Did you understand that a documentary about the success of Beyonce will be on Netflix during Coachella 2018? Well, you understand that now!
It was during the weekend that Netflix tweeted a cryptic message about this upcoming movie and now that the trailer has been published, it’s all made official.
Netflix US shared on a yellow background a picture of the phrase “HOMECOMING April 17” written in black font.
Some of the letters have been substituted by letters from the Greek alphabet in the term HOMECOMING.
Coachella was the first black woman to headline this festival in 2018, Beyoncé. And that’s been a large deal, so the film also has to do with black history.
Below is a photograph of Queen B performing in Indio, California at the Empire Polo Field on April 14, 2018.
In line with the ENEWS! The reason the documentary was named homecoming is likely because Beyonce introduced the Homecoming program that generated scholarships at four Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé, will be “interspersed with candorous footage and interviews showing the preparation and strong purpose behind her vision, [ the film ] traces the emotional path from creative to cultural.“
The trailer starts with a voiceover from the Maya Angelou literary icon. Dr. Angelou states in it: “What I really want to do is to represent my race, the human race. I have an opportunity to demonstrate how kind we can be, how smart and generous we can be. I have the opportunity to teach, love and laugh.
Homecoming airs on April 17. To see the trailer of Homecoming, click here.