Skip to comments.RightOnline See Overwhelming Demand From Grassroots for Sneak Peek of Palin Movie, 'The Undefeated'
Posted on 06/17/2011 11:28:36 AM PDT by Maelstorm
In response to overwhelming demand from its free-market grassroots activists for a sneak peek of the controversial new film, The Undefeated, Americans for Prosperity Foundation's RightOnline Conference will move the showing of the movie to the 1,000-seat main ballroom during RightOnline on Friday, June 17th at 9 p.m. CDT. The Undefeated is an independently produced feature film about Alaska Governor and Vice Presidential candidate, Sarah Palin. RightOnline is a conservative technology activism conference that runs opposite the left-wing Netroots Nation Convention.
"Sarah Palin is one of the most talked about political figures by pundits, but the overwhelming demand for viewing this film proves that she strikes a high profile with grassroots activists on the center-Right as well," said Tim Phillips, President of Americans for Prosperity and President of Americans for Prosperity Foundation. "We're pleased to be able to offer this excusive screening to attendees of AFP Foundation's RightOnline Conference this Friday, and give hundreds of free-market activists a peek at the real story behind Palin's political career. This film also underscores the importance of social mediathat is, to step around the mainstream media in order to provide a unbiased look at political issues and personalities."
Written and directed by award-winning filmmaker Stephen K. Bannon and produced by Victory Film Group co- founder Glenn Bracken Evans and Dan Fleutte, The Undefeated was independently financed by Victory Film Group and its partners. The movie features a wealth of rare and never-before-seen footage, as well as exclusive interviews with Alaska lawmakers who offer fresh perspective on Palin's time in office. It features commentary from prominent conservatives such as Mark Levin, Andrew Breitbart and Tammy Bruce.
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I can't wait to see this. This movie could very well be another "Passion of the Christ" type movies. There is just something about Sarah and all the evil in this world can not stop it.
I can’t wait either—I doubt it will be shown up here so I really hope I’ll be able to either buy it or watch it online somewhere.
They should play it at the Netroots Conference too this weekend. Not just sing to the choir.
What's controversial about it?
Will there be any Freepers in attendance to give us a review? Schedule indicates that it will run from 10 - 12 EST.