Yesterday we shared the latest news about upcoming Led Zeppelin documentary by Grammy-awarded American film director and screenwriter Bernard MacMahon, and revealed the comments of the band members about it.

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Today, Led Zeppelin icon Jimmy Page shared a 51-years-old rare photo on his Instagram page and revelaed the latest information about the Led Zeppelin documentary.

Here is his statement:

“Now in post-production, the as yet untitled @LedZeppelin documentary, directed by Bernard MacMahon, celebrates the world’s best-selling rock band on their fiftieth anniversary. ⠀⠀

The documentary 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.
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With brand new interviews of JP, Robert Plant, and John Paul Jones, as well as rare archival interviews with the late John Bonham, this documentary will be the first of its kind; the Led Zeppelin story told through the words of the men that lived it, with no outside voices or conjecture.

Featuring never before seen archive film and photographs, state of the art audio transfers of the band’s music, as well as the music that shaped their sound, this documentary will be the definitive telling of the birth of the world’s biggest selling rock band. It is the first and only time the band have participated in a documentary in fifty years.
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📸Dick Barnatt / Redferns (Getty Images), 1968
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Now in post-production, the as yet untitled @LedZeppelin documentary, directed by Bernard MacMahon, celebrates the world’s best-selling rock band on their fiftieth anniversary. ⠀⠀ The documentary 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. ⠀⠀ With brand new interviews of JP, Robert Plant, and John Paul Jones, as well as rare archival interviews with the late John Bonham, this documentary will be the first of its kind; the Led Zeppelin story told through the words of the men that lived it, with no outside voices or conjecture. Featuring never before seen archive film and photographs, state of the art audio transfers of the band’s music, as well as the music that shaped their sound, this documentary will be the definitive telling of the birth of the world’s biggest selling rock band. It is the first and only time the band have participated in a documentary in fifty years. ⠀⠀ Jimmy said “when I saw everything Bernard had done on the remarkable achievement that is American Epic, I knew he would be qualified to tell our story.” ⠀⠀ 📸Dick Barnatt / Redferns (Getty Images), 1968 ⠀⠀ #ledzeppelinfilm #jimmypage #ledzeppelin

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