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Topic - Stephen K. Bannon
The ReelzChannel television network says it scheduled a pro-Sarah Palin documentary on the same weekend as HBO's "Game Change" debut strictly for business considerations, not political ones.
For better or worse, here comes "Game Change", the big-budget HBO film dramatizing the 2008 presidential election. Because of its scheduling close to the Super Tuesday primaries, another filmmaker smells a partisan rat.
"When they made this film, they thought Sarah Palin was going to be in the race," Mr. Bannon told the Los Angeles Times, adding there was a conspiracy afoot to "destroy" any of her political prospects.
"The Undefeated" filmmaker Stephen K. Bannon said, "Given the strong audience reaction, we have determined there is overwhelming demand for us to get this film out broadly enough to cover the entire nation in September and October."