Lots of great movies get restored to 4K, but that wasn’t enough for Francis Ford Coppola when it came to revamping “Apocalypse Now.” Why stop at a new hi-res scan and revised sound mix when you can re-cut the whole thing? The 1979 release was in fact a trimmed version Coppola thought would appeal more to the masses. In 2001, 49 weird minutes were put back in. But Coppola wasn’t truly satisfied and decided to re-edit once again, removing 20 minutes for the 2019 version. Then, a team spent over 2,700 hours cleaning and restoring the film’s 300,173 frames, producing a crisp sheen on the “Final Cut.” This special red carpet screening is followed by a Q-and-A with Coppola and Laurence Fishburne.