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A breakout star of the 2020 presidential election is getting the doc treatment.
Christopher Stoudt has directed a documentary about Four Seasons Total Landscaping, the Philadelphia-based small business that gained notoriety after Rudy Giuliani held an impromptu and chaotic press conference to discuss then-President Donald Trump’s planned legal challenges to the election ballot-counting process. Many believe that the location was chosen by accident, with the Trump campaign mistaking the landscaping company for the Philadelphia branch of the upmarket Four Seasons Hotel.
Glen Zipper and Sean Stuart are acting as producers for the film, titled Four Seasons Total Documentary.
According to the announcement, the doc “will give a firsthand account of the roller-coaster journey that one well-meaning small business in Philadelphia went through when they agreed to host a political press conference in the midst of the most hard-fought American election in recent history.”
The film will include interviews with key executives of Four Seasons Total Landscaping, including owner Marie Siravo and director of sales Sean Middleton.
Along with Zipper and Stuart, Chris Paonessa and Kevin Lincoln will produce. Production on the doc, which does not yet have distribution, is expected to be completed this month.
Zipper and Stuart’s joint credits include the 2012 Oscar-winning doc Undefeated, Netflix Original docuseries Dogs, and Antoine Fuqua’s What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali.
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