Music documentary

New musical documentary by Martin Scorsese on the way

Martin scorsese can’t stop, won’t stop. he just delivered Irish, one of his best films, and he’s also working on Moon Flower Killers. You’d think he might want to take a break, but no, he’s already got something else planned: a new documentary. The documentary focuses on the New York music scene of the 1970s, and although more precise details are not known, Scorsese has a proven track record in music documentaries.

According to Variety, Ron howard and Brian grazerImagine Entertainment is teaming up with Martin Scorsese for this new musical documentary. Imagine has built up a document library and currently has a first deal with Apple TV + – meaning the Scorsese document could find its way there, although no distributors have yet been finalized. There are several doc projects underway at Imagine, but this is the biggest:

A return to documentary space for Scorsese, currently on the awards circuit with Netflix’s “The Irishman”. The legendary director is heading into familiar territory: the New York music scene of the 1970s. Scorsese and Mick Jagger were the creators of “Vinyl,” an HBO scripted series about the era. The details of the plot are under wraps and Imagine is negotiating with a distributor.

Not only did Scorsese Vinyl to his credit, he also owns a multitude of musical documentaries, including The last Waltz, No Home Direction: Bob Dylan, Shine the light, and Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese.

Meanwhile, Scorsese is also working on Moon Flower Killers, a film adaptation of David Grann’s book. Scorsese is producing with frequent collaborator Leonardo DiCaprio, and DiCaprio is reportedly starring in the film alongside fellow Scorsese collaborator Robert De Niro. Scorsese Also has some sort of secret project waiting for its release.

In 2018, Sharon Stone, during her appearance on the Marc Maron podcast, said she had a supporting role in a Scorsese film that had enveloped photography “a few years ago.” Meryl Streep is also reportedly in the movie, and he’s likely to end up on Netflix at some point. Beyond that, we don’t know much about it. Apparently, Scorsese slowly edited the film while working on other projects, hence the release delay.