MARVIN HAMLISCH: WHAT HE DID FOR LOVE
NYC PREMIERE Before his untimely death last year, composer Marvin Hamlisch was a triple-threat in the worlds of music, film and theatre. A Juilliard prodigy, he developed into a hit-maker, creating instant classics like “The Way We Were” and the score for “A Chorus Line,” winning every major award—Pulitzer, Tony, Grammy, Emmy and Oscar. His loved ones and collaborators, from Barbra Streisand and Carly Simon to Steven Soderbergh and a constellation of Broadway luminaries, offer an affectionate and entertaining tribute of the beloved showman’s life and work.
Themes:ArtsBroadway/TheatreFilms on FilmHistoryJewishLGBTMusicNYCPerformanceWomen Directors
Producer: Dori Berinstein
Cinematographer: Alan Deutsch & Jimmy O'Donnell
Editor: Penelope Falk
Music: Marvin Hamlisch
Running Time: 82 min.