All In: The Fight For Democracy, Documentary for a Cause?

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In this pool image from video, Stacey Abrams delivers the Democratic party's response to President Donald Trump's State of the Union address, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 from Atlanta.

All In: The Fight For Democracy, directed and produced by Liz Garbus and Lisa Cortes, is a documentary film that revolves around voter suppression– a strategy used to influence the outcome of an election by preventing specific groups of people from voting.

Stacey Yvonne Abrams- a popular voting rights activist, has worked in the film with the directors, Garbus and Cortes.

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Release of the Documentary

The documentary is expected to release in few major theaters first, on September 9, 2020, followed by streaming over digital platforms like Prime Video on September 18, 2020.

The distribution rights were bought by Amazon Studios in early June 2020 so as to release the movie before the United States Presidential elections 2020.

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The film was also expected to have its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival in September 2020 but got canceled due to the pandemic.

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Is The Documentary For A Cause?

It might not be wrong regarding the 2020 US Presidential elections as one of the most important events in American history, so being mindful of that, the directors planned to release All In The Fight For Democracy, which according to them will telling a powerful as well as the painful story of the struggle for the right to vote. It will also display arm citizens with the tools they need to protect this right.

The Directors of the film see this as a pivotal movement in their mission to protect the democracy of the United States of America.

The film will carry ambitious and visionary action plans that will reach out to voters to educate them and make them aware of the importance of the process of voting, to also make them realize that every voice and vote counts.

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