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Double E Pictures founder and CEO Eric Eisner and Live Nation Productions have boarded All I Can Say, a documentary about Blind Melon singer Shannon Hoon, who died from complications due to a drug overdose in 1995 at 28 years old.
The film about the “No Rain” singer is co-directed by Danny Clinch, Taryn Gould and Colleen Hennessey and is produced by Gould, Lindha Narvaez and Samuel Gursky. Eisner, Michael Rapino, Ryan Kroft, Clinch and John Beug executive produced.
All I Can Say recounts the final five years of Hoon’s life, as the lead singer of Blind Melon, until a few hours before his sudden death while on tour. Created with Hoon’s own footage, the film offers an inside look into his family, his creative process, the band’s rise to fame and his struggle with addiction.
“I am pleased to be partnering with everyone on such a quality film,” said Eisner in a statement. All I Can Say has played on the festival circuit, including at Tribeca and the International Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam on Nov. 22.
Double E Pictures’ prior release was Long Strange Trip: The Untold Story of the Grateful Dead, directed by Amir Bar-Lev and executive produced by Martin Scorsese. It was sold to Amazon Prime Video.
Live Nation Productions is the film, TV and documentary production arm of Live Nation Entertainment.
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