THE BEATLES: Rare Film Clips 1963-1970
Tuesday, July 21 at 7:30pm
Guest Speaker: Archivist Bill Shelley
Members $9 / Public $12 / Includes Reception
Active Membership Will Be Checked
Join us for a stunning musical retrospective and celebration of The Beatles and their use of the medium in promotional films and rare television appearances. Using newly discovered and restored archival footage from 35mm prints, kinescopes and video masters (some in stereo sound) we can see how the Beatles changed the music of the 1960s that defined a generation. From 1963 1970 the Beatles captured the imagination with images and songs Twist and Shout, Paperback Writer, Strawberry Fields Forever, and All You Need Is Love. They were one of the first musical acts to make use of the music film promo and combined with their songs, styles and individual personalities captivated the world. Many of these promotional films were never seen by United States audiences and some appear here tonight for the first time with restored color and sound. Presented by Shelley Archives Inc., which is currently working on producer George Martins PBS documentary The History Of Sound.
Approx. 90 min.
Cinema Arts Centre
423 Park Ave
Huntington, NY 11731
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