An exclusive behind the scenes look at the infamous unraveling of the Fyre music festival. Launching globally on Netflix on January 18, 2019.
Created by Billy McFarland and rapper Ja Rule, Fyre Festival was promoted as a luxury music festival on a private island in the Bahamas featuring bikini-clad supermodels, A-List musical performances and posh amenities. Guests arrived to discover the reality was far from the promises.
Chris Smith, the director behind the Emmy Award Nominated documentary Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond, gives a first-hand look into disastrous crash of Fyre as told by the organizers themselves.
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Premeditated scripted documentary!! The party was never intended to happen, just the finished product of a documentary an in order to have that you must create a situation for the reality exist! Welcome to the new age of entertainment..scripted realities!!!! Cha ching 💰!
I don´t know who I hate more, the criminals behind Fyre or that entitled asian dude halfway through the docu, saying he didnt want neighbors and slit other people´s tents and started pissing on matresses. WTF?
It is said there were 2 Fyre festivals. The first, the REAL Fyre festival, was shooting this promo. There were models, celebrities, yachts, private jets, booze, etc. Of course, only 60 or so people got to attend. The second was the mess that was the actual "Festival"
I kind of agree with you. These kids were all conned into going to this pretentious music festival to listen to pretentious hipster music thrown by a pretentious music booking company. I wish I could laugh, but all of the local workers who slaved away day and night for a month only to not be paid after everything went to shit just makes my blood boil.
Honestly i feel sorry for everyone who worked for him. People may want to hold them responsible too but for someone who's also been scammed out of my salary and worked 3 months for free over empty promises made by a charismatic leader who SEEMED like family, I can only understand a small margin of what they had to go through. When you're knee deep in an operation you actually believed in with someone feeding you empty promises everyday and on top of that saying stuff like "the money will be here to pay you when this is all done", "i'll promote you after this/ we'll all be rich" etc, you just desperately WANT it to be true so you just keep going. Looking back you'd know you were being stupid but while you're experiencing it, you just try to convince yourself it'd all work out.
I think if they give it the 12 month timeframe for planning, provide a refund policy and ensure they deliver accurate information to the public - whether it is food, accommodations or travel, it could work. I don't think calling it the 'Iconic Festival' would work. Fyre is better. To give up on it would be like giving up your music career because you had a bad concert. You need to take your lumps and make it happen. There is no such thing as bad PR. In my opinion, a second festival would be a great thing because the first festival has created a negative cloud over the entire industry. I was thinking about putting together a music event in my city and one person said, "is it going to turn out like the Fyre Festival." That sucks. It would be great if you could do it on the same island also, for reparations due to the staff that didn't get paid for the last one. Make it happen.
FYRE: Young engergetic MALE entrepreneur frauds $15 MILLION investors money to throw a party which turns out to be a disaster. People got scammed for $2000. Faces 20 years in prison.
THERANOS: Young energetic FEMALE entrepreneur frauds $10 BILLION from investors to open a medical research lab which never had a proper product hence putting the lives of thousands of people in danger by giving false medical reports. Faces 20 years in prison.
Correct me if I'm wrong.... I think one of these cases should have a more severe punishment.
Just wait till one of these crooks tells the story about how “it was up to him to save the festival by blowing some other dude.” How disturbing that a grown man would actually say this shit with such pride, like he was willing to take one for the team. What a sad, shallow, desperate piece of scum.
"These guys are either completely full of shit or they're the smartest guys in the room"
I didn't know the full extent of how serious this really was when I first watched this documentary. I started watching it knowing it was another festival that failed miserably, but that was all I really knew. When I first saw those 2 guys, I immediately knew they were just a couple jackasses who were indeed completely full of shit. Personally, I would never trust 2 moron "organizers" who are constantly drinking
It is so, so hilarious that these people found it such a horrible experience. Yes, you were promised X, and you should have had Y... But its like i have slept outside in a sleeping bag with it being 23 degrees out. I also have slept in just a hut in the middle of the rainforest with bats waking me up as they get back into the top layer of the roof to rest for the day.
Like their experience is what like 35% world just call tuesday.
Is there anything more satisfying than watching the self important social media generation getting fucked over? Anyone that uses the term influencer should find a rope and a tree, as you are either a con or you can't think for yourself.
Who would win?
A documentary with high production values, showing events unfolding, beautiful locations, interviewing unpaid workers, organizers, festival goers, behind the scenes footage of Billy MCFarland lying in peoples faces and trying to scam people even after being investigated by the FBI
10 minutes of shitty meme edits?
I had seen some best documentary but my best documentary was racing extinction and this is fyre man I m just seen thes documentary and I am just stuck I mean how people are chiting in my opinion Billy have to go in jail. THE BEST NETFLEX DOCUMENTARY ☺☺☺
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