Martin Scorsese is making a documentary about the New York City music scene in the 1970s

One of over a dozen new projects in Imagine's documentary department

Martin Scorsese has inked a new deal with Imagine Entertainment, and as part of it, he’s making a documentary about the New York City music scene during the 1970s.
 


According to Variety, the forthcoming flick marks one of over a dozen new projects in Imagine’s documentary portfolio. While not many details have been released of the show, Scorsese will be making his return to the music world after the cancellation of HBO’s Vinyl.

In the past, Scorsese has been at the helm of non-scripted music projects about The Rolling Stones, George Harrison, The Band, and more.