The 1975 classic Nashville is getting a 4K cinema reissue in the UK this coming June – more details right this way.

Robert Altman’s classic ensemble movie Nashville celebrates its 46th birthday this year. Penned by Joan Tewkesbury and with an enormous cast, the film follows five days in the build-up to a political convention. With an approach that would directly influence Paul Thomas Anderson’s masterpiece Magnolia, Nashville follows a bunch of interrelated people and their many narratives, to sizeable acclaim.

If you’ve not had the pleasure of the film, then there’s an excellent Blu-ray release already out there in the world. But also, it’s heading back to the big screen in the UK – assuming cinemas open up, of course – with the BFI bringing a 4K restoration of the movie.

Currently, it’s planned for release in UK cinemas on Friday June 25th, although it’ll be a limited release on a relatively small number of screens. Whether that 4K restoration then gets a home version too remains to be seen.

Ned Beatty, Ronee Blakley, Keith Carradine, Karen Black, Geraldine Chaplin, Henry Gibson, Michael Murphy and Lily Tomlin are among the ensemble for this one. The Masters Of Cinema Blu-ray release from 2014 is arguably the best version thus far currently out there.

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