A documentary exploring the Antifa movement is scheduled for release at Milo Yiannopoulous’ “Free Speech Week” at the University of California – Berkeley between Sunday, September 24 and Wednesday, September 27.
The documentary, entitled “America Under Siege: Antifa” details the goals and origins of the shadowy “anti-fascist” group that propelled themselves into the mainstream during President Trump’s 2016 election campaign. To this day, the group continues to assault those on the right and innocent bystanders alike. (RELATED: Protest Showdown Between Antifa And Patriot Prayer Results In Arrests)
The documentary is narrated by conservative commentator Trevor Loudon, and features several other right-wing activists, including Milo Yiannopoulous, Lauren Southern, Jack Posobiec, and Gavin McInnes.
“America Under Siege: Antifa delves into the origins and goals of the radical Antifa movement. While Antifa has garnered significant media coverage in recent weeks, very few Americans truly understand the movement’s motivations and history. Our new film represents the most in-depth look yet at America’s most infamous modern-day movement and its disturbing impact on American society,” producer Jake Klein said in a statement.
The Berkeley “Free Speech Week” already sparked controversy, with faculty members even calling for a boycott. (RELATED: Berkeley Faculty Suggests Boycotting Classes To Protest Milo’s ‘Free Speech Week’)