After premiers at CPAC and the National Tea Party Convention, Citizens United’s new film, “Generation Zero,” hit the big screen again, Georgetown style.
Dave Bossie, producer of the film, said, “I’m always trying to create new movies. It really came to me that it wasn’t an issue of one person … it was really a generational issue.”
‘Generation Zero’ was screened at the Loews Theatre in Georgetown with about 350 people in attendence, according to Diane Clohesy, New Media Manager for Citizens United.
By Steve Bannon, the hour-and-a-half-long documentary focuses on the U.S. fiscal crisis but takes an unconventional view in assessing the cause of the problem. The movie exposes the history of past generations and their mentality that eventually led to bad business practices and a financial meltdown.
Bossie, who is also the president of Citizens United, commented on the recent court case case that took the group all the way to the Supreme Court.