“It’s not the cameras that are going to get in your way of capturing authentic moments,” reveals documentarian Greg Whiteley
about his new Netflix
series. “It’s a belief on the part of your main subjects, or a concern that you don’t have their best interests at heart and when they’re suspicious of your motives, their guard is up,” he says. “They’re waiting for somebody to come along who they trust before they can show who they really are.” Watch our exclusive video interview with Whiteley above.
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” is the latest documentary series from acclaimed filmmaker Whiteley, whose past work includes the Emmy nominated “Resolved,” as well as “Last Chance U
” and “Mitt.” It follows a nationally ranked 40-member cheer team from smalltown USA, made up of teenagers from troubled upbringings who aspire to make