Featuring footage from the 'Let It Be' sessions...
*Peter Jackson* is set to direct a new documentary featuring *The Beatles* recording 'Let It Be'.
The band were in dire straights when recording.. Clash - Published
The Lord of the Rings director speaks to Jack Shepherd about his four-year absence from cinemas, making the World War One film They Shall Not Grow Old, and his new project, Mortal Engines Independent - Published
'The Lord of the Rings' film-maker was keen to adapt Philip Reeve's novel with colleague Christian Rivers and help kickstart the Oscar-winning visual effects artist's debut directing career. Rough cut..
They Shall Not Grow Old Trailer - On the centenary of the end of First World War, Academy Award-winner Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings trilogy) presents the World Premiere of an extraordinary new..
Most of the World War One film archive is grainy in texture, jerkily recorded, is in black and white and has no sound. Generally, very small excerpts appear on television on notable occasions, but it.. Express and Star - Published
Peter Jackson’s documentary, which had its world premiere last night as part of the London Film Festival, is as close as we can come now to seeing it as it was lived, as it was endured. MailOnline - Published
Director Peter Jackson premiered his World War One documentary "They Shall Not Grow Old" on Tuesday, urging those whose family fought in the conflict to talk to their elderly relatives with knowledge.. Reuters - Published
William, 36, looked in high spirits as he walked the red carpet for They Shall Not Grow Old in London. His appearance comes after it was revealed sister-in-law Pippa, 35, has given birth to her first.. MailOnline - Published
Featuring voice-overs from veteran soldiers and transformed 100-year-old archive footage from the battlefield, Peter Jackson offered a first look at his upcoming World War One film "They Shall Not Grow.. Reuters - Published
Three-time Oscar-winning director Peter Jackson's They Shall Not Grow Old will show revitalised and colourised 3D footage of the First World War at the BFI London Film Festival on October 16. MailOnline - Published