(CelebrityAccess) – YouTube has announced that it will be streaming a new free to watch documentary on the life and career of producer Mark Ronson.
Directed by Carl Hindmarch, How to Be: Mark Ronson, is slated to premiere on the platform October 12, and will give fans an intimate behind the scenes look into his creative process. Delving into everything from Ronson’s Grammy-award-winning collaborations with Amy Winehouse to the process of creating Bruno Mars’ mega-hit “Uptown Funk” to his recent work on the Oscar-winning film A Star Is Born, the doc features both archival footage and interviews from many of the artists he’s worked with over the years, including Boy George, Bradley Cooper, Charlotte Ronson, Joshua Homme, King Princess, Lady Gaga, Lykke Li, Mick Jones, Miley Cyrus, Nikka Costa, Q-Tip, Rashida Jones, Sean Lennon and Simon Le Bon.
The film, which runs 1 hour 49 minutes, will be available for free worldwide, under YouTube’s previously announced programming strategy to release original series and specials for free with ads. YouTube’s subscription service, YouTube Premium, will continue to offer ad-free access to all YouTube originals and provide exclusive access to director’s cuts and bonus content.
How to Be: Mark Ronson is a Livewire Pictures/Eagle Rock Films production in association with BBC Music and Eagle Rock Entertainment.
Check out the trailer below: