Score Passes to an Advance Screening of Amy Winehouse Documentary 'Amy'

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Amy Winehouse performing live at V-Festival, Hylands Park on 17 August 2008.

Can't wait to see Amy, the Amy Winehouse documentary featured in this week's cover story? Billboard is giving away passes to advance screenings of the film at theaters across the country ahead of its national release on July 10 (it opens in New York and L.A. on July 3).

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If you're interested in attending, click here to sign up for passes to the screening nearest to you -- but be quick. Passes are limited, and it's first come, first served.

Special advance screenings of Amy are in the following cities:

Austin 

Boston 

Chicago 

Dallas 

Denver 

Detroit 

Houston 

Miami 

Minneapolis 

Philadelphia 

Phoenix 

Portland,

San Diego 

San Francisco 

Seattle 

Washington D.C.

And Billboard has an exclusive never-before-seen clip of Winehouse goofing around with former manager and friend Nick Shymansky in 2004, part of the archival footage from friends and family sourced for the documentary that didn't make it into the film.

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"This clip takes me back to a happy time with Amy," Shymansky tells Billboard about the 2004 home video. "Amy and I had been flown out to New York by Universal to meet the U.S. arm of the record label -- who after meeting Amy didn't want to release Frank. We didn't let that bother us and we made the most of our free trip by walking around Manhattan, shopping, sight seeing and eating at nice lunch spots. I'd say 60% of my time with Amy was both her and I going in and out of role play from old people, Hasidic Jews to Russian and Spanish. We'd both end up in hysterics, and this clip captures that vibe."

Watch it below:

 

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