• Director

    The Atomik Age Project

  • Country, Year, Length

    United States, 2018, 8min

  • Category

    Short Narrative

  • Format

    Digital (screening) – Digital (shooting)

  • Festival Year


Cast: James Ceribello, Lou DiNatale, Christina Dempsey , Roger Fiorentino, Stu Seiderman, Philip. Curcuru
Crew: Producers: P. Curcuru, J. Ceribello and L. DiNatale – Screenwriters: Philip Curcuru, James Ceribello – Executive Producer : Philip Curcuru – Composer/Producer: Philip Curcuru – Introductions : James Ceribello
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“4 Ever Fab,” is a video tribute and award-winning song to the world’s greatest band, the Beatles. During the 1960s, their music was the soundtrack of our lives. The “Fab Four,” continue to be relevant today, over half a century later. On February 9, 1964, the Beatles first appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show. September 26, 2019, is the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles Abbey Road album. Abbey Road was the last recorded studio album from the Beatles as a band.

The Atomik Age Project originated in Brooklyn, New York, and has been making music since the 1960s. All songs are written and produced by band member and lead guitarist Philip Curcuru. The core band members are: James Ceribello, lead vocals; Lou Di Natale, keyboards; Roger Fiorentino, bass; Christina Dempsey, vocals. Music contributors on the group’s roster over the years are: Stu Seiderman, sax; Bob Aniano, guitar; Eddie Valvo, keyboards; Dan Giangiobbe, vocals and the late, Joe Curcuru, drums, until his passing in 2009. As of 2019, The Atomik Age Project has won 12 Best Soundtrack/Original Song awards, and have been honored with 17 music and film Nominations/Finalists awards. The group has received Laurels in the US, London, Paris and Canada.

Filmmaker’s Note

4 EVER FAB – captures the feelings and passion of fans as they witness the beginnings of a music revolution known as, the Beatles. It features the award winning song “4 Ever Fab,” written and produced by Philip Curcuru and performed by The Atomik Age Project. February 9, 2020, will mark the 56th anniversary of the Beatles first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. “4 Ever Fab,” will make you realize, the Beatles were a once-in-a-lifetime gift.