|Release||September 23, 2023 (Limited)|
|Genres||Documentary, Music, Biography|
|Studio||Sony Pictures Classics|
At the age of 5, in his native Mexico, he learned to play the violin. At 8, he developed a lifelong love for the guitar. At 14, he honed those guitar virtuoso skills and his performance style working a street musician, starting his own band long after, while still a teenager. And at 22 -- just before his first album was released to acclaim -- Carlos Santana became one of the major discoveries of Woodstock, anchoring the famous festival's second afternoon on August 16, 1969. A music industry legend for 50 years and a 10-time Grammy-winning global sensation, as well as a recipient of a Kennedy Center Honor and a Billboard Century award, Santana continues to be one of the music world's premiere artists, blending jazz, blues, and the Mariachi sound with a rock n' roll spirituality and a sense of connection to music's primal connection to our deepest emotions. The electric documentary CARLOS utilizes new interviews with Santana and his family alongside extraordinary, never-before-seen archival footage -- including home video recordings Santana himself made; concert footage; and behind-the-scenes moments -- as two-time Emmy-winning director Rudy Valdez (The Sentence; Through Our Eyes; We Are: The Brooklyn Saints) creates an intimate, rich documentary about a man whose sound casts a spell on fans who love -- as one of Santana's famous titles says -- "how his rhythm goes."