The trailer for Amy Winehouse’s upcoming documentary is here.
Designated Amy Winehouse – Back to Black, the docu-film on the late singer-songwriter is due to release by Eagle Vision via DVD and Blu-Ray November 2.
The trailer released Wednesday (September 19) and shows rare footage from the musician’s music-making process as she records her second and final album, Back to Black, before her untimely death by alcohol intoxication in July 2011 at age 27.
Rife with impassioned numbers like hits “Tears Dry on Their Own” to “You Know I’m No Good” to the career-launching “Rehab,” the effort achieved Winehouse the Best Pop Vocal Album honor as well as four others at the 50th Annual Grammy Awards in 2008, which made her one of the most-awarded female performers in a single ceremony.
Fans can also expect to see exclusive content from the artist’s private showcase, An Intimate Evening in London, which she held in West London for dear ones and industry execs the same night she won her five Grammys.
The record’s producers, Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi, both make appearances in the movie as well.
The departed songbird’s life and legacy had previously been captured in the 2015 British film Amy.
Watch the trailer for Amy Winehouse – Back to Black below: