The documentary will be at the upcoming edition of the American Film Market in early november, and offered for sale to international film distributors. This reports Deadline.
Howard put during the making of the film from images from the family archives, interviews and tv-recordings of performances. He does this with the consent of the next of kin of the Italian tenor. Pavarotti, the first artist with classical opera music in the charts came, died in 2007 at the age of 71 from the effects of pancreatic cancer.
Howard: “It is hard to believe that it’s already ten years ago, is that Luciano is leaving us. However, by making this film, we have had the good fortune to experience the magic and humanity of Pavarotti to rediscover. I hope that we have this power and emotion to the audience be able to transfer.”