Family Member Paul Crowder Edits “The Beatles: Eight Days a Week”
Heard of the Beatles? Family member Paul Crowder on took the editing helm on Ron Howard’s documentary “The Beatles: Eight Days a Week.” The film tracks the touring years of the Beatles; their wild, worldwide, unending cascade of concerts and their wild, worldwide, unending societal significance. With his own multimedia presentation, Paul’s editing highlights the insanely successful “medium is the message” marketing that Beatlemania revolutionized. The audience experience’s live footage, behind the scenes moments, studio recordings, graphic media, print clippings, and television moments in a seamless, rapid stream. It’s no wonder the documentary, originally in limited release, is ballooning into theaters across the country and killing it with the critics.
Check out the brotherhood the band shared together and shared with the world, streaming on Hulu and playing with extra content in select theaters.