People / TV

Press play: a new documentary celebrating Quincy Jones

Documenting a career of music, production and activism spanning across six decades, including work with Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson and Martin Luther King, Netflix weaves together the story of a legend – the inimitable Quincy Jones. From growing up on the south-side of Chicago, to shaking hands with Ray Charles at the age of fourteen, this two-hour documentary embraces in detail the highs and lows of an icon, co-directed by Alan Hicks and Jones’ daughter, Rashida Jones, offering intimate insight into a courageous and controversial man who is undoubtedly larger than life. One to watch this weekend.