By John Solomon
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"Sugar Man," "Detopia" and "Ethel" were among the 15 documentaries deemed eligible for an Oscar by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science on Tuesday. But not "2016: Obama's America."
To many, Donald Trump still cuts a striking presidential figure across the political landscape. No matter how much his critics squawk, Mr. Trump's fans remain convinced that the billionaire would still make a swell president.
Can Americans discern between the "dreams" of President Obama and those of the Founding Fathers? The makers of the upcoming documentary film "2016: Obama's America" hope so. "I've got a strong desire to defend against the changes in our culture, our life, our laws, our freedom. We now have someone in office who has professed a desire for change, and this has disturbed me," producer Gerald R. Molen tells Inside the Beltway.
We now have someone in office who has professed a desire for change, and this has disturbed me," producer Gerald R. Molen recently told Inside the Beltway; he is the Oscar-winning force behind "Schindler's List," and among many other blockbusters.
"All Americans want the same kind of country. Being united would be wonderful. But we're divided now, and it's frightening," Mr. Molen says.