We know the release date of the documentary event on Celine Dion

The documentary titled “I Am: Celine Dion,” directed by Irene Taylor, will be released on Prime Video.

We know the release date of the documentary event on Celine Dion

The documentary titled “I Am: Celine Dion,” directed by Irene Taylor, will be released on Prime Video.

The announcement of the upcoming release of a documentary on Céline Dion, with Céline Dion, caused a stir last January. The film titled I Am: Celine Dion, directed by Irene Taylor now has a release date, next June, announces the Prime Video platform, which will broadcast it exclusively, and the team of singer itself, on social networks , this Tuesday: "Get ready! Amazon MGM Studio announces the release date of the highly anticipated documentary Je suis: Céline Dion (French version of I Am: Celine Dion), available worldwide on Prime Video from June 25!"

At the start of 2024, it was in a press release that Amazon MGM studios announced the upcoming release of this documentary, which would be partly built on the rare confidences of Céline Dion, absent or almost absent from the media scene. for two years and the revelation of her rare neurological disease, Stiff-person syndrome, which paralyzes her.

The documentary I Am: Celine Dion promises an “intimate exploration” of Celine Dion, her past and present, but also her fight against illness. “From visiting his couture wardrobe and personal belongings to spending time in the recording studio, the documentary captures the never-before-seen private life of a global megastar,” was detailed in the Amazon press release. MGM Studio.

The announcement of the film's release was an opportunity for Celine Dion to send a message to her fans: "These last two years have been a real challenge for me, from the discovery of my illness to learning to how to live with it and deal with it, without letting it define me As the journey towards resuming my singing career continues, I realized how much I missed it, being able to see my fans. absence, I decided to document this part of my life, to try to raise awareness of this little-known disease and to help those who share this diagnosis."

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