• classicsdujour.com
Advertisement

Classics Du Jour

Menu
Advertisement

Ronnie Wood Documentary Getting Virtual Cinema Release This Month

Ronnie Wood in 1981
Ronnie Wood performs with the Rolling Stones in Candlestick Park, 1981. CC by SA. Credit: Catherine Anderson

Somebody Up There Likes Me, a new documentary on Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood, will be released in the U.S. this month. The film can be viewed from home in a virtual cinema event beginning September 18th. Tickets are $11 and are available from pre-order now on the film’s official website.

You can watch the trailer below.

Directed by Mike Figgis, the film is described as “an intimate portrait of [Wood] as an artist, musician and survivor.” It tells the story of the legendary musician’s humble beginnings in North London to the (so far) 50-year career that followed, with the Rolling Stones as well as The Birds, Jeff Beck, The New Barbarians, Rod Stewart and The Faces.

Along with Wood himself, the film features interviews with the Stones’ Mick Jagger, and Keith Richards, artist Damian Hirst, singer-songwriter Imelda May and Rod Stewart.

Somebody Up There Likes Me premiered at the BFI London Film Festival in 2019 and was released in theaters across the U.K. last fall.

For more details and to pre-order your tickets, visit the film’s official website at ronniewoodmovie.com.

Somebody Up There Likes Me Ronnie Wood Documentary Trailer

Stay Connected:

Related


Advertisement
Stay InformedKeep up to date on all things classic rock

By submitting this form, you consent to receiving marketing emails from Classics Du Jour in accordance with our Privacy Policy. You may revoke consent at any time by using the Unsubscribe link at the bottom of every email. Emails served by FanBridge.

Send this to a friend