Pearl Jam Twenty is 2011 American rockumentary directed by Cameron Crowe about the band Pearl Jam. Preliminary footage was being shot as of June 2010. Crowe completed filming in April 2011, after using 1,200 hours of footage of the band for the documentary. The film premiered at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival and also had an accompanying book and soundtrack.
The documentary charts the history of the band, from the demise of Mother Love Bone, their battle against Ticketmaster and the tragedy of the Roskilde Festival in 2000.
The film was presented theatrically at select cinemas in the US during the month of September 2011, and premiered on October 21, 2011 on PBS' American Masters.
The film was released on DVD and Blu-Ray on October 24, 2011. A special 3-disc version was briefly available through the band's official website, but has sold out. The 3-disc version includes the original PBS version of the film, a re-edited version called "The Kids are Twenty," featuring in-depth interviews about some of the previously unreleased material; and "The Fans are Alright," which examines the band's relationship with their fans.
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