After making comedy history with the screening of their last-ever live show - Monty Python Live (Mostly), Gold is teaming up with the Pythons again for an exclusive one-off documentary.
BAFTA award-winning director Roger Graef OBE has been given unprecendented access to the five surviving Pythons for the 90-minute film, Monty Python: The Meaning of Live.
The film includes never before seen footage from their early live shows including 1980's Live at the Hollywood Bowl and goes behind-the-scenes of their 2014 reunion shows, which were watched by millions around the world.
Speaking about the documentary, Graef revealed: “I’m delighted to be working with the Pythons again. The treat of sharing their reunion and the audience’s enthusiasm is caught in our footage.
“It’s the Pythons as never seen before, and will never be seen again.”