Hulu again brings a documentary for its fans so that the new generation relive once again that remarkable memories. Freaklnik is an annual spring break festival celebrated in Atlanta, Georgia, especially by students of school and college. And Hulu decided to make it again “Freaknik: The Wildest Party Never Told.” Do you want to know its release date? Scroll down and read.
Hulu announced that it “recounts the rise and fall of a small Atlanta HBCU picnic that exploded into an influential street party and spotlighted ATL as a major cultural stage. Can the magic of Freaknik be brought back 40 years later?” But Hulu has not announced its release date yet. But if the movie will going to be under production soon we will get it in 2024 somewhere.
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This festival continuously adds to pop culture after 1990. For those who are unaware of Freaknik’s past, Hulu announced on 6 April 2023 that they will premiere “Freaknik: The Wildest Party Never Told,” on the silver screen. The film will be centered on how the festival become famous and how it came into custom.
According to the synopsis of the film, it “recounts the rise and fall of a small Atlanta HBCU picnic that exploded into an influential street party and spotlighted ATL as a major cultural stage.” Adding, “Can the magic of Freaknik be brought back 40 years later?”
In 1980 it started as a picnic in Atlanta after that every year it was held in spring break for local HBCUs, such as Morehouse College and Spelman College. After the 90’s war, it started as a festival. With it was upgraded and today students celebrate it by attending dance contests, concerts, parties, sporting events, rap sessions, and even job fairs.
Hulu announces ‘Freaknik: The Wildest Party Never Told’ documentary chronicling how the notorious event came to prominence and its demise https://t.co/eQLI3sMnrC
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) April 6, 2023
The community start criticizing this event in the late 90s, but The Atlanta Committee for Black College Spring Break responded in 1988. “We cannot support events that bring lewd activities, s*xual assaults, violence against women, and public safety concerns, [as well as] firetrucks not being able to reach victims and ambulances not being able to reach hospitals in a timely manner,” committee Chairman George Hawthorne said. (according to the Root)
You can check out the below tweet to confirm:
Hulu Announces ‘Freaknik: The Wildest Party Never Told’ Documentary https://t.co/p9U4956feJ pic.twitter.com/raP5EGVXpH
— VIBE Magazine (@VibeMagazine) April 6, 2023
Several community celebrities have their own mini version of Freaknik. Even people celebrate their birthday parties with a Freaknik theme.
Jermaine Dupri and Uncle Luke will be the executive producers of the film with Geraldine L. Porras, directed by P Frank Williams and Bittenbender and Melissa Cooper for Mass Appeal. To get more about this upcoming documentary keep following us on our Facebook page.