If you’re a major Beatles buff like composer Scott Freiman, then you probably already know the unique backstory of the band’s critically lauded album Rubber Soul. If you’re not, here’s the gist: the Beatles cranked it out in a single month. Does this sound like an impossible feat? That’s because, for any other band, it would be, but not the Beatles. Learn how they did it at Deconstructing the Beatles’ Rubber Soul, a multimedia presentation at the Bryn Mawr Film Institute on Saturday, November 18th at 1 p.m.

Scott Freiman will lead the exploration of Rubber Soul, which the Beatles were tasked with creating in October for a December release. They not only met the deadline, they also crafted some hits in the process, such as “Nowhere Man,” “Norwegian Wood,” and “In My Life.” Learn how they did it through film and lecture at this special event.