To air documentary on the life of Donna Summer


Starting this May 20, the documentary is available on HBO Max love to love you, donna summerthat describes lifeFamous Disco Singer of 70’s.

The audiovisual portion had its international premiere at the 73rd Berlin International Film Festival and South by Southwest, directed by filmmakers Roger Ross Williams and Brooklyn Sudano, Donna Summer’s daughter.

This documentary takes an in-depth look into the life of the iconic artist, including reflections from Summer herself as well as memories from close family, friends and colleagues, including her songs.

“It chronicles the creation of music that took her from the avant-garde music scene in Germany to the bright lights of New York nightclubs and to worldwide acclaim, her sound the soundtrack of an era,” reads the review.

The film also offers a good amount Never seen before photos and home videos“Offers a rich window into the astonishing diversity of his art form, from composition to painting, while exploring the ups and downs of living a life on the global stage.”

how to forget the famous classic she works hard for the money, The song paid tribute to working women and marked a milestone in music history as it was the first video by a black artist released on MTV.

The subject of his early successes with Giorgio Moroder, who invoked a sensuality It became his hallmark and “offers a rich perspective on his complexity, his talents and the adversity he faced, while also examining the effect fame can have on love, art and family.”

Three of his daughters take part in this documentary: Brooklyn Sudano, Mimi Dohler and Amanda Sudano Ramirez, her husband, Bruce Sudano; Her siblings, Dara Bernard, Mary Ellen Bernard, and Rick Gaines. Her first husband, Helmuth Sommer, businesswoman Susan Munao, band member Bob Conti and producer Giorgio Moroder also appear.

Director Roger Ross Williams won an Oscar in 2010 for his documentary music by prudenceThe artist who led a group of young disabled Africans who inspired others with their music and an Emmy in 2020, also in the documentary category for the history of the Apollo Theater in New York.

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