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Hardwell Releases Official 'Living The Dream' Documentary Trailer

By Ryan Middleton ryan.middleton@musictimes.com | Oct 14, 2015 04:45 PM EDT

In the midst of a very busy Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), that includes the several high-profile gigs around the city and premiere of his new documentary I AM Hardwell - Living The Dream, Hardwell has unveiled the official trailer for all of his fans online who weren't able to see the movie in Amsterdam.

This isn't supposed to be a typical tour aftermovie, this will dive into the life of Hardwell as he tours the globe on his I AM Hardwell tour. It chronicles his 34 cities in countries from India to Spain to the United States, while also providing inside perspective into his life as a budding superstar, his team and how the tour was assembled and put on. Think more along the lines of the Leave The World Behind documentary that chronicled the end of Swedish House Mafia.

The film is directed by Hardwell's long-time videographer Robert Piree and is produced by Alda Events, Cloud9 Music, in cooperation with Revealed Recordings and Sorted Management.

Hardwell spoke about the film in a statement on his YouTube. "I am thrilled with the result. My life has been one huge roller-coaster ride since I was chosen as #1 DJ in the world back in 2013. The expectations kept on getting higher so I had the feeling I had to keep on raising the bar. I AM Hardwell - Living the Dream will show you that not only my music but also the concert tour has had a huge development in the past few years. I am beyond proud of the team who made this possible and of all people who did just about anything for me during this journey we have shared together."

It is being released in Holland, tomorrow Oct. 15 and will see its worldwide release on VOD Dec. 15. Get more information on the film here and individuals in Holland can buy tickets for the theater release here.  The soundtrack is the Mako orchestral mix of "Spaceman." It is a precursor to a new remix album for Hardwell's United We Are album that will feature 14 new arrangements.

 

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