Linda Perry Talks Letting Go, Music and More at World Premiere of Documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival

Linda Perry: Let It Die Here is an intimate look at a vulnerable and courageous woman as she navigates life-altering personal circumstances amidst gnawing career decisions

From The Team 

June 7, 2024

Linda Perry debuted her documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival at The Indeed Theater at Spring Studios in New York City last night. The iconic singer-songwriter shared what she learned making the film and daughter Rhodes was in tow to support her mom. We also spoke with director, Don Hardy about what it was like to peer into Perry’s world and relationship with her child.

The film follows the Grammy and Golden Globe-nominated artist, as well as Songwriter Hall of Fame inductee as she struggles with fear, shame, illness, perfectionism, as well as the burdens and gifts of family. Let It Die Here features appearances by a number of close friends and collaborators, including Dolly Parton, Christina Aguilera, Kate Hudson, Sara Gilbert, and Brandi Carlile, the latter of whom declares Perry to be a “queer icon.”

Its story is told through intimate verite footage, select interviews and hypnotic animation sequences, helping lay bare Perry’s authentic self in much the same way she enables music’s biggest stars to do in the studio.

320 480 600 768 800 1024 1500 1920 Facebook Twitter Feed Instagram Email