From Billboard.com: "Next year will bring a documentary about Hendrix's 1969 concerts at London's Royal Albert Hall, "homecoming" shows of a sort since he launched the Experience in England. "It's kind of a day in the life of Jimi, how we put it together," (Janie) Hendrix says of the project, which has been two years in the making. "There were about four cameras that followed Jimi and the guys around in Europe and filmed the two concerts at the Royal Albert Hall, as well as them coming off trains, planes and automobiles, signing autographs, Jimi backstage getting ready, in his apartment doing little apartment jams with his friends and then later playing the Speakeasy. It's not an actor playing Jimi; it's Jimi, and he really does forget the cameras are rolling and you see those sides of him, the stage and the sweetness with different girlfriends -- there's several that are in the film -- and how he was around friends and how he was really into listening to the (tape of) the night before's performance." Hendrix says she hopes to release the Albert Hall documentary theatrically and possibly as a pay-per-view TV offering in addition to DVD. There will also be a companion soundtrack album of live performances from the show. Meanwhile, what would have been Jimi Hendrix's 70th birthday in 2012 will be commemorated by a film of his performance at the 1968 Miami Pop Festival, culled from recently unearthed "pristine" footage from the show. Experience Hendrix is also working with Stephen Stills on a collection of recordings he made with Hendrix, but Janie Hendrix says the company is letting Stills take the lead on that project. "That's really his project," she says. "We worked with Stephen in pulling the tapes that had Jimi and Stephen on them. Rumor has it that he's back to working on them, but that's really going to be (Stills') project. He's putting that out, but we're doing what we can to help.""