Indigo Girls are the subject of a new documentary titled Indigo Girls: It’s Only Life After All. After premiering at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival, the Alexandria Bombach-directed film is coming to North American theaters in 2024 thanks to Oscilloscope Laboratories.
It’s Only Life After All centers on Indigo Girls’ Amy Ray and Emily Saliers, and how their unique brand of folk-rock became a generation’s anthem of self-acceptance. Featuring new interviews with Ray and Saliers as well as old home videos, the documentary promises “joy, humor, and heart-warming earnestness.”
“From our earliest days at Little Five Points Community Pub in Atlanta, the ideal of ‘community’ has informed our music and activism,” Ray said in a press release. “Alexandria Bombach, Multitude Films, and TinFish Films understood this from the start, and made a documentary that pulls the threads of our career together in a profound way. We feel blessed to have worked with such a compelling crew of folks, who created a document that reflects the vital part our audience, activists, friends, family, and mentors play in our ongoing creative lives. As in all things we have endeavored, a grassroots movement seems to be the key to spreading the word, so we are excited to put it out there and let it grow.”
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Indigo Girls, who got a little extra love this year thanks to the soundtrack for Greta Gerwig’s Barbie, also have a run of North American tour dates scheduled for next year. Find tickets here.