The world premiere of the long-awaited “Hilary,” a Nanette Burstein’s (Academy Award nominee) documentary based on Clinton’s 2016 election campaign would be launched at Sundance Film Festival 2021, as per Tuesday reports.
This four-part docuseries would be ‘an accurate representation of a public figured woman’ and would give an insight as to how she turned into a criticized yet, an idolized individual. It will be released on the 6th of March on Hulu.
Your screens would be subjected to a documentary featuring especial interview sessions with State Secretary U.S., Ex-Senator, Bill Clinton (her husband and former president), her daughter – Chelsea Clinton, a few journalists and on board staff. In addition, you get to catch sight of a complete coverage of her presidential campaign’s behind the scenes.
Freestyle Love Supreme (hip-hop group featuring Lin-Manuel Mirinda), Max Richter (composer) and William Friedkin’s (film-maker) documentaries are also an event starrer program that will be lead by “Hillary.”
Another announcement today revealed that the line up at the Sundance Festival shall also include Steve James’ (an Oscar nominated documentarian) “City So Real”. This documentary depicts the portrayal of modern day Chicago in contrast to its fore set image for the 2019’s campaign of Mayoral, which made history.