Hillary, a four-part docu-series releasing by Propagate And Award-Winning Filmmaker Nanette Burstein, on 6th March on Hulu
The premiere date for the four-part docuseries, Hillary was announced today for 2021 Sundance Film Festival by Hulu and Propagate. Nanette Burstein made sure to portray an intimate insight of Hillary’s life in the public’s eye; her historic presidential campaign and how she became the most recognized yet criticized individual.
Randy, CEO, Hulu, stated that Hillary is an epitome of empowerment with an utmost influential personality from which inspiring experiences and stories can be drawn. He adds, “She is the most popular political figure in history”.
“Clinton provided with an exclusive access to her life’s utterly compelling story. This was a tremendous opportunity for me,” said Nanette Burstein (Director). “As due to her stated facts and circumstances we were able to understand the ongoing woman movement.” He further added, “Which had been facing inhibition and criticism by men over the last 5 decade especially for those women who thrived to uptake their roles.”
Howard, co-founder Propagate stated “This documentary depicts the real Hilary, revealing her true self and her career journey. All thanks to intimate interviews with her family, staff, friends and politicos. Moreover a behind the scenes sneak peek of her 2016 presidential run”.
He added, “Thanks to extensive interviews with Secretary Clinton, her family, friends, staff, and politicos from both sides of the aisle; we were able to create one of the most compelling political documentaries in history.”
Hillary would premiere on Hulu on March 6th.