Dons of Disco

Documentary
87 Minutes
2019

Director/Producer: Jonathan Sutak
Co-Producer: Julian Branciforte
Cinematography: Sean McDaniel, Matthew Jacoby
Editor: Jonathan Sutak, Noah Kistler

Sales: Steven C. Beer at Franklin, Weinrib, Rudell & Vassalo

In the 1980s, Den Harrow dominated the European pop charts with hits like “Future Brain,” “Bad Boy,” and “Don’t Break My Heart.” Thirty years later, American Thomas Barbèy makes a startling revelation: he was “the secret voice” behind the project, and Italian Stefano Zandri has allegedly been lip-syncing for decades. Hell hath no fury like a pop star scorned…

In the true-life Faustian drama, Dons of Disco, a 30-year-old secret, between two middle-aged men, will ignite the most conceptual music rivalry of all time. Who is the “true” artist behind Den Harrow: the face or the voice?

Tells the truth about one of Italo Disco's most iconic singers.

-Rolling Stone Italia

About as good as feature documentaries get.

-GQ

Could Dons of Disco be the new Searching For Sugarman?

-Deadline Hollywood