Watch: Trailer for the Comprehensive 'Woody Allen: A Documentary'
There's no doubt that comedian and filmmaker Woody Allen is always busy. Whether there's a New York Knicks game on or he's crafting a new film as he's done every single year for the past 29 years straight (not to mention ten films he directed before that), Allen, who will turn 76 years old next month, is really making the most out of his life and film career. Now director Robert Weide attempts to capture that essence in Woody Allen: A Documentary, a comprehensive two-part film airing on PBS later this month, and now we have a trailer for the Brett Ratner produced film which looks like a must-see. See the trailer below!
Here's the trailer for Robert Weide's film Woody Allen: A Documentary straight from PBS:
Thanks to The Playlist for bringing this to our attention, as this looks like quite an in-depth documentary that follows Allen not only on his film sets, but also in his home, and several of his old stomping ground in Brooklyn. This is a real treat simply because Allen is usually so reclusive and private, even outside of keeping his films a secret. However, Weide spent a lot of time with Allen from the making of You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger up to the Cannes premiere of Midnight in Paris (one of my favorite films of the year so far). The doc features interviews with collaborators and friends like Larry David, John Cusack, Diane Keaton, Scarlett Johansson, Sean Penn, Owen Wilson, Martin Scorsese and many more. The doc will air in two parts, the first will debut on November 20th at 9/8c, and the second half on November 21st at 9/8c. Get your local listing here to set your DVR, so you don't miss this promising documentary.