via Billboard – “From Amy to N.W.A, there has been a market for music-led movies. Why? Think new platforms like Netflix, and eager labels with deep catalogs.

Asid Kapadia had a dilemma. He had agreed to helm a documentary about Amy Winehouse, but the Senna director wasn’t sure there was a story left to tell about the late tabloid-hounded British singer. What convinced him to move forward? Footage of Winehouse, unearthed by a former manager, radiating joy in her early touring days. “This was a version of Amy I’d never seen before,” says Kapadia. “That’s the moment when I thought there was a movie.””

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