​Amy Winehouse's 'Back to Black' LP Explored in New Documentary

​Amy Winehouse's 'Back to Black' LP Explored in New Documentary
Amy Winehouse's acclaimed 2006 album Back to Black will be explored in a new documentary. Aptly titled Back to Black, the film is out on DVD and Blu-ray on November 2 via Eagle Vision.
The doc sheds new light on the process behind the album, and it features new interviews with producers Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi, as well as other musicians that appeared on the record.
"I wrote an album that I'm really proud of about a bad situation that I got through… that's pretty much where it begins and ends for me," the late Winehouse says in the opening minutes of the film — placing the emphasis on her creative talent rather than the tabloid sensationalism that marred the last few years of her life.
In addition to the documentary, the release also features a live recording dubbed An Intimate Evening in London, which was recorded at a private concert in London in February 2008. It sees her performing to a small group of friends, family and members of the music industry on the evening she won five Grammy Awards. The footage hasn't been released in its entirety before now.
Pre-orders for the film are available here.
Watch a trailer for Back to Black below.