Mitt Romney New documentary premieres at Sundance
Mitt Romney New documentary premieres at Sundance

Mitt Romney New documentary premieres at Sundance

Former Massachusetts governor and two-time Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is no stranger to the camera.

But director Greg Whiteley, who followed the Romney family for roughly six years and through two campaigns to create his documentary film “Mitt,” is confident that very few people know the real man behind the headlines.

“Most people that will come and see this film, whether they liked Mitt Romney or whether they disliked Mitt Romney, they will see a side that they are not used to seeing, a side they have not seen,” Whiteley said.

According to reports, “Mitt” marks the first time Netflix has taken a documentary to Sundance that it has helped to produce.

“Our traditional acquisition teams have always gone to Sundance,” Nishimura said. “We have always looked to acquire content, in partnership with the different studios we’ve been working with. The shift for us is that we are now both acquiring and producing documentaries and docu-series for Netflix and presenting them on a global premiere basis across our 41 countries to our 40 million-plus subscribers,” she added.

“Mitt” reportedly follows Romney’s two failed presidential runs, beginning in Christmas 2006 through his presidential concession speech in 2012.

Greg Whiteley, director of “Mitt,” said the documentary is essentially “a bunch of scenes of Romney and his family hanging out.” He also said that Romney’s campaign was always very skeptical about the project.


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