Clinton documentary is Scorsese’s next project

LOS ANGELES — Oscar winner Martin Scorsese will produce and direct a documentary on former President Bill Clinton for HBO, the network announced Monday.

The documentary will explore the 42nd president’s time perspective on history, politics and the like during his time in office and the years since — with Clinton offering his full cooperation.

Scorsese’s previous collaborations with HBO include “Public Speaking” and most recently, “George Harrison: Living in the Material World,” which won an Emmy. He also serves as executive producer of “Boardwalk Empire.”

The longtime filmmaker was behind cinematic spreads such as “Goodfellas” and “The Departed.” Earlier this year, the network rolled out “41,” a documentary that centered on George H.W. Bush.

HBO did not announce an air date for the documentary.

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