The Beatles produced a promotional film clip for "Strawberry Fields Forever", which served as an early example of what became known as a music video. The film features reverse film effects,... See full summary »
The Beatles hired Michael Lindsay-Hogg to shoot a promotional clip for "Hey Jude", after he had previously directed a clip for "Paperback Writer" in 1966. They settled on the idea of ... See full summary »
The music video for the song was not filmed at Penny Lane, as the Beatles were reluctant to travel to Liverpool. Street scenes were filmed in and around Angel Lane in London's East End. The... See full summary »
Imagine is a cinematic collage of color, sound, dream and reality. Produced and directed by John and Yoko and including numerous friends and collaborators like George Harrison, Fred Astaire, Andy Warhol, Dick Cavett, Jack Palance and Jonas Mekas. The music film features a different visual treatment for every song, and follows John and Yoko during the recording sessions for the Imagine album in both the UK and New York, as they co-produced the record with Phil Spector. The 2018 re-released Imagine movie has been restored frame-by-frame, from the original reels with the audio remix by triple GRAMMY® Award-winning engineer, Paul Hicks. It is accompanied by 15 minutes of never-before-seen extras including studio footage of John and his band (including George Harrison, Nicky Hopkins from the Rolling Stones, Alan White from Yes and Klaus Voormann) performing "How Do You Sleep?" and "Oh My Love" in a specially created Dolby Atmos surround sound "raw studio" mix that would put you in the ...
The path John and Yoko are seen walking down during the opening scene (and the first notes of Imagine) is the path leading up to their British home at Tittenhurst Park. They would move to New York shortly after they had filmed that sequence. See more »
The current video version is actually a shortened version of the original feature length film. Here are the changes:
Mind Train has been completely edited out.
Yoko's Whisper Piece, which originally came after Mind Train, has been deleted.
Too much Yoko spoils this film, she is everywhere, and she also include 2 of her own songs, during the 'chess scene' there is a so called yoko song, witch is just her wailing for 5 mins but other than that the movie is fine john is great as usual but if he toned down the yoko apperance a bit it would have been better
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