Ron Howard and Jay Z

Ron Howard and Jay Z

*Phase 4 Films acquired North American distribution rights to “Made In America,” a concert film about Jay Z’s inaugural 2012 Made in America Festival.

The film is Ron Howard’s first documentary, which he made in partnership with Jay Imagine Entertainment’s Brian Grazer and Jay Z.

CAA brokered the U.S. rights deal on behalf of the filmmakers, according to Deadline.com. The film premiered in Toronto and follows the rap mogul as he plans the Budweiser Made in America Festival, a concert event with musicians including Drake, Pearl Jam, Run-DMC, The Hives, Passion Pit, Calvin Harris, Janelle Monáe and Skrillex that grossed $5 million in ticket sales and drew 80,000 fans in Philadelphia.

Janelle Monae performs at the Made in America Festival (2012)

Janelle Monae performs at the Made in America Festival (2012)

The film will be released in the summer. Imagine produced with Jay Z’s Marcy Media and RadicalMedia, in association with Participant Media. Showtime had TV rights and aired it last month.

“This is not a concert film but rather a reflection of the fabric of what it means to be Made in America — what the festival represents, why Jay is doing it, and how he relates to each artist,” Howard said. “Made In America is intended to showcase Jay Z’s struggle for success and illustrate how he has become a voice and an icon for a generation of driven and creative youth.”

Watch Showtime’s “Made in America” trailer below.