How the Beatles Changed the World is a unique feature documentary reassessing the Beatles' impact as artistic, social and cultural revolutionaries. With unlimited access to the ITN, ITV and Fox archives, including some footage that was only discovered for the first time last year, the film traces the band from class warriors to mystics of the psychedlic age. From the rock and roll boom and the band's emergence in Liverpool, to the UFO club and Tim Leary, the CND, the Paris riots and Vietnam - this 110 minute film is an alternative cultural history of the most remarkable decade of the twentieth century - the 1960s - with the Beatles in the driving seat.
Through exclusive interviews, this film reveals the previously untold story of how four young men from Liverpool transformed the world forever. Featuring new interviews with former head of Apple Records, Tony Bramwell; Beatles' associate and Paul McCartney s official biographer, Barry Miles; art curator and close friend of John and Yoko, John Dunbar; Lennon s art school friend and Merseybeat! publisher, Billy Harry; as well as authors and historians Jonathan Gould (Author: "Can't Buy Me Love: The Beatles, Britain and America ), Chris Ingham (Author: The Rough Guide to the Beatles ), Robert Chrisgau (Village Voice), Anthony DeCurtis (Rolling Stone Magazine) and Mark Paytress (Mojo Magazine).