Former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama will finally see their first Netflix film debut 15 months after signing on as producers for the streaming service, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “American Factory,” directed by Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert, will debut Aug. 21. The documentary about a Chinese billionaire who opens a plant in an old GM plant in Ohio. It debuted at Sundance in January. The Obamas also have bought the project “Crip Camp” from the ame production company. That documentary is about a group of disabled teenagers at a 1960s camp in New York and is expected to debut on Netflix in 2020.
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