New Beatles' Film to Use Fan Footage From Early Tours
Do you have priceless concert footage of the Beatles stocked up in your basement somewhere? If so, the production company One Voice One World has a project for you. The Beatles’ Apple Corps recruited the production company for a new Beatles’ movie that will feature material captured by Beatles fans during the band’s legendary concert tours in the early ‘60s.
One Voice One World’s project is called The Beatles Live!, the Wrap reported. Their goal is to find concert footage, images, music, interviews, really anything that the Beatles did from 1963-1966. During this short three-year timespan, the Fab Four played 250 different concerts.
Realizing this was an ambitious project, One Voice One World enlisted the help from the public with their research. They have commissioned worldwide research teams and will be utilizing social-media to connect with all 116 cities in which the Beatles visited during this time. To make uploading fan footage easier the production company has made a website dedicated to the The Beatles Live!.
“We are interested in looking at your digitized copies of The Beatles concert-era materials, including photos, stories, and film and sound recordings,” the website said. “We know that there are hidden gems out there. We are looking forward to working with you to find them.”
Watch a dramatic promotional video for the project below.
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