richard epstein

The Beatles by Richard Hamilton, 1968

Now, you may think that you’ve seen this poster clearly before, but I urge you to click through to the full-size image. This isn’t merely a scanned copy of the widely distributed poster, but a reproduction of the original collage put together by Hamilton. 

This is the clearest you’ve ever seen this amazing collage.
Vertical Entertainment Takes U.S. For ‘Hollow In The Land’ – Cannes
EXCLUSIVE: Vertical Entertainment has picked up U.S. rights to Scooter Corkle’s Hollow in the Land starring Dianna Argon, Rachelle Lefevre, Shawn Ashmore, Jared Abrahamson and Sarah Dugdale. The my…
By Diana Lodderhose

In Hollow in the Land, with the notorious Keith Miller locked behind bars for murder, his family is paying the price of a tainted name. A year after Keith’s crime, a body is found in a nearby trailer park and his son, Brandon, goes missing and becomes suspect number one. His headstrong sister Alison decides to take things into her own hands and track him down to clear his name before the cops get to him. The harder she looks, the more people turn up dead and soon she becomes a suspect herself. In a town tucked away between a mountain range, secrets get buried deep and if she’s not careful, she’ll get buried with them.

Corkle writes and directs the project. It is produced by Jesse Savath and Marlaina Mah, exec produced by Daniel Levin, Chris Ferguson, Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, Noah Segal and Laurie May. It’s co-exec produced by Giuliana Bertuzzi, Rian Cahill, Richard Sweren, Adap Epstein, Al Sebag and Jacam Manricks. It’s a Savath Pictures and Oddfellows production with financing provided by Telefilm Canada and Narrative Capital.

WestEnd Films is handling international sales at Cannes. The deal was negotiated by Goldberg and Peter Jarowey at Vertical with CAA on behalf of the filmmakers.

Brian Epstein is interviewed by ITV’s Richard Lindley backstage at the Mid-South Coliseum in Memphis, during the Beatles’ final US tour (August 19, 1966)

LINDLEY: What do you feel about this business of the group speaking their mind, and saying what they think, do you think its possible to do that, when you’re in their position?
EPSTEIN: Absolutely. I’ve never suggested that they should do otherwise.
LINDLEY:  Did you suggest that John apologise? [following the ‘more popular than Jesus’ furore
EPSTEIN:  We talked about it, and this was our mutual feeling. I’ve never directed that the boys should do anything, either, sort of song-wise, artistically-wise or speech-wise. We all make up our minds. I contribute, I suppose, a fifth.


Sunday June 14, 1964.

After almost two weeks apart from the group due to his tonsillitis and pharyngitis, Ringo Starr finally rejoined The Beatles in Melbourne, Australia. After holding a press conference at Sydney Airport with manager Brian Epstein, Starr flew to Essendon Airport in Melbourne. There were large crowds already waiting, as the other three Beatles were due to arrive five hours later.

“I hated to leave the other three. I followed them out to Australia and there were people at the airport, but I was on my own and just automatically I looked round for the others. I couldn’t stand it. I met up with them in Melbourne.

It was fabulous in Australia, and of course, it was was great to be back in the band – that was a really nice moment. And they’d bought me presents in Hong Kong.” Ringo Starr

                          Honeymoon, February 12, 1965.
Ringo & Maureen were married on February 11th 1965. News of their 
quiet honeymoon in Sussex somehow leaked to the press, and the
newlywed couple awoke the next morning to reporters, film crews,
and flashbulbs.Ringo was disappointed at the sudden lack of privacy
but still granted brief interviews, while getting in a few light-
hearted jibes at the press.
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