Tea Party members James Patrick Riley and Jonathan Wilson have founded Colony Bay Productions to provide heroic and inspirational stories of America’s founders.
“I have been working in Hollywood for awhile, and I’m always amazed that we don’t see more content from a conservative point of view, and that there hasn’t been more done on the American Revolution,” Wilson, who also founded of the Pasadena chapter of the Tea Party, told FOX411’s Pop Tarts. “It was a hugely dramatic time in our history, and we want to delve into what the average American experienced during this period. Our biggest hope is that audiences will be interested in the people that founded this great country, and how they stood up to the British.”
“I think it’s critically important to really know this country, and we want to produce fictional dramatic content from a conservative point-of-view,” said the company’s co-founder and writer/director of “Colony,” James Patrick Riley. “Hollywood tends to operate on propaganda agenda, and portrays conservatives as half-wits.”