Director Spike Lee is all set to chronicle the life in New York over the two decades since the September 11 terrorist attacks in a new documentary. HBO announced on Monday that Lee will direct and produce the “NYC EPICENTERS 9/11-2021½” documentary series, reported IndieWire. “As a New Yawker who bleeds orange and blue (the colors of New York City), I’m proud to have a ‘Spike Lee Joint’ about how our/my city dealt with being the epicenters of 9/11 and COVID-19,” Lee said in a statement. Woody Allen Autobiography Publisher to Sue HBO over Filmmaker’s Documentary Allen v Farrow?
“With over 200 interviews, we dig deep into what makes NYC the greatest city on this God’s earth and also the diverse citizens who make it so…” he added. The network called the series an “epic chronicle of life, loss, and survival in the city of New York over the 20 years since the September 11 attacks”. The multi-part documentary will offer an unprecedented, sweeping portrait of New Yorkers as they rebuild and rebound, from a devastating terrorist attack through the ongoing global pandemic. George Clooney to Executive Produce Docu-Series on Ohio State Abuse Scandal.
“Capturing the history through a staggering amount of visual imagery, and featuring first-hand accounts from a panoply of citizens from all walks of life, the documentary will debut later in the year.” “NYC EPICENTERS 9/11-2021½” will mark the latest in a string of collaborations between Lee and HBO. Lee directed “David Byrne’s American Utopia” as well as HBO titles such as “4 Little Girls” and “When the Levees Broke.”
“We’re thrilled to have another groundbreaking HBO documentary event from Spike Lee,” Lisa Heller and Nancy Abraham, co-heads of HBO Documentary Films, said in a statement. “From documenting the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans to the 9/11 attack on New York City and beyond, we treasure Spike’s singular capacity to chronicle and pay tribute to the human toll of these historic events while bearing profound witness to the strength and resiliency of the human spirit.”
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