The indomitable spirit of jazz legend Clark Terry transcends the music biopic genre, creating an unquestionably special film that is pure heart and soul. A talented musician who played alongside Duke Ellington and Count Basie, Terry found his greatest joy not as one of the most celebrated trumpeters in music history, but rather as a teacher whose students include Miles Davis and mega-producer Quincy Jones. His impact on music education is incalculable. Now age 93, facing declining health and loss of vision, Terry’s enduring passion for mentoring the next generation of musicians lives on in the close bond he forms with an exceptional up-and-coming pianist who also happens to be blind. A toe-tapping crowd pleaser that never misses a beat, this moving look at a great man and the teacher-student relationship is a vibrant celebration of life and music. Winner of this year’s Tribeca Film Festival Audience Award.