Exclusive! The Beatles unveil cinema poster for A Hard Day’s Night 50th anniversary restoration

The Beatles' debut feature film, A Hard Day's Night, is to be re-released to commemorate its 50th anniversary. A new poster has been designed to accompany the re-release, which you can see at the top of the story. The A Hard Day's Night 50th anniversary restoration will have an extended run at London's BFI Southbank from July 4, with a special preview and talk with director Richard Lester on July 3.

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The Beatles‘ debut feature film, A Hard Day’s Night, is to be re-released to commemorate its 50th anniversary.

A new poster has been designed to accompany the re-release, which you can see at the top of the story.

The A Hard Day’s Night 50th anniversary restoration will have an extended run at London’s BFI Southbank from July 4, with a special preview and talk with director Richard Lester on July 3.

Tickets are available here.

It will be in cinemas, on-demand and available to download from July 4, followed by a special edition Blu-ray and DVD release on July 21.

The DVD Extras are:
* ‘In Their Own Voices’: a new piece combining 1964 interviews with The Beatles with Behind The Scenes footage and photos
* ‘You Can’t Do That’: The Making Of A Hard Day’s Night, a documentary by producer Walter Shenson including an outtake performance by The Beatles
* ‘Things The Said Today’: a documentary about the film featuring Richard Lester, George Martin, screenwriter Alun Owen and cinematographer Gilbert Taylor
* ‘Picturewise’: A new piece about Richard Lester’s early work featuring a new audio interview with the director
* ‘Anatomy Of A Style’: a new piece on Lester’s methods
* New interview with author Mark Lewisohn
* Audio commentary featuring cast and crew


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