Documentary on Grace Jones set for theatrical release

Featuring live shots of Jones performing her iconic hits there’s also intimate footage of time with her son Paulo and niece Chantal in her native Jamaica.

Grace Jones“Grace Jones: Bloodlight And Bami,” is set for theatrical release nationwide this spring. Directed by Sophie Fiennes’ it will begin with a New York theatrical run at Metrograph, BAM and the Film Society of Lincoln Center on April 13 and expand to Los Angeles on April 20, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Philadelphia, DC, Miami and Detroit.

Recorded over the course of several years, it features live shots of Jones performing her iconic hits “Slave To The Rhythm” and “Pull Up To The Bumper” as well as more recent, introspective tracks like “Williams’ Blood,” “This Is” and “Hurricane” alongside intimate footage of time with her son Paulo and niece Chantal in her native Jamaica, the film investigates the full breadth of Jones’ life from childhood to the now, as she continues to perform worldwide.

This project follows Fiennes’ first feature documentary “Hoover Street Revival” about a Pentecostal church community in Los Angeles, and the sermons of its preacher, Bishop Noel Jones, brother of Grace Jones.

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