‘First authorized documentary about iconic band Led Zeppelin picked up by Sony Pictures Classics’

Sony Pictures Classics has acquired the highly anticipated documentary “Becoming Led Zeppelin,” which has been in the works for the past five years. Directed by Bernard MacMahon, the film offers a unique insight into the legendary band with the full cooperation of its members.

Featuring new interviews with Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, and John Paul Jones, as well as never-before-heard interviews with John Bonham, the documentary promises to delve deep into the band’s archives. Viewers can also expect unseen concert footage from some of Led Zeppelin’s early performances, adding to the excitement of the film.

The project, which was co-written in 2019 and later screened at the Venice Film Festival, has already received rave reviews from band members. Both MacMahon and Page expressed their admiration for the film, with Page describing it as “amazing” and highlighting the powerful energy of the story and music.

Sony Pictures Classics praised the documentary, calling it “THE definitive film on the origins of Led Zeppelin.” The company is excited to bring this grand theatrical experience to audiences around the world, promising an immersive journey into the band’s history and legacy.

While no release date has been announced yet, fans can look forward to experiencing the magic of Led Zeppelin on the big screen with the best possible sound quality. Stay tuned for more updates on this groundbreaking documentary.