We adore Feist's music—it's the kind we put on repeat when we're in the tender sort of mood or want to dance through subway turnstiles. But if you still haven't fallen in love with the Canadian singer-songwriter's soft melodies, her new documentary film "Look At What The Light Did Now" could easily win you over. Illuminating the artist's collaborations with the people surrounding her, the film is a poetic take on the creative process of making music, specifically her Grammy-nominated album "The Reminder." Feist is the kind of artist who collaborates not only with other musicians, but with shadow puppeteers, thread muralists, and filmmakers for a multimedia experience that we can't help but be wooed by. The film, directed by Anthony Seck and produced by Jannie McInnes, and sold as a DVD, comes with a bonus audio CD which includes live performances and short film. Click through for Leslie's virtual tour of the documentary!
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