After making its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this summer and garnering acclaim and awards, the Suzanne Joe Kai-directed documentary Like a Rolling Stone: The Life and Times of Ben Fong-Torres kicks off its theatrical run starting today at the Laemmle Monica Film Center in Santa Monica.

StudioLA and XTR dropped a new trailer for the docu about the titular legendary Rolling Stone journalist and editor.

The film paints a portrait of Fong-Torres, a pioneering Asian American journalist who was instrumental in the careers of many iconic music legends. It was no secret that every rock/pop/soul music act of the ’70s yearned to be on the cover of the iconic magazine and be interviewed by Fong-Torres.

Executive produced by Oscar-winning Freida Lee Mock, Oscar-nominated Bryn Mooser, award winning Doug Blush and the late Tony Hsieh, Like a Rolling Stone features features archival footage and intimate interviews with Fong-Torres, Cameron Crowe, Annie Leibovitz, Carlos Santana, Elton John, Steve Martin, Bob Weir, Ray Charles, Tina Turner, Quincy Jones, Marvin Gaye and more.

Fong-Torres’ life is an epic sweep through the world of rock and roll. The American-born son of Chinese immigrants, he grew up in Chinatown with only a radio to the outside world. Driven by a passion for music and writing, his groundbreaking work helped define American culture. He became a voice of a generation which changed America forever.