New Jimmy McMillan Movie to Premiere Next Month [Video]

“DAMN!” a feature length documentary about the gubernatorial campaign (and its aftermath) of Rent is Too Damn High Party spokesman Jimmy McMillan is slated to have a brief run at Cinema Village next August 12-19, according to the film’s director, Aaron Fisher-Cohen.

Fisher-Cohen told The Politicker that the genesis of the movie began slightly before McMillan’s legendary performance at the 2010 gubernatorial debate, but it was only afterwards that his filmmaking team knew that they had their gloved hands on a good story. Read More


  1. […] Lest we begin to forget about Jimmy McMillan, the gloved, “Rent Is Too Damn High Party” crusader, filmmaker Aaron Fisher-Cohen has just released the trailer for his upcoming documentary about the aspiring politician, entitled “DAMN!” The feature-length film, which, according to the Observer, will play Aug. 12 through 19 at Cinema Village on East 12th Street, is “about what happens to someone who sees success overnight in the viral age,” Fisher-Cohen said. McMillan told The Real Deal earlier this year that he didn’t believe his 15 minutes of fame were up yet. Looks like he was right. [NYO] […]

  2. […] today the New York Observer reports a trailer has been released and the film will screen at Cinema Village next August 12-19. […]

  3. Anonymous says:


    Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was Count Vampire J. Machiavelli

    VJ Machiavelli
    The Legislative Budget is Too Damn High

  4. […] shown at the Brooklyn Film Festival and the Little Rock Film Festival. Director Aaron Fisher-Cohen told The Politicker that the Cinema Village movie theater in Greenwich Village will also briefly screen […]

  5. […] a documentary about the Rent is too Damn High candidate’s rise to fame in the viral age and Politicker reports that it will air at Cinema Village August 12-19. It’s Jimmy like you’ve never […]

  6. […] • “DAMN!” a documentary of “Rent is Too Damn High Party” leader Jimmy McMillan, will drop next month. (PolitickerNY) […]