Following the success of the heartbreakingly superb Amy, the filmmakers behind the project are now turning their attention to creating an as-yet-untitled Oasis documentary.

The celebrated Brit-pop band can be labeled many things; iconic, working-class champions, a bunch of loudmouth Mancunians. But whatever your opinion is, one thing you can’t deny is the effect they hadand ‘Some Might Say’, still have—on the British music scene.

Naturally, the film will most likely focus its attention on brothers Liam and Noel, with heaps of never-seen-before footage, and will no doubt offer a greater insight into the topsy-turvy relationship between the two brothers.

Amy director Asif Kapadia will serve as one of the executive producers and Mat Whitecross will be directing. We suspect that this will be familiar territory for Whitecross as he previously worked on Spike Island, a film which followed a group of Stone Roses fans who were on the hunt for some tickets to see their concert, Spike Island, in the '90s.

Anyone hoping this might bring forth an Oasis reunion might have their hopes dashed as before last summer’s Glastonbury Noel ruled the idea out after saying “the festivals don’t pay enough” to justify it.

[via Digital Spy]