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Concert for George (film)

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Concert for George (film)

Concert for George
File:DVD VARIOS - CONCERT FOR GEORGE.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by David Leland
Produced by Ray Cooper
Olivia Harrison
Jon Kamen
Brian Roylance
Starring Eric Clapton
Olivia Harrison
Paul McCartney
Music by George Harrison
Eric Clapton (Musical director)
Cinematography Chris Menges
Editing by Claire Ferguson
Distributed by Warner Home Vídeo
Release date(s)
Running time 146 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Box office $70,000

Concert for George is a 2003 British documentary film directed by David Leland that narrates the events of the Concert for George, a tribute concert for George Harrison held at the Royal Albert Hall in London on 29 November 2002, the first anniversary of Harrison's death. The film was re-released on Blu-ray as a special two disc set on 22 March 2012.[1]

Cast

Awards

  • 2005 Grammy Award for Best Long Form Music Video

References

External links

Internet Movie Database

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