Monday, 13 February 2017

RON HOWARD WINS BEST MUSIC FILM GRAMMY FOR "THE BEATLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEK - THE TOURING YEARS"




Ron Howard, who was born in Duncan, won the Grammy for best music film for "The Beatles: Eight Days A Week The Touring Years," which he directed. He produced the Fab Four film with Brian Grazer, Scott Pascucci and Nigel Sinclair. It is the first Grammy nod and win for Howard and Grazer, the Oscar-winning team behind the film "A Beautiful Mind." 
  
Ron Howard, Grammy winner. The director and former child actor earned the Grammy for music film for "The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years," his detailed ode to the band's early years. Also earning trophies for the film are producers Brian Grazer, Scott Pascucci and Nigel Sinclair. 


“I jumped into it as a kind of irresistible life experience and creative opportunity," Howard told the Times' Randy Lewis after the film got nominated. "But as soon as [the news] hit the Internet, I started realizing how seismic anything having to do with the Beatles can be. I thought, ‘It’s always a high-wire act, but this one is really up there.’ So I took it very seriously, of course, as I always do." 

After the award was announced, Ringo tweeted, and the George´Twitter account posted too.




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