The Doors' 1968 documentary Feast of Friends, which the band produced themselves and never officially released, will finally get a proper unveiling on November 11, when Eagle Rock Entertainment issues DVD and Blu-ray versions of the ultra-rare work. Although the film did screen at film festivals during Jim Morrison's lifetime, it has only been available in bootleg form until now.
Shot during the band's 1968 summer tour, the film intercuts concert performances with behind-the-scenes footage of the group doing whatever it is rock stars do when they're not on stage. A press release describes the movie as "sometimes playful, sensitive, chaotic and touching." Sounds like The Doors! Watch the trailer below.