The film will be his narrative feature debut, after his Oscar-winning "Summer of Soul."
The currently-untitled project will stream on Hulu as part of the company's push to diversify its documentary programming.
The award-winning documentary has sparked a modern reimagining of the famed 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival.
"When I opened my eyes I didn’t realize, 'Why is everyone so quiet?'"
Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars overshadowed many other stories that were less salacious and much more important.
The first-time director was "'Matrix' bullet–dodging responsibility" to get out of helming what became a Sundance-winning documentary.
The Sundance-winning documentary about the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival debuts in theaters and on Hulu July 2.
Common is executive-producing Questlove's sophomore directorial effort.
Questlove's acclaimed music documentary, which won two top prizes at the film festival, will have a theatrical release.
At the IndieWire Sundance Studio, presented by Adobe, Questlove discussed building a film around three huge musical moments from the Harlem Cultural Festival.
Footage from the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival, which attracted stars like Stevie Wonder and Nina Simone, has been buried for 50 years — until now.
As the reality of the moment started to sink in, many expressed shock, sorrow, anger and everything in between.
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