The untimely death Amy Winehouse, the British singer-songwriter internationally-renowned for her deep vocals and eclectic mix of musical genres, proved a desperate blow for her legions of fans in July 2011. Now, four years later, Amy will come back to life through an intimate documentary of the same name that features unseen archive footage and previously unreleased tracks.

The touching documentary about the talented singer hits cinemas this summer

Only 27 at the time of her death, the outstandingly talented, multi-award winning musician, joined an elite group of talent that died at 27 through drug or drink abuse, homicide or suicide.

Within the documentary, directed by Asif Kapadia who took the helm of the 2010 Bafta-winning film Senna, interview footage shows Winehouse’s own fear of fame and what it might do to her.

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Throughout her career, Winehouse won six Grammys, three Ivor Novello awards and had her debut album, Frank, was nominated for a Mercury prize before she tragically died of alcohol poisoning.

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Executive of Universal, David Joseph, said of the film: "It tackles lots of things about family and media, fame, addiction, but most importantly, it captures the very heart of what she was about, which was an amazing person and a true musical genius."

The film will be released on July, 3 and to view the trailer, click here.