Premiering June 10th at New York City's Tribeca Film Festival is The Lost Weekend: A Love Story. The doc chronicles John Lennon's 18-month affair with assistant May Pang during his and wife Yoko Ono's separation during the period dubbed, “The Lost Weekend.”
The film, which was directed by Eve Brandstein, Richard Kaufman, and Stuart Samuels, features interviews with photographer Bob Gruen, Apple Records manager Tony King, solo-Beatles drummer of choice Jim Keltner, along with John Lennon's older son, Julian Lennon.
Pang, who prior to her affair with John Lennon, served as his and Yoko Ono's personal assistant, and was responsible for coordinating the production of such Lennon albums as Mind Games, Walls And Bridges, and Rock 'N' Roll, along with Harry Nilsson's Lennon-produced album Pussycats. Although her relationship with Lennon ended publicly in 1975, according to Pang, the couple remained periodic lovers through 1978.