Dinesh D'Souza to Marry, Ted Cruz's Father to Handle the Nuptials

Dinesh D'Souza and Pastor Rafael Cruz Split- Getty-H 2016
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The 'Hillary's America' filmmaker's guest list will contain some prominent players in conservative politics.

At a secret location in San Diego on Saturday, Dinesh D'Souza will take a break from putting the final touches on his anti-Hillary Clinton movie to marry Debbie Fancher. Officiating is Pastor Rafael Cruz, whose son, Ted, is running for president.

The guest list is being kept under wraps, though it contains some prominent players in conservative politics. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that pianist Stephen Limbaugh will provide the music, but it's not known if cousin Rush will attend.

"It's the second marriage for both of us, so there won't be a lot of glitter," D'Souza tells The Hollywood Reporter. "We'll have people whose names you'll recognize, but it's mostly a family affair and we'd rather not emphasize the guest list."

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz won't be attending, D'Souza added.

Also invited is Gerald Molen, the Oscar-winning producer of Schindler's List who is also producing Hillary's America, which is D'Souza's upcoming documentary not only about the Democratic frontrunner for president, but also the alleged past sins of her party.

See the controversial trailer for Hillary's America here.

"This movie goes to the heart of the Democratic claim of moral superiority," D'Souza said Friday. "From the very beginning to the present day, the Democrat party has been unswervingly opposed to civil rights."

D'Souza plans to open Hillary's America wide just prior to the Democratic National Convention, which is planned for July in Philadelphia. No distributor is yet attached.

The elder Cruz was born in Cuba and joined the communist revolution as a teenager. He regretted fighting for Fidel Castro and escaped Cuba in 1957. He became an evangelical Christian in 1975 and has been preaching ever since. D'Souza said he chose him to officiate in part because his fiancee is friends with Pastor Cruz.

D'Souza, 54, divorced his first wife in 2013.

Fancher, 50, immigrated from Venezuela at age 10. She was working for a Republican group in Texas when she discovered some Spanish-language videos of Bill Ayers promoting socialism in South America. She reached out to D'Souza to see if he'd be interested in them, given he had recently debated the controversial leftist, and the two began dating shortly thereafter.