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BEATLES TRAILER!

In anticipation of Beatles we now present the official trailer for the movie!

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BEATLES TO OPEN NIFF

Adaptation of Lars Saabye Christensen’s novel to open the 42nd Norwegian International Film Festival.

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BLUE CANVAS

Join us for an in-depth interview with the makers behind Beatles. Producer Jørgen Storm Rosenberg, alongside Peter Flinth (director) and Axel Hellstenius (scriptwriter) will present the film at Blått Lerret, May 7th at Parkteateret in Oslo.

Blått Lerret (Blue Canvas) is a meeting place for Norwegian filmmakers designed for professionals and enthusiasts alike to enjoy and discuss current, domestic film projects. At the same time the public audience has the opportunity to see and learn more about Norwegian movies.

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NEW GALLERY

New stills from the highly anticipated Beatles film!
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ABBEY ROAD

The multitalented composer known from A-ha, Magne Furuholmen, records ”Beatles”-score at legendary Abbey Road studios! Norway’s largest commercial TV-station, TV2 joined us to document the process.

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TEASERPOSTER & TEASERTRAILER

In anticipation of Beatles we now present the official teaser-trailer for the movie! Click here to watch!

new Teasertrailer

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Magne Furuholmen to score music for Beatles

The multitalented musician, composer and visual artist Magne Furuholmen, known from the international pop group a-ha, has agreed to compose the original score as well as supervise the recordings of other music for the upcoming film “Beatles”.

As a composer Furuholmen saw the first single of a-ha ‘Take On Me’ race to the top of the US Billboard chart in 1985, as well as in 27 other countries worldwide, with an iconic synth riff written by Furuholmen – a riff which incidentally is back in the US Billboard top ten this week – almost 30 years after the original’s release, and this time as a key element of the current hit song ‘Feel This Moment’ by Pitbull and Christina Aguilera.

Among many highlights in a 25 year musical career a-ha did the theme song for the 1987 James Bond movie, “The Living Daylights”, as well as sharing the stage with Sir Paul McCartney for the song “Let it Be” during the Nobel Peace Prize Performance in 2001.

Furuholmen has previously scored music for arthouse films like “Cross my Heart and Hope to die” (1994), “Dragonflies” (2001), and the series “Hotel Oslo” (1997), for which he won the Edvard Prize, and he was recently appointed Knights of the 1st Class of the Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav in his native Norway for his international musical efforts.

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‘Kon-Tiki’ Directors Score Original
Beatles Songs For Upcoming Film

Norwegian directors Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg drew keen attention from Hollywood in the wake of their Oscar-nominated sea-faring adventure Kon-Tiki, pacting with Legendary Pictures on supernatural project Spectral and becoming involved with a sci-fi period piece at J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot. Closer to home for the duo is Beatles, a passion project they’ve been working on for years and which has just scored the rare feat of securing rights to original recordings of the Fab Four.

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Norwegian Film gets access to The Beatles’ Music

The production company Storm Rosenberg gas signed a deal which ensures them the use of The Beatles’ music for the film adaption of the book Beatles, based on the best seller by Lars Saabye Christensen.

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Beatles, one of Lars Saabye Christensens most defining works, is now finally to make the transition to the silver screen.

The film has been in the planning for several years, and can now be realised, after a long process of securing the music rights. The production company Storm Rosenberg has signed a deal that gives them the right to use the original recordings.

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“Kon Tiki” directors Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg will helm the adaptation of Lars Saabye Christensen’s bestseller “Beatles.”

A Norwegian film based on Lars Saabye Christensen’s 1984 best-seller Beatles will finally begin shooting following a deal that gives the movie’s producers the right to use the original music of The Beatles in their production.