Dons of Disco

82 Minutes

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

Distributor: The Nacelle Company

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?

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

-Rolling Stone Italia

About as good as feature documentaries get.


Could Dons of Disco be the new Searching For Sugarman?

-Deadline Hollywood