Apple TV: Apple has purchased the documentary “Boys State”

After a lot of praise for his first at the Sundance Film Festival, Apple has purchased the documentary Boys State. It is described as a “story of political maturity, which examines the health of american democracy” and it should arrive on Apple TV + with the help of the film studio A24.

The Hollywood Reporter has shared an exclusive agreement, stating that Apple has paid $ 10 million for the documentary, directed by Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine. Laurene Powell Jobs, widow of Steve Jobs, has been the executive producer of the project.

Boys State

Here is a summary of the documentary directed by Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine:

Boys State tells an unusual experiment: a 1,000 17-year-olds from across the state of Texas gather to build a representative government from scratch. Ideal high-level clash with the dirty tricks of low profile, while the four boys of different social status and political views facing the challenges of the organization of political parties in shaping the consensus and doing campaigns for the highest office at the Texas Boys State – governor.

There are rumors that Apple and A24 are working on a movie called ‘On the Rocks’ with Bill Murray, and producer Sofia Coppola.