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Tribeca Slots Danny Boyle’s ‘Yesterday’ As Closing-Night Film, Galas For Trey Anastasio Doc, ‘Apocalypse Now,’ ‘Say Anything …’

Tribeca Slots Danny Boyle’s ‘Yesterday’ As Closing-Night Film, Galas For Trey Anastasio Doc, ‘Apocalypse Now,’ ‘Say Anything …’

The Tribeca Film Festival will close with Universal/Working Title’s Danny Boyle-directed Yesterday, a Beatles-themed comedy scripted by Oscar winner Richard Curtis.

Festival organizers also have slotted gala screenings of Apocalypse Now, which has been restored for its 40th anniversary, as well as 35-year-old Cameron Crowe comedy Say Anything…

Between Me and My Mind, a world premiere documentary about Phish frontman Trey Anastasio, will have a gala screening followed by a performance by Anastasio’s band at New York’s Beacon Theatre.

Tribeca also announced it will kick off its 13th annual ESPN-branded sports festival with The Good, The Bad, The Hungry, a documentary about the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest held annually in Coney Island on July 4. Also included in today’s announcement is news of a free screening of the original 1977 Star Wars on May 4 (an annual date that prompts punny greetings of

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