Breitbart News

Thursday, September 27, 2012


(Los Angeles, CA) Hating Breitbart, a feature-length documentary that takes an in-depth look at the final days of controversial New Media pioneer, Andrew Breitbart, who, before his untimely death earlier this year, became a conservative icon and one of the nation's most influential political commentators; is set to hit
theaters on October 12, 2012. Hating Breitbart will debut in exclusive engagements in Los Angeles, St. Louis, Dallas and Washington, D.C., with scheduled expansion to cities across the country in subsequent weeks. Written and directed by award-winning independent filmmaker and multi-media producer, Andrew Marcus; Hating Breitbart is an up-close expose into the last two-years of Breitbart’s life and is the story of the man who achieved national attention by upending the traditional press and repeatedly found himself the target of a media feeding frenzy.

“Andrew Breitbart was able to engage and galvanize the conservative base of Americans, like few others in our time,” says Marcus. “Even before his untimely death earlier this year, Andrew had in many ways, already achieved iconic status as a fearless activist and champion of conservative values. Passionately loved by many and hated vehemently by others, Andrew was a true enigma – a champion of the people and a larger-than-life personality, who declared war on the mainstream media and on the institutional left. Hating Breitbart will show you how and why he did it and his quest to change the landscape of American cultural.”

Production on Hating Breitbart took place over the span of 30 months in more than 15 cities across the United States. Marcus enjoyed exclusive, behind-thescenes access to Breitbart during his various high-profile and often contentious battles with the media - from the release of the explosive ACORN videos through the Anthony Weiner scandal.

Hating Breitbart also includes appearances, interviews and commentary from Breitbart’s family, friends and associates, including his father-in-law Orson Bean, ABC Nightline anchor Terry Moran, Editor-in-chief of Reason Magazine Nick Gillespie, New York Times columnist Jeremy Peters,’s Tommy
Christopher and Colby Hall.

Andrew Breitbart initially worked for Matt Drudge in the early days of The Drudge Report; an influential and pioneering website in the then field of news aggregation. Breitbart went on to help to develop and launch The Huffington Post and to create a string of his own successful websites, including, Big Hollywood, Big Government, Big Journalism and In 2009, he stepped out from behind the scenes, becoming a controversial public figure in his stalwart support of the Tea Party movement and his relentless demand that mainstream media outlets reveal their cultural and political biases.

Hating Breitbart is a Pixel & Verse Production, written and directed by Andrew Marcus, in association with Filmcrest Entertainment. Distribution is through Rocky Mountain Pictures.

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Twitter: @HatingBreitbart


Anonymous said...

It's a crying shame that more of those who have a public forum don't have the passion and courage that Mr. Breitbart had to stand in the face of the liberal mainstream media and their insane beliefs about this Country. We need to support all Media outlets who can, with clarity and resolve, speak the truth at the national level without timidity, apology and fear. It's time to put the liberal mentality on the defensive!

Anonymous said...

The north end of Liberty County may have its problems with that idiot Tookie Kirkham and that lazy Henry Patterson buzzing around, but think of what comes in from the west and the south. You have Robert Valdez coming in from Fresno and reporting the news from his “alternate world” and you have “Fast Eddie” furiously peddling his air-condition free filth mobile in under the cover of dark inventing his view of things from the hazy fog of all of the drugs and misconceptions and lies he has exposed himself to.

Anonymous said...

It looks like Liberty County will remove all of the old corruption from office with the ballot rather than actually using the halls of justice. The elite are treated different than the average.