Pink Floyd’s Wall Becomes A Screen

The story behind the making of Pink Floyd’s legendary rock opera album The Wall is getting a film adaptation reports MOG.

“The Queen” and “The Damn United” producer Andy Harries is behind a new project for Left Bank and BBC films which will tell the story of the schoolchildren who sang on the classic title track, and their teacher Alan Renshaw who was fired for his involvement in the recording.

Steve Thompson is penning the script for the film, and Harries still has one issue to sort out – obtaining the song rights from Roger Waters.