How ‘Yesterday’ Helmer Danny Boyle Made The Beatles Disappear Onscreen

The film, about a struggling singer-songwriter who discovers that he’s the only person who remembers the British rockers, will be one of several musical films taking center stage at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.

Music takes center stage at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, with a schedule populated by projects that tackle everything from Harlem’s iconic theater (opening night film The Apollo) to the Wu-Tang Clan (Showtime’s Of Mics and Men) and The Beatles. The latter’s music will be featured in the Richard Curtis-Danny Boyle team-up Yesterday, which centers on a struggling singer-songwriter (Himesh Patel) who discovers that he’s the only person on the planet that remembers the British rockers. The Manchester, England-born Boyle, 62, talked to THR about casting his lead, his favorite song by the Fab Four and re-creating their rooftop concert.

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