Sunday, March 4, 2012


A documentary chronicling the live of Reggae Superstar Bob Marley will premiere, at Emancipation park, on April 19th in Kingston, Jamaica.

Jamaican fans of legendary Reggae singer, Bob Marley won’t have to wait too much longer to see the much anticipated documentary of their beloved icon.

After being initially unveiled at the Berlin International Film Festival late last month to rave reviews, Marley, the first authorized documentary on Bob Marley’s storied life and career will be premiered at Emancipation Park in Kingston on April 19. The premiere of Marley will take place a day prior to its international release and will be free to the public.

The Marley family, as well as the executive producer of the 2 ½ hour film, Chris Blackwell expect a record turnout for the event which marks yet another major contribution and celebration of Jamaica’s 50th anniversary of Independence this year.  

Marley features exclusive footage of Bob Marley on and off stage as his family has allowed for use images and film footage from their personal archives for the public to gain a true inside look into the late Reggae singer.

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