Meeting People Is Easy (1998) is a rockumentary by Grant Gee following British alternative rock band Radiohead on their exhaustive world tour following the success of their 1997 album OK Computer. The film is a collage of video clips, sound bites, and dialogue going behind the scenes with the band as they travel the world. It shows the eventual burn-out of the group as their world tour progresses.
The world tour that is the subject of Meeting People Is Easy has subsequently been admitted as a low point for the band, specifically Thom Yorke, who had a near-breakdown. This would form the background of Radiohead's recording sessions beginning in 1999 for their next albums Kid A and Amnesiac, inspiring a different songwriting and recording style and the band's changed sound after OK Computer.
The film was nominated for a Grammy in the "Best Long Form Music Video" category in 2000.