The world’s most luxurious musical festival that was planned to happen in April 2017 turned into a complete disaster. Several world-leading models had attended the concert which was meant to take two days, but the introduction of Fyre phenomenon made the event to become the laughing stock on the internet. The documentary expose of Hulu’s Fyre and Netflix Fyre revealed the existence of ethical concern because the two films had a similar subject. This made both films to go instantly and notoriously viral based on their content and mode of production. The film, Fyre Fraud is an American documentary that was directed by Julia Willoughby and Jenner Furst. Netflix’s Fyre is a documentary film directed by Chris Smith.   Both films take an ethical orientation toward their subject matter. This paper seeks to explain the structure, production, approaches and different moral quandaries in Hulu's Fyre Fraud and Netflix's Fyre films.

Both films, Hulu's Fyre Fraud, and Netflix's Fyre follow a similar basic structure.  They help us to understand the origin of the idea using the life of the event organizer and the media founder based on the festival mismanagement that occurred. The disastrous beginning marked the event after a ridiculous failure in serving of food. Hulu’s Fyre Fraud demonstrates significant support to the competitor. Besides revealing the Netflix documentary, he makes an effort to talk with MacFarland himself in a lengthy sit-down. However, the off-camera captures their discussion where Fyre Fraud attempts to convince him to accept the allegations of wire fraud. In Netflix’s Fyre, a more empathetic is used to engage McFarland on matters concerning the crimes of wire fraud. The two incidences indicate how both films convince us ethically by using hard-hitting investigative peopl

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