A documentary about the Dixie Chicks' controversial dissing of the President will make its debut in September at the Toronto International Film Festival, according to the Hollywood Reporter. 'Dixie Chicks -- Shut Up and Sing' is directed by Oscar-winning documentary veteran Barbara Kopple, who made 'Harlan Country U.S.A.' and 'Wild Man Blues,' the latter about Woody Allen's moonlighting gig as a Dixieland clarinetist.

Other music-related Toronto premieres will include docs about John Lennon and Kurt Cobain, and 'Made in Jamaica,' a French documentary about the cutthroat world of reggae and dancehall.

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