A still from the Martin Scorsese-directed 'Shine A Light'. A dab hand at rockumenteraries, Scorsese has previously worked on the 'Woodstock' film, as well as 'The Last Waltz' (which immortalised The Band's final concert) and Dylan documentary 'No Direction Home'. His next music project will be a film on the life of Bob Marley.
'Shine A Light' follows The Stones along their five-decade career, but avoids mentioning original guitarist Brian Jones. The concert footage includes collaborations with Jack White and Christina Aguilera.
A still from 'Shine A Light', recorded at New York's Beacon Theatre in 2006. The film mixes performances from the gig with archive and behind-the-scenes footage. 100 minutes of the two-hour film show over 20 live tracks.
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony were among the stars at the premiere of 'Shine A Light' in New York. At the American premiere director Martin Scorsese told of the influence the band had had on him, saying: â
Director Martin Scorsese and The Rolling Stones at the premiere of 'Shine A Light' in New York, which captured the Stones' performances at two New York gigs, one of which was attended by presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton and husband Bill, among others. Pic: PA Photos
Mick Jagger shows up to the film premiere, but he didn't stay too long, leaving the screening of 'Shine A Light' early to catch the Liverpool vs. Arsenal Champions League game. Pic: PA Photos
Comedian and serial voiceover artist Rob Brydon at the premiere. Rob's voice can be heard on ads for everything from Toilet Duck to Pot Noodle. Pic: PA Photos
Ronnie Wood's son Tyrone arrives with girlfriend and model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at the 'Shine A Light' UK premiere last night.
Jaime Winstone poses on the red carpet. The actress recently starred in the orgy-tastic video for Hercules And Love Affair's 'Blind'. It wasn't her first music vid - she's also featured in videos by The Twang and The Streets. Pic: PA Photos
17-year-old Pixie Geldof arrives at the Leicester Square Odeon last night for the premiere of 'Shine A Light'. Pic: PA Photos
Keith Richards was asked on the red carpet if he'd ever appear in another film again. "I'd do 'Gone With The Wind'," he told reporters, "and my 'King Lear' is fantastic." Pic: PA Photos
A miniscule portion of the huge crowds that turned up to see Mick, Keef, Ronnie and Charlie arrive at the premiere last night. Pic: PA Photos
Liam and Nicole Gallagher on the red carpet at the 'Shine A Light' premiere last night. The pair were married in a very private ceremony in February. Pic: PA Photos
Noel Fielding was among the stars at last night's 'Shine A Light' premiere. Liam and Nicole Gallagher, Alexa Chung, Alex Zane and Sean Maguire also turned up. Pic: PA Photos
Keith Richards and Charlie Watts in Leicester Square last night. "My grandfather used to play violin for the crowds here," Charlie told reporters. "He was a busker, so in a way it's one for grandad." Pic: PA Photos
The Rolling Stones turn up to the 'Shine A Light' premiere, the Scorsese biopic which captured the band at their New York Beacon Theatre shows on October 29 and November 1, 2006. Pic: PA Photos
Mick Jagger and a six foot four L'Wren Scott roll up to the red carpet to chants of "Mick, Mick, Mick!" at the London premiere of 'Shine A Light', the Scorsese film on the Rolling Stones, last night (April 2). Pic: PA Photos
The Rolling Stones spent a full half-hour signing autographs, chatting to fans, and dancing to the likes of 'Brown Sugar' outside the Leicester Square Odeon last night. Pic: PA Photos