Filmmaker Peter Jackson’s new film “Get Back” documents the Beatles 22-day creative process that resulted in the album “Let It Be.”
“Fantastic,” “intimate,” and “historic” are some of the words Academy Award-winning filmmaker Peter Jackson uses to describe the 57 hours of video and 130 hours of audio he combed through to create the soon-to-be released Beatles’ documentary “Get Back.”
Jackson and his team spent about four years culling down the footage into a more than seven-hour, three-part narrative arc that follows the band’s creative process in chronological order. It begins streaming on Disney+ on Nov. 25.
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I’d like to be part of London Beatles Walk
Hi Jean- Francois
Full details of my London Beatles Walks are at https://beatlesinlondon.com/#publictours
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