Warner Bros is making a film about improper detentions at Guantanamo Bay. It's not, however, about the current "WOT" detainees, but instead about the HIV+ Haitian immigrants in the early 90s.
A sample article on the events of the time can be found here
From comingsoon.net and also aintitcool.com;
Warner Bros. has made a preemptive purchase of Storming the Court, an upcoming book about a group of Yale law students and professors who successfully sued the U.S. government and two presidents for detaining Haitian immigrants at Guantanamo Bay in the early 1990s. Michael Seitzman will write the script and direct. Nick Wechsler will produce.
Michael Seitzman hasn't written or directed anything I've heard of, but Nick Weschler produced a number of films including Requiem for a Dream, 25th Hour and the upcoming The Fountain.
I ran a search on the book, and found this amazon.com entry
Also according to amazon, on the page for his one other publication [a jokey book about implicit 'contracts' in life written up as real contracts]:
Brandt Goldstein, a graduate of Yale Law School ... co-founded the online legal journal Writ, and his work has appeared in The New York Times, Slate, MSNBC.com, and elsewhere.
I can't pin down his politics.
What do people think about a book and movie about Clinton detaining people in Guantanamo coming out at this point? It raises the issues, and ends with a legal victory showing the detentions to be wrongful, but there's a danger of this film making it look like storing people in Guantanamo for the purposes of removing their constitutional rights is in some way 'standard practice'.