The Hill article President Donald Trump’s Dream History is being accused of having an unfair twist to it by an attorney for a group that was suing the film’s distributor over copyright infringement claims.
The Dream History website says that its producers used “numerous creative choices” in the film to create a narrative that “shows how the film could have been made and that the movie would have had a different ending.”
The site also says that “Dream History is a fictional account that is based on real events.”
The Dream History site says that Dream History was made for a production company called DreamWorks Animation and that it was not the company that made the film, but the DreamWorks executive who “created the story.”
The DreamHistory site says the “Dreams” were created for “one purpose: to create an accurate portrayal of life in the United States in the 20th Century.”
The Hill obtained a copy of the Dream History production company’s registration with the U.S. Copyright Office.
The registration says that the company is based in California.
In a statement released to The Hill, DreamWorks said, “The DreamHistories website is a parody.
Its claims of authenticity are completely false.”
The studio also pointed to the “fair use” doctrine, which protects “the fair use of copyrighted material in providing a service to the public.”
DreamWorks, in a statement to TheHill, said, the DreamHistory website “is a blatant misrepresentation of DreamWorks’ fair use doctrine.
The DreamHistory company’s own legal team has thoroughly investigated the site’s claims of fair use and found them to be false.”
DreamWorks has faced multiple copyright claims over DreamHistory since its creation in 2015.
The site claims that “the DreamHistory films are not part of Dreamworks’ copyrighted history” and that DreamWorks has used the DreamHistorical films “in an effort to falsely portray the Dreamworks company and its employees as heroic and heroic-like.”
The company has also faced claims that DreamHistory is a “scam site,” a claim that Dreamworks denies.
The Hill also reached out to DreamWorks and DreamHistory for comment on the claims of false history.
DreamWorks did not respond by press time.
The site has also been accused of being “politically motivated” by claiming that Dreamers “support a wide range of anti-government and anti-constitutional political groups.”
The website states that Dreamerans “want to end the corruption of government and replace it with the rule of law.”
Dreameras website states, “Dreamers believe that government should be limited to the laws it is elected to pass, not the laws they choose to write and enforce.”
TheDream History website also states that the Dreames movie, “is one of the most controversial movies in the history of film,” with its critics “spreading rumors and misinformation” about the film.
Dream History also said that it is “frequently the subject of violent protests, including death threats.”
Dream History’s claims about the films authenticity are “not true,” according to a statement from DreamWorks to TheBlaze.
DreamHistory’s website also says it “has not been used in any way by anyone other than the filmmakers.”
DreamHistory is not the first Hollywood movie to face accusations of being a “fake.”
In 2015, a lawsuit against Paramount Pictures over a sequel to the film “Star Wars: Episode VII” accused the studio of using the film as a way to push a political agenda.