BBC Will Be Releasing A New Kurt Cobain Documentary

Titled 'Moments That Shook Music: Kurt Cobain'

BBC, or British Broadcasting Corporation has prepared a new documentary that will deal with the death of Kurt Cobain. The release is set for April 2024, to coincide with the anniversary of Cobain’s death (April 5, 1994).

The documentary bears the title Moments That Shook Music: Kurt Cobain, and it  sets out to take the viewer through the final hours of Cobain’s life. Shortly before his death, Cobain had been on tour with Nirvana promoting their latest album, In Utero.

Speaking about the documentary, Touchdown Films founder John Osbourne recalled wanting to capture an immersive experience, saying, “We are incredibly proud to be working with the BBC on this film, who share in our vision of using only archive [material] to take viewers back to 1994; to immerse themselves in this seismic story.”

Osbourne hoped to tell a story of what happened to Cobain in those final days of his life, explaining, “The only way to get a true sense of what happened is to witness it first hand, and that’s exactly what this film does. It never lets you look away”.

Much of the documentary will also include those who were there to witness the tragic events in real-time. Outside of accounts from the archives, there will be firsthand accounts from the electrician who discovered Cobain’s body as well as the police who were working on the case following his escape from rehab.

Damaged City Festival 2019 | Photos | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

CULTURE (counter, pop, and otherwise) and the people who shape it.

Damaged City Festival 2019 | Photos | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

My Cart Close (×)

Your cart is empty
Browse Shop


Don't miss out on weekly new content and exclusive deals