Davis Guggenheim is returning to the Obama campaign to direct a short campaign film, just as he did for the 2008 election.
According to campaign finance reports, the Obama campaign spent $162,834 on production of a short film via Guggenheim’s film unit in Washington. Bloomberg reported that the film, less than 30 minutes in length, will focus on Obama’s first three years in office. Exact plans for the film have not been decided.
Guggenheim, who won an Oscar for “An Inconvenient Truth,” and directed “Waiting for Superman,” helmed Obama’s 2008 convention film, parts of which were used later in the campaign.