A much talked-about film that exposes the horrors of the abortion industry is slated to premier in a theater built by a major donor to pro-abortion politician Hillary Clinton.
“Gosnell: America’s Biggest Serial Killer” will be in theaters beginning Oct. 12, but it is scheduled to premier Oct. 9 at the historic Saban Theater in Hollywood, California, The Washington Examiner reports.
The theater is named after Haim Saban who paid for the theater’s renovations; he also happens to be one of pro-abortion Democrat Hillary Clinton’s biggest financial supporters, the report states.
Film producer Phelim McAleer said they are proud to host their premier in the historic theater and one connected to abortion activists.
“We are delighted to be bringing the truth to the heart of Hollywood — especially in a venue with such close connections to Hillary Clinton, Planned Parenthood’s biggest supporter,” McAleer said.
Here’s more from the report:
Saban is one of the Clinton Foundation’s top donors, and was also a big moneyman for her presidential campaign. Politico called him, “Team Clinton’s favorite billionaire.”
It’s unclear if the theater knows the subject of the movie since officials didn’t ask and McAleer didn’t offer.
“There are going to be hundreds of people at this premiere — they are delighted to be in the center of Hollywood — we are going to have quite a party,” he told Secrets.
McAleer also said he sent a premier invitation to Hillary Clinton – “she should know what it is she is supporting.”
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The film drama follows the true story of Kermit Gosnell, a Philadelphia abortionist who convicted of murdering newborn babies and numerous other crimes inside his “house of horrors” abortion facility. It stars Dean Cain (“Lois & Clark”) and is directed by Nick Searcy (“The Shape of Water,” “Justified”).
The film has been a long time in coming. The filmmakers have been hitting roadblocks since they began their project more than four years ago. Their struggles began when the crowdfunding site Kickstarter refused to allow McAleer and co-producer Ann McElhinney to fundraiser there. They later broke a crowdfunding record on Indiegogo.
Then, last month, NPR rejected an ad for the film because it used the term “abortion doctor,” according to The Daily Beast. NPR claimed the term is not “value neutral,” but it has used the term in its own reporting numerous times.
In 2013, a jury convicted Gosnell of murdering three newborn babies and contributing to the death of a female patient, along with numerous other crimes. He was sentenced to three consecutive life terms in prison.
The movie is rated PG-13. At least 750 theaters across the U.S. are slated to show the film. For more details, visit gosnellmovie.com.