An Aretha Franklin documentary that was taped 46 years ago is in the works to be released on November 12, 2018.

The film that follows Aretha Franklin’s performances at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles back in 1972, never made it to the big screen due to technical difficulties according to Warner Bros. Now, the estate of late singer Aretha Franklin and producer Alan Elliott came to a compromise to release the film. The film titled, ‘Amazing Grace,’ has yet to see a distribution deal for a 2019 release to the general public, but reports state that the documentary was initially set to premiere at film festivals in Colorado and Canada in 2015. However, attorneys of the late Detroit diva put a stop to it via an injunction until Elliott and Franklin’s camp made an agreeable negotiation.

The film will be premiered at the DOC NYC festival and Sabrina Owens, Franklin’s niece and executor of her estate, spoke on her enthusiasm for the upcoming documentary. “In recent weeks, Alan presented the film to the family at the African American Museum here, and we absolutely love it,” she said. “We can see Alan’s passion for the movie, and we are just as passionate about it. It’s in a very pure environment, very moving and inspirational, and it’s an opportunity for those individuals who had not experienced her in a gospel context to see how diverse her music is. We are so excited to be a part of this.”