Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson has been working on a documentary, The Beatles: Get Back, which has been created from the nearly 60 hours of unused footage shot for Michael Lindsay-Hogg's documentary Let it Be. "This film was due to be finished 'round about now, but like the rest of the world it has been affected by the COVID pandemic. The only good thing, really, is that we're editing the movie in New Zealand. Now that our country has largely stamped out the virus, we're able to come back into the cutting room and carry on."
Peter Jackson notes that the hours of unseen Beatles footage is "just great stuff" and that they're about halfway through the edit. He's put together a five-minute preview of the film. "It's not a trailer," he notes, "and it's not a 'sequence' from the film. It's more of a montage...that gives you a sense of the spirit of the film." You can watch that below.