Led Zeppelin have announced that a documentary commemorating their 50th anniversary will be released.
The film is currently in post-production and has not been named yet. Directed by Bernard MacMahon, whose 2017 film American Epic won four awards for delving into the ’20s roots music movement, the film “traces the journeys of the four members through the music scene of the 1960s, their meeting in the summer of 1968 for a rehearsal that will change the future of rock and culminates in 1970 when their second album knocks the Beatles off the top of the charts and they become the number one band in the world.”
The documentary will also feature “rare archival interviews” with late drummer John Bonham. A released statement claims that only the four band members are featured “with no outside voices of conjecture” alongside never-before-seen clips and photographs.