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A bold new documentary about the life and music of David Bowie has found a distributor, with The Hollywood Reporter Reporting it has picked Neon, Universal and HBO documentary films.
According to THR, Will release the neon movie – titled “Munez Day Dream” – in US theaters, including IMAX screenings in select markets, while Universal will release it internationally; HBO will hold cable and streaming rights.
The five-year-old film comes from director Brett Morgan, whose previous documents include “The Kid Stasis in the Picture” and “Kurt Cobain: Montage of Hack”.
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Described as a “feature-length empirical cinematic odyssey that explores Bobby’s creative, musical, and spiritual journeys,” the documentary will tell Bowie’s story through “excellent, kaleidoscopic, never-before-seen footage, performances, and music.” Guided by description. “
“Munez Day Dream” is the first film to be officially approved by the estate of the late rock icon, and will explore his work beyond the realm of music, including live theater, acting, dance, painting, sculpture, video and audio collage and screenplay.
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The soundtrack will feature 48 of Bobby’s original studio recordings, with Bobby’s longtime producer Tony Visconti leading a team that includes Oscar-winning sound mixer Paul Massey (“Bohemian Rhapsody”) and re-recording mixer David Giamarco (“Antarctica”). )