This is the definitive story of Formula 1 Motor Racing: the world's richest, most exciting and glamorous sport, drawing a global TV audience of 600 million viewers for each race and inspiring legions of loyal fans worldwide.
Spitfire Pictures, part of Exclusive Media, has produced several heralded docs including Amazing Journey: The Story Of The Who, the award-winning No Direction Home: Bob Dylan directed by Martin Scorsese, The Last Play At Shea directed by Paul Crowder and the Grammy award-winning Foo Fighters: Back and Forth. Spitfire re-teamed with Martin Scorsese on two time Emmy award-winning Living In The Material World: George Harrison. Spitfire Picture's documentary Undefeated won the 2012 Academy Award® Best Documentary Feature. Currently in post-production is Spitfire Picture's documentary on Formula 1 Racing titled 1.
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In July 2008, Billy Joel performed two historic concerts at Shea Stadium. These concerts were filmed, and have now become part of a unique documentary film, a record of those performances, of the New York Mets's relationship with their historic ballpark, and of the legendary stadium itself.
Using rare, never before seen photos and footage as well as unreleased recordings, Academy Award-winning director Martin Scorsese traces the lines of George Harrison's journey from Liverpool to become one of the most talented and celebrated guitarists and songwriters in the world. This deeply personal film chronicles his life as a Beatle, his success as a solo artist and his lifelong quest to balance the material and the spiritual.