"The Undefeated" could be considered an interesting title for a film about Sarah Palin, a woman who lost the 2008 presidential campaign as Sen. John McCain's running mate.
To filmmaker and Laguna Beach resident Stephen K. Bannon, the title is far from ironic.
"The reason I wanted to make it was that I was tired of people on Wall Street and in Washington calling her 'Caribou Barbie'," he said.
The documentary, which opened in theaters July 15, follows Palin's entry into the American political landscape — her time as the mayor of Wasilla, Alaska, her stint as governor, her designation as the first Republican woman nominated for the vice presidency and her popularity within the tea party movement.
A former investment banker, Bannon is no stranger to film or to conservative politics.
The co-founder of the National Tea Party Federation, he wrote and directed "Fire from the Heartland," a film about Rep. Michele Bachmann, and "Generation Zero," which is about the financial collapse in America.