To celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, a documentary film from the late Roger Michell is heading to cinemas.

At the point this story is being written, we’re three weeks away from the late Roger Michell’s latest movie, The Duke, finally getting a cinema release. The delightful caper, starring Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren, was originally set for a release last September before being put back. In the interim, Michell was taken from us too soon.

Now we learn that his final film has landed distribution too. Elizabeth: A Portrait In Parts is a documentary about the life and times of Queen Elizabeth II, and its going to be arriving in cinemas and Prime Video on June 3rd 2022, in time for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

The first trailer for the film has been released too, as well as an official synopsis. The trailer first…

And here’s the synopsis…

Elizabeth: A Portrait in Parts is a unique and inventive feature documentary about the life of Queen Elizabeth II. Directed by the late, great and much celebrated Roger Michell (Notting Hill, The Duke) and produced by prolific British producer Kevin Loader (Nowhere Boy, The Lady in the Van), Elizabeth: A Portrait in Parts is a nostalgic, uplifting and fresh modern chronicle of the extraordinary 70-year reign of Her Majesty the Queen, the longest-lived, longest-reigning British monarch and longest-serving female head of state in history.

More as we hear it…

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