Andrew Breitbart’s “Occupy Unmasked” to Screen at DNC Convention
posted at 1:13 pm on September 5, 2012 by Anita MonCrief
Citizens United is screening two of their newest films at LibertyStock near the DNC tomorrow (Thurs, 9/6) hours before Obama’s speech – full info below. The films also screened at the RNC convention and even included a lively debate between the Occupy Unmasked cast and members of Code Pink.
Washington, DC – President David N. Bossie of Citizens United Productions – the premier conservative film studio in America – today announced that “The Hope and The Change” and “Occupy Unmasked” will be screened in Charlotte, North Carolina, during the Democratic National Convention.
The screenings will take place in conjunction with Libertystock on Thursday, September 6th, at Dilworth Neighborhood Grille in Charlotte, North Carolina. “Occupy Unmasked” will be screened at 12pm and “The Hope and The Change” will be screened at 3pm. For press credentials please email [email protected]
WHO: David N. Bossie, Producer and President of Citizens United, Stephen K. Bannon, Writer/Director
WHAT: Screening Schedule for “The Hope and The Change” and “Occupy Unmasked”
WHERE: Dilworth Neighborhood Grille, 911 E. Moorehead St., Charlotte, NC 28204
Press Credentials: Please email [email protected]
Occupy Unmasked: While the liberal establishment and mainstream media portray the Occupy Wall Street movement as organic and nonviolent, Occupy Unmasked reveals the sinister, organized, and highly orchestrated nature of its leaders and their number one goal: Not just to change government, but to destroy it.
The Hope and The Change: Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign was a cathartic moment in American history that promised the electorate “Hope” and “Change.” Citizens United Productions’ latest film, The Hope and The Change, examines the journey of forty Americans – Democrats and Independents – who supported and voted for President Obama four years ago.