Disney’s Onyx Collective Acquires “Anthem” Film For Hulu
Disney’s Onyx Collective has acquired a new documentary film at the Sundance Film Festival, “Anthem”, from Proximity Media’s overall deal with Onyx Collective in partnership with This Machine (a part of Sony Pictures Television).
‘Anthem’ Follows Acclaimed Composer Kris Bowers and GRAMMY-Winning Music Producer Dahi as They Take on a Musical Journey Traveling Across America in a Bold Experiment To Reimagine America’s National Anthem. Reflecting upon “The Star-Spangled Banner,” “Anthem” follows acclaimed composer Kris Bowers (“Bridgerton,” “When They See Us,” “King Richard”) and GRAMMY-winning music producer Dahi (Travis Scott, Kendrick Lamar, Drake) as they take a musical journey traveling across America to create a new sound, inspired by what our country’s national anthem might be if written in today’s time.
The film has been directed by Peter Nicks. And it has been produced by Peter Nicks (Proximity), Kris Bowers, Sean Havey, Chris L. Jenkins and Ryan Coogler (Proximity). It has been executive produced by R.J. Cutler (This Machine), Elise Pearlstein (This Machine), Zinzi Coogler (Proximity) and Sev Ohanian (Proximity).
“Anthem” will be released on Hulu in the United States. It’s unclear if the Onyx Collective has acquired global streaming rights for Disney+ and Star+ internationally.
Will you be checking out “Anthem” when it arrives on Hulu?