6 Days to Air

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6 Days to Air: The Making of South Park is a 2011 documentary about the process of making an episode of the animated television series South Park. The documentary was directed by Arthur Bradford.[1] and was nominated for an Emmy Award in the outstanding non-fiction special category.

The filmmakers began filming on the opening night of Parker and Stone's musical The Book of Mormon (musical), [2]and documented the hectic pace and pressure of completing an episode of the show during the 15th season of production.[3] They were given unprecedented access to the writer's room and sound booth.[4]

Bradford, the director, continued filming Parker and Stone after the completion of this film in order to gather material for a longer feature film about the creative duo which is still in production [5]


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