Oscar-winning director Woody Allen will be the subject of a two-part "American Masters" documentary on PBS, Movieline reported. Directed by Robert Weide (“Curb Your Enthusiasm”), the project focusing on Allen’s extensive film career is scheduled to be broadcast in the fall.
The working title for the show is "Woody Allen: A Documentary," and it will consist of two 90-minute segments airing over two nights.
In a statement, Weide said, "The prolific nature of Woody’s output has provided me with an embarrassment of riches. Even with three hours at my disposal I feel the heartbreak of all the things I have to leave out. In fact, Woody will have made three features just in the time it’s taken me to make this one documentary."