I'll Be Me, a documentary chronicling Glen Campbell's life and musical career, will hit theaters nationwide in October.
James Keach, who directed the Johnny Cash bio-pic Walk the Line, directed this film, which tells Glen's story through interviews with him, his family and such fans as Bruce Springsteen, Bill Clinton, Paul McCartney, Jay Leno, Taylor Swift and Jimmy Webb. I'll Be Me also features loads of live footage spanning Campbell's career, with a focus on the farewell tour he embarked upon after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease in 2011.
The studio will also be arranging special screenings of the movie for organizations helping Alzheimer's patients and their families deal with the disease.
The movie will open in New York on October 24th and then be rolled out nationwide.