In 1969-72, John Lennon remade his life and career, as he transitioned out of the Beatles into a solo career and married Yoko Ono. Three films on The Coda Collection document this crucial era in the legendary artist’s journey: “24 Hours: The World of John and Yoko,” “Imagine” and “Gimme Some Truth.” - Curated by Greg Kot

'The Beatles: Get Back' Was Just the First Chapter

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"24 Hours" - The Peace Debate

John Lennon jousts with New York Times journalist Gloria Emerson about the Lennon-Ono “Give Peace a Chance” crusade.

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John Lennon Timeline 1969-72
Jan. 2, 1969
The Beatles gather at the Twickenham Film Studios to begin rehearsing songs, with Michael Lindsay-Hogg enlisted to supervise filming of the sessions for a planned concert and documentary.

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An Exclusive Interview with Director Paul Morrison

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In an atmosphere of U.K. “xenophobia,” Yoko Ono needed to have a voice in the “24 Hours” film, director Paul Morrison says.

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