This weekend, Netflix will debut a special dedicated to Chadwick Boseman‘s greatest performances.
Titled Chadwick Boseman: Portrait of an Artist, the programme includes the late actor’s collaborators and costars—including Viola Davis, Spike Lee, Denzel Washington, and Danai Gurira—paying homage to Boseman’s talent and craft.
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“You know you have to step up when you’re in his presence,” Davis, who starred alongside Boseman in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, says in the trailer. Gurira, who stood at Boseman’s side in Black Panther, later adds, “He’s thinking about every part of the world he’s in and how it becomes the truth.”
Portrait of an Artist arrives on Saturday, April 17, at 3am. ET, and will be available for only 30 days, per Entertainment Weekly. Others speaking in the film include Phylicia Rashad, Taylour Paige, Brian Helgeland (42‘s screenwriter), Reginald Hudlin (Marshall‘s director), and George C. Wolfe (Ma Rainey‘s director). The production also includes sound clips of Boseman’s own words.
“I’m Chadwick Boseman. I am an artist,” he says at the beginning of the trailer. “People call me an actor. I wouldn’t necessarily call myself an actor. I would call myself an artist.”
Boseman passed away last August at the age of 43 after a private battle with colon cancer. His final two films were Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, both of which are now earning him posthumous award recognition. He’s currently in the running for the Best Actor trophy at this year’s Academy Awards.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US