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A HARD DAY’S NIGHT
50th Anniversary Restoration
The year is 1964 and Beatlemania is in full swing.
The biggest band on the planet are about to make their big screen debut.
The film is A Hard Day’s Night, a seminal piece of filmmaking that shows The Beatles as they’ve never been seen before.
To celebrate its 50th Anniversary the film will be presented in a new 4k digital restoration approved by director Richard Lester, with three audio options – a monoaural soundtrack in addition to newly created stereo and 5.1 surround mixes supervised by sound producer Giles Martin at Abbey Road Studios.
The film will be in cinemas from 4 July 2014 on video-on-demand and available to download from 4 July followed by a special edition DVD and Blu-ray release on 21 July 2014, courtesy of Second Sight Films.
A Hard Day’s Night will have an Extended Run at BFI Southbank from 4 July 2014, with a special preview and talk with Richard Lester on 3 July 2014.
The UK theatrical release will be handled by Metrodome Distribution.
This is all set to a brilliant soundtrack of classic Beatles tracks including I Should Have Known Better, And I Love Her, Tell Me Why, If I Fell and Can’t Buy Me Love, and features a stand out supporting cast including comedienne Anna Quayle, cartoonist Bob Godfrey, TV host Robin Ray, dancer Lionel Blair, Harrison’s future wife Patti Boyd, and director Lester himself.
Release Date: 21 July, 2014
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[…] Back on the 6th of this month, the Beatles’ 1964 debut film A Hard Day’s Night turned 50 years old. In commemoration, the film was digitally restored, opened in many theaters across the country during the July 4 weekend, and is available on DVD/Blu-Ray. […]
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