Céline Dion, the ruler of all that is good and iconic, is set to star in her very own documentary, which will chart her memorable life and career.
"The documentary will serve as the definitive feature for one of the most immediately recognized, widely respected and successful performers in pop music history." A press release stated on the documentary, which will reportedly be made “with Dion’s full participation and support.”
Directed by Irene Taylor, the currently untitled documentary (We'd like to submit It's All Coming Back To Me Now as a suggestion) is being produced by Sony Music Entertainment.
“I’ve always been an open book with my fans, and with her sensitivity and thoughtful creativity I think that Irene will be able to show everyone a part of me that they haven’t seen before,” Dion shared. “I know she’ll tell my story in the most honest and heartfelt way.”
Taylor plans to delve into the singers life from many perspectives, to tell a complete story of who Dion is. “Going on this journey with a legendary artist such as Céline Dion is an extraordinary opportunity for me as a filmmaker,” She said. “Having access to examine her life and inimitable career, will allow me to create a multifaceted portrait of an iconic, global superstar, which I look forward to sharing with the world.”
Known best for her heart shattering Titanic theme song, My Heart Will Go On, alongside hits like Because You Loved Me and The Power Of Love, The ever iconic singer has sold more than 250 million records across the globe.
It's official. We're starting production on my official documentary. Looking forward to working closely with @irenetb and @sonymusic on this project - one that is very personal and will show everyone a part of me that they haven't seen before. – Celinehttps://t.co/0aTXES6Afv
An official release date has not yet been announced, but we'll be updating you as more information comes through. In the meantime, many more music-fuelled documentaries are in the works charting the lives and careers of some of our favourite artists like The Velvet Underground and Janet Jackson, in case you're in the mood to catch up on those.