Netflix has picked up rights to a documentary that follows musician Lewis Capaldi as he returns to his parent’s home in Scotland.
Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now will drop 5 April and has been produced by BMG and Pulse Films, with Independent Entertainment distributing.
Joe Pearlman (Bros: After the Screaming Stops) directs the special, which follows Capaldi as he attempts to reconnect with his old life and the family and friends he left behind following his success.
The 1 x 90-minute show has been co-financed by BMG, Capaldi’s long time global music publisher, and Quickfire Films.
Sam Bridger, head of music film at Pulse, said: “This started out as a film about the process of creating the ‘difficult second album’ but ended up being an astonishingly unguarded portrait of the pressures of fame on young shoulders, exploring one of the great conversations of our age – mental health.
“Such unfiltered access to one of the biggest stars on the planet is testament to the bravery of Lewis and his team who invited us into their world, and the incredible trust and storytelling instincts of director Joe Pearlman, producer Alice Rhodes and the production team.”