EXCLUSIVE: Greenwich Entertainment has acquired North American distribution rights to Darryl Jones: In the Blood, Eric Hamburg’s function documentary in regards to the bass participant who has rocked with the Rolling Stones since changing the retired Bill Wyman in addition to taking part in with the likes of Miles Davis, Sting, Madonna and extra. The distributor will launch the pic in theaters October 7.

The deal comes after the bio-doc world premiered on the Rome Independent Film Festival and gained a documentary award on the Oxford International Film Festival.

Darryl Jones: In the Blood, which marks Hamburg’s function directorial debut, zooms in on the evolution of Jones, who grew up on the South Side of Chicago and was launched straight away to music and the politics of race — each performed a task in his maturation as a musician and activist. The result’s a deep-dive take a look at music and racism in America.

The doc options interviews with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and the late Charlie Watts in one in all his final filmed interviews.

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“Darryl’s music has introduced satisfaction to tens of millions,” stated Hamburg, who additionally produced with Joe Losurdo, whereas Jones, Dan Braun and Rick English are government producers. “This movie tells the superb story of his rise to the highest of the music world, and his expertise as a Black man in America.”

Greenwich’s Andy Bohn negotiated the acquisition with Submarine’s Braun for the filmmakers.

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