Obama nemesis continues film work amid federal sentence

Dinesh D’Souza releasing DVD while preparing for 2016 feature.

Even as he serves an eight-month sentence at a community confinement center in San Diego and is barred from traveling outside the county, filmmaker and bestselling author Dinesh D’Souza is set to release for digital formats his anti-Obama film “America: Imagine the World Without Her” and continues to secure financing for a 2016 film.

“America” earned $14 million at the box office, making it the No. 6 political documentary of all time, and will be released Tuesday on DVD, Blu-ray and streaming. The new release will have more than 40 minutes of additional footage, including interviews with Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas; former POW John Fer; liberal activist Ward Churchill; and conservative activist and WND columnist Star Parker.

“Our investors are extremely pleased we were able to make ‘America’ a commercial success and that we did well enough to get them their money back,” D’Souza told WND in a telephone interview.

He said the investors haven’t been deterred by his sentencing in September to eight months in the work-release center, five years of probation and a $30,000 fine after pleading guilty to campaign finance violations. He must also undergo psychological therapy along with teaching weekly English classes to immigrants.


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