The makers of the anti-abortion movie “Gosnell,” about prolific Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell, and his murder conviction, are sticking it to the pro-abortion community by debuting it not just in Hollywood but in the theater built by one of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s biggest donors.
The crowd-funded movie Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer is set to premiere Oct. 9 in Saban Theater, the historic venue renamed for Democratic donor Haim Saban who funded its renovation.
The movie documents the investigation and conviction of Gosnell and makes the case against abortion, especially late-term abortions.
“We are delighted to be bringing the truth to the heart of Hollywood -- especially in a venue with such close connections to Hillary Clinton, Planned Parenthood’s biggest supporter,” said producer and co-writer Phelim McAleer.
“I have just sent a premiere invite to Hillary Clinton -- she should know what it is she is supporting,” he added of the movie that opens in theaters Oct. 11-12.
Its debut comes just weeks after Clinton daughter Chelsea Clinton said it would be "un-Christian" to put limits on abortion.
Gosnell's trial won very little media attention until anti-abortion activists pressed for coverage. In 2013 he was convicted of killing three babies by cutting their spines after botched abortions.
Saban is one of the Clinton Foundation’s top donors, and was also a big moneyman for her presidential campaign. Politico called him, “Team Clinton's favorite billionaire.”
It’s unclear if the theater knows the subject of the movie since officials didn’t ask and McAleer didn’t offer.
“There are going to be hundreds of people at this premiere -- they are delighted to be in the center of Hollywood -- we are going to have quite a party,” he told Secrets.