Posted July 17th, 2012 by PFO Staff
It’s been 30 years since the big-screen version of Pink Floyd’s classic album The Wall hit cinemas – and now previously unseen photos from behind the scenes of the production have been put on show to celebrate the milestone.
The pictures will thrill music fans with their exclusive look at the making of the 1982 film, which was directed by Alan Parker and featured 15 minutes of animation drawn by renowned political illustrator Gerald Scarfe.
The film starred a young Bob Geldof in his Boomtown Rats heyday as Pink, a musician in the midst of a breakdown.
The black and white shots, taken by the production’s stills photographer David Appleby, were discovered in a store room at Pinewood Film Studios.
See the amazing pics at the Daily Mail here.