A month ago we shared one post about upcoming documentary for Eric Clapton.
A couple days ago, Showtime released a new trailer for the documentary movie about Eric Clapton’s life. The documentary will have debut at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) this week, and after that the premiere will be release on Showtime in February, 2018.
“Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars” is documentary movie about Eric Clapton directed by Oscar-winner Lili Fini Zanuck. The movie is a personal look at the life of a legend and lookback on the Clapton’s several periods of his life.
Photos, clips and footage from the stage’s around the world, iconic photos and concert posters, handwritten letters, drawings and many other personal entries from the Clapton’s personal archive we will see in this documentary.
The trailer opens with footage of B.B. King describing Clapton before launching into other pieces of archival material and voiceovers describing Clapton’s biography and far-reaching musical influence. At first glance, it appears the film will explore many of the darker periods of Clapton’s life, including his battle with drugs and alcohol and the death of his son in 1991.