New film chronicles the famous pop star’s recent ‘Madame X’ tour
Madonna’s new documentary film, madam x, will make its television debut in the UK tomorrow night (7 October).
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The film, which will air on MTV UK at 10:00 pm, features the famed pop star’s recent ‘Madame X’ tour in support of her 14th studio album of the same name.
Directed by Ricardo Gomes, the concert film will feature a series of footage from the singer’s 2019/2020 tour, including shots from 48 on-stage performers (including Madonna’s children as well as musicians and dancers from around the world). Women’s Orchestra Batukadeiras.
“It has been very meaningful to me to share my perspective with a global audience,” Madonna said of the documentary in a press release. “The opportunity to bring its message and the scintillating artistry of all involved to a wider audience comes at a time when music is so deeply needed to remind us of the sacred bonds of our shared humanity.”
You can watch its teaser trailer madam x Down:
The film will also be available to stream in the US tomorrow (October 8) via Paramount+.
Bruce Gilmour, Chief Content Officer, Music, Paramount+, said: “Madonna is undoubtedly the biggest superstar in the world, one who never fails to push boundaries and shape the pop culture landscape. She and MTV have an incredibly long history together and we are thrilled to continue our partnership globally with the special world premiere of Madame X streaming on Paramount+ this October. “
The original ‘Madame X’ tour, which included a run of 12 nights at the London Palladium in February 2020, was created and directed by a team led by Madonna, with Jamie King as creative producer and Megan Lawson as co-director and principal choreographer. included as. .
In a five-star review of one of ‘Madame X’ London dates, GranthshalaL. Hunt wrote: “For all her dramatic personalities on ‘Madame X’, tonight is largely about Madonna. In the end, it seems we know her a lot better.
“It’s strange to see the Queen of Pop in this light. As disturbing as it sounds, the tension of seeing an untouchable legend let his guard down is what makes this show incredibly special. It also sounds like a brave move from a cast.” Guess who can. Again, risk taking and reinvestment is what makes Madonna an icon.”
Meanwhile, She and Him have shared an unreleased cover of Madonna’s “Holiday” – you can listen to it here.
The pair – which included actor Zooey Deschanel (new girl) and M. Ward of Monsters of Folk – are set to release the 10th anniversary edition of their festive album ‘A Very She and Him Christmas’ via Merge on 12 November.
The vinyl reissue will feature a bonus 7″ record, featuring Queen of Pop’s 1983 single as well as the B-side to Wham! Cover of ‘Last Christmas’.