There are years in careers of musicians that are crucial for the formation of a certain performer as an artist. This evolution takes place step by step, never stands still and moves further in constant flow of inspiration.
According to director Francis Whately in David Bowie’s career these crucial years – five all in all – fell at 1971, 1975, 1977, 1980 and 1983 when such Bowie classics as ‘Ziggy Stardust’, ‘Young Americans’, ‘Fame’, ‘Fashion’ or ‘Let’s Dance’ were released. In the new documentary ‘David Bowie – Five Years’, Mr. Whately takes music lovers on an exciting journey back in time to these important years in Bowie’s artistic career. On 7th June the film was premiered and presented by the director himself in Moscow at the annual Beat Film Festival.
Archive footage of live performances, backstage videos, snippets of old interviews with David Bowie and stories from people who worked…
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