This week’s invite-only Hollywood premiere of Hating Breitbart maxed out its 470-seat theater space prompting an overflow theater to be booked.
Director Andrew Marcus’s exploration of Andrew Breitbart’s mission to expose media bias and empower citizen journalists doesn’t officially open until May 17. The May 1 screening is the first of 10 such “leader” screenings around the country in markets where the film will open.
Tomorrow’s screening will feature a panel discussion after the film featuring Marcus, former Columbia Pictures President Frank Price, Breitbart News CEO Larry Solov and director Lionel Chetwynd.
Hollywood may be a left-of-center town, but apparently its denizens remain fascinated by the work–and legacy–of Andrew Breitbart.