Category: Film and video
The Beatles’s 2008 documentary All Together Now has won a Grammy Award for the Best Long Form Music Video.
Comedian Peter Serafinowicz will provide the voice of Paul McCartney in Robert Zemeckis’ new version of The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine film.
A special screening of Nowhere Boy, the biopic of John Lennon’s teenage years, was held at the famous Studio Two at Abbey Road Studios on 30 November 2009.
Details for the soundtrack to Nowhere Boy, the forthcoming John Lennon biopic, have been announced.
The first trailer for the forthcoming John Lennon biopic Nowhere Boy has been released.
The official YouTube channel for Sir Paul McCartney has launched the video teaser for the forthcoming Good Evening New York City live CD/DVD.
The Beatles’ first feature film, 1964’s A Hard Day’s Night, is to be released on Blu-ray Disc in October, according to web retailer Amazon.
Rare silent film footage of The Beatles in Scotland in 1964 has failed to sell at auction.
Recently-discovered rare film footage of The Beatles in Kansas City during their first US tour in 1964 fetched £4,100 ($6,600) at auction on Tuesday 4 November.
Artist and film-maker Sam Taylor-Wood is to direct Nowhere Boy, a film about the life of John Lennon.
A new film depicting the early life of John Lennon is to be made, based on a book written by his half sister Julia Baird.
The Beatles’ final film Let It Be had its British première on this day, with simultaneous screenings in the north and south of England. None of the group attended …
A promotional clip for the title track of Ringo Starr’s debut solo album Sentimental Journey was made on this day.
Ringo Starr’s second film, The Magic Christian, had its New York première on this evening.
The Magic Christian, starring Ringo Starr and Peter Sellers, had its US première in Los Angeles on this day.
Ringo Starr’s second film, The Magic Christian, had its world première on this evening at the Odeon Theatre in Kensington, London.
John Lennon and Yoko Ono had made a film titled Apotheosis in September 1969. Three months later they made a sequel.
Paul and Linda McCartney made their final public appearance for several months on this evening, by attending the UK première of the film Midnight Cowboy.
The New Cinema Club at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London hosted the premières of two films by John Lennon and Yoko Ono on this day.
On this day John Lennon and Yoko Ono were among guests performing on The Rolling Stones’ television spectacular, Rock And Roll Circus.