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An Oscar-Nominated Short Film of John Lennon's Ramblings
Oct 26, 2015
A lot of people didn't want John Lennon to enter America, he told a teenage fan in 1969: "They think I'm going to cause a violent revolution, which I'm not." 14-year-old Jerry Levitan had snuck into Lennon's Toronto hotel room with a tape recorder and probed the English singer about the state of the Beatles, their dwindling American fan base, and the meaning behind his music. In 2007, the conversation was animated by James Braithwaite and turned into a short film, I Met the Walrus, which went on to win an Emmy and be nominated for an Oscar.
Braithwaite is represented by Machas, a creative consultancy based in London.
Author: Nadine Ajaka
About This Series
A curated showcase of short films selected by The Atlantic