As I AM: the Life and Times of DJ AM covers the mash-up pioneer's meteoric rise to superstardom, his long-running struggle with drug addiction, titanic efforts to help others in recovery, tabloid romances with models and actresses, top-shelf endorsement deals, appearances in hit series and blockbuster films like Entourage and Iron Man 2, and miraculously surviving a fiery plane crash with Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker a little less than a year before his controversial and untimely death. Featuring interviews with contemporaries like Mark Ronson, Diplo, Jon Favreau, DJ Jazzy Jeff and A-Trak. Music by Daft Punk, Justice, Outkast, Elton John, The Doors, The Ramones, Blondie, Black Sabbath, Talking Heads, The Outfield, Fischerspooner, Zoë Keating, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Gang Starr, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, and many more!
Unlock an exhaustive collection of bonus features that starts rolling out on 3/30/23 and includes:
DJ AM: The Artist is a 3-part, 3-hour series that deep dives into Adam's musical journey from start to finish.
Adam Goldstein: The Addict is a 12-part series that takes an unvarnished look at the dangerous forces at play on AM throughout his life.
As I AM: The Life & Times of DJ AM (Extended Cut) featuring over 7 minutes of new footage & interviews!
Coming soon: a special feature dedicated to Adam's shoe obsession & collection featuring never-before-seen footage!
Coming soon: in-depth film commentary from the filmmaking team.
As I AM: The Life and Times of DJ AM (Extended Cut)
DJ AM: The Artist
Adam Goldstein: The Addict
If you are looking for the original theatrical cut of As I AM: The Life & Times of DJ AM, you can view that here.
A haunting tribute to an underappreciated innovator. 4.5/5 Stars.
There is hardly a DJ today who isn't influenced in some way by the trail AM blazed. Moments of real power. Worth checking out.
- The Source
Shows the effect of addiction and how it can tear down some of the greatest and most talented people.
Really captured how tormented AM must have felt. A must see.
- Rolling Stone
Riveting and excellent. An insider’s look at the life and death of America’s first million-dollar DJ.
- New York Post
Amazing. Very emotional. Doesn’t shy away from the dark side of addiction.
- Fox News