“Alan Hicks was wrapping up production on “Quincy,” his exhaustive profile of Quincy Jones spanning seven decades in the music business, when his longtime producer Paula DuPre Pesman, asked if he could take a look at something. The two primarily collaborated on music-related documentaries, but becoming friends as much as filmmaking partners, DuPre could trust Hicks with something sensitive and a little off the beaten path when she passed along a request from Honey Beuf, a dear friend of hers, who was interested in preserving the memory of her late daughter Olivia. There was plenty of material for Hicks to sort through when Olivia had grown up in the age of YouTube, posting videos of herself singing covers of Adele and Iggy Azalea…”

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