For The Beatles, the holiday season of 1965 wasn't a time of celebrating with friends and family; it was a hectic time of work. That's because in October, the powers that be informed The Beatles that they were expected to create an entirely new album—by the end of December. As usual, this legendary performing group rose to the challenge, and they delivered one of their most critically acclaimed albums, Rubber Soul. Learn all about their creative process by attending a presentation of Deconstructing the Beatles' Rubber Soul at the Bryn Mawr Film Institute.
On Saturday, November 18th, this indie cinema will show this multimedia presentation and film at 1 p.m. It was created by composer and Beatles enthusiast Scott Freiman, who delves into the month-long period that it took The Beatles to produce Rubber Soul. Learn how they created classics like "Nowhere Man," "Norwegian Wood," and "In My Life," all in the span of a month.