Everyone has an opinion about Hillary Rodham Clinton. Admired and vilified in almost equal measure, she undeniably represents many different things to many different people. Spanning five consecutive decades of her fascinating career, Nanette Burstein’s comprehensive documentary series interweaves biographical chapters of Clinton’s life with previously unreleased behind-the-scenes footage from her 2016 presidential campaign, resulting in an exceptionally intimate memoir.

With unprecedented access to the former first lady, senator, secretary of state, and presidential nominee, Burstein is given free reign to pose even the most difficult questions to Clinton, while probing her closest allies and political adversaries with the same intensity. The result is an unflinching look at the remarkable life and career of one of the most recognizable female figures in the history of American politics.

The Sundance Film Festival is proud to present all four episodes of this momentous docuseries with an intermission halfway through, followed by a Q&A with Hillary Rodham Clinton and director Nanette Burstein.

Closed captioning is available for this film.

YEAR 2019

CATEGORY Special Events


RUN TIME 253 min


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Artist Bio

Nanette Burstein

Nanette Burstein is a prolific and award-winning film director. She began her career directing the documentary On The Ropes, which received an Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary. Her other films include Robert Evans's biography, The Kid Stays in the Picture; The Price of Gold for ESPN/s 30 for 30 series; and American Teen, which earned the Directing Award: U.S. Documentary at the Sundance Film Festival.