Documentary film "Dads" is set to join Apple TV+ in time for Fathers Day. Bryce Dallas Howard took to twitter to announce the June 19th release for her debut feature documentary.
My first feature documentary film, DADS, is coming to @AppleTV on June 19th, right in time for Father’s Day! But first, don't forget to celebrate your mom this weekend 🥰 #DadsToday pic.twitter.com/6SvTarYpBo— Bryce Dallas Howard (@BryceDHoward) May 8, 2020
Following on from her directorial debut on "The Mandalorian", "Dads" sees Bryce Dallas Howard team with her father Ron Howard, who produced the project.
Acquired by Apple as part of a deal with Imagine Documentaries at last years Toronto International Film Festival - "Dads" explores contemporary fatherhood through testimonies and wisdom from famous funny men including Judd Apatow, Will Smith, Jimmy Fallon, Neil Patrick Harris and more. The documentary combines those antidotes with portraits of non-celebrity dads from around the world - including Brazil, Japan and the United States.
You can expect to see more Apple TV+ announcements in the coming days as the streaming service publicises its summer release schedule.