A documentary about the Waco, Texas siege that left more than 50 people dead will soon hit Netflix.
The film, titled Waco: Untold Story, will premiere in September.
It follows the story of the WACO community, which has long faced a threat from the Islamic State.
The Waco standoff began when the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives raided the home of Waco rancher Cliven Bundy in the summer of 2014.
It became known as the Wacos War, with Bundy and his sons and others holding up their guns to block federal agents from entering.
It ended with Bundy being killed by federal agents.
Netflix said the film was shot in Waco and includes interviews with the Wiccans, as well as a portrait of the town’s first black mayor, who was killed by snipers in the town during the standoff.
Netflix also plans to release a short documentary about a Waco woman, who, the company said, died during the siege and was among the first Wacoans to be shot.
Netflix did not immediately provide further details about the film or the WOC.