Lennon NYC | Superhit Documentry

A look at the period of time musician John Lennon and his family spent living in New York City during the 1970s.
LENNONYC is a 2010 documentary film written and directed by Michael Epstein about the life of John Lennon in New York City, after the breakup of the Beatles. The film premiered at the New York Film Festival and was shown at a free public screening in Central Park on October 9, which would have been Lennon’s 70th birthday. It first aired on the PBS series American Masters on November.

Interviewed in film are Yoko Ono, members of the Elephant’s Memory band that played with Lennon and Ono in New York, Elton John, Dick Cavett, photographer Bob Gruen and Geraldo Rivera, who talks about a news report of his that inspired Lennon and Ono to stage the One to One benefit concert in 1972. However, the film also follows Lennon out of New York to Los Angeles during his co-called “lost weekend” period, when he briefly split from Ono.

Director: Michael Epstein
Writer: Michael Epstein
Stars: John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Elton John

John Lennon … Himself
Yoko Ono … Herself
Elton John … Himself
Roy Cicala … Himself – Recording Engineer
Rennie Davis … Himself – Activist
Jack Douglas … Himself – Record Producer
Dennis Elsas … Himself – Radio Host
Bob Gruen … Himself – Photographer
Tom Hayden … Himself – Activist
Abbie Hoffman … Himself
Adam Ippolito … Himself – Keyboards
Jonas Mekas … Himself – Filmmaker
Andy Newmark … Himself – Drums
Jerry Rubin … Himself
Earl Slick … Himself – Lead Guitar
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