A new documentary about the poignant love affair of Leonard Cohen with Marianne Ihlen will end January 2019 premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. Reports that music site Pitchfork.
The document bears the name ‘Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love’ and was directed by Nick Broomfield. Ihlen was the inspiration for some of Cohens greatest masterpieces, such as “Bird on a Wire’ and ‘So Long, Marianne’. A few days before her death, in 2016, sent Cohen to his beloved Ihlen a letter, which read: “I think I will soon follow.” Cohen died four months later.
Sundance will also be the backdrop for the world premiere of documentaries about musicians David Crosby and Miles Davis. “David Crosby:” Remember My Name ” was directed by A. J. Eaton and co-produced by Cameron Crowe. For “Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool” was Stanley Nelson the director. ‘Honey Boy’, written by Shia LeBeouf, who also have a role in plays, there will also be a premiere.