The film is told entirely through archival footage assembled from the performer’s 30-year career in entertainment including rare TV interviews and performances from around the world.
“I’m delighted and I’m thrilled that Sony Pictures Classics believes in the film and I feel we’re in very good hands,” filmmaker Thorsten Schotte said in a statement. “The news of the acquisition is really the cherry on the cake of our world premiere at Sundance.
“Eat That Question” debuts at Sundance on Monday, January 25 in the Documentary Premieres section. It has also been pre-selected for Germany’s top film awards, the LOLAs, and will next be showcased in the LOLA at Berlinale section of the Berlin Film Festival.
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