Fans will finally get a behind-the-scenes look at how the historic performance all came together.
— billboard (@billboard) April 8, 2019
The streaming service released a two-minute trailer for the documentary on Monday, titled Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé, with narrations by legendary poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou.
The doc will be released on April 17, which coincides with the one-year anniversary of the iconic 2018 performance.
As previously reported, the film will be focused on her heavily detailed HBCU inspired Coachella performance and will feature behind-the-scenes look at how the breathtaking performance all came together. The trailer also includes footage of daughter Blu Ivy leading what looks to be a dance rehearsal and we see a quick glimpse of twins Rumi and Sir.
The two-hour, 26 song set saw Beyoncé make history by becoming the first black woman to headline the festival.
The set opened up with her 2003 hit single “Crazy in Love” before inviting husband Jay-Z on stage to perform their 2006 collaboration, “Déjà vu”. Beyoncé also reunited with former bandmates, Kelly Rowlands and Michelle Williams.
A Netflix spokesman said: “This intimate, in-depth look at Beyoncé’s celebrated 2018 Coachella performance reveals the emotional road from creative concept to a cultural movement.”
Check out the trailer below.
The songstress will voice Nala in the upcoming remake of Disney’s The Lion King, to be released in July. She recently signed a “multi-layered” deal with Adidas as part of the relaunch of her athleisure brand Ivy Park. To top it off, she is also said to be working on new music. This is turning out to be the year of Beyonce. Again.