Sam Mendes’ 1917 Comes Home This March

Universal Pictures has announced the home entertainment release details for the stunning war film, 1917. Including when it’ll hit and the special features to expect. 

If you missed out on the Oscar winning film, 1917, or simply want to enjoy it again you’ll get your chance in the next few weeks. Universal has announced the digital copy of the film will be available on March 10th, with the physical 4K UHD/blu-ray hitting on March 24, 2020

In 1917 at the height of the First World War, two young British soldiers, Schofield (MacKay) and Blake (Chapman) are given a seemingly impossible mission. In a race against time, they must cross enemy territory and deliver a message that will stop a deadly attack on hundreds of soldiers—Blake’s own brother among them. 1917 comes to Digital, 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD with bonus content showcasing the incredible craft and artistry behind the immersive feature, including a detailed look into the production design, how the film engineered a one shot, 360-degree format and interviews with the cast and crew.


The Weight of the World: Sam Mendes – Academy Award® winner Sam Mendes discusses his personal connection to World War 1.

Allied Forces: Making 1917 – Learn how the one shot, 360-degree format was executed and the pivotal role Academy Award winner Roger Deakins served in bringing Sam Mendes’ vision to life.

The Music of 1917 – Composer Thomas Newman and filmmakers discuss the important role of the Academy Award-nominated score.

In The Trenches – Go behind the scenes with the cast of 1917.

Recreating History – Filmmakers offer a detailed look at the production design challenges of recreating the First World War.

Feature Commentary with Director/Co-Writer Sam Mendes.

Feature Commentary with Director of Photography Roger Deakins.

Will you be picking up 1917 on 4K next month?

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