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Criterion Collection 6h
Afternoon plans taken care of.
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THE TALES OF HOFFMANN (1951) + 14 more stunning films by Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger are now streaming on !
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Volker Schlöndorff's BAAL (1970), starring Rainer Werner Fassbinder as an anarchist poet who feels himself cast out from bourgeois society and sets off on a schnapps-soaked rampage.
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Only 2 days left to take an extra 20% off every item in your cart! Head to our site and check out all in-stock Blu-rays & DVDs, posters, tote bags, books, & more! — FANNY AND ALEXANDER (1982)
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This week on : Orson Welles on-screen, period epic from Luchino Visconti, an evocative World War II drama from Christian Petzold, two revolutionary explorations of politics & sexuality in 1960s Sweden, and more!
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The Daily Dec 16
Jacques Tati’s PLAYTIME was released 50 years ago today. on “Tati’s masterly, leisurely presentation of technology’s failure to account for human randomness and spontaneity”
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Criterion Collection Dec 14
A glide through the history of women's figure skating from 100 YEARS OF OLYMPIC FILMS: 1912-2012. Buy it before 12/19 and get an extra 20% off every item in your cart!
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Criterion Collection Dec 15
Announcing our March 2018 titles!
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Criterion Collection Dec 16
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A morning mood:
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Criterion Collection Dec 16
ICYMI: We've announced our March 2018 titles!
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Criterion Collection Dec 16
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Celebrate with a film recommendation from Ullmann herself:
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Criterion Collection Dec 16
Happy birthday to the captivating Liv Ullmann!
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Criterion Collection Dec 15
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Plus, an alternate presentation of the film at 20 frames per second with original Danish intertitles, audio commentary from 1999 by film scholar Casper Tybjerg, an essay by Mark Le Fanu, a 1929 director’s statement Dreyer, and more!
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Criterion Collection Dec 15
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Our new edition includes three scores: Richard Einhorn’s Voices of Light; another by Goldfrapp’s Will Gregory & Portishead’s Adrian Utley; & the third composed & performed by pianist Mie Yanashita.
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Criterion Collection Dec 15
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Spiritual rapture and institutional hypocrisy come to stark, vivid life in one of the most transcendent masterpieces of the silent era, Carl Th. Dreyer's THE PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC (1928) — arriving this March on Blu-ray in a new high-definition restoration!
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Criterion Collection Dec 15
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Our edition includes: new audio commentary featuring jazz & film critic Gary Giddins, music & cultural critic Gene Seymour, and musician & bandleader Vince Giordano, Four new video essays by authors & archivists James Layton & David Pierce.
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Criterion Collection Dec 15
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Long available only in incomplete form, KING OF JAZZ (1930) arrives this March, newly restored to its original glory, offering a fascinating snapshot of the way mainstream American popular culture viewed itself at the dawn of the 1930s.
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Criterion Collection Dec 15
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Our new edition features interviews with Schlöndorff from from 1973 & 2015, a new conversation between actor Ethan Hawke & playwright Jonathan Marc Sherman about the play and adaptation, a new interview with Margarethe von Trotta, an essay by Dennis Lim, and more!
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Criterion Collection Dec 15
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Volker Schlöndorff transportsed Bertolt Brecht’s 1918 debut play to contemporary West Germany for this vicious experiment in adaptation, BAAL (1970), seldom seen for nearly half a century but now coming to Blu-ray & DVD this March!
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Criterion Collection Dec 15
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Our edition features audio commentaries featuring director Ken Russell & screenwriter and producer Larry Kramer, Russell’s 1989 biopic on his own life and career, a 1976 interview with Glenda Jackson, interviews from the set, an essay by Linda Ruth Williams, and more!
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