Aretha Franklin holds her Grammy Award for Best Rhythm and Blue performance of the song "Bridge Over Troubled Waters," in New York, March 13, 1972.
AP Photo/Dave Pickoff
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More than 46 years after it was shot, the Aretha Franklin concert film "Amazing Grace" will finally be released, ending one of the most tortured and long-running sagas in documentary film. The late gospel singer's estate and film producers said Monday that "Amazing Grace" will premiere Nov. 12 at the DOC NYC film festival with the full support of Franklin's estate.Franklin first sued Elliott in 2011 for planning to release the film without her permission.Telluride also listed the film in its 2016 lineup only to pull it yet again.The late singer's estate said "Amazing Grace" was an important part of Franklin's legacy.
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