What you need to know
- Apple Original FIlms' The Tragedy of Macbeth will close out the 65th BFI London Film Festival.
- Writer and director Joel Cohen is expected to put in an appearance.
Apple TV+ original 'The Tragedy of Macbeth' will close the 65th BFI London Film Festival, it has been confirmed. Writer and director Joel Cohen is expected to make an appearance.
Announced via press release, cinema-goers can also visit one of a handful of preview screenings that will be taking place across the UK.
"Shakespeare belongs to the world but comes from Britain," Coen said in a quote in the press release. "Having borrowed your cultural patrimony, and having had the great good luck to work with a few of your most brilliant actors, I'm honoured to bring this movie to the London Film Festival for its European premiere."
Those keen to take in a preview screening will have to visit one of a limited number of cinemas including sites in London, Sheffield, Newcastle, and Nottingham. A full rundown of the cinemas is available online.
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