The eye-opening and transformative four-part docuseries Bobby Kennedy for President utilizes rare and never-before-seen archival footage – much of it digitized for the first time – to transport us to a turbulent and dynamic era, letting Bobby's voice and viewpoint be the guiding force. With new interviews with RFK confidantes and staffers including William Vanden Heuvel, Dolores Huerta, Rep. John Lewis, Harry Belafonte, Paul Schrade, Marian Wright Edelman and Peter Edelman, acclaimed director Dawn Porter (Trapped, Spies of Mississippi, Gideon's Army) reveals anew what America gained and what it lost in the life, vision, politics, and hope of Bobby Kennedy.
Director: Dawn Porter
Executive Producers: Laura Michalchyshyn and Dawn Porter; Dave Sirulnick, Justin Wilkes, Jon Kamen, Nestan Berhrans and Gunnar Deddio
Production companies: RadicalMedia, Trilogy FIlms and LooksFilm
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