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Quincy Jones documentary premieres at 2018 Toronto International Film Festival
Quincy Jones speaks with Maricel Joy Dicion

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Quincy Jones documentary premieres at 2018 Toronto International Film Festival

You will be hard pressed to find anything in the last six decades that doesn’t have Quincy Jones’ fingerprints on it – from bebop to hip-hop, there is nothing that he hasn’t touched or inspired.

In Quincy, the new Netflix documentary airing Friday, Sept. 21, viewers will get an intimate look into Jones’ epic life. Directed by his daughter Rashida Jones and Alan Hicks, the film seamlessly threads personal vérité moments with private archival footage to share the the story of a legend.

“This documentary profiles music and culture icon Quincy Jones, offering unprecedented access to his private life and stories from his unparalleled career.”

Quincy celebrated its world premiere in Toronto during the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival. HipHopCanada was on the red carpet for the premiere and quickly caught up with Jones, watch below.

Stay tuned for a full review of the film.

Quincy Jones documentary premieres at 2018 Toronto International Film Festival

You can follow @QuincyDJones on Instagram.


Visit the official Quincy profile on Netflix.

Maricel is the Managing Editor at HipHopCanada and the host of HipHopCanada's "The Narrative Of..." and "Unplugged" series. She focuses on sharing timely feature stories and thought-leadership content – the kind of stories that make you think, change and challenge perceptions, and provide valuable industry and culture-related information. Maricel covers select artist interviews, select music/video releases, events, as well as industry and culture trends and news. maricel@hiphopcanada [dot] com | @mariceldicion

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