According to a statement released by HBO, which belongs to the Warner Media group and will distribute the documentaries, there is still no date for the series to premiere, but it will be available “later this year”.
The documentary series has “more than 200 interviews” about the “largest city in the world and the diversity” of New York’s population.
The filmmaker, acclaimed by the academy for “Do The Right Thing” and, more recently, “BlacKkKlansman”, wants to demystify the idea that the city is “dead and smelly”.
Spike Lee, 63, will produce the documentary with the collaboration of Lisa Heller and Nancy Abraham, a reissue of the partnership that took place with the documentary series, also for HBO, on the consequences of Hurricane Katrina.
Source: Correio da Manhã by www.cmjornal.pt.
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