It seems that Oliver Stone is taking his love for President's to another nation, and another genre of film. According to Variety, Stone will direct a documentary on Venezuela president Hugo Chavez. Stone has been said to be working on the documentary, which is untitled at the moment, for the past six months and aims to have it in theaters next year.
"It's about Chavez and the South American revolution," Stone said, referring to the new breed of politicians that have been elected in South America in recent years.
Stone was with Chavez in February during a hostage siege where he successfully brokered the hostages release from the radical Columbian group FARC. The documentary will not focus on the hostage rescue, but Chavez's opposition in his own country and worldwide, most notably from the Bush administration.