New docudrama Audrey talks to friends and family of the iconic Breakfast At Tiffany’s actress. It also explores her life as a dancer. The star trained as a ballerina after growing up in Nazi-occupied Holland, a world away from the young woman who would enchant Hollywood and win her first Oscar at only 24 for the classic Roman Holiday in 1953.

The powerful new film incorporates rare archive footage and intimate interviews with those who knew the silver screen icon best.

Hepburn was a fashion icon as much as a movie star and includes extraordinary insights from Givenchy’s former Artistic Director Clare Waight Keller and Tiffany’s Design Director emeritus John Loring.

At the height of her celebrity, she transcended Hollywood to become a global figurehead for humanitarian causes, paving the way for many other stars to follow.


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