First Paramore's Hayley Williams showed her support [h/t Alt Press]:
And later, now-solo former My Chemical Romance singer Gerard Way chimed in:
Cobain, an executive producer of the Kurt doc, addressed the L.A. crowd and applauded director Brett Morgen. "After seeing it, I thought I could only watch it once. But the film that [Morgen] made -- I didn't know Kurt, but he would be exceptionally proud of it. It touches some dark subjects, but it provides a basic understanding of who he was as a human, and that's been lost."
10 Insights Learned From 'Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck' Premiere at Sundance
Frances Bean wasn't quite two years old when her father committed suicide in 1994. The doc, which premieres May 4 on HBO, features never-before-seen home movies and archival footage to tell Kurt Cobain's story.