Youssou N'Dour Documentary Out on DVD in US, Opens in Theaters Across France

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I Bring What I Love, the documentary film that follows Youssou N'Dour upon the Nonesuch release of his Grammy-winning album Egypt, is now available to own on DVD in the US via Oscilloscope Laboratories, loaded with over 70 minutes of special features. The film's soundtrack is out on Nonesuch. I Bring What I Love opened on 20 screens across France.

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I Bring What I Love, the documentary film that follows Youssou N'Dour upon the Nonesuch release of his Grammy-winning album Egypt, is now available to own on DVD in the US via Oscilloscope Laboratories. Loaded with over 70 minutes of special features, including never-before-released performances of Youssou's band, Super Etoile de Dakar, live from his club in Dakar, Senegal, and many of director Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi's favorite moments from the road with Youssou and the Egyptian Orchestra featured on the album. The DVD is available on the official film site, ibringwhatilove.com.

The film's soundtrack, featuring live performances of many of Youssou's mbalax classics and the original song "I Bring What I Love," written by Youssou, Martin Davich, and James Newton Howard, is available here in the Nonesuch Store, as is Egypt, the album featured in the documentary. You can watch the film trailer at nonesuch.com/media.

I Bring What I Love
opens on 20 screens across France this Wednesday. Vasarhelyi will be in Paris for the occasion, where she will participate in a Q&A following the 8 PM screening at le Cinéma des Cinéastes, 7 av de Clichy. For more information on where the film will be showing in France, visit tamasadiffusion.com.

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  • Monday, April 12, 2010
    Youssou N'Dour Documentary Out on DVD in US, Opens in Theaters Across France

    I Bring What I Love, the documentary film that follows Youssou N'Dour upon the Nonesuch release of his Grammy-winning album Egypt, is now available to own on DVD in the US via Oscilloscope Laboratories. Loaded with over 70 minutes of special features, including never-before-released performances of Youssou's band, Super Etoile de Dakar, live from his club in Dakar, Senegal, and many of director Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi's favorite moments from the road with Youssou and the Egyptian Orchestra featured on the album. The DVD is available on the official film site, ibringwhatilove.com.

    The film's soundtrack, featuring live performances of many of Youssou's mbalax classics and the original song "I Bring What I Love," written by Youssou, Martin Davich, and James Newton Howard, is available here in the Nonesuch Store, as is Egypt, the album featured in the documentary. You can watch the film trailer at nonesuch.com/media.

    I Bring What I Love
    opens on 20 screens across France this Wednesday. Vasarhelyi will be in Paris for the occasion, where she will participate in a Q&A following the 8 PM screening at le Cinéma des Cinéastes, 7 av de Clichy. For more information on where the film will be showing in France, visit tamasadiffusion.com.

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