Pink Floyd "The Wall" Documentary is a 25 minute documentary based around The Wall live shows, and features the unloading of the touring equipment as it arrives at the Earls Court venue in 1980, it goes on to show Roger at sound check, and a general walk about during the set up of the August London shows, and includes interviews with the Pink Floyd and their crew. It was August 1980, at Earls Court, when cameras recorded the frenetic operation of the entire load-in process.
One editor, working alone for six months, was able to create this 'behind-the-scenes' documentary. The film successfully shows the magnitude of people and material necessary to mount this incredible production. The staging of this concert has been referred to as, "...possibly twice the size of any other show done in rock & roll thus far." (meaning 1980)
Perhaps more significant. this performance would be the last for the band with all the original members who recorded the album.
In the melee of the breakup. this documentary was archived and forgotten for nearly a quarter century.
Witness now the building of "The Wall" & "The Lost Documentary".

Film Duration: 25 min