Amy Winehouse's new film will be screened on BBC Two, which is the tenth anniversary of the singer's death. Amy Winehouse (10 Years On) was commissioned by BBC Two and BBC Music to explore Winehouse through the people who know her best.
According to the press release, the film will “illuminate parts of her life that she hasn't heard of so far.”
The film will mainly be told from the perspective of Winehouse's mother, Janis, whose views “are often different from the narratives we have said before.”
Other family members and friends will also contribute to this documentary, which is described as “a female-led interpretation of her life, love and heritage.”
Curious film executive producer Dov Freedman said in a statement: “Amy is a true music icon, 10 years after her death, can help the closest to Amy People regain her story, and we are extremely proud.”