3DD Prods.’ “Remembering Amy,” a docu celebrating the music of the late Amy Winehouse made for Channel 4 in Blighty and presold to NRK Norway and Turner Latin America, will bow at the Mipcom TV mart in Cannes next week.
The 30-minute show features interviews and concert footage from 2006, the year the thrush’s iconic album “Back to Black” bowed. Winehouse died in July, age 27, from a drug overdose.
“Remembering Amy” is part of 3DD’s “London Live” skein, which kicks off its seventh season with perfs by British bands Elbow and Kasabian filmed at London venue Koko.
3DD is also repping showbiz strand, “Stars of the Silver Screen,” at the mart.
Produced in association with the U.K.’s Bio HD web, the latest 13 one-hour shows have been acquired by Viasat, Globosat, SBS Australia, TV Catalunya and Bio Germany.
The new batch, “Stars of the Silver Screen,” includes a docu on Marilyn Monroe timed to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the star’s death next August.
Filmed in London and New York, show features clips from Monroe’s movies, archive footage from her appearances at fests and galas, and contributions from film critics and writers.
Further episodes of the skein are devoted to Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Sinatra, James Stewart, Bette Davis, Clark Gable, Katharine Hepburn, Audrey Hepburn, Gene Kelly, Kirk Douglas, Sophia Loren and Marlon Brando.