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|Beatles fans: New Beatles film needs your help!|
[Posted by Dave Haber on Monday, 11/24/08 4:26 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
A new film, The Soundtrack of our Lives, is a feature length documentary about the Beatles fan, how they have been inspired, how their life has been changed, why kids love Beatles music, was there divine inspiration, why the music legacy is as big today as ever? All these questions are explored and answered through the journey around the world that our two English x-pat hosts take.
|At Eleanor Rigby's Grave|
This film has amazing interviews with huge Beatles fans like Gary Oldman, rare interviews with Sid Bernstein and John Lennon's sister, tons of interviews with musicians who are performing with Ringo and Paul today and tons of regular fans and historians from around the world, plus inside footage of every location you would dream of visiting as a fan. This is not footage that was assembled, but all shot by the producers in this documentary.
|At Strawberry Field|
This film has been over two years in the making and the producers have over 90 HOURS of high definition professionally produced and shot footage. They paid for this out of their pocket, and are now seeking 25K (or parts thereof) to edit the film so that it can be submitted to distributors and the film festivals.
This is your chance to be a part of history and be a film executive producer! You will get your money back first, plus a return and profit participation. If you think you can help, please contact the film's producer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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