Directed by Dacula High School 1999 alum Nathaniel McGill and Vincent Vittorio
AMERICAN MADE MOVIE is an inspiring documentary that follows ordinary Americans working to save their livelihoods and support their families by finding innovative new ways to compete in the global economy.
American manufacturing has been on the decline for decades, and the consequences have been devastating. As factory owners struggle to compete with cheap foreign goods, partisan debates about debt ceilings dominate our nation's capital, and it often feels like there is no one fighting for American jobs--especially manufacturing jobs.
Fortunately, the greatest thing about America is Americans. Our ability to adapt, innovate, and thrive has created one of the greatest civilitions in human history. And while there may not be easy answers, there are things we can do. It's not about right vs. left-it's about Americans uniting.
In AMERICAN MADE MOVIE, you'll meet entreprenuers, business owners, and ordinary citizens who have prospered without adopting the "outsource it" practices of their competitors. And whether you're a student, stay-at-home mom, a senior citizen, or a corporate tycoon, this film will show you that the power to transform America's future is in your hands.
The premiere of "American Made Movie" is August 30 at the Colonial 18 Theater in Lawrenceville.
GCPSFF has purchased 50 tickets to be given to the first 50 employees to reply to this email.
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