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A documentary about Grateful Dead icon Jerry Garcia will be produced, in part, by his family.
RadicalMedia, the company behind Prince Harry's "The Me You Can't See," Disney+'s "Hamilton" and more, will also produce the flick, per a release obtained by Fox Business. They will also partner with Red Light Management.
The movie will be helmed by Justin Kreutzmann, son of Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann. The filmmaker has examined Garcia and his colleagues before when producing the 2017 doc "Long Strange Trip: The Untold Story of the Grateful Dead," which followed the Grateful Dead's decades-long career.
"Opening up the Jerry Garcia personal archives for the very first time, the documentary will be an intimate look and the definitive story of the man, the father, artist, husband, musician, friend, and co-founder of the Grateful Dead," read the release. "Through this very personal portrait, Kreutzmann shares rare never-before-heard interviews with Garcia and those closest to him, as well as never-before-seen footage he filmed over years of time with Garcia."
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