Tim and Tony Teach “The Beatles Go to the Movies"

Admission

  • $280.00  -  Non-Member
  • $250.00  -  Member

Summary

Eight Tuesdays, beginning March 2
from 6-9pm

Description

The Beatles, and their music, just don’t get old. It’s been almost 60 years since the Fab Four took America by storm, and they continue to top most lists of the greatest rock acts of all time. Not only did John, Paul, George, and Ringo make their mark through their recordings, concert performances and, yes, even a cartoon TV series, they appeared in or inspired several movies. With that in mind, movie critic Tim Miller and music producer Tony Raine, hosts of “Tim ’n’ Tony’s Rock ’n’ Pop Show” on WOMR-FM, present “The Beatles Go to the Movies,” a fun and informal course that will trace the history of The Beatles through eight iconic films: “Backbeat,” “A Hard Day’s Night,” “Help!” “Magical Mystery Tour,” “Yellow Submarine,” “Let It Be,” “The Concert for Bangladesh,” and “Imagine.”

This class meets in the Great Hall located in the main building.

 

MATERIALS
A notebook and pen to take notes.

 

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TONY RAINE & TIM MILLER
Tony Raine, co-host of “Tim ’n’ Tony’s Rock ‘n’ Pop Show” on WOMR-FM, is a self-proclaimed “musicologist” who has been in and around the music business for all of his career. Originally from the north of England, he developed the first “Beatles History” package tours to the UK in the early 1980s, which led to consulting work with MTV and Abbey Road Studios and entrée into the music industry as a producer and promoter in Boston and, since 1988, on Cape Cod. Raine has been an in-house producer at Cape Cod Melody Tent since 1994 and has an extensive background in artist management, tour management, and record production. Following his misspent youth at concerts and festivals all over Britain, Raine’s desire to travel and study pop culture, and his American wife, brought him in the late 1970s to the United States, where he found a path into the business he loves. He has produced several audio tour recordings, most recently an audio driving tour of Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and a Nashville walking tour. His favorite concert experience: the Kinks at Cape Cod Melody Tent.

 

Tim Miller, co-host of “Tim ’n’ Tony’s Rock ‘n’ Pop Show” on WOMR-FM, is a member of the Boston Society of Film Critics. He was the Cape Cod Times film critic for nearly 36 years and now writes a film column for Cape Cod Wave Magazine. A Detroit native (and hardcore Tigers fan), he’s been obsessed with movies since skipping school in 1962 to see “Lawrence of Arabia” with his parents when he was 7. Miller earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and his master’s from Suffolk University, where he taught film and journalism for 10 years. He continues to teach film at Cape Cod Community College. He is a juror each year for the short-film competition of the Martha’s Vineyard International Film Festival, has moderated several panel discussions at the Woods Hole Film Festival, and frequently is heard as a guest on Cape & Islands NPR station WCAI. His work appeared as a chapter in the book “John Sayles: Interviews.” His favorite movie is “Almost Famous” – because it makes him feel good to be alive.

 

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