The story of Amy Winehouse is one of world-changing talent and unmistakable style — and, unfortunately, of a talented young woman who couldn’t defeat her demons. Despite passing away at just 27 years of age in 2011, Winehouse left an indelible mark on the music community, thanks in large part to her 2006 album Back to Black. (A song of hers is covered by Ann Wilson on Wilson’s new tribute album Immortal, as well).
A 2015 film titled Amy captured her spirit and told her story incredibly well, and now another documentary film is coming out shortly that focuses on the creation of that seminal second album, featuring exclusive interviews with Amy and producers Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi, in addition to featuring a concert film, An Intimate Evening in London, shot at “a private show Amy hosted in February 2008 at Riverside Studios, West London.”
Here’s a preview of the doc:
Amy Winehouse – Back to Black will be released on Nov. 2 on Blu-ray, DVD and digital platforms.