HBO has officially announced the premiere date of its upcoming original documentary THE PRINCESS, which promises to deliver “an intimate and immersive look at the life of Princess Diana.”
The upcoming docu is directed by Ed Perkins and “unfolds as if it were in the present, allowing viewers to experience the overwhelming adoration, but also intense scrutiny of Diana’s every move and the constant judgement of her character,” with its premiere date set for August 13 — a close date to the 25th anniversary of Princess Diana’s sudden death:
“The relationship of Diana and Charles, the Prince and Princess of Wales, was tabloid fodder for nearly two decades, the subject of almost daily headlines in the 24-hour news cycle. THE PRINCESS draws solely from contemporaneous archival audio and video footage to take audiences back to key events in Diana’s life as they happened, including their seemingly fairy-tale public courtship and wedding, the birth of their two sons, their bitter divorce, and Diana’s tragic and untimely death on August 31, 1997.”
THE PRINCESS premiered at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival and was produced by Lightbox, Simon Chinn and Jonathan Chinn and Vanessa Tovell, while Anna Klein served as coordinating producer for HBO and Nancy Abraham and Lisa Heller as executive producers.
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