No Place Like Utopia|
A Joel Gilbert Film
Highway 61 Entertainment (highway61ent.com) is pleased to announce its new film for theatrical release this summer entitled There's No Place Like Utopia (theresnoplacelikeutopia.com) - a provocative and entertaining film about the roots and reality of Progressivism in America. Similar in style to the highly successful Michael Moore films, acclaimed director and filmmaker Joel Gilbert takes audiences on a horrifying and humorous journey of discovery across the USA.
Gilbert travels across America to find out what's at the end of the Progressive rainbow - Utopia or something far worse. From the ruins of Detroit to the slums of Chicago's South Side, and from Denver's illegal immigration invasion to Newark's urban removal project, Gilbert pulls back the curtain. His quest takes us deep into the roots of the political fantasy of Utopia, as he confronts Progressives about their plans for paradise on earth. Gilbert also interviews Jack Cashill, David Horowitz, Jerome Corsi and a leading ex-KGB officer about the realities of Socialism and Marxism. In this film audiences will learn about:
There's No Place Like Utopia is an exploration of Progressivism, amnesty for illegals, race relations, Islam in America, political correctness, and Barack Obama himself, who promises to "remake the world as it should be." But is Utopia a real destination for America, or does the true path to happiness still remain back home in Kansas via faith, family and hard work?
There's No Place Like Utopia will premiere in select theaters starting in Denver, Colorado in July, then expand to a nationwide release. Rocky Mountain Pictures, the distributors behind the successful theatrical run of 2016: Obama's America, is distributing this film to theaters. To view the trailer and for more information, visit the official film site: theresnoplacelikeutopia.com.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR: Joel Gilbert (joelgilbert.net ) is the director and writer of the recent political documentaries, Dreams from My Real Father (2012) , Atomic Jihad: Ahmadinejad's Coming War and Obama's Politics of Defeat (2010) and Farewell Israel: Bush, Iran and the Revolt of Islam (2008). Dreams from My Real Father was featured at the Republican National Convention in Tampa (2012). Atomic Jihad was screened at the CPAC Conference in Washington, D.C. and won the Hudson Institute Film Festival in 2010.