The Doors' documentary, When You're Strange, is now readied for release in April in the US and internationally. It will feature an accompanying soundtrack, with readings of Jim Morrison's poetry by the film's narrator, Johnny Depp, and interviews with the band back in the day. More here at The Doors Examiner.
Also in April, drummer John Densmore will publish his second autobiography.
Guitarist Robby Krieger will be releasing a solo CD in the very near future, and has announced that he is also penning his first book.
The documentary, which I saw at the LA Film Festival in June last year, is not Oliver Stone's fantasy of the Doors, but rather the Doors as they saw themselves. It includes footage of early movies made by Jim Morrison, who attended UCLA and graduated with a B+ average and his BA in Theater Arts. UCLA is where he met fellow Door, Ray Manzarek, also a canny filmmaker.
If you can't make it to the movie theater, keep an eye out for the DVD. Directed by Tom DiCillo and produced by Dick Wolf. My review, published by The Doors Examiner,