Hulu releases its personal Fyre Festival documentary, Fyre Fraud

Featuring an unique interview with organizer Billy McFarland.

Fyre Fraud, a feature-length documentary centering across the catastrophic failure of Fyre Festival in 2017, is streaming now on Hulu.

The documentary options an intensive interview with pageant organizer Billy McFarland, the 25-year outdated entrepreneur and serial fraudster who’s presently serving a six-year jail sentence for wire fraud.

The documentary – which was directed by Jenner Furst and Julia Willoughby Nason and produced by The Cinemart, Hulu, Billboard and Mic – follows final 12 months’s announcement of Netflix’s rival documentary, FYRE, which arrives this Friday (January 18).

In an announcement to Billboard, the administrators name the documentary “a cautionary story for a technology”, stating that “Billy McFarland provides us a window into the thoughts of a con artist, the insidious attraction of the fraudster and the way they will seize our imaginations, our funding, and our votes within the age of Trump.”

“Our purpose was to set the stage for an odd journey into the ethical abyss of our digital age”, say Furst and Nason, “going past the meme to point out an ecosystem of enablers, pushed by revenue and prepared to look the opposite approach, for their very own achieve.”

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