Trafalgar Releasing and Warner Bros. will present a digital remaster ABBA: Movies To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Swedish pop sensation for two nights in May.
The film was shot by director Lacey Holstrom during a tour of Australia in 1977 and was first released that year. ABBA: Cinema – Fan Event “A flashback to the 1970s took participants on a journey when disco reign was at its peak, and ABBA was the international pop royalty,” the statement said. The screenings will run May 12 and 14 in 450 theaters across the United States and Canada.
The film stars members of ABBA, Annie-Fried Lingstad, Benny Anderson, Björn Ulvaeus, and Agnetha Fältskog, and a rare look at the height of their popularity, including backstage footage as well as some full-length performances from ABBA. The biggest hits, including Dancing Queen and Name of the Game.
The movie’s subplot is a montage-style story of a country radio disc-jockey trying to get an interview with the band, while a dedicated bodyguard does everything to stop it.
It will be a fun event for fans to experience the ABBA on the big screen for the first time since its release in 1977, “Kymberli Frueh, Trafalgar’s SVP of Programming and Content Acquisitions.” Clothing can be found. “
ABBA: Movies DCP was remastered from IP and scanned at 2K resolution. During the remastering process, dirt, scratches and stains were digitally removed and the audio was restored. The remaster was completed at Warner Bros. Studio Lotte Motion Picture Imaging.
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