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Big Hollywood: Four Conservative Films Which Could Spell Trouble for Obama Next Month - 10/21/2012 11:12:27 AM

Bannon’s other Citizens United documentary, "Occupy Unmasked," features the late Andrew Breitbart exposing what may be the most misunderstood political movement of our time, Occupy Wall Street.

Along with former radicals like David Horowitz, Brandon Darby and Lee Stranahan, Breitbart dissects the origins of the actual “Astroturf” movement (to borrow from former-Speaker Nancy Pelosi).

From the false rumor that the band Radiohead would be playing in New York City’s Zuccotti Park to the violence that plagued America’s cities around the Occupy encampments, everything was planned and community organized by radicals from the communist and anarchist movements in concert with the labor unions and many in the so-called “mainstream” media.

"Occupy Unmasked" is also available on Hulu.com and is a must see. If you thought you knew about the Occupy movement… You don’t. At least not until you see this film.

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Big Government: Occupy Unmasked Vindicated: Leaders Concede Goal Is Revolution, Support Violence - 9/30/2012 5:27:50 PM

Almost as quickly as the Occupy Unmasked film was released, Andrew Breitbart’s expose on the Occupy Wall Street movement, liberal critics began to attack the film’s honesty. Many claimed the film was inaccurate for portraying the movement as revolutionary in nature and prone to violence. Code Pink’s Medea Benjamin attended an advanced screening of the film and denounced it as “dishonest” for portraying the movement and its leaders as violent or driven by anything other than bettering the lives of Americans.

The mainstream media support of the Occupiers, Barack Obama’s “sympathizing with their frustration,” and Nancy Pelosi’s “applauding them for their spontaneity,” was a difficult time for those of us actually covering the movement. We saw it for what it was; a revolutionary effort to overthrow the US Constitutional government and shatter our economic system. We knew the “peaceful” portrayal offered by mainstream outlets didn’t jive with a movement we knew supported the use of violence.

Read more by Brandon Darby, who is featured in Occupy Unmasked


Cagle: Starting A Conversation Through Film - 9/26/2012 11:27:27 AM

The last few weeks have been a whirlwind with the premieres of two of our latest films.  “The Hope and The Change” is airing on six cable and six broadcast networks, dozens of times and reaching over 130 million cumulative households through the fall (check our listings to find your local channels and times).

On the heels of this successful theater launch, “Occupy Unmasked” is now available on Video on Demand.  The VOD providers carrying “Occupy Unmasked” include iTunes; Amazon; Charter; Comcast; Google Play; DirecTV; Playstation3; Suddenlink; Time Warner; Verizon FIOS; VUDU; Xbox Zune; AT&T UVerse; Cablevision; Cox; and Dish Network.  (For more information on these VOD options please go here.)

...With The Hope and The Change on television and Occupy Unmasked on the big screen and VOD, Citizens United is changing the political debate in America in new ways – and we are excited to begin the conversation.

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Fox News Red Eye: 'Occupy Unmasked' shines light on criminal activity - 9/25/2012 6:05:42 PM

"Occupy Unmasked" Producer David Bossie and writer/director Stephen Bannon were on Fox News' Red Eye to discuss the film:


Media Advisory: “Occupy Unmasked" To Be Released On Video On Demand Today - 9/25/2012 11:33:21 AM

Washington, DC – David N. Bossie President of Citizens United announced that “Occupy Unmasked” will be available on Video On Demand (VOD) starting today. The VOD providers carrying “Occupy Unmasked” are iTunes; Amazon; Charter; Comcast; Google Play; DirecTV; Playstation3; Suddenlink; Time Warner; Verizon FIOS; VUDU; Xbox Zune; AT&T UVerse; Cablevision; Cox; and Dish Network. For more information on VOD please go here.

“We are pleased to make this exciting title available on Video on Demand on the heels of its limited theater release,” said Citizens United President David N. Bossie. “‘Occupy Unmasked’ must be seen to be believed and now millions more will have that opportunity right in their own homes.”

By the award-winning team of writer/director Stephen K. Bannon @StephenBannon and producer David N. Bossie @David_Bossie, “Occupy Unmasked” is the last major piece of work by the late conservative icon Andrew Breitbart.

“The truth must be told about the Occupy Wall Street movement and after a successful limited theater release now many more Americans can see this explosive film on VOD,” said writer/director Stephen K. Bannon.

“Occupy Unmasked,” takes viewers into the Occupy Wall Street camps across the country in New York, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Portland, Denver and Oakland for an up-close look at what’s happened there and who’s at the heart of the movement. Exclusive footage and first-hand eyewitness accounts tell the story of the criminal activity and raw brutality in the camps – much of which has not been reported by the mainstream media.

Featuring the late conservative icon Andrew Breitbart, as well as former leftist radicals turned patriotic citizen journalists Brandon Darby @BrandonDarby, David Horowitz @horowitz39, Pam Keys, Anita MonCrief @anitamoncrief, Mandy Nagy @Liberty_Chick, and Lee Stranahan @Stranahan, among others, this film delves beneath the surface of the Occupy movement to show its anarchist roots, led by those who advocate the use of violence and intimidation as protest tactics. These tactics stem back to the anti-war protests of the 1960’s, the anti-nuclear weapons protests of the 80’s, the WTO protests and Environmental Liberation Front of the 90’s, and the IMF protests of recent years.


Phoenix Examiner: A tale of two tapes - 9/23/2012 11:07:37 AM

The second movie is called The Hope and The Change. This is the story of 40 voters who supported Barack Obama in 2008 but will not be in 2012. These are disillusioned and disappointed Democrat and Independent voters. They bought into the hope and change rhetoric whole-heartedly and definitely did not feel they got what they voted for.

The last movie is the late Andrew Breitbart’s last gift to freedom. Occupy Unmasked is a frightening and compelling look into the radical Occupy groups in America. These groups believe just as the President believes that big business is evil and greedy and that corporations should have their assets seized and their companies shut down. Like our President these folks believe in the radical redistribution of wealth.

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Moonbattery: The Five Tips Its Hat to Occupy Unmasked - 9/23/2012 11:03:55 AM

Having seen the movie last night, I can heartily recommend it. Anyone reading Moonbattery.com already knows that Occucommies are among the foulest creatures ever to crawl the earth. But you might not realize the extent to which the Occupy phenomenon was contrived by the same union goons and media radicals who did so much to put Obama in office.

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Big Hollywood: 'Occupy Unmasked' Trumps MSM, Scores Big in Limited Release - 9/23/2012 11:02:14 AM

The mainstream media did all it could to white wash the violence swirling around the Occupy Wall Street movement as well as its anti-capitalist support system.

Enter "Occupy Unmasked," the new documentary which did the work most journalists refused to do. And the people were clearly eager to hear the truth behind the movement.

The film earned an impressive per-screen average of $11,000 on four screens over the weekend, the third highest average of any film in release, and those numbers could rise today as final figures roll in. The box office haul is all the more impressive since traditional media outlets mostly ignored the film and the marketing push was limited to print ads in local papers.

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Denver Westword: The director of Occupy Unmasked talks facts, bias and the future of the movement - 9/21/2012 4:40:25 PM

Occupy Wall Street celebrated its first birthday this week. In the past year, the young political movement has inspired laws, riots and several retrospective glances, not the least among them the new documentary Occupy Unmasked. Directed by conservative filmmaker Stephen K. Bannon, the piece stays true to its title, aiming both unflinching cameras and harsh historical analysis at a handful of Occupy branches (Denver's own included) to bring attention at the faces and figures behind the movement. Before Occupy Unmasked plays at the AMC Highlands Ranch 24 tonight, Westword caught up with Bannon on his intentions, his biases and the surprises he uncovered while documenting a revolution.

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Politico: Last work: Andrew Breitbart’s ‘Occupy’ film - 9/21/2012 4:35:55 PM

Occupy Unmasked,” which hits theaters Friday and Video on Demand on Sept. 25, was the brainchild of the late Andrew Breitbart and represents his last major piece of work. Using undercover cameras at parts, the film portrays the Occupy movements in such cities as New York, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., as dirty and dangerous encampments that exploited the grievances of average Americans.

“This is a side of it that you didn’t see in the mainstream media, that you didn’t even see on Fox News,” said Bannon. “We put you inside the experience itself and let people actually feel the experience.”

Bossie said that the year-old movement, which he described as “this very well-organized machine, very much the hard-core left, the anarchists movement” — “utilized the people who kind of felt put upon, or that their American dream or their hope of an American dream had been take away: College kids that weren’t finding work, middle age folks who were out of work for a long period of time.”

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Big Hollywood:The Passion of Andrew Breitbart: 'Occupy Unmasked' in Theaters Today - 9/21/2012 4:32:14 PM

Andrew Breitbart’s Occupy Unmasked, directed and written by Stephen K. Bannon and produced by Citizens United, opens today. It was a labor of love for Andrew, who appears throughout the film, acting as its narrator. Taking down the Occupy movement was Andrew’s last true passion project. And the film shows it.

Just two weeks before his tragic death, Andrew took a few moments out from the Conservative Political Action Conference to confront the Occupy protesters staking out the event. “Stop raping people!” he shouted at them. “You filthy, filthy, filthy raping, murdering freaks!”

He wasn’t kidding. As Occupy Unmasked shows, the top-down coordination of the Occupy Wall Street movement relied on a leftist leadership willing to mold a conglomeration of the naïve and the criminal into a potent political force. Occupy Unmasked features Andrew delving into the roots of the Occupy movement, and uncovering the coordination between the Obama administration, its allies in the media, and Occupy.

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News Busters: CNN Anchor Tells David Bossie You Can't Judge OWS By 'Worst Members' - 9/21/2012 4:30:05 PM

With Occupy Unmasked being released today in select theaters, this morning’s edition of CNN’s Early Start with Zoraida Sambolin invited David Bossie, producer of the film and President of Citizens United to discuss the film.  However, things got hazy towards the end of the interview where Sombolin shamelessly tried to convey the narrative that Occupy is a “peaceful” movement.

Sambolin, ironically, fed into the premise of the film itself – which centers on “the liberal establishment and mainstream media portray[ing] the Occupy Wall Street movement as organic and nonviolent.”   In arguing how you can't judge a movement by its "worst members," she mentioned how “Adbusters” promoted the notion of “Occupying” Wall Street and decided to defend the movement – while castigating the Tea Party as “racist.”  However, Bossie wasn’t going to let that form of abject slander slide.

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Fox News Red Eye: Gutfeld: Occupy Unmasked 'Most Chilling Movie I've Seen In Years' - 9/21/2012 2:14:30 PM


The Five: New Breitbart Film "Occupy Unmasked" Examines Roots of Movement - 9/21/2012 11:30:18 AM


Westword: The director of Occupy Unmasked talks facts, bias and the future of the movement - 9/21/2012 11:21:31 AM

Occupy Wall Street celebrated its first birthday this week. In the past year, the young political movement has inspired laws, riots and several retrospective glances, not the least among them the new documentary Occupy Unmasked. Directed by conservative filmmaker Stephen K. Bannon, the piece stays true to its title, aiming both unflinching cameras and harsh historical analysis at a handful of Occupy branches (Denver's own included) to bring attention at the faces and figures behind the movement. Before Occupy Unmasked plays at the AMC Highlands Ranch 24 tonight, Westword caught up with Bannon on his intentions, his biases and the surprises he uncovered while documenting a revolution.

Westword: At what moment did you begin to consider making a film out of the movement?

Stephen Bannon: (Well-known political commentator) Andrew Breitbart literally -- this is the amazing thing when you see the film -- he came up to me three days after it started, maybe September 19 or 20. He was just on fire about this movement being positioned as the way to solve the debt crisis. The film starts off with a prologue, this debate in Washington about increasing the debt limits, and I end that prologue onscreen by saying that President Obama's popularity ratings were 39 percent. Andrew Breitbart, three days into it, was telling me, "You don't understand. This is how the left is going to change the discussion."

I'd done a couple Tea Party movies, and I said, "Andrew, you're just blowing steam. This is just a couple of people on the grates in Zucotti Park sleeping during the day." It wasn't until the Brooklyn Bridge incident a couple weeks in that I was convinced. Andrew got it right away. It took me several weeks to realize there was a story here worth telling -- and that it was something vastly different than was being portrayed.

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BuzzFeed: Occupy Lives On — In The Conservative Imagination - 9/21/2012 11:17:35 AM

It’s an attitude shaped less by fact than by a media narrative that plays up Occupy, as seen in the Caller and in “Occupy Unmasked,” a documentary produced by Citizens United this year. “Occupy Unmasked” is the brainchild of the late Andrew Breitbart, directed by his friend and business partner Steven Bannon.

“On September 19 he calls me and says we’ve got to do a movie,” Bannon told BuzzFeed in a phone interview. “I said Andrew, can you give this up? It’s just a bunch of college kids waiting for Radiohead.”

“It was really the Brooklyn Bridge thing when I thought, wow, that is well organized,” Bannon said, referring to the September 2011 protest in which 700 people were arrested while blocking traffic on their way from Manhattan to Brooklyn.

Bannon dismissed the notion that Occupy has lost steam.

“Anyone who writes that the Occupy movement is dead because it didn’t burn down Charlotte or Tampa totally misses the point,” he said. “I think this is a very large movement and a very well-organized movement.”

“If Obama wins the popular vote and Romney wins the electoral vote, the Occupy movement will be out in large numbers on November 7,” he said. “What you’re seeing today is the remnants of phase one. With Anonymous it can be pulled together very quickly.”

Occupy Unmasked does a convincing job of presenting Occupy that way. The film is narrated by Breitbart and Lee Stranahan, and focuses on the way Occupy was presented in the media, its associations with organized labor and the professional left, and the crime and general disarray that became pervasive in Zuccotti Park. Scenes of mayhem and masked protesters are set to ominous music, in one scene, a union member looks to have been assigned to follow Breitbart at Occupy Los Angeles.

It ends on a powerful note: the moment at the Conservative Political Action Conference this year, shortly before Breitbart’s death, when he stood outside and screamed at the occupiers protesting the event. “Stop raping people!” Breitbart yelled. “Behave yourselves!”

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CNN Early Start: Citizens United releases new movie 'Occupy Unmasked' – President Bossie on Breitbart's last project - 9/21/2012 11:10:21 AM

CNN clearly shows their bias in this interview:

Just as the country marked the one year anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street moment, a new documentary is being released based on the protests. “Occupy Unmasked” was conservative commentator and publisher Andrew Breitbart’s last project before he died earlier this year.


Breitbart TV: Lou Dobbs Excited About 'Occupy Unmasked' - 9/21/2012 11:09:48 AM


KTAR: 'Occupy Unmasked' film to premiere in Phoenix - 9/21/2012 10:11:24 AM

PHOENIX -- A new film that promises to expose the vulgarity and violence behind the Occupy Wall Street movement is opening in Valley theaters Friday.

Stephen Bannon, the writer and director of Occupy Unmasked, said the film will give a closer look at what really happened in Occupy Wall Street camps across the country.

"This is the untold story of the Occupy movement," he said. "It talks about the violence, the vulgarity, the anarchists that really run the Occupy movement and why it's such an important thing for people to understand because of the intimidation factor it can have on the citizenry."

Bannon said the film will show that the Occupy movement, which celebrated its one-year anniversary this week, is far from over.

"The Occupy movement is just in the first inning," he said.

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Big Government: Occupy Unmasked: Once Is Not Enough - 9/20/2012 4:53:45 PM

This is a warning to anybody planning to see Stephen K. Bannon’s "Occupy Unmasked" as it opens in theaters this weekend in Dallas, Denver, Phoenix and Los Angeles: clear some space on your calendar for a second viewing.

Occupy Unmasked is a dense film. It’s packed with ideas, images, sounds, and stories that were suppressed by a media culture all too eager to embrace the deeply un-American, radical ideas that lady at the heart of the Occupy movement and the modern left.

Prepare to be stunned. Bannon’s film is a gut punch to the liberal myth carefully built up by the mainstream media, academia, and forces of the institutional left.

In preview screenings, the audience was left rocked back on their heels by the sheer amount of information and imagery. Occupy Unmasked demonstrates the power that a cinematic experience can have over just reading a blog post or watching a short YouTube video. First you’ll be shocked, then you’ll get mad, and then you are going to start replaying parts of the film over in your mind. That’s the point that you’re going to want to head back to the theater for a second viewing.

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Big Hollywood: Review: 'Occupy Unmasked' Rips the Lies of the Movement to Shreds - 9/20/2012 4:50:54 PM

The Occupy movement was not an innocent attempt by youth across America that broke out spontaneously. It was, instead, a movement that was insidiously plotted by forces that intended to eliminate the United States forever from the free, liberty-loving, last best hope on earth it has always been.

The late Andrew Breitbart, with his close friend Stephen K. Bannon, producer of the hit documentary "Undefeated," teamed up to make Occupy Unmasked, Breitbart’s last work, the shocking documentary that rips away the façade from the Occupy movement and lays bare for all the world to see how nefarious the movement truly is.

As Bannon succinctly and eloquently states, “For those who’ve been paying attention, this film is an affirmation. For those who haven’t, it’s a revelation.”

No stone was left unturned in the making of the film; the duo pored over video evidence, documented proof, and exposed email chains galore.

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Mark Davis: Occupy Unmasked - 9/20/2012 11:21:33 AM

Dave Bossie, president of Citizens United join us to discuss a new film he’s produced about the Occupy movement, “OCCUPY UNMASKED.” Led by hugely influential conservative visionary, the late Andrew Breitbart, this film reveals exclusive footage and eyewitness accounts that tell the stories that the mainstream media have mostly ignored, including criminal activity, raw brutality in the camps, and direct links to activists who planned and manipulated the movement.

LISTEN HERE (Beginning at the 20 minute mark)

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Big Hollywood: What You Can Do To Help Promote 'Occupy Unmasked' - 9/19/2012 6:37:37 PM

By Occupy Unmasked cast member Lee Stranahan:

We're seeing evidence across the country of a huge Obama backlash and a mighty conservative awakening as liberty-loving Americans are voting with their pocketbooks. First came the impossible-to-miss show of support for free speech at Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day. Next, the conservative film "2016: Obama's America" became the summer's sleeper hit sensation.

This Friday, the new film "Occupy Unmasked" opens; a guided tour of the Occupy Wall Street movement hosted by Andrew Breitbart that exposes its origins in '30s and '60s radicalism and its connection to both labor unions and the Obama administration.

Here’s how you can help generate buzz and box office success for the movie and its message:

  1. Start pre-promotion now. Send out this list of theaters through your social media connections or just email it to your friends. The film opens Friday in Dallas, Denver, Phoenix and Los Angeles.  If you aren’t near one of those cities, keep reading: there’s still a lot you can do.
  2. Get your tickets IN ADVANCE. Some of these screenings are already sold out, and we don’t want  frustrated audience members out there. Getting advanced tickets assures you’ll be able to see "Occupy Unmask" this weekend and not "Finding Nemo" 3-D.
  3. If you’re in Denver, Dallas, Phoenix or Los Angeles don’t just go see "Occupy Unmasked" this weekend – write, tweet and blog about it. If you’re a budding blogger, the release of "Occupy Unmasked" is a good way to cut your teeth on film reviewing or doing a more in-depth look at the Occupy movement yourself. Remember: you are more than welcome to embed the "Occupy Unmasked" trailer on your own web site using the embed codes provided via YouTube.
  4. If your phone has a video camera and a way to upload to YouTube, you can do a quick video review right outside the theater and get it online in less than five minutes. If you are camera shy, use your mobile phone to videotape a couple of other people who've seen the movie and post that to YouTube. If you do post some sort of video review, make sure that you promote it on social media like Twitter and Facebook using the #OccupyUnmasked hashtag
  5. Use the hashtag #OccupyUnmasked when you tweet about the film.
  6. If you are not near Denver, Dallas, Phoenix or Los Angeles and you want to see "Occupy Unmasked" come to a theater near you, one of the best ways to make that happen is to tell your friends in those four cities to see the film on opening weekend. As we’ve seen with the success of the "2016," money talks. Whatever ideological resistance Hollywood may have to conservative films, all of that evaporates when they see that there’s an audience for them.
  7. If you see other people tweeting about the movie or discussing on Facebook, be sure to retweet, "like" and (especially) share. The Facebook SHARE feature is one of the ways to really make something go viral, so be sure to use it. The audiences who already seen the film at places like the Republican and Democratic national conventions were blown away by the sheer amount of information that the film delivered about what is really behind OWS. With your help, it’s a message we can get out to the entire nation starting this weekend.

Breitbart TV: Breitbart Shines In Re-Cut 'Occupy Unmasked' Trailer - 9/19/2012 4:19:14 PM

In preparation for this week's release of Citizen's United film "Occupy Unmasked," filmmaker Stephen K. Bannon released a re-cut trailer featuring the voice and powerful presence of Andrew Breitbart, the brainchild behind the film and the leader of the new media push-back against the anarchistic movement.

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Conservative Daily News: Occupy Unmasked - 9/19/2012 3:42:58 PM

“For those who’ve been paying attention, this film is an affirmation. For those who haven’t, it’s a revelation.” – Stephen Bannon, CEO of Victory Film Group and close personal friend of the late Andrew Breitbart

Stephen Bannon, producer of the popular documentary Undefeated, teamed up with Citizens United and Andrew Breitbart to “rip the mask off” the Occupy movement.

Coming soon to a theater near you is arguably the best work, and potentially most important work, of the late Andrew Breitbart. His last documentary, Occupy Unmasked, takes everything you think you know about the Occupy movement and turns it on its head. Through video evidence, documented proof and exposed email chains, Breitbart walks the viewer through the Occupy camps and rips the mask off the perceived intent of the protests to reveal the truly dark nature of the movement.

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The Shark Tank: Bannon Discusses ‘The Hope and Change’ and ‘Occupy Unmasked’ Movie Releases - 9/18/2012 6:28:10 PM

...Bannon discussed his two most recent cinematic accomplishments- The Hope and Change, and Occupy Unmasked movies that were both produced by Citizens United.  The two movies bring much needed scrutiny of President Obama’s failed presidency as well as the much hyped Occupy Movement- a protest movement that receives its cues and is manipulated by surrogates of the Obama administration.

The Hope and Change will be released on TV this Tuesday September 18, 2012, and is a movie comprised of the lives of forty Americans- both Democrats and Independents who drank the Obama Kool-Aid in 2008 and had a “very strong emotional” attachment to Obama but are now regretting their decision to vote for him.

...Occupy Unmasked, which is scheduled for release on September 21st, is an incisive look at the Occupy Movement from its inception and the movie carefully documents how the movement grew its legs with an assist from the mainstream media and the “professional” Left that was looking for a counter movement to the ‘Tea Party’ movement that would potentially blunt the effective job it has done to counter the socialist agenda of the left.

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Big Government: Breitbart Alive, at #War in 'Occupy Unmasked' - 9/18/2012 11:02:03 AM

The Citizens United film by Stephen K. Bannon opens at theaters in Denver, Dallas, Phoenix, and Los Angeles this Friday, but the original trailer for the film has been online for months and building momentum for an eager audience. When I saw that there was a completely recut trailer, I wondered why they'd decided to recreate an already effective trailer.

Then I watched the trailer and it all made sense.

The new trailer puts a much greater emphasis on the star and force behind the film: Andrew Breitbart.

If you are a Breitbart fan, if you were influenced by Andrew Breitbart, whether Breitbart profoundly changed your life or whether you were one of the millions of people who were occasionally amused and amazed by Andrew's media appearances -- you must see Occupy Unmasked to fully appreciate how much we lost on March 1st, 2012.

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Big Government: Arab Spring and Its Occupy (Unmasked) Cousin Both Berserk over Critics' Movies - 9/17/2012 3:00:26 PM

While Americans watch aghast as the Obama-endorsed Arab Spring uprisings explode into violence allegedly over the contents of a movie, we have a small shadow version taking place right here over the upcoming Citizens United production "Occupy Unmasked," presented by Andrew Breitbart and directed by Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon.   The kindred spirits of anti-Americanism connected with the Occupy Wall Street movement in conjunction with elements of Anonymous have waged war on some key people connected with the film, myself included.

As the September 21st theatrical release of the film gets closer, the threats issued against Brandon Darby and me have escalated. There’s been "doxing" -- the release of personal information including my home address, photos of my family and even my ex-wife -- in addition to wild, defamatory accusations including child pornography and pedophila. This information has been spread by a small group of people connected to supporters of the Occupy movement. The threats and intimidation are so bad that my family is being forced to move because we are no longer feel safe in our own community.

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Although I’m currently getting hit hard right now, these sort of attacks have also happened against other people featured in "Occupy Unmasked," like Brandon Darby and Mandy Nagy aka Liberty Chick. Of course, anyone who followed Andrew Breitbart on Twitter knew that our fallen leader was a constant target of false, vile attacks from liberals.

I’ve been able to watch Stephen K. Bannon's "Occupy Unmasked" several times now with audiences across the country, and there’s a powerful section in the middle of the film that I’ve noticed invariably makes the audience break out in spontaneous applause. While discussing the connection between "hackivist" group Anonymous and the Occupy Wall Street movement, journalist Bryan Carmody gives an impassioned speech about how he was attacked, defamed online, doxed, and called a pedophile and an arsonist. He points out that people behind these attacks usually hide their identities and work in secret collusion.

People cheer when Carmody uses the exact right word to describe these fiends: cowards.

These particular cowards went to war with the film "Occupy Unmasked" just as soon as it was announced.  They are roaches who run when the lights go on and then intimidate women and children. They don’t want you or anyone to see "Occupy Unmasked" in exactly the same way and exactly the same reason that the Arab Spring barbarians don’t want anyone to see the film that criticizes their idol.

Make no mistake: Occupy and the institutional left want to keep the mask on.

"Occupy Unmasked" is in select theaters this Friday.

Read more about what the Occupy Unmasked cast members have been subject to by OWS sympathizers


Big Government: Occupiers, Meet the Resistance - 9/16/2012 3:59:37 PM

Andrew knew far more about the Occupy movement than I did, and knowledge vaccinated him against my strain of daftly misguided compassion. He had spent long months working on the chilling new film Occupy Unmasked, poring over news items, inside accounts from former members, and detailed police reports. He also had followed the networks of national far-left organizations and politicized, well-funded labor unions, and he knew that what presents itself as a kind of national flash mob—a spontaneous outburst of idealistic fervor—was in fact a carefully manufactured product, like a new brand of toothbrush.

That comparison would infuriate the rank and file who in the past year filled public places and invaded private property, because the openly stated agenda of the Occupy movement was to smash “capitalism,” radically redistribute income, and produce a “new” socialist America. How do I know this? From watching

Occupy Unmasked, where I lost count of the number of signs, t-shirts, posters, and crudely sprayed graffiti messages saying exactly that. There were pictures of Che Guevara and Hugo Chavez, flags of Cuba and of Hamas. There were Black Panther salutes, and black ski masks, and plenty of anarchist flags.

I also saw plenty of placards and t-shirts denouncing the police, most memorably the Occupy sign that read “My Heroes Have Always Killed Cops.” The film documents how Occupy demonstrators attack and provoke local police—ironically, it’s often upper-middle class white kids taunting African-American policemen, who are singled out for racist taunts of “Jim Crow” and “Uncle Tom”—and how the hacker group Anonymous coordinates its efforts with Occupy, publicizing names and addresses of street cops and dissenting journalists to expose them to intimidation and threats. The goal of provoking cops, the film reveals, is to force police to arrest protestors—whom the media uniformly present as peace-loving, idealistic protestors suppressed by brute force. We shouldn’t be too surprised by this either; as the film shows, a reporter from the New York Times who was allegedly covering the Occupy movement was actually one of its organizers.

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The Minority Report: Citizens United to Release “Occupy Unmasked” Sept. 21, Last Major Work of Andrew Breitbart - 9/14/2012 3:20:01 PM

“Occupy Unmasked,” Andrew Breitbart’s last major work, will be released in theaters September 21st. The film also features former leftist radicals turned patriotic citizen journalists Brandon Darby, David Horowitz, Pam Keys, Anita MonCrief, Mandy Nagy, and Lee Stranahan, among others, as it delves beneath the surface of the Occupy movement to show its anarchist roots, led by those who advocate the use of violence and intimidation as protest tactics.  These tactics stem back to the anti-war protests of the 1960’s, the anti-nuclear weapons protests of the 80’s, the WTO protests and Environmental Liberation Front of the 90’s, and the IMF protests of recent years.  The film also shows the knee-jerk rush among liberal political leaders such as President Obama and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, as well media and entertainment celebrities, to embrace the movement only to be embarrassed by its inevitable failings.

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WBFF FOX45: "Occupy Unmasked": A Documentary on the Occupy Movement - 9/14/2012 2:41:39 PM

The Occupy movement started at a park in New York City with a small group of protesters upset about the Wall Street Bailouts.  They called themselves "The 99%." Producer David Bossie believes some of the protesters wanted to make a difference, but as the crowds grew and spread to other cities the message became mixed. The rhetoric heated up, but still the message was unclear. Eventually, violence erupted in many cities where occupiers had set up. Writer Steve Bannon sifted through hours of coverage from TV crews across America for a film.  The film is called "Occupy Unmasked", after the "Anonymous" ,a group of computer Hackers behind the movement who hid their identities, but sought to disclose personal information and hack into accounts of anyone they deemed a threat to their cause. These actions - coupled with violence - are why filmmakers feel the movement lost momentum, driving away peaceful protestors. The film features footage from several cities from the west coast to the east coast.

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Washington Examiner: Breitbart’s final work revealed: ‘Occupy Unmasked’ - 9/14/2012 2:21:49 PM

Conservative media rabble-rouser Andrew Breitbart's final major work, a graphic movie about the Occupy Wall Street movement, debuts next week, cementing his reputation as one of the right's major forces.

In "Occupy Unmasked," Breitbart, who died March 1, says, "We are finally telling you the true story of the radicals behind the Occupy movement."

The Citizens United-produced movie hits theaters September 21 at a time with other right-leaning movies, such as "2016: Obama's America," are gaining in popularity and are poised to influence the presidential election.

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Big Government: 'Occupy Unmasked' Q&A a Spirited Debate for Opposing Viewpoints - 9/13/2012 3:30:11 PM

The much-anticipated screening of the Andrew Breitbart/Citizens United production of Steven K. Bannon’s "Occupy Unmasked" was an object lesson in the difference between the left and the right in ways that went far beyond just what was on the screen. The progressive establishment has become the enemy of free speech in America, and the new conservative movement, as typified by the late Andrew Breitbart, has become its bastion. So when a noticeably large contingent of leftist media and organizers including Code Pink showed up at the RNC screening of "Occupy Unmasked," they were welcomed rather than turned away. The hope was that the guests would follow Andrew Breitbart’s advice to CPAC occupiers and behave. Fortunately for everyone, the audience was perfectly well-behaved and there were no outbursts or violent attempts to stop the film.

This led to a lively and dynamic question-and-answer session with stars of the film, including Anita Moncrief, Brandon Darby, Mandy Nagy, Lee Stranahan, Bryan Carmody, and producers David Bossie and Steven K. Bannon.

Not surprisingly, the film and its critical depiction of the Occupy movement was received well by the conservatives in attendance and not especially kindly by the defenders of the movement.

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Fox News: Breitbart film bares roots of 'Occupy' movement - 9/9/2012 3:03:47 PM

The Occupy Wall Street movement’s 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 president’s 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.


Big Hollywood: Fox News: Occupy Unmasked 'Explosive' - 9/7/2012 3:24:34 PM

Today, FoxNews.com gave a glowing review to Citizens United’s and Andrew Breitbart’s “Occupy Unmasked,” directed by Stephen K. Bannon. “The Occupy Wall Street movement’s dark underbelly is on full display in an explosive new documentary set for release later this month.”

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Big Government: Citizens United Movies Remind DNC of Obama, 'Occupy' Failures Before Obama Speech - 9/6/2012 3:57:34 PM

Hours before President Barack Obama attempts to make the nation fall in love with his rhetoric again, Stephen K. Bannon’s “The Hope and The Change,” which Sean Hannity said was the most powerful documentary he had ever seen, will be screened during the Democratic National Convention at 3 p.m in Charlotte, North Carolina at the Dilworth Neighborhood Grille.

The movie follows the noon showing, at the same location, of “Occupy Unmasked,” which stars the late Andrew Breitbart as he dismantles the notion that the radical “Occupy” movement was nonviolent and organic.

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Big Hollywood: 'Occupy Unmasked' Screens At DNC - 9/6/2012 3:26:51 PM

Filmmaker Stephen K. Bannon, executive producer Larry Solov and cast members Brandon Darby, Anita MonCrief and Lee Stranahan took the Occupy movement exposé, "Occupy Unmasked," to the Democratical National Convention in Charlotte today. The film was produced by the leading conservative organization Citizens United.

"We wanted to go behind 'enemy lines' because this film is really about creating a dialogue that hasn't existed. The media showed the public one side of Occupy. We're showing the other," Bannon said.

Bannon has described the movie as 'a war film' that documents both the history of the Occupy movement and the ideology and organization behind it.

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Hot Air: Andrew Breitbart’s “Occupy Unmasked” to Screen at DNC Convention - 9/5/2012 11:34:15 AM

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.

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