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Led Zeppelin Live At The Royal Albert Hall


Thursday , February 17th

8:00 p.m.

Le Trait d'Union + projection room
Fort de Mons-en-Baroeul
Admission: 2 euros

Concert filmed and directed by Peter Whitehead [UK, 1970, 102 ', color]
To serve a large number of people who have not had the chance to attend the screening at the Palais des Beaux Arts of Lille, Heure Exquise! decided to rebroadcast the concert filmed by Peter Whitehead: For Peter Whitehead, behind the extravagance
of the 60 's conceals the seeds of a revolutionary counterculture. He then filmed the years as a pop anthropologist.
Handheld camera, this "so British"
dandy still stands in all good things with this concert of Led Zeppelin at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

"This concert was scheduled for Jan. 9, when the 26th Birthday of Jimmy Page. Peter Grant asked to be filming the event, which was subject of a TV documentary, to be sold to the BBC and the world. The concert was filmed so (with 2 16mm cameras are made by hand) and registered under supervision of Peter Whitehead, with the mobile studio group Pye. Finally, the documentary never saw the day: the group found the pictures too dark. The film then disappeared from circulation for nearly 30 years. "
(Pierre-Yves Cloespin)

Led Zeppelin Live At The Royal Albert Hall Peter Whitehead
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