The Beatles' mini movies have been digitally restored for a new global release in DVD on November 6.
The Beatles’ mini movies have been digitally restored for a new global release in DVD on November 6.
The Beatles have approved the commercial release of 50 of their groundbreaking films, which include rare footage of the band at work and play, The Independent reports.
The DVD package includes footage of the band playing Paperback Writer in Chiswick Park, west London and Hey Jude, recorded at Twickenham Film Studios.
Sources have revealed that an 18-person team of film and video technicians worked on the release of the DVD by frame-by-frame cleaning, colour-grading, digital enhancement chosen for their rarity and historical significance.