YouTube will be asking How to Be: Mark Ronson this weekend, as it debuts a new documentary about the music producer.
The YouTube original film chronicles the career of the 44-year-old Brit, who has worked with everyone from Lady Gaga and Miley Cyrus to Lily Allen and Queens of the Stone Age. They all contribute exclusive interviews to the movie, which boasts previously unreleased footage of the music star at work.
Taking us back to his early days in the business, the film also features Ronson’s reflections on his childhood and stepfather Foreigner’s Mick Jones, before moving forward to talk about working with Amy Winehouse and the eight-month process behind his hit Uptown Funk.
Others featured in the film include family and friends Ann Dexter Jones, Boy George, Charlotte Ronson, Ilsey Juber, Joshua Homme, King Princess, Lykke Li, Mick Jones, Nikka Costa, Q-Tip, Rashida Jones, Sean Lennon, Yebba and Zane Lowe.
Directed by Carl Hindmarch, the 110-minute movie will be released on YouTube on 12th October. It will be available to stream worldwide with ads for free, or YouTube Premium subscribers can enjoy ad-free access to the movie and exclusive access to bonus material for the same details.
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