Guerrilla filmmaking crosses into both sides of the political spectrum!
Here’s something scary from the right – they can use grassroots marketing too!
From the Washington Times:
Indie filmmakers tap grass roots
By Sonny Bunch
Hoping to tap the rising tide of populist anger and activism on the right, husband-and-wife filmmaking duo Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney are bringing their new film, “Not Evil Just Wrong” — an answer to Al Gore’s global-warming documentary, “An Inconvenient Truth” — to as many people as possible through grass-roots screenings they’re calling “cinematic tea parties.”
These coordinated house-party screenings, scheduled for Oct. 18, are just one element in a unique marketing campaign that sidesteps traditional distribution avenues.
Mr. McAleer and Ms. McElhinney are part of a new breed of guerrilla filmmakers across the political spectrum Continue reading →