Deadline Hollywood reports:
HBO will premiere documentary Mama’s Boy, a feature adaptation of the 2019 memoir by Oscar-winning Milk scribe Dustin Lance Black, on Tuesday, October 18 at 9 PM ET/PT. Laurent Bouzereau directs the film, which hails from LD Entertainment, Ambin Television and Playtone, in association with Nedland Media.
The film, which centers around Black’s upbringing, features interviews with Black, members of Black’s extended family; Black’s husband, Olympic gold medalist Tom Daley; filmmaker Paris Barclay; former president of the Human Rights Campaign, Chad Griffin; and executive director of Equality Utah, Troy Williams.
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.@nedlandmedia’s Mama’s Boy centers around the upbringing of Academy Award-winning screenwriter, director, and producer @DLanceBlack and how his close relationship with his mother led to and inspired his activism. The @HBO original documentary premieres October 18 on @HBOMax. pic.twitter.com/PMCiGMk3yE
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