Beatles' fans will have to wait at least one more year before they can get their hands on the Let It Be movie on DVD. The movie's director, Michael Lindsey-Hogg let the cat out of the bag while apprearing on WNYC-FM while promoting his new memoir, Luck And Circumstance: A Coming Of Age In Hollywood, New York, And Points Beyond. Hogg let the news slip while answering a caller's question about the film:

"We bumped into each other on an airplane. It was just before George Harrison died. George was very ill. And George had not had a happy time during the making of 'Let It Be.' For personal reasons. He was about to go out on his own and a lot of other things like that. And we knew it probably would not be re-released in George's lifetime. But, we have been been working on it pretty much every year for the last couple of years. And the plan is, at the moment, to have it come out, I think, in 2013. - Beatles Examiner

Let It Be earned the Beatles their only Academy Award, when they won the 1970 Oscar for Best Original Song Score. The film was made available on VHS briefly in 1981, but has never appeared on DVD.
Check out the Beatles performing "Two of Us" in Let It Be: