Danny Boyle’s Yesterday to close Tribeca Film Festival

Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis’ Beatles comedy, Yesterday, will close Robert De Niro’s Tribeca Film Festival.
The screening will serve as the new film’s world premiere.
“It feels like introducing the Beatles music to America for the first time-again,” director Boyle said. “I’m absolutely delighted that our film has been chosen to be the closing film of the Tribeca Film Festival. A great honour in a great city.”
The New York movie extravaganza, which opens on 24 April (19), will also feature gala screenings of Apocalypse Now and Say Anything, which will be celebrating their 40th and 35th anniversaries at the festival.
Between Me and My Mind, a documentary about Phish frontman Trey Anastasio, will premiere at Tribeca and his band Phish will perform at New York’s Beacon Theatre.