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Amy is a 2015 British documentary film that depicts the life and death of singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse and is directed by Asif Kapadia. The film is produced by Universal Music, Playmaker Films & Krishwerkz Entertainment and distributed by the Altitude Film Distribution. The film was released theatrically on 3 July 2015 in the United Kingdom and in the United States, before being released worldwide on 10 July. The film depicts Winehouse’s life largely from the standpoint of her struggle with substance abuse problems both before and after her career began to blossom, and which eventually caused her premature death.
On 8 February 2015, a trailer debuted at the pre-Grammy event in the build-up to the 2015 Grammy Awards, and it was announced that the documentary Amy would be released in cinemas later in the Summer of 2015, according to David Joseph, CEO of Universal Music UK. He further stated: “About two years ago we decided to make a movie about her—her career and her life. It’s a very complicated and tender movie. It tackles lots of things about family and media, fame, addiction, but most importantly, it captures the very heart of what she was about, which is an amazing person and a true musical genius.”
The film was selected to be shown in the Midnight Screenings section at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival and received its UK premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
The film narrative is focused on the life of singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse, who was found dead on 23 July 2011 from alcohol poisoning, at the age of 27 at her home in Camden, North London.
The film starts with a 1998 home movie of a 14-year-old Winehouse singing along with her long-time friend, Juliette Ashby, at the birthday party of their mutual friend, Lauren Gilbert, at a home in Southgate, London. The rest of the documentary shows the songwriter’s life from her early childhood, to her music career, which attained commercial success through her debut album, Frank (2003), the number one album of the 21st century, Back to Black (2006), to her troubled relationships, self-harm, bulimia, the controversial media attention, and her downfall with her drug and alcohol addiction, all until her death in 2011. Winehouse is featured throughout the film talking about her early influences and how she felt about fame, love, family and her music career
Kapadia conducted more than 100 interviews with Winehouse’s friends and family that combine to provide a narrative around the star’s life and is billed as “the singer in her own words”. The film shows extensive unseen footage and unheard tracks Winehouse had recorded in the years before she died. Unheard tracks featured in the film are either rare live sessions, such as “Stronger Than Me”, “In My Bed” & “What Is It About Men?”, covers such as Johnny Mercer’s “Moon River” from when Winehouse attended the National Youth Jazz Orchestra in 2000 or never-before heard songs the star wrote, such as “Detachment”, “We’re Still Friends” and “You Always Hurt The Ones You Love”.
There are various pieces of extensive, unseen archive footage of Winehouse, such as when she is video-recorded in a cab with friend Tyler James in January 2001 & driving to tours and on her long-term friend, Lauren Gilberts holiday tape in Majorca, Spain in August 2005. The movie also shows various interviews, such as with Jonathan Ross, Tim Kash and a funny video of when Winehouse is talking about singer Dido in 2004, when she promoted her debut album. The documentary also includes when Winehouse was at the Grammy Awards in 2008, when she’s seen winning the award for “Record of the Year” and when she jokes about Justin Timberlake.
The film also features footage from when she was filmed with her ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil, various performances and when she auditioned at Island Records in February 2003, singing “I Heard Love Is Blind”. Also included is footage from when she was recording her second album in March 2006 and a duet single, “Body and Soul”, with Tony Bennett in March 2011 as her last recording before her death. Some outtakes are also featured of her last shambolic performance in Belgrade, Serbia, a month before she died. The film concludes with long-term friend Juliette Ashby talking about her last phone call with Winehouse, footage of Winehouse’s body being taken out of her home after her death, and Tony Bennett stating: “Life teaches you really how to live it, if you live long enough”. It then shows scenes from three days later of footage from Winehouse’s funeral at Edgwarebury Cemetery and Golders Green Crematorium in North London. Closing clips end the film with videos of Winehouse from her early years until her death.