On January 7, HBO will air the new documentary Bright Lights, directed by Fisher Stevens and Alexis Bloom. The film follows the lives of Hollywood's mother-daughter pair Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, both of whom died last week within a day of each other. Reynolds, best known for her film work in the 1950s and '60s (most notably Singin' in the Rain), died at the age of 84, while Fisher, best known as Princess Leia of the Star Wars franchise, died at the age of 60.

Bright Lights, which has already screened at both the New York and Cannes Film Festivals, is now dedicated in memory of the late screen stars. Take a look below at a trailer for the film, airing at 8pm this Saturday.