HBO's Donna Summer documentary 'Love To Love You' set for release this spring
Co-directed by Summer’s daughter the film includes never-seen-before footage
A new documentary following the life of Donna Summer will be out this spring.
Titled Love To Love You, this upcoming documentary from HBO has been co-directed between Oscar and Emmy winner Roger Ross Williams and Summer’s daughter, Brooklyn Sudano.
Comprised of home footage and never-seen-before clips, the documentary is described by HBO as a “deeply personal portrait of Summer on and off the stage.”
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Some parts of the film include archived photographs and videos shot by the late Summer herself which explore her passion for songwriting and painting.
HBO also describes the upcoming film to be “shaped by Summer’s own reflections, the memories of close family, friends and colleagues, and filled with the sounds of Summer’s songs”.
Famously known as the “Queen of Disco”, Summer began her career in Munich in a blues band before meeting her husband, the producer Giorgio Moroder.
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Working with Moroder she went on to release hits such as ‘I Feel Love’, ‘Hot Stuff’, ‘Last Dance’ and the iconic track the documentary has named itself after, ‘Love to Love You Baby’.
The documentary Love to Love You will be available to stream in May on HBO and HBO Max and will be premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival in March.
Becky Buckle is Mixmag's Video and Editorial Assistant, follow her on Twitter