Devil's Pie — D'Angelo

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Access
Watch From:USA
Ticket Prices
General Public:$13.00 (+ $2 online fee)
Members:$10.00 (no online fee)
Film Info
Is Q&A:True
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:New American Visions
Women & Film
Documentary
Tags:Documentary
Music
Biography
History
Black Perspectives
Women Directors
Live Event
Includes Q&A
Best of Fest Encores
Release Year:2019
Runtime:83 min
Country/Region:USA
United Kingdom
The Netherlands
Language:English
Print Source:Interakt Productions
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EgvE6c7-2ag
Cast/Crew
Director:Carine Bijlsma
Executive Producer:Michael K. Shen
Michael Y. Chow
Producer:Mira Mendel
René Mendel
Nina Yang Bongiovi
Forest Whitaker
Julia Nottingham
Cinematographer:Carine Bijlsma
Coen Stroeve
Gregor Meerman
Reinout Steenhuizen
Screenwriter:Carine Bijlsma
Editor:Yael Bitton
Annelotte Medema

Description

Best of Fest Encores

How to Watch

Your ticket includes a recorded Q&A with Director Carine Bijlsma and legendary tour manager Alan Leeds, following the film.

Devil’s Pie—D’Angelo follows Grammy Award-winning singer D’Angelo, one of the most successful R&B acts in recent years, but whose struggle with numerous demons--not to mention a public eager to sexualize and hound him--made him walk away from the business for 14 long years.

This revealing cinematic portrait stitches together never-before-seen live footage along with unguarded interviews with the man, his friends, and colleagues past and present, that illuminate a struggling artist at once vulnerable and thoroughly committed to his music. “Thank documentarian Carine Bijlsma for the candid glimpse at a musical innovator who should be called a genius.” --Dwight Brown, National Newspaper Publishers Association


Director Biography

Carine Bijlsma is a Dutch filmmaker who specializes in music documentaries. Her films give a true insight in a musician’s life, with a rare intimacy that feels as if there is no camera present and a sincere look in the lives of the musician, their music, struggles, and creative process.


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