Moonage Daydream: David Bowie documentary film release date, trailer, soundtrack and…

September 5, 2022, 4:16 p.m.

David Bowie is the subject of one of the most anticipated documentaries of 2022, and he promises to be a must-watch for all music fans.

But what is Lunar Reverie about and when can you see it in the cinema? Here’s everything you need to know:

  1. What is Moonage Daydream about?

    Moonage Daydream poster

    Moonage Daydream poster.

    Photo: BMG/HBO


    Lunar Reverie is a documentary about music and pop culture icon David Bowie.

    Written, directed, produced and edited by Brett Morgen, the film features never-before-seen footage from Bowie’s personal archive.

    It also shows live concert footage and is the first film to be officially licensed by Bowie’s estate.

    The film takes its title from the 1971 Bowie song of the same name.

    The official synopsis is:Lunar Reverie illuminates the life and genius of David Bowie, one of the most prolific and influential artists of our time.

    “Told through sublime, kaleidoscopic and never-before-seen imagery, performance and music, Brett Morgen’s cinematic experiential feature explores David Bowie’s creative, musical and spiritual journey.

    “The film is guided by David Bowie’s own narration and is the first officially sanctioned film about the artist.”

  2. When is the movie coming out?

    Lunar Reverie had its world premiere at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival in May 2022.

    It will be released in IMAX in the UK and in all cinemas in the US on September 16, 2022.

    It will then be released in all UK cinemas on September 23.

    Tickets can be found here.

    It is also slated to stream on HBO Max in the spring of 2023.

  3. What songs are on the soundtrack?

    A companion album to the film will also be released digitally on September 16.

    The compilation will include previously unreleased material, unique mixes created for the film, and dialogue from Bowie.

    A 2CD format will be released on November 18, with plans for a 3LP edition next year.

    The track list is:

    01. Time… one of the most complex expressions…” (dialogue)
    02. ‘Ian Fish, Heir to Britain’ (Moonage Daydream Mix 1)
    03. ‘Hallo Spaceboy’ (Remix Moonage Daydream Edit)
    04. Medley: “Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud” / “All The Young Dudes” / “Oh! You Pretty Things’ (Live)
    05. “Life on Mars?” (2016 Mix Moonage Daydream Edit)
    06. ‘Moonage Daydream’ (Live)
    07. ‘The Jean Genie’ / ‘Love Me Do’ / ‘The Jean Genie’ (Live) (with Jeff Beck)
    08. ‘The Light’ (Excerpt)*
    09. ‘Warszawa’ (Live Moonage Daydream Edit)
    10. “Quicksand” (mix of the first release 2021)
    11. Medley: ‘Future Legend’ / ‘Diamonds Dogs’ intro / ‘Cracked Actor’
    12. ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll With Me’ (Live at Buffalo November 8, 1974)
    13. ‘Aladdin Sane’ (Moonage Daydream Edit)
    14. “Underground”
    15. “Space Oddity” (Moonage Daydream Mix)
    16. ‘V-2 Schneider’
    17. ‘Sound and Vision’ (Moonage Daydream Mix)
    18. “A New Career in a New City” (Moonage Daydream Mix)
    19. “Word on a Wing” (Moonage Daydream Excerpt)
    20. “Heroes” (Live Moonage Daydream Edit)
    21. ‘DJ’ (Moonage Daydream Mix)
    22. ‘Ashes To Ashes’ (Moonage Daydream Mix)
    23. ‘Move On’ (Moonage Daydream called Mix Edit)
    24. ‘Moss Garden’ (Moonage Daydream Edit)
    25. ‘Cygnet Committee/Lazarus’ (Moonage Daydream Mix)
    26. “Memory of a Free Festival” (Harmonium Edit)
    27. ‘Modern Love’ (Moonage Daydream Mix)
    28. ‘Let’s Dance’ (Live Moonage Daydream Edit)
    29. ‘The Mysteries’ (Moonage Daydream Mix)
    30. “Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide” (Live Moonage Daydream Edit)
    31. ‘Ian Fish, British Heir’ (Moonage Daydream Mix 2)
    32. “Word on a Wing” (Moonage Daydream Mix)
    33. ‘Hallo Spaceboy’ (Live Moonage Daydream mix)
    34. “I didn’t go to Oxford Town” (Moonage Daydream a cappella Mix Edit)
    35. ‘Hero: IV’. ‘Son of the Silent Age’ (excerpt) *
    36. ‘★’ (Moonage Daydream Mix Edit)
    37. ‘Ian Fish, Heir to Britain’ (Moonage Daydream Mix Excerpt)
    38. “Memory of a Free Festival” (Moonage Daydream Mix Edit)
    29. ‘Starman’
    40. “You are aware of a deeper existence…” (dialogue)
    41. ‘Amendments’
    42. “Let me tell you one thing…” (dialogue)
    43. “Well, you know what an incredible pleasure it has been…” (dialogue)



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