It’s been 20 years since the death of iconic Nirvana lead singer Kurt Cobain and in that time we have seen numerous films about the life and times of the troubled star, all documenting his life from the outside. Well, today, HBO announced that for the first time ever, filmmaker Brett Morgen will premiere a “fully authorized” documentary about the Seattle native entitled Montage of Heck. The film will feature complete access to archives, home movies, recordings, artwork, photography, journals and much more. With such a slew of intimate personal content, the film will touch on material never covered before and it is all made possible by the involvement of one Frances Dean Cobain. That’s right, the daughter of Kurt and the infamous Courtney Love is serving as the executive producer to the project, making Montage of Heck the most honest and highly anticipated work about Kurt’s life ever. There is no word on when Montage of Heck is set to air next year, but you can be sure we will keep you posted.
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