The Invisible Pilot (April 4, 2022)

Coming Soon: The Invisible Pilot

Coming Soon: The Invisible Pilot (April 4, 2022)


“The Invisible Pilot
, a three-part documentary series by Emmy-winning filmmakers Phil Lott and Ari Mark, is a tale of a charismatic, daredevil husband and father who unexpectedly jumped off a bridge in 1977, despite a seemingly happy home life and a lucrative career as a pilot. His small-town Arkansas community searches for his body in vain while family and friends seek answers. Years later, a mysterious story emerges involving hypnosis, secret identities and a double life of dangerous missions and law-breaking.  And that’s just the beginning.

From Adam McKay (HBO’s Winning TimeSuccession and Q: Into The Storm) comes a labyrinthine story that begins in Hazen, Arkansas and ends up as part of one of the biggest political scandals of our time.

HBO Documentary Films Presents an Ample Entertainment and Hyperobject Industries production The Invisible Pilot. Directed by Phil Lott and Ari Mark; executive producers, Adam McKay, Todd Schulman, Ari Mark, Phil Lott, Craig Hodges, Jon Bryant Crawford; co-executive producer, Ben Selkow; producers, Martine Phelan-Roberts, David Tillman; co-producer, Madison Passarelli. For HBO: senior producer, Tina Nguyen; executive producers, Nancy Abraham and Lisa Heller.”-HBO


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Where to Watch:HBOmax
Sub-Genres:Coming Soon, New Orleans, Music, Pop Culture
Run Time:3 Part Series
Release Date:April 4, 2022
Photo credits (C) HBO All Rights Reserved

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S. Murphy

S. Murphy is the lead contributor at The Documentary District. His favorite documentary topics are: the Disney Parks, businesses, and all things 1990s pop culture.

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