journal.
Update: Here's a direct link to an MPEG-4 video of the show.
Filmmaker Evan Coyne Maloney was a guest last night in primetime on the Fox News program, Hannity's America. Evan dicusses Indoctrinate U and the state of the American university. Click here to watch the segment on YouTube.