Production is underway for a new feature-length documentary about the Who, tentatively titled "My Generation: Who's Still Who."
Production is underway for a new feature-length documentary about the Who, tentatively titled "My Generation: Who's Still Who." Scheduled to hit theaters in early 2006 via Spitfire Pictures, the film is being overseen by Oscar-winning director Murray Lerner and is being produced with the assistance of surviving Who members Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey.
The film will follow the band's influential career through archival footage, clips from performances at Woodstock and the Isle of Wight, interviews and "never-before-seen private materials" from the Who's archives.
Lerner is calling on fans to provide amateur footage of the band, or anecdotes that could be relevant to the project, via the film's official Web site.
The DVD of "Who's Still Who" will contain two supplementary films, one comprising segments devoted to each band member and the other boasting previously unreleased footage from a 1969 show at the London Coliseum.