Entertainment A director asks the beatles fans to support his documentary
Paul McCartney insists he had nothing to do with Beatles' split
Paul McCartney, 79, has set the record straight on the Beatles split in 1970, insisting: 'I didn't instigate the split.'Speaking in an upcoming episode of BBC Radio 4's new interview series This Cultural Life, McCartney, 79, said: 'John walked into a room one day and said 'I am leaving the Beatles''.
A filmmaker is inspired by the famous Beatles song, Little Help from My Friends, to ask for help in order to finish the realization From his documentary on the devoted fans of the Beatles, started in 2017. Realized and produced by Simon Weitzman, Here, There & Everywhere. A Love Letter To The Beatles from Their Fans celebrates the role that music enthusiasts have played to keep the spirit of Fab Foue alive: Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and regretted John Lennon and George Harrison.
The documentary contains groups such as The Quarrmemen, The Pete Best Band, and The Caver Club Beatles, as well as in-depth interviews with John Lennon's sister, Julia Baird, the artist / musician Klaus Voormann, the Andrew sculptor Edwards who realized the statues of the Beatles on the Liverpool seafront, the legendary photographer Tom Murray of Beatles Mad Day Out, and many others.
Paul McCartney insists John Lennon split up The Beatles
Paul McCartney insists John Lennon split up The BeatlesThe legendary songwriter is set to appear on BBC Radio 4's This Cultural Life on 23 October. In a preview released by The Guardian, the 79-year-old cleared up speculation about which band member broke up The Beatles in 1970.
"Here, There's & Everywhere deals with the essence of what it is to be a fan of the Beatles and the reason we always go back to this group. How he is holding us together, how it unites us: we are, simply, in love with them, shared Simon Weitzman. I gathered a vast collection of stories retracing the extraordinary world of Beatles fans over the last half-century, created with and fans around the world. Creating, sharing and telling their unique stories.
The two-hour film also explores the impact of Beatles music on people with autism, dyspraxia, deafness and mental health problems, as well as how the songs and the community of fans push to continue. The director takes for example Saul Zur-Szpiro, who suffers from dyspraxia and requires 24-hour care and 7 days a week, but who is able to channel Ringo Starr's energy every time he starts behind a battery Within the rock group The Augustix.
Paul McCartney makes John Lennon responsible for Beatles-Off
over 50 years ago, the Beatles separated. Since Paul McCartney (79) publicly made the end of the band on April 10, 1970 in an interview, he is considered the scapegoat for the separation. That's what the bassist wants to let the biggest band all times lit longer. How different media reports , McCartney should be in an interview that on October 24 on BBC Radio 4 is to be broadcast, John Lennon (1940-1980) as the initiator of the separation. © Imago / Zuma Press Paul McCartney (Li.) And John Lenn
and just like fans are in the center of the film, they will guarantee the release of the project. Simon Weitzman has set up a Crowdfunding Indiegogo page for contributions, nearly 60% of the total needed to complete the documentary has been harvested. Fans that contribute to purchases of objects, such as remarkable parts and film-collecting DVDs, will also see their immortalized name in the generic end of the documentary.
"In the end, we just want to deliver a movie that fans appreciate and they feel that they have been part of, and it has expanded to the way this film has started its new crowdfunding campaign. Fans have offered the most incredible and generous objects to help us achieve our goal to complete the movie. It's like his own circle of life. I have never lived in such, "he said with enthusiasm on the Beatlesdoc.com website.
The financing page, which is located on Indiegogo.com/projects/here-there-everywhere, remains open until October 28th. For more information, go to Beatlesdoc.com.
HERE, THERE & EVERYWhere is not the only project inspired by Beatles in preparation. The Beatles: Get Back, realized and produced by Peter Jackson, is interested in the realization of the album Let It Be of Beatles (1970), whose temporary title was Get Back, and relies on elements turned to the Origin for the documentary of Michael Lindsay-Hogg (1970) on the album. The three-part series will be broadcast on Disney + at the end of November.
Brian Wilson: Beach Boys and The Beatles always shared love and respect .
The Beach Boys legend Brian Wilson has revealed the 'God Only Knows' hitmakers and The Beatles "always" shared a "mutual love and respect".The 'God Only Knows' hitmaker - who has named 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Brand' as his favourite ever album - revealed the two legendary bands had a close bond.