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Noam Chomsky, Steve Forbes, Mike Huckabee, Charles Rossotti, Neal Boortz, Scott Hodge Featured In: An Inconvenient Tax


Documentary shedding light on America’s Broken Tax Code will be available via Video-on-Demand (VOD) in more than 50 Million Homes this June, and will begin pre-sales on Amazon and release an all-new trailer on April 15th

Los Angeles, CA, (April, 11, 2011) - In a time when many Americans are concerned about the future of the economy, rising deficits, and unfair tax treatment, a new documentary unravels one of America’s messiest problems. Featuring conversations with Noam Chomsky, Steve Forbes, Joseph Thorndike, Mike Huckabee, Charles Rossotti, Dave M. Walker, Neal Boortz, Michael Graetz, Daniel Sharivo, Leonard Burman, and more, An Inconvenient Tax explores the history of our fundamentally broken tax code and provides valuable insights on how to move forward. The film has been acquired by Gravitas Ventures to be distributed through cable, satellite, telco, and online VOD platforms reaching over 50 million homes beginning June 2011.

On April 15th, the DVD of An Inconvenient Tax will begin pre-sales on In addition, the latest trailer for the film will be made live on

For an exclusive sneak-peak of the latest trailer, visit and enter the password “IRS”. (Please do not broadcast this trailer until April 15th.)

An Inconvenient Tax -- Synopsis

The film explores the history of the income tax and brings to light the causes of its many complexities. The story follows the U.S. tax system through wars, economic booms, and the most significant presidencies in U.S. history. To help crack the tax code, the film uses the country’s top economic experts, commentators, and political voices to discuss the problems America faces in the tax code and gives valuable insights on how to move forward. The film also gives a voice to the creators of several tax reform solutions who claim to have found a better way. In a time when many Americans are concerned about the future of the economy, rising deficits, and unfair tax treatment, An Inconvenient Tax provides a critical look at the current problems with the tax code.

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About Life Is My Movie:
Founded in 2001, Life Is My Movie marries image and reality by bringing content into the visual realm for widespread discussion. The majority of our work emphasizes nonfiction cinema, and our mission is to focus on finding “the story” within any topic. Life Is My Movie believes every individual has a unique role in a much bigger story, and each individual should feel connected to the topics our productions bring to life through the stories we tell.

About Gravitas Ventures:
Gravitas Ventures specializes in the aggregation of entertainment content for worldwide distribution via established and evolving platforms in the cable Video On-demand (VOD), broadband, mobile and airline/hospitality industries. The company connects independent filmmakers, production and distribution companies to leading cable, satellite, telco and online distribution partners including AT&T U-verseSM TV, Apple iTunes, Amazon VOD, Cablevision, Charter, Comcast, Cox, DISH Network®, Netflix, Time Warner Cable, and Verizon FiOS TV. Working with more than 300 content partners, Gravitas Ventures offers thousands of hours of quality entertainment comprised of feature films, documentaries, animation, alternative sports comedy, and music concert programming.

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 federal tax code
 Steve Forbes
 Mike Huckabee
 tax reform
 Noam Chomsky

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