Skip to comments.Breitbart film bares roots of 'Occupy' movement
Posted on 09/10/2012 7:55:18 PM PDT by little jeremiah
The Occupy Wall Street movements dark underbelly is on full display in an explosive new documentary set for release later this month.
"Occupy Unmasked," produced by the non-profit group Citizens United and the late Andrew Breitbart, in one of his last projects before his death last March, examines the movement and its possible links to organized labor and leftist groups. Its premiere in theaters on Sept. 21 follows the release of the documentary "2016: Obama's America," providing more cinematic fodder for the presidents critics ahead of the Nov. 6 election.
FoxNews.com was given an advanced screening of the 70-plus minute film in which Breitbart presents the case against the Occupy Movement, suggesting it was not a spontaneous event that sprouted up in downtown Manhattan, but a methodically planned uprising carefully organized by unions, left-wing activists and even members of the mainstream media.
(Excerpt) Read more at foxnews.com ...
Let’s hope this changes some votes like 0bamas 2016. We can’t afford 4 more years of this idiot.
And here’s the Breitbart article excerpt and link:
‘Occupy Unmasked’ Blazing Trail for Conservative Films
The upcoming documentary “Occupy Unmasked” is getting the kind of promotional push too rarely received by right-of-center films.
The movie, directed by Steve Bannon and featuring the late Andrew Breitbart, tells the story of the chaotic, destructive Occupy Wall Street movement. The message hardly fits the standard theatrical template, which routinely sides with or sympathizes with the bedraggled protesters seeking their “fair” share of the one percent’s cash.
That didn’t matter to Mark Cuban, whose company is bringing the film to both theaters and VOD outlets.
Another movie for Roger Ebert not to see!
I saw another article about it quoting Medea Benjamin. She didn’t like it.
We cant afford 4 more years of this communist...He is not an idioy He is a full out commie.
If conservative movie makers keep this up, soon Roger Ebert can retire, because there won’t be any movies he’s willing to review.
Its an Andrew Breitbart Monday (10/8) as were headed to Georgetown for the premier of the movie Hating Breitbart :-)
http://hatingbreitbart.com/ Any other Freepers attending, let me know!
I would love to see that movie. Thanks for the ping. I live 3000 miles away...